• PACE TDC777D Hook Up with TV (Component)

    You will need:
    - 1 coaxial cable line
    - 1 set Component cables

    1.) Connect active cable line from wall (or floor) into “RF IN” on back of digital box

    2.) Connect component cables from “Y/Pb/Pr” and “Audio” on back of box to “Component In” on back of television to corresponding colours.

    3.) Connect supplied power cable into a live power source and into digital box

    4.) Turn on TV and tune to Component input

    5.) Turn on digital box using supplied Access Communications remote

  • PACE TDC777D Home Theater and HDTV (Component)

    You will need:
    - 1 coaxial cable line
    - 1 set Component cables (Split into 3 video signals [red, blue, green] and 2 audio signals [red and white])
    - 1 optical audio cable (optional) (must be purchased)

    1.) Connect active cable line from wall (or floor) into “RF IN” on back of digital box

    2.) Connect component video cables from “Y/Pb/Pr ” on back of digital box to “Component In” on back of television to corresponding colours

    3.) Connect component audio cables from “Audio” on back of digital box to “Audio In” on back of home theatre

    Or

    1.) Connect Optical audio cable from “Optical” on digital box to “Optical In” on back of home theatre

    2.) Connect supplied power cable to live power supply and into digital box - Turn on TV and tune to Component input

    3.) Turn on Home Theatre and tune to input

    4.) Turn on digital box using supplied Access Communications remote

  • PACE TDC777D and HDTV (HDMI)

    You will need:
    - 1 coaxial cable line
    - 1 HDMI cable (must be purchased)

    1.) Connect active cable line from wall (or floor) into “RF IN” on back of digital box - Connect HDMI cable from “HDMI” port on back of digital box to “HDMI IN” on television

    2.) Connect supplied power cable into a live power source and into digital box

    3.) Turn on TV and tune to HDMI input

    4.) Turn on digital box using supplied Access Communications remote

  • PACE TDC777D Home Theater and HDTV (HDMI)

    You will need:
    - 1 coaxial cable line
    - 2 HDMI cables (must be purchased)

    1.) Connect active cable line from wall (or floor) into “RF IN” on back of digital box

    2.) Connect HDMI cable from “HDMI” port on back of digital box to “HDMI IN” on Home Theatre

    3.) Connect HDMI cable from “HDMI Out” on Home Theatre to “HDMI In” on Television

    4.) Connect supplied power cable into a live power source and into digital box

    5.) Turn on TV and tune to HDMI input

    6.) Turn on Home Theatre and tune to HDMI input

    7.) Turn on digital box using supplied Access Communications remote

  • PACE DC550D Hook Up with TV (Component)

    You will need:
    - 1 coaxial cable line
    - 1 set Component cables

    1.) Connect active cable line from wall (or floor) into “Cable In” on back of digital box

    2.) Connect component cables from “Y/Pb/Pr” and “Audio out” on back of box to “Component In” on back of television to corresponding colours.

    3.) Connect supplied power cable into a live power source and into digital box

    4.) Turn on TV and tune to Component input

    5.) Turn on digital box using supplied Access Communications remote

  • PACE DC550D Home Theater and HDTV (Component)

    You will need:
    - 1 coaxial cable line
    - 1 set Component cables (Split into 3 video signals [red, blue, green] and 2 audio signals [red and white])
    - 1 optical audio cable (optional) (must be purchased)

    1.) Connect active cable line from wall (or floor) into “Cable In” on back of digital box

    2.) Connect component video cables from “Y/Pb/Pr” on back of digital box to “Component In” on back of television to corresponding colours

    3.) Connect component audio cables from “Audio Out” on back of digital box to “Audio In” on back of home theatre

    Or

    1.) Connect Optical audio cable from “Optical” on digital box to “Optical In” on back of home theatre

