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|stuartb||10:52am on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|good unit , bought for one reson, the series link but cant get it to record on to dvd +rw, using the series link.|
|FSapp||3:22am on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010|
|very easy to use, subtitle always show automatically but these can be switched off.|
|nom4tter||6:22pm on Monday, March 29th, 2010|
|Does the job (in the main) This is a neat unit which does the job it is meant to do for most of the time. There are some very, very annoying usability issues. Hmm... well...|
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DCT6208 Single-Tuner HD-DVR Set-top
A high-definition TV-capable DVR digital cable set-top for hours of recording. Motorolas DCT6208 set-top combines high-definition television with recording capabilities, allowing you to pause live TV and record programs even while watching another live or recorded program.
The Motorola DCT6208 delivers a powerful combination of interactive and entertainment services, such as digital video recording (DVR), high-definition television (HDTV), and other exciting applications. The DCT6208 comes equipped with an 80 GB hard disk drive (HDD) for hours of DVR recording, including the ability to record high-definition programs. The DCT6208 is equipped with an advanced internal processor that helps bring you the latest in information and entertainment services. Additionally, the Motorola DCT6208 includes an Entertainment Package that enables a direct digital connection to external audio and video devices through an IEEE 1394 digital interface. DVI interfaces enable future networked video services and peripheral devices when software support becomes available. The DCT6208s expanded memory capability, high-performance processor, and 3D graphics enable the running of advanced, interactive applications including games, home connectivity, and streaming media. To support future interactive services, the DCT6208 includes an integrated, high-speed DOCSIS cable modem. In addition to the more advanced features, the DCT6208 offers a range of standard digital and analog interfaces that provide you with configuration options for multiple networks and DTV connections. It also includes an MPEG encoder, making it possible to record analog TV shows on the built-in hard disk drive. These enhancements provide an even more compelling, easy-to-use HDTV and DVR experience. Check with your local cable service provider for availability of the DCT6208 in your area.
STANDARD FEATURES OPTIONAL FEATURES GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
80 GB internal hard disk drive MPEG-2 digital video processor
A/B switch RF bypass
17.13 x 12.75 x 2.lbs.
Integrated high-definition decoder with YPbPr Expansion DRAM (up to 128 MB via field component output upgrade) DVI and dual 1394 (DTV) digital connectors Built-in MPEG analog encoder PCM, AC-3, Dolby 5.1 Prologic digital audio capability ITU standard 64/256 QAM/FEC/enhanced adaptive equalizer DOCSIS 1.0/1.1 capable integrated cable modem Two 54860 MHz tuners Expansion FLASH (up to 32 MB, factory installed) Universal remote (DRC450)
YPbPr component output DVI and 1394 (DTV) digital interfaces Optical and electrical SPDIF/Dolby Digital connectors
Frequency-agile 2.048 Mbps out-of-band data S-video output receiver RF and baseband output (video, L/R audio) 800 MIPS, RISC-based microprocessor ports 32 bit, 2D/3D graphics Analog/digital video scaling (Picture in Graphics) 16 MB Flash, 64 MB DRAM standard unified memory Clear analog channel processor with BTSC decoder DES-based encryption/DCII access control Digital diagnostics Macrovision copy protection Full feature access from front panel Front and rear panel L/R audio and video inputs Three USB connectors (one on front panel) 10/100base-T Ethernet port (RJ-45 connector) SmartCard interface connector (e-commerce) TVPASS renewable security connector IR Blaster port 4-digit, 7-segment LED display with IR receiver for remote or/and keyboard Switched accessory outlet
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FOR THOSE WHO CANT WAIT TO USE THEIR DVR
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER SELF-INSTALL GUIDE For more information call 1-888-COMCAST or go to www.comcast.com/dvr.
For use with the Motorola DVR box.
INSTALL YOUR DVR IN A FEW EASY STEPS
TALK ABOUT EASY. YOUR NEW DVR SET-TOP BOX BASICALLY TAKES THE PLACE OF YOUR CURRENT SET-TOP BOX. SO IN ESSENCE, YOURE REPLACING THE OLD BOX WITH THE NEW ONE. BELOW ARE SOME HELPFUL HINTS, PLUS DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CONNECT YOUR NEW DVR TO A VCR AND/OR HOME THEATER SYSTEM.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
YOUR DVR BOX IS A MOTOROLA DCT6412 AN ADVANCED INTERACTIVE DIGITAL CABLE RECEIVER. THE DVR SET-TOP BOX HAS AN INTERNAL HARD DISK DRIVE. TO HELP REDUCE THE POTENTIAL FOR DAMAGE, IT MUST BE HANDLED IN MUCH THE SAME WAY AS A COMPUTER. THE DVR HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO OPERATE RELIABLY IN A WELL-VENTILATED HOUSEHOLD ENVIRONMENT.
