Cisco CIS330 Installation guide

Cisco CIS330 Installation guide
Installation Guide
Cisco CIS330 High-Definition
IPTV Set-Top
POWER
LINK
HD
RECORD
MENU
OK
Notice for Installers
The servicing instructions in this notice are for use by qualified service personnel
only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions, unless you are qualified to do so.
Note to System Installer
For this apparatus, the coaxial cable shield/screen shall be
grounded as close as practical to the point of entry of the cable
into the building.For products sold in the US and Canada, this
reminder is provided to call the system installer's attention to
Article 800-93 and Article 800-100 of the NEC (or Canadian
Electrical Code Part 1), which provides guidelines for proper
grounding of the coaxial cable shield.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove cover (or back). No user-serviceable parts
inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
This symbol is intended to alert you that uninsulated voltage
within this product may have sufficient magnitude to cause
electric shock.Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of
contact with any inside part of this product.
Ce symbole a pour but d’alerter toute personne qu’un contact
avec une pièce interne de ce produit, sous tension et non isolée,
pourrait être suffisant pour provoquer un choc électrique. Il est
donc dangereux d’être en contact avec toute pièce interne de
ce produit.
This symbol is intended to alert you of the presence
of important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying this product.
Ce symbole a pour but de vous avertir qu’une
documentation importante sur le fonctionnement et
l’entretien accompagne ce produit.
20070131 SysInstaller 800 US/Canada/Intl
U.S. Patents
A patent notice is affixed to this product. In addition, the product may also be covered
by one or more of the following patents:
4,498,169, 4,692,919, 4,748,667; 4,829,569; 4,866,770; 4,885,775; 4,888,799; 4,890,319; 4,922,456; 4,922,532; 4,924,498;
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5,991,139; 5,999,207; 6,005,631; 6,005,938; 6,016,163; 6,028,941; 6,029,046; 6,052,384; 6,055,244; 6,072,532; 6,105,134;
6,148,039; 6,157,719; 6,188,729; 6,195,389; 6,212,278; 6,215,530; 6,219,358; 6,240,103; 6,243,145; 6,246,767; 6,252,964;
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6,721,352; 6,721,956; 6,725,459; 6,738,982; 6,744,892; 6,744,967; 6,751,271; 6,760,918; 6,795,972; 6,802,077; 6,804,708;
6,811,447; 6,817,028; 6,822,972; 6,823,385; 6,832,386; 6,845,106; 6,868,473; 6,874,075; 6,889,191; 6,909,471; 6,917,622;
6,917,628; 6,922,412; 6,927,806; 6,928,656; 6,931,058; 6,937,729; 6,969,279; 6,971,008; 6,971,121; 6,978,310; 6,986,156;
6,988,900; 6,996,838; 7,010,801; 7,053,960; 7,065,213; 7,069,578; 7,069572; D348065; D354959; D359737; D363932;
D390217; D434753; D507240; D507535; D513407; D516518; RE36368; RE36988
20070417 Patents
2
Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................... 4
Change the Way You Watch TV ................................................................................... 6
Safety First ................................................................................................................... 6
Serial Number............................................................................................................... 6
In This Manual .............................................................................................................. 6
Front Panel Features .................................................................................................... 7
Back Panel Connectors ................................................................................................ 8
Connecting Your Set-Top .............................................................................................. 9
Connecting to the Home Network............................................................................... 10
Connections for an HDTV........................................................................................... 11
Connections for an SDTV ........................................................................................... 12
Connections for a VCR or DVD Recorder .................................................................. 13
Connecting to an HDTV with an HDMI Connector ..................................................... 14
Connecting to an HDTV with a DVI Connector........................................................... 15
Connecting to an HDTV with Component (YPbPr) Connectors ................................. 16
Connecting to a Home Theater System with Component (YPbPrb) Connectors ....... 17
Connecting to a Stereo VCR or DVD Recorder (optional).......................................... 18
Connecting to an SDTV with Component (YPbPr) Connectors.................................. 19
Connecting to an SDTV with an RCA-Type Connector .............................................. 20
Connecting to an SDTV with a Coaxial Cable ............................................................ 21
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................... 22
Avoiding Screen Burn-In............................................................................................. 22
Frequently Asked Questions....................................................................................... 23
Picture Formats .......................................................................................................... 24
Index ........................................................................................................................... 25
Compliance Information.............................................................................................. 27
3
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1)
Read these instructions.
Power Source Warning
2)
Keep these instructions.
3)
Heed all warnings.
4)
Follow all instructions.
5)
Do not use this apparatus near water.
6)
Clean only with dry cloth.
