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From kimchan The brand of my television is a Polaroid LCD. Model No. TLA-01511C. There is no home theatre connected. Thanks

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  • kimchan Apr 24, 2008

    Thanks. Everything is connected!!





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This is not the best solution but since your DirecTV receiver doesn't do UHF/VHF and the only other input is in the front you will have to have it that way

Connect your H21 to your TV however you wish but I would use HDMI if I were you.

Connect either V1 or V2 and the L and R from the H21 to the front inputs on the VCR/DVD. Due to the lack of outputs on the H21 and the lack of inputs on the VCD/DVD that is all that is available.

Now connect the VCR/DVD (Yellow/Red/White) output on the JVC to the video in and matching L and R audio ins on the TV, this will allow you to watch VHS tapes and DVD over the analog connection.

Lastly, you want to connect the component video out on the DVD to the Y, Pb, and Pr inputs as well as the L and R audio out on the DVD side to the matching L and R audio in on the TV to get a better picture when watching DVDs and to enable widescreen DVDs.

Know what I will take a few minutes and will draw up a diagram that will hopefully make more sense than this. I should have it for you by the end of the day.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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  • Dean Joly
    Dean Joly Apr 23, 2008

    Here you go:






    This is the best way to connect everything up. If you don't want to use HDMI for the DirectTV then you would have to sacrifice the component output from the DVD and go component from the DirecTV straight to the TV. In that case you would need to connect the coaxial digital audio out on the H21 to the coaxial in on the TV to get digital sound. Then I would use the S-Video out of the DVD to the TV, you would not need the second set of Audio L-R cables going from the DVD to the TV in that case. But you DVD picture quality would suffer greatly in this case. Connect everything up like I have on my diagram and you won't be disappointed.

  • Dean Joly
    Dean Joly Apr 23, 2008

    Don't forget to also rate my solution in the original problem thread. Thanks.

  • Dean Joly
    Dean Joly Apr 23, 2008

    Actually I modified my original design to enable digital audio from the DVD to the TV, this way you are not sacrificing audio quality when watching a DVD.



  • Dean Joly
    Dean Joly Apr 23, 2008

    This is how you would connect everything if you wanted to skip HDMI. This method would greatly reduce DVD picture and sound quality.



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