- 1 How do I connect my DVD recorder to my cable box and TV?
- 2 Can you run DVD player through cable box?
- 3 How do I connect my DVD player to my HDMI TV without HDMI?
- 4 Do I need cable to watch dvds?
- 5 How do you hook up a VCR and DVD player to a smart TV?
- 6 Why does my TV say no signal when I plug in my DVD player?
- 7 Why won’t my DVD player work on my smart TV?
- 8 What cable do I need to connect a DVD player to a TV?
- 9 Can you connect DVD player to TV with USB?
- 10 How do I connect an old DVD player to a new TV?
How do I connect my DVD recorder to my cable box and TV?
Connecting to Cable TV using a Cable Box
- Connect Audio (red/White) and Video (Yellow) OUT on the DVD recorder to the Television Audio / Video IN.
- Connect the HDMI OUT on the DVD Recorder if one is available to the Television HDMI IN.
- Connect S-Video OUT on the DVD Recorder to the S-Video IN on the TV.
Can you run DVD player through cable box?
You can’t hook a DVD to a cable box. It doesn’t have inputs. If the cable box is connected to the antenna jack on the TV and that’s the only connection you will need an AV RF modulator.
How do I connect my DVD player to my HDMI TV without HDMI?
Connect the composite video cable (Yellow RCA) to the DVD player. Next, connect the White and RED audio RCA cables to the corresponding connectors on the back of the DVD player. Take the other side of the composite cable and audio cables and connect them to your TV.
Do I need cable to watch dvds?
You shouldn’t need cable service to connect a DVD player to your TV. How have you attempted to connect the DVD player to the TV? Usually a DVD player is connected via an HDMI cable or composite or component cables.
How do you hook up a VCR and DVD player to a smart TV?
S-Video. Connect an S-Video cable to the “S-Video Out” port on your VCR/DVD combo player. Plug the opposite end of the S-Video cable to the “S-Video In” port on your TV. Connect a set of RCA audio cables to the red and white color-coded “Audio Out” jacks on your VCR/DVD combo player.
Why does my TV say no signal when I plug in my DVD player?
Change the INPUT or source the HDTV is set to by pressing the INPUT button on the TV or its original remote. When you try different inputs, let the DVD player play a disc and output a constant signal. If your TV has the correct INPUT or Source, unplug the cable and plug it back, or try another cable or port.
Why won’t my DVD player work on my smart TV?
Ensure the video cable between the DVD player and TV is securely connected to both devices. NOTE: If the issue only occurs with the first DVD, then the disc may have dust, fingerprints or scratches. Ensure the TV and DVD player are set to utilize the same type of video signal, either progressive or interlaced.
What cable do I need to connect a DVD player to a TV?
What cables do you need to connect a DVD player to a TV? Newer DVD players typically come with an HDMI cable, which you can simply plug into the TV and DVD player. However, older models may come with a composite cable. To use this, connect the red, white and yellow plugs into their respective ports on both devices.
Can you connect DVD player to TV with USB?
Although many computers and some televisions have built-in DVD players, some do not. If your computer or television lacks an internal DVD player, you can connect one to the USB, FireWire or auxiliary audio/video port.
How do I connect an old DVD player to a new TV?
If so, you can get yourself a component cable and connect the DVD player to the TV using those plugs. You can plug the RCA (yellow/red/white) output in to this box and connect the HDMI output from the box to your TV using an HDMI cable.