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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: plasma tv connections
Ok First off your Plasma has 3 inputs , 1 ,2,3
Here is what i would have done and what you can do.
First of your recivers has RCA output, thats 1 yellow cable and 1 red and 1 white,
The red and white are audoi and the yellow is video
1.) Connect your dvd player to input 1 in your Plasma.
just follow the color codes, yellow to yellow, white to whit, red to red,
2.) connect the other Reciver to input 2
using the same method
3.) connect the dvd to input 3
using the same method..
So now if you want to view reciver1 you set the tv to input1, reciver 2, input2 , dvd , input 3
In the event that your tv does not have 3 seperate inputs
you can go to your locol electctronics stor and purchase an RCA switch box
this is a device that has 3 seperate RCA inputs, a switch to slect which one you want to use and an output to connect to the tv, Simply connect all your devices to the RCA switch, and then connect the rca switch to your tv..
There are other methods of doing the same thing, but i chose this one as its the most simple solution
let me know if you are having any problems
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
SOURCE: Cnannel scan detects no channels
Make sure the cable connection from the dish to the tv is
connected to the antenna/cable input and not the digital
input. Turn on the satellite receiver then auto program the
set with the receiver still on. If this fails to lock in channel
3 your suspicion regarding a faulty tuner could be correct.
A good way to check the tuner operation would be to hook
up another product such as a VCR with the rear switch set
for channel 3 and see if you can receive a picture from this
device. If it works the tuner is OK.
You can bypass the tuner by connecting an S-Video cable
and (or) a set of A/V (yellow,red & white) cables from the
output of the satellite receiver to the video 1 input on the tv.
You'll then have to switch the tv source mode to video 1.
Hope this of some help,
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
I would suggest calling your satellite company and seeing if they are able to give you any suggestions. Also you might consider contacting someone like the Geek Squad® and having them come out and do a video installation. That might prove costly though. I would think that your retailer should be able to provide some insight.
What type of connection are you using presently to hook it up?
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Posted on Jun 11, 2008
Have a Vip-722 Dish HD receiver with a Sony receiver w/0 HDMI input and use the optical for audio for the 5.1. Using the HDMI and digital optical at the same time works fine for me.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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