RCA Audio Cable Connection
For standard AV/RCA Cable, S-Video AV/RCA Cable and High Deﬁ nition AV/RCA Cable
Connect the RCA audio cable extenders to the red and white audio cables from the video game console. Connect the supplied RCA audio cable to the
video game console's red and white audio cables and plug into the input jacks on the Sound Rocker. Follow the instructions from the video game console's
manufacturer to connect the video cable to your television.
Coaxial Cable Connection
If your video game console has a coaxial cable instead of an RCA audio cable, then use the instructions provided by the video game console's manufac-
turer to hook up the video game console through an intermediary device (such as a TV, DVD, VCR, satellite receiver, etc.). Your intermediary device must
have both a coaxial input jack (the standard jack for cable TV) and an RCA audio output jack, or you can purchase an RCA replacement cable directly from
the console manufacturer. Then follow the audio/video device connection instructions to connect your Sound Rocker.
Audio/Video Device Connection
TV, DVD PLAYER, VCR, SATELLITE RECEIVER, STEREO
Connect the supplied RCA audio cable from the red and white input jacks on the Sound Rocker to the red and white audio output connection on your
Note: Connection must be made to an AUDIO OUTPUT source. The red and white audio connections on the front
of most devices are AUDIO INPUT. SOUND WILL NOT PLAY FROM AN AUDIO INPUT SOURCE.
CONNECT UP TO FOUR SOUND ROCKERS TOGETHER FOR MULTI-USER FUN!
After connecting one Sound Rocker to an audio/video device, you can connect additional Sound Rockers together. Connect the supplied RCA audio cable to the
multi-player connection on the ﬁ rst Sound Rocker and then to the input connection on the second Sound Rocker. Repeat to add more Sound Rockers.
RCA AUDIO CABLE
The yellow RCA video cable
connects to the video input jack
on the TV. Refer to the instructions
from the video game console's
manufacturer to connect any other
video cables to your TV.