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Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Things to Consider Before Connecting Components ... 3 Cables to Connect Components to Your IP Decoder ... 3 Choose Your Connection... 4 TV + IP Decoder + Modem ... 5 TV + VCR + IP Decoder + Modem ... 7 TV + A/V Receiver + IP Decoder + Modem ...
Table of Contents Chapter 4: Additional Information Troubleshooting ... 22 Care and Cleaning ... 23 Service Information ... 23 FCC and Industry Canada Information ... 24 Front of the Decoder ... 25 Back of the Decoder ... 25 How to Find Your TV’s Video Input Channel ... 26 Video Input Channel Variations ...
Things to Consider Before Connecting Components Protect Components From Power Surges • Connect all components before plugging any power cords into the wall outlet. • Always turn off the TV and other components before you connect or disconnect any cables. Position Cables to Avoid Audio Hum or Interference •...
Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Choose Your Connection There are several ways to hook up your IP decoder, depending on the components connected. Please use the following chart to determine which connection is best for you and proceed to the appropriate page. Note: For assistance in connecting your decoder, contact your service provider.
DECODER ETHERNET MODEM DSL LINE ETHERNET From DSL or other Broadband Connection TV + IP Decoder + Modem 1. Connect the Decoder to the TV A. Connect audio/video cables to the AUDIO OUT R and L jacks on the back of the decoder (color coded, red and white), and to the VIDEO OUT jack (yellow).
Chapter 1: Connections and Setup IP DECODER ETHERNET MODEM From DSL or other Broadband Connection Illustrations contained in this document are for representation only. AUDIO VIDEO L/ MONO S-VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO DIGITAL AUDIO VIDEO S-VIDEO POWER AUDIO DSL LINE ETHERNET The back of your TV might not look exactly like the...
TV + VCR + IP Decoder + Modem 1. Connect the VCR to the TV A. Connect one end of the RF coaxial cable to the RF OUT jack on the back of the VCR and the other end to the TV’s antenna in jack (sometimes labeled CABLE/ANTENNA). B.
Chapter 1: Connections and Setup A/V RECEIVER COAX OPTICAL IP DECODER ETHERNET MODEM From DSL or other Broadband Connection Please Read This Before Using the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT Jack! This unit’s digital output jack is designed for a connection to a Dolby Digital receiver or decoder. Older digital equipment may not be compatible with the Dolby Digital bitstream.
TV + A/V Receiver + IP Decoder + Modem 1. Connect the Decoder to the TV A. Connect the video cable to the VIDEO OUT jack (yellow) on the back of the decoder and the other end of the cable to the corresponding input jack on the TV (sometimes labeled VIDEO). B.
Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Turn on the TV and IP Decoder 1. Turn on the TV (if the TV you’ve connected to the decoder is a compatible RCA, GE, or Proscan TV, press the TV button on the remote packed with your decoder).
STOP PAUSE Note: The TV and AUX buttons also turn on most RCA, GE, and Proscan, products. To turn off most RCA, GE, and Proscan components that are connected to the decoder, press ON•OFF twice within two seconds. This feature only works with some RCA, GE, and Proscan products.
VIDEO Turns on the decoder in TV mode and shows TV programming. TV Turns on a compatible RCA, GE, or Proscan TV and puts the remote control in TV-operating mode. Also used with the ON•OFF button to turn on/off a different brand of TV (if programmed).
The Video Input Channels allow you to view images from a component connected to the TV or VCR (such as a camcorder or DVD player). 1. Press the remote control’s TV or AUX button (if programmed) to enter the corresponding mode. Make sure the component is turned ON.
Programming the Remote to Operate Other Components The universal remote can be programmed to operate most brands of remote controllable components. The remote is already programmed to operate most RCA, GE, and Proscan components. Find Out If You Need to Program the Remote To determine whether the universal remote needs to be programmed for your component, turn the component ON.
ON • OFF Indicator EXIT•CLEAR REV•REPLAY PLAY STOP Use these buttons when you program the remote. Important: The remote may not be compatible with all models of all brands of components. It may not operate all functions of the remote that came with your component.
Chapter 3: Decoder Features Using the Remote Control to Choose On-screen Menu Items The technical term is “Navigation” – how you move through the on-screen menus. The theory is the same throughout the menu screens: highlight your choice and select it. To highlight a menu item, press the arrow buttons on the remote or the keyboard.
Browser Banner Browser Toolbar The web browser showing the browser banner and toolbar. Browser Toolbar The browser toolbar is where you enter website addresses and find the tools to navigate the websites. Address – Where you enter your website address. Back –...
Chapter 3: Decoder Features Web Page Navigation You can use the arrow buttons on the remote or the optional wireless keyboard to move around web pages. To hide the browser toolbar so that you can browse the page, press the TOOLS button or use the up arrow button to move from the toolbar to the website.
Illustrations contained in this document are for representation only. Chapter 3 Chapter 3: Decoder Features Saving Your Bookmarks 1. Go to the webpage you want to save. 2. Press the TOOLS button (the browser toolbar appears). 3. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the More button. 4.
Chapter 4: Additional Information Troubleshooting You can correct most problems you have with your product by consulting the troubleshooting list that follows. If you need service, please contact your service provider. Decoder Problems Decoder won’t turn on • Press the VIDEO button. •...
Remote Control or Wireless Keyboard Problems • Something might be between the remote or keyboard and the remote sensor on the component. Make sure there is a clear path. • Maybe the remote isn’t aimed directly at the component (TV or decoder) that you’re trying to operate. •...
Chapter 4: Additional Information FCC and Industry Canada Information This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
Front of the Decoder Power indicator – Indicates whether the unit is on or in standby mode. Flashes when there is a broken connection to the service provider or service is momentarily unavailable. AUDIO ETHERNET 2 3 4 5 Back of the Decoder When connecting, make sure you connect Output jacks to Input jacks, Video to Video, Right Audio to Right Audio, etc.
AUDIO•INPUT button to find the Video Input Channel. Illustrations contained in this document are for representation only. • If your TV brand is RCA, GE, or Proscan, press the TV button on the decoder’s remote control, then press the AUDIO•INPUT button.