Mitsubishi CS-27209 Operating instructions

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Television
Owner' s
Guide
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RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF EL.ECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol,
within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsu]ated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnil;ude
constitute
a risk of electric shock.
to
The exclamation
point within an equilate:ral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important
operating and
maintenance
(servicing) instructions
in the
literature
accompanying
the appliance.
• Warning:
Don't leave stationary
images, such as stock market reports, video
games, station logos, or the _57's displays, on-screen for more than
10 minutes. Still patterns
such as these can scar the picture tube,
causing permanent
damage to the TV.
"WARNING:
TO PREVENT
MOISTURE.
FIRE OR SHOCK
HAZARD,
DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPL[ANCE
TO RAIN OR
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT USE THIS UNIT'S (POLARIZED) PLUG
WITH AN EXTENSION
CORD, RECEPTACLE
OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES
(JAN BE FULLY INSERTED
TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE
NOTE
TO CATV
SYSTEM
INSTALLER:
THIS REMINDER
IS PROVIDED TO CALL THE CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER'S ATTENTION
TO ARTICLE 820-40 OF THE NEC THAT PROVIDES GUIDELINES FOR PROPER
GROUNDING
AND, IN PARTICULAR, SPECIFIES THAT THE (]ABLE GROUND SH_LL BE
CONNECTED
TO THE GROUNDING SYSTEM OF THE BUILDING, AS (',LOSE TO THE
POINT OF CABLE ENTRY AS PRACTICAL.
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Table
MITSUBISHI
OWNER'S
of Contents
Important
Preface:
Safeguards
Welcome
Summary
What's
to Mitsubishi
5
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6
Features
in Each Chapter
1: Getting
3
..................................................................
Your TV ................................................................................
Some Conventions
.........................................................................
Used in this Guide
to Know Your
..................................................
TV .......................................................
7
8
9
11
Overview
of the Front Panel ................................................................
12
Overview
of the Remote
13
Getting
Remote
Chapter
Control ..........................................................
ready to use the remote control .........................................
control buttons and functions ............................................
2: Connecting
Overview
13
15
Your TV ...............................................................
19
of the Back Panel ..................................................................
20
Basic Connections
Chapter
...................................................................................
of Special
Unpacking
Chapter
GUIDE
...................................................................................
21
TV + antenna or cable without a cable box ...................................
TV + cable with a cable box .............................................................
22
23
TV + separate UHF and VHF antennas ........................................
TV + VCR + antenna or cable without a cable box .......................
24
25
TV + VCR + cable with a cable box .................................................
28
TV + stereo audio system
31
3: Operating
Getting
Started
Your
................................................................
TV .....................................................................
.....................................................................................
33
34
Using the remote control to operate VCRs, cable boxes
and other equipment
....................................................................
35
Turning the TV on!off ........................................................................
Selecting the input source .................................................................
40
41
Changing channels ............................................................................
Understanding
the on-screen menus ...............................................
42
45
Using the menus ...............................................................................
Selecting the menu language ...........................................................
45
46
Memorizing
channels .......................................................................
Adding and deleting channels ..........................................................
46
48
Adjusting
Selecting
49
51
the picture .......................................................................
the sound ..........................................................................
Using the closed caption
Understanding
decoder ....................................................
the on-screen
displays
...........................................
52
55
Table
of Contents
(cont.)
Using the Advanced
Features
Using the sleep timer
..............................................................
56
......................................................................
57
Using SuperQuickView
...................................................................
Using One-Key Play ..........................................................................
Using video mute (CS-27309 only) .................................................
58
61
63
Using the Picture-in-Picture
64
TM
(PIP) mode (CS-27309
only) ............
Activating the PIP image ...........................................................
Selecting the input for the PIP image .......................................
Exchanging
the PIP image and the main image ......................
65
65
66
Changing
67
channels
in the PIP image or main
image
...............
Moving the PIP image ................................................................
Freezing the PIP image ..............................................................
Chapter
4: Troubleshooting
and Care ....................................................................................
72
Cleaning
.................................................................................................
72
for Service
.................................................................................
...............................................................................................................
