Question about Televison & Video
Connect the DVD Recorder Video/Audio OUT to the TV (In most cases your TV must have a Audio/Video input) using one of the methods below Connect Audio (Red/White) and Video (Yellow) OUT on the DVD recorder to the Television Audio / Video IN. Connect the HDMI OUT on the DVD Recorder if one is available to the Television HDMI IN.
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Posted on Nov 24, 2020
Loss of sound is often a problem with the SCART connections. The SCART may not be pushed in securely, or if the SCART is old the pins may not be good. Check SCART is securely in, or try another SCART lead.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
I am unfamiliar with this unit.
If you have scart connecters on both, connect av2 on the tv to av in on the recorder. set the recorder to record from av source.
You should now record a program, I think the static is the fact that composite is out from the dvd only, not an input, and in on the tv, not an output.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Testimonial: "though unfamiliar with unit, pob-h tried to help solve my problem! that's more than i can say about my own husband! thanks for trying!"
To get the functionality you're looking for you'll need to to take the cable running from your DVR output and connect it to the input on your DVD recorder. Next you want to connect a cable from your DVD recorder output and connect it to your TV. If this is an HD set up you want to use HD Cables for all of the connections.
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Posted on Jan 28, 2011
SOURCE: I am trying to hook
I've drawn you a quick diagram to show the basic correct setup.
Your TV has 3 HDMI ports so you can connect both the DVD and Dish DVR to the TV using HDMI cables. You should connect the Dish DVR to the HDMI 1 input on the TV and the DVD recorder to the HDMI 2 input.
If you are getting a "No Signal" message from the DVD recorder, that's a simple setup issue, but I will need some more details from you to help you resolve this.
The final connection is from the Dish DVR to the DVD recorder. It is always better to record directly from the source rather than the TV. Not all TVs have a video out feature and, even if yours does, it wont send the video from the Dish DVR to the DVD recorder.
The problem you have is that your Dish PVR only has one HDMI OUT port and you need this to connect to the TV. It is also unlikely that your DVD recorder has an HDMI IN port, so you need to find another method of connection between these two. You stated that you did not want to use AV cables but there seems to be a case of mistaken identity regarding some of the sockets on your devices.
"Composite" and "AV" ports are generally the same thing, so I think you may be confusing one of these with "Component" ports. These use the same type of cable as Composite ports but uses a cable with more plugs. It would also be very unusual for an HD device to have 3 composite ports and no component ports.
I suggest you make the two HDMI connections shown in the diagram and then reply to me with the following details:
1. Model number of TV
2. Model number of DVD recorder
3. Model number of Dish DVR
4. Which cables do you have spare for connecting the Dish DVR to the DVD recorder.
I will then be able to check all of the ports on all of the devices and let you know the best way to connect everything together with the cables you have and so that it all works. I will also be able to explain the "No signal" message and draw you a setup diagram if required.
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
SOURCE: how do you hook recorder
Simple. Connect the composite output from the VCR to the composite input on the back of the Presidian. Then connect the coaxial output from the back of the DVR to the coaxial input on the back of the Presidian. Then connect the coaxial output from Presidian to the coaxial input on the back of the TV. Turn everything on and enjoy! :-)
Posted on May 02, 2011
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