    2.) Connect supplied power cable to live power supply and into digital box

    3.) Turn on TV and tune to Component input

    4.) Turn on Home Theatre and tune to input

    5.) Turn on digital box using supplied Access Communications remote

  • PACE DC550D and HDTV (HDMI)

    You will need:
    - 1 coaxial cable line
    - 1 HDMI cable (must be purchased)

    1.) Connect active cable line from wall (or floor) into “Cable In” on back of digital box

    2.) Connect HDMI cable from “HDMI” port on back of digital box to “HDMI IN” on television

    3.) Connect supplied power cable into a live power source and into digital box

    4.) Turn on TV and tune to HDMI input

    5.) Turn on digital box using supplied Access Communications remote

  • PACE DC550D Setup with Home Theater and HDTV (HDMI)

    You will need:
    - 1 coaxial cable line
    - 2 HDMI cables (must be purchased)


    1.) Connect active cable line from wall (or floor) into “Cable In” on back of digital box

    2.) Connect HDMI cable from “HDMI” port on back of digital box to “HDMI IN” on Home Theatre

    3.) Connect HDMI cable from “HDMI Out” on Home Theatre to “HDMI In” on Television

    4.) Connect supplied power cable into a live power source and into digital box

    5.) Turn on TV and tune to HDMI input

    6.) Turn on Home Theatre and tune to HDMI input

    7.) Turn on digital box using supplied Access Communications remote

  • DCT 6412 Hook Up with TV

    You Need:
    - 1 Active Cable line.
    - 1 DCT 6412
    - 1 Set A/V Cables
    - 1 TV

    1.) Take the cable from the wall and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 6412.

    2.) Use the A/V Cable to connect the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R OUT on the DCT 6412 to the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R IN on the TV.Added Info:
    The TV must be set to Video/Aux Input to get the signal from the DCT 6412.

  • DCT 6412 Hook Up with VCR And TV

    You Need:
    - 1 Coaxial Cable
    - 1 DCT 6412
    - 1 Set A/V Cables
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable Line

    1.) Take the cable from the wall and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 6412.

    2.) Use the A/V Cable to connect the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R OUT on the DCT 6412 to the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R IN on the VCR.

    3.) Use the coaxial cable to go from the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TV.Added Info:
    You would use this method if your TV does not have the Audio/Video connections. The TV must be on channel 3 at all times, and the VCR must be on Video/Aux Input to pass the signal from the DCT 6412.

  • DCT 6412 Setup with Home Theater and HDTV

    You Need:
    - 1 Coaxial Cable
    - 1 Component Video Cable (must be purchased)
    - 1 DCT 6412
    - 1 Optical SPDIF Cable (must be purchased)
    - 1 pair Audio Cables (Red and White)
    - 1 HDTV
    - 1 Dolby Digital Stereo Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 6412.

    2.) Use the Audio Cable to connect the AUDIO L/R OUT on the DCT 6412 to the AUDIO L/R IN on the Stereo.

    3.) Connect 1 end of the Component Video cable to the Y Pb Pr connections on the DCT 6412 and connect the other end to the matching Component Video connections on the TV set.

    4.) Connect the Dolby Digital SPDIF Optical connection on the DCT 6412 to the SPDIF Optical connection on your Stereo Receiver.Added Info:
    The Red and White audio cables will provide the Analog audio signal for all channels. The Optical SPDIF audio cable will provide Dolby Digital and 5.1 sound. (This connection will also provide audio on the Analogue channels where previous DCT's still required the red and white connections.)
    The Component cable provides the HDTV signal and must be used to get the HDTV quality signal.

  • Home Theater Set Up With DCT 6412 and S-Video

    You Need:
    - 1 Coaxial Cable
    - 1 Pair Of Audio Cables
    - 1 PCM/SPDIF cable or 1 Optical Audio SPDIF Cable
    - 1 DCT 6412
    - 1 TV with S-Video connector
    - 1 Home Theater Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable Line
    - 1 S-Video cableThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 6412.

