How to connect Game To TV Using S-Video Digital Optical To Receiver Wires
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- Connect one end of the Composite Red (Right)/White (Left) cable to the Game System connector labeled Composite, Audio, Output, Monitor or TV and the other end to a Composite connector on the TV that also has a S-Video connector in the same section.
- Connect one end of the S-Video cable to the Game System connector labeled S-Video, Output, Monitor or TV and the other end to the S-Video Input on the TV that is next to the Composite Audio connector above.
- Connect one end of the TOS Link Digital Optical cable to the Game System connector labeled TOS Link or Optical Output and the other end to an Optical Input on the Receiver.
- To play a Game, turn on the Game System and put in the Game. Select the Input on the TV that corresponds to the label next to where you connected the S-Video cable from the Game System.
- To listen to the Game through the Receiver Speakers, turn on the Receiver and select the Input on the Receiver that corresponds to the label next to where you connected the Digital Optical cable from the Game System
Note: These instructions do not include any additional customizations you may have made.
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|No TV||No Receiver||No TV Source||No CD||No Computer|
|TV||A/V Receiver||Cable Box||CD Player||Computer|
|Input Selector||Satellite||SACD Player|
|No VCR||No DVD Player||No DVD Recorder||No Game System||No Record Player|
|VCR||DVD Player||DVD Recorder||Game System||Record Player|
|VCR/DVD Combo||BluRay Player||TiVo / DVR|
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