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How do you hook up a DVD and a dvr to the tv?

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2011-09-18 13:09:51
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Depends on were you are (which country) and make and model of TV. Try reading the instructions of the equipment, or downloading them off the makers website.

If the TV has two SCART leads, Wire one unit to each SCART, that will take care of all input output signals.

If you have to use RCA connectors, connect the output of the units to the inputs of the TV.

You can also 'daisy chain' them. The output of the DVD to the input of the DVR, then the output of the DVR to the AV input of the TV.

Then to watch the DVD, select the AV input on the DVR and set the TV to the AV input of the DVR.

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