Connecting the Terk LF30RX Add-On Receiver
Connecting the Receiver to a TV
After connecting the transmitter to your AV source, you must connect the receiver to a TV or other component.
There are two ways to connect the LF-30RX Receiver to a remote TV (a TV in a remote location away from the A/V Source):
If your TV has A/V jacks (red, white and yellow for a stereo TV or only white and yellow jacks for a mono TV), connect one end of an A/V cable to the TV's A/V jacks and the end of the cable to the receiver.
Be sure the red, white and yellow plugs on the A/V cables match the red, white and yellow jacks on both the receiver and the TV.
If your TV has only on e input for audio (mono sound only), connect the white plugs on the cable to that single audio input and to the receiver's AUDIO LEFT jack. I your TV does not have A/V jacks, use a coaxial cable to connect the RF output jack of the receiver to the coaxial input of the TV.
Connecting the Receiver to Powered Computer Speakers
Since the LF-30RX only receives stereo audio signals and does amplify them, the speakers you use to listen to wireless sound must be self-powered or attached to an amplifier or stereo receiver.
Orienting the Transmitter and Receiver Units
The LF-30RS system broadcasts video and audio using the square directional antennas and your remote control signals using the whip antennas.
For optimum performance, both the transmitter and receiver antennas should be carefully oriented towards each other, and the whip antennas should be positioned vertically.
For best performance, the units should be placed as high as possible to minimize the possibility of interference from people walking between the transmitter and receiver.
Both the LF-30S Transmitter and LF-30RX Receiver should be places on a flat, stable surface to prevent damage from falling.
For maximum range between the transmitter and receiver units, try to minimize the number of obstacles between the transmitter and receiver units, such as your TV, other electronics, large furniture or appliances.
Always make sure the receiver and tramister units are set to the same channel.
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