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CONNECTING YOUR STB
1. LOCATION OF THE RECEIVER
Your RECEIVER should be placed under proper ventilation.
Don’t put in completely enclosed cabinet that will restrict the flow of air,
resulting in overheating.
The location should be safeguarded from direct sunlight, excess moisture,
rough handling or household pets.
Avoid stacking other electronic components on the top of the receiver.
The location should be safely accessible by the cable from your antenna system.
2. CONNECTING THE RECEIVER WITH AERIALS
You can connect the receiver to the following type of aerials:
Use a standard outdoor roof aerial intended for receiving channels between
VHF and UHF.
Because many older roof-mounted aerials may only receive a limited number of
channels, it is difficult or impossible to receive digital channels transmitted on higher
frequencies. If so, you may replace the roof aerial.
Some outdoor aerials are directed towards an analog transmitter.
The aerial must be directed towards a digital TV transmitter.
It is not desirable to use indoor or window mounted aerials, as it will be difficult or
impossible to receive digital channels.
3. CONNECTING THE RECEIVER TO TV
To connect the receiver with your television, you can use SCART Cable or RCA cable.
In the case of connecting your TV through SCART cable, connect the SCART connector
marked TV to the respective SCART port on the TV.
4. CONNECTING YOUR VCR
To connect a VCR, the receiver has been provided with SCART at the rear marked
“VCR”. Using a SCART connector, the VCR can be connected to the receiver.
5. CONNECTING YOUR ANALOG RECEIVER
This Receiver compatible with analog signal, So don’t need any other extra connection
except Digital connection.
6. CONNECTING EXTERNAL AUDIO / HI-FI SYSTEM
To connect any external Audio Hi-Fi system, the receiver has been provided with two
RCA connectors at the back of the receiver, marked with AUDIO L and R respectively
to connect the left and right Audio.
7. CONNECTING DIGITAL AUDIO SYSTEM
Connect a fiber optic cable between SPDIF on the receiver and OPTICAL on the
Digital Audio System.
CONNECTING YOUR STB
In some region, the digital terrestrial signal may be weak.
So you’d better use the antenna in which the booster was built, for watching
the weak signal channels.