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Connect Peripheral Equipment
Connect Peripheral Equipment
There is a wide range of audio and video equipment that can be connected to your TV.
The following connection diagrams show you how to connect them.
Recorder
If the eurocable
3
is not used the
following steps are required:
Search for and store the test signal of
the recorder
&
Unplug the aerial cable
1
from the aerial
socket
x
of your recorder.
é
Switch on your TV and put the recorder
on the test signal.
(See the handbook for your recorder.)
Search for the test signal of your recorder
in the same way as you searched for and
stored the TV signals. See Installation, Store
TV channels, Manual installation, p. 7.
Store the test signal under programme
number 0 or between 90 and 99.
(
Replace the aerial cable in the aerial socket
x
of your recorder after you have stored
the test signal.
Decoder and recorder
Connect a eurocable
4
to your decoder
and to the special euroconnector of your
recorder. See also the recorder handbook.
See Decoder, p. 11.
You can also connect your decoder directly
to
EXTERNAL 1
or
2
with a eurocable.
CABLE
1
4
2
EXT.
2
3
Connect the aerial cables
1
,
2
and, to
obtain the optimum picture quality, eurocable
3
as shown.
If your recorder is provided with the EasyLink
function, the eurocable supplied with it should be
connected to
EXTERNAL 2
to benefit from the
EasyLink functionality.
(except Digital Sources)
Recorder and other peripherals
CABLE
1
2
1
EXT.
2
4
5
3
&
Connect the aerial cables
1
,
2
and
3
as shown.
Better picture quality can be obtained if you also
connect eurocable
5
to
EXTERNAL 2
and a eurocable
4
to
EXTERNAL 1
or
EXTERNAL 3
.
é
Look for the test signal of your peripheral in the same
way as you do for a recorder.
When a recorder is connected to
EXTERNAL 1
you can only
record a programme from your TV.
Only when a recorder is connected to
EXTERNAL 2
it is
possible to record a programme from your TV as well as
from other connected equipment.
See Record with your recorder, p. 32.
Note:
EXTERNAL 1
can handle CVBS and RGB,
EXTERNAL 2
CVBS and Y/C,
EXTERNAL 3
CVBS and RGB. It
is preferred to connect peripherals with RGB output to
EXTERNAL 1
or
3
as RGB provides a better picture quality.
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