The cable/cord used to connect my 3000z to the TV or VCR for immediate playback on the big screen was stolen. Is this a highly proprietary Epson-only cable or a run-of-the-mill 1/8th plug to two RCA connector deal?
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First connect the cable box to TV using HD-cable (if connection available) or component cable (three leads) observing the colors. Connect cable box to VCR with an S-video cable or SCART if you have an S-video out scart. Connect VCR to TV with another S-video cable (round connectors) or with a scart to an S-video in scart connection. If you are in the US, the scart connections don't apply.
If you are using an antenna put your antenna connector into the rear of the VCR & then using a connecting cable (RF flylead), take this fron the other socket at the rear of the VCR & connect this to the antenna connector on the TV, you will then have to tune the TV to the VCR. Select channel zero for example on the TV, insert & play a tape, & then tune the TV in until it picks up the video playback picture then store this channel on the TV settings. Alternatly, do as above only use a Scart cable & connect this from the rear of the VCR to the AV connection on the rear of the TV, then when you wish to use the VCR channel, select the AV option on the TV.
Use only one box.
Connection should be:::Video Source(cable, antenne) connected to converter box:::::Converter box connected to VCR:::VCR connected to TV.
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These are the possibilities:- 1.Check the connections. you need to connect yellow cable to yellow jack(I assume you are using AV cable to connect) 2.Change settings of your DVD player accordings to your TV, like NTSC, PAL etc.
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When connecting VCR to TV. Verify all connections. First if the connection is with coaxial cable make sure you signal from outside is screwed to the cable input on VCR. Then the VCR/TV output has the cable running to TV input. If hooking up with RCA cables , which is the yellow, red, and white cables. Hook one side up to VCR output. Yellow for Video, while red/white to audio output matching the colors. The same is done to the Television input. yellow for video, red/white for audio. Do a test recording. Use a blank tape, not one already recorded on. Record about 5 minutes Stop recording , rewind and playback. You should see the difference.
This is easy in a nutshell.
from the cablebox into the VCR RF connection (ant in) then from the VCR RF into the TV RF in. The from the DVD composite video out and audio out into the VCR composite video in and audio in. This make the VCR the hub of your setup the VCR should be set to channel 3 and you can switch between the VCR and the DVD by using the VCR remote.
Now for the cords:
1) Cable to VCR RF = Coaxial
2) Composite Video and audio out = RCA patch cable
3)Composite Video and audio in = RCA patch cable
That is it.
If your TV can support multiple inputs then use it as the hub.
Cable Box to VCR RF (Coax cable) VCR to TV RF(coaxial cable) or VCR to TV Composite video, or TV Component Video (RCA Cable)
DVD Player to Composite video, or TV Component Vido (RCA Cable), or Svideo (Svideo cable)