Connecting an AV device with a component video cable (red/blue/green)
To connect an AV device with a component cable (not provided):
1. Use a component video cable to connect the component output ports of the external device to the YPBPR ports for the TV. (Y = green, PB = blue, and PR = red). Use an audio cable to connect the component audio ports of the external device to the TV AUDIO (L/R) ports.
2. Plug the connected devices into the YPBPR and L/R ports on the TV before switching it on. 3. Using your remote, press the [INPUT] button and select COMPONENT as the input source.
• One AV device can be connected to the TV using a component video or composite video cable.(Only available for some models)
Newest Added: TH-43FX500K 55LF711U20 VGSCFN55BMZA NN-SD745S PN50C550
• YPBPR ports vary by model.
• Images throughout this document are for illustrative purposes only and may differ from the actual product.
Connecting an AV device with an HDMI cable
This 4K TV has three high-powered HDMI version 2.0 inputs that enable you to connect 4K Ultra-HD external devices. For example,if you have an X-box or Blu-ray player that supports the 2.0 standard,more details will be transmitted to the TV screen to maximize your entertainment experience. Please refer to the User manual that came with your device for step-by-step instructions. To connect an AV device with an HDMI cable (not provided): 1. Use an HDMI cable to connect the HDMI output port of the AV device to the HDMI port of the TV. 2. Plug the connected devices into the HDMI port on the TV before switching it on. 3. Using your remote, press the [INPUT] button and select the corresponding HDMI input.
• Because the HDMI connector provides video and audio signals, it is not necessary to connect an audio cable.
• We strongly recommend to use HDMI Cable with 2 cores as shown in the figure.
Connecting a headphone
TV PORT EXTERNAL DEVICE You can connect headphone (not provided) to the AUDIO OUT port on your TV. While the headphone
AUDIO OUT Headphone is connected, the sound from the built