Linking your TV to the HDMI output of your TELEVISION Box makes sure the most vivid picture and improves your viewing enjoyment. If your TV does not support HDMI, you can use an analog break-out cable, which is offered for you to get at the Fiber Space. (You can use an HDMI or an analog connection, but not both.).
Do not connect your TELEVISION Box output to a VCR. Video signals fed through VCRs might be impacted by copyright defense systems and might produce a distorted photo on your TV.
To remove the old TELEVISION Box:
Disconnect the old TELEVISION Box’s power cable from the wall outlet.
Disconnect the HDMI cable from the old TELEVISION Box, however leave its other end linked to the TELEVISION.
Detach the coaxial cable from the old TELEVISION Box, but leave its other end connected to the wall outlet.
To set up the new TV Box:
Location the TV Box in the very same space as the TV it will serve.
It is not essential for the TV Box to be near the TV; however, it needs to be within 10 meters of the push-button control, assuming there are no substantial blockages.
Using coaxial or Ethernet cable television, connect the TELEVISION Box to the proper wall outlet.
Connect an HDMI cable from the TELEVISION Box to the TV.
Connect the TELEVISION Box’s power supply to a power outlet and after that to the TELEVISION Box.
As soon as you connect the TELEVISION Box to power, it starts to power on. There is no on/off switch on the TELEVISION Box.