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After unboxing, the power cord sits on the AppleTV, ready for installation
Here's the back of the Apple TV. I'm going to connect to my widescreen set using component video (R,G,B) and analog audio (white, red)
This is the back of my Spectre TV connected up to the Apple TV via component video and analog audio
Once AppleTV successfully powers on after connecting it to your TV, it asks you to select a language.
AppleTV scans for local wireless networks and allows you to select one to connect to.
Once you've selected a language and a network, Apple TV attempts to connect to the network. This logo displays.
Once connected to a network, AppleTV offers you a PIN number that you can enter at your main computer in iTunes
You need to enter a valid PIN before iTunes will connect to your AppleTV
iTunes prompts you to rename your AppleTV when you sync.
This menu operates in very much the same way as an iPod. You can browse by artist, album, etc.
This is the main AppleTV menu. You can branch from here to play back media or adjust your settings.
Selecting a track from an Album for playback.
Here's where you choose which library to play back from or sync to.
Top portion of the settings menu.
Bottom portion of the Settings menu.
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