If you want to watch TV, plug the tv cable into the VCR's input(usally right next to the output).
If you still have trouble, I would suggest, plugging everything in and out and play with it until you have a picture. And, if you're VCR doesn't have AV input, you can buy a converter at your electronics provider. Ask the geek behind the counter for an AV to AC converter.
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
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.
Actually, Blu-Rays can only hook up to HDTVs by using an HDMI cable
the remote wire only needs a power source for the amp to turn on, so if u have a looped cable running from the remote input on the amp to the front of the car with a switch and then back to the power cable on the amp u can control when the amp is on just by turning the switch on or off. otherwise u will have to figure out which cable on the back of the stereo is switched power, or which cable only supplies power when the car is running. and that would require a wiring diagram.
No. You do not have to buy a Samsung brand cable to hook up to the Blu Ray player. All cables seem to be the same and brand name cables only cost you more.
as long as cable has enough length and both ends can be attached the 3 speed cable will hook up to a 4 speed the cable is only a linkage and has nothing to do with how many speeds your transmission has
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.
No you only need one that works. I prefer a name brand, but that is not a requirement. The main thing you need is one long enough to reach from the back of the PS3 to the back of an HDTV.
They will only charge if you have that USB cable that came with them and hook it up I think
No. Blu-Ray players require an HDMI cable to hook up to a TV and only HDTVs accept HDMI cables
The iDog just uses a standard headphone jack cable. Idogs come w/ a cable, and you hook the end w/ only one thing into a place I think near it's right back leg, and you hook the other end (not the flat, the one with a thing sticking out) to your I-Pod. Happy listening!
The only cable that connects a Blu-Ray player to an HDTV is an HDMI cable
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 only hook it up to that type of player if they have a USB output on them
Connect the coax cable from the game to the antenna in on the back of the TV set after disconnecting the cable that is currently hooked there. Turn the game on and change the channel selector to channel 3 or 4. If you would like both connected to the TV a the same time to avoid having to make this cable swap every time , you need a RF CABLE SWITCH also know as a A-B SWITCH.
yes you can but why bother. your cable modem is wireless already, why need a router. only use router if modem is not wireless.
Call your local cable company and say you would like to subscribe to there service. They will hook you up outside. It is either up to you to run cabling inside for hookup or you can have the cable provider do it for an extra fee. Run at least RG6 or RG6 quad coaxial cable inside with compression fittings only. Do not use crimp or screw on types as they tend to degrade and cause signal loss. If you are not that handy then have the cable company do it for you. Call your local cable company and say you would like to subscribe to there service. They will hook you up outside. It is either up to you to run cabling inside for hookup or you can have the cable provider do it for an extra fee. Run at least RG6 or RG6 quad coaxial cable inside with compression fittings only. Do not use crimp or screw on types as they tend to degrade and cause signal loss. If you are not that handy then have the cable company do it for you.
Yes you can, you can setup any router or wireless access point to any Cable or DSL modem depending how many cat5/6 ports are on the back of you modem. If you only have one port you can connect both routers together
Yes, You can go to gamestop or something a get one [only for PSP slim]
The only model Playstation that can be connected to a computer through the use of a usb cable is the Playstation 3.
it is a cable that links up to other game boy systems only on multi player games
A VGA to VGA cable has only a few uses. It can be used to hook up two older monitoring devices such as two computer monitors so they can share the screen.
No, your camcorder may have a usb adapter that can only be used for transferring pictures.
As far as I know the only road speed governor would be an aftermarker unit. It can be removed but you would have to know what you're doing. The ones I've seen take the thottle cable off the thottle body and run it to the aftermarket unit. Then a new cable from the unit back to the thottle body. I guess you could hook the original cable back to the thottle body and "by-pass" the unit. Rich
No. Blu-Ray players will only work on HDTVs and they require an HDMI cable. Xbox 360 is not HD-compatible. But the PlayStation 3 can play Blu-Rays, for the games are in fact on Blu-Ray discs and they too, like Blu-Ray players, will only work on HDTVs and they require an HDMI cable as well