Join Doug Winnie for an in-depth discussion in this video Connecting and powering up, part of Up and Running with Xbox One.
Connecting and powering up the Xbox…is relatively easy.…There are only a few connections…that you'll need to make.…First, let's make sure you…have all the pieces ready.…To connect everything you will,…at a minimum,…need the HDMI cable to connect the Xbox…to the display…and you'll need to connect the power to the Xbox.…If you're going to use your Xbox…with your digital television service…you'll also need another HDMI connection…from your cable box, satellite receiver,…or other digital television device,…to connect to the Xbox.…
This will allow the signal to pass through the Xbox.…If your Xbox comes with Kinect…you'll need to connect that to the Xbox as well.…Let's start with the optional pieces.…First, connect the Kinect sensor to the Xbox.…The Kinect plug has a specific shape…and will only fit one way into the back of the Xbox.…Remember to place the sensor directly…above or below the TV.…And make sure you have enough room…to move around freely.…Next, let's connect the television…signal to the Xbox.…
On the back you'll see two HDMI ports.…
- Connecting and powering up the Xbox One
- Working with games and apps
- Signing up for Xbox Live
- Using Xbox with your TV
- Controlling Xbox One with your voice
- Messaging friends
- Using OneDrive with Xbox One
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. What's New in December 2014
2. Unpacking and Setup
3. The Xbox One Interface
4. Using Xbox One with Your Digital TV
5. Using Xbox One
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