Hello,\r\n\r\nI typed my question into Yahoo and this group popped up so decided to join.\r\n\r\nI'll describe in detail what I spent a few hours doing yesterday and what I'm stuck on.\r\n\r\nFirst off I have a Hitachi Solid State TV that is pretty old and a Sanyo VHR-H600 VCR and a Toshiba D-R7KC.\r\n\r\nI have basic cable and a cable cord comes out of the wall with that pocker wire in the middle. I took that and stuck in a 3 way splitter so the cable cord goes to the in part and then from the 2 out parts I put a cord in each of them and one goes to my VCR VHF\/UHF from Ant in and the other to my DVD Antenna In. \r\n\r\nNext I used a 3 way splitter again and have the RF coaxial cable from the VHF\/UHF on my TV going to the in part of the my splitter then from the two out parts of the splitter I have another RF coaxial cable going to the VCR and one going to the DVD.\r\n\r\nThis is probably way more complicated than it's supposed to be but this is what I figured out.\r\n\r\nSo the problem now is that my TV only has one set of Video\/Audio in with the red\/white and yellow and I have two sets of audio\/video cables but what I need is to have a red\/white and yellow from TV and then have 2 sets of red\/white and yellow dangling from that so one set can go into my VCR and the other set can go into my DVD. \r\n\r\nI looked at the manual for my Toshiba D-R7KC video recorder and it says to take the red\/white and yellow audio\/video cables and plug them to the video\/audio out of my VCR and then put the other end of these into the L1 of my DVD video\/audio in and then take a S-video cable going from the VCR video out to the S-video in of my DVD Recorder. The big problem is my VCR has no S-cable jack on it.\r\n\r\nYesterday I was so frustrated I called around to a few places like London Drugs and Source Circuit City. London Drugs said ages ago you could buy a box at Radio Shack to do this. Then Source by Circuit City and the first person I spoke to said I needed Y adapter with a switch. I went online to see what he meant and couldn't find anything that looked like it would work. I called back and the second person said I needed a 4 port switch and I went online and couldn't find one. Without a visual I am so confused.\r\n\r\nIs there any way to make this work with what I have or what exactly do I need to buy?\r\n\r\nRight now I basically take the red\/white\/yellow cables from the TV video\/audio in and switch them between the audio\/video out of the VCR or DVD which is a pain.\r\n\r\nThis is really long I know but I'm trying to explain it the best I can. I love my VCR recorder and use it a lot but also want to use a DVD recorder as well and want to make this work if possible.