Very comprehensive document which is a must-have for any Satellit 2100 owner whose set up is somewhat intricate. Due to the bad quality of the pictures that are rather dark and a bit blurred I gave 4-star feedback.
The manual was missing 2 pages but when I presented the problem to the company they made every attempt to get the 2 pages to me, when they couldn't they refunded my money. A very pleasing and easy transaction. The manual they provided was the original, it was concise and to the point. I plan to do business with this company again when should the need arise.
The owners manual is very good. all my how to questions were answered in detail.
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Scart socket, you should connect it to the Aerial input of the TV. If the VCR is connected via Aerial input it is suggested to use Programme 0.
Search For And Store The Test Signal Of The Video Recorder
Â Unplug the aerial cable from the aerial socket of your video recorder. Â Switch on your TV and put the video recorder on the test signal. (See the booklet for your video recorder.) Â Enter the Install menu and select search. Â Search for the test signal of your video recorder in the same way as you searched for and stored the TV signals. Store the test signal under programme number 0. Â Replace the aerial cable in the aerial socket of your video recorder once you have stored the test signal.
Cable TV offers you a wide choice of programs. Most of them are free, others are to be paid for by the viewer. This means that you will need to subscribe to the broadcasting organisation whose programmes you wish to receive. This organisation will supply you a corresponding decoder unit to allow the programmes to be unscrambled. For further information ask your dealer. See also the booklet supplied with your decoder. Connect a decoder with an aerial socket to the TV Â Connect the aerial cable. Connect a decoder without an aerial socket to the TV Â Connect the decoder to the TV with a Scart cable to SCART 1.
Camera And Camcorder To Connect To AV Input
Connect your camera or camcorder to AV (EXT-5) input at the rear side of the TV. Â Connect your equipment to the TV via VIDEO (yellow), AUDIO R (red) and AUDIO L (white) inputs. You must connect the jacks to the input using the same colour.
TV And Video Recorder
Â Connect the aerial cables. Better picture quality can be obtained if you also connect a Scart cable to SCART sockets.
To Connect To S-VHS Input
Connect your camera or camcorder S-VHS input at the rear side of the TV. Â Connect your equipment to the TV via S-VHS input and audio inputs of AV inputs by using S-VHS cables.
To use this option you can; Â Connect an NTSC VCR player to a Scart socket at the rear side of the TV. Â Connect an NTSC VCR player to RCA Jacks at the rear side of the TV. Then, press the priate source. button to select appro-
Connect The Decoder To The Video Recorder
Some video recorders have a special Scart socket for decoder. Â Connect a Scart cable to the Scart socket of your decoder and to the special Scart socket of your video recorder. Refer to the booklet of your video recorder. Â To connect your video recorder to the TV, refer to the TV and Video Recorder section. If you want to connect more equipment to your TV, consult your dealer.
Source selection for VCR recording. Â Select Feature menu. Â Select Ext-2 Out by pressing _ / ` button. Â Select a source to copy the picture from that source.