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Samsung SV-H620K Instruction Manual: Connecting Your Vcr To The Tv Using The Coaxial Cable; Connecting Your Vcr To The Tv Using The Scart Cable

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01823S SV-H620K/DIN-GB1
3/21/03 5:02 PM
Deciding How to Connect Your VCR
You must take into account various factors when connecting audio or video systems:
Types of connectors available on your systems
Systems connected permanently to the VCR (satellite receiver for example) or temporarily
(camcorder for example)
Your VCR is equipped with the following connectors.
Connector
Location
Type
AV1
Rear
SCART
AV1 (EURO AV)
AV2
Rear
SCART
GB
AV2 (DEC./EXT.)
AUX
Front
Audio/Video RCA
(SV-H620K Only)
AUX
Front
Audio/Video RCA
AUX
VIDEO
AUDIO
(SV-H80K/SV-H30K Only)
Audio output
Rear
Audio RCA
OUT/SORTIE
R/D
AUDIO
L/G
(SV-H620K Only)
OUT TO TV
Rear
75
TV
coaxial
IN FROM ANT. Rear
75
coaxial
Whenever you connect an audio or video system to your VCR, ensure that all elements are
switched off.
Refer to the documentation supplied with your equipment for detailed connection instructions
and associated safety precautions.
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Direction
Recommended Use
In/Out
Television
Satellite receiver
Other VCR
In/Out
Decoder for scrambled Pay TV
broadcasts
Example:
CANAL+.
Satellite receiver
Other VCR
In
Audio system
Camcorder
Other VCR
In
Audio system
Camcorder
Other VCR
Out
Audio Hi-Fi system
Out
Television
In
Aerial
Cable television network
Satellite receiver

Connecting Your VCR to the TV using the Coaxial Cable

To receive television programmes a signal must be received from
one of the following sources:
An outdoor aerial
An indoor aerial
A cable television network
A satellite receiver
Make sure that both the television and the VCR are
switched off before connecting the cables.
1
Remove the aerial or network input cable from the television.
2
Connect this cable to the 75 coaxial socket marked
rear of your VCR.
3
Plug the coaxial cable supplied into the
socket on your VCR.
4
Plug the other end of the coaxial cable into the connector
previously used for the aerial on the television.
5
To obtain better quality pictures and sound on your television, you
can also connect your VCR to the television via the SCART cable
(see section below) if your television is equipped with this type of
connection.
Connecting Your VCR to the TV using the SCART Cable
TV
Aerial
3
AV2 (DEC./EXT.)
RF coaxial
OUT/SORTIE
cable
R/D
TV
AUDIO
L/G
AV1 (EURO AV)
2
SCART Cable
You can connect your VCR to the television using the SCART cable if the appropriate input is available on
the television. You thus:
Obtain better quality sound and pictures
Simplify the setting up procedure of your VCR
Regardless of the type of connection chosen, you must always connect the coaxial cable
supplied. Otherwise, no picture will be visible on the screen when the VCR is switched off.
Make sure that both the television and the VCR are switched off before connecting the cables.
You can connect your VCR to a Hi-Fi system.
Example: You wish to take advantage of the quality of your Hi-Fi stereo system when watching a
programme or recording via your VCR. (SV-H620K only)
1
Connect the coaxial cable as indicated in the above section.
2
Connect one end of the SCART cable to the AV1(EURO AV) socket on the rear of the VCR.
3
Plug the other end into the appropriate connector on the television.
4
Plug the RCA Audio cable with stereo system into the Audio out socket on the rear of the VCR.
(SV-H620K only)
AV2 (DEC./EXT.)
OUT/SORTIE
R/D
TV
2
AUDIO
L/G
AV1 (EURO AV)
on the
TV
AV2 (DEC./EXT.)
TV
AV1 (EURO AV)
GB
3
4
4
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