Attaching cables to a flat screen can often be a tedious task. My advice right now would be to contact direct and find out if you have a dual tuner box. Here are some steps that will make the task easier and save time. For a more detailed explanation of component video see this or article to learn more about composite video. Unless of course you have a dual tuner box, or that I'm misunderstanding you all together? First off, if it is not a dual tuner system, you won't be able to watch something else while recording one show.
No a splitter won't help you. A professional installer will set you up and make sure it all works. All you need is a stereo audio cable—which, again, will look familiar to anyone with a home stereo. That is, they do not output a left and right audio channel. Well, the store may have some for sale, but beware of salespeople hawking overpriced composite cables. But, the reason why it didn't was because of the auto channel search I don't have a channel 3, and wasn't sure of what else to press because I have no cable nor dish, nor anything like that. The menu only goes up to 2003.
It is important to use the proper splitter. Yellow Video input and output. The manual doesn't identify both. By combining this with a power on channel setting which most cable boxes have, you can have the cable box power on at that time of day and tune to the channel you want to record. So you will probably need to purchase a little converter box as shown above.
Another composite video cable goes from the vcr to the cable box. Is there some other setting besides changing the Input that I have forgotten? It is about a 35 foot run. Just leave the non-supported cable unplugged. But as it stands right now, you will not be able to do what you are asking. But I can suggest some general things to check. Coaxial cables have the same connector on both ends—a hollow metal cylinder with a pin in the middle—and they often have a ring around each end that can be used to tighten the cable's connection to the port.
I thought I would ask the question before instead of after I made the purchase! What that means, is a set top box with 2 tuners in it, which means that it can receive and display two separate channels for you to watch. I also have comcast cable that comes with a cable box. Neither of them knew that. An S-Video cable, which delivers a slightly sharper picture than composite video does. It will only be able to record whatever channel the cable box is tuned to. Anyway, unlike the old crt tv that I replaced, the connections are quite different.
However, using that form of connection and nothing works not even the sound. For example July 2012 is the same as December 2002. Instead of going from cable box to vcr in and vcr out to tv, I now use a hdmi cable from cable box the hdtv. I discuss each way below. Geoff Hi Erika, It looks like it should be a fairly standard connection. With satellite, it beams only what you are watching at that given time.
This is a copy protection prohibition. This hookup allows the viewer to record any Analog or Digital channel off the converter box. But as you can see in this picture, they say you can use the green socket instead. I have the vcr hooked up to the hdtv via a composite video cable rwy. Check the owners manual or just try it. Let me know how you go, Geoff Hi.
Check the website below for repeating dates. . Keep trying different solutions, it will work eventually. Instead they only output one single audio channel mono audio. Some simply put a yellow circle around the appropriate green socket.
I just bought a brand new hdtv samsung ln46b550. Firstly the yellow cable could be faulty — I would try another one. Worth the additional cost to have someone else to blame if there is a problem. As you know, not being technically savvy I had no idea what to do or use. It is also hdmi and component capable. How can I make it work, is what I'm asking. If not, you can get one from them, and we can discuss further what you want to do to watch one show while recording another.
It also has Component connections. They show the sound is getting through. That is the easy bit. Also when it cuts in and out anytime the movie appears on screen it is black and gray. Thanks in advance for your response.