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HOW DO I SETUP MY TV TUNER?

Discussion in 'Tech Support' started by Aman, 11 Apr 2007.

  1. Aman

    Aman New Member

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    ok i am using

    http://www.newegg.com/product/product.asp?item=N82E16815116620

    i want to record my xbox 360 while playing on tv which uses composite i think. It's the red blue and white wires..

    someone told my i need a splitter or something

    can someone give me a link to all the wires i will need the comp is about 10 ft away from tv.
     
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  2. Bluephoenix

    Bluephoenix Spoon? What spoon?

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    composite is yellow, component is Red-Green-Blue, audio is the red/white pairing

    newegg is currently down, but if it has a yellow-red-white attachment like mine then all you need is to check that your TV has a Yellow-Red-White output on it and connect that to the TV tuner.
     
  3. Aman

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    i know what i need to so but i don't know what the splitters or wires are called so i need a link i can buy from?
     
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    your original link is dead, can you provide a Manufacturer and model?
     
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    same model as mine, you don't need an adapter, just plug the Xbox 360 into the TV through the composite connector, and connect the TV's red-white-yellow out jacks to the tuner card's red-white-yellow inputs using a generic composite cable.

    I do the same thing to record gameplay on my system, no complex adapters necessary.

    if your TV doesn't have a composite or S-video out functionality then all you need to do is get a signal splitter (available from radioshack or equivalent for about $10US)
     
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    yeah i need the signal splitter!!! can you give me a link?!?!
     
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    can anyone help me find a composite video 1 into 2 splitter please?
     
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