Question about Televison & Video
Hi-I used to be a DirecTV installer. Depending on the type of reciever you have, there are yellow/red/white or red/green/blue outputs on the back. You will need to run the dvd/vcr through these and then change the tv to video 1/ video2, or AVI, CV1, CV2, Front (or whatever acronymn your tv has) when you want to switch between the componet and the reciever.... you should only need to change the tv channel to be able to use the dvd player. I've found that vcr's usually need to be on channel 3 and if DirecTV is using ch 3, you may have to slide the button on the back of the reciever to ch 4 instead.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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