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Connecting a Blu-ray or DVD player

Connect a Blu-ray/DVD player to the TV.

Use a connection method below based on the terminals available on your TV.

Note

  • The available terminals depend your model/region/country.

Hint

  • You can also connect a set-top box (cable/satellite box) in the same way as a Blu-ray/DVD player.

HDMI connection

For optimum picture quality, we recommend connecting your player to the TV using an HDMI cable. If your Blu-ray/DVD player has an HDMI jack (socket), connect it using an HDMI cable.

Illustration of the connection method
  1. Blu-ray/DVD player (same as connecting a set-top box)
  2. HDMI cable (not supplied)*

* Be sure to use an authorized HIGH SPEED HDMI cable bearing the HDMI logo.

  • If the device has a DVI jack (socket), connect it to the HDMI (with AUDIO IN) port through a DVI - HDMI adaptor interface (not supplied), and connect the device‚Äôs audio out jacks (sockets) to HDMI 3 AUDIO IN / HDMI 1 AUDIO IN.
    Availability depends on your model/region/country. Refer to the Reference Guide to check if your TV supports HDMI 3 AUDIO IN / HDMI 1 AUDIO IN.

Component video connection

If your Blu-ray/DVD player has component video jacks (sockets), connect them to the TV using a component video cable and an audio cable.

Illustration of the connection method
  1. Blu-ray/DVD player (same as connecting a set-top box)
  2. Component video cable (not supplied)
  3. Audio cable (not supplied)

Composite connection

If your Blu-ray/DVD player has composite jacks (sockets), connect them using a composite video/audio cable.

Illustration of the connection method
  1. Blu-ray/DVD player (same as connecting a set-top box)
  2. Composite video/audio cable (not supplied)

When using an Analog Extension cable

Illustration of the connection method
  1. Blu-ray/DVD player (same as connecting a set-top box)
  2. Analog Extension cable (supplied)*
  3. RCA Cable (not supplied)

* Whether the Analog Extension cable is supplied depends on your model/region/country.