Warranty
2
69
Caution
Calling
Index
.........................................................................
67
67
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Table of Contents
Inside
73
74
Back
Cover
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
PLEASE READ ALL THESE INSTRUCTIONS
REGARDING
YOUR TELEVISION
SET AND
RETAIN
FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
FOLLOW ALL WARI_INGS
AND I[NSTRUCTIONS
MARKED ON THE TV RECEIVER.
1o
2.
3o
4o
Read Instructions
Read all safety and operating
operating the appliance.
Retain Instructions
Retrain the safety and operating
future reference.
Heed Warnings
Adhere to all warnings
operating instructions.
Follow Instructions
Follow all operating
9o
instructions
before
instructions
on the appliance
for
and in the
Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are
provided fbr ventilation
aIl d to ensure reliable
operation of the TV receiw_r and to protect it
from overheating.
Do nc,t block these openings
or allow them to be blocked by placing the TV
receiver on a bed, sofa, J,_g, or other simiilar
surface. Nor should it be Flaced over a radiator
or heat register. If the ]_ receiver is to be
placed in a rack or bookcase, ensure thai;
there is adequate ventilation
and that the
manufacturer's
instructions
have been
adhered to.
and use instructions.
10. Power
Warning:
5. Cleaning
Unplug this TV receiver from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
Cleaners
can permanently
damage the cabinet or
screen. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
6.
7°
8.
Attachments
and Equipment
Never add any attachments
and/or equipment
without approval of the manufacturer
as such
additions may result in the risk of fire, electric
or other personal injury.
Water and
Do not use
immersion
tubs, wash
swimming
shock
Moisture
this TV receiver where contact with or
in water is possible. Do not use near bath
bowls, kitchen sinks, laundry tubs,
pools, etc.
Accessories
Do not place this TV receiver on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The TV receiver may
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and
"serious damage to the appliance.
Use only with a
cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended
by
tile manufacturer,
or sold with the TV receiver. Any
mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturer's
instructions,
and should use a mounting
accessory recommended
by the manufacturer,
Axl appliance and cart
combination
should be
moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may
cause the appliance and
cart combination
to
overturn.
Sources
This TV receiver should be operated only from
the type of power source indicated on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of
power supplied to your hcme, consult your
appliance dealer or local power company.
11. Grounding
or Polarization
This TV receiver is equipped with a polarized
alternating
current line plug having one blade
wider than the other. This plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way. If you are unable to
insert the plug fully in:_o _he outlet, try
reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to
fit, contact your electrician
to replace your
obsolete outlet:. Do not defeat the safety purpose
of the polarized plug.
12. Power-Cord
Protection
Power-supply
cords should be routed so that
they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed upon or against them, )paying
particular
attention
to cc,rds at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they
exit from the appliance.
13. Lightning
For added protection for this TV receiver during
a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused fer long periods of time, unplug it
from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna
or cable system. This will prevent damage to the
TV receiver due to lightning
and powel:-line
surges.
Important
Safeguards
(cont.)
14. Power Lines
An outside antenna
system should not be located
in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other
electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall
into such power lines or circuits. When installing
an outside antenna
system, extreme care should
be taken to keep from touching such power lines
or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
15. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords
as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
16. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this TV
receiver through openings as they may touch
dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that
could result in a fire or electric shock Never spill
liquid of any kind on the TV receiver.
17. Outdoor
Antenna
Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected
to the TV receiver, be sure the antenna or cable
system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static
charges.
Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI!
NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information
with
respect to proper grounding of the mast and
supporting
structure,
grounding
of the lead in
wire to an antenna
discharge unit, size of
grounding
conductors, location of antenna
discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes,
and requirements
for the grounding
electrode.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
LEAD IN WIRE
DISCHARGE
UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
-(NECSECTION810-21)
NEC -- NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
18. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this TV receiver
yourself as opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous
voltage or other
hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
19. Damage
Requiring
Service
Unplug this TV receiver from the wall outlet
and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditiLons:
(a) When the power-supply
cord or plug is
damaged.
(b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have
fallen into the TV receiver.
(c) If the TV receiver t:.as been exposed to rain
or' 'water.
