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For a Component Connection Between Your TV and the VS-1
Choosing connection types for your video sources
1. Look at the rear panel of all your sources to determine what types of video output con-
nectors they have.
2. In the following table, check off the type of video input connection you plan to use for
each of your video sources. Choose the type of connection that provides the highest
level of video image quality. We recommend using a component connection if it is
Connecting your sources to the VS-1
1. Plug one end of the appropriate video cable into the selected jack(s) on your video
source. If you are making a component connection, be sure to match the color of the
plug to the color of the jack.
2. Plug the other end of the video cable into the appropriate Video INPUT jack(s) on the
VS-1. Again, if you are making a component connection, be sure to match the color of
the plug to the color of the jack.
3. Turn to “Source Audio Connections” on page 14.
If any of your sources do not have component video jacks, you can use
either an S-Video or Composite connection. Remember, the VS-1 converts
either of these up to component video format.