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Connecting To An Analog Or Digital Av Receiver; Connecting To A Hdmi/dvi Tv Via A Hdmi Repeater - Philips DVP5982 User Manual

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HDMI connections
Connecting to an Analog or
Digital AV Receiver
AV Receiver
DIGITAL
B
OR
DIGITAL
VIDEO OUT
OUT
COAXIAL
HDMI OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Use a HDMI cable (not supplied) or
HDMI-DVI cable (not supplied) to
connect the DVD player's HDMI OUT
to HDMI/DVI IN on the HDTV or
DVI TV.
To hear sound via Audio Out L/R or
multi-channels,
A
Use the audio cables (white/red) to
connect AUDIO OUT (L/R) of the DVD
Player to the AV receiver Audio In (cable
supplied).
Set the DVD player's {HDMI Audio Setup
– Off} (see page 40).
OR
To hear sound via Coaxial/Digital
Out,
B
Connect the COAXIAL Digital Out of
the DVD player to the Digital Audio In
on the AV receiver (cable not supplied).
Set the DVD player's {Digital Output –
ALL} and {HDMI Audio Setup – Off} (see
page 40).
TIPS: Before making or changing any connections, make sure that all the devices are disconnected
from the power outlet.
18
(continued)
Connecting to a HDMI/DVI
TV via a HDMI Repeater
AUDIO
IN
A
AUDIO OUT
A
Use a HDMI cable (not supplied) to
connect the DVD player's HDMI OUT
to HDMI IN on the HDMI repeater.
B
Use another cable (not supplied) to
connect HDMI OUT of the HDMI
repeater to the HDMI/DVI IN on the
HDTV or DVI TV.
C
Set the DVD player's { HDMI Audio
Setup – On } for HDMI connection (see
Digital Audio Setup – HDMI Audio Setup
for detail).
Tips:
– During HDMI connection, the DVD player
will turn into HDMI mode automatically.
– Proceed to page 45-46 for detailed HDMI
Video setup.
HDMI
HDMI IN
IN
O U T
DIGITAL
VIDEO OUT
OUT
AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
HDMI OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
2007-08-20 5:02:53 PM
2007-08-20 5:02:53 PM

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