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I have this recorder connected to my JVC LCD TV using an HDMI cable and composite cables for the VCR section.. When I want to record to a DVD or watch one that has been recorded I have to use the Video(composite) input of the TV. Is this common for DVD recorders or is it a cable connection problem?
 

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I have this recorder connected to my JVC LCD TV using an HDMI cable and composite cables for the VCR section.. When I want to record to a DVD or watch one that has been recorded I have to use the Video(composite) input of the TV. Is this common for DVD recorders or is it a cable connection problem?


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I'm not sure if you found an answer to this question yet.I own two Toshiba DVR5's,one for the living room and the other my bedroom.I usuallly watch and record when I have my Panasonic 42" plasma in my bedroom set to Component 2.My other television is a Toshiba 65" and I watch and record DVD's with it set to ColorStream 1.I think that would be similar to a component mode.
 

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I have this recorder connected to my JVC LCD TV using an HDMI cable and composite cables for the VCR section.. When I want to record to a DVD or watch one that has been recorded I have to use the Video(composite) input of the TV. Is this common for DVD recorders or is it a cable connection problem?

composite should only be necessary for vcr tape viewing although jvc had vcr component outputs a few years ago, do they still?) if youre watching dvds then u should be able to use the hdmi. for recording to dvd from tv, see if tv has s video output, if so use s video cable to dvd recorder. for vcr, there is only composite, i would think.
 
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