SATELLITE/DIGITAL CABLE RECEIVER
WHAT YOU MAY NOT KNOW:
- Today's latest generation of satellite/digital cable receivers are able to deliver a digital HD picture if they are connected with the right cables.
- If the DVI or HDMI option is available on your Satellite/Digital Cable Box and TV, then connecting your equipment with an HDMI cable form Monster is the best option. This is because DVI Cables are only capable of carrying Video Signals.
- If your Satellite/Digital Cable Receiver can perform HDTV Playback or Recording, HDMI or Component Video connections are required.
- By combining your satellite/digital cable receiver with an A/V receiver or processor, you can take advantage of Dolby Digital® and DTS® 5.1 surround sound which is available through a fiber optic or digital coax connected to an A/V receiver.
CABLES TYPICALLY NOT INCLUDED:
Fiber Optic • Digital Coax • DVI • Component Video • HDMI Cable• Digital Audio Cable • Analog Audio Cable
- As HD broadcasts become more common, the optimal connection is through a Monster HDMI Cable. Use Monster component video cables for the highest quality video signal. Composite video or coax are not recommended.
- Use Monster LightSpeed® fiber optic or Monster DataLink™ digital coax cables for superior Dolby Digital® surround sound.
- For the best possible picture and sound, connect your system to a Monster Power Center.
Tip: Hazardous overvoltages like lightning strikes, can enter your system via satellite dish or connected phone lines. Use a Monster PowerCenter™ to protect your system from all of these conditions.
HIGHEST PERFORMANCE HOOK-UP DIAGRAM:
These connection guides and diagrams show how to connect separate components into your home theater system. The directions and guideance given here are only one option and should only be thought of as such. You should fully understand the nature of each of your components' features, terminals and connectors to determine which method of connection is best. Your Electronic Warehouse and Monster Cable are not responsible for any damage to your equipment caused by improper setup of your components.