(d) If the TV receiver does not operate normally
by following the operating instructions.
Adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operating in 3tructions as an improper
adjustment
of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive
work by a qualified technician
to restore the
TV receiver to it,_ normal operation.
(e) If the TV receiver [Las been dropped or the
cabinet has been damaged.
(f) When the TV receiver exhibits a distinct
change in perform_mce -- this indicates a
need for service.
20. Replacement
Parts
When replacement
parts are required, be sure
the service technician
ihas used replacement
parts ,;pecified by the manufacturer
or have the
same characteristics
as the original part.
Unauthorized
subst!itutions
may result in fire,
electric shock or other hazards.
21. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repair,_ to this
TV receiver, ask the service technician
to
perform satiety checks Lodetermine
t:hat the TV
receiw_r is in safe operating condition.
bWarning:
Do not leave stationary
images, such
market reports, video games, station
the TV's displays, on-screen for more
minutes. Still patterns
such as these
the picture tube, causi:ag permanent
the TV.
as stock
logos, or
than 10
can scar
damage to
Welcome
PREFACE
to Mitsubishi
Congratulations
on your purchase of this Mitsubishi TV. Your TV
is designed for superb viewing pleasure as well as continued
reliability.
To familiarize you with your TV and owner's [N:ide, we suggest tlhat
you read through the preface, which provides the following important information:
Summary
of Special
Unpacking
Your
What's
in Each
Some
Conventions
Features
TV
Chapter
Used
in this
Guide
Mitsubishi has strived to create your TV so that it will bring you.
years of viewing enjoyment.
Similarly, your owner's guide is
designed with a "user friendly" philosophy that will help you take
advantage
of all of your equipment's
features.
Once again,
Mitsubishi!
thank
you for selecting
our product
and welcome
to
5
Summary
of Special
Features
Your top rated
Mitsubishi
• 181-Channel
Capacity
TV delivers:
--- programs
• Two-Speaker
Sound System
produces clear stereo sound.
up Lo 181 channels.
--- a special
speaker
system that
• Expanded
Sound Capability
--- allows you to connect
the TV to an external audio system for enhanced listening
pleasure.
In addition
Mitsubishi
Remote
to the standard features found on most advanced
is proud to offer the following dis:inctive features:
Control
with TViVCR/DVD!AUDIO
Function
TVs,
---
uses a single remote control transmitter
1;ooperate the TV,
certain Mitsubishi
VCRs, DVD player, arA audio components,
as well as some VCRs, cab][e boxes, and DSS satellite receivers
from other manufacturers.
• SuperQuickView
choices
--- allows you to view up to 4 sets
of frequently watched channels at the tou.ch of one button.
TM
• On-Screen
Displays
--- appear whenew_r you adjust
showing you the status of its various func, tions.
• On-Screen
Operating
System
with easy-to-use
menus.
• Closed Caption Decoder
included with TV programs
--- simplifies
your TV,
the TV',; features
--- decodes ihidden text information
and displays the text on-screen.
• Picture-in-Picture
Mode (model CS-27309 only) --- allows
you to view two different live pictures at the same time.
Each of these features
Chapter 3, "Operating
6
Preface:
Welcome
will be explained
Your TV."
to Mitsubishi
in more detail
in
€ Unpacking
Your
TV
What you will find
As you unpack your new TV, please
following items are included:
• an owner's
guide containing
• a registration
• a remote
check to be sure that the
a warranty
card
control
transmitter
• a set of two AAA size batterie,'_ for the remo_e control
A few suggestions
Before you hook up your new TV, please
take a Jew minutes
to:
O
Complete the registration
card. The registration
card asks for
the TWs serial number, which you will find on the back of the
unit.
O
Keep the box and packing
O
File your sales receipt.
O
Place the TV on a stable
the hook-up.
Unpacking
Your TV
materials
surface
for future
with sufficient
use.
lighting
to do
7
I What's
in Each
Chapter
Here's
what you will find in this owner's
Chapter
1, "Getting
location and functions
guide:
to Know Your TV," introduces
you Lo the
of the, buttons and controls of your TV.
