For both variants the television, to which you want to con-
nect the DVD player must have two unoccupied Audio cinch
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
On the rear panel of the DVD player you will find the three
so called "Component Colour Out" sockets "Y", "Pb/Cb" and
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-
• 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
• 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.
On this topic see also capital 8.3 "Video settings: