Quick Start Guide Pace TDC775D

Quick Start Guide Pace TDC775D
Quick Start Guide
Pace TDC775D
CONNECTING THE EQUIPMENT
This Quick Start Guide shows two connection setups, which show various ways of setting up your Pace TDC775D with your other equipment. The solid lines
show recommended connections, while the dashed lines show optional or alternate connections.
Choose the setup that closest matches your available equipment.
Setup 1:TDC775D with HDTV and VCR
RF cable
VCR
HDTV
TV / RF
OUT
ANTENNA/
RF IN
In Setup 1, connect your set-top to your TV via either an HDMI
connector, or via component video connectors.
Connect the baseband audio cables to your TV as shown.
The RF connection and VCR are optional.
ANTENNA/
RF IN
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
Y
RF
cable
PB/CB
WARNINGS
PR/CR
Do not connect your set-top (or any other equipment such
as a TV or VCR) to the AC power supply until you have
properly connected all the other cables Disconnect your settop from the AC power supply before you disconnect any
other equipment from its rear panel.
L AUDIO
IN
R AUDIO
IN
Component
video
cables
HDMI
Baseband audio
cables
HDMI cable
The only way to disconnect your set-top from the AC power
supply is to remove the AC power cord (or switch the wall
socket-outlet switch, if present, to its OFF position). Your
set-top must therefore be installed near to the AC power
socket-outlet, which should be easily accessible.
TDC775D
CABLE INPUT
Setup 2:TDC775D with home theater receiver (or audio decoder), HDTV and VCR
RF cable
HDTV
Baseband video cable
VCR
TV / RF
OUT
ANTENNA/
RF IN
VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT
LEFT
AUDIO IN
LEFT
AUDIO OUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
RIGHT
AUDIO IN
RIGHT
AUDIO OUT
Y
LEFT
AUDIO IN
PB/CB
RIGHT
AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
ANTENNA/
RF IN
PR/CR
Baseband
audio cables
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
AUDIO IN
RF
cable
L AUDIO
IN
HDMI
R AUDIO
IN
The POWER OUTLET plug is designed only for connection to the AC
power cord for a TV. The maximum power it can supply is 500 watts.
Do not connect any equipment that uses more than 500 watts, or any
non-TV equipment such as a toaster or hair drier.
DIGITAL
COAXIAL
AUDIO IN
LEFT RIGHT
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
IN
HOME THEATER
Baseband audio
and video cables
Coaxial/optical
digital audio cable
Component
video cables
HDMI cable
TDC775D
CABLE INPUT
In Setup 2, connect your set-top to your TV via either an HDMI
connector, or via component video connectors.
Connect your set-top to your home theater receiver (or audio
decoder) via either an optical digital audio cable or a coaxial
audio cable.
Connect your VCR to your other equipment via baseband audio
and video cables as shown.
The RF connection is optional.
The CABLE IN connector is designed for
connection to a cable network only.
You must not connect any other
equipment, such as a VCR, to this input.
POWER INPUT
Quick Start Guide
Pace TDC775D
SAFETY & VENTILATION INFORMATION
Connecting to the Power Supply
• Do not cover or block the slots and ventilation openings
on your set-top. Never stand your set-top on soft
furnishings or carpets.
• Before you connect your set-top to a wall
outlet, connect the polarized socket on the
power cord into the plug labeled “POWER
INPUT” on your set-top’s rear panel.
• Do not install your set-top near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus that
produce heat.
• To allow sufficient ventilation, maintain a minimum
distance of 3 inches around your set-top.
3 inches
3 inches
3 inches
• Do not place your set-top in an unventilated cabinet or
on top of a unit which emits heat (e.g. a TV).
• Connect the polarized plugs on the power
cords from your set-top, VCR and any other
equipment into AC wall outlets. If these
outlets have switches, switch them to ON.
• Do not allow anything to drip or splash onto your set-top.
Do not place anything on top of your set-top.
You should also refer to Important Safety Instructions in your Pace TDC775D Operator’s Manual.
TURNING YOUR SET-TOP ON AND OFF
To turn on your set-top,
press the power button.
The light beside the
button lightens blue.
To turn your set-top on, press the button labeled power on the front panel. Do not unplug
your set-top at the wall AC outlet (or do not switch it off there, if the outlet has a switch).
To turn your set-top on or off at any time, press the power button on its front panel or the
POWER button on the remote control (making sure the remote control is set to control the
set-top).
SETTING UP YOUR TDC775D FOR YOUR TV
power button
You should make the correct HDTV settings to ensure your set-top is compatible with your
HDTV or TV.
1. Make sure that your set-top is switched on.
menu button
front panel display
2. Press and hold down the power button on your set-top, then within 1 second, press the menu button.
The front panel displays “ASPt” as shown right. You should also see the HD Power Menu, shown in the illustration below,
on your TV screen. If you cannot see this menu, see your Operator’s Manual for instructions on how to use the front
panel display to make HDTV settings. (Once you have made the correct settings, the HD Power menus will display.)
Use the and buttons to select an item to change or to return to the previous menu. Use the and buttons to
view and highlight the settings and press select to choose the setting you want. See the illustration below or for more
information see your Operator’s Manual.
The HDTV settings you can change are:
Pace Power Menu
TV Aspect Capability
TV Display Capability
Auto Pillarbox
Closed Captions
Front Panel Settings
Restore Defaults
TV Aspect Ratio
4:3
16:9
TV Aspect Ratio
4:3
16:9
Pace Power Menu
TV Aspect Capability
TV Display Capability
Auto Pillarbox
Closed Captions
Front Panel Settings
Restore Defaults
• TV Aspect Ratio - choose your TV screen’s
width-to-height ratio, or shape;
• TV Display Capability - choose the
screen resolution(s) your TV is capable of
displaying (1080i, 720p, 480p and/or 480i);
• Auto Pillarbox - choose On or Off;
• Closed Captions - choose On or Off and
change the appearance;
• Front Panel Settings - choose Low,
Standard or High;
You can also reset the HDTV settings to the
factory defaults.
3. Once you have finished making changes, to remove the HD Power Menu, and return to normal viewing, press the power button.
FURTHER INFORMATION
For more information about your Pace TDC775D, including a “Solving Problems” section, please see your Pace TDC775D Operator’s Manual.
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