Position the DVR in an open space that allows airflow around the unit (there should be at least 2 inches of space above and on all sides). Slots and openings in the unit cabinet are provided for ventilation. Do not block the slots and openings in the DVR or place anything on top of the DVR. Also, you should place the DVR on a hard surface with adequate support. Ensure the DVR is not near any external heat source that could raise the temperature around the unit. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. Unplug the unit from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. Comcast recommends that you use a surge protector to power your digital converter box.
> INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
YOU JUST COULDNT WAIT, COULD YOU? YOU RUSHED STRAIGHT HOME, TORE OPEN THE BOX, AND NOW YOURE SITTING IN FRONT OF YOUR TV, DVR IN HAND, JUST ITCHING TO HOOK IT UP. HEY, WE UNDERSTAND. WITH DVR, YOU GET TV ON YOUR TERMS. SO SHOULDNT THE INSTALLATION BE ON YOUR TERMS, TOO? YEAH, WE THOUGHT SO. NOW SIT BACK AND RELAX. THIS ISNT GOING TO HURT A BIT.
Your DVR box can support a variety of video and audio formats, including standard-definition and high-definition TV, and analog and digital audio. With this versatility, your DVR box can be connected to a basic TV and VCR or it can be easily incorporated into a high-end home entertainment center. To connect your equipment, you will need to understand what ports your electronic equipment (e.g. TV, VCR, A/V receiver) has, then determine what cables you want to use to connect these devices. There are many options for cables at varying levels of quality. Once you determine the connections your equipment supports, you will be able to make your choice of cables. Refer to the following two pages for more detailed information on video and audio connections. If your equipment is already connected, then its easy all you have to do is replace your current cable set-top box with your new DVR.
> VIDEO AND AUDIO CONNECTIONS
Video Connections Your DVR can output both standard-definition and high-definition programming. The video connections you use depend on what type of TV you have and the connectors available. Video connections to standard-definition TV Most TVs in use today are standard definition. If you are connecting your DVR to a standard-definition TV, you will use one of the following connections: RF coaxial cable: This connection does not support Dolby Digital 5.1. If your TV set only has an RF input, a separate RF modulator is required to connect the DVR to your TV set. Composite video: Use a single RCA cable (typically color-coded yellow). S-video: Use single S-video cable. Using the composite or S-video connections will provide better picture quality than the RF coaxial connection, if your equipment supports these connections. Video connections to high-definition TV To connect your DVR to an HDTV, use one of the following connections: Component Video (Y Pb Pr): Use 3 component video cables (typically color-coded green, blue, and red). DVI: Digital Video Interface (typically available only on newer HDTVs). You must use either component video connections or a DVI connection for HDTV the video connections used for standard-definition programming do not support HDTV. Audio Connections To connect your DVR to your TV or your audio/video receiver, you will use one of the following: Stereo audio: Use RCA cables (often a joined pair with one red and one white). Digital coaxial audio: Use digital coaxial cable (typically color-coded orange). Optical digital audio: Use fiber-optic cable. Note: Digital audio connections (digital coaxial or optical) are required to pass Dolby Digital 5.1 or 7.1 signals to your components. The most common connection in use today is stereo audio. The audio connection options above can be used for a standard-definition or high-definition TV. If your equipment supports it, the optical (OPTICAL SPIDF) or coaxial (SPIDF) audio outputs on the DVR may be used in place of the stereo audio outputs (AUDIO R and L) and generally offer a higher level of audio quality. TIP: Composite video and stereo audio cables often come as three joined RCA cables (yellow is used for video connections, red and white for right and left audio connections).
STEREO AUDIO OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO RF COAXIAL CABLE COMPOSITE VIDEO S-VIDEO DVI
VIDEO / AUDIO CONNECTOR GUIDE
Digital Video Interface. All digital, high-quality video connection. DVI connection is typically available only on new equipment. Supports high-definition video.
High-quality video connection that uses 3 separate component video cables. The cables are generally color-coded green, blue, and red. Supports high-definition video.
