DVD is well-known and preferred by most consumers. It has introduced people to home theater speakers and to surround sound receivers, besides introducing Blu-ray.
The DVD players are used in various setups and based on the model and brand there are many video outputs out readily available. However, the manufacturers do not connect an antenna input or a standard cable to analog TVs that do not have supplementary video or audio inputs.
Many consumers tried connecting to a VCR their DVD player and used the VCR to pass the signal to the analog TV. The result is poor image stability and picture quality. The DVDs have an anti-copy technology that does not permit to a VHS tape or to another DVD.
Now, knowing how to connect to your TV to a DVD player is a must, in case your TV lacks the AV inputs compatible with DVD player? Another question is how to connect the DVD player and VCR to the TV if your TV features only one antenna or cable input?
The RF Modulator is a black little box and the function is that it converts the audio or video output of a DVD player into a ¾ signal channel that is compatible with an antenna or TV cable input. There are RF modulators available in many types and all function similarly. They are suitable to use with cable or DVD player input.
There may be slight differences based on brands and RF modulators models. But one thing is certain that the connection of the RF modulator connects to analog TVs and other video source devices not having AV inputs such as camcorders, DVD recorders, media streamers, game consoles, and so on. Bear in mind the RF modulators do not work with HDMI connections.
DVD is well-known and preferred by most consumers. It has introduced people to home theater speakers and to surround sound receivers, besides introducing Blu-ray. DVD Players and Analog TVs The DVD players are used in...