    2.) Use the Audio cables to connect the AUDIO L/R OUT on the DCT 6412 to the AUDIO L/R IN on the Stereo.

    3.) Connect the S-VIDEO on the back of the DCT 6412 to the S-VIDEO IN on back of TV set with an S-Video cable.

    4.) Connect the SPDIF audio out connection on the DCT 6412 to the SPDIF audio in connection on the Stereo Receiver.Added Info:
    The Red and White audio connections will allow Dolby Pro Logic sound on all channels.
    If you want Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, then you must also connect a PCM SPDIF or a Digital Optical SPDIF cable to the DCT 6412 and the Stereo receiver.(These connections will provide Dolby Digital and 5.1 Surround Sound on the Digital channels - this connection will also provide audio on the Analogue channels which previous DCT's still required the red and white connections.)
    To activate the S-Video signal, you must switch your TV to the S-Video input.

  • Picture In Picture With DCT 6412

    You Need:
    - 1 Splitter
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 A/V Cables
    - 1 DCT 6412
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable Line The Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the INPUT on the splitter.

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from 1 OUTPUT on the splitter directly to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from Out to TV on VCR to ANT IN on the TV set.

    4.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the other OUTPUT of the splitter to the CABLE IN on the DCT 6412.

    5.) Use the A/V Cable to connect the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R OUT of the DCT 6412 to the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R IN on the TV.Added Info:
    Use the remote that came with the TV to control 1 picture on the TV, and use the remote for the DCT 6412 to change channels on the other picture.

  • Using the DCT 6412 with a VCR

    You Need:
    - 1 Splitter
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Audio RCA Cable
    - 1 Component Video Cable (Y/PB/PR)
    - 1 DCT 6412
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the INPUT on the splitter.

    2) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from 1 OUTPUT on the splitter directly to the ANT IN on the VCR. Connect the Coax Output on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TV.

    3) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the other OUTPUT of the splitter to the CABLE IN on the DCT 6412.

    4) Use the Audio RCA cable to connect the Audio OUTs of the DCT 6412 to the matching inputs on the TV.

    5) Use the Component Video cable to connect the Video OUTs of the DCT 6412 to the matching inputs on the TV.Note: Once all cables have been correctly connected, you will need to switch between the video input modes on the TV when you want to watch the analog channels. This can be done by first pressing the TV button on your PVR remote control, then pressing VIDEO SOURCE. When watching digital or HD channels, you will want to be watching the Component input. When watching analog channels, you will want to have the TV set to your VCR input (the exact name of this input can vary amongst different TV manufacturers). You will also need the VCR set to your CABLE input; many VCRs will detect this automatically and default to this input - in this case, nothing further is required. You are able to watch analog channels without switching video modes, however, you may experience some picture distortion as a result of your PVR attempting to digitally process an analog signal.

  • Using the DCT 6412 without a VCR

    You Need:
    - 1 Splitter
    - 2 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Audio RCA Cable
    - 1 Component Video Cable (Y/PB/PR)
    - 1 DCT 6412
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the INPUT on the splitter.

    2) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from 1 OUTPUT on the splitter directly the the ANT IN on the TV set.

    3) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the other OUTPUT of the splitter to the CABLE IN on the DCT 6412.

    4) Use the Audio RCA cable to connect the Audio OUTs of the DCT 6412 to the matching inputs on the TV.

    5) Use the Component Video cable to connect the Video OUTs of the DCT 6412 to the matching inputs on the TV.Note: Once all cables have been correctly connected, you will need to switch between the video input modes on the TV when you want to watch the analog channels. This can be done by first pressing the TV button on your PVR remote control, then pressing VIDEO SOURCE. When watching digital or HD channels, you will want to be watching the Component input. When watching analog channels, you will want to have the TV set to your ANT or Cable input (the exact name of this input can vary amongst different TV manufacturers). You are able to watch analog channels without switching video modes, however, you may experience some picture distortion as a result of your PVR attempting to digitally process an analog signal.