Chapter
2, "Connecting
Your TV," explains how to connect
VCR, antenna, cable box and other equipment
to your TV.
Chapter
3, "Operating
Your TV," provides the step-by-step
instructions
you need in order to use your _gV.
Chapter
4, "Troubleshooting,"
summarizes
the problem,_
you may have along with suggestions
for remedying
these
problems.
You will also find a detailed
8
Preface:
index
Welcome to Mitsubishi
at the back of the boc,k.
a
€ Some
Conventions
Used
in this
Guide
Mitsubishi has gone to great effort to provide you with an easy-tofollow, useful owner's guide. You will find that different types of
information
are treated in different ways.
You should read information
labeled Important
arid information
that is boxed and labeled Warning
The owner's gu.ide uses thence
terms sparingly, and you should carefully read all information
highlighted
in this manner.
I main topic or task
I
list of related
topics or tasks
[
related
topics or tasks
/
J
t
....
I_>Important:
This cue indicates information
critical to the operation of
your new TV.
I
This cue alerts you to
information
describing
dangerous
situations that
could ruin your equipment
cause electrical shock.
Some Conventions
or
O,O,
i
etc,
The step-by-_;tep instructions
on how to accomplish a
particular
task are signaled
by white nurabers on a black
background.
Used in this Guide
9
CHAPTER
Getting
1
Know
Your TV
Now that you've unpacked your TV, read through the safety
information,
and glanced at the overview explaining how this
owner's guide is organized, it's time to become familiar with the
buttons and controls you'll be using when you _perate the TV.
This chapter will introduce the range of options available when
using the buttons on the remote control or on the front panel of
the TV. It also offers some general guidelines for using the
remote control.
Most functions can be controlled by using either the front panel or
the remote control, but certain ,_pecialized functions require the
use of one or the other. This chapter, which will familiarize you
with the full range of button functions, contairLs the following
sections:
0 Overview
of the
Front
Overview
of the
Remote
Panel
Control
11
Overview
of the
Front
Panel
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POWER
V VOLUME
A
A
@
power button
Use this button
®
volume controls
(VOLUNIE)
Press the A button to turn up the volume
turn down the volume.
®
®
®
12
_/CHANNEL
'_ IDEO
L(_o',io)- A UDIO- R
(POWER)
to turn the TV on or off.
channel
controls
Use the A button
and the v button
(CHANNEL)
to switch to a channel
to switdh to a channel
and the vbutton
with a higher number
with a lower number.
video input terminal
Use to connect the video output
another component to the TV.
from a standard
audio input terminals
Use to connect the audio output
ment to the TV.
from a VCR or other equip-
remote control sensor
Point your remote control
Chapter
1: Getting
to this area of the TV.
to Know Your 'IV
to
VCR or
Overview
of the Remote
Control
Getting ready to use the remote control
installing
the batteries
O
Take the two AAA size batteries
O
Remove the back cover of the remote
the direction of the arrow.
O
Load the batteries
as indicated in the illust:cation, making
that they are positioned correctly (+ to +, and - to -).
Replace
from the packing
the back cover of the remote
For best results,
use alkaline
bag.
control by pushing
in
sure
control.
AAA batteries.
size AAA
batteries
-7_
Overview
of the Remote
Control
0o
13
Getting
some
ready
to use
the
remote
control
(cont.)
do's and don'ts
To ensure that your remote
follow these guidelines:
control
will continue
working
properly,
• Don't press two or more buttons at the same time, unle_,;s you
are specifically instructed
to do so in thi_ owner's guide
• Don't allow the remote
• Avoid dropping
control
the remote
to get wet or become
control
heated.
on a hard surface.
• When cleaning the remote control, don't u_e any harsh
cals. Use only a soft, slightly moistened cloth.
general
instructions
When using the remote
follow these procedures:
O Be within
control to operate the TV, VCR or ,cable box,
20 feet of the desired
O Point the tip of the remote
Press the appropriate
guidelines
for using
1: Getting
toward
or sequence
the equipment.
,_f buttons.
batteries
• Don't heat, take apart,
Chapter
equipment.
control
button
• Don't use a new battery
14
chemi-
with an old one.
or throw
batteries
to Know Your TV
into a fire.
