How to connect your PANASONIC 49FX780

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How to connect your PANASONIC 49FX780

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How to connect your PANASONIC 49FX780

You have just acquired a television and you do not know where to start to turn it on and watch your favorite programs? This article is made for you! We wanted to help you to make the connections from your PANASONIC 49FX780 television to its peripherals.

To do this, we will explain how to connect your PANASONIC 49FX780 TV to a power supply first, your TV set secondly, and your DVD player finally.

Connecting power to your PANASONIC 49FX780 TV

To begin with, we’ll explain how to connect your PANASONIC 49FX780 TV to a power supply.

This is the simplest manipulation.

In the box containing your TV, you must have been provided with different cables.

Look for one that ends with a plug.

It may be already connected to your TV PANASONIC 49FX780.

If this is not the case, connect the other end of the cable to the “power” input of your TV. Finally, plug the plug into a socket outlet.

All you have to do is turn on the TV with its remote control.

How to connect your PANASONIC 49FX780

Connect your TV set to your PANASONIC 49FX780

Plugging in your TV decoder to your PANASONIC 49FX780 is essential for you to watch channels on your television.

There are two types of decoders: the satellite decoder, and the television decoder, from your service provider.

Connecting the satellite decoder to your PANASONIC 49FX780

There are four connections to make when starting up your satellite decoder.

How to connect your PANASONIC 49FX780

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But before anything else, make sure you have a satellite parable! To get started, find the HDMI cable that came with your decoder.

Connect it in “HDMi In” to your TV PANASONIC 49FX780, and “HDMi Out” to your decoder.

Then take the SCART cable to your PANASONIC 49FX780.

It has wide ends and is often blue or black.

And connect your television to your decoder.

Then connect the LSB cable from your satellite parable to your decoder.

Finally, you must connect the power supply of your decoder to a power outlet.

Connecting a provider decoder to your PANASONIC 49FX780

With the TV decoder of a provider, you must have a satellite parable, a DTT antenna, and a box from the supplier.

First, start by connecting the decoder to the box via the supplied ethernet cable.

Next, connect the decoder to the LSB cable of your satellite parable via the “SAT” input.

And connect the decoder to the DTT antenna via the “RF IN” input. Continue by connecting your decoder to the PANASONIC 49FX780 with a HDMI cable.

Connect it in “HDMi In” to your TV PANASONIC 49FX780, and “HDMi Out” to your decoder.

Finally, connect the power supply via the “power supply” input of your decoder.

Do not forget to plug the other end into a power outlet!

Plug in your DVD player

To plug in a DVD player to your PANASONIC 49FX780 to watch your favorite movies or series, you need to make 3 connections.

To get started, find the HDMI cable supplied with your DVD player.

Connect it in “HDMi In” to your TV PANASONIC 49FX780, and “HDMi Out” to your DVD player.

Then take the scart cable.

It has wide ends and often blue or black.

And connect your DVD player to your decoder.

Finally, you must connect the power supply of your DVD player to a power outlet.

Plug in your amp to your PANASONIC 49FX780

Finally, if you want a better sound from your PANASONIC 49FX780, you can connect your amp to the television. Begin by preparing the speakers of your amp by plugging them into the sound outputs of the amp.

These are the yellow and blue colored outputs.

Then connect the amplifier to your PANASONIC 49FX780 TV with the optical cable of your amp.

It plugs into the “Audio optic” or “audio” output of your television. Finally, you must connect the power plug of your amp to a socket.

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