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Hookups - TV (contâd,) 13
Connecting to a TV with an S-Video In jack
CENTER LINE OUT AUDIO OUT AUDIO IN VIDEO OUT
AM/FM ANTENA FM (75â°)
FR FL C
AM S- VIDEO OUT
WOOFER LINE OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
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Connect the DVD Receiverâs S-VIDEO OUT jack to the S-VIDEO IN jack on your TV. You will need an S-Video cable (not supplied). To hear TV channels through the DVD Home Cinema System, connect the supplied red and white audio cables to the DVD Receiverâs red/white, right/left AUDIO IN jacks and to the TVâS right/left AUDIO OUT jacks. Match the cable colors to the jack colors. Connect the power cords of the DVD Receiver and TV to a power outlet. Turn on the TV and set it to the correct S-Video In channel. Go to the lowest TV channel and change channels down until you find the S-Video In channel. (It is not channel 3 or 4 as it might be when using a VCR.) See your TV ownerâs manual for details. Press STANDBY-ON y on the front of the DVD Receiver to turn on the DVD Receiver. The red Standby light will disappear. It is not necessary to set VIDEO OUT to S-VIDEO. S-VIDEO is the DVD Receiverâs default setting. However, if your picture is distorted, check the VIDEO OUT setting. Make sure it is set to S-VIDEO. Details are on page 22.
â¢ You only need one video connection between the TV and the DVD Receiver. You cannot use SVideo and Component Video at the same time. â¢ If you used the yellow VIDEO OUT jack on the DVD Receiver to connect it to the TV, you do not need to adjust the VIDEO OUT setting.