I reommend getting a Home Theatre unit which everything would go to and then that routes to the TV. So basically, all inputs go the to Home Theatre unit and it is used to route to the TV. The cable signal can also be split prior to going to the TV, so you can have cable input to the VCR or DVD recorder for recording purposes. The DVD and VCR are basically players, thus output a signal, so they are inputs to the home theatre unit. On the back of the home theatre unit you have inputs for all these devices. The cost of an entry level home theatre unit can be as low as $100 including speakers, and goes up (way up) from there.
no it is impossible to hook up cable to the projector, the only way is not hook a asr cable to the DVD out box and the take rst cable from the out cable hook into the in port on the projector in conclustion you need a DVD player also
no u do not
i think you might have to use usb cable to hook it up to your computer
you flip through channels until you find something or hook up a dvd player or vhs player or a video game system
You can route other things such as your cable through the DVD player, or you can buy a splitter, whichs connects more than one object on one side and the other side plugs into your TV.
To hook up a DVD player and a VCR to an old RCA TV, you will need to examine what type of inputs are available on the TV. The VCR can probably be connected with a coaxial cable. The DVD player will need to be either hooked up with RCA cables or with an S-video cable and two audio cables.
A VGA to RCA cable allows a user to hook one electronic device to another. It can be used to hook a gaming system like an Xbox or Wii or a DVD player to a TV.
vcr out into DVD in, DVD out into tvhd in
You have to buy a box that converts the signal from the DVD player into an RF signal. These can be found in the electronics department of most stores, or at Radio Shack.
All you need is a HDMI 1.3 Audio/Video cable to hook up your Blu-Ray player to your TV.
Blu-Rays require an HDMI cable in order to hook up to HDTVs
First, run the coaxial cable from the wall to the PVR. Then, hook the coaxial cable from the PVR directly to the TV. Now take the DVD players RCA or HDMI plug, whichever you use, and hook it up to the television directly.
The best way would be through a HDMI to HDMI cable. These are fairly common and your TV probably has a HDMI input. Your DVD player might not though. You can also use a S-Video cable however some TV don't have options for this. Another thing you can use is is an AV plug. These are the yellow, white, and red cables.
Yes. You just have to hook the machines to your television. No cable service is required.
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You will need a SCART cable, that is the one like an oblong about 2 inches - 50mm - long.
This Netbook has no DVD Drive. You will be able to hook up a wireless internet connection.
Hooking a blu ray player up to a non HDTV or standard definition tv is a waste of money. You will get as good a picture from a standard DVD player. Blu ray players output their high definition signal through the HDMI cable and as such give you the same picture as a DVD player on a standard definition tv.
It is possible to record cable TV to a DVD recorder. You do want to make sure you have a recorder and not just a DVD player.
You cant it is impossable to put a broken DVD player to a tv if it doesnt work buy a new one!
A PC can be hooked directly to a television, but not a DVD player for use in a cabin. By using the CD drive in the computer, movies can be played on the computer and viewed on the television. All a person needs is an HD or Ethernet cable.
Yes, but with the proper Y cables.
it should automatically have sound
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