Connecting the DSS Receiver
Connecting Your DSS Receiver to Your TV
Jacks and Cables
See Connection A.
See Connection B
See Connection C
and Connection D.
If your DSS system has not been professionally installed, or if you move
your system or add a component, refer to these pages to help you
connect your system.
S-Video Jack and Cable* (S-VHS)
The S-Video jack provides the best picture quality for your DSS system.
This jack is available on many TVs and is used in conjunction with
audio cables to connect the DSS receiver to your TV. Remember also to
connect the left and right audio cables because the S-Video jack carries
only the picture signal, not the sound.
Audio/Video Jacks and Cables* (RCA-type)
The audio/video jacks provide very good picture and stereo sound
quality, and should be used if your TV has no S-Video jack.
Theses jacks are used for most audio/video connections between
components. The DSS receiver audio/video jacks are color coded
(yellow for video, red for right audio, and white for left audio). If your
TV has only one input for audio (mono), connect it to the right (red)
audio jack on the DSS receiver.
RF Jacks and Coaxial Cables* (F-type)
The RF jacks provide good picture and mono sound quality, and are to
be used if audio/video connections are not available for your TV.
These jacks are required for antenna or cable-TV connections. The RF
jacks on the DSS receiver are labeled IN FROM ANTENNA and OUT TO
TV. The coaxial cable supplied with your DSS system is used to connect
the RF jacks between the DSS receiver and your TV's antenna input.