yes, DVD/VCR can be used with a HDTV. firstname.lastname@example.org
The output image from either bothh the dvd and vcr, or just the dvd will be filtered and stretched to look better on a HDTV
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.
Hook up for a KDL-50R550A, HTS-S600,BDP-S5100, Motorola DCT6400 and a Pioneer VCR/DVD Recorder Combo Unit.
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
Sony DVD/VCR Combo Player, SLVD370P
In order to get the full HD experience you need an HDMI cable to connect a DVD/VCR combo to an HDTV.
The Sony SLV D380P DVD/VCR is inexpensive.
You can record from DVD's to VCR's, but only on some players. Toshiba makes a DVD to VCR recorder.
Read the instructions that came with them.
Any reputable combo player will be able to hook up to an HD TV.