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Sony Cablevision DHG-M55CV Hardware Setup Instructions

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Digital Network
Receiver
Hardware Setup Instructions
DHG-M55CV
© 2000 by Sony Corporation. Reproduction in whole or in
part without written permission is prohibited. All rights reserved.
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  • Page 1 Digital Network Receiver Hardware Setup Instructions DHG-M55CV © 2000 by Sony Corporation. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. All rights reserved.
  • Page 2: Sony Software License Agreement

    License and Restrictions Sony Electronics Inc. (“Sony”) grants User a license to Use one copy of the software which is provided to you as part of this Sony product (“Software”). “Use” means storing, loading, installing, executing or displaying the Software. User may not copy, modify the Software or disable any licensing or control features of the Software.
  • Page 3 Sony used only to designate that a product contains an IEEE 1394 connector. All products with an i.LINK connector may not communicate with each other.
  • Page 4 The model and serial numbers are provided on the front of this instruction manual and at the bottom of the unit. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Important Safety Notice For your protection, please read these instructions completely, and keep this manual for future reference.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introducing the Digital Network Receiver Unpacking... 1 Supplied Items ...1 Items Supplied Separately by Cablevision...1 Optional Items ...1 Front Panel ... 2 Front Panel Controls and Indicators...2 Front Panel Inputs ...3 Front Panel Display...3 Rear Panel... 4 Using the Remote Control (RM-Y806)... 5 Programming the Remote Control ...6 Programming the Remote to Control Volume Level ...7...
  • Page 7: Introducing The Digital Network Receiver

    ❑ Optional Items You may also need to purchase the following accessories to complete the setup of your components: ❑ Digital Network Receiver (DHG-M55CV) AC Power Cord Remote control Wireless keyboard Access card (IR) Remote Receiver RF cable (to wall) Cablevision User Guide Audio/video cables (as shown on pages 16 to 21).
  • Page 8: Front Panel

    Introducing the Digital Network Receiver Front Panel Front Panel Controls and Indicators Control or Indicator Description STANDBY 1 Switches the Digital Network Receiver between active and standby modes. Affinity Card Slot The slot in which the Affinity Card is inserted. Front Panel Inputs Provides convenient audio/video line inputs and a USB connector.
  • Page 9: Front Panel Inputs

    Front Panel Inputs The front panel inputs are convenient for connecting audio/video components and USB peripherals to the Digital Network Receiver. Connector Description VIDEO/AUDIO Inputs audio and video signals from your camcorder, digital still camera, LINE IN etc., using audio/video cables (see the Cablevision user guide for details). Used for connecting USB-equipped accessories (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
  • Page 10: Rear Panel

    Introducing the Digital Network Receiver Rear Panel Connection Description 1 CABLE IN Connects to Cablevision cable network signals using an RF coaxial cable. 2 TO TV/VCR Outputs audio (variable) and video signals to the VHF/UHF (or RF) input on your TV or VCR using an RF coaxial cable.
  • Page 11: Using The Remote Control (rm-y806)

    0 – 9 GUIDE MENU The following describes the Sony RM-Y806 remote control. If Cablevision supplied you with a different remote control, see the manual that came with that remote for details. Description Mutes the sound. Press again or press VOL to restore the sound.
  • Page 12: Programming The Remote Control

    CH +/- CODE SET Programming the The remote control is preset at the factory to operate any Sony brand Remote Control TV and VCR. If you have any other brand of TV or VCR, use the following procedures to program the remote to use the highlighted buttons shown on pages 5 and 6.
  • Page 13: Programming The Remote To Control Volume Level

    If the component does NOT respond Try programming the remote using the other codes listed for your brand. If you still cannot get your component to respond after trying all the codes, your component may not be compatible with this remote.
  • Page 14: Using The Wireless Keyboard (ki-w55cv)

    TV after you’ve programmed the wireless keyboard. For details, see “Programming the Wireless Keyboard” on page 10. The following describes the Sony KI-W55CV wireless keyboard. If Cablevision supplied you with a different keyboard, see the manual that came with that keyboard for details.
  • Page 15 Displays the Viewer screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details). Displays the Favorites screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details). CODE SET Used for programming the keyboard to operate non-Sony video equipment. For details, see “Programming the Wireless Keyboard” on page 10. TV/CABLE Activates the keyboard for use with the TV or the Digital Network Receiver.
  • Page 16: Programming The Wireless Keyboard

    Introducing the Digital Network Receiver Programming the The keyboard is preset at the factory to operate any Sony brand TV. If Wireless Keyboard you have any other brand of TV, use the following procedures to program the keyboard to use any of the highlighted buttons shown on page 8.
  • Page 17: Replacing Batteries In The Keyboard

    Replacing Batteries When the batteries need to be replaced, insert two size AA batteries in the Keyboard by matching the + and battery compartment. Then replace the battery compartment lid. ✍ Using the Wireless Keyboard (KI-W55CV) on the batteries to the diagram inside the –...
  • Page 18: Remote Control Programmable Codes