S-video connection provides a high-quality, standard-definition picture. Offers higher-quality picture than composite video or RF coaxial cables.
Common connection for standard TVs or VCRs. It typically has a yellow connector that supports a single RCA cable.
Common cable connection. Carries both video and audio signals over a single cable. If your TV set only has an RF input, a separate RF modulator is required to connect the DVR to your TV set.
High-quality audio connection that uses fiber-optic cable. Requires one cable. Connector on electronic device may include Toslink or SPIDF in the label.
DIGITAL COAXIAL AUDIO
High-quality coaxial cable with RCA-type connector (typically color-coded orange) that transfers sound digitally. Requires one cable. Connector on electronic device may include SPIDF in the label. RCA cables that often have a joined pair of RCA cables with one red and one white. These cables are used to connect a stereo to other equipment such as a VCR or DVD player.
THE DVR BACK PANEL
START YOUR DVR INSTALLATION HERE
0.0 PREPARE FOR INSTALLATION
1. Ensure all electronic devices involved in the installation are unplugged. Do not plug the DVR power cord into a wall outlet until you have completed all connections between the DVR and other devices.
2. Place the DVR in the desired location. Be sure the DVR is where you want it before connecting it to other devices. Ensure your cables are of sufficient length to reach the required components. TIP: Labels used for ports on electronic equipment vary, but generally contain IN or OUT. When connecting 2 devices, the OUT port of one device should always be connected to the IN port of the other device.
1 CABLE IN 2 AUDIO IN R AUDIO IN L
The CABLE IN port receives the incoming signal from Comcast. These ports are used to connect a set-top box between a peripheral audio device such as a CD player and a stereo tuner or A/V receiver. The audio from the peripheral device will pass through the DVR when it is turned off. The orange coaxial SPDIF port is a digital output connection that carries Dolby Digital 5.1 audio or PCM audio. It is used to connect the DVR to a stereo tuner or A/V receiver to provide surround-sound, theater-style audio. The VIDEO IN port accepts a composite video input from a VCR, camcorder or other video device (not currently enabled). The VIDEO OUT port is used to deliver composite video to an external device such as a VCR or TV. The Digital Video Interface is used to connect a high-definition monitor or a high-definition television. The RCA audio ports are used to deliver audio to a stereo receiver.
0.1 CHOOSE YOUR INSTALLATION SETUP
There are multiple ways to connect your electronic equipment. Below are some common configurations. Please choose the one that best fits your setup and proceed to the appropriate section on the following pages. > CONNECTING YOUR DVR TO A STANDARD-DEFINITION TV 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 STEREO TV AND STEREO VCR INSTALLATION STANDARD TV AND VCR INSTALLATION TV WITH S-VIDEO INSTALLATION STEREO TV AND A/V RECEIVER INSTALLATION
4 VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT
6 AUDIO OUT R AUDIO OUT L 7 Y Pb Pr
These ports are used to deliver component video to an HD-ready TV or monitor. Though capable of delivering standard-definition video to your TV or monitor, these cables are necessary to deliver high-definition video. This port is used to deliver high-quality, standard-definition video to external devices that accept S-video inputs, such as a high-end VCR or TV. The OPTICAL SPDIF port is an optical digital output connection that carries Dolby Digital 5.1 audio or PCM audio. It is used to connect the DVR to a stereo tuner or A/V receiver to provide surround-sound, theater-style audio.
> CONNECTING YOUR DVR TO A HIGH-DEFINITION TV 5.0 HDTV AND STEREO VCR INSTALLATION 6.0 HDTV AND A/V RECEIVER INSTALLATION
9 OPTICAL SPDIF
Note: All connections to both the TV and the VCR allow you to record the program being shown on the TV using the VCR, be it a live program or something previously recorded on the DVR. With a VCR recording, any banners or messages shown on the TV will also be recorded on the VHS tape.
1.0 STEREO TV AND STEREO VCR INSTALLATION
For stereo sound, use RCA cables to connect the DVR to the TV and/or the VCR. Three connections must be made between each device: VIDEO, AUDIO RIGHT, and AUDIO LEFT. To make these connections easier, the ends of the RCA cables are usually color-coded. Yellow is used for VIDEO, red for AUDIO RIGHT, and white for AUDIO LEFT.
