Digital Set Top Box Quick Set-Up Guide FRONT AND REAR PANEL INFORMATION Front Panel 1. Standby Indicator: Used to show the power state of the set top box, the green LED will show when turned on, when the set top box is turned oﬀ the LED will show red. 2. Remote Control Sensor: Used to receive the signal from the remote control. 3. USB Input: Used for music and photo playback and software upgrade. Rear Panel ! ! 1. RF IN : This connects to your aerial. 2. RF Loop Through : This socket passes the RF signal to either your TV or another video system. 3. COAXIAL : This socket connects to your surround sound system 4. TV Scart : This socket connects to your TV 5. Mains Cable : This is used to connect to your mains power supply. CONNECTING TO YOUR TV 1. Connect your existing external aerial to the set top box. 2. Insert one end of the scart cable into the scart socket on the set top box, then connect the other end to a scart socket on the back of your TV. 3. (Optional) Insert one end of a COAXIAL cable into the COAXIAL socket on the back of the set top box, connect the other end to the COAXIAL socket on our surround sound system. ! 4. (Optional) Insert one end of your RF loop through cable into the RF LOOP THROUGH socket on the set top box, then connect the other end into your VCR’s RF IN socket. 5. (Optional) Insert one end of your RF cable into the RF out socket on your VCR, then connect the other end into the RF in socket on the back of your TV. Easy Install – Getting Started When you switch on the set top box for the first time, the ‘Easy Install’ menu ! appears. Use the LEFT or RIGHT arrow buttons to select your region, then use the DOWN arrow to select your language. Press the DOWN arrow again to highlight SEARCH and press the OK button to begin the automatic channel search. For full instructions, please refer to the user guide.
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