    Samsung 126, 127 Sears Sharp Symphonic Toshiba Zenith 109, 110 VCR Codes Manufacturer Code Sony VHS Sony 8mm Sony Beta Bell & How Daewoo Emerson 316, 317, 318, 319, 320 Fisher 330, 333, 334, 335 General Electric 304, 329 Go Video...
  • Page 19: Wireless Keyboard Programmable Codes

    Wireless Keyboard Programmable Codes TV Codes Manufacturer Code Sony 101, 074, 077 Admiral 102, 114, 109,055 Akai 103, 020, 006 Bell & Howell 114, 109, 138,067 (Mont. Ward) Broksonic 68, 103, 112 Centurion 112, 045 Coronado 113, 088, 090 Craig...
  • Page 21: Connecting The Digital Network Receiver

    Connecting the Digital Network Receiver Overview This chapter includes illustrated instructions for setting up your Digital Network Receiver: To Connect TV with RF Connector Only TV and VCR with RF Connectors Only TV with A/V Connectors TV and VCR with A/V Connectors Home Entertainment System You can connect the Digital Network Receiver in a variety of configurations.
  • Page 22: Tv With Rf Connector Only

    Connecting the Digital Network Receiver TV with RF Connector Only Coaxial cable From wall outlet Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s ) jack. VHF/UHF IN ( RF IN Connect one end of the AC power cord to the Digital Network Receiver’s...
  • Page 23: Tv And Vcr With Rf Connectors Only

    TV and VCR with RF Connectors Only Coaxial cable From wall outlet Connecting the Digital Network Receiver Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s VCR’s ) jack.
  • Page 24: Tv With A/v Connectors

    Connecting the Digital Network Receiver TV with A/V Connectors From wall outlet ✍ Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s jacks to the TV’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN Connect one end of the AC power cord to the Digital Network Receiver’s jack, then connect the plug end to an AC outlet.
  • Page 25: Tv And Vcr With A/v Connectors

    TV and VCR with A/V Connectors See the illustration on the next page for details. ✍ ✍ Connecting the Digital Network Receiver Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s jacks to the TV’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s...
  • Page 26 Connecting the Digital Network Receiver A/V cable From wall outlet A/V cable A/V cable AC cord...
  • Page 27: Home Entertainment System

    Home Entertainment System Connecting a See the illustration on the next page for details. Hi-Fi TV, Hi-Fi VCR, and an Audio/Video Receiver ✍ Connecting the Digital Network Receiver Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s jacks to the A/V Receiver’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN...
  • Page 28 Connecting the Digital Network Receiver A/V cable AC cord A/V cable From wall outlet A/V RECEIVER Video cable...
  • Page 29: Setting Up The Remote Receiver

    Setting Up the Remote Receiver The optional Remote Receiver enables you to place the Digital Network Receiver out of sight, such as behind a cabinet door. Once the Remote Receiver is set up, the infrared signals are sent from your remote control or wireless keyboard to the Digital Network Receiver via the Remote Receiver.
  • Page 31: Other Information

    Make sure you press the FUNCTION button (TV, VCR, CABLE) of the device you want to control (see page 5). ❏ If you are trying to control a TV or VCR that is not a Sony brand, you must first program the remote to operate these devices (see page 6). ❏...
  • Page 32: Changing The Digital Network Receiver's Rf Output Channel

    Other Information Changing the Digital If you connected the Digital Network Receiver to your TV or VCR Network Receiver’s using an RF connection (as described on pages 16 and 18), you need to set the RF output channel of the Digital Network Receiver to match RF Output Channel the RF channel (channel 3 or 4) of the cable service provided in your area.
  • Page 33: Specifications

    Operating relative humidity Dimensions Mass Accessories Supplied AC power cord (1) Optional Sony Branded Digital Network Receiver Accessories Remote Commander, RM-Y806 (includes AA batteries) Wireless Keyboard, KI-W55CV (includes AA alkaline batteries) IR Remote Receiver, IR-R55 Input 75-ohm F-connector Female (1) Output...
  • Page 34: Index

    Other Information Index # (ENTER), on remote 0 – 9, on remote AC IN connector AC OUT connector ACCESS CARD slot Affinity Card slot Alt, on keyboard arrow buttons, on keyboard arrows, on remote audio/video receiver, BACK, on keyboard BACK, on remote Backspace, on keyboard batteries CABLE FUNCTION, on remote...
  • Page 35 i.LINK connectors INPUT, on keyboard INPUT, on remote Insert, on keyboard IR Repeater, using Last CH, on keyboard LAST CH, on remote line inputs, front panel LINE OUT connectors Mail, on keyboard MENU, on front panel MENU, on keyboard MENU, on remote Movies, on keyboard MUTE, on keyboard MUTE, on remote...
  • Page 36 Other Information volume, adjusting, on remote VOLUME, on keyboard wireless keyboard illustrated 8 programming 10 replacing batteries 11...
  • Page 37 Printed in the USA Sony Corporation...

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