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I lost the manual to my craig cvd505. I am trying to set my 505 as a dvd player to watch on a old tv. It does not have video plugins. It has the older cable plugins in the back. I know I need at least one adapter. I am not sure what? I also need to know how to plug it in to the cvd505 as well. Please help me ASAP.

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You need what's called an RF (radio frequency) modulator. it allows the standard video/audio RCA connections (yellow/red/white) to be plugged in then it routes the signals to a standard cable connection (coaxial). This cable connection carries both video and audio signal to channel 3 or 4 (selected on the modulator).I lost the manual to - _1408.jpg

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