If you were receiving a broadband analog signal, you could put in a signal splitter after the cable box, one line going to your TV and the other line to the DVR, as each has its own tuner. They would both receive a full choice of channels.
Since you are receiving an encrypted digital signal, and want to two channels to change (for ''both'' the TV or the DVR), you might need two tuners, which essentially "splits" the digital signal to your desired channel across two.
Sometimes cable companies will give you a deal for two converter boxes.
Try looking at the VEG-N video unit by http://www.rtv-veg.com/. It might do what you want.
A recording track sheet is a form of document that a recording engineer uses to keep track of what instrument is recorded on what channel of a multi-track recording device.Example: Channel 1- Bass drum, Channel 2- Snare Drum, Channel 3- Hi-Hat Cymbal, etc.
Channel 7 or 49
1: Voice channels must have A/D Converter in the input of it . 2: Data channels have not A/D converter .
If you are on the channel that is being recorded, just change the channel and a message will pop up asking if you want to stop the recording - select Yes. You can go into the timer for the recording and stop it that way also by selecting Stop Recording.
This piece of equipment is used to convert a frequency from one channel to another. This is used in radio operations.
All recording software packages are compatible with seven-channel sound (at the professional level, that is). Consider getting the one with the user interface you like the best.
there is no wii channel but the mail basiclly does the same thing that your looking for
No, a VGA cable does not carry audio. You will need a converter that has an audio input to add the sound channel to the VGA picture channel.
27, 28 or 999
I beleive it is the converter box. Is it a "Insignia" or "Magnivox"?I have found that some converters loose some functions, sound being one, if they have trouble locking to a channel. If you have more than one converter and one has sound and another does not that would indicate tge converter has a problem. Weak signal, is generally the culprit. Here are some things to try. 1. Unplug converter from the wall for 5-10 min then plug it back in and turn it on. See if that will reset box and recover the original programing.. 2. Second option is to DELETE the affectred channel from the converter and re-scan. This can be a real pain depending on how good the instruction manual is.
To connect a digital TV converter box, follow these steps:1. Disconnect antenna from TV2. Connect antenna to antenna connection on Converter box.3. Connect an antenna cable from the converter box to the TV's antenna connection.4. Turn the TV to channel 3, turn on the converter box, and follow the setup menu from the converter box to search for channels.5. Keep the TV on channel 3, and change channels using the remote control for the converter box.
It depends on what Channel its on
You're cable TV or Satellite TV provider has to provide you with a dual channel tuner, these are often digital video recorders (DVR's) and have their own recording functionality that also allows you to transfer the recording to a conventional VCR. There are also methods and tricks you can use to transfer digital content from a DVR using a PC with a video capture card or even using a firewire cable such as with the Motorola DVR's
send tapes to their recording company. get Disney hair.
All the olympic events are on channel 9, or 9-1. Turn to channel 3 than on your digital converter thingie remote go to channel 9 that should be it! HTH (hope this helps)
Sounds like you have something plugged into the auxiliary input on your VCR that's putting the other audio into your recording.
There is only one channel. One channel in Cartoon network, another channel is nickelodean, and disney channel.
I have a TV converter box, I use the remote to scan for available signals and then they are automatically programmed into my remote/system as an available viewing channel.
To channel scan an RCA SCST DTV converter without the remote it is virtually impossible unless the scanner has a scan button located on the front. Purchasing a universal remote that works with digital scanners is a good idea.
Recording time is not limited in fl studio but make sure to select an empty pattern before recording, because when you record while selecting a used pattern with a channel filled with 4 beats (as an example), recording will stop after those 4 beats pass :D