Oct 30, 2013

How to connect LED TV to dth Set top box?

Mayank Gupta
Delhi ,India
Ques. Hello sir
I am planning to buy the f7500 led 3d tv of samsung. So i want to know how it can be connected to my dth service provider?? Please tell me all the options

Ans. The best option that you have will be to connect the TV with the set top box using a HDMI cable. That will transmit the audio and video of the highest quality to your television using a single wire. This solution is applicable only if you have a hd set top box.

If you have a conventional set top box then it will have component out/ AV out instead of HDMI which you can use to connect to your hdtv. Your TV will support HDMI, component/ AV input.

After buying the TV be sure to check its panel usage time(so as to ascertain that it is indeed a new tv), instructions are here .


  1. I am trying to connect to my LG E2260 Monitor to Airtel DTH HD box via the HDMI cable and it is not working.
    My monitor selects the Source automatically and it is not able to find this HDMI source, other HDMI sources work fine (like my laptop), I tried to override the auto select of source and try to select it manually, but when i click select i do not get an source selection as none of the sources are detected. Any help would be appreciated.

    1. As you have mentioned that your laptop connects with your monitor, so HDMI cable and Monitor's HDMI port are working fine. The only problem we see is with STB HDMI port, have you tried connecting your STB on another monitor/TV?

  2. Same problem as kamlesh

  3. I have an LG TFT Monitor with VGA port and I have a videocon d2h STB with a HDMI port but i use SD plans So I want to know Can i connect LG monitor with STB via a device cum cable HDMI male with VGA female ports?

  4. Anonymous11:24 PM

    Onida led se dth kese connect hogi

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