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RQT9056
Connecting to a Television and a Cable Box
75 coaxial cable from the wall to the “RF IN” on the unit.
75 coaxial cable (included) from the “RF OUT” on the unit to the “RF IN” on the cable box.
75 coaxial cable from the “RF OUT” on the cable box to the “VHF/UHF RF IN” on the TV.
Audio/video cable (included) from the “DVD/VHS COMMON OUT” on the unit to the “AV IN
on the TV.
Audio/video cable from the “AV OUT” on the cable box to the “IN1” on the unit.
AC power supply cord (included) from the “AC IN” on the unit to a household AC outlet.
Consult your cable service provider about the appropriate cable box to use.
Additional coaxial cable and audio/video (AV) cable are required.
Note:
The terminals on the rear of your TV and cable box may not appear as shown below.
Please read terminal labels carefully to ensure correct connections.
VHF/UHF
RF IN
AUDIO IN VIDEO
IN
RL
RF
OUT
RF
IN
VHF / UHF
AC IN
OPTICAL
VIDEO
R-AUDIO-L
P
R
P
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(
PC
/
BITSTREAM
)
S VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
R-AUDIO-L
R-AUDIO
-L
O
(
)
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
DVD/VHS COMMON OUT
DVD PRIORITY OUT
IN1
DVD/VHS COMMON OUT
VIDEO
R-AUDIO-L
VIDEO
R-AUDIO -L
S VIDEO
IN1
RF IN
AUDIO OUT VIDEO RF OUT
OUT
R L
1
2
6
3
4
5
Cable from the wall
Rear of cable box
stepstepstep
step step
Rear of TV
step
Rear of this unit
Red White Yellow
Red White Yellow
Red White Yellow
Red White Yellow
To a household AC outlet
(AC 120 V, 60 Hz)
Please check with your Cable Service Provider to verify whether the coaxial cable from the Cable Wall Jack
must be connected to your Cable Box fi rst, before connecting to other devices.
Getting Started
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