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Connections My VHS player only has a Scart output which is not compatible with the EasyCAP plugs. Do I need a Scart convertor with all 4 leads, or just the 3 x RCA leads, or just the S Video lead?

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You can buy a scart to phono plug (in/out) at surf4pay. price around £2.50

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    SURF4PAY have a scart to phono adaptor, around £2.50.

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Hi, I have a Funai vhs dvd combo recorder model drv-b2737 and would like to know how I can set this up with my flat screen tv and what cables would I need to accomplish this. Thank you


This has no HDMI socket so you have a choice of either SCART or SVHS depending on what your TV has. If the TV users HDMI you might want to consider a SCART to HDMI adapter lead.
http://www.ebuyer.com/133106-startech-com-6-ft-hdmi-to-dvi-d-cable-m-m-hdmidvimm6?mkwid=sWA3N2WiH_dc&pcrid=51630194939&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=Cj0KEQiAyuPCBRCimuayhb3qqvwBEiQAgz62kTtKa_YG_1esIQiPgik-Xm5AFxuGZI25r11jA5KJOFwaAjJj8P8HAQ

Plug the SCART to TV in the bottom SCART not the top one!
If you just want a SCART to SCART make certain you get the highest quality ones you can find.
There is an OPTICAL output for the high quality sound. You can connect this via an OPTICAL lead to either a Surround Sound unit if you have one or direct to the TV. Again if it has an OPITICAL lead.
If using make certain the output it is switched on at both ends. You will see a red light if the TV is outputting it, with it unconnected to the VCR.

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I am trying to copy VHS to DVD [using quality DVD-RW] but keep getting screen message of NO SIGNAL - Please check connections.


Hi try this set up to check if you're scart set up isn't the problem connect 3 rca lead to the output of the vcr into the input of video recorder then plug 3 more leads from output of video recorder into the TV set you're TV to AV INPUT AND set YOURE VIDEO RECORDER TO THE CORRECT INPUT MODE ...good luck

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I would like to find a dvd player compatible with xenta cy-1000 sorround sound


A standard DVD player will be able to give a surround-sound output. I do not think you will find a DVD player with a 6 lead connection.
Most DVD players I think have a Scart plug connector (rectangular plug with about 2x10 pins in two rows). You can get connector kits with a scart plug for the dvd and 6 phono plugs for the TV
If you search on Ebay for 'DVD to phono plug connector' costs about 3 GBP! Check the length of cable you need first.

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The picture is blue when I play a dvd. I recently connected it to a new Vizio TV. The other tv it was connected to gave us a good picture.


Check your connections for faults, also some connections on TV's are for RGB inputs, so you might have to try another connector or if you can switch the DVD's output to RGB etc.

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I would like to know how to connect a dvd player through my samsung vcr the inputs in the back i am not familiar with there are two sets of yellow white and red connections with one side for output and...


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The yellow connecter is video, red is right audio and white is left audio.
You can purchase converter leads (scart to phono(the red/white/yellow connecters) or many other combinations) if needed.
If you have scart connections ( a block of 21 pins) then use that if possible as it will give a better picture.
Connect the dvd out to vcr in and vcr out to the tv in.
NOTE. if you connect this way you will find that the copyright protection will make viewing dvds quite poor quality and may even be black and white or even the picture may "roll"
You may want to buy a scart block to connect more scarts to the tv then it has, also you can get these with different connections.

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Reply to welcomejee


Thanks for update. 
Can you please post image of that small box as its some thing new to me which takes standard RCA composite video and gives  out direct to USB port? Does this box digitize the audio-video signal for USB?

The EasyCAP takes red, white, yellow RCA (also offers 'S' video connector but as my material is standard VHS, I have ignored this) through a small box to USB which connects directly to a USB port on the laptop."

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Need help with DVD hookup


What connectors do you have on the back of you television? If it has the 3 red white and yellow ones then you can get an scart adapter and leads to connect it.

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EasyCap Video Capture


Hi
I had the same problem. No picture and no sound.
Here is what I did to solve it.

1. I Un-installed the software and restarted the computer.
2. Placed the installation CD (that came with the product) back in the CD drive.
3. Click on "Install Driver" (this only installs the USB 2 drivers so that the computer can see the device)

Make sure you do not attach the Easycap Device before you have installed the USB Driver (as above).

4. Once USB Driver has been installed then plug in the Easycap USB Device, windows should then detect the new device, to make sure:-
5. Right Click "My Computer" "Properties" "Hardware" "Device Manager" check "Imaging Device" (which is where my STK1150 Driver was installed) and make sure it has no yellow exclamation mark next to it.

6. Go back to CD and "install the Uplead Software", you then have to Restart the computer.

Once all installed you can then connect your external device VHS Player/Camcorder etc to the Easycap device, using the Red/Yellow/White leads.

I like many before me, tried and I tried to get the image to play on the software "Capture" screen but all to no avail, I was pulling my hair out, I wasted two days on it, I finally decided that this product was a total load of rubbish and I had wasted my money and it had to go.

Then a major break through, some smarty pants made the comment about INPUTS & OUTPUTS, my prayers along with many others could have been answered ??....

I had actually plugged the Red/Yellow/White leads into the INPUT terminals of the external VHS Player, when they should be plugged into the OUTPUT terminals of the external VHS Player/Camcorder.

On a Camcorder the RED/Yellow/White terminals are usually Output terminals but on a VHS Player they are usually always Input only !!....

I tried running my Camcorder through the software and Hey Presto that worked a treat.

So in order to get my VHS to play through the software I ended up having to buy a Scart OUT (very important "OUT") Red/Yellow/White adapter (see link for product image)

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Search.aspx?criteria=scart%20out&source=15&SD=Y

Once all connected I pressed play on the VHS Player and I have to say that nearly fell off my chair "IT WORKED - IT WORKED - IT WORKED"


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