Philips 20PT9007D/17, RF Cable Set-Top Box User's manual

Philips 20PT9007D/17, RF Cable Set-Top Box User's manual
Use this guide to achieve the optimal connection for each of your components.
TV can support these different types of cable connection. Please check your
device to see which one applies.
Better
Component Video
Input (CVI)
Provides superior picture quality
by separating the green, blue and
red luminance signals. Typically
used with red/white audio cables.
Basic
Basic
Composite Audio/Video
RF
Separate video (yellow) and
audio (red/white) cables that
provide a basic connection from
the set-top box and other devices.
Note: The color of audio inputs
may differ, e.g. Red/white or
red/back.
Provides a basic
connection
for antenna or cable.
Provides both audio
and video.
Connecting Set-Top Box to TV
Basic
Provides a basic
connection
for antenna or cable.
Provides both audio
and video.
Cable Signal IN
from Cable Company
0
Connect RF cable
from wall to input at
the back of the set-top
box.
Set the out channel of
the set-top box to CH 3
or 4 if available.
Press the Ana/Dig button
on the remote control to
set the TV to analog mode.
Back of Set-top Box
75 Input
TV
Use second RF cable to
connect the set-top box
to the TV input (75 ).
Note: This connection
gives mono sound. For
stereo sound use also
composite audio/video
connection (refer to
panel 2).
Set the TV to the same
channel as the set-top
box output channel.
Change the channels at
the set-top box to view
the program.
2
Connecting Input Device to TV (eg. DVD player, Digital Recorder,VCR,Video Camera, Games Console)
Component Video Input
CompositeAudio/Video
TV Jack Panel
A
C
Insert Component
Video connectors into
their corresponding
jacks on both DVD
player/DVD recorder
and TV (sometimes
labeled Y, Pb and Pr).
B
Turn on TV and DVD
player/DVD recorder.
Press the SOURCE
button on the remote
control until CVI
appears on TV screen.
D Insert a pre-recorded
Separate video (yellow) and
audio (red/white) cables that
provide a basic connection from
the set-top box and other devices.
TV
A
Connect red/white
audio cables to the
audio output jacks
on DVD player/DVD
recorder and audio
AV inputs on TV.
A
COMPONENT VIDEO
Y
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
OUT
OUT
Pb
OR
Pr
DVD into DVD player/
DVD recorder and
press PLAY to verify
correct connection.
C
C
,
Note: CVI and AV1 share the same audio channels and can t
be used at the same time. If you connect them simultaneously,
you can only hear sound coming from CVI signal.
Remote
Control
SOURCE Button
OR
Composite Audio/Video
TV Jack Panel
Basic
Composite Audio/Video
Note: The color of audio inputs
may differ, e.g. Red/white or
red/back.
A
C
Connect the video
cable (yellow) to the
VIDEO AV input on
back of TV and the
corresponding video
output on back
of VCR.
B
Connect audio cables
(red/white) to audio
AV inputs on back of
TV and the
corresponding audio
outputs (L & R) on
back of VCR.
Turn on the TV and
VCR. Press the
SOURCE button on
the remote control
until AV1 appears on
TV screen.
D Insert pre-recorded
videotape into VCR
and press PLAY to
verify correct
connection.
TV
B A
Back of VCR
R
L
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
OUT
ANT/CABLE
OUT
C
Remote
Control
SOURCE Button
TV
Note: The color of audio inputs
may differ, e.g. Red/white or
red/back.
B
Back of DVD player / Recorder
Separate video (yellow) and
audio (red/white) cables that
provide a basic connection from
the set-top box and other devices.
Basic
Composite Audio/Video
Component Video
Input (CVI)
Provides superior picture quality
by separating the green, blue and
red luminance signals. Typically
used with red/white audio cables.
TV Jack Panel
TV Front Jack Panel
Better
Connect the video
cable (yellow) from the
video output on camera
(or other device)to the
video input (yellow)
located on the front of TV.
B
Connect audio cables
(red/white) from audio
outputs on device to audio
inputs (red/white) on the
front of TV.
Turn on TV and the
device. Press the
SOURCE button on
the remote control
until FRONT appears on
TV screen.
D Press PLAY on the
B A
L
VIDEO
Video Camera
R
AUDIO OUT
S-VIDEO
Video Camera Jack Panel
C
device to verify correct
connection.
Note: for mono devices, connect only white audio cable from
,
the device s audio output to white audio input on the front of TV.
Remote
Control
SOURCE Button
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