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6 Hooking Up the TV/VCR
Hook up your TV/VCR using one of the connections shown.
Hooking Up Your TV/VCR With a Cable Signal or Outdoor Antenna
Connect a Cable signal or an antenna to the ANT(enna) Jack.
Hooking Up Your TV/VCR With a Cable Box
Connect the Cable signal to the IN Jack on the Cable Box. Connect an RF coaxial cable (75ohm, not supplied) to the OUT Jack on the Cable Box and to the ANT(enna) Jack on the TV/VCR.
To view any channel, set the TV/VCR to the Cable Box output channel (channel 03 or 04). Then, select channels at the Cable Box.
RF coaxial cable (not supplied)
Hooking Up Your TV/VCR With an Indoor Antenna
To install a rod antenna (not supplied), push the stem of the antenna into the antenna hole on the top of the TV/VCR. Connect the antenna wire to the ANT(enna) Jack on the back of the TV/VCR as shown. Extend the antenna and adjust its length, direction, and angle for the clearest picture.