  • DCT 3412 Hook Up with HDMI to TV

    You Need:
    - 1 Active Cable line.
    - 1 DCT 3412
    - 1 HDMI Cable
    - 1 TVThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall and connect it directly to the RF IN on the DCT 3412.

    2.) Use the HDMI Cable to connect the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R OUT on the DCT 3412 to the HDMI IN on the TV.Added Info:
    The TV must be set to HDMI Input to get the signal from the DCT 3412.

  • DCT 3412 Hook Up with TV

    You Need:
    - 1 Active Cable line.
    - 1 DCT 3412
    - 1 Set A/V Cables
    - 1 TVThe Hook Up:
    1.) Take the cable from the wall and connect it directly to the RF IN on the DCT 3412.
    2.) Use the A/V Cable to connect the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R OUT on the DCT 3412 to the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R IN on the TV.Added Info:
    The TV must be set to Video / Aux / Input to get the signal from the DCT 3412.

  • DCT 3412 Hook Up with VCR And TV

    You Need:
    - 1 Coaxial Cable
    - 1 DCT 3412
    - 1 Set A/V Cables
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:
    1.) Take the cable from the wall and connect it directly to the RF IN on the DCT 3412.
    2.) Use the A/V Cable to connect the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R OUT on the DCT 3412 to the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R IN on the VCR.
    3.) Use the coaxial cable to go from the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TV.Added Info:
    You would use this method if your TV does not have the Audio / Video connections. The TV must be on channel 3 at all times, and the VCR must be on Video / Aux / Input to pass the signal from the DCT 3412.

  • DCT 3412 Setup to Home Theater to HDTV with HDMI

    You Need:
    - 1 Coaxial Cable
    - 2 HDMI Cables (must be purchased)
    - 1 DCT 3412
    - 1 HDTV
    - 1 Stereo Receiver with HDMI in and out
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the RF IN on the DCT 3412.

    2.) Connect 1 end of an HDMI cable to the HDMI connection on the DCT 3412 and connect the other end to the matching HDMI IN connection on the stereo.

    3.) Connect 1 end of the other HDMI cable to the HDMI OUT connection on the stereo and connect the other end to the matching HDMI IN on the TV.

  • DCT 3412 Setup with Home Theater and HDTV (Component)

    You Need:
    - 1 Coaxial Cable
    - 1 Component Video Cable (must be purchased)
    - 1 DCT 3412
    - 1 Optical SPDIF Cable (must be purchased)
    - 1 HDTV
    - 1 Dolby Digital Stereo Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the RF IN on the DCT 3412.

    2.) Connect 1 end of the Component Video cable to the Y Pb Pr connections on the DCT 3412 and connect the other end to the matching Component Video connections on the TV set.

    3.) Connect the Dolby Digital SPDIF Optical connection on the DCT 3412 to the SPDIF Optical connection on your Stereo Receiver.Added Info:
    The Optical SPDIF audio cable will provide Dolby Digital and 5.1 sound. (This connection will also provide audio on the Analogue channels.)
    The Component cable provides the HDTV signal and must be used to get the HDTV quality picture.

  • DCT 3412 Setup with Home Theater and HDTV (HDMI)

    You Need:
    - 1 Coaxial Cable
    - 1 HDMI Cable (must be purchased)
    - 1 DCT 3412
    - 1 Optical SPDIF Cable (must be purchased)
    - 1 HDTV
    - 1 Dolby Digital Stereo Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the RF IN on the DCT 3412.

    2.) Connect 1 end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI connection on the DCT 3412 and connect the other end to the matching HDMI connection on the TV set.

