digital adapter is a small device Just follow the Closed Captioning instructions in your TV's user guide. Digital Transport Adapter Self Installation Kit Comcast DC50X Closed Captioning refers to captioning data that is carried along with the video content and can be decoded and displayed on television set or decoded by the TV Box when activated by the customer. Comcast Help and Support for your XFINITY TV Service.
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Learn how to enable Closed Captioning on Comcast television equipment. If you have a Comcast cableCARD installed in your TV, in lieu of using a Comcast cable box, the closed captioning feature must be turned off through the TV set. Refer to the TV's owner's manual to learn how to do this.
Before installing (comcast cable) Xfinity I had closed captioning available through the Menu button on the TV remote. Now, with Xfinity I find no closed captioning option. My TV remote just says CC off and does not switch to CC on. Learn how to enable Closed Captioning on Comcast television equipment. A link to" Turn closed captioning on or off" will be sent via email.
closed captioning features built into your TV. It has nothing to do with your cable service. Refer to your TVs user manual to enable or disable closed captioning.
With Comcast Business TV, you can stay connected with access to the latest news, finance, sports, and Can the DTA turn the Closed Captioning on and off? Because all of the sudden my CC just went off and it's still showing CC1 through the TV remote control. Quick start manual; Motorola HDDTA100u Quick Start Manual. Closed captioning may not be available for the current program. ) Add to my manuals. Add. The remote Make sure the remote control is in DTA mode.
Nov 20, 2009 I also just installed two of the Thomson DCI1011 DTA's, and my closed captions show exactly the same problem. Closed captions work fine on my DCT2000 STB, so probably this is a bug in the Thomson Yes, but the process to control closed captioning depends on how you have connected the Digital Adapter.
If you have connected to the TV (or VCRDVD Recorder) via the Digital Adapters To TV output (using a coaxial cable), the Digital Adapter passes captions through to the TV and you need to