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HIGH-DEFINITION TELEVISION
Quik 'N Easy Setup
st
1
CONNECT
ANTENNAS
CONNECT DIGITAL ANTENNA
Don't be fooled by the phrase "Available in
High-Definition." To receive your local
Digital channels in stunning High-Definition,
you must connect an antenna to the Digital
Antenna In terminal.
Other digital signals can be received from a
set-top box (STB) through the VIDEO 2,
VIDEO 3, and HDMI Jacks (see Quik Step 3
below). The signal makes the difference.
Connect an antenna or your analog cable sys-
tem to the UHF/VHF/CATV terminal to
receive analog channels.
DIGITAL
ANTENNA IN
Antenna
Antenna
DIGITAL
ANTENNA IN
or
UHF/VHF/CATV
Cable
Part Number: 1JC6P1P0230--
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DVD PLAYER AND OTHER CRUCIAL
DIGITAL EQUIPMENT AUDIO VIDEO CONNECTIONS
BEFORE YOU MAKE ANY AV CONNECTIONS...
THE SIGNAL MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
Don't be fooled by the phrase "Available in High-Definition." To watch
Satellite or Digital Cable HD programs in High-Definition, you must:
1. Subscribe to Satellite or Digital Cable High-Definition service.
2. Connect your Satellite or Cable HD Receiver to the Component or
HDMI input jacks on the DTV.
Crucial Advice for Best Picture
Composite and RF output signals
from set-top boxes are Analog. These
jacks are for compatibility to older
analog equipment, such as, a VCR.
1. DO NOT connect your HD
Satellite receiver, HD Cable Box
receiver, or DVD player to the
Composite input jacks (VIDEO 1)
on the DTV.
COMPONENT OUT
A/V OUT
DIGITAL
HDMI
(480i)
AUDIO OUT
(1080i/720p/480p)
OUTPUT
Y
VIDEO
IN
S-VIDEO
P
L
B
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
P
R
R
DIGITAL
SERVICE
UHF/VHF/CATV
ANTENNA IN
DTV Back
DO NOT Connect an HD Receiver
to either RF Terminal
2
nd
BEGIN CHANNEL SEARCH
Channel Search Note
Before starting All Channel Search, point your anten-
na(s) toward the transmitting tower(s). (Log onto
www.antennaweb.org, then type in your street
address and zip code to view a list of your local chan-
nels and the type of antenna that is necessary to receive
them. Click on "View Street Level Map" to see a map
and graph of the transmitting towers in your area.)
The channel search process may take a few minutes.
Please be patient.
Skip Channel Search Option
If you receive your local chan-
nels from a Satellite or Cable
Box connection, or you intend
only to watch videos or to play
video games on this DTV,
press the EXIT key to skip the
Channel Search process.
Then press the INPUT key on
SERVICE
UHF/VHF/CATV
the remote control to select
the AV signal source: Video 1,
Video 2, Video 3, or HDMI.
See Quik Step 3 below.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
P
R
P
B
Y
VIDEO OUT SELECT
S
OPT.
COPONENT
DIGITAL
S-VIDEO OUT
HDMI
OUT
R
L
INPUT
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
DTV Back
VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3
S-VIDEO
SERVICE
AUDIO
V
OUTPUT
L
L
R
R
DO NOT Connect Your HD Receiver
or DVD Player to the Composite Jacks
2. DO NOT connect the RF
output of a High-Definition
receiver (Satellite or Cable Box)
(1080i/7
to either DTV RF input terminal.
To view the highest resolution
your Digital AV set-top box or
DVD player can reproduce, you
must connect it to the VIDEO 2,
VIDEO 3, or HDMI inputs.
NOTE: Refer to the owner's manual for
HDMI connection instructions
SEARCH FOR
AVAILABLE CHANNELS
INPUT
key
INPUT
POWER
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
6
4
5
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
CAPTION
EXIT
M
CH
VOL
PIX SHAPE
AUDIO
RESET
DVD PLAYER CONNECTION
THE SIGNAL MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
The Component jacks on this DTV will accept HDTV, EDTV, or
SDTV video signals, making Component a great choice when con-
necting your DVD player.
Because there are two sets of component jacks, you have the option of
connecting a second digital device, such as, a Digital Cable Box or
Satellite Receiver.
NOTE: A subscription to Digital Cable service or Satellite service is required for
those connections. The subscription must include High-Definition program-
ming and you must connect an HD Receiver to your DTV to view HD images.
Connecting a DVD Player
Y
Y
(VIDEO 2 or VIDEO 3)
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
L
L
1
Simply connect a Component
R
R
cable to a set of Green, Blue,
and Red video jacks on the
DTV and to a DVD player, as
shown. (Cable is not supplied.)
2
Then connect an Audio cable
to the matching set of White
and Red audio jacks, as shown,
and to the DVD player. (Cable
is not supplied.)
3
Use the INPUT key on the
remote control to select Video 2
or Video 3. (See Skip Channel
Search Option under Quik Step
2 above.)
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Press the POWER key.
1
First
Please connect all signals and antennas to
jacks and terminals on the back of the TV.
Then press the Channel UP key.
Press EXIT key to cancel setup.
Initial On-Screen Display
Press the CH L (channel up) key to start
2
All Channel Search.
POWER
No input signal sources could be located.
key
Please check cable or antenna connections.
EXIT
Then press the Channel UP key.
key
CHANNEL
UP key
No Signal Detected—Press CHANNEL UP Again
(most common method)
DVD Player
(or Satellite receiver, Digital
Cable box, video
game, etc.)
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
VIDEO OUT SELECT
S
OPT.
S-VIDEO OUT
COPONENT
R
DIGITAL
OUT
AUDIO OUT
DTV Back
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
Y
S-VIDEO
Pb
Pb
SERVICE
V
Pr
Pr
AUDIO
OUTPUT
L
L
L
R
R
R
NOTE: This DTV has two identical
sets of Component AV jacks (VIDEO 2
& VIDEO 3), use either set (or both
sets) when connecting digital AV
equipment.
Video
P
B
P
R
L
VIDEO OUT
Audio
Y
L
R

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   Summary of Contents for Sanyo DP42746

  • Page 1: Dvd Player Connection

    Press the POWER key. First Please connect all signals and antennas to jacks and terminals on the back of the TV. Then press the Channel UP key. Press EXIT key to cancel setup. Initial On-Screen Display Press the CH L (channel up) key to start INPUT All Channel Search.

  • Page 2: Positioning Precautions

    DTV. For best viewing, avoid locating the DTV where direct sunlight or indoor lighting falls on the screen. NOTE: The optimum viewing distance of your new Sanyo Wide Screen Plasma DTV is 8.75 feet. Allow adequate space for proper ventilation (3 to 4 inches on the sides, top, and back).

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