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There are many ways to connect your new DVD/VCR to yourTelevision and other equipment.This Quick-Use
Guide shows the easiest, most common connection.
Higher quality connections are explained in the accompanying owner’s manual and will provide better sound or
picture if yourTV and/or audio system is compatible.
CABLE TV SIGNAL
CABLE TV SIGNAL
Cable box (optional)
RF COAXIAL CABLE
Disconnect all equipment from the power outlets. Connect the equipment to the power outlets only after you
have finished hooking up everything. Never make or change connections with equipment connected to the power outlet.
If you do not have a Cable Box, simply connect your Antenna or CableTV signal directly to the AERIAL jack on the rear
of the DVD/VCR.
If you do have a Cable Box (or Satallite Receiver), first connect the CableTV (or Satellite) signal to the IN
jack on the Cable Box/Satellite Receiver. Then, use an RF coaxial cable (like the one supplied) to connect the OUT
jack of the Calbe Box/satellite Receiver to the AERIAL jack on the DVD/VCR.
Connect the supplied black RF coaxial cable to the DVD/VCR’s RF-OUT jack and to yourTV’s ANTENNA
IN jack. TheTV’s ANTENNA IN jack may be labelled 75-ohm,TV IN, or RF IN. Check yourTV manual for details.
Plug the power cords of the DVD/VCR,TV and Cable Box (if applicable) to a power outlet.
Turn on theTV power. Set theTV to a video channel. (See the accompanying DVD/VCR owner’s manual for
Press STANDBY-ON 2on the DVD/VCR or its remote to turn on the DVD/VCR. The first time you turn
on the DVD/VCR, you should complete theVCR setup. See the other side of this Quick-Use Guide for details.
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