Connecting HDTV – Video Only
If you have a TV with a DVI connector, you will need an HDMI adapter
cable or an HDMI adapter. If your TV has a DVI port, you can plug a DVI
cable directly from the TV to the HDMI adapter on the set-top. Or, you
can use an HDMI adapter cable to connect the units port-to-port. (HDMI
adapters and HDMI adapter cables can be purchased at your local
electronics retail store.)
Determine which of the following connections best suits your home
entertainment equipment configuration and then follow those steps:
Component Video (YPbPr)
Connect an RF coaxial cable to the service provider's wall outlet
and to the
Connect the component video cables to the Y, Pb, and Pr
connectors on the HDTV and set-top.
The component video outputs (YPbPr) transmit only video. If you use
component video, refer to "Connecting Your Set-Top to an HDTV –
Audio Only" to connect the audio. To connect your home sound system
for audio, see "Connecting Your Set-Top to an A/V Receiver –Audio
If your HDTV has an IEEE 1394 connector, you can use the IEEE 1394
for both your video and audio connection:
Connect an IEEE 1394 cable to the
HDTV and the set-top.
On-screen graphics are not displayed when you use the IEEE 1394
connection on the set-top.
connector on the set-top.
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connector on your