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Digital-to-analogue converter

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This Digital-to-analogue converter* lets you watch certain digital channels by converting them to a signal compatible with your analogue or digital television. It also gets you superior image quality and clearer sound than you normally get with analogue, enriching your TV entertainment experience even more. Note that with this Digital-to-analogue converter*, you won’t be able to watch all of the channels of your TV package, but you will get the access to the channels in the Basic or Basic PLUS packages. To view the list of channels included in your package, please log in to the Customer Center.

 

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Technical specifications

Standard definition digital signal
RF COAX input
RF COAX audio/video output (ch 3/4), HDMI
Maximum resolution: 480i/480p
Image format: 4:3 (stretch)/16:9 (zoom)
External power supply 100-120 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 5 V / 7.5 W

Dimensions (L, H, D): 11.4 x 2.6 x 8.9 cm, excluding connecting branches
Accessories: remote control, 2 AAA batteries, 5-ft. RF COAX cable, 6-ft. HDMI cable, 3-ft. infrared sensor

 

Packages you have access to with the digital-to-analogue converter*

You won’t be able to watch all of the channels of your TV package, but you will get the access to the channels in the Basic or Basic PLUS packages. To view the list of channels included in your package, please log in to the Customer Center.

 

Remote control programming instructions

The remote is originally programmed for the Digital-to-analogue converter only.* It can also be programmed to control the majority of TVs. To program it automatically, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Turn on your TV.
  2. Press and hold the “PROG” and “TV” buttons simultaneously until the red light turns on.
  3. Point the remote at the TV and press and release the “TV” button.
  4. The remote will automatically search for your TV’s code and will blink every 1.5 seconds.
  5. When the TV turns off, immediately press the “PROG” button to confirm that the remote has successfully identified the TV.
  6. To make sure the remote has been programmed successfully, press the “TV” button to turn on the TV. If the TV does not turn on, repeat steps 1 to 5.

 

Note: If your TV does not turn off and the red light continues to blink rapidly, it means that the automatic programming did not successfully identify your TV. Please try again or try manually programming the remote using the following instructions.

 

If automatically programming the remote did not work, please use the manual programming method listed below:

 

  1. Start by finding your TV’s code here.
  2. Turn on your TV.
  3. Press and hold the “PROG” and “TV” buttons simultaneously until the red light turns on.
  4. Point the remote at the TV and enter the four-digit code for your TV;
    • If the code is valid, the TV will turn off, the code will be saved and the red light will stop blinking. To make sure the remote is successfully programmed, press the “TV POWER” button. If nothing happens, go back to step 3 and try a different code.
    • If the code is invalid, the red light will blink twice and stay lit. If this is the case, go back to step 3 and try a different code.

Note: You might have to enter several programming codes before finding the one for your TV. If you have tried all the codes listed and none have worked, and if the automatic programming methodwas unsuccessful as well, it could be that the remote is not compatible with your TV.

 

*The digital-to-analogue converter is available where analogue broadcasting is being phased out or has already been withdrawn. When you place your order, a Videotron representative will have to confirm if the equipment is available in your area.

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