AUDIO IN VIDEO
2.0 STANDARD TV AND VCR INSTALLATION
The connection from the DVR to the TV and the VCR uses standard RF coaxial cables. If you are choosing this setup, a separate RF modulator is required. Note: Audio through the coaxial output port is mono. For stereo sound, RCA connector cables must be used as described in Section 1.0.
TV Pass Card
SWITCHED 105/125V 60Hz 4A MAX 500W MAX
Cable/ Antenna IN Cable/ Antenna OUT Audio IN R L Audio OUT R L Video IN
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 S-Video Video Cable/ Antenna IN R L R L Audio
1. Connect an RCA video cable (yellow) to the VIDEO OUT (yellow) jack on the DVR and to the VIDEO IN port on the VCR. 2. Connect RCA audio cables (one red and one white) to the AUDIO OUT R (red) and AUDIO OUT L (white) jacks on the DVR and to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT inputs on the VCR. 3. Connect an RCA video cable (yellow) to the VIDEO OUT port on the VCR and the VIDEO INPUT port on the TV. 4. Connect RCA audio cables (one red and one white) to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT outputs on the VCR and the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT inputs on the TV. If you do not have a VCR and want to connect your DVR to a stereo TV, complete these steps: 1. Connect a video RCA cable (yellow) to the VIDEO OUT jack on the DVR and the VIDEO INPUT port on the TV. 2. Connect audio RCA cables (one red and one white) to the AUDIO OUT R (red) and AUDIO OUT L (white) jacks on the DVR and to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT inputs on the TV.
PROCEED TO SECTION 7.0, FINAL CONNECTIONS.
1. Connect an RCA video cable (yellow) to the VIDEO OUT (yellow) jack on the DVR and to the VIDEO IN port on the RF modulator. 2. Connect RCA audio cables (one red and one white) to the AUDIO OUT R (red) and AUDIO OUT L (white) jacks on the DVR and to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT inputs on the RF modulator. 3. Connect the coaxial cable to the RF OUT port on the RF modulator and the RF IN port on the VCR. 4. Connect the coaxial cable to the RF OUT port on the VCR and the RF IN port on the back of the TV. 5. Make sure that the TV and the VCR are set to either channel 3 or channel 4, depending on the settings of the RF modulator. The TV, VCR and RF modulator should all be set to the same channel. If you do not have a VCR and want to connect your DVR directly to your TV, complete these steps: 1. Connect a video RCA cable (yellow) to the VIDEO OUT jack on the DVR and the VIDEO INPUT port on the separate RF modulator. 2. Connect audio RCA cables (one red and one white) to the AUDIO OUT R (red) and AUDIO OUT L (white) jacks on the DVR and to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT inputs on the TV.
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3. Connect a coaxial cable to the RF OUT port on the RF modulator and to the RF IN port on the TV. 4. Make sure that the TV is set to either channel 3 or channel 4 depending on the setting of the RF modulator. Both the TV and the RF Modulator should be set to the same channel. Note: In some areas Comcast offers a single tuner Motorola DCT6208 DVR. This-set top box has an RF output and does not require a separate RF modulator.
4.0 STEREO TV AND A/V RECEIVER INSTALLATION
Think of the A/V receiver of a home theater system as a switching device. Everything should be connected to the receiver, and then the receiver is connected to the TV and a series of speakers. Using the previous instructions, connect the various devices (DVR, VCR, DVD, and so forth) to the receiver, then the receiver to the TV. Make all connections using RCA cables, unless the receiver and TV are equipped with S-video or digital audio connections.
3.0 TV WITH S-VIDEO INSTALLATION
Some televisions have an alternate video connection called S-video that provides a higher quality picture than composite video or RF coaxial cable connections. If your equipment has S-video connections and you want the highest quality picture for your standard TV, use an S-video cable. You will use RCA cables (one red and one white) for audio when using an S-video connection.
Home Theater System
1. Connect an RCA video cable (yellow) to the VIDEO OUT (yellow) port on the DVR and to the VIDEO INPUT port on the A/V receiver. 2. Connect RCA audio cables (one red and one white) to the AUDIO OUT R (red) and AUDIO OUT L (white) jacks on the DVR and to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT inputs on the A/V receiver. Three connections must be made between the DVR and the TV. They are S-VIDEO, AUDIO RIGHT, and AUDIO LEFT. You will use an S-video cable and RCA audio cables. To make these connections easier, the ends of the RCA cables are usually color-coded. Red is used for AUDIO RIGHT and white is used for AUDIO LEFT. 1. Connect an S-video cable to the S-VIDEO jack on the DVR. Connect the other end to the S-VIDEO INPUT on the back of the TV. 2. Connect the RCA audio cables (one red and one white) to the AUDIO OUT R (red) and AUDIO OUT L (white) jacks on the DVR and to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT inputs on the TV. Note: If you have RCA cables that also have a video cable (yellow connector) but are using S-video connections, do not plug the yellow connector on the RCA cable into either the DVR box or the TV the yellow cable is not used in this installation scenario.
