The LG Laser TV comes equipped with over 10 different types of ports, allowing you to connect almost any external device. There are also many devices that can connect to your Laser TV wirelessly. If you need help on getting everything connected, find your device type below and follow the step-by-step instructions.
It's best to connect everything at the same time that you install your TV. Fiddling with wires and connections may jostle your Laser TVs placement after it is set up, which could impact how it displays.
It's easy to connect your home theater system to your LG Laser TV. Just follow these step–by–step instructions. Watch the video.
Want to hook up your PC to your TV? It's easy. Your Laser TV provides Plug & Play capabilities, meaning that your PC will adjust automatically to its settings. All that great content on your PC can now be on your TV. Your Laser TV can also allow you to connect wirelessly. But, if you choose to connect using a cable, we recommend using an HDMI to DVI connection for the best image quality.
HDMI TO DVI CONNECTION
RGB TO DVI CONNECTION
You can connect external devices like an HD receiver, DVD, or Blu-ray player via an HDMI or HMDI to DVI connection. Follow the diagram and instructions below.
An external audio device that supports SIMPLINK and Audio Return Channel (ARC) must be connected using the port labeled HDMI 1 (ARC).
Your Laser TV also comes with AV input ports. It's easy to connect. Simply follow the instructions below.
Connect the AV cable to the output ports of your external device to the AV input ports on the back of your Laser TV. Match the color of each plug to the color on each jack.
Your Laser TV comes with Component input ports. It's easy to connect. Simply follow the instructions below.
Connect the component cable to the output ports of your external device to the component input ports on the back of your Laser TV. Match the color of each plug to the color on each jack.
The output jack Y, PB or PR of the DVD player may be marked as Y, B-Y, R-Y/Y, Cb, Cr/Y, Pb or Pr, depending on the model.
Most gaming systems can connect to your TV using a variety of cables. Determining which cables you should use depend on what cable jacks you have available on your television and your personal preference for how you wish to experience your gaming content. Here are some helpful links from a few manufacturers to help you get set up.
If you want to listen to the sound from your Laser TV using headphones, you can plug them into the headphone jack on the back of the TV.
If you choose to use a motorized screen, you can connect it to the trigger port on the back of your Laser TV for seamless operation with your remote.
Connect your external device (eg. roll screen) to the TRIGGER (12 V) port using a mini jack cable (3.5 mm).