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Don't know where the antenna input is on my tv

I am trying to hook up my DTV converter box to my Sanyo 20" CLT 2054 TV. But I don't know where the antenna input is on the tv

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You can download the manual for this TV from Sanyo here:

http://www.sanyotv.com/CLT2054%20(E)%205071--.pdf

It has all the hookup information for you.

All the input jacks are on the rear of the set, and they are pretty clearly labeled.

You can connect the converter box two ways. One is to use the RF output from the converter to the antenna input on the rear of the TV. Then set the TV to channel 3 or 4, depending on the converter box setting.

The second method, which is better, is to connect the direct video and audio outputs from the converter box to one of the TV's A/V inputs. The cable you need is usually supplied with the converter box. Just follow the color-coded jacks at both ends: red and white for right and left channel audio, yellow for video. Then set the TV to that source. This will give better quality picture and sound from the box.

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Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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