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AC Power Cord
Plug into a power outlet.
AUDIO OUT (L, R)
Connect to a TV or other equipment with audio
COMPONENT/PROGRESSIVE VIDEO OUT (Y Pb Pr)
Connect to a TV with Component Video (Y Pb Pr)
Scart socket 2
Connection of an additional device (satellite
receiver, set-top box, video recorder, camcorder,
Scart socket 1
Connection of a TV set. Composite-output and
RF IN (FROM ANT.)
Connect to your antenna or cable TV outlet.
RF OUT (TO TV)
Connect to a TV with an RF coaxial input.
COAXIAL (Digital Audio Out)
Connect to an amplifier with a coaxial digital
Connect to a TV with an S-Video Input.
• Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the rear panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent damage
to the DVD Recorder+VCR.
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Identification of Controls
Disconnect the antenna/cable from the rear of your
Connect this cable to the jack marked RF IN (FROM
ANT.) on the rear panel of the DVD Recorder+VCR.
If your cable wire is connected to your TV without a
converter or descrambler box, unscrew the wire from your TV and attach it to the RF IN (FROM ANT.) jack on the
rear panel of the DVD Recorder+VCR.
Use the supplied RF cable to connect between the DVD Recorder+VCR’s OUT (TO TV) jack and the antenna input
jack on your TV. With this connection, you can receive all midband, superband, and hyperband channels (all
• There are a variety of ways to connect the DVD Recorder+VCR to your TV and other equipment. Use only one of
the connections described below. Whichever TV connection you use will work with all input sources.
• Please refer to the manuals for your TV, VCR, stereo system, or other devices as necessary to make the best
• For better sound reproduction, connect the DVD Recorder+VCR’s AUDIO OUT jacks to the audio in jacks of your
amplifier, receiver, stereo, or audio/video equipment. See ‘Connecting an Amplifier/Receiver‘ on page 17.
• Make sure the DVD Recorder+VCR is connected directly to the TV, and the TV is set to the correct video input.
• Do not connect the DVD Recorder+VCR’s AUDIO OUT jack to the phono in jack (record deck) of your audio system.
• Do not connect the DVD Recorder+VCR via your VCR. The DVD image could be distorted by the copy protection
Rear of DVD Recorder+VCR