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Bell MTS TV Equipment Explained

Your Bell MTS Fibe TV Service works by utilizing several different pieces of equipment. Your installation may consist of a combination of any of the equipment shown here. The purpose of this page is to help you understand the different pieces of equipment in your home.

Residential Gateway (RG)

Bell MTS 2Wire or PACE RG is the Residential Gateway (RG) where the main TV connection resides before branching out to your set-top boxes via a network cable or coaxial cable. This is usually located in your basement attached to the ceiling or wall. If you don't have a basement it should be near your main TV. The RG receives the TV signal from your VDSL line and converts it into the proper viewing format.

Clicking on any of these pictures will display more detailed information for that specific RG.

Set-top box

Bell MTS Fibe TV Set-top Box is the Receiver that is located near each of your TVs. The set-top box receives the signal from the RG and gives you control of your TV service.

Clicking on any of these pictures will display more detailed information for that specific set-top box.

Cables

Your system may utilize a combination of any of these cables.

This is to help you determine which cables you have and what they are called.

  • HDMI Cable

  • Network Cable
    (RJ45)

  • Component Cables
    (Y PB PR)

  • RCA Cables
    (Video Out / Audio Out)

  • Coaxial Cable
    (Coax)

  • Audio Optical Cable

  • S-Video Cable

Remote

Bell MTS Fibe TV remotes are provided per set top box and can be one of the following styles. Clicking on any of these pictures will display more detailed information for each specific remote.

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