7)
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
A label on this product indicates the correct power
source for this product. Operate this product only
from an electrical outlet with the voltage and
frequency indicated on the product label. If you
are uncertain of the type of power supply to your
home or business, consult your service provider
or your local power company.
8)
9)
Do not install near any heat sources such
as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of
the polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A groundingtype plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into
your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked
on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories
specified by the manufacturer.
12)
Use only with the cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table specified
by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tipover.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods
of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Servicing is required when
the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as a power-supply cord or plug
is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain
or moisture, does not operate normally,
or has been dropped.
4
The AC inlet on the unit must remain accessible
and operable at all times.
Ground the Product
WARNING: Avoid electric shock
and fire hazard! If this product connects
to coaxial cable wiring, be sure the cable
system is grounded (earthed). Grounding
provides some protection against voltage
surges and built-up static charges.
Protect the Product from Lightning
In addition to disconnecting the AC power from the
wall outlet, disconnect the signal inputs.
Verify the Power Source from the
On/Off Power Light
When the on/off power light is not illuminated,
the apparatus may still be connected to the
power source. The light may go out when the
apparatus is turned off, regardless of whether it
is still plugged into an AC power source.
Eliminate AC Mains Overloads
WARNING: Avoid electric shock
and fire hazard! Do not overload AC
mains, outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles. For
products that require battery power or
other power sources to operate them,
refer to the operating instructions for
those products.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS, continued
Provide Ventilation and Select a
Location
• Remove all packaging material before applying
power to the product.
• Do not place this apparatus on a bed, sofa, rug,
or similar surface.
• Do not place this apparatus on an unstable
surface.
• Do not install this apparatus in an enclosure,
such as a bookcase or rack, unless the
installation provides proper ventilation.
• Do not place entertainment devices (such as
VCRs or DVDs), lamps, books, vases with
liquids, or other objects on top of this product.
• Do not block ventilation openings.
Protect from Exposure to Moisture
and Foreign Objects
WARNING: Avoid electric shock
and fire hazard! Do not expose this
product to liquids, rain, or moisture.
Service Warnings
WARNING: Avoid electric shock!
Do not open the cover of this product.
Opening or removing the cover may
expose you to dangerous voltages.
If you open the cover, your warranty
will be void. This product contains no
user-serviceable parts.
Check Product Safety
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
product, the service technician must perform
safety checks to determine that this product is in
proper operating condition.
Protect the Product When Moving It
Always disconnect the power source when moving
the apparatus or connecting or disconnecting
cables.
20080513_UL60065 for IP_US/Canada
WARNING: Avoid electric shock
and fire hazard! Unplug this product
before cleaning. Do not use a liquid
cleaner or an aerosol cleaner. Do not use
a magnetic/static cleaning device (dust
remover) to clean this product.
WARNING: Avoid electric shock
and fire hazard! Never push objects
through the openings in this product.
Foreign objects can cause electrical
shorts that can result in electric shock
or fire.
5
Change the Way You Watch TV
Welcome to Internet Protocol Television (IPTV). The Cisco® CIS330 High-Definition
IPTV Set-Top with DVR brings a new set of services directly to you through your TV
and your in-home IP network. The set-top uses existing in-home network wiring and
connects to most all entertainment devices.
Available services may include some or all of the following features:
• High-Definition (HD) Video provides clearer pictures and sound when compared to
standard-definition — you won’t want to watch television any other way once you’ve
experienced HD
• Video-On-Demand (VOD) gives you access to a large library of movies and shows
that you can watch — when you want to watch them
Note: Your set-top may not support all of the above services. Contact your service
provider to find out if HD or VOD services are available and to activate the services.
Follow the instructions in this guide to install the set-top, to become familiar with the
buttons on the front panel, and to access your programming services. Then, enjoy the
features of the set-top and change the way you watch TV.
Safety First
Before using the set-top, read the Important Safety Instructions section of this guide.
Serial Number
At times, your service provider may ask for the serial number. To find the serial number
for your set-top, look on the bottom for a label. The serial number is a 9-digit numeric
code to the right of the letters “SN” on the label.
Use the space provided here to record the serial number:
____________________________________________
In This Manual
This manual provides the information you need to connect your set-top to the in-home
network and to your entertainment devices. If you are new to the world of high-definition
TV (HDTV), we provide detailed information on HDTV, picture formats, and troubleshooting
at the end of this manual.
