Question about Televison & Video
I have a DVD Recorder/VCR Recorder combo, but it does not have coaxial connection TV tuner. Is there any way or anything I can buy to hook this up to cable TV to record from television
If it has a scart, you can get a scart lead to connect it to your TV. You would need to set the VCR to the Scart socket, IE: AV1 etc.. to record. You wouldn't be able to change channel on the TV, to watch another channel while recording though. If you had a set-top box, you could connect that up to the scart of the video then record, while you watched another channel on your TV.
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