ConneCtion with SiGnal SwitCh StandaRd

ConneCtion with SiGnal SwitCh StandaRd
Connection with
Signal Switch
Standard
Connection
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Connection Guide
Digital Decoder
1.Connect main cable to “IN” on the splitter.
2.Connect a coaxial cable to one of the two “OUT”
terminals on the splitter. Then connect to “CABLE IN” on
the digital decoder.
3.Connect the coaxial cable supplied with the digital
decoder to “TO TV/VCR” on the digital decoder. Then
connect to “ANTENNA TV” on the VCR.
4.Connect a coaxial cable to “TV OUT” on the VCR. Then
connect to “B IN” on the cable switch.
5.Connect a coaxial cable to the remaining “OUT” terminal
on the splitter. Then connect to “A IN” on the cable
switch.
6.Connect a coaxial cable to “OUT” on the cable switch.
Then connect to “VHF/UHF” on the television.
1.Connect the main cable to the “CABLE IN” on the digital
decoder.
2.Connect the coaxial cable supplied with the digital
decoder to “TO TV/VCR” on the digital decoder and then
to “ANTENNA IN” on the VCR.
3.Connect the coaxial cable supplied with the VCR to
“VHF/UHF” on the television set.
Note: You will only be able to record the channel
you are watching. The TV and VCR must be tuned
to channel 3.
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Note: This connection allows you to record one
channel while watching another.
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Connection
with Splitter
REMINDER
Troubleshooting your new digital decoder:
1.Make sure all of your components are properly
connected.
2.Make sure the short black connector cable* is still in
place (on decoder models DCT 2000 and DCT 2500
only).
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Connection
with RCA Cable
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Connection with
«Composite» Type Cables for
High-Definition Decoder
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3.In the case of a standard connection, make sure your
VCR and TV are tuned to channel 3.
4.In the case of a connection with RCA cabling, make sure
that your VCR is in auxiliary mode.
5.If a problem persists, connect the main input cable
directly to your television. If the service is working,
one of the components is defective.
6.However, if the cable service appears to be out of order,
contact the Cablevision Repair Service at 1-800-567-6353.
For Technical Information
regarding the installation of your digital decoder,
contact the Cablevision Repair Service:
1-800-567-6353 or technique@cablevision.qc.ca.
Good luck!
*Important
Never remove the short black connector cable.
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1.Connect the main cable to “IN” on the splitter.
1.Connect the main cable to “IN” on the splitter.
2.Connect a coaxial cable to one of the two “OUT”
terminals on the splitter. Then connect to “CABLE IN” on
the digital decoder.
2.Connect a coaxial cable to one of the two “OUT”
terminals on the splitter. Then connect to “CABLE IN” on
the digital decoder.
3.Connect the coaxial cable supplied with the digital
decoder to “TO TV/VCR” on the digital decoder. Then
connect to “ANTENNA IN” on the VCR.
3.Connect a coaxial cable to the remaining “OUT” terminal
on the splitter. Then connect to “ANTENNA” on the
television.
4.Connect your VCR coaxial cable to “TV OUT” on the
VCR. Then connect to “B” on the television.
4.RCA cable: A = red, B = white, C = yellow. Connect
the RCA cables A, B and C according to the above
diagram, namely from “OUT” on the decoder to “IN” on
the VCR, and then from “OUT” on the VCR to “IN” on the
television. Each RCA cable must be inserted in the input/
output terminal of the same colour.
5.Connect a coaxial cable to the remaining “OUT” terminal
on the splitter. Then connect to “A” on the television.
Note: This will allow you to record one channel
while watching another.
1.First, connect the coaxial cable from the wall to the “IN”
terminal on the digital decoder.
2.Plug your decoder into the power outlet and turn it on.
3.Connect the second “OUT” to “IN” on your television.
4.Connect all the “AUDIO OUT” (red-white) terminals
on your digital decoder to the “AUDIO IN” (red-white)
terminals on your television.
5.Connect all the “VIDEO OUT” (green-blue-red) terminals
on your decoder to the “VIDEO IN” (green-blue-red)
terminals on your television, using the “COMPOSITE”
cables.
Note: This installation allows you to record one
channel while watching another. However, VCR
must be set at auxiliary.
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