Any reputable combo player will be able to hook up to an HD TV.
get a VCR player and hook up it by the back inputs
You cant it is impossable to put a broken DVD player to a tv if it doesnt work buy a new one!
The only way to hook it up is to have a video card that has a coax input port. You will also have to have a converter to connect the 360 Cable and the coax cable too.
You can use RCA cables or coax. You will see on the back of your Dish receiver a TV out for either coax or the RCA cables out, then plug the cable into the input of your TV. Be sure to tune your TV to whatever input you choose to view dish satellite programming.
A VCR DVD combo player is typically hooked to a TV using RCA connectors. They are color coded and connected to the same ports on each device.
If the T.V. has RCA inputs then you should just be able to hook the red and yellow wires into the TV from the DVD player. It should play
If the tv has RCA inputs, use them. If not, you may need a device that can convert RCA to RF/coax in. Some VCRs can do this.
I am assuming you have a new HD duo receiver (222k, 622, 722, 722k) or 612 solo receiver that doesn't have a coax connector for TV 1. You need to do 1 of 2 things to enable you to connect the old TV to your receiver. If your TV has an RCA port (yellow, white, and red cable) on the back, you can use that cable instead of the coax from the TV to the receiver. If your TV doesn't have the RCA ports, you need to get an RF modulator to convert the signal from the receiver from RCA to coax.
to reset it you need to turn it so that the hook is facing the opposite of the direction it faces when you lock it then put in the combo you wish to use. it should pull straight up and keep your combo in until you have it in the locking position. once in locking position, mess up the numbers so that it doesnt have your combo in it. redo the combo you chose to see if it worked. make sure you are putting the combo in where the line is.
Hook the coax feed to the ant in on the first vcr. Hook a cable from ant out on the first vcr to ant in on the second vcr (ant in). Run coax from ant out on the second vcr to the tv. To watch the first vcr you have to turn on second vcr and set second vcr on an input setting. There are other ways to do it with a/b switches and splitters. The above hookup allows you to tape on either vcr at the same time. You may have to use the tv/vcr button in some cases also.
If you have a solo receiver, you need a splitter to split the signal from the receiver to the 2 TVs. If you have a dual receiver, you need a coax cable coming off the TV 2 port going to the 2nd TV.
Depending upon the receiver you have, you can use a coax, RCA, component, or HDMI cable to connect from the receiver to your TV - coax has the lowest quality picture with HDMI having the highest quality. On the back of the receiver, you have several types of ports for these types of cables. On some of the newer receivers you may not have a coax port but will have the other types. On some older receivers you may not have HDMI ports. Just connect the type cable to the corresponding port on the receiver and connect the other end to your TV. With a coax cable, the TV is on channel 3 or 4. All other type cables, the TV is on an input setting.
I have a AV surround sound VR-206 and I want to hook up my digital cable receiver and my DVD player but I want to be able to watch tv programs without using the amp
i have a direct tv samsung dvr 2 channel, i want to hook it up to my basic cable. i dont have a cable box just a coax cord. all i want to do is record my programs. please help will
no you cant but you can hook up your computer to the tv for tv shows
The connect more than 2 TVs to a receiver, you need to splitter to split the signal for the TV to take to another TV. You can get a splitter at Radio Shack. The cable should be a RG6 coax cable. If you want to split TV 1 with anything other than a coax cable you need to get a special splitter for the type cable you are using from the receiver to the TV; RCA, component, or HDMI. HDMI does have a length limitation. When you mirror 2 TVs, the same program is on both TVs; when you change channels it will change both TVs channels.
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No, you can not hook a Nintendo dsi up to a tv.
Yes all new TV's can handle these two services but the trend of the future may lead away from coax cable. You may need to hook up cable tv using s-video or optical cables.
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Depending upon the type receiver you have, 3 options are available for connecting the receiver to your TV. With the VIP 211, 211k, 222, 612 receivers, you can use a coax, RCA, component or HDMI cable to connect to your TV; HDMI giving you the highest quality picture if you have HD programming. The VIP 222k, 622, 722, 722k, and 922 receivers allow you to use RCA, component or HDMI cable (K series receivers and 922 have a coax port with OTA module installed). All other receivers can use the coax or RCA cables. Connect the type cable you have from your receiver to your TV. If you are using a coax cable, place your TV on channel 3 or 4. Any other type cable, you place your TV on an Input setting - HDMI for HDMI cable; comp for component cable; or Vid, AV, etc. for RCA cable.
I have no idea how old this is but for people who come here in the future if you lose the remote nothing you do seems to change it to game mode. Just invest in a inexpensive vcr hook up the coax to your output to tv hook up w/e audio video cords you have to the back of the vcr and enjoy not having to buy a stupid remote for a cheaply made tv with no input button ffs
If your TV has the available ports on the back; Coax, Video, AV, Comp, or HDMI; you can connect both services. You can cycle through your inputs settings to get from one type service to the other. It is all dependent on the receivers and the type connection used between the receivers and your TV. This is no different than connecting a DVD or any other component to your TV.