Getting up and running should be straightforward. First plug your aerial lead into the back of the iDTV and then tune it in – see aerial tuning for some helpful tips.
If you have a DVD player or VCR you should also connect these up using SCART leads - see recording options. For best quality the DVD player should be connected to the SCART which accepts RGB signals. This should be mentioned in the TV’s instruction manual. Blu ray players or high definition set top boxes should be connected with an HDMI lead.
Internet TV - How do I connect up?
Many of the recent TVs we have been testing feature a socket on the back for connection to a home network broadband LAN (local area network). Some also have a Wi-Fi (wireless) option for this connection. To make use of this service you will need a broadband internet connection via your phone or cable service, and a home router to distribute the internet connection to several devices (a home network). If the TV has a Wi-Fi connection and your hone network is Wi-Fi then connection will be easy, you’ll just need to enter your internet security password. If the TV does not have a wireless connection then the connection will have to be via a LAN cable.