Question about Samsung SV5000W VHS VCR
Posted by Anonymous on
Does the SV5000 have a coaxial (Channel 3 or 4) output? Connect that output to the antenna input to the old TV. If your TV is so old that it has only a 300 ohm antenna input (2 screws), just use one those old adapters that has 2 scew lugs on one end and a coaxial receptacle on the other, connect a coaxial connector between that and the VCR's coaxial output.
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