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PVR Viewer’s Guide

Install and Connect your PVR Important Safety Information

Pages 69 - 73
Version 3.92 Ku-Band (October 2006) e&oe

Install and Connect your PVR
The following pages describe the basic installation options for the DStv PVR Decoder. For more advanced options, please contact a MultiChoice Accredited Installer or the MultiChoice Call Centre.

IMPORTANT The DStv PVRDecoder marketed in Southern Africa is designed to work with a twin LNB installation with two cables connecting the LNB to the PVR. Although the PVR will function with a single cable installation, it will demonstrate instability and some functions will not perform correctly. It is strongly advised to use the correct installation.

If you have technical comments or want to chat to other PVR usersabout the installation of the PVR (including how to hook it up to other devices in your home), please feel free to visit the PVR Forums at www.dstv.com/go/pvr

Install and Connect your PVR

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Installation Set up 1 - PVR,1 TV Set and VCR
The set up below explains how to connect the PVR with a single TV using Audio/Video cables.

1

Connect the satellite feeds from the dish to the dual LNBinputs of the PVR. Refer to 1 on the illustration above.

2

Connect the Audio/Video cable supplied from the video and the variable audio connectors on the PVR to the video and audio inputs of your TV. Refer to 2 on the illustration above.

3

Connect the TV2 Video and Audio outputs of the decoder to the Video and Audio inputs of the VCR. Refer to 3 on the illustration above.

4Connect the power cable supplied from the mains connector of the PVR to the mains supply. Refer to 3 on the illustration above. NOTE: As a result of connecting the VCR to the PVR, you need to consider the following: • The VCR AV input has to be selected when attempting to record, i.e. L1, AV or AV1. • The feed selected for recording to the VCR is TV2, so ensure that the channel selected is done on theTV2 feed from the PVR.

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Installation Set up 2 - PVR, TV1 and TV2
The set up below explains how to connect the PVR with 2 TVs. TV1 to be connected via Audio/Video cables and TV2 to be connected via a RF cable and TV Link.

1

Connect the satellite feeds from the dish to the dual LNB inputs on the PVR. Refer to 1 on the illustration above.

2Connect the cable from the terrestrial antenna to the RF IN connector of the PVR. Refer to 2 on the illustration above. NB. Connecting a terrestrial antenna to your decoder is optional.

3

Connect an RF cable to the RF OUT connector on the PVR and then to the TV Link. Connect the TV Link to the RF input on your TV. Refer to 3 on the illustration above.

4

Connect the Audio/Video cable to thevideo and variable audio outputs of the PVR and then to the video and audio inputs on your TV. Refer to 4 on the illustration above.

5

Connect the power cable supplied from the mains connector of the PVR to the mains supply. Refer to 5 on the illustration above. Install and Connect your PVR

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Installation Set up 3 - PVR, TV1, TV2 and Home Theatre
The set up below explains how toconnect the PVR with 2 TVs and a Home Theatre System. TV1 to be connected via Audio/Video cables and TV2 to be connected using a RF cable and TV Link.

1

Connect the satellite feeds from the dish to the dual LNB inputs of the PVR. Refer to 1 on the illustration above.

2

Connect the cable from the terrestrial antenna to the RF IN connector of the PVR. Refer to 2 on the illustration above.NB. Connecting a terrestrial antenna to your decoder is optional.

3

Connect the RF Cable from the RF OUT connector of the PVR to the TV Link, then connect the TV Link to the RF IN connector of your TV. Refer to 3 on the illustration above.

4

Connect the Audio/Video cable to the video and variable audio outputs of the PVR and then to the video and audio inputs on your TV. Refer to 4 on...
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