Connecting To A Television Via Video Input (Composite Video); Connection Via Component Signal (Ypbpr/Progressive Scan Und Yuv) - Silvercrest KH 6506 Operating Manual

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6.3. Connecting to a television via video input
(composite video)
For this connection variant the television must be equipped
with Audio/Video cinch sockets (Composite Video).
In order to connect the DVD player to a television via
Composite Video you will need
• an Audio/Video cinch cable (not supplied)
• Connect the yellow plug of the Audio/Video cinch cable to
the television's yellow video socket.
• Insert the white Audio/Video cinch cable plug into the
cinch socket inscribed "FL" on the rear panel of the DVD
player.
• Then insert the white plug at the other end of the
Audio/Video cinch cable into the left channel audio socket
on the television.
• Insert the red Audio/Video cinch cable plug into the cinch
socket inscribed "FR" on the rear panel of the DVD player.
• Then insert the red plug at the other end of the Audio/Video
cinch cable into the right channel audio socket on the tele-
vision.
• For playback select the matching channel on your television Check
with the television's instruction manual on how you can set the AV
channel.
• In the OSD menu select the menu Video/Video out/RGB.
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On this topic see also capital "Video settings".
6.4. Connection via component signal (YPbPr/Progressive
Scan und YUV)
This connection variant is only possible with very high grade
televisions, LCD/Plasma screens or Video projectors
Check with the instruction manual of the corresponding play-
back device to see if this connections variant is available.
It is possible that additional playback device settings must be
implemented.
The so called "Component signal" is put out via the YPbPr
socket of the DVD player. The Component signal is also avail-
able in the form of
• the so called "YUV" signals (Half images)
as well as in the form of
• so called "YPbPr" signal (Full image/Progressive Scan).
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On this topic see also capital "Glossary/Classified index".
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NOTE:
For both variants the television, to which you want to con-
nect the DVD player must have two unoccupied Audio cinch
sockets available.
The cable connections are the same in both cases; YPbPr-sig-
nal for Progressive Scan however can only be used if the tele-
vision (or Video projector), to which you want to connect the
DVD player, is capable of Progressive Scan.
If you are not sure whether the television (or Video projec-
tor), to which you want to connect the DVD player is capable
of Progressive Scan and has cinch sockets available then you
can check this by consulting the television's (or Video projec-
tors's) instruction manual.
For both variations – "YPbPr" and "YUV"– you will need
• an audio cinch cable (not supplied)
• an YUV cable (not supplied) These can be obtained from
your dealer.
On the rear panel of the DVD player you will find the three
so called "Component Colour Out" sockets "Y", "Pb/Cb" and
"Pr/Cr".
In order to connect the DVD player via component signal…
• Connect the sockets "Y"(green), "Pb/Cb"(blue), and "Pr/Cr"
(red) with the corresponding sockets on the television.
• Insert the white plug of the Audio cinch cable (not supp-
lied) into the cinch socket inscribed "FL" on the rear panel
of the DVD player.
• Then insert the white plug at the other end of the audio
cinch cable into the left channel audio socket on the tele-
vision.
• Insert the red audio cinch cable plug into the cinch socket
inscribed "FR" on the rear panel of the DVD player.
• Then insert the red plug at the other end of the audio
cinch cable into the right channel audio socket on the
television.
• For playback select the matching channel on your tele-
vision Check with the television's instruction manual on
how you can set the AV channel.
• In the OSD menu under the menu Video/Video
out/Component select respectively P-Scan.
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On this topic see also capital 8.3 "Video settings:
Video out“.
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