Question about RCA Televison & Video
If you would have had an AV receiver it would have been a lot easier. But since it's a stereo and without video capabilities follow this:
You will need 4 cables: 2 audio and 2 video (ideally these 2 should be either for RCA composite connectors or HDMI, if the dis receiver has it).
Now look at the back of the tv at the AV inputs and identify the correct connector - plug the video cables in the AV 1 and 2, the video connector of them of course. Next look at the stereo receiver, at the rear you will see a few sets of inputs/Line In RCA connectors - plug in first 2 the audio cables.
Finally start connecting the devices: pick the satellite receiver and plug in it at the rear the video and audio cable from the 1 position ; do the same with the rest of the cables and the dvd player. That's all.
To use them start all of them then select the corresponding sources: for the satellite select AV1 on the tv to get the image and Line In 1 to get the sound; for the dvd select 2 on both.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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