6
Front Panel Features
POWER
1
LINK
2
HD
3
RECORD
4
OK
MENU
5
6
7
8
9
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1 Power
Turns the set-top on or places it in standby mode. The LED is green
2 Link
Indicates network link status. The LED is green
3 HD
Indicates that a high-definition program is in progress. The LED is blue
4 Record
Indicates that a recording is in progress. The LED is red
5 IR Sensor
Receives the infrared signal from the remote control. The sensor is
behind the front panel
6 Menu
Accesses the on-screen menu
7 Arrow Keys
Accesses on-screen services (such as the on-screen guide,
video-on-demand, or pay-per-view) and navigates menus
8 OK
Selects the current item
9 USB Port
USB connector
7
Back Panel Connectors
Note: Image may vary from actual product.
L
Pb
NETWORK
USB
1
2
Pr
3
4
R
Y
S-VIDEO
5
VIDEO
OUT
6
AUDIO
OUT
OPTICAL
7
8
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
9
10 11
1 Network
Connect to the Ethernet (CAT-5) network in your home, if applicable
2 USB Port
USB connector
3 HDMI
Connect an HDTV HDMI™ (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
cable from the HDTV to the HDMI port. HDMI supports both digital
audio and video
4 YPbPr
Connect the set-top to the component video input (YPbPr) on the
HDTV
5 S-Video
Connect an S-Video cable to send an S-Video signal to your TV or
VCR. This signal is standard definition but higher quality than other
SDTV connections
6 Video Out
Connect to either a VCR or connect to another set of inputs
(composite) on your HDTV or SDTV
Note: Two video output connectors are provided. Typically, one
output is connected to the TV, and the other output is used to
connect to a home theater system, DVD recorder, or VCR
7 Audio Out
(L/R)
Connect RCA-type cables to Audio Out to send analog audio
signals (left and right) to a TV with stereo inputs or to a stereo
amplifier
Note: Two sets of audio out connectors are provided. Typically, one
set of outputs is connected to the TV, and the other set is used to
connect to a home theater system, DVD recorder, or VCR
8 Optical
Connect an optical cable to send a digital audio signal to a
surround-sound receiver or other digital audio device
9 To TV*
Connect to TV. This is a channel 3/4 output. You must set the
(Video Out) channel on your TV to the correct channel (either channel 3 or 4)
10 To Wall*
(Video In)
Connect the set-top to in-house coaxial wiring, if applicable.
This signal is used to receive an Ethernet-over-coaxial signal.
11 Power
Connect the DC output of the AC power adapter (provided) to
deliver power to the set-top
* May not be available on all models.
8
Connecting Your Set-Top
To connect your set-top to your network and home entertainment devices, complete
these steps.
1
Because the connections
16
4
for a high-definition (HD)
or
3
9
or standard-definition (SD)
TV are different, you must
determine if your TV is
HD or SD. Your TV must
receive HD signals for you to enjoy the benefits of HDTV. Refer to the
manual that came with your TV for more information. See page 23 for
more information on picture formats.
Make one of the following connections to your home network:
2
• If your home network uses coaxial cable, use the TO WALL connector
on the set-top.
• If your home network uses twisted pair cable (phone line wiring), use
the TO WALL connector on the set-top and an adapter that converts
twisted pair to coaxial cable.
• If your home network uses Ethernet (CAT-5) cable, use the NETWORK
connector on the set-top.
Note: See page 10 for examples.
Make the connections for your TV and/or VCR as follows:
3
• If you are using an HDTV, see page 11 and the connection diagrams
in this guide.
• If you are using an SDTV, see page 12 and the connection diagrams
in this guide.
• If you want to archive some programs to VCR tape or recordable DVD,
see page 13 and the connection diagrams in this guide.
4
Identify the additional devices
you will connect to the set-top
and TV. See pages 14 through
21 and the related user guides
for more information.
VCR
DVD
Home Theater
Other
Plug the set-top and the TV into an AC power source that is not
controlled by a switch.
5
For further instructions on completing your setup, refer to the IP
device user guide available from your service provider.
9
Connecting to the Home Network
The following diagrams illustrate examples of the connections you can use to
connect your set-top to your in-home network. Contact your service provider for the
recommended connection method for your home.
Note: The in-home coaxial and phoneline wiring networks use HomePNA™ 3.1
technology
Coaxial
Twisted Pair
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
CAT-5
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
OR
Adapter
NETWORK
USB
OR
Wall
Wall
Wall
In-Home
Coaxial
Network
In-Home
Twisted Pair
Network
In-Home
CAT-5
Network
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10
Connections for an HDTV
To use the set-top with an HDTV, you must make one of the following connections
to view the HD content. Refer to your TV user guide and the cabling diagrams in this
guide for more detailed connection information.
Notes:
• The labeling on your set-top or HDTV may vary slightly.