Remote
control
buttons
and
functions
@
@
@
MENU
O
O
REC
STOP
©
REW/REV
PAUSE
Q
PLAY
FF_D
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This illustration
shows the CS-27309 remote control.
The CS-27209 remote control includes the VCR-CH button
not include the PIP controls (number 17 above).
Overview
of the Remote
Control
but does
15
Remote
control
buttons
and functions
This section provides you with an overview
buttons and the features that they control.
(cont.)
of the remote
control's
This section does not provide detailed explanations
on the use of
these buttons. To determine which buttons ace used with a particular feature, refer to the instructions
for that feature.
The instructions
for individual
"Operating Your TV."
Q
select
features
are found in Chapter
3,
switch
Your remote control has four control layers: the TV layer, the
VCR layer, the DVD layer, and the AUE,IO layer. You can set
up each of these layers to ,operate a different piece of equipment.
Use this switch to select the layer you want to set up or use.
®
power button
(POWER)
Use to turn the TV on or off. (The select switch must
the TV layer.)
®
number
buttons
(0-9)
Use to select a channel number.
®
channel
control (CHANNEL)
Press the top part of the button to change to a channel with a
higher number; press the bottom part to change to a channel
with a lower number.
®
volume control
(VOLUME)
Press the top part of the button to turn up the volume;
bottom part to turn down the volume.
®
100 button
®
press the
(100)
Use with number
greater.
16
be set to
buttons
when selecting
QuickView
button
(QV)
Use this button to recall the last channel
ing channels" in Chapter 31.
cable channels
100 or
TM
viewed.
See
"Chang-
®
input button (INPUT)
Use to select the input source you wish tc, watch; TV c:hannels,
or the component connected to Input 1 (rear) or Input 2 (fi:ont).
®
mute control (MUTE)
Use to turn off the sound completely
volume.
Chapter
1: Getting
to Know Your TV
and to restore
it to oI_ginal
Remote
control
buttons;
and
enter
button
(ENTER)
Use for some functions
of VCRs
for TV control.
(_) adjust buttons
(A, V, ,, • )
Use to select items in the menus.
audio and video settings.
functJions
and
other
(cont.)
equipment.
Not used
Also use these buttons
to adjust
(_ SuperQuickView
buttons
(A, B, C, D)
Press to view channels you have programmed
into the
SuperQuickView
memories.
,See "Using SuperQuickView"
Chapter 3.
TM
menu button
(MENU)
Use this button to display
the on-screen
@ display
button
(DISPLAY)
Use this button to view an on-screen
channel and audio selections.
menu
summary
in
system.
of the current
VCR channel
button
(VCR-CH)
Use to change channels up and down on the VCR regardless
position of the select switch "(_".
TV
of the
@ audio and VCR buttons
Use these buttons to control VCRs, cassette decks, CD players,
etc. These are pre-programmed
to operate select Mitsubishi
components.
(_) picture-in-picture
controls
(CS-27309 only)
Use to control the special picture-in-picture
(PIP) function.
"Using the Picture-in-Picture
(PIP) modes" in Chapter 3.
See
• PIP button
(PIP) -- Press to turn on the PIP image and to
cancel it.
• PIP input button
(PIP INPUT)
-- Press; repeatedly
to switch
the source of"the PIP image between the TV and the external
inputs.
• freeze button
(FREEZE)
-- Press to freeze the PIP image, and
to return to a "live" moving image.
• exchange
button
(EXCHANGE)
-- Press to exchange the
pictures of the PIP image and the main image.
• position
button
(POSITION)
-- Press t(: move the position of
the PIP image on-screen.
Overview
of the Remote
Control
17
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CHAPTER
Connecting2
Your TV
This chapter offers step-by-step
instructions
fi)r completin_i
most common hook-ups. It contains the follow:[ng sections:
Overview
Basic
of the
Back
the
Panel
Connections
19
€ Overview
of the Back
Panel
VIDEO
ANT/
CABLE
_,._
(75D)
) - R --
_1
S-VIDEO_;>
CS-27309
(_) antenna
terminal
Use to connect
cable
@ audio
output
Use to connect
__.(__-,)_
(_,_1_
@
OUT!
