Determine which configuration you have.
|Connection options||Ethernet, HDMI, or Coax|
|Transmitter type||MYE CableSAT, or Broadcast Vision Entertainment|
|Set Top Box location||Near or Far|
NEAR: If using BV CAB or Connected TV, the infrared transmitter plugs in to this connection at the base of the unit and adheres to the front of the STB.
FAR: If using BV CAB or Connected TV, connect the facility ethernet from here to run to the A/V closet. In the A/V closet, use a coupler to attach the Infrared Transmitter cable and adhere it to the front of this unit’s STB.
If the STB is NEAR, one option is to run the output of the STB to the unit using HDMI cables. The signal is routed up to the embedded TV. Setting the console to STB+HDMI allows the TV to show the content from the HDMI source.
The output of the STB can be run to the unit using Coax for NEAR or FAR installations. This connects at the base of the unit and sends the signal to the embedded TV. Setting the console to STB+Tuner, and then scanning for channels to find the one channel the cable box is on, allows the TV to show the cable box output.
Both MYE and BV use a stick-on IR transmitter. This transmitter is adhered to the front of the set top box, directly in line with the Remote Control IR Receiver. If this is not marked, some experimentation may be necessary to find out where this works best before adhering it. Link to X1 Boxes and IR Locations.
|2||Coax to equipment TV (STB + Tuner)|
|3||HDMI to equipment TV (STB + HDMI)|
|4||Power, connect last.|
Configuration options are:
This system uses a wireless transmitter inside the console of the fitness equipment, which sends channel commands to a receiver mounted near the Set Top Box. The STB can be up to 1000’ away pending interferences. The transmitter module inside the console is powered by the console. The receiver module has a small wall-bug power supply and an infrared transmitter for adhering to the front of the STB.
This system uses a transmitter mounted inside the console and a 14” lead that plugs in the Gray MYE port of the MCC. It uses our internal Cat5 cable to connect out to an infrared transmitter which plugs in to the ethernet port at the base of our equipment. This allows for a NEAR STB, where the box is located near the equipment, or FAR, where the STB is stored in an A/V closet. If FAR, the facility must run ethernet from our equipment to the A/V closet and connect the Infrared transmitter from there to the STB.
This system uses a Console Adapter Box attached to the Broadcast Vision TV-on-a-stand. Ethernet cable runs from the TV to the ethernet port at the base of the equipment. Console channel commands are sent through the ethernet connection to the adapter box and on to the TV itself. No STB is accommodated in this setup.