• Some cables shown in the connection diagrams may not be included with this set-top.
AUDIO
OUT
See the connection diagram on page 15 for an
example.
RGB
Pb
Y
R
Y
Pb
Pr
Pr
See the connection diagram on page 16 for an
example.
Some HDTVs have only RGB or RGB-HV
connectors. If you have one of these HDTVs, you
need an RGB adapter. Check with your service
provider for information about acquiring an RGB
adapter, or you can purchase the adapter at your
local electronics supplier.
L
Video
Note: Set the HD mode and select the output video
format (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i) on the set-top that
matches the full capabilities of your HDTV.
R
DVI
AUDIO
OUT
L
R
Pb
Y
Audio
YPbPr
The YPbPr connectors provides high-definition
component video signals to an HDTV.
L
L
R
R
Video
Note: The DVI port on the TV must support highbandwidth digital content protection (HDCP).
Adapter
Needed
Video
Note: The HDMI port on the TV must support highbandwidth digital content protection (HDCP).
Audio
The HDMI connector provides both a digital video
and audio connection. See the connection diagram
on page 14 for an example.
The HDMI connector provides the connection to an
HDTV with a DVI input. If your HDTV has a Digital
Visual Interface (DVI) connector, you need an HDMIto-DVI adapter, and you need to connect a separate
audio connection.
HDTV
Connections
Audio/Video
Set-Top
Connections
Pr
G
H
B
V
Adapter
Needed
AUDIO
OUT
L
R
Audio
DVI
HDMI
Required Connections to an HDTV (use one)
L
R
11
Connections for an SDTV
When using the set-top with an SDTV, you must make one of the following connections
to view content. Some SDTVs may not have all these connections. Refer to your TV user
guides and the cabling diagrams in this guide for more detailed information.
Notes:
• The labeling on your set-top or SDTV may vary slightly.
• Some cables shown in the connection diagrams may not be included with this set-top.
Set-Top
Connections
Pb
Y
Video
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
Video Out
L
VIDEO
OUT
The Video Out connector provides a video connection
to an SDTV. A separate audio connection is also
needed.
AUDIO
OUT
To TV (Video Out)
L
12
R
The To TV (Video Out) connector provides a video
and audio connection to an SDTV. You must set
the channel on your TV to either channel 3 or
channel 4.
Audio
L
Video
AUDIO
OUT
Audio
The S-Video Out connection provides an optimal
video connection to SDTVs. A separate audio
connection is also needed.
Pr
L
R
TO TV
(VIDEO OUT)
R
S-VIDEO
IN
L
Video
S-Video
See the connection diagram on page 19 for an
example.
Y
Pb
Pr
Audio
YPbPr
The YPbPr connectors provide standard-definition
component video signals to an SDTV.
Note: To connect YPbPr to an SDTV, you must set
the set-top to an output video format that matches
the capabilities of your HDTV (typically only 480i).
HDTV
Connections
Audio/Video
Required Connections to an SDTV (use one)
R
VIDEO
IN
L
R
CABLE IN/
ANT IN
Connections for a VCR or DVD Recorder
When using the receiver with a VCR or DVD recorder, you must make one of the
following connections to view content.
Notes:
• The labeling on your set-top, VCR, or DVD Recorder may vary slightly.
• Some cables shown in the connection diagrams may not be included with this set-top.
AUDIO
OUT
Video Out
L
For VCRs or DVD Recorders with Video and Left
and Right audio connectors, you can use the Video
Out and the Audio Out connectors (Left and Right)
on the set-top.
R
VIDEO
OUT
See the connection diagram on page 18 for an
example.
AUDIO
OUT
L
Video
Audio
S-VIDEO
HDTV
Connections
S-VIDEO
IN
L
Video
For VCRs with S-Video and Left and Right audio
connectors, you can use the S-Video Out and
the Audio Out Left and Right connectors on the
set-top.
Set-Top
Connections
Audio
S-Video
Optional Connections to a VCR or DVD Recorder
(use one)
R
VIDEO
IN
L
R
R
13
Connecting to an HDTV
with an HDMI Connector
Cable Used in this Configuration
• 1 HDMI-to-HDMI Cable
Note: The HDMI port on the TV must support high-bandwidth digital content protection
(HDCP).
WARNING:
Electric shock hazard! Unplug all electronic devices before connecting or
disconnecting any device cables to the set-top.
