Source Connection Guide
HDMI – Connect the primary source for digital video such as a DVD
multimedia player or set top box through this all digital connector.
RGB/AUDIO – Connect the video and audio cables from a computer
AV/S-VIDEO – Connect the primary source for composite video devices,
such as a VCR or video game. Use the white and red connectors to
connect the external audio from the same source. The signal being
carried by the S-Video cable and connector, if connected, will take
priority over the Video RCA connector (yellow connector).
COMPONENT (Y-PbPr with Audio L/R) – Connect the primary source
for component video devices such as a DVD Player or set top box here.
Use red for Pr, blue for Pb, green for Y, red for right audio (R) and white
for left audio (L) inputs.
AIR/CABLE – Connect to an antenna or digital cable (out of-the-wall, not
from Cable Box) for the digital tuner.
SPDIF (Optical Digital Audio Out) – When a digital audio signal is
associated with the input selected for viewing, the digital audio will be
available on this SPDIF connection to your home theater system.
DVI AUDIO INPUT – This jack provides Audio Input from a DVI source
when connected to the HDMI 2 Input. A DVI (source) to HDMI (Display)
connection must be made to HDMI 2.
AUDIO OUT – Connect an external sound system with standard audio
cable to the AUDIO OUT L and R jacks on the back of your display and
to the AUDIO IN jacks on the amplifier.
Earphone Output – Connect to the headphones. When the headphone
is inserted to the plug, all the speakers will be muted.
10. USB/SERVICE – This USB slot is for future software upgrades.
Once your AV device is connected, press the Source button on the remote
control to select the relevant source to view. (ex: Press Comp button to select
"Component" if you have connected a source to the Component input.)