    3.) Connect the Dolby Digital SPDIF Optical connection on the DCT 3412 to the SPDIF Optical connection on your Stereo Receiver.Added Info:
    The Optical SPDIF audio cable will provide Dolby Digital and 5.1 sound to the Stereo receiver. (This connection will also provide audio on the Analogue channels.)
    The HDMI cable provides the HDTV signal and must be used to get the HDTV quality picture. The HDMI cable also provides audio sound to the HDTV set, which enables viewing without having the Stereo receiver on.

  • Home Theater Set Up With DCT 3412 and S-Video

    You Need:
    - 1 Coaxial Cable
    - 1 Pair Of Audio Cables
    - 1 DCT 3412
    - 1 TV with S-Video connector
    - 1 Home Theater Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable Line
    - 1 S-Video cableThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the RF IN on the DCT 3412.

    2.) Use the audio cables to connect the AUDIO L/R OUT on the DCT 3412 to the AUDIO L/R IN on the Stereo.

    3.) Connect the S-VIDEO on the back of the DCT 3412 to the S-VIDEO IN on back of TV set with an S-Video cable.Added Info:
    The Red and White audio connections will allow Dolby Pro Logic sound on all channels.
    If you want Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, then you must also connect a PCM SPDIF or a Digital Optical SPDIF cable to the DCT 3412 and the Stereo receiver.
    To activate the S-Video signal, you must switch your TV to the S-Video input.

  • Picture In Picture With DCT 3412

    You Need:
    - 1 Splitter
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 A/V Cables
    - 1 DCT 3412
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the INPUT on the splitter.

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from 1 OUTPUT on the splitter directly to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from Out to TV on VCR to ANT IN on the TV set.

    4.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the other OUTPUT of the splitter to the RF IN on the DCT 3412.

    5.) Use the A/V Cable to connect the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R OUT of the DCT 3412 to the VIDEO & AUDIO L/R IN on the TV.Added Info:
    Use the remote that came with the TV to control 1 picture on the TV, and use the remote for the DCT 3412 to change channels on the other picture

  • DCT 2500 Hook Up with VCR And TV

    You Need:
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 DCT 2500
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable Line1.) Take the cable from the wall and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 2500.

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2500 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TV.

    4.) Ensure you leave the supplied black coaxial cable connected to the TO RF IN and RF IN (left hand side) connectors.Added Info:
    The TV must be on channel 3 at all times. VCR must be on channel 3 to record off the DCT 2500.

  • DCT 2500 With RF Bypass

    You Need:
    - 4 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 RF Switch
    - 1 DCT 2500
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Connect the RF Switch to the RF IN on the DCT 2500 (left hand side).

    2.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 2500.

    3.) Use the 6' cable to connect TO RF IN on the DCT 2500 to the RF IN on the RF Switch.

    4.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2500 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect OUT TO TV on the VCR to the CONV IN on the RF Switch.

    6.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect RF OUT on the DCT 2500 to the ANT IN on the TV.Added Info:
    When Bypass is activated, you will not be able to watch the DCT 2500 picture, or a VCR tape.

  • Home Theater Set Up With DCT 2500 and S-Video

    You Need:
    -3 Coaxial Cables
    -1 Pair Of Audio Cables / 1 PCM/SPDIF cable / 1 Optical Audio SPDIF Cable
    -1 DCT 2500
    -1 VCR
    -1 TV with S-Video connector
    -1 Home Theater Receiver
    -1 Active Cable Line
    -1 S-Video cableThe Hook Up:

    1.)Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 2500.

    2.)Use the 6' coaxial cable to go from TO RF IN on the DCT 2500 to the RF IN on the DCT 2500.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2500 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    4.) Use the pair of audio cables to connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the DCT 2500 to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Home Theater Receiver.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TV.

