Set up connected products

If you connect additional video products to your television, you can set up the products in the Sources menu.

When the television is switched on and you connect additional products to an HDMI IN socket, the television will detect an unconfigured source. A message appears on the screen and you can follow on-screen instructions to configure the source. Depending on whether you connect products to the HDMI sockets on the back of the SoundCenter or on the side of the television screen, the sequence of setting up a product will differ. It is recommended to connect to one of the HDMI A-D sockets on the back of the SoundCenter.

Registering a product connected to the television enables you to operate it with your BeoRemote One. However, for this, you must use one of the HDMI A-D sockets placed on the back of the SoundCenter in combination with a PUC socket and an IR-transmitter.

Sources have default settings, for example, sound and picture that suit most situations but you can change these settings if you wish. 

  1. Press  to bring up the Home menu.
  2. Use the arrow buttons to select Settings and press the centre button.
  3. Press  or  to select Sound & BeoLink... and press the centre button.
  4. Press  or  to select Sources and press the T20-Nav-Right.jpg button. 
  5. Press  or  to select a source and press the centre button.
  6. Follow on-screen instructions.

You can give the source the name you want to appear in the source list if you select Name, press the centre button and follow on-screen instructions.*

*This change is also be reflected in your BeoRemote One display.

In the Device setup menu you set up the connected product to a PUC table and a PUC socket and select if you want the product to switch to standby automatically. For information about how to download a PUC table, see the article 'SERVICE AND SOFTWARE UPDATE'.

You can also set a speaker group to be activated when you select the source. For information about sound modes and speaker groups, see the article 'SOUND SETTINGS'.