DA4X.book Page 59 Thursday, October 10, 2002 4:35 PM
Using Twin View
Factors Affecting Twin View
If you use a cable box to view all channels, the same channel appears in both windows
because the cable box unscrambles only one channel at a time.
If you use a cable box, you can view the cable box output in one window and view a
different source (such as a VCR or DVD player) in the second window by using the
button. For details, see "Connecting Optional Equipment" on page 25.
Sources connected to the AUX, VIDEO 5, VIDEO 6, and VIDEO 7 inputs display in the left
window, but not the right.
If you are viewing a 4:3 source and a 16:9 enhanced source (such as a DVD) side by side,
the 4:3 source appears larger.
Twin View does not display channels that are blocked by parental settings (see page 80).
Twin View lets you see two pictures from two sources — from an
antenna, VCR, DVD, etc. — on the screen at the same time. You hear
the sound from only one of the sources at a time, but you can choose
which source's sound is selected. You can also change the relative size
of each of the pictures.
Tune the TV to a working channel.
A second picture appears. The active picture is highlighted in
To cancel Twin View and watch the active picture