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CONTENTS Introduction ...2 Front Panel ...3 Rear Panel ...4 Using the Remote Control – Example Only...6 Basic Operation...7 Electronic Program Guide ...7 Audio Output Modes ...7 Audio/Video Connections ...8 Recording Your Connections ...10 Connecting your QIP2500 ...11 Standard TV Cabling ...11 Standard VCR Cabling ...12 Composite Video and S-Video ...13 Composite VCR Cabling ...14...
INTRODUCTION Congratulations on receiving your state-of-the-art QIP2500 Digital Set- top Terminal. The QIP2500 brings unsurpassed digital audio and video quality to your TV viewing and enables electronic program guide (EPG) menus that make selecting and viewing programs convenient and easy. It’s simple to set up and easy to operate.
INTRODUCTION Front Panel The QIP2500 front panel has 11 keys and an LED display. Use the keys to perform basic functions, such as changing channels and turning the set-top on and off. Display the current channel or time of day on the LED display by changing the default settings in the electronic program guide.
INTRODUCTION Rear Panel Before you begin installing the QIP2500, take a moment to become familiar with the rear panel connections. These connectors are for home entertainment cabling. An AC power cord connects the QIP2500 to an electrical power outlet. For cabling diagrams, see “Connecting Your QIP2500.”...
INTRODUCTION Item Description – Connects to and receives a cable signal from your service RF IN provider – Connects to a TV or VCR TO TV DIGITAL AUDIO OPTICAL (optional) AUDIO OUT TO TV AUDIO OUT TO VCR your VCR –...
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL – EXAMPLE ONLY Use a remote control to operate the QIP2500, TV, and VCR. Your remote control is provided by your local service provider and may be different from the example shown here. The remote control must be programmed for use. If your service provider has not programmed your remote control, refer to the remote control instruction guide supplied by your service provider for setup and operation instructions.
BASIC OPERATION Turning Power On and Off Press on the front panel to turn the set-top on or off. When using POWER the remote control, be sure you press Changing Channels You can change channels in two ways: • Press CHANNEL + or - on the remote control to step through the press...
AUDIO/VIDEO CONNECTIONS Before you begin to install your QIP2500, review the following guidelines: • For basic cable connections, use 75-ohm coaxial cables equipped with F-type connectors. You can find coaxial cables in your local electronics store. • For audio or video outputs, use cables equipped with RCA-type connectors.
Important Safety Considerations Follow these important safety guidelines when positioning and connecting the set-top: • Position the set-top with at least two inches of space above and on all sides. • Do not block the slots and openings on the set-top. •...
RECORDING YOUR CONNECTIONS Use this diagram to record cable connections on the rear panel. Later, you can use this diagram to reconnect your system if you move the equipment or add new equipment. Your home entertainment equipment may not have all connectors shown in the illustration, or it may have connectors that are not shown here.
QIP2500 User Guide CONNECTING YOUR QIP2500 Standard TV Cabling Use 75-ohm coaxial cables to connect your set-top to a standard TV. This is the most common cable connection and it provides all of the basic features of the QIP2500. If you connect the coaxial cable to the connector on the set-top TO TV and to the coaxial...
CONNECTING YOUR QIP2500 Standard VCR Cabling To connect your VCR, you will need 75-ohm coaxial cables. The method shown lets you record the program you are watching, including Pay-Per-View events. You can also view videotapes. The method shown will not provide stereo audio. Connect the set-top to the TV using standard RCA audio cables (left and right) to receive stereo audio on all channels, when available.
QIP2500 User Guide CONNECTING YOUR QIP2500 Composite Video and S-Video Connect the set-top using composite Video or S-Video outputs for stereo audio if available on your TV. Composite Video: Connect an RCA-type cable from the port on VIDEO the set-top to the port on the TV.
CONNECTING YOUR QIP2500 Composite VCR Cabling This diagram shows how to connect the set-top to a VCR using the audio connectors on the VCR. When connecting the video path, never connect baseband composite video and S-Video at the same time. Some entertainment equipment will not support both video inputs simultaneously.
QIP2500 User Guide CONNECTING YOUR QIP2500 Stereo Cabling (VCR to Stereo) This diagram shows how to connect the set-top to a stereo using the audio connectors on the VCR. The VCR sound is played through the stereo. When connecting the video path, never connect baseband composite video and S-Video at the same time.
CONNECTING YOUR QIP2500 Stereo Cabling (TV to Stereo) This diagram shows how to connect the TV so that its sound plays through the stereo. When connecting the video path, never connect baseband composite video and S-Video at the same time. Some entertainment equipment will not support both video inputs simultaneously.
QIP2500 User Guide CONNECTING YOUR QIP2500 Baseband Cabling ® This diagram shows baseband audio and video connections to a Dolby Digital receiver. This setup lets you record on the VCR and play back with sound through the Dolby Digital receiver, but this setup does not support surround sound.
CONNECTING YOUR QIP2500 Dolby Digital Cabling This diagram shows audio and video connections to a Dolby Digital receiver. This setup lets you record on the VCR and play back with sound through the Dolby Digital receiver. To play back Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound through the Dolby Digital receiver, you must connect the set-top to the receiver using the DIGITAL connections.
TROUBLESHOOTING Problem Possible Solution The set-top will Reconnect the power cord. Be sure the QIP2500 is not power on plugged into an outlet that is always live. The set-top may have received a software update and may not power on while the new software is being installed.
There is no Not all Dolby Digital audio from the sound. In some cases, the programs may only contain left center and/or and right stereo audio. surround Verify that the SPDIF cable (round coaxial connector or speakers of a square optical connector) is firmly connected to the set- home theater/ top and the home theater receiver.
There is no Verify that the TV is powered on and set to the video on the TV appropriate input source for the set-top. screen Verify that the set-top is powered on and tuned to an authorized digital TV channel. Verify that all video cables between the set-top and the TV are firmly connected (hand tighten if necessary).