Connecting a Cable TV Set-top Box (Converter Box) to a Non

Connecting a Cable TV Set-top Box (Converter Box) to a Non
 Connecting a Cable TV Set‐top Box (Converter Box) to a Non‐Digital TV Option 1: Using Coax Cable Only  Disconnect the coax cable presently connected to the TV.  Connect that same cable end to the “Cable In” on the Converter Box.  Using another coax (jumper) cable, connect the “RF Out” or “To TV/VCR” on the Converter Box to the RF input on the TV. Set your TV on Ch. 3 (your TV will stay on 3 and you will change channels on your Converter Box).  Use the remote control that came with the Converter Box to change channels on the box. (Depending on the make, model & age of your TV, you may also be able to program the converter remote to control audio levels on your TV – refer to remote for instructions.) Coax Cable Option 2: Composite Video If your TV has Composite Video inputs, you can use these connections for better picture quality.  Disconnect the coax cable presently connected to the TV.  Connect that end to the “Cable In” on the Converter Box. Using a composite cable (shown below), connect the yellow end to the Converter Box “Video” out, the white end to “L Audio Out” or “L To TV” and the red to the “R Audio Out” or “R ToTV”.  Connect the other end of the composite cable to the corresponding video inputs on the TV.  Next, select the correct input/source on the TV. This is typically “Video 1” and can usually be found by pressing “input” or “source” on your TV’s remote control.  Now use the remote control that came with the Converter Box to change channels. If you have no picture or a message that says “no signal”, your TV is not set on the correct input. Composite Video Cable 
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