WIRELESS CONNECTION METHODS
Video Game Console Connection
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There are four types of audio/video cables that come with video game consoles:
1. Standard AV/RCA Cable
(red, white–audio; yellow–video)
3. High Deﬁnition AV/RCA Cable
(red, white–audio; yellow, blue, red, green–video)
1 RCA Audio Cable Connection
For standard AV/RCA Cable, S-Video AV/RCA Cable and High Deﬁnition AV/RCA Cable
Connect the supplied RCA to mini audio cable to the red and white audio cable from the video game console. Follow the instructions from the video game
console's manufacturer to connect the yellow video cable to your television.
1 Coaxial Cable Connection
If your video game console has a coaxial cable instead of an RCA audio cable, then use the instructions provided by the video game console's manufacturer to
hook up the video game console through an intermediary device (such as a TV, DVD, VCR, satellite receiver, etc.). Your intermediary device must have both a
coaxial input jack (the standard jack for cable TV) and an RCA audio output jack, or you can purchase an RCA replacement cable directly from the console manu-
facturer. Then follow the audio/video device connection instructions below to connect your Sound Rocker.
Audio/Video Device Connection
TV, DVD PLAYER, VCR, SATELLITE RECEIVER, STEREO
Connect the supplied RCA to mini audio cable to the red and white RCA audio cable included with your Sound Rocker. Connect the other end of the RCA
audio cable into the red and white AUDIO OUTPUT connection on your audio/video device. Connect the RCA to mini cable into the wireless transmitter.
Note: Connection must be made to an AUDIO OUTPUT source. The red and white audio connections on the front of most devices are AUDIO
INPUT. SOUND WILL NOT PLAY FROM AN AUDIO INPUT SOURCE.
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2. S-Video AV/RCA Cable
(red, white–audio; yellow, black–S-video)
4. Coaxial Connection
(single black cable)
If you have this cable, you need to purchase the RCA
audio cable from the console manufacturer. Or, you
can connect the Sound Rocker through an intermediary
audio source such as a TV, DVD, VCR, etc. (see below).
The yellow RCA video cable
connects to the VIDEO INPUT
jack on the TV. Refer to the
instructions from the video
game console's manufacturer
to connect any other video
cables to your TV.