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Hook ups how do I hook it up to the tv and a video recorder??

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Hook the Dvd player to the video recorder then hook the video recorder to the tv

Page 10 of the owners manual gives instructions to hook to your tv and that the same process to hook to a video recorder, just hook to the av inputs on the video recorder then hook the outputs from the video recorder to the tv.

Here;s a copy of your owners manual in pdf in case you need it

http://rapidshare.com/files/139274727/MVD2042OM.pdf

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Use a video splitter for the audio and video, or go out of the DVD player in to the DVR, out of the DVR into the TV (WARNING!!!! Trying to hook a DVD player to any recording device may trigger the copyright protection, causing blue flashes, and distorted pictures)

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SOURCE: JVC DCD Recorder hookup to digital TV

Yep, this recorder is NTSC analog. Sad, too - it was only manufactured in 2006 - they knew about the digital transition then. There is a possible workaround, but it depends on your TV - if your TV has a red, white AND (most importantly) yellow OUT/OUTPUT, then you can hook it to the AV IN on the back of the JVC and record from TV that way. Note: most TV's (even new ones) do not have the yellow video/monitor OUT, even if they have red and white audio OUT's.

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