    6.) Connect the S-VIDEO on back of DCT 2500 to the S-VIDEO IN on back of TV set with user supplied S-Video cable.Added Info:
    If you want Home Theatre Surround Sound from the VCR, you must also connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the VCR, to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Receiver. Also, the regular channels audio will only be MTS Stereo. If you use audio cables from DCT 2500, this will give you Pro Logic stereo, to get 5.1 stereo, you must connect the SPDIF on the DCT 2500 to the SPDIF Input on your stereo receiver.
    Setup audio properties in menu system for DCT 2500 as per owners' manual.
    To use the S-Video function of the DCT 2500 and TV, you must set the TV to S-Video mode in order to receive the signal. In this mode you cannot access the VCR functions or view VCR tapes.

  • Home Theater Set Up With DCT 2500

    You Need:
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Pair Of Audio Cables
    - 1 DCT 2500
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Home Theater Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 2500.

    2.) Use the 6' coaxial cable to go from TO RF IN on the DCT 2500 to the RF IN on the DCT 2500.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2500 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    4.) Use the pair of audio cables to connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the DCT 2500 to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Home Theater Receiver.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TVAdded Info:
    If you want Home Theatre Surround Sound from the VCR, you must also connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the VCR, to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Receiver, this will give you Pro Logic surround sound. Also, the regular channels audio will only be MTS Stereo.
    If you use audio cables from DCT 2500 and connect to Stereo receiver, you will only get Pro Logic audio. To get 5.1 audio you must use the SPDIF on the DCT 2500 and connect it to the SPDIF Input on your Stereo Receiver.
    Setup audio properties in menu system for DCT 2500 as per owners' manual.

  • Picture In Picture With DCT 2500

    - 1 Splitter
    - 4 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Audio/Video Cable
    - 1 DCT 2500
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the INPUT on the splitter.

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from 1 OUTPUT of the splitter directly to the ANT IN on the TV.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the other OUTPUT of the splitter to the CABLE IN on the DCT 2500.

    4.) Ensure you leave the supplied coaxial cable connected to the TO RF IN connector and RF IN connector.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2500 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    6.) Use the Audio/Video Cable to connect the AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUTS on the VCR to the AUDIO/VIDEO INPUTS on the TV.Added Info:
    Use the remote that came with the TV to control 1 picture on the TV, and use the remote for the DCT 2500 to change channels on the other picture. For the second picture to work, VCR must be turned on and on CHANNEL 3, or one of the pictures will be black or snowy.

  • DCT 2000 Hook Up with VCR And TV

    You Need:
    - 2 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 DCT 2000
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable Line1.) Take the cable from the wall and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 2000.

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2000 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TV.

    4.) Ensure you leave the supplied black coaxial cable connected to the TO RF IN and RF IN (left hand side) connectors.Added Info:
    The TV must be on channel 3 at all times. VCR must be on channel 3 to record off the DCT 2000.

  • DCT 2000 With RF Bypass

    You Need:
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 RF Switch
    - 1 DCT 2000
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Connect the RF Switch to the RF IN on the DCT 2000 (left hand side).

    2.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 2000.

    3.) Use the 6' cable to connect TO RF IN on the DCT 2000 to the RF IN on the RF Switch.

    4.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2000 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect OUT TO TV on the VCR to the CONV IN on the RF Switch.

    6.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect RF OUT on the DCT 2000 to the ANT IN on the TV.Added Info:
    When Bypass is activated, you will not be able to watch the DCT 2000 picture, or a VCR tape.

  • Home Theater Set Up With DCT 2000 and S-Video

    You Need:
    - 2 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Pair Of Audio Cables
    - 1 DCT 2000
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV with S-Video connector
    - 1 Home Theater Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable Line
    - 1 S-Video cableThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the
    CABLE IN on the DCT 2000.

    2.) Use the 6' coaxial cable to go from TO RF IN on the DCT 2000 to the RF IN on the DCT 2000.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2000 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    4.) Use the pair of audio cables to connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the DCT 2000 to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Home Theater Receiver.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TV.

