Question about Televison & Video
This is probably really simple. However, I'm terrible at figuring out connections. Anyway, my dvd player will only work when connected directly to the tv. Why won't it work when I plug the dvd player into the satellite receiver, which is of course connected to the tv?
Also, how can I get my cordless headphones to work with the dvd player as well as with the tv as they are now connected to the satellite receiver box and work fine?
Hey Pat. Red Yellow White Plugs into back of MVD4544. Red Yellow and white plugs into back of TV. If you have an older TV that has only coax cable outlet, go to Radio Shack or Best Buy and get an RF Modulator. You may need to get another set of Red Yellow White Plugs if you have a cable box. The front connections are Video 2, if placed on the back they are Video 1. When you first turn the DVD/VCR player on, be sure to select the appropriate setting. If you figure out how to timer record on this please let me know. No where in the 52 page book is there any info and their website is a joke. Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
If it's just an DVD Player, the easist way is just run a skart lead from the player out socket to the spare skart (ext2) on the TV. Then choose ext2 on your TV remote.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
make sure you have a connection from one of your scart sockets (assuming you are using scart) on your sat to your pvr and then a connection (scart/hdmi?) to your tv from the pvr.
if you have a second scart or better still hdmi on your sat then plug that into tv
set top box scart output to tv
you do not say which tv model number you have so I dont know what input sockets you have but I will assume a couple of scart inputs and maybe a hdmi in (if hd version of tv) these days that would be considered a minimum amout of inputs so the setup suggestion above should be fine with that
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
The jacks from the player go to the same colored jacks on tv. Then after jacks are connected, tv must be on channel AV or Input. that is the channel used by the jacks.
JUST MATCH UP THE COLORS.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Have you changed the input of your TV unit to AV1, AV2 or component...or what ever?
If so and yet the problem prevails, then try to Plug the AV cable to the input of your Cable Box, if it has so.
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Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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