I have a Philips Magnavox PR1906C 19" TV at home and it just works great in terms of watching regular channels. However, when it comes to playing videos or games, I just can't understand why Philips doesn't include video/audio inputs with this TV. Now I'm stuck and don't know how to play video on it. Could you please tell me how or what I need to buy?
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Re: How to play video on Philips Magnavox PR1906C 19
You can get a device that is an A/V to RF converter. They an cost about $25 and up to a lot of money depending on the quality you want. Many of the audio video stores sell these converters.
With the converter, you connect the A/V from your source in to it, and then connect the converter to the antenna connection of the set. Put the TV on to the channel that the converter instructions ask.
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