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Cable connection Hi, So i know that this tv is old but does that mean it needs a specific type of cable to connect, well, to cable? I am using an ordinary cable connection that works fine on my other toshiba model, but when i try to twist it on to the back of this tv it wont screw in all the way.

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  • yabuk Aug 26, 2008

    oh not sure if this way made clear by the site, but my tv is the Toshiba MD9DM3 9 inch. thanks!


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Just go to the dollar store buy new cable connector adapter it fits on end of cable so you can plug in & out / without breaking IF connector on tuner.

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A channel scan is a vital part of utilizing your cable TV service. When a coaxial cable is connected to a TV, sometimes it will not display any channels until you configure the TV for your specific cable connection and scan for available channels. A channel scan can be applied to basically any type of TV or TV/VCR combo, even if you are missing its remote control.

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    • 1 Bring up the TV's menu. Look for a button on the front panel of your TV/VCR labeled "menu" or "setup." Press it and you should see a menu appear on the screen. Part of the menu should inform you what buttons you can use to navigate through the menu. If not, try using the volume buttons or channel buttons on the front of the TV and see if pressing those allows you to navigate through the menu.
    • 2 Specify channel scan settings. Once you are able to navigate through the TV's menu, look for the "channel scan" "auto-program," or "auto-tune" option. This may be inside one of the TV's sub-menus such as "setup," "channel setup," or the like. The key of this step is to specify your cable settings before running your channel scan. The "tuner mode" option needs to be set to "cable" rather than "air" or "antenna." You may have to specify what cable type to use, this will be set to "std" or "standard" for the vast majority of cable providers. If you are not certain what cable type you use at home, contact the technical support department of your cable provider.
    • 3 Run a channel scan. Once the scan settings have been set properly, run the scan (usually done by pressing a "start," "scan" or "begin" button.) When the scan is complete, check to see if you are getting all of your channels. Contact your cable provider if you are not sure how many channels you are supposed to be getting.


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it should look like

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Not sure on the cable depends on tv connection for hdmi and hdmi connector on P.C take a photo of each and take with you to store to avoid mistakes
this could be most likely cable
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Lost signal from dvr to vizio tv and need to know what type of cord is used for this connection


That would have to be either a HDMI cable similar to usb but not totally rectangle or the old 3 lead RCA to RCA cables which are red and white for audio and yellow for video.

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I have a Panasonic Model TC-p42X1 TV hooked up to a Panasonic SC-PT480 Home Theater system by an HDMI cable from HDMI 1 on TV to HDMI on Theater unit. System setup test okay for speaker sound connections...


It's possible that you have the wrong type of HDMI cable. You need one that has Audio Return if you want to feed your Home Theater system with audio from the TV. There are several types of HDMI cable,some with audio return and some without. The two basic types (not including Ethernet) are described below - you need the High Speed version, which does have Audio Return.

hdmi-standard.jpgHDMI Standard This is the most basic HDMI standard which all cables have to meet. Cable should contain all the connections required for HD transmission, and have to deliver at least a resolution of 720p, (Video mode of 1280 x 720 meaning 720 Horizontal lines). These cables do not contain an Ethernet connection, or audio return.

hdmi-high-speed.jpgHDMI High Speed HDMI High Speed cables will support higher resolutions of 1080p. This means at least 1080 Horizontal lines, and cables rated at this specification may well support high resolutions of up to 4096 x 2160 (2160 Horizontal lines), check individual cables specifications for this data. Cables in this specification will also support a data transfer speed of 10.2Gbs (not to be confused with ethernet data speeds which are different), and a clock speed of 320Mhz. These cables do not contain an Ethernet connection, but do include an Audio Return Channel.

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I have a sony EX4|40 with built in Freeview. However, the port on the tv is a UHF (?) port (Im not technically minded, my port names may be wrong so I hope you know what I mean), The cable which runs from...


xtreamz_69,

It sounds like you connected the coax cable to your TV. What channel is the TV set on when you have the Freeview connected? Because you are using a coax cable, the TV should be set to either channel 3 or 4 (normally channel 3). Check to make sure your TV is on one of those channels. Also verify your receiver is on. Your TV has the several other type ports (HDMI, component, composite) as alternatives to pick up your picture. If you have any other questions, please post to this site.

