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Connecting external devices

Before turning your TV on, it is recommended that your external devices are connected before continuing with the first-time installation process. Depending on the source connectivity on your television, follow the guidance below when connecting external devices.

HDMI Connection

For optimum picture quality, we recommend connecting your device to the television using an HDMI cable.

HDMI CEC-Compatible Devices

If an HDMI CEC-compatible device (e.g., Blu-ray player, AV receiver) is connected with an HDMI cable, you can operate the device with the televisions remote control. We recommend using the HDMI (ARC) connection when used with an AV receiver – please refer to the ARC section of this Operation Manual.

Adjusting HDMI CEC Settings

Turn on the connected device.

To enable HDMI control, press the XXX.GHM (home) button, then select [Settings] > [Channels & Inputs] > [Inputs], scroll down and activate [HDMI control].

Activate HDMI control on the connected device.

Available options

[HDMI control] – Allow the TV to control HDMI devices.

[Device auto power off] – If disabled, the connected device does not turn off automatically when the television is turned off.

[TV auto power on] – If disabled, the television does not turn on automatically when the connected device is turned on.

[HDMI EDID Version] – If your TV does not receive picture or sound from connected HDMI device, try to change this setting.

[CEC Device list] – Displays the HDMI CEC device list.

Features Available to Compatible CEC Devices

Blu-ray/DVD player

Automatically turns the television on and switches the input to the connected Blu-ray/DVD player when the Blu-ray/DVD player starts to play.

Automatically turns the connected Blu-ray/DVD player off when you turn the television off.

Controls menu operation ARROW buttons, playback and track selection of the connected Blu-ray/DVD player through the TV’s remote control.

AV Receiver

Automatically turns the connected AV receiver on and switches the sound output from the TV speaker to the audio system when you turn the TV on. This function is only available if you have previously used the AV receiver to output the TV’s sound.

Automatically switches the sound output to the AV receiver by turning the AV receiver on when the TV is turned on.

Automatically turns the connected AV receiver off when you turn the TV off.

Adjust the volume and mute functions via the VOL+/– and MUTE buttons on your television remote control.

Video Camera

Automatically turns the TV on and switches the input to the connected video camera when the camera is turned on.

Automatically turns the connected video camera off when you turn the TV off.

Controls menu operation ARROW buttons, playback, e.g. PLAY button of the connected video camera through the TV’s remote control.


Not all devices with HDMI input/output are HDMI CEC compatible. For information about CEC compatibility, refer to the instruction manual of the device. Refer to “HDMI connection (ARC supported)” section of this manual for information relating to connecting an HDMI (ARC) enabled device.

Composite video connection

If your external device has composite jacks/sockets, connect them to the television using a composite video/audio cable.

Mini AV connection

(A) External Device

(B) Composite video/audio cable (not supplied)

(C) Composite video/audio adapter cable (not supplied)