Question about Emerson Televison & Video
The front jacks on all VCR's are for video cameras etc. Generally VCR's have one or two scart sockets on the back for connection to TV's. If only one, or you haven't enough scarts on the back of your TV, I suggest you get a switching box like the one in the picture below (found on Amazon). It will solve any connection problems and recording issues.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1. VIDEO (IN) jack- Connect to the video
output jack of a video camera or VCR.
2. AUDIO (INPUT) L/R jacks- Connect to
the left/right channel audio output jacks of
a video camera or VCR.
Note: The AUDIO (INPUT)L jack is for
mono input. The sound is heard from both
speakers. Use this jack for monaural audio
equipment to be hooked up.
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