CIS330
L
Pb
NETWORK
Pr
USB
R
Y
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
OPTICAL
Back of HDTV
AUDIO
CENTER
CHANNEL IN
ON
HDMI
OFF
AUDIO IN
DVI/HDCP
S-VIDEO
R
L
ANT (75 )
VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
L/
MONO
AUDIO
PB
L
PR
AUDIO
Y
L/
MONO
PB
L
R
PR
AUDIO
ANT-1
OUT
R
R
R
HD 1
IN
HD 2
IN
OUT
IN
ANT-2
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Note: Image may vary from actual product.
14
Connecting to an HDTV
with a DVI Connector
Cables Used in this Configuration
• 1 HDMI-to-DVI Cable or 1 HDMI-to-HDMI Cable and 1 HDMI-to-DVI Adapter
• 1 Set Audio Left/Right Cables
Tips:
• The DVI port on the TV must support high-bandwidth digital content protection (HDCP).
• When you connect the HDMI connector to the DVI connector on your HDTV, you
need an HDMI-to-DVI adapter, and you need a separate audio connection.
WARNING:
Electric shock hazard! Unplug all electronic devices before connecting or
disconnecting any device cables to the set-top.
CIS330
L
Pb
NETWORK
Pr
USB
R
Y
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
OPTICAL
Back of HDTV
AUDIO
CENTER
CHANNEL IN
ON
DVI/HDCP
IN
OFF
AUDIO IN
DVI/HDCP
S-VIDEO
R
L
ANT (75 )
VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
L/
MONO
AUDIO
PB
L
PR
AUDIO
Y
L/
MONO
PB
L
R
PR
AUDIO
ANT-1
OUT
R
R
R
HD 1
IN
HD 2
IN
OUT
IN
ANT-2
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Note: Image may vary from actual product.
15
Connecting to an HDTV
with Component (YPbPr) Connectors
Cables Used in this Configuration
• 1 Set Component Video Cables (YPbPr)
• 1 Set Audio Left/Right Cables
WARNING:
Electric shock hazard! Unplug all electronic devices before connecting or
disconnecting any device cables to the set-top.
CIS330
L
Pb
Pr
NETWORK
USB
R
Y
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
Back of
HDTV
OPTICAL
AUDIO
CENTER
CHANNEL IN
ON
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
HDMI
OFF
AUDIO IN
DVI/HDCP
S-VIDEO
R
L
ANT (75 )
VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
L/
MONO
AUDIO
PB
L
PR
AUDIO
Y
L/
MONO
PB
L
R
PR
AUDIO
ANT-1
OUT
R
R
R
HD 2
HD 1
IN
IN
OUT
IN
ANT-2
T13214
Note: Image may vary from actual product.
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Connecting to a Home Theater System
with Component (YPbPr) Connectors
Cables Used in this Configuration
• 3 Sets Component Video Cables (YPbPr)
• 2 Sets Audio Left/Right Cables (you can also use optical cables instead of the
Audio Left/Right Cables as shown in the diagram, indicated by dotted lines)
• 1 RCA-type Video Cable
Note: This connection assumes that audio is provided by the home theater speakers.
CIS330
L
Pb
Y
Pr
NETWORK
R
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
USB
AUDIO
OUT
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
OPTICAL
OR
Back of Home
Theater Receiver
WARNING:
DIGITAL
AUDIO
Electric shock hazard!
Unplug all electronic
devices before connecting
or disconnecting any
device cables to the set-top.
TV/CABLE
TV/CABLE
DVD
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 1
COMPONENT VIDEO
Y
Y
Y
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
PB
PB
PB
PR
PR
PR
2
MONITOR
S-VIDEO
OUT
3
L
L
L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
R
1
COMPONENT VIDEO
Y
MONITOR
IN
R
OUT
2
IN
4
Back of Home Theater Receiver
DIGITAL
AUDIO
DVD
1
VIDEO OUT
OUT
R
Back of Home Theater Receiver
DIGITAL
AUDIO
TV/CABLE
DVD
VIDEO 1
COMPONENT VIDEO
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
PB
PB
PB
PR
PR
PR
MONITOR
1
1
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
PB
PB
PB
PR
PR
PR
S-VIDEO
OUT
2
L
AUDIO
R
R
AUDIO
IN
R
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L
L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
R
R
L
L
1
4
AUDIO
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
OUT
2
IN
OUT
VIDEO OUT
IN
R
IN
OUT
2
OUT
VIDEO OUT
R
Back
of DVD
Player
OR
ON
1
4
Back of
HDTV
AUDIO
CENTER
CHANNEL IN
S-VIDEO
OUT
3
3
L
S-VIDEO
2
HDMI
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OFF
AUDIO OUT
R
L
Y
PB
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO IN
DVI/HDCP
S-VIDEO
R
L
ANT (75 )
VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
L/
MONO
AUDIO
PB
L
PR
AUDIO
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
Y
L/
MONO
PB
L
R
PR
AUDIO
VIDEO-1
IN
OUT
R
HD 1
HD 2
IN
OUT
IN
PR
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT/
PROGRESSIVE SCAN
ANT-1
R
R
S-VIDEO
OUT
ANT-2
Note: Image
may vary from
actual product.
