Re: When I plug in my camcorder to the tv using the AV...
I connect my camcorder to the TV with regular RCA plugs (yellow, white, red). The camera RCA plug-in holes are in a separate compartment. I can see what I am recording on the TV if the camera power switch is pushed over to "camera". I do my recording. Rewind. Then I have to push the power switch to "off" then over to "VCR" , and push "play" on the camera in order to see the play back on the TV screen. See if your power switch has several positions. I hope this info. is helpful.
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depends on what you plug into on back of tv
is it a dvd player with a hdmi cable ?
or is it a tv antenna cable ?
or is it AV cable ?
The input select on the tv menu must be the same as the port you plugged the cable into
DTV = Digital Tv
AV1 = Av input 1 the yellow plug type cable red and white audio plugs
HDMI1 = HDMI1 port
HDMI2 = HDMI2 port
HDMI3 = HDMI3 port
HDMI4 = HDMI4 port
component in looks very similar to av in so if using av cables
use av1 in port rather than component in .
First, set [SWITCH TO ANALOG I/O] to [OUTPUT]
then turn off the (camcorder) unit.
After you connect the cable (from AV connector to the TV's AV Input Connector (accepting the 3 color cables), set the TV to VIDEO mode, selecting the AV input (from your Camcorder).
Then start your playback on the camcorder ...
slide the mode switch to select the (video) mode (instead of the picture/photo mode)... press the PLAY/REC to select the playback mode, and select the desired files/frames to play.
Hope this works for you. Have you tried using the HDMI mini connector instead ? (same process, just set your TV to accept input from the HDMI input)
Make sure you have selected the correct INPUT. Many TVs have several from which to choose. Locate the INPUT or A/V button on the TV or remote. Press it once and wait up to 3 seconds to see if the picture appears. Repeat to cycle slowly through all inputs until picture appears. Some TV / remotes have buttons labeled AV1, AV2, AV3, etc. or similar do go directly to the specific input as opposed to cycling as above. Press each - one at a time - and wait up to 3 seconds for picture to appear. If unable to display a picture, check A/V cables at cable box and TV. Note which input is being used on the TV for the cable box. Then select the same AV input on the remote that is being used on the cable box. If still no picture, contact cable company / Verizon for service.
Which generation playstation are you referring to The PS2 or PS3. The PS2 would be connected with a composite cable by default i.e red white and yellow cable. Connect the cable to the corresponding input on the TV, match color codes. Switch to correct input by using your remote controller. Press the AV button and a list of inputs come's up.Select av1 or av2 and check if you get a picture. If you use a ps3 then same as before press AV button on remote and select appropriate option on screen HDMI,Component or Composite.
For this camera you will need to find in your equipment (or purchase) a "stereo video cable "
This cord features a 1/8th (male) headset jack on one end and 3 male RCA jacks on the other. (yellow/red/white).
Plug the 1/8th jack into the camera's AV input and the RCA plugs into your TVs RCA port input and select the correct AV input (AV 1, 2, etc)on your tv selector and the camera should play through your tv.
Open the front plastic cover to the right of the lens and expose the ports. The yellow one is the AV port. Press the MENU button on the left side and use the rocker switch above to display AV-PHONES, select AV, and press the MENU button to set it and close the menu. Turn both the camcorder and TV OFF.
Connect the camcorder AV port to the TV RGB inputs (VIDEO + AUDIO L + AUDIO R) with the cable that came with the camcorder. It has a mini stereo plug at one end and three RCA plugs at the other.
Switch everything on, press PLAY on the camcorder (don't forget to make sure the cassette is wound back to the start). sit back and enjoy.