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Video channel how do i set up the video channel I have a JVC dvd/vcr player,no coaxial cable. How can I find my video channel on my Proscan Tv to put on when I play back DVD/tapes

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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.

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If your DVD player supports a HDMI cable a single cable is enough for both audio and video channel.

but both your player and TV must support HDMI.

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