    6.) Connect the S-VIDEO on back of DCT 2000 to the S-VIDEO IN on back of TV set with user supplied S-Video cable.Added Info:
    If you want Home Theatre Surround Sound from the VCR, you must also connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the VCR, to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Receiver. Also, the regular channels audio will only be MTS Stereo. If you use audio cables from DCT 2000, this will give you Pro Logic stereo, to get 5.1 stereo, you must connect the SPDIF on the DCT 2000 to the SPDIF Input on your stereo receiver.
    Setup audio properties in menu system for DCT 2000 as per owners' manual.
    To use the S-Video function of the DCT 2000 and TV, you must set the TV to S-Video mode in order to receive the signal. In this mode you cannot access the VCR functions or view VCR tapes.

  • Home Theater Set Up With DCT 2000

    You Need:
    - 2 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Pair Of Audio Cables
    - 1 DCT 2000
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Home Theater Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT 2000.

    2.) Use the 6' coaxial cable to go from TO RF IN on the DCT 2000 to the RF IN on the DCT 2000.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2000 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    4.) Use the pair of audio cables to connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the DCT 2000 to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Home Theater Receiver.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TVAdded Info:
    If you want Home Theatre Surround Sound from the VCR, you must also connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the VCR, to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Receiver, this will give you Pro Logic surround sound. Also, the regular channels audio will only be MTS Stereo.
    If you use audio cables from DCT 2000 and connect to Stereo receiver, you will only get Pro Logic audio. To get 5.1 audio you must use the SPDIF on the DCT 2000 and connect it to the SPDIF Input on your Stereo Receiver.
    Setup audio properties in menu system for DCT 2000 as per owners' manual.

  • Picture In Picture With DCT 2000

    You Need:
    - 1 Splitter
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Audio/Video Cable
    - 1 DCT 2000
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the INPUT on the splitter.

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from 1 OUTPUT of the splitter directly to the ANT IN on the TV.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the other OUTPUT of the splitter to the CABLE IN on the DCT 2000.

    4.) Ensure you leave the supplied coaxial cable connected to the TO RF IN connector and RF IN connector.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the TO TV/VCR on the DCT 2000 to the ANT IN on the VCR.
    6.) Use the Audio/Video Cable to connect the AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUTS on the VCR to the AUDIO/VIDEO INPUTS on the TV.Added Info:
    Use the remote that came with the TV to control 1 picture on the TV, and use the remote for the DCT 2000 to change channels on the other picture. For the second picture to work, VCR must be turned on and on CHANNEL 3, or one of the pictures will be black or snowy.

  • DCT1000 Home Theater Set Up

    You Need:
    - 2 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Pair Of Audio Cables
    - 1 DCT1000
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Home Theater Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT1000.

    2.) Use the 6' coaxial cable to go from TO CONV on the DCT1000 to the CABLE IN on the DCT1000.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from TO TV/VCR on the DCT1000 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    4.) Use the pair of audio cables to connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the DCT1000 to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Home Theater Receiver.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TVAdded Info:
    If you want Home Theatre Surround Sound from the VCR, you must also connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the VCR, to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Receiver. Also, no matter which way you connect to the Receiver, the Digital Channel Audio will be PRO LOGIC, the regular channels audio will only be MTS Stereo.
    You must also go into the Menu/Setup/Audio function and setup the Digital box for the type of Stereo Equipment you have. Detailed settings can be found on page 17 of the Access Digital User Reference Guide.

  • DCT1000 With RF Bypass

    You Need:
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 RF Switch
    - 1 DCT1000
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Connect the RF Switch to the CABLE IN on the DCT1000 (between the TO TV/VCR and the TO CONV connectors).

    2.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT1000.

    3.) Use the 6' cable to connect TO CONV on the DCT1000 to the RF IN on the RF Switch.

    4.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect TO TV/VCR on the DCT1000 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect OUT TO TV on the VCR to the CONV IN on the RF Switch.

