Saudi Tech Tips: How to Connect your Decoder to your TV screen via HDMI Cable

How to Connect your Decoder to your TV screen via HDMI

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The latest DsTV, GoTV, StarTimes, Zuku, and Azam decoders have a provision of HDMI cables. Gone are the days when you needed an AV cable (Banana cables) to connect your decoder to your TV. The HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) cable stands out as the go-to solution for high-quality audio and video transmission.

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This article provides step-by-step instructions on connecting your decoder to your TV via an HDMI cable;

1. Before embarking on the connection process, gather all the necessary equipment. Ensure that both your decoder and TV have HDMI ports.

2. Carefully plug one end of the HDMI cable into the HDMI port on your decoder. Similarly, connect the other end of the cable to the HDMI port on your TV. The HDMI cable ensures a single-cable solution for both audio and video signals.

3. Power on both your TV and decoder. Use the TV remote to select the appropriate HDMI input source. Modern TVs often have multiple HDMI ports, so choose the one to which you connect your decoder.

4. By now, your decoder must be connected to your TV set. It should be noted that in some cases, the decoder may require additional configuration like checking the signal strength and searching for channels.

Once all that is set, select your preferred channel, sit back, and enjoy endless viewing on a big screen. If you don’t have a TV but own a laptop, here is how you can connect your decoder to that laptop.

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