Installing a VCR simply requires finding the right cables and matching them up to the correct jacks on the television set. Hook up a VCR with help from a digital technology specialist in this free video on VCRs.
Hi I'm Rokosz, your digital lifestyle expert here, and I'm going to show you how to install that new VCR. Alright, the first thing that you have to do is set it up and plug it in. Once it's plugged in you want to take a look at the back of your television and see what kind of connectors you have. Whether you're going to be going with HDMI or Coaxial or the cable tie, the RCA's with the red, white and yellow, or super VHS. For demonstration purposes here at our install, we're going to be using the super video connector with the RCA for the audio. For this we're going to use our super video and our RCA for the audio. And all we're going to do is find our video out and put our S video cable in there. Now we're going to find the video in on our television monitor, and our audio we're going to come out to that and go right into the monitor. Remember installing a VCR is easy, you've got to get your cable in, you got to get your video out and you got to get your audio out. There's a lot of different choices when you're hooking up home entertainment system in their full bred, but this is your basic one to get you watching that VHS tape right away. I'm Rokosz, your digital lifestyle expert saying, string you later.