T13215
17
Connecting to a Stereo VCR or DVD Recorder
(optional)
This connection, in addition to some other connections to the TV, allows you to record
and play back programming on your VCR.
Cables Used in this Configuration
• 1 RCA-type Video Cable
• 1 Set Audio Left/Right Cables
Note: This connection does not provide an HD signal to the TV. You must use one of
the video connections shown on pages 14-16 or page 19 in addition to this connection
to obtain an HD signal to the TV.
WARNING:
Electric shock hazard! Unplug all electronic devices before connecting or
disconnecting any device cables to the set-top.
Connecting your TV directly to the Audio/Video output of your set-top will
assure a more vivid picture and enhance your viewing enjoyment.
CIS330
L
Pb
Pr
NETWORK
USB
R
Y
S-VIDEO
Back of
Stereo VCR
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
OPTICAL
RF IN
L
VIDEO
IN
R
AUDIO
IN
L
VIDEO
OUT
R
AUDIO
OUT
RF OUT
T13216
Note: Image may vary from actual product.
18
Connecting to an SDTV
with Component (YPbPr) Connectors
Cables Used in this Configuration
• 1 Component Video Cable (YPbPr)
• 1 Set Audio Left/Right Cables
Note: The set-top must be set to the proper output mode, typically 480i or 480p.
WARNING:
Electric shock hazard! Unplug all electronic devices before connecting or
disconnecting any device cables to the set-top.
CIS330
L
Pb
Pr
NETWORK
USB
R
Y
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
OPTICAL
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
Back of SDTV
RF IN
Y
L
PB
PR
VIDEO
IN
R
AUDIO
IN
L
VIDEO
OUT
R
AUDIO
OUT
RF OUT
T13217
Note: Image may vary from actual product.
19
Connecting to an SDTV
with an RCA-Type Connector
Cables Used in this Configuration
• 1 RCA-type Video Cable
• 1 Set Audio Left/Right Cables
WARNING:
Electric shock hazard! Unplug all electronic devices before connecting or
disconnecting any device cables to the set-top.
CIS330
L
Pb
Pr
NETWORK
USB
Back of
SDTV
R
Y
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
OUT
LEFT
OUT IN
AUDIO
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
IN
OPTICAL
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
CABLE/
ANTENNA
AUDIO
OUT IN
RIGHT
T13218
Note: Image may vary from actual product.
20
Connecting to an SDTV with a Coaxial Cable
Cable Used in this Configuration
• 1 Coaxial cable with standard F connectors
Note: You must set the channel on your TV to the correct channel (either channel 3 or
channel 4). Contact your service provider for the channel information.
WARNING:
Electric shock hazard! Unplug all electronic devices before connecting or
disconnecting any device cables to the set-top.
CIS330
L
Pb
Pr
NETWORK
USB
R
Y
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
OPTICAL
TO TV
TO WALL
(VIDEO OUT) (VIDEO IN) POWER
Back of
SDTV
RF IN
Y
L
PB
PR
VIDEO
IN
R
AUDIO
IN
L
VIDEO
OUT
R
AUDIO
OUT
RF OUT
T13219
Note: Image may vary from actual product.
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Troubleshooting
If the set-top does not perform as expected, the following tips may help. If you need
further assistance, contact your service provider.
No Picture
• Verify that the power to your TV is turned on and the Link light is lit.
• If the set-top is plugged into a wall switch, verify that the switch is in the ON position.
• Verify that all cables are properly connected.
• If your system includes a VCR or stereo, verify that you have properly connected
them to the set-top.
• Verify the proper input selection to the home theater receiver or TV.
• Verify that the set-top is set to the proper screen type and resolution.
• If you are using coaxial cable to connect to your TV, verify that the TV is tuned to the
correct channel.
No Color or Incorrect Color
• Verify that the current TV program is broadcast in color.
• Adjust the TV color controls.
• If you are using a component video connection (YPbPr), check that all connectors
are completely and properly plugged into the set-top and TV.
• If you are using a component video connection (YPbPr) and your HDTV only has RGB
or RGB-HV connectors, you must use an adapter. Contact your service provider for
more information.
No Sound
• If your setup includes a VCR or stereo, verify that you have properly connected
them to the set-top.
• Verify that the volume is turned up.
• Verify that the mute function is not on.
