General about connection, Picture and sound, Coverage – LG RH2T160 User Manual

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General about connection

Picture and sound

Digital TV is a transmission technology that replaces

the traditional analogue technique.

This means that several TV channels, radio channels

and other digital services can be transmitted on the

same space as just one channel took up before. As a
consumer you get access to many more channels and
services than before at the same time as they are

received with perfect picture and audio quality.

The recorder converts the digital signal into a format
that is suitable for your TV and sound system.

Connecting your recorder is just as simple as

connecting for example a video recorder. You get the

best picture quality by using a HDMI cable for

connection to your TV-set. The best audio experience

is obtained by connecting an optical cable to your

sound system.


Before buying this product it is anticipated that you
have made sure that there are digital transmissions

covering your region.

Antenna / Signal source

Depending on the reception your recorder may be

connected to a simple indoor antenna or to an existing

outdoor antenna system. If you live in a flat you should

make sure that the digital terrestrial signals are

distributed to your wall antenna outlet. If you have

your own antenna system you must make sure that it

is equipped with antennas, filter and/or amplifier that

can handle those frequencies that the digital channels

are transmitted on.


Please observe that this recorder is not designed for

the reception of regular digital cable-TV signals (QAM-
signal). Despite this, operators of smaller cable

networks may have chosen to distribute the digital

terrestrial signals (COFDM-signal) in the network. In
this case this recorder may well be used.

Check with your landlord if you are insecure about

what type of TV-signal that is provided in the wall

antenna outlet.

Connecting to the antenna

Remove the antenna cable plug from your TV set and

insert it into the antenna socket at the back of the
recorder. Plug one end of the antenna cable into the

TV socket on the recorder and the other end into the

antenna input socket on your TV set.


The ANTENNA IN jack supply the antenna feed (DC
5V/100mA) and the antenna feed is switch able via
setup menu. If your digital antenna is not an active

antenna, you must set the [Antenna feed 5V] option to

RF coaxial connection

Connect the ANTENNA OUT jack on the recorder to

the antenna input jack on the TV using the 75-ohm

Coaxial Cable supplied (R). The ANTENNA OUT jack
passes the signal through from the ANTENNA IN jack.





Rear of TV

Rear of the recorder


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