Connecting your TV
If you haven't connected electronic equipment before, or you have
been frustrated in the past, you may wish to read this section. (Cables
are not supplied.)
• A coaxial cable is the standard cable that comes in from your
antenna or cable converter box. Coaxial cables use "F" connectors.
• Audio and video cables are usually color coded according to use:
yellow for video and red and white for audio. The red audio cable is
for the stereo right channel, and the white audio cable is for the
stereo (or mono) left channel. If you look at the rear panel of the TV,
you will see that the terminals are color coded in the same manner
as the cables.
• S-video cables provide better picture performance. S-video cables
can only be used with S-video compatible components.
picture performance. ColorStream cables can only be used with
ColorStream compatible components.
Connecting a VCR
This connection allows you to watch local channels and video programs,
play or record on the VCR while watching TV, and to record from one
channel while watching another channel.
ANT (75 )
from cable box or
IN from ANT
cables come in sets of three and provide the best
OUT to TV
Do not plug the TV in until you have finished
connecting all of your equipment.
You will need:
• one coaxial cable
• one pair of audio cables (only one cable for
a mono VCR)
• one video cable
If using a mono VCR, connect L/Mono to
VCR Audio OUT using only one audio cable.
If you have a S-VHS VCR, use the S-video
connections and remove the video cable.
When the video cable and the S-video cable
to Video1 simultaneously, the S-video will
automatically take precedence.