Connect the speakers, antennas, and all optional equipment first. Then connect the AC cord.
1 Connect your television set to this unit.
If your TV has an S-video input jack;
Connect the S-VIDEO OUT jack of this unit to the S-video
input jack of your TV with an optional S-video connecting
Also connect the VIDEO OUT jack of this unit to the
video input jack of your TV since the signal from S-VIDEO
OUT jack is output only when the function is DVD/CD.
If your TV does not have an S-video input jack;
Connect the VIDEO OUT jack of this unit to the video input
jack of your TV with the supplied video connecting cord.
• The illustration here shows the connection to the VIDEO
jack. S-(separate) video connection, if available, of fers
higher quality than conventional video (composite)
• If your television is a 16:9 (wide) ratio set, the default “TV
DISPLAY” setting has to be changed in the DVD setup.
See “TV DISPLA Y”, page 31.
• Direct connection between this unit and your TV set is
recommended, as described above. If the video signal from
this unit is made to pass through any other video
equipment, the picture will be blurred when playing copy-
•To view the video output from this unit, select the
corresponding video input on your TV.
2 Connect the speakers to this unit.
All speakers for a full 5.1-channel home theater configuration
come supplied with your DVD system.
Place the speakers in their proper position.
The front and the surround speakers appear identical but
should be dif ferentiated. Check their rear panels.
Either of the two front speakers can be used as the right or
the left one, and likewise for the surround speakers.