There is a product call ed an RF modulator(~$35) you could Check w/Radio Shack.
you could also use a VCR
If the GE tv is less than 9 years old they have a very common cold solder problem in the grounding of the tuner section, A simple fix @ for most techs.
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I can assume the input for your tv has only a coax input to it. Meaning a threaded connector on the back. If so, first connect the Wii to the input of the dvd player, second, from the output of the dvd player, this is where your solution is needed. run a coax cable from the tv to the DVD player and at the dvd player you will need an adapter from your local Radio Shack or electronics store. It should be a female coax to RCA adapter (male Red White and Yellow).Red and white for audio and yellow for video. Post a pic of the back of the tv if this doesnt solve it for you. Good luck, fingers crossed.
Hi a simple CCTV one camera system is 1 pair of power wires (1 positive 1 negative) and 1 piece of coax cable with BNC connectors at both ends. (usually rg59 but RG6 is better)
Things to be aware of:
Cameras come in both 12v DC OR 24Vac configurations some are capable of both but most models available to consumers run on 12v most professionals choose 24v models.
simple adapters used to convert from regular coax screw type connectors to either an RCA connector or BNC connector are available at Radio shack. If you need more than 1 or 2 its cheaper to get them on ebay.
You can connect a BNC equipped camera to an input on your TV by using one of these adapters. *put an RCA connector on the end and plug it into one of the yellow video inputs on the TV.
1st, what kind of Tv Box ? with SCART Connector? or RCA Connector?
2nd, the recoder has a Scart connector or Females Rca connectors.
check for Video IN and L/R input Rca Connector
then use a Scart/RCA cable to connect DVD to TV Box.
You are losing a VERY small amount of signal using the transformer. It won't even be noticeable I'm sure if you switch to the coax in but the fewer connections you go through the less the chance of a bad connection. Use regular " Ant. In " coax connection or " RF in" whichever the wording is on the back of your set. Good Luck!
I am guessing that your game is hooked to the cable connector on the back of the tv and is switched. Do you know you can get a special adapter that uses the rca jacks (white,red,yellow) out of the dvd to the adapter and then out of the adapter with coax to the cable connector on the tv where the signal goes. I think you can get them at WalMart or Radio Shack. Upgraded tv's have the red white and yellow inputs for dvd. Hope this helps.
If your cable converter box has audio/video connections on the back of it,you don't need to worry about using that RF coax connector. Just hook it up the same way your DVD is hooked to the TV input jack. Get a 3-wire cable (yellow-red-white)hook it to the same colors on the back of the cable box and hook the other end to an unused input on the back of the TV. Then select that input with your remote and watch TV.