You have easy two options.
1: if your TV has video/audio connections then plug the DVD player into the Video/Audio ports on the TV. Connect the Antenna/cable from the wall to the input on the VCR and then connect a cable from the output of the VCR to the TV. Put the TV on 3 or 4 to watch the VCR and on Video to watch the DVD 2: If your TV does not have Video/Audio inputs then connect the DVD to the VCR Video/Audio inputs and connect the VCR to the TV as described in option. TO watch DVD select the DVD as the input for the VCR and then turn the TV to CH 3 or 4.
Read the instructions that came with them.
The modern VCR / DVD recorder does not work like the old VCRs. The switch to OTA digital TV has made the tuner less useful and was deleted from most device. VCR / DVD are now used to transfer the data to DVD . You could however attach cables fron an exernal digital tuner/ or cable box/ satellite into the VCR/DVD with the input line to record. (RCA / HDMI/ composite)
buy a recorder and a dvd burner for the 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 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.
you purchase a modulator from best buy or future shop
Any reputable combo player will be able to hook up to an HD TV.
You can't, for one simple reason: a DVD player can only play DVDs, it cannot record them. In order to copy anything onto a DVD, you need a DVD burner (or recorder).
See Bob Goodman's book, How electronic things work, latest edt, pg 216 and onwards will give you a clearer picture.
A DVD HDD recorder is better than a VCR, or a simple digital DVD recorder. Nothing can match a DVD HDD recorder's ability to pause and rewind live TV. If that's something you want, a DVD HDD recorder is the only way to get it with currently available technology.
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 VCR and/or DVD don't have the same type of connector that your tv set does, you can buy adapters that will convert from cable to two-prong in order to connect to your tv set. Connect from the OUT connector on the back of the DVD or VCR to the back of the tv where you normally connect the antenna. The antenna is not necessary when viewing the DVD or VCR.
(1) VCR/VHS to DVD Conversion Service - the easiest option that involves the least hassle, but this can get expensive if you have plenty of tapes to convert.(2) Using a standalone DVD recorder - uses a DVD recorder designed to record to DVD without a computer. It will record from analog to digital sources like VCR/VHS players, older cameras, cable TV, camcorders and DVDA DVD recorder is unable to convert copyrighted films. You also have lesser flexibilities when it comes to menus, buttons and chapter settings, but it is the fastest way to convert VCR to DVD. If you can get a Firewire connection between your DVD recorder and source device then you could convert the tape to DVD at even higher quality than using analog connections.
put tv arial on DVD. Use DVD remote to change source on DVD from avi1 to tv channel then use DVD remote for tv.
Cable hookupyou can string them in order wall to cable box ( if needed ) box to vcr ( for recording ) vcr to DVD and DVD to tv. Mine is hooked up wall to box, box to splitter, splitter to tv ( I have dual tuners for pip ) then coaxial out plugs on DVD to coaxial in on tv ( I don't use a vcr any more but if I did it would be after the splitter and before the tv.) There is no need to send cable to the DVD unless it is a recorder also or if you don't have auxiliary inputs on the tv.
They will all be included with your vcr that allows you to hook them up to the TV.
If you mean a tv show, plug in a VCR or DVD recorder via the scart. If that is too complicated, get Sky+ and all you need to do then is press a button
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 can always hook it up to a VCR with composite cables and it'll work just fine.
Run the S-Video from sat receiver to in on DVD Recorder (Left and Right Audio as well). Connect HDMI to input on TV.
You'll need a VCR that already has a tuner (pref digital tuner in case your without cable) The VCR can select a channel and give an output on its RCA connectors, you can record using the VCR as a tuner. Pete
The DVD player will connect directly to your TV. Our receivers only have output ports not inputs.
No. Why on Earth would you want to?
That would depend on the ports available on your TV, and DVD player which would determine if you are even able to do so.