Hello, I was given a sharp model 25h-m60 tv. I wanted to hook up my dvd player to it, but I noticed there were no audio/video connections. Does this tv have them? is there a way to hook up my dvd player?
Some tv's dont come with rca jacks, what u can do is run your rca's through a vcr and then the vcr to the televison u can do it that way, or take and buy this thing they carry at radio shack, it is a devise that you can hook your dvd player to a junction box that hooks into the same place as a vcr would in the back of your tv, hope this helps jason
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That is what the service provider would do if you took the television in to be repaired. The service provider would attempt to solder the rf connector back to the television or solder a new rf connector to the television.
If your TV does not have AV inputs (RCA jacks for video and audio), you can't plug the DVD player directly in to the set. One solution is to connect the DVD player to a video cassette recorder (VCR) using the "line in" jacks on the VCR, then using the channel 3 or 4 output from the VCR to the TV. This solution may not work with discs that have copy protection, though, and will give you an unwatchable picture.
For sets with no AV input, you need an RF converter. This is a device that takes the video and audio signals from a DVD player or other device and makes a channel 3 or 4 TV signal to the TV's antenna connector. Converters are available at most retailers where you can buy televisions, as well as online.
depends i have replaced these alot the part is cheap but you have to be careful when repairing this problem you can really mess the tuner up then it cost more starts any where from 40.00 to 80.00 dollars the parts cost pennys okay it's all labor have a good day tv man
Use a VCR as a A/B switch. Run Cable signal into VCR. Run coax cable out of VCR into television. Connect DVD to VCR (line in) using RCA cables. To use DVD, set VCR channel to L1 or L2 or AUX, depending on VCR type. Set VCR to channel 3 or 4 to watch television. VCR must be powered up to watch DVD.
You will have to use an audio/video cable for connecting the player to the tv. This cable consists of three wires, generally a white, a red and yellow. Yellow is for video and the other two are for audio. You will find corresponding colored sockets both behind the tv and the player, find out which is the input at the tv and output at the player. Good luck