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A VCR / DVD player is not a recorder. If it is a recorder you need to advise what input and output ports you have on each of the devices that you wish to connect, then the connection would be from the cable box thro' the recorder and into the TV.
are you talking about VCR / DVD or DVR source. for VCR or DVD your connection shall be for VCR, cable out from the TW box to VCR in and VCR out to TV (VCR ch selector and TV must be set to ch 3)......... DVD connection out from DVD to TV's yellow/white/red (digital in on TV), to view dvd using remote change source to the digital source (av1 or av2)... for the DVR you must call TW to make sure your box is set up to record and view....
Your dvd recorder only has rca, red white yellow inputs it wont allow you to record in HD, although you can play your comcast box any hd, regular digital through and record. Hook up the comcast box if HD through preferably HDMI if not get one from comcast. The HD box is the only box that allow HDMI, component and regular RCA and some RF out. This way you can play HD to your set but also record through RCA or RF again will not allow for HD record unless its TiVo. Hope this helps
The DVD-VR375 does not have an HDMI input. The connection should be: • RED WHITE & YELLOW CABLE from your cable box (AV OUT) should connect to the DVD-VR375 (AV IN 1). Set the DVD-VR375 to AV 1 using the INPUT SEL. button. • Next, connect an HDMI cable from the DVD-VR375 (HDMI OUT) to the TV (HDMI IN). Set the TV to the proper source. This connection would allow the recorder to work as a pass through and will let you record TV programs as well as watch your cable channels.
u have a cable/sateliite connection...cable from wall to cable box in...cable box out to vcr/dvd in....vcr/dvd out to samsung lcd in....(vcd/dvd and samsung must be tune to ch 3) now u should be able to record all channel (note HBO, and some others like it may not allow dvd recording) vhs yes.
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SET YOUR TO RF LEVEL " LOW" OR YOUR CABLE CONNECTION IS WRONG CHECK IT.IF THE PROBLEM REMAINS, CHECK IT ON STANDARD DEFINITION TV FOR RECORDING.IF THE PROGRAM RECORDS OK THEN IT ID NOT COMPITIBLE FOR DIGITAL SIGNALS. BUT IF NO RECORDINGS PERFORM CHECK THE VIDEO HEAD CLOGGINGS OR MAY BE MAIN "IC" PROBLEM.
Take a red, white, and yellow AV cable and plug it from the AV out of the cable box to the red, white, and yellow In of the dvd recorder (change cable box to the channel you want to record). Then change your TV to the channel you want to view.
OK I will try to explain this...You need to go from your OUT TO TV output on your cable box and split that line so you have 2 lines coming out,then you can hook one to your vcr and one directly to your tv.Then you can watch tv while you are recording something on your VCR.I hope this helps