L(MONO) _----
_
IN1
only
or VHF/UHF
terminals
the audio
of the
@ audio input terminals
Use to connect the audio output
equipment.
video input terminal
Use to connect the video output
another component to the TV.
antennas.
TV to an audio
system.
from a VCR or other
from a standard
(_) S-video input terminal
(CS-27309 ,only)
Use to connect the video output from a Super-VHS
VCR to the TV.
F>Important:
20
If you connect a S-video cable to the S-video input
cannot use the video input ((_) above).
Chapter
2: Connecting
Your TV
V,CR or
(S-VHS)
((_) above), you
Basic
Connections
This section describes the equipment
and p_'ocedures needed for
basic hook-ups. For more complex hook-ups, contact your dealer or
local cable company.
The connections explained in this section are:
_>Important:
•
TV+antenna
or cable
•
TV+cable
•
TV+separate
•
TV+VCR+antenna
•
TV+VCR+cable
•
TV+stereo
with a cable
a cable
box
box
UHF and VHF antennas
audio
or' cable
with a cable
without
a cable
I connecting
them.
Basic Connections
box
box
system
You must connect a VCR to your TV to see two separate
when using the Picture-in-Picture
(PIP) fi,_al;ure.
I You should unplug
,Warning:.
without
your
and any other components
pictures
before
TV
21
TV+antenna
equipment
or cable
without
a cable
box
you will need
If you have a standard
75-ohm coaxial
additional
equipment.
If your antenna
twin leads), you will need:
cable, you will not need
has Lwo leads (called fiat
one 75-300 ohm transformer
75 Ohm
"IV rear terminals
cANT/
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VIDEO
"_
AUDIO
P-- R-
LO_ONO)--
s-v Eo
@ O 0 '"'
/
Optional 300 C_m to 75 Ohm
Matching Transformer
connecting
0
Push or screw the end of the cable onto the antenna
the television.
connecting
0
a cable
an antenna
Use a screwdriver
with
Chapter
2: Connecting
on
leads
to connect the leads to the transformer.
O Push or screw the transibrmer
television.
22
fiat twin
terminal
Your TV
onto the ,_ntenna
terminal
on the
TV+cable
with
equipment
a cable
box
you will need
Use this hook-up if you need a cable box to descramble
cable signals. After you complete this hook-up, you should set up your
remote control to operate your cable box. See "Using the reraote
control" in Chapter 3.
To complete
the hook-up,
one 75-ohm
you'll need:
coaxial cable
{_23=,
procedure
O Connect
box.
the incoming
cable to the IN terminal
on the cable
O Connect a coaxial cable to the OUT terminai on the cable box;
connect the other end of this cable to the antenna terminal on
the back of the TV.
Incoming Cable
ii
ii ii
ii ii
O I°_T
1
Cable Box
Rear Terminals
IV Rear Terminals
75 Ohm
Coaxial Cable
ANT/
/_
(75 _) __"
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23
TV+ separate
equipment
UHF
and VHF
antennas
you will need
If UHF and VHF signals are brought into your home wil;h two
separate
antennas,
you'll need to combine the antennas
before
connecting them to the TV. To do this you will need a UHF/VtIF
combiner. (There are different combiners fcr different kinds of
leads. Check with your local electronics sto:re for the kind of' combiner you need.)
Pictured
below is a standard
combiner.
)
)
_J
To connect
separate
UHF and VHF antennas
to your tel,evision:
O Connect the UHF and VHF antenna leads to the appropriate
terminals
on the UHF/VHF combiner.
O Press
VHF
the combiner
onto tlhe antenna
Antenna
(Channels
300 _ Flat Twin
300 Ohm to
5 Ohm Combiner
;F_t
Back
Chapter
2: Connecting
14-69)
300_ Flat Twin Lead
Lead
_7
24
on the television.
