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3 Connecting the aerial and VCR
â€¢ Read the manuals provided with the devices. Depending on the device, the connection method may be different from the diagrams. Also the device settings may need to change depending on the connection method. â€¢ Turn off all the devices including the TV. â€¢ Connecting cables are not supplied. â€¢ When connecting monaural audio to the TV, use the L/MONO jack. â€¢ You can connect an S-VIDEO compatible device (such as an S-VHS VCR) to the S-connector with an S-VIDEO cable and enjoy the high quality picture of the S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal). In that case, do not connect it to the TV with a video cable. â€¢ If you connect the VCR to the TV only with an aerial cable, you should preset the video channel from the VCR to the AV channel (channel number 0) on this TV. See â€śMANUAL CH PRESETâ€ť on page 16 and preset it manually.
Connecting the aerial
Matching aerial adapter (supplied)