TV/VCR/CD

Discussion in 'Class A / Diesel Pushers' started by H2H1, Sep 8, 2007.

  1. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    HELLO EVERYONE, I have a vcr in the MH and I would like to take it out and install a combo cd /vcr player. which I tried to today, but the vcr only had 2 coax cable running to it plus the power cord, now there is a box that sits on top of the vcr where many wires go into. The combo player only has one connection for the coax cable plus many connections for wiring up a SR sound. any suggestion? thanks in advance
     
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    RE: TV/VCR/CD

    I would sugest that u get a combo switch box ,, they sell them at radio shack and at wally world,, i had to this to mine when i put in the dvd player ,, due to the fact that all the connections are now rca type :)
     
  3. hertig

    hertig Senior Member

    Re: TV/VCR/CD

    Another option is a 'RF modulator'. You plug the audio and video out from the VCR/DVD into this gadget, and the output is RF into your selector switch. Getting hard to find these; I found a nice, small one at Best Buy.
     
  4. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    RE: TV/VCR/CD

    Thanks 730, I will see if I can pick one when I go into Monday. I don't like to go into town that much rather stay in the country if you know what I mean. Hollis
     
  5. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    Re: TV/VCR/CD

    thanks John, do you think radio shack might have RF modulator? like I told 730 I might go into towm Monday and go looking for something to make it work. Thanks for all your replies. I read them all everyday very helpful. I guess I have to much time on my hand need to get out and travel more. anyway GB, Hollis
     
  6. hertig

    hertig Senior Member

    Re: TV/VCR/CD

    No they don't, that was the first place I looked. Best Buy was where I got mine; I've since seen them other places (don't know where exactly, but likely 1 or more of Home Depot, Lowes, Wal Mart or Target).
     
  7. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    Re: TV/VCR/CD

    thanks John, I was going into town today and heading to Lowes. I will look and see if they what I need. I see in the forum that C Nash went to a rv show this passed weekend. I am planning on going to Atlanta RV show this weekend, last year it was big this is bigger. anyway thanks for your help.
    Hollis
     
  8. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    Re: TV/VCR/CD

    HELLO EVERYONE, I got the combo VCR/CD to work last night. All along it was a lose connection in one of the coaxial cable. I re connected it to the wire plug it in turn on the TV to the correct channel and watched the movie RV with Robin Williams, boy what a great movie laugh my rear end off. It brought back memories when I first started out camping. this movie is a hoot But I would like to thanks everyone for their valuable input.
     
  9. Angrard

    Angrard Junior Member

    I have faced same problem with my dvd player and it took me several days to solve it as I did not consulted any forum member :)
     
  10. Angrard

    Angrard Junior Member

    I have faced same problem with my dvd player and it took me several days to solve it as I did not consulted any forum member :)
     
  11. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Well Hollis that was 2007!! You got it yet?
     
  12. chag67

    chag67 Junior Member

    I ran into this problem with my older bus. My solution (for me) was to scrap the junction box entirely. This was easy for me since I haven't had cable or dish in over 3 years.
    I have mounted my new 27" iMac desktop in the corner of the bedroom. I watch movies and television on it through the internet. I also have a backup hard drive with over 800+ movies on it. I do not use the front television at all. Anyone want a 25 inch CRT television? lol
     
  13. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    well to answer the questions,,,NO I have not done anything yet. I don't know if you have ESP Nash, but I was talking to Maria about 1 hour ago about calling Ken and see what he would charge me for a stationry new SATELITE and for Brian to install it this coming April
     

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