UHF Antenna
(Channels 2-13)
--
terminal
_
_ ANT/
_
VIDEO
"fV rear terminals
s-v,
oEO
,_i,3e
Your TV
L_@
AUDIO
TV+VCR+antenna
equipment
or cable
without
a cable
box
you will need
You may want to connect a VCR along with your antennas
or cable.
To complete this hook-up, you may need the folLowing equipment.
one 75-ohm
coaxial cable
•
one set of RCA pin-type
audio cables
•
one RCA pin-type
one S-video cable
CS-27309 only
(If you are hooking
S-VHS VCR)
Basic Connections
video cable
up a
25
TV+VCR+antenna
(cont.)
or cable
without
a cable
box
procedure
O Connect
terminal
Connect
terminal
the incoming cable or antenna
on the VCR.
t(_ the ANTENNA
one end of a coaxial cable to the ,_qTENNA
on the VCR.
OUT
Connect the other end of the comxial cable to the antenna
nal on the TV.
0
DImportant:
IN
termi-
Connect an RCA pin-type video cable to tSe VIDEO OUT terminal on the back of the VCR. Connect the other end of tlhis cable
to the VIDEO INPUT terminal on the back of the TV.
(CS-27309 only) If you are co:nnecting a Super VHS
S-video cable instead of an RCA pin-type video cable.
end of the S-video cable to the S-Video OUT terminal
Connect the other end of the ('.able to the S-Video IN
the TV.
VCR, use an
Connect one
on the VCR.
terminal on
Connect a set of RCA pin-type audio cables to the AUDIO OUT
terminals
on the back of the VCR. Use the red cable to connect
the right (R) channel and the white cable for connecting tile left
(L) channel.
O Connect the other ends of this cable to 1;he AUDIO
terminals
on the back of the television.
_>Important:
Important:
INPUT
If your VCR is monaural (non-stereo),
you w:ll only connect a single
RCA pin-type audio cable. Connect the cable to the VCR, then
connect the other end to the L (LEFT) audio input on the back of
the television.
If your VCR has a video channel switch,
your VCR's owner's guide for details.
Begin playing
set it to "OFF/AV."
See
a tape on the VCR.
O To view the VCR, select the external input source by using the
INPUT button on the front control or on the remote control.
26
Chapter
2: Connecting
Your TV
TV+VCR+antenna
or cable without
a cable box
(cont.)
Incoming Cable
75 Ohm
Coaxial Cable
@
VCR Rear Terminals
AUDIO
OUT
VIDEO OUT
IN
Antenna
°!
Lead
ANT/
=l
AUDIO 1
CABLE
(75 D.)
TV Rear Terminals
/ S-Vl_EO
(S-video available
only on CS-27309)
Red Lead
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__
White
Lead
27
TV+VCR+cable
equipment
with
a cable
box
you will need
This hook-up will allow you to record scrambled
channels and to
view scrambled channels when the VCR is turned on. This connection will also allow you to view different channels when you use PIP.
To complete
need:
• three
the hook-up,
75-ohm
you will
coaxial cables
one set of RCA pin-type
audio cables
•
one RCA pin-type
cable
video
one S-video cable
CS-27309 only
(If you are hooking
S-VHS VCR)
one two-way
up a
splitter
OUT
28
Chapter
2: Connecting
Your q_V
OUT
TV+VCR+cable
with
a cable
box
(cont.)
procedure
Please
see the illustration
O Connect
splitter.
the incoming
on the following
page.
cable to the IN terminal
on the two-way
O Connect a coaxial cable to one of the OUT terminals
on the
splitter.
Connect the other end of this cable to the ANT terminal
on the back of the TV.
Connect the second coaxial cable to the other OUT terminal on
the splitter. Connect the other end of this cable to the IN termihal on the back of the cable box.
O Connect the third coaxial cable to the OUT terminal on the back
of the cable box. Connect the other end of this cable to the
ANTENNA-IN
terminal on the back of the VCR.
Connect an RCA pin-type video cable to the VIDEO OUT termihal on the back of the VCR. Connect the other end of this cable
to the VIDEO INPUT terminal on the back of the television.
_>Important:
(CS-27309 only) If you are connecting a Super VHS VCR, use an Svideo cable instead of an RCA pin-type video cable. Connect one end
of the S-video cable to the S-Video OUT terminal on the VCR.
