Connecting to your home audio system

Step 1: Connect an RF coaxial cable between the cable wall outlet and the CABLE IN connector on the DCT2000.
Step 2: Connect the RF coaxial cable, supplied with the DCT2000, between the RF IN and TORF IN connectors on the DCT2000.
Step 3: Connect an RF coaxial cable between the TO TV/VCR connector on the DCT2000 and the CABLE/ANTENNA IN connector on the stereo VCR.
Step 4: Connect an RF coaxial cable between the TO TV connector on the stereo VCR and the CABLE/ANTENNA IN connector on the TV.
Step 5: Connect a stereo audio cable between the AUDIO OUT R and L connectors on the DCT2000 and the AUX IN R and L connectors on the stereo receiver or amplifier.
Step 6: Connect a video cable between the VIDEO connector on the DCT2000 and the INPUT VIDEO connector on the stereo VCR.
Step 7: Connect a stereo audio cable between the INPUT AUDIO R and L connectors on the stereo VCR and the TAPE 1 OUT R and L connectors on the stereo receiver or amplifier.
Step 8: Connect a stereo audio cable between the OUTPUT AUDIO R and L connectors on the stereo VCR and the TAPE 1 IN R and L connectors on the stereo receiver or amplifier.
Step 9: Connect a stereo audio cable between the CD IN R and L connectors on the stereo receiver or amplifier and the AUDIO OUT ANALOG R and L connectors on the DVD.
Step 10: Connect a video cable between the VIDEO OUT VIDEO connector on the DVD and the INPUT VIDEO connector on the TV. This cable configuration may be used for a mono or stereo TV because the TV audio and video jacks are not used. To watch TV or view VCR recordings, the TV must be tuned to the DCT2000 and VCR output channel, typically 3 or 4. To watch a DVD, the TV line input must be used. DCT2000s with the home theater option offer S-Video, an output that may provide a higher level of picture quality. If your components offer S-Video connections, they may be used in place of RCA video connections.