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Configuring A/V and Closed Caption Settings
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DCX700 High-Definition Digital Set-Top Box • User Guide
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The Advanced Audio/Video Settings option allows you to customize several
advanced audio and video features of the DCX700.
Selecting this option will present a new menu screen with settings specific to
closed captions, including font style, color, and size. These settings are
discussed in more detail below
The Auto Power Down setting allows you to configure the DCX700 to power
off automatically after a period of inactivity. The options are used as follows:
4 Hours – The DCX700 will automatically power itself off after 4 continuous
hours of inactivity. An alert screen will be displayed on your television
indicating that the DCX700 is about to power itself down. You may press any
key on the remote control, or the Power button on the front panel, while the
alert screen is being displayed to prevent the DCX700 from powering itself
Disabled – The DCX700 will not automatically power itself off regardless of
how long the period of inactivity. You must power off the DCX700 manually
using either the remote control or the Power button on the front panel.
Note: Inactivity occurs when the DCX700 is powered on and tuned to a
channel but has received no user input, either via the front panel or the remote
control, for an extended period of time. Whenever the DCX700 receives input
from the user, either through the use of the front panel or the remote control,
the inactivity timer is reset.
To reset all User Settings to their default values, move the cursor to this option
and press the ► key.


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  • Norbert Weiss Nov 12, 2017 06:19:
    Very nice. After many years of connecting devices with unfavorabl​e results, I now have a better understand​ing of what may be wrong or needs adjusting to maximize content. Each feature described is clear and to the point which makes for easy reading.
  • EDGARDO MOLINA ESCOBAR Oct 16, 2014 03:42:
    HOW CAN I remote control to adjust the volume