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Connecting Components To Your Monitor; Antenna/cable In - RCA MM27110 User Manual

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Making Connections
Connecting Components to your
Monitor
Your monitor has several input and output jacks that you can use with
many different types of components. This creates a great number of
connection variations. Therefore, the following section shows the different
types of jacks and examples of the types of components that can be
connected to those jacks. Before you begin, it's a good idea to read any
connection information in other components' user manuals as well.
Before You Connect
Protect against power surges:
Connect all components before plugging any power cords into the
wall outlet.
Turn off the monitor and/or component before connecting or
disconnecting any cables.
Make sure all antennas and cables are properly grounded. Refer to
the "Important Safeguards" sheet packed with your monitor.

Antenna/Cable In

The ANTENNA/CABLE IN jack lets you connect a screw-on or push-on
antenna or cable lead. Use this if you want the monitor to receive signals
through a coaxial cable from an antenna or other source, such as a VCR.
ANTENNA/
CABLE INPUT
AUDIO
VIDEO
L
R
INPUT1
ANTENNA/
CABLE INPUT
INPUT2
INPUT3
POWER
You can use coaxial cables to connect devices such as:
Antenna or cable leads
Cable boxes
VCRs
Satellite receivers
4
Push-on coaxial
cable
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
Y
P
P
R
B
R
DIGITAL TV
SELECTED OUTPUTS
(S)VGA 1
AUDIO R
L
L
VIDEO
AUDIO INPUTS
STEREO INPUT
Screw-on
coaxial cable
USB
PC/
HUB
INPUT
AUDIO OUTPUTS
DEVICE/
(S)VGA 2
HUB
FIXED
VARIABLE
L
R
L
R
EXT SPEAKERS
EXT
G-LINK
L
R
INT
+
+
R
L

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