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AV SAT DVD VCR PVR OUT 2 OUT 1
AV, SAT, DVD, VCR, PVR
Connect the HDMI video outputs of your source equipment to these
corresponding HDMI inputs.
Connect this output to the HDMI video input of your main zone display
Connect this output to the HDMI video input of your second display
device or to another HDMI display device in a second living space. As
the unit has only one processed video path, this signal will be a copy of
the signal on
All Zone 1 analogue video outputs will be disabled if
an HDMI digital video source is selected.
Setup’ on page 54
COMPONENT / RGB
ese inputs are suitable for connection to source
devices which output Component (YUV or YPbPr) or
RGB high quality analogue video signals. ese signals
are usually available from DVD players, set-top boxes or
If you are connecting up to an RGB source you will
also need to connect the source’s Composite output to
the unit’s Composite input to act as a video sync. e
Composite signal should be on the same named input as
the RGB signals.
RGB video outputs on source equipment are oen on
SCART connectors. You will need to use a SCART to
‘RGB+Sync on phono’ breakout cable, available from
your Arcam dealer.
When setting up the menus (later in this
manual), you will need to select whether
the three-wire high quality video input is
Component or RGB for each input. is is
done on the ‘HQ Video In’ line in the Input
Cong menu. Failure to do this can result in
a green looking picture or a picture that is
AV, DVD, SAT, VCR, PVR
Connect the Component video outputs of your source
equipment to these inputs.
Connect this output to the Component video input of
your display device.
Analogue RGB video output is not available from
the AVR500, AVR600 or AV888. e analogue
three-wire high quality video output is always
congured as Component video.
Z2 AUDIO OUT, Z2 VIDEO OUT
Connect these analogue audio
and video outputs to your
Zone2 equipment. See ‘Multi-
room Setup’ on page 54 for
AV, DVD, SAT, VCR, PVR
Connect these inputs to the
S-Video and Composite
outputs of your available source
VCR OUT, PVR OUT,
ese are recording outputs. Connect these to the
‘S-Video in’ or ‘Composite in’ sockets (usually labelled
RECORD’) on your recording device.
Connect this output to the S-Video or Composite
sockets on your primary Zone1 display.