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I want to add a DVD recorder (with a tuner which will receive freeview channels) into a tv set up which has a Sony Bravia TV.
How do I connect the DVD so that I can take advantage of the fact that the TV is HD ready but also has a built in freeview?
Do I connect the DVD to the external aerial and then connect the TV through an HDMI connection? Or do I split the aerial so that one goes into the DVD and the other into the TV?
If I split the aerial how do I connect the DVD to the TV?
If I'm right On the DVD recorder there should be an aerial input and an output. Connect external aerial to the output then run a second from the output to the TV. Then use the HDMI to connect the DVD. This will then give you the option of recording one channel on the DVD whilst watching another thru the receiver thats built into the TV. You will then get the best poss picture when viewing DVD
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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