I have connected my camera up to various av inputs (home theater centre, AV input on a PCI TV card) and I always get the same snow effect when tuning the unit so both sources react exactly the same. When tuning the unit I can see the image change so I suspect that the reciever is ok and am wondering if it may be a lack of signal from the camera or if it is the signal range that may be different.
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DEar sir, the small wireles camera has power output of 640 milliwatt & is so less for digital cards & DVR .. digital input can accept either 0 or 1 , & these wireless cameras are not having stable video , unless u use a strong trsnmitter , try the proces using a corded camera ..u will not see any snow effect . Out put direct to TV will be Ok for these wireless cams .
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Hi. By static, do you mean 'snow' image ? DVD players must be connected to AV inputs and selected as an AV signal, either by using the remote control, either using the local controls in the set itself. If you see, what you call static, means that your TV is on "a" channel without areal input. (antenna inputsignal).
You can use the local TV channel button (-), go all the way down below channel 1. There the AV inputs are located. Good luck.
In order to connect an AV receiver to a TV using component cables (Red & White) you will need to connect the component cables to an available AUDIO "OUTPUT" on the TV (red to red and white to white). Then the other end of this same cable will be connected to an available AUDIO "INPUT" on the AV receiver. The TV (via the menu or setup button) may have to be set to where the audio signal is output to a home theater and not to the TV speakers. Once connected, the AV receiver should then be set to the Audio input used in order to listen to what the TV is showing on screen.
if the coburn has a scart interface u willl need a scart cable that terminates to rca the simple av vcr cable jack then ;ug the scart end to the theater and the rca to the tv front jack inputs n u ae ok alternatively get a hdmi cable that terminates to rca and connect the hdmi end to the theater and the rca to the dvi/ dvd/compoment input remember sony use icons not words for there accessories for audio input the icon is an in-arrow to a square box and output an out-arrow from a square box select tv. dvd or component av before u start
Look at your remote for a button called "input options" and press that button while watching your screen to see the various choices available. Everytime you press that button, you should see a change on the screen from one choice of input method to the other. It should says things like "AUX, video 1, video 2, hdmi, AV - ect. Keep pressing that button until you see a picture of find the AV input method you want to keep and that should solve your problem.
Run a three color AV cord (red, white, yellow) from the output of your surround sound receiver to the "DVD" input on your TV. The yellow is for video and the red and white are for audio so make sure you plug the tips into the same color ports. Now look at where you put the 3 color cord (AV cord) into the TV, which "input" did you use? Video 1 or Video 2 more than likely. Now turn your TV on and in the menu settings select the same video input you hooked the AV cords into on the back of your TV. This will get your theater set up. The remote is slow to process after you push buttons so give the remote a few seconds to respond.
Let us take things step by step. 1) If you have an AV cable ( Yellow /Red/White ) try connecting the DVD players composite out (Y/R/W) to the TV's composite in. Select AV input instead of HDMI on the TV and see if you are getting an image. This is to confirm that the DVD video circuit is OK. 2) If all is OK in step one you can try buying a good HDMI v1.3 cable. You do not need a v1.4 cable which is only good for 3D bluray players. Revert back for more.
You need to get some AV cables and some sort of MPG4 Video/TV capture card USB, or PCI, whatever, also software to display captured images,now you connect up the camera to the input on the capture card, press play on VCR and Record on PC, and stream the video to the PC and save it wherever you want. Then you can manipulate after saving anyhow you wish. This software hardware combination will also allow you to watch,a Movie streamed in, and output to TV as well.at same time...with the right Video out card, any dual head monitor card will do,
OK there are NO cables as such for that PC, as of normal, to get Video into this machine you will have to use either, a USB TV/Video card, and use the AV inputs. OR put a Video TV/Video Capture card into a PCI slot, and again use the AV inputs to connect via. The you will have to use the AV leads Yellow, Red & White, OR the SVHS port if available. You will also need software to record the video stream, If you camera has FireWire then you could install a FireWire Card into a PCI slot and hook you via that, you will still have to use software though. Sometimes the camera, has proprietary software to edit and work with the Video from the camera, usually via FireWire. To get said software go to the manufacturers web site, and download a copy.
connect all source devices to the Sony LCD tv inputs. and connect the audio output from the tv to the aux input or any one input of the audio reciever. This way you can just leave the av reciever on and control all the input switching with te tv remote. Avoid connecting all the av sources to the reciever and the tv as a monitor from the video out of the av reciever. Just use the av reciever to reproduce the desired audio and do all the input switching with the tv remote. This will simplify the operation an lessen the chance of someone changing the audio settings of the av reciever.