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HP de 1000c Setup Manual

Hewlett-packard hp digital entertainment center set-up guide.
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setting up your
hp digital entertainment center
unpack your digital entertainment center
step 1:
get ready
Save your box and packing materials. They provide the safest way to transport the digital entertainment center.
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connect the audio
step 2:
Connect one end of the audio
cable to the dec100c's analog
connect
audio OUT jacks.
Match red to red, white to white.
Connect the other end to one set
of your receiver's audio IN jacks.
Match red to red, white to white.
Your receiver has several sets of input
jacks. Connect the de100c to the CD
input jacks or to an AUX set of jacks.
Be sure to set the receiver´s audio input to the
corresponding mode when you use your de100c:
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TAPE
TUNER
AUX1
AUX2
back of receiver
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turn on your system
step 3:
Turn on all components in your setup:
check setup
your digital entertainment center
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your television
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your receiver (with audio input tuned
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to the appropriate setting)
any daisy-chained components (such
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as a VCR)
You'll see
welcome to the hp digital
entertainment center
Your digital entertainment
center is connected.
Now perform the onscreen
configuration
de100c
remote
audio cable
(red and white
control
owner's
connectors)
guide
two AAA
batteries
digital
entertainment
center (de100c)
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connect the video
Connect one end of the composite
video cable to the de100c's
composite video OUT jack.
Connect the other end to your
TV's composite video IN jack.
alternatives
If you use an audio/video receiver, you can connect
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the video cable to the de100c's video OUT jack and
to a video IN jack on your receiver. Audio and video
connections from the de100c must enter the receiver
within the same device group (for example, through an
AUX group).
If your TV does not have a composite video IN jack
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available for use but another device in your system
TUN ER
TAPE
AUX1
(such as a VCR) does, you can connect the de100c to
that device's video IN jack. With this daisy-chained
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AUX2
method, the device the connection passes through must
be powered on when you use the de100c.
front of receiver
The de100c also has S-video and VGA connections.
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To use one of these outputs, purchase the appropriate
cable separately.
Digital audio capability is available through
the de100c´s OPTICAL and COAX ports.
on your TV screen.
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(see the other side)
store
organize
check your internet readiness
dial-up
56k modem is built in.
power
Some connection methods are
cord
not supported:
composite
video cable
Dial-up support excludes Internet Service
(yellow connectors)
Providers that rely on proprietary software,
such as AOL
and CompuServe
®
phone
ISPs that require a Web browser to display
20-foot
splitter
banner ads.
phone cord
No additional equipment is required.
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connect dial-up OR broadband
dial-up
Connect one end of the phone
cord to one of the de100c's
phone jacks.
Connect the other end to a
phone jack in your home.
sharing a phone jack
To share a household phone jack between
your digital entertainment center and a
telephone, either:
plug the phone splitter into your
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household phone jack, then connect the
de100c and the phone to the splitter, or
plug your telephone´s cord into the
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de100c´s second phone jack.
This illustration shows a typical configuration.
Your setup may differ.
AUDIO
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
L
IN
OUT
AUDIO
R
L
IR MOUSE
/G-LINK
AV
COMPULINK
discover
play
broadband
Connecting through your DSL or cable modem (external
modem required), or other broadband connection.
You need additional equipment:
Router (required) — A router lets you share the
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broadband connection between your de100c
and a PC or other Internet-connected device.
, and free
®
See your router's manual for details on router connections and
configuration.
Ethernet cable (optional) — If your router or home
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network uses an Ethernet connection, purchase this
cable separately. Home phoneline network users
(Home PNA): use phone cable supplied.
broadband: Ethernet
If your router or home network requires an Ethernet
connection:
Connect one end of your Ethernet
cable to the de100c's Ethernet port.
Connect the other end to
your router (or to a networked
RJ45 jack in your home).
broadband: Home PNA
If you have a home phoneline network (your home is
networked to your router via telephone wire within
the walls):
Connect one end of the phone
cord (provided) to one of the
de100c's phone jacks.
Connect the other end of the phone
cord to a networked phone jack in
your home.
home phone jack
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connect the phone cord OR an Ethernet cable
phone jacks
ethernet port
INPUT
1
AUDIO IN
INPUT
2
CD
TAPE
OUT
AUX1
AUX2
tv
Place your digital entertainment center
where you can easily connect it to:
your television
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your stereo or audio/video receiver
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an Internet connection (wall jack or
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router connection)
a power outlet
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Caution:
Do not block the airflow vents on top of
the device.
The digital entertainment center's infrared receiver
requires an unobstructed signal from the remote. If
you place your de100c inside a cabinet, make sure
the blue window area is not blocked from view.
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power up
Connect the power cord to
the de100c and plug it into
a grounded wall outlet.
Put the batteries into the
remote control.
router
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de100c
receiver

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