Recording On NEC NDT43 DVD/VCR Combo Refer to your owner's manual. It's all in there.
I do believe that it will work if your buy a converter. That is if they make a converter from interlaced to progressive scan.
Here are some codes I found online but none seem to work for my remote. Codes for Magnavox TV when using RCA Universal Remote: 006,007,010,011,013,016,027,033,035,04…3,066,087,089
To record TV programs with it while watching another channel like you can with an ordinary VCR.
A VCR DVD combo player is typically hooked to a TV using RCA connectors. They are color coded and connected to the same ports on each device.
The codes to program the DISH Network remote code to your Magnavox TV/DVD combo that you can try & one of the two should successfully program your remote are, 566 or 565.
On a Radio Shack 3-in-1 universal remote the code 239 seemed to work the basic power and play functions for a XBR413.
A manual can be purchased from the manufacturer. Many local libraries have manuals available for televisions, DVD players and VCRs.
Because the manufacturers are idiots!
what are vhs dvd player codes for dish remote
some help is better than none... plug in the power cordslook for the cables that are red white and yellow and conect them to the tv and magnavox with the corresponding colors…discuss if there are xtra cables i dont know youre exact stuation but me trying im better than no one answering!
what is the difference between a vcr & dvd combo with out tuner & one with. as far as recording a show on a vhs tape?
You can do it, and you don't need a "combo" machine. Any VCR can be connected to a DVR to copy old tapes to DVDs. The quality won't be as good as an original DVD, because …the videotape is an analog recording and has to go through A-D conversion before it can be recorded on a DVD.
DVD VCR combos are made by every major electronic brand. The most common of these are Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, and Samsung. They can be found in retailers such as Walmart or …Target.
It may be getting more difficult to find, but many stores should sell a VCR/DVD combo, such as Target, Wal Mart, Fred Meyer, Costco. If you cannot find one in a store, you are… certain to find one online, on sites like Amazon.
Many companies manufacture DVD VCR combination players. Samsung, Toshiba, Sony, Panasonic, Philips, and Magnavox all offer a variety of combination players.
Amazon and other shops online still sell products which have DVD and VCR combined together. Toshiba is one brand that make these, however other brands can be found.