• Verify the proper input selection to the home theater receiver or TV.
• If you are using coaxial cable to connect to your TV, verify that the TV is tuned to the
correct channel.
Avoiding Screen Burn-In
Images such as letterbox bars or side bars, bright closed-captioning backgrounds, station
logos, or any other stationary images may cause the display in your HDTV to age
unevenly; this is known as screen burn-in. Refer to the user guide that came with your
HDTV for more information.
CAUTION:
Avoid screen burn-in. Do not display the same fixed images on your HDTV
screen for extended periods of time.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Digital Television?
Digital television (DTV) is a huge leap forward in television technology compared to
analog television that has been widely available since the 1940s. DTV is delivered and
displayed using digital encoding, similar to the way a PC operates. By using digital
technology, there is no variation in picture and sound quality from the origination point
until it is displayed on your television. You always receive a high-quality picture without
the wavy lines or static you might sometimes get from a weak analog signal. Another
feature of digital television is digital surround sound using Dolby™ Digital technology,
which is the same technology used to produce the sound you hear in movie theaters.
What Is Standard-Definition Television?
Standard-definition television (SDTV) is basic digital television programming delivered
by your service provider. Typically, the SDTV screen is the same, nearly square
shape as an analog television screen. Digital images on an SDTV set are crisp and
clear—noticeably better than on a standard analog television set using an antenna to
receive over-the-air signals.
What Is High-Definition Television?
High-definition television (HDTV) is a completely new way to send and receive
television broadcast signals. HDTV images are made up of pixels that are much
smaller and closer together than those used in standard analog television, and there
are millions of them. Thus, HDTV can display five to six times the detail of analog
television to deliver picture quality that is much more realistic, dimensional, and
precise. SDTV programs can be viewed on an HDTV.
Are Local TV Stations or Other Programmers Broadcasting
in HDTV?
Many local TV stations and programmers are transmitting digital signals. However,
transmitting a digital signal does not mean transmitting an HDTV signal. Some
stations are using the new bandwidth to broadcast several standard-definition
channels. Most stations and programmers, once they begin broadcasting in digital,
are offering HD content from their parent network (for example, CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox,
CW, and PBS). Contact your service provider for more information.
Why Aren’t All the Shows I Watch in High-Definition?
A high-definition program must originate in HD format and be broadcast in HD format.
Having an HDTV system does not mean that everything you watch will be viewed in
high-definition. Getting the signal from a digital source also does not mean it is
high-definition.
Why Are Some HDTVs 4:3 Aspect Ratio and Others 16:9?
The aspect ratios differ because television manufacturers build both standard-screen
and wide-screen HDTVs to appeal to consumer viewing preferences. The two aspect
ratios are as follows:
• On standard-screen (4:3) HDTVs, the programming is displayed in letterbox format
in the middle of the screen. There are bars surrounding the picture.
• On wide-screen (16:9) HDTVs, the programming is displayed on the full screen.
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Picture Formats
What Is the Difference Between a Standard-Screen and a
Wide-Screen HDTV?
The type of screen your HDTV has (wide-screen or standard-screen) determines how
the set-top displays programs on the screen. The picture format for an HDTV is a
combination of aspect ratio and screen resolution and is different for standard-screen
and wide-screen HDTVs.
What Is Aspect Ratio?
An aspect ratio is the ratio of the width to the height of the TV screen. The aspect
ratios differ because the television industry manufactures both standard-screen and
wide-screen HDTVs to appeal to consumer viewing preferences.
What Is the Screen Resolution?
The screen resolution indicates the amount of detail that the picture displays.
Resolution is identified by the number of display lines on the screen. The techniques
that an HDTV uses to “paint” the picture on the screen are referred to as progressive
and interlaced.
With the progressive method, every pixel on the screen is refreshed simultaneously.
The interlace method involves refreshing pixels in alternation — first the odd lines
and then the even lines.
For advance setup, select the scan modes that your TV can support. Refer to your
HDTV user guide to choose the proper scan rates (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i) for your
setup.
For example, a resolution of 1080i indicates that the screen shows 1080 lines in
an interlaced display, and 720p indicates that the screens shows 720 lines in a
progressive display.
Note: The screen resolution is sometimes referred to as the scan rate. The terms are
interchangeable.
A standard-screen HDTV has a 4x3
aspect ratio. The screen is 4 units
wide for every 3 units tall.
A wide-screen HDTV is one-third wider than
a standard-screen HDTV. The screen is 16
units wide for every 9 units tall.
16
4
3
A screen resolution of 480i fills the
screen.
24
9
A screen resolution of 720p or 1080i fills the
screen.
