These are mandatory connections for each decoder to operate properly. Connect power supply via Power Adaptor. Next, connect the Ethernet port with the DSL Modem socket using an Ethernet cable.
Choose one of the available types of connections of your decoder with the TV set. Keep in mind that HDMI and YPbPr connectors are for HDTV and other connectors for SDTV.
**NOTE: F-connector type applies to TV out. It cannot be connectred to other cable distribution system, such as cable TV network, satellite dishes, receiving antennas, etc.
As an option you can connect your decoder to your VCR or DVD recorder to record programs. Choose one of the two possible connections.
**NOTE: To record sound you need to connect your DVD or VCR to the audio output of your decoder using RCA cable.
If one or more of your TVs are not working, please check:
Middleware is the programming that is utilized between the Set-Top Box and your TV, telling your TV which channels to play, how to operate the channel guide and more. Minerva is the middleware that your Set-Top Box is programmed with. To read the user’s manual for your Minerva middleware, click here.
If you are experiencing poor, distorted or fuzzy images with your Digital Cable subscription, please try the following:
To check your STB resolution:
To check the TV resolution:
Use the buttons that are typically located on the front of your TV. You might need to contact the TV manufacturer for further instructions.