3. Connect an RCA video cable (yellow) to the VIDEO OUTPUT on the A/V receiver and the VIDEO INPUT on the TV. 4. Connect RCA audio cables (one red and one white) to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT outputs on the A/V receiver and to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT inputs on the TV. Alternate video and audio connections: Video The diagram on the previous page shows a composite video connection using an RCA cable (color-coded yellow). An alternate connection is S-video, which uses an S-video cable and the S-video ports. The S-video connection replaces the yellow connection in the diagram. Audio If your equipment supports it, the optical (OPTICAL SPIDF) or coaxial (SPIDF) audio outputs on the DVR may be used in place of the stereo audio outputs (AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT) and generally offer a higher level of audio quality. TIP: A/V receivers typically have comprehensive installation directions and recommendations in the users manual that comes with the equipment. You should consult the users manual that came with your A/V receiver, if it is available.
5.0 HDTV AND STEREO VCR INSTALLATION
This diagram should be used if you intend to connect your DVR to an HDTV and a stereo VCR. This configuration will allow you to watch both HD and standard-definition video on your HDTV as well as record and play standard-definition video via your VCR.
Note: A DVI cable may be used instead of component (Y, Pb, Pr) video cables. Either component (Y, Pb, Pr) or DVI video connection must be used for HDTV. The cables you use will depend on the ports on your HDTV and VCR. See diagram below.
R IR S-VIDEO
Cable/ Antenna IN Cable/ Antenna OUT Audio IN R L Audio OUT R L Video IN S-Video IN Video OUT S-Video OUT Cable/ Antenna IN Cable/ Antenna OUT Audio IN R L Audio OUT R L Video IN S-Video IN Video OUT S-Video OUT
Video 1 S-Video Video
Video 3 Y Pb Pr
Audio Cable/ Antenna IN
Cable/ Antenna IN
Connector cables to be used: 1 set of component (Y, Pb, Pr) video cables (green, blue, and red) 2 sets of single connector RCA video cables (yellow), or 2 S-video cables 1 set of dual RCA audio cables (one red and one white) 2 sets of Y adapter audio cables (used to split audio signals between components) 1. Locate the Y Pb Pr inputs on the HDTV and the Y Pb Pr outputs on the DVR. To make identification easy, these ports are color-coded on the DVR (Y = green, Pb = blue, and Pr = red). Colors may vary on your HDTV. 2. Using a three-jack component video connector, connect the Y, Pb, and Pr outputs on the DVR to the Y, Pb, and Pr inputs on the HDTV. 3. Connect audio cable to the AUDIO OUT R (red) on the DVR. Connect the other end to the AUDIO RIGHT input on the VCR. 4. Connect the AUDIO OUT L (white) on the DVR to the AUDIO LEFT inputs on the VCR. 5. Use the dual RCA audio cable to connect the AUDIO LEFT and AUDIO RIGHT outputs on the VCR to the AUDIO LEFT and AUDIO RIGHT input on the HDTV. 6. Using a single RCA video cable, connect the VIDEO OUT (yellow) connector on the DVR to the VIDEO INPUT on the VCR. Use a second RCA video cable to connect the VIDEO OUTPUT on the VCR to the VIDEO INPUT on the HDTV (shown in the diagram on this page). or Using an S-video cable, connect the S-VIDEO output on the DVR to the S-video input on the VCR. Then use the second S-video cable to connect the S-video output on the VCR to the S-video input on the HDTV (not pictured).
6.0 HDTV AND A/V STEREO RECEIVER INSTALLATION
To take full advantage of the DVR digital audio features, use an A/V receiver. The diagram below illustrates how to integrate your DVR, A/V receiver, and HDTV. We have not illustrated how to integrate a VCR or DVD player with an A/V receiver. The manual supplied with these components would best describe those connections.
