Figure 1. Key sockets on rear panel
a. AM antenna socket
Note: For prolong the life span of your radio, please use the adapter your manufacturer provided only.
1. Video out socket
2. Coaxial input socket
This socket connects to an coaxial digital cable from your TV/component device.
3. Optical input socket
This socket connects to a fiber-optic digital cable will allow
igital signal to your radio.
4. Line in socket
This socket allows your radio to be used as an external amplifier for MP3 players, compact disc
players and similar devices.
5. Aux input socket
This input will accept stereo plugs from MP3 players, computers or TV which has RCA style jacks.
How to play 'Coaxial in'/'Optical in'/'Line in'/ 'AUX'?
Note that technically the working principle of sockets 2-5 has no difference.
This instructional manual will demonstrate
1. Plug audio source line into 'coaxial in' socket at the back of your radio.
2. Press SOURCE
3. Adjust volume level by pressing - volume +.
These convenient keyhole slots allow you to mount your radio to the wall. Please ensure you use
a drywall anchor rated for 20lbs. Each drywall anchor should be placed 16" on center apart from
each other; please measure the distance of the keyhole slots on the back of your radio to ensure
accuracy. The keyhole slots accommodate #9 woodscrews
b. Power cord socket
'how to play coaxial?' as for instance.
your radio into
How to play video?
1. Connect video cables to both video out
sockets of your radio and video source
of your TV.
3. Press and hold
system setting and then press
you 'video output on' , press
4. Insert iPod/iPhone/iPad into the dock.
5. Shift your iPod/iPhone/iPad in movie
mode, then enjoy it!
SOURCE to shift your radio into
until it goes into
, it will ask