QUICK SETUP

Model : TX-SR806/TX-SA806
Thank you for purchasing this product. This quick setup sheet shows the typical hookup method for connecting speakers and AV components (DVD player, TV, cable/satellite receiver). For more detailed hookup information and operating instructions, please see the Instruction Manual.

Speaker Hookup
Front right speaker Front left speaker Powered subwoofer

Center speaker

Speaker Layout (Main Room)
TV

Sub woofer

Front Left

Center

Front Right

Surround Left

Listener

Surround Right

Surround Back Left

Surround Back Right

5/8'' (15mm)

Surround back right speaker

Surround right speaker

Surround left speaker

Surround back left speaker

See the other side of this sheet for the AV component hookup.

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AV Component Hookup
With an HDMI cable you can send both audio and video with a single cable, making connecting simple and keeping wires neat. If you have an HDMI-compatible TV and players, you can connect them to the AV receiver/AV amplifier with HDMI cables. Digital audio signals received at HDMI IN input are output by the speakers and headphones connected to the AV receiver/AV amplifier.

See the other side of this sheet for the Speaker hookup.

If your TV or player doesn’t support HDMI, use the analog or digital connections shown below.

IF NO HDMI
DIGITAL OUT COAXIAL AUDIO OUT L VIDEO 1 IN VIDEO OUT

DVD player

TV

TV
HDMI IN

R

Please ensure the monitor input (VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, VIDEO 3, etc.) selected corresponds to actual connection used.

HDMI OUT

DVD player

Coaxial feed from TV antenna
HDMI OUT

L

Cable/satellite

Antenna input (e.g., RF IN)

If you are not using Cable/satellite box, please refer to the instruction manual.

Coaxial feed from TV antenna

COAXIAL DIGITAL OUT VIDEO OUT

R AUDIO OUT

Cable/ satellite

Antenna input (e.g..RF IN)

If you are not using Cable/satellite box, please refer to the instruction manual.

Using the HDMI Inputs
If there’s no picture on your TV, you’ll need to assign the HDMI inputs as necessary using the onscreen setup menus. If you connect your DVD player to the AV receiver/AV amplifier’s HDMI IN 1, and connect your cable or satellite receiver to HDMI IN 3, as shown above, it’s not necessary to change the default assignments.

On the front panel

MENU
1. Input Assign 2. Speaker Setup 3. Audio Adjust 4. Source Setup 5. Listening Mode Preset 6. Miscellaneous 7. Hardware Setup 8. Lock Setup

Using the Digital Inputs

On the front panel

MENU
1. Input Assign 2. Speaker Setup 3. Audio Adjust 4. Source Setup 5. Listening Mode Preset 6. Miscellaneous 7. Hardware Setup 8. Lock Setup

1. Input Assign 1. HDMI Input 2. Component Video Input 3. Digital Audio Input

If there’s no sound, you’ll need to assign the digital inputs as necessary using the onscreen setup menus. If you connect your DVD player to the AV receiver/AV amplifier’s DIGITAL COAXIAL IN 1, and your cable/satellite receiver to the DIGITAL COAXIAL IN 3, as shown, it’s not necessary to assign the digital input. In addition, you must set the “Monitor Out” setting to “Analog” by pressing the [HDMI OUT] button first.

1. Input Assign 1. HDMI Input 2. Component Video Input 3. Digital Audio Input

1–1. HDMI Input DVD VCR/DVR CBL/SAT GAME/TV AUX

HDMI 1 HDMI 2 HDMI 3 HDMI 4 -----

1–3. Digital Audio Input DVD VCR/DVR CBL/SAT GAME/TV AUX

COAX 1 COAX 2 COAX 3 OPT 1 FRONT

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