Belkin AV62400-16 User Manual

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RazorVisionVideo Enhancement Cable

User Manual

This User Manual is for the following RazorVision models:


Cable Enhancement Video ™RazorVision

Table of Contents





Package Contents


Care and Maintenance


RazorVision Features


Directions for Setup and Use


Important Notes on Operation


Troubleshooting Guide




Instructions for Mounting RazorVision Unit


Mounting Template


FCC and Warranty Statements



Congratulations and thank you for buying the PureAV RazorVision Video Enhancement Cable. This easy-to-useproduct has been designed with your convenience in mind. It will allow you to quickly make adjustments that will bring your TV or projector’s video capabilities to life. RazorVision optimizes both standard andhigh-definitionvideo resolutions and supportscomputer-videoresolutions as well.

The PureAV RazorVision Cable processes the video signal coming from your source device and selectively enhances contrast and other picture elements to provide more depth to the images on your screen. Unlike the contrast control on your TV, which adjusts every pixel on your screen equally, regardless of what the image is, RazorVision uses proprietary hardware and software to analyze the image and intelligently apply change. The end result is more depth, more realism, and a highly improved viewing experience.

Cable Enhancement Video ™RazorVision


Cable Enhancement Video ™RazorVision

Package Contents

All RazorVision models come with these standard items:

RazorVision Unit

Power Adapter with 6 ft. cord

2 Mounting Screws

User Manual

2 Cables*

*The Cable you get depends on the RazorVision model you purchased:

If you own this model:

You should have these cables...


2 HDMI Interface-to-DVIVideo Cables


2 HDMI Interface Video Cables


1 HDM Interface-to-DVIVideo Cable


and 1 HDMI Interface Video Cable




Care and Maintenance

Allow for ventilation; do not place the unit where it will


be exposed to temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit


(0 degrees C) or above 104 degrees Fahrenheit


(40 degrees C).


Do not let the unit get wet.

Clean with soft, dry cloth only.


Do not use cleaning agents, as they may damage


the finish.


Use only the supplied power adapter; use of other

power adapters may void warranty.


For optimal performance, use only PureAV HDMI


and/or DVI Cables to connect the RazorVision to your


video equipment.


Do not attempt to disassemble the RazorVision unit


yourself; there are no user-serviceableparts inside


the unit.



RazorVision Features



Status Indicator Button




a. Allows you to step through these 3 settings, each time you



press the button:



i. Split (display screen)—leftside shows no enhancement,



right side shows RazorVision enhancement


ii. On—wholepicture is RazorVision enhanced



iii. Off—RazorVisionenhancement off





Level Indicator Button



a. Allows you to step through 3 levels of RazorVision


enhancement—low,medium, andhigh—eachtime you



press the button

3.HDMI Inputs

a.Plug in HDMI connectors of supplied cables

4.USB Data Input

a.Connects to your PC or Mac® computer for upgrades if needed

5.DC Power Input

a.Connects the supplied power adapter’s DC plug


RazorVision Features (continued)

PureAV HDMI and DVI Cable Features

1.24k Gold-PlatedConnectors create precise contact for low loss

2.Precision-Formulated,Polyethylene Dielectric Material maintains stronger signals that yield superior video accuracy

3.Silver-PlatedConductors deliver besthigh-frequencyresponse for optimal resolution


Solid-CopperConductors andHigh-Purity,Silver SolderJoints drastically reducesignal distortionfor unrivaledvideoclarity

5.Five-LayerShielding isolates from outside noise for superior clarity

Ferrite Inductor Blocks rotect against unwanted interference (not shown)

Cable Enhancement Video ™RazorVision


Directions for Setup and Use

Cable Enhancement Video ™RazorVision

Here are the illustrations for connecting RazorVision by model number:







Here are step-by-stepdirections on connecting and adjusting your RazorVision unit:

1.Take one digital cable and plug in one end to the HDMI or DVI output on the video source device and the other end to the HDMI input on the RazorVision side marked “From Video Source”. (Common video sources include: cable and satellite boxes, DVD players, DVRs, TiVo®, andD-VHSunits.)

2.Take the second digital cable and plug in one end to the HDMI or DVI input on the TV, and the other end to the HDMI output on the RazorVision side marked “To TV/Monitor”. NOTE: The

RazorVision Cable works with all display types—CRT,LCD, plasma, DLP, and video projector.


Directions for Setup and Use

3. Turn on your TV and your source device.


4. Plug in the RazorVision AC adapter to a wall outlet or power


console. Insert the DC plug into the DC receptacle on the side


of the RazorVision.


5. The lights on both sides of the RazorVision will flash for a few

seconds to indicate it is connecting with the video equipment.



When the lights on both sides stop blinking and remain


continuously on, the RazorVision is ready.


for the digital connection will vary.

6. Some TVs will auto-detectthe correct display source and


you will see a picture. If this does not happen, go to the video


menu option of your display and change it to DVI or HDMI


input. Depending on the TV used, the exact source name


7. RazorVision can show an image in three ways:



a. Processing off (no image enhancement or modification);


b. Processing on (full-screenimageenhancement)—thisis


the normal viewing condition; and


c. Split screen (image enhancement off on the left half, and


on for the right half).


To change how RazorVision is showing the image, push the


“Status” button to cycle through the three views. Each button


press will take you one step forward in the cycle.


8.With the RazorVision image enhancement on (in either splitor full-screenview), push the “Level” button to cycle through the three levels of processing. Now you can choose whichever level is best for your TV and viewing conditions, according to your personal preference.


Important Notes on Operation


For the best effect, use RazorVision processing with HDTV,



or with source material (such as a DVD) that has been


up-convertedto either 720p or 1080i. Your TV display should





indicate the resolution you are watching when the source



connection is first made. You can also check this in your TV’s



video display settings. Consult your TV manufacturer’s user



manual on how to do this.

When connected to some TVs, the RazorVision Level LED will



blink continuously if the TV is powered off. Turning on the TV





causes the Level LED to stop blinking and remain continuously



on, indicating a good connection.

If the source device is powered off, the RazorVision Status LED




will blink for approximately 15 seconds; then, the RazorVision



will automatically go into sleep mode. To wake up the



RazorVision from sleep mode, power on the source device.



When the Status and Level lights are both continuously on, the



unit is ready for operation.

When the RazorVision is powered off, the device remembers




the last settings chosen by you and your picture will be



processed with those settings the next time you turn on



your equipment.


If your source device is an up-convertingDVD player with a DVI



or HDMI output, it should automatically choose the optimum



format and resolution for the TV. If it does not, or you wish



to pick a resolution other than the one your source device



chooses, you must adjust the resolution manually. This is done



either by pushing a button on the player or choosing an option



inside the player’s menu.


RazorVision is compliant with both the HDMI and HDCP



standards. It has been designed with Plug-and-Playsimplicity



and tested on a whole host of combinations of video products.

In the unlikely event the device fails to connect properly, please see the Troubleshooting section for tips to get you up and running quickly.

RazorVision features abuilt-inUSB port. This port is designed to make the unit easily serviceable if an issue cannot be first corrected via the Troubleshooting section of this User Manual. If you need to contact Belkin Technical Support, please provide the make and model number of your TV or projector and the source device you connected with the RazorVision Cable.