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how do you hook up a fm modulator to a dvd player and a screen
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Most FM modulators have a power and ground . There is an antenna input and output on the module itself. Most of the FM modulators tune into the 88.3/88.7 mhz range. 

Wire in the DVD output RCA's to the input RCA of the FM modulator. There are two sets of inputs ..... 1 goes to the tuner and the other goes to the antenna ( it will say on the modules itself ).

Jeff
Velocity Custom Home Theater
Mobile Audio/Video Specialist
Morden, Manitoba CANADA

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