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Connect Peripheral Equipment
There is a wide range of audio and video equipment that can be connected to your TV. The following connection diagrams show you where the different equipment should be connected at the back side of the TV.
Playback of NTSC recordings
This TV can display video recordings played back in the NTSC 4.43 mode. Connect a VCR which is capable of playing a NTSC recording to the SCART socket located on the back of your TV or the phono or RCA sockets located on the front of the TV. Then press the ÂAVÂ button to select either AV-1, F-AV, RGB.
Via the Euroconnector
Your TV set has a Euroconnector socket. If you want to connect peripherals (e.g. video, decoder, etc.) which have Euroconnectors, to your TV, use SCART I input. If an external device is connected via Euroconnector sockets TV is switched to AV mode automatically.
Search for and store the test signal of the video recorder
Â Unplug the aerial cable from the aerial socket ÂANTÂ of your video recorder. Â Switch on your TV and put the video recorder on the test signal. (See the handbook for your video recorder.) Â Enter the Tuning menu via the Install menu. Â Search for the test signal of your video recorder in the same way as you searched for and stored the TV signals. See Tuning, Search and Store TV channels. Store the test signal Â Replace the aerial cable in the aerial socket ÂANTÂ of your video recorder once you have stored the test signal. under programme number 0.
If an equipment can output RGB signals, connect it to the AV-1 (SCART I) terminal. Â Select the RGB mode to watch images from that equipment. Â When not in the RGB mode, turn the RGB signals output equipment off. Â If the signal is RGB then the RGB OSD indicator is displayed on the screen.
Via Aerial Input
If the equipment you want to connect to your TV e.g. video recorder or satellite receiver does not have a SCART socket, you should connect it to the aerial (ANT) socket on your TV.
Camera and Camcorder
To connect to Front-AV input Connect your camcorder to the front of your TV. Â Connect your equipment to the TV via VIDEO (yellow), AUDIO R (red) and AUDIO L (white) inputs. You should connect the jacks to the input of the same colour.
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 organization whose programmes you wish to receive. This organization will supply you with 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. Connecting a decoder with an aerial socket to the TV Â Connect the aerial cable. Connecting a decoder without an aerial socket to the TV Â Connect the decoder to your TV with a SCART lead to SCART I. When your decoder has a SCART connector you can obtain better picture quality if you connect a SCART lead to EXTERNAL. Â Then select the appropriate AV mode by pressing the ÂAVÂ button.
Connect the decoder to the video recorder
Some video recorders have a special SCART connector for decoder. Â Connect a SCART lead to the SCART connector of your decoder and to the special SCART connector of your video recorder. See also the handbook of your video recorder. Â To connect your video recorder to the TV, see TV and Video Recorder section. If you want to connect more equipment to your TV, consult your dealer.
Use the stereo headphone socket to connect headphones. This socket is located on the right hand side of the television.
TV and Video Recorder
Â If your video recorder has a SCART socket please connect it to the TV using a SCART lead. Your TV should also be connected to your video recorder using the aerial RF output socket. Please note using a SCART lead will produce better qualitiy pictures.
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