Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Recording From Cable Box To Vcr Will I Lose Channels If I Use A Splitter For Comcast Cable Box And Vcr?

Will I lose channels if I use a splitter for comcast cable box and vcr? - recording from cable box to vcr

I want to be able to record analog channels on the video while I'm just digital channels with cable box. To do this, I plug the cable into a wall divider.

One cable goes to the "IN" on the VCR, the other goes to the operator "in" on the cable box. So I have a cable-out "on the cable box to the TV, and I'm using an RCA connector for video on the TV.

Will it work? If he can, the sensitivity of the signal, if you lose the digital channels?

1 comment:

  1. Comcast Comm. Tech.February 3, 2010 at 6:05 PM

    This should work fine.

    In most cases, the height of the monitor should be for the good too.

    Make sure you buy a two-way splitter!
    And do not buy the cheapest type that goes to the court --
    Coaxial cable, you need to.