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How to Install A VCR to A Cable Box
How do I hook up my VCR to my TV?
Despite of the recent inventions in technology, some people still prefer to do things the old way. If you have a VCR at home and you want to install it to a cable box, then you need not to be worried as this is not a complicated process, instead it can be easily done in a couple of minutes. If you have bought a brand new VCR, then things will be pretty simpler but if you have just taken out your old VCR from the store, then buy a cleaning tape. Before trying to attach your VCR to a cable box, you must make that it is clean and working properly. Now you must confirm that your cable box is in working condition and properly programmed to receive TV programs. For this, you can perform a test by turning on your TV and cable box.
How to Connect 2 VCRs
We also include tips on how to hook up the DVD recorder to a Dolby 5. If you want to use higher quality cables, then you may want to connect the TV Source cable and satellite only, not antenna to the DVD recorder using Composite, S-Video, or Component video and audio cables. Now that the TV source either cable, satellite, or antenna , the DVD recorder, and the TV are all connected, you need to configure everything to make sure that TV is coming through the DVD recorder, for recording and viewing. To record in this mode, you would need to tune to either channel 3 or 4 on the TV and then use the DVD recorder TV tuner to change channels and record.
Some people may still have some family videos recorded by VCR tapes hiding in the corner of the cupboard. Firstly, discs are far more durable than tapes. Discs are resistant to moisture and sunlight.