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Re: getting sound to come through DVD receiver
Is it a dvd/surround sound if so does your tv have audio out or just in if it dont have audio out rcas then you can buy a coax to rca converter like for dvd players but instead of running you dvd player through it to the tv run the coax cable from the tv to the converter where it says ant in then run the from the audio out of the converter to the surround sound they usually run from about 15 - 25 dollars and you can get the at wal-mart k-mart and radioshack and any other big electronic store around your area just make sure it has audio and video out to.... not just audio in
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If you dont have rca jacks on tv then you will need to get a converter bob with rca jacks in and anti out to tv or youcould try using your vcr with the rca jacks on it and put rca cable from dvd out to rca vido in and audio in then hook up your anti cable out to anti in on tv.should work cam corders do.
Hi. No they won't work. Different systems here (found out the hard way). Ironically we are now moving back to Australia from New Jersey and we have nearly the exact same system that we have to sell before coming back !
It sounds like you need to purchase a converter box from a place like Radio Shack. This box converts the signal so that your televison understands. I think this box is around $20.00. Just call Radio Shack our a place like walmart and tell them what is going on and they will fix you up. Then you can use channels 3 or 4. I hope this helps!
You can hook it up through the antennae system. Keep your dvr connected to the tv the way you had it. Hook up your TV rabbit ears antennae to the converter box in the connection on the left side of the box. Then hook up the antennae lead from the converter box to your TV on the right side connector. The only thing I'm wondering is, do you get stereo sound this way and does anyone know how to get it without hooking up the separate audio and video plugs? There aren't enough connections on the tv to hook up both sets.
i guess there a built in dvd player on the set and it could play most DVD format. but if you wish to use another dvd player hook up the dvd on the tv video output (DVD) to video input (TV) audio output to audio input the find the auxiliary button from either the tv or dvd
We hooked it up with another DVD player,
We used another TV, worked good.
We changed all the cable cords, and made no difference.
It comes right down to that TV.
yes from aboe it is 100% sure that trouble is in tv.
every channel is blury and has a trail.
it is due to focus of your tv is not ok
1 adjust focus control
2 focur wire going to crt base might be loose due to some foreign material deposited on crt base.
3 defective crt base.
4 if tv is old there might be possibility of crt getting weak.
hope this will help.
just be basic....dvd is ouput goto tv input...watch the color yellow to yellow ,red to red etc, got tv ,look for audio output to anything input to home theatter etc.if u hook in to aux set home theater to aux etc,
input to output and output to input ok? hope i help u..