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My dvd player only plays movies in black and white. When I watch tv, it's in color so I know its not the tv.


Hi,

I suspect you may have connected a COMPOSITE cable (red/white/yellow RCA type) to the COMPONENT video input sockets on the back of the TV.

COMPONENT requires 3 RCA type video cables - the plugs and sockets are usually colour-coded red, green, and blue. COMPOSITE only uses one RCA type video cable - the plugs and sockets are usually colour-coded yellow.
If you connect the yellow video cable to one of the three component inputs you will get a black and white picture although you will still have audio if the red and white cables are correctly connected.

If you are using a COMPOSITE cable (red/white/yellow RCA type), please check your connections. Make sure you have not connected to any sockets - either on the TV or the back of the DVD player - under the heading of "COMPONENT" - or individually marked "Pr", "Cr", "Pb", "Cb" or "Y".


If you have verified that you are using the correct sockets on the TV and it still doesn't work or if you are using any other type of cable, please let me know which cable you are using and the model number of the TV and the DVD player. I will then be able to assist you further.

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I am trying to connect an Insignia flat panel TV to my existing Dish satellite system. Dish satellite system is not HDMI. We have: cable from the wall (satellite) connected directly to the new TV (exactly...


Hi,

I really need to know the model number of your Insignia TV and which connections you are using between the Dish box and the TV to give you the correct answer. If you are connecting both cable and satellite, I believe it should be set-up as follows:

1. Connect cable feed to TV
2. Run auto channel scan on "cable" setting
3. Connect Dish box to TV and then try changing the "input" selection.

With the Dish box switched on to a channel number you know, try pressing the "INPUT" or "SOURCE" button on your Insignia TV remote repeatedly until you find the satellite feed. Once you have done so, you should be able to change satellite channels using the Dish remote.

If you need further assistance, please post back with the model number of your TV and details of the connections you are using on the back of the TV.

Regards,
BElectric

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I want to connect my Pioneer XV-HTD520 receiver to Dish Net to provide music throughout my residence. I was connected to Direct TV until 1 week ago, everything worked fine but I was connected directly to...


I think we're both confused.

We need specific details when talking about AV gear because of the common interchangeable terminologies (but NOT fuctions) and cable types used by the audio and video sides.

Let's be specific about types of cables:

Coaxial Cable (for TV) = 300-ohm like an antenna conenction
Coaxial Digital Audio = RCA-style cable

Just because something fits doesn't mean it carries a compatible signal.

The closest thing I could find to describe the unique inclusion of a TV-style coax on the back is this:

http://forum.ecoustics.com/bbs/messages/3/84929.html

Is the HTD-540 capable of tuning TV stations (wall coax)? I doubt it.

The wall coax is for multiple TV channels, right? It's not the same as running a video coax from, say, a VCR on Channel 3, or is it?

Please clarify, if possible.

This statement, too, is puzzling, "but there is a TV >>> wo/output<<< jacks in the same cabinet ".

Common abbreviations I am familiar with would be w/output (WITH output) or w/o output (WITHOUT output). Which is this?

In either case, what is the relevance of output jacks on a TV? Unless you mean AUDIO output. Even so, why wash audio through a TV then send it via probably analog-stereo-only RCA cables to an audio-specializing device like the Pioneer?

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Hi Need help connecting a dvd player to LG 42 inch tv


Got to be more specific than that! what cables are you using etc. Not Miss Cleo here.

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No DVD Picture


When you say "Traditional Cables", are you referring to the red, white, and yellow cables?

Once you connected those from Cd/DVD to the receiver, did you then connect another yellow cable from the "monitor out" on the receiver, to an input on your television?

This is generally the step that people forget about.

The back of your receiver should have a "monitor" or "tv" output on it. You need to connect another yellow cable from *it* to an input on your TV, then turn your TV to that specific input.

That should do the trick.

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