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HOW DO YOU CONNECT CABLE BOX


Connect a Cable Box to a Receiver:
1 Gather all your tools, parts and cables together before you start the connection process. Chances are you will need to connect several items at the same time, including your TV, audio system and TV cable receiver. Your cable box manual is likely to include a diagram of how to make the appropriate connections, so it's important that you read it before attempting any links.
2 Connect the output of the cable box to the input of the receiver. If you are connecting an audio system as well, make sure the audio output cables go directly into the receiver and, from there, to the cable box. Avoid direct connections; instead, go through the receiver for all secondary connections.
3 Select the correct jacks for sound and video. A newer model of receiver should offer several options, including analog TV out and DTV out. It should also offer an S-video and a service port. Depending on the type of cable box you use, one or more of the same jacks will be available there, too. When connecting both systems, make sure cables go between similar outputs.
4 Use an S-video connection cable to link your TV with your cable box. S-video connection cables allow you to preserve good quality in both image and audio. Most cable boxes come with S-video connection cables, but you can get them at any electronics store. Once you have them, simply connect both ends to the right output. It'll be easy to identify, because it's usually the only round one available.
5 Plug the TV, cable box and receiver into an electrical outlet to make sure everything is working properly. If you are getting static or interference, you may need to tighten the connections or change the cables.

Sep 03, 2011 | Sony KV-35V65 TV

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How to connect and record on a VCR when you have a Digital Cable Box.


Do you want to still be able to use that trusty ol' VCR to be able to record your TV shows but can't seem to do so now that you have gotten a Cable Box?
Well here are some simple tips on how to connect all the components and not compromise the quality of the incoming signal of the cable signal feed.

First here are the cables you will need.
3 sections of Coax cable (preferably RG-6 quality)

or

2 sections of Coax cable (preferably RG-6 quality)
1 RCA cable (Yellow/Red/White)

Now here is how you will need to hook up the cables properly.
1) Connect one Coax cable to the incoming cable signal feed. Usually a screw on connector on the wall or line coming up through the floor.
Now connect the other end of this cable to the "Cable in" or "Input" located on the Cable box.

2) Now, connect one end of another Coax Cable to the "TO TV" or "OUTPUT" on the back of the Cable Box. Now connect the other end of this cable to the "CABLE/ANT IN" or "INPUT" connection on the back of the VCR.

3) Now, connect the last coax line from the "TO TV" or "OUTPUT" on the back of the VCR. Now connect the other end of this cable to the "Cable IN" on the back of the TV.

***** ALTERNATIVE OPTION FOR THIS FINAL CONNECTION******

Using the RCA cable connect to the "VIDEO OUT" RCA connections on the back of the VCR and connect the other end of this cable to the "VIDEO IN" on the back of the TV.

Now this is how you will need to set your VCR and Cable box to make your recording.

1) Tune your VCR to Channel 3 or set your timer to record Channel 3. (The actual channel you are going to be recording is controlled by the Cable Box)

2) Tune your cable box to the channel you wish to record.
*** Note: Some cable boxes have an auto tune feature that will tune your cable box to a channel while you gone. Contact your cable provider to see if this is available on the model that you have***


on Jan 09, 2010 | Televison & Video

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I just wanted to know how to hook up my lg 3d blue ray player. i'm not home so i can look at anything. I need to know how many HDMI cords I may need to plug in my tv, digital cable box, the a/v...


You can do this two ways.

Way #1 connect your cable box to your a/v receiver with one hdmi cable. Connect your blu ray player to your a/v receiver with a second hdmi cable. Lastly, connect a third hdmi cable from the a/v receiver to the television. (3 hdmi cables needed this way)

Way #2 connect your cable box to your television with one hdmi cable. Connect your blu ray player to your television with a second hdmi cable. Connect your a/v receiver to your television with a RCA/composite a/v cable or with a fiber optic cable. Connect your cable box to your a/v receiver with a fiber optic cable or RCA/composite a/v cable. Lastly connect your blu ray player to your a/v receiver with a fiber optic or RCA/composite a/v cable. This method takes 2 hdmi cables and three sets of fiber optic and or RCA/composite a/v cables.

Can't get more specific than that without having the a/v receiver's model number, type of cable box, and television model number. Hope this helps.

