You may need to purchase extra cables separately. Your computer may not include all the cables you need for the
computer setup, and the cables included may vary by model.
For example, if the TV has an S-video input connector, you may want to use an S-video cable to connect the TV-out
on the computer to the TV.
Connecting the TV Signal Source
TV coaxial cable
Remote Infrared (IR) cable
Connect the signal source for the TV by using the TV In coaxial connector or the S-video or
composite video In connector.
NOTE: The location and number of connectors may vary by model.
Plug the connector of a coaxial cable from the TV cable into the TV/Cable Ant
connector on the back of the computer, and then turn the connector to tighten it.
Plug a cable into the S-video or composite video In connector on the back of the
computer; use an S-video cable (not provided) or the composite video cable. Plug the
other end of the cable into the set-top box or other device that is providing the signal
source for the TV.
If you are using a set-top box with S-video or composite video output, plug audio
cables (not provided) from the set-top box into the Audio In right (red) connector and
the Audio In left (white) connector on the back of the computer.
If you are using a set-top box, connect the Remote Emitter cable. See "Connecting the
Plugs into a TV signal source input
connector from cable set-top boxes or
Controls TV signal source from set-top box.
Connects one signal source to two RF inputs
on the computer.
RCA red and white ends. Connects TV
signal source Audio In and Audio Out
connectors to TV.
Connecting the Television Signal and Video Cables