    6.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect RF OUT on the DCT1000 to the ANT IN on the TV.Added Info:
    When Bypass is activated, you will not be able to watch the DCT1000 picture, or a VCR tape.

  • DCT1000 With VCR And TV

    You Need:
    - 2 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 DCT1000
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook-Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall and connect it directly to the CABLE IN on the DCT1000.

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the TO TV/VCR on the DCT1000 to the ANT IN on the VCR.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TV.

    4.) Ensure you leave the supplied black coaxial cable connected to the TO CONV and CABLE IN (left hand side) connectors.Added Info:
    The TV must be on channel 3 at all times. VCR must be on channel 3 to record off the DCT1000.

  • Picture In Picture With DCT1000

    1 Splitter
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Audio/Video Cable
    - DCT1000
    - VCR
    - TV
    - Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor) and connect it directly to the INPUT of the splitter.

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from 1 OUTPUT of the splitter to ANT IN on the TV.

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the other OUTPUT of the splitter to CABLE IN on the DCT1000.

    4.) Make sure that there is a little 6' cable connected to the DCT1000 on the TO CONV and CABLE IN (on the left-hand side).

    5.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from TO TV/VCR on the DCT1000 to ANT IN on the VCR.

    6.) Use the Audio/Video Cable to connect the AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUTS on the VCR to the AUDIO/VIDEO INPUTS on the TV.Added Info:
    Use the remote that came with the TV to control 1 picture on the TV, and use the remote for the DCT 1000 to change channels on the other picture. For the second picture to work, the VCR must be turned on and on CHANNEL 3, or one of the pictures will be black or snowy.

  • DCT 700 Hook Up with VCR And TV

    You Need:
    - 2 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 DCT 700
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook-Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall and connect it directly to the RF IN on the DCT 700

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the TO TV / VCR on the DCT 700 to the ANT IN on the VCR

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TVAdded Info:
    The TV must be on channel 3 at all times. VCR must be on channel 3 to record off the DCT 700.

  • Home Theater Set Up with DCT 700

    You Need:
    - 2 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Pair Of Audio Cables
    - 1 DCT 700
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Home Theater Receiver
    - 1 Active Cable Line
    The Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall, and connect it directly to the RF IN on the DCT 700.

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from TO TV / VCR on the DCT 700 to the ANT IN on the VCR

    3.) Use the pair of audio cables to connect the AUDIO OUTPUTS on the VCR to the AUDIO INPUTS on the Home Theater Receiver

    4.) Use 1 coaxial cable to connect the OUT TO TV on the VCR to the ANT IN on the TVAdded Info:
    In order for the audio to pass through the home theater receiver, the VCR must be turned on and on CHANNEL 3. If the VCR is off, no audio will be sent to the home theater receiver, so only the TV will produce audio.
    Also, for best possible sound, the volume on the DCT 700 must be set to the highest level.

  • Picture In Picture with DCT 700

    You Need:
    - 1 Splitter
    - 3 Coaxial Cables
    - 1 Audio/Video Cable
    - 1 DCT 700
    - 1 VCR
    - 1 TV
    - 1 Active Cable LineThe Hook Up:

    1.) Take the cable from the wall (or floor), and connect it directly to the INPUT on the splitter

    2.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from 1 OUTPUT of the splitter directly to the ANT IN on the TV

    3.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the other OUTPUT of the splitter to the RF IN on the DCT 700

    4.) Use 1 coaxial cable to go from the TO TV / VCR on the DCT 700 to the ANT IN on the VCR

    5.) Use the Audio/Video Cable to connect the AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUTS on the VCR to the AUDIO/VIDEO INPUTS on the TVAdded Info:
    Use the remote that came with the TV to control 1 picture on the TV, and use the remote for the DCT 700 to change channels on the other picture. For the second picture to work, the VCR must be on and tuned to CHANNEL 3, or the one of the pictures will be black or snowy.

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