Sounds like you made it out unscathed, albeit unsatisfied. This is a great tech how-to place, between the mods and members, someone generally comes up with suitable, understandable answers, and most enjoy helping out. I even called Samsung for assistance but they could not even find the model! Rogers said he had noproblem with families playing his show at a more convenient time. If audio is stereo the worst that can happen is the sound for right side will play on the left and sound for the left side will play on the right. Make sure you have a tape you can record on.
The Supreme Court ruled that it is legal to record television showsto play at a more convenient time. Sorry to say but I don't think we can get around that. After many confusing options cable vs. I put a movie in to see what would happen and if it would work, but when I do that nothing happens but the movie cuts in and out. The dircet tv is set to play on input 1 whereas the vcr is set to play on av2. If you want to watch and record different programs at the same time you will need to split the antenna or cable connection so that each unit gets its own clean signal and tune each devise to the desired channel.
It also has the ability for the viewer to watch pre-recorded content. On the left hand side you should see the Audio right red and left white input sockets. The coaxial cable from the cable wall outlet is plugged into this box. I have basic cable and am keeping it for now. It is exactly like recording a signal from a digital cable box or satellite receiver. Remember, you can always ask the sales clerk to show you the back of the set. How do I schedule and record programs? Below this yellow socket for video in is the corresponding white and red sockets for the left and right audio in.
Please keep in mind cost is an issue. And to be honest, if money wasn't a concern I would simply bite the bullet and buy a cable package and then just complain about the cost like everyone else P. If your equipment doesn't allow for this you can use instead. The coaxial cable from the cable wall outlet is plugged into this box. However when I want to record a tv programme, which is becoming rarer, I would like to have the choice. Read about the 1984 decision of UniversalStudios v. As regards the hft channels, I assume you live in an area where such is being broadcast.
When you do hit play, do you hear any sound at all? I tnen hooked the vcr to the tv with the same cables. If I hook into my s-video connection to the t. Not only does it present the pro's and con's well, it is cover to cover options and alterantives and how they worked. Yellow Video input and output. ~~Kate Well, it does get overwhelming so I can understand wanting to give up.
The reason is the tuner. Let me know how you go, Geoff Hi. I tnen hooked the vcr to the tv with the same cables. The jacks you plugged cable ends into should be labeled. The television should be able to switch between each connection, one called say external 1 and the other external 2.
That is the easy bit. How do i connect this if i want to record on my vcr from the direct tv receiver? I wonder if you have any suggestions as to how I can fix this after I followed all the steps. The out to tv jack should then be connected to the antenna jack of the tv. Geoff Hi Geoff, Thanks for replying so quickly! Sounds a little confusing, I know. Also have inputs on the back of the Television. You also can't watch one channel while recording a different one.
We have nothing plugged into those ports. Is there some other setting besides changing the Input that I have forgotten? I was told by neighbors it wasn't possible but I'm guessing Comcast misled them. I can play a dvd and watch it when I have it set on L1 but unable to record anything on direct tv. Geoff Hi Erika, It looks like it should be a fairly standard connection. Will it be basic cable service without a cable box or will it be connected to a roof antenna? I have no idea if there is a built in digital tuner.
Repeat for the second set of equipment. If this sounds freakishly familiar to recording on a digital cable or satellite set-top box, you are right. I have always seen yellow as the color for video, but audio is sometimes white and sometimes black, and in stereo audio right is usually red, but left can be either white or black. Developing this website and answering the questions and comments requires a lot of time and effort. It seems like they would both have to be connevted to the same input? The red connector is for the right channel sound, the … white is for the left.