Index
D
A
AC Power input
Arrow keys
Diagrams. See Connecting the set-top to
other devices
8
7
Aspect ratio
Audio Out
Digital TV, What is it
23, 24
DVI connector
8, 11, 12
23
11, 15
E
B
Back panel
Ethernet network
8
Burn-in of screen
22
F
Buttons. See Front panel
FAQs
C
Cables
CAT-5
8, 9, 10
9, 10, 13-21
23
FCC compliance
27
Formats, picture
24
Frequently Asked Questions. See FAQs
9, 10
Coaxial Cable Input
8, 9, 10, 21
Coaxial network connection
Compliance, FCC
Front panel
7
10
H
27
Component video connection. See YPbPr
HD
format
Connectors
23-24
See also Front panel; Back panel
HDTV broadcasting
required for HDTV
11
HDTV, What is it
required for SDTV
12
VCR
indicator
HDMI
13, 18
Connecting the set-top to other devices
23
23
7
8, 11, 14, 15
High-definition. See HD
Component input
YPbPr) 11, 12, 16, 17, 19
Home theater system connection
DVI connector
11, 15
I
DVD recorder
13, 17
Interlaced scan rate
HDMI connector
11, 14
IR sensor
K
SDTV
Keys. See Front panel
S-Video
VCR
24
7
Home Theater System with
component input (YPbPr) 17
12, 19, 20, 21
17
12
13, 17
N
Connection
Network
9, 10
Home Network 10
Set-Top
9
Controls. See Front panel
O
Optical Audio Output
8, 17
25
Index, continued
P
T
Picture formats
23-24
To Wall (Video In) connector
Ports. See Connectors
To TV (Video Out) connector
Power
Troubleshooting
7, 8
Programs, view
22, 23, 24
Progressive scan rate
8, 12, 20
22
TV
24
digital, what is it
formats
R
23
9, 24
HDTV, what is it
RGB connector
8, 10
11
23
programming
resolution
S
23
23-24
screen size. See aspect ratio
S-Video
8, 12
S-Video In
Safety
standard-screen
12
2, 4-5
Scan rates
wide-screen
U
burn-in
22
resolution
USB port
7, 8
24
23-24
V
SD
Mode
23-24
24
Screen
size
23-24
standard-definition, what is it
VCR connection
9, 12, 23
TV, What is it
Video In
23
6
Sound, troubleshooting
22
Standard-definition TV, What is it
Standard-screen TV
See To Wall
Video Out
Serial number, locating
23-24
See To TV
View programs
23
13, 18
21-24
W
Watch TV
22
Wide-screen TV
23-24
Y
YPbPr
connector
8, 11, 12
HDTV connection 11, 16, 17
home theater connection
SDTV connection
26
17
12, 19-21
23
Compliance Information
United States FCC Compliance
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
such interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment OFF and ON, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna, if applicable.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the cable company or an experienced radio/television
technician for help.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by
Scientific-Atlanta, Inc., could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
The information shown in the FCC Declaration of Conformity
paragraph below is a requirement of the FCC and is intended to
supply you with information regarding the FCC approval of this
device. The phone numbers listed are for FCC-related questions
only and not intended for questions regarding the connection
or operation for this device. Please contact your cable service
provider for any questions you may have regarding the operation
or installation of this device.
AVC VIDEO LICENSE
With respect to each AVC/H.264 product, we are obligated to
provide the following notice:
THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC PATENT PORTFOLIO
LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A
CONSUMER TO (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AVC
STANDARD (“AVC VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODE AVC VIDEO THAT
WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND
NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO
PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE AVC VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS
GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, L.L.C.
SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM.
Accordingly, please be advised that service providers, content
providers, and broadcasters are required to obtain a separate use
license from MPEG LA prior to any use of AVC/H.264 encoders
and/or decoders.
Macrovision Copyright Notice
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is
protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing
uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Trademarks
Cisco, Cisco Systems, the Cisco logo, the Cisco Systems logo,
and Scientific Atlanta are registered trademarks or trademarks
of Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and certain
other countries.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
HDMI, the HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface
are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing
LLC.
HomePNA is a trademark of HomePNA Alliance.
FCC Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) the device may not cause harmful interference, and 2)
the device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
CIS330 High-Definition IPTV Set-Top
Model CIS330
Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.;
5030 Sugarloaf Parkway;
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30044; USA
Telephone 770-236-1077
All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property
of their respective owners.
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or patent, whether or not the use of any information in this
document employs an invention claimed in any existing or later
issued patent.
Copyright
© 2007-2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Canada EMI Regulation
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la class B est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
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© 2007-2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
June 2008
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