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Is my Akia tv that I bought in 2006 cable ready and if so, The cable from the VCR, I do not see where it plugs into the TV

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  • r_varvell Oct 04, 2010

    So in reality is this tv cable ready. What will I do if I don't use a VCR?????

  • r_varvell Oct 04, 2010

    So is this tv cable ready and can I hook to cable without the use of a vcr?????

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Hello!check whether your VCR has an audio/video output. you can connect that audio video output to the audio video input of your TV the colors of the terminals are red,white for sound and yellow for the video use an RCA cord to inter connect them.second is through the antenna of your TV your VCR has an RF output use a co axial cable and connect it to the antenna input of your tv and tune in to channel 3.Your TV is a cable ready which means this TV can recieve channels from a cable channel provider. On the menu you just have to select the antenna input to cable channel or air channel.....good luck let me hear if you need further assistance ....please rate my help by clicking the thumbs up button..

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  • Danilo Baraquiel
    Danilo Baraquiel Oct 04, 2010

    I see you are connecting your vcr to your tv because you use the vcr as tuner for cable am i right?just plug in the cable connection form the antenna input and select the auto program form the menu and run the auto program.

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    Danilo Baraquiel Oct 04, 2010

    my apology sir i want to correct my solution iv'e posted to your problem l am wrong your TV is not cable ready that is an hdtv so if you want to use it to recieve a cable signal you need to use your VCR or you can use a cable converter that is available from the cable provider....thank you sir ....

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