Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The easiest way is to do it fully analogue so you will need 2 cables with RCA connectors:
The first one with yellow (for the Composite video) red (for the Right audio channel) and white (for the Left one). Plug this in the corresponding output connectors from the back of the player (they are close together). The other end of the cable plug it in the corresponding VCR entry labeled IN/PLAY (vertical arrangement, video connector on top).
The second cable is identical with the first one. From it you will use only the yellow connector - plug it in the TV connector on the receiver and the Composite connector on the tv.
Now all you have to do is to select the VCR source on the receiver and the Composite on the tv.
This setup will give you the image on the tv and the sound on the speakers from the receiver.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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