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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: video channel
you can connect this using a set or RWY AV leads connecting your VCR/DVD to one of the TV's AV inputs. This wont require any tuning and most TVs developed in the last 10 years have AV inputs. Then you would just need to put the TV onto the AV channel you have chosen and play the video. Presto you should have a picture.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
There are several ways in which you can do this.
The first way. If your cable box has two scarts one will be label as tv and the other vcr or something similar. connect your Dvd player via scart to the vcr scart on the back of your cable box. then connect a scart from the cable box to the back of the TV.
That would be you all sorted. when you turn your DVD player on this should override your cable and display the dvd screen.
Second way. If your cable box has not got two scart ports on the back of it. Then you would have to connect both to the back of your TV. If there are not two scart ports at the back of your TV then you can purchase a scart lead splitter. I would imagine the Cheapest you could find would be on Ebay or something similar.
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Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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I think your connection is wrong that's why the content of your DVD is not display on your TV. Cross check your connection by reading further....
The RCA cord has three wires. I'm sure you are aware of this.... The wires are yellow, white and red.
The yellow cord is responsible for display, while the red and white is responsible for sound.
Look at the back of the TV, connect the yellow to "video in", then the white and red to 'audio in'.
Connect the other end of the RCA cable to 'video out' and 'audio out' respectively at the back of your DVD player.
Now, press source/AV on the TV and there should be a display of the DVD on your TV.
Now you are through.
Let me know if this doesn't work for you so that I can look further into the issue.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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