A/V Stereo Receiver
1. Locate the Y Pb Pr inputs on your HDTV and the Y Pb Pr outputs on the DVR. To make identification easy, these ports are color-coded on the DVR (Y = green, Pb = blue, and Pr = red). Colors may vary on your HDTV. 2. Using a three-jack component video connector, connect the Y, Pb, and Pr outputs on the DVR to the Y, Pb, and Pr inputs on the HDTV. 3. Connect RCA audio cables (one red and one white) to the AUDIO OUT R (red) and AUDIO OUT L (white) on the DVR to the AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT inputs on the A/V receiver. Alternate video and audio connections: Video The diagram on the previous page shows component video connection (Y Pb Pr). A single DVI cable may be used instead of component video cables. Audio If your equipment supports it, the optical (OPTICAL SPIDF) or coaxial (SPIDF) audio outputs on the DVR may be used in place of the stereo audio outputs (AUDIO RIGHT and AUDIO LEFT) and generally offer a higher level of audio quality. Below are instructions for using either of these alternate audio connections: Optical SPDIF using optical audio cable: Locate the OPTICAL SPDIF output on the DVR and the OPTICAL SPDIF input on your A/V receiver. This input may also be labeled Toslink on your A/V receiver. Using an optical audio connector, connect the output on the DVR to the input on your A/V receiver. Digital audio with RCA audio cable: Locate the orange RCA-type SPDIF output on the DVR and the RCA-type SPDIF or digital audio input on your A/V receiver. Using a single RCA audio cable, connect the digital audio output (orange) on the DVR to the digital audio input on your A/V receiver.
Step 1: Access the user settings menu* 1. To access the user settings menu, power ON your TV and power OFF the DVR box. 2. Press MENU on either your remote or the DVR box front panel to call up the on-screen menu. You may use either the DVR front panel or the remote to navigate the menu. 3. Press the buttons to select the setting you wish to change. Press the button to select an option for that setting. To exit the setting and move to another setting, use the buttons. Step 2: Set your preference for watching widescreen TV The first user setting referred to as TV Type tells the DVR box what type of TV you have and how you prefer to watch widescreen programming. For standard screen TVs, choose either of the following two options: 4:3 Pan Scan (widescreen programming is cropped to fill your screen) 4:3 Letterbox (widescreen programming will appear in its entirety with black bands on top and bottom of TV screen) For widescreen TVs, choose the following option: 16:9 Step 3: Set picture resolution from DVR box to TV The next setting is referred to as Y Pb Pr OUTPUT and indicates the picture resolution output from the cable box to your TV. The choices are 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i. For most standard TVs, the appropriate setting is 480i. Choose 480p for enhanced definition TVs. For HDTVs, choose either 720p or 1080i. Refer to your TV owners manual and choose the setting that indicates the highest picture resolution your television will support. Step 4: Specify how standard-definition programs are displayed on your TV The final setting is called 4:3 OVERRIDE and provides the ability to specify how 4:3 standarddefinition programs are displayed on your TV. The choices are OFF, 480i, and 480p. For most standard TVs, this should be set to OFF (the DVR will default to the resolution selected in the Y Pb Pr OUTPUT setting chosen in Step 3). For HDTVs, the appropriate setting is either 480i or 480p. By selecting 480i or 480p you are telling the DVR to send standard-definition programming to your TV in its original broadcast format. You should consult your HDTV owners manual to determine the appropriate setting for your TV. Step 5: Save your settings Press POWER or MENU to exit the menu and save your settings.
CONTINUE ON TO SECTION 9.0, COMPLETING THE INSTALL.
7.0 FINAL CONNECTIONS
The next step is to complete a few final connections: 1. Connect an RF coaxial cable to the cable wall outlet and the CABLE IN jack on the DVR. 2. Plug the TV power cord into the back of the DVR at the far right and plug the DVRs power cord into the wall.
CONTINUE ON TO SECTION 8.0, DVR USER SETTINGS.
8.0 DVR USER SETTINGS
To achieve optimal picture quality on your TV, your DVR box must have the appropriate settings for your TV. In most cases, a Comcast technician will optimize these settings for you. However, you may decide to modify the settings for various reasons, such as getting a new TV. To access and change your settings, go to User Settings on your TV by following these steps.
9.0 COMPLETING THE INSTALL
To complete the installation, call 1-888-COMCAST to activate your box.
* If the User Settings Menu does not appear on your TV screen, your TV may not support the default setting. Use the DVR front panel LED to view and change your settings. Use the up and down arrows to navigate categories and left and right arrows to navigate within categories.
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