Jul 22, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Can a sharp Aquos bd player be hooked up to a cable box using the HDMI cable


Can I ask why?
If it's only a BD player only, there is no reason for connecting it to your cable box - with HDMI or any other type of cable. It simply needs to be connected directly to your TV for playback.
If it's a Blu-ray (or DVD) recorder, it can only be connected to the cable box with HDMI if the cable box has a spare HDMI OUT port and the BD recorder has an HDMI IN port.
If you want to connect the BD player to the cable box for playback on your TV via the cable box, then the cable box would need an HDMI IN port, which it's unlikely to have.
Hope this helps. If you need further assistance, please provide model numbers of your equipment and explain why you need to connect the BD player to your cable box.
Regards, BElectric

Jul 03, 2011 | Televison & Video

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How do I hook up a VCR? There is only a portal for the cabel on the back. mpartridge


You will need to have a VCR with a cable connection on it. You will need to remove the cable connection(if connected) on the TV and connect it to the "cable in" connection on the VCR. Then the coaxiel cable will connect from the "cable out" connection to the cable connection on the television. You will then need to turn the channel on the TV either to channel 3 or 4. Then turn on the VCR and you should be able to watch a tape on the VCR. If your VCR does not have a cable connection on it then you will need to buy an adapter that turns the cable connector into RCA style jacks.

Jan 12, 2010 | Orion1934 19" TV

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Connect from wall cable to tv.


you are trying to use a monitor as a tv, you will need a tuner to get a pic, use a cable box or digital to analog tuner to get something

Nov 17, 2009 | Polaroid FLM-3701 Television

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Need to connect my adsl router (MT882)with D'link DES-1008V switch. I have used cross cable as well as straight cable to connect them. PROBLEM: "physical Connectivity is down".


Cross cable won't work on Router you need a patch cord. Buy a patch cord of CAT-5 category and you you will able to connect Adsl Router.

Apr 26, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Connect kyocera fs680 to laptop


it depends on what laptop you have. the fs680 only has a parallel connection so your laptop needs to have a parallel port or you need a usb to parallel converter.

Jan 13, 2009 | Kyocera Mita FS 680 Laser Printer

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I need to know how to run my ps3 thru the optical wire to my hdtv


Before you start ensure that you read the TV instruction manual to know which resolution supports it. Do not switch on the TV and your console

You can connect your Playstation 3 to your TV in three different methods:

  1. Connecting with an AV cable
  2. Connecting with an HDMI cable
  3. Connecting with an Optical Cable


Connecting with an AV Cable:


  1. You are supplied with a Composite AV cable which would typically look like the below image
  2. Connect the AV Multi Out Connector to the socket on the back of your PS3 Console.
  3. Match the colors of the Jacks with the connectors on the TV which says "Video in".




Connecting with an HDMI Cable:

HDMI cable is not supplied with the PS3. You need to purchase it seperately. This cable would enhance the audio-video quality of your TV.

  1. Just connect one end of the connector to the HDMI OUT connector socket on the back of the console
  2. Connect the other end to the socket on the back of your TV which says HDMI IN.



Connecting with an Optical cable:

You need to purchase an Optical cable if you wish to connect your PS3 console through a digital audio device (Home theater, AV receiver etc.,). You need to connect Video ouput seperately with a help of Video output cable (HDMI, AV Cable etc.,)

  1. Connect one end of the optical cable to "Audio Out" socket on the console
  2. Connect the other end to the audio receiver.


Note: You can also connect your console to the Internet to use the Playstation 3 internet capabilities. Here's how you do it:

The Playstation 3 only supports 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX and 1000BASE-T type networks. It needs a High speed internet connection. Do not connect it to a standard telephone connection or cables that are not supported. It might cause a malfunction or damage to the system.


Dec 11, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Sony Bravia Dav-HDX279W and comcast HDTV Cable box connection.


Like above, use an optical connection (need fiber optic cable) or a coaxial connection (single RCA cable). HDMI might also work, but I personally haven't checked. Connect the audio outs from the cable box to the audio ins on the home theater. The TV will only need a video connection from the cable box, as well as one from the home theater (for DVDs, onscreen menus).

This discussion can help you set up the universal remote.

Nov 18, 2008 | Sony BRAVIA DAV-HDX267W Theater System...

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