Connect the other end of the cable to the S-Video IN terminal on
the TV.
O Connect a set of RCA pin-type audio cables to the AUDIO OUT
terminals
on the back of the VCR. Use the red cable to connect
the right (RI channel and tlhe white cable for connecting the left
(L) channel.
Connect the other ends of this cable to the AUDIO
terminals
on the back of the television.
INPUT
_>Important:
If your VCR is monaural
(non-stereo), you will only connect a single
RCA pin-type audio cable. Connect the cable to the VCR, then
connect the other end to the L (LEFT) audio input on the back of
the television.
_>Important:
If your VCR has a video channel switch,
your VCR's owner's guide for details.
O Begin playing
set it to "OFF/AV."
a tape on your VCR.
To view the VCR, select the external input
INPUT button on the remote control.
Basic Connections
See
source by using the
29
TV+VCR
_
Cable
or cable
with
a cable
box
(cont.)
From Outside
@
IN
OUT
t
OUT
t
0
VCFI Rear Terminals
OUT
_'
R?L
!
ead
O
ANT/
TV Rear Terminals
_
VIDEO
;77._
@
(S.video
AUDIO
® ® OU"
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t
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hrte Lead
°nly°nCS-27309)
30
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Chapter
_ Red Lead
t
j_w
2: Connecting
@
Your TV
_W
'
hile Lead
O
TV+stereo
audio
system
You may want to hear the sound from your TV and/or VCR through
your home audio system. To do this, comp]ete the necessary connections shown on previous pages of this chapter, then follow the
procedure on this page.
equipment
•
you will need
1 set of RCA pin-type
cables
audio
procedure
0
Connect one end of RCA pin-type audio cables to the AUDIO
OUTPUT terminals
on the back of the 'television.
Use the red
cable to connect the right (R) channel and the white cable to
connect the left (L) channel
O
Connect the other ends of this cable to the AUX IN terminals
the back of the audio system.
O
Turn offthe television's
speakers.
To do this, turn on the TV.
Press the MENU button on the remote control. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen. Press ADJUST • to move the menu
cursor next. to "Audio Select." Press ADJUST • and the Audio
Select menu will appear.
Press ADJUST • to move the raenu
cursor next to "Speaker."
Press ADJUST • to select °OFF."
Press MENU to return to normal TV viewing.
O Set the audio system's input to the AUX position.
audio system's owner's guide.
t>Important:
For proper tone and volume balance,
using an external audio system.
on
See your
turn off the TV speakers
when
Audio system rear terminals
TV rear terminals
CAgLE
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a_l
levi
white
k(_ad
our
31
CHAPTER
Operating
3
Your TV
Now that your TV is connected to the cable, anLennas, or external
components,
it's time to enjoy your equipment.
This chapter will
explain how to operate the TV, first focusing oil functions that are
basic and easy and then explaining
some advanced features.
This chapter
Getting
Using
explains:
Started
the
Advanced
Features
33
€ Getting
Started
This section is designed to get you started enjoying your new TV. If
you follow these procedures
one by one, you will soon have a picture
and can begin discovering everything
you_r television can do_
You'll find information
• Setting
on:
up and using
• Turning
the
the
• Changing
channels
input
• Understanding
the
• Selecting
the
the
on-screen
menu
language
/ deleting
channels
the picture
• Selecting
the
• Using
closed
the
sound
caption
decoder
• Understanding
the on-screen
• Using
the sleep
timer
• Using
SuperQuickView
• Using
One-Key
• Using
video
• Using
the Picture-in-Picture
Chapter
menus
channels
• Adjusting
34
source
menus
• Memorizing
• Adding
control
TV on/off
• Selecting
• Using
the remote
TM
Play
mute
3: Operating
displays
(CS-27309
Your TV
only)
(PIP)
mode
(CS-27309
only)
Using
boxes
about
the remote
and other
your
remote
control
equipment
to operalLe
VCRs,
cable
control
This TV's remote control has fi)ur "layers": the TV layer, the VCR
layer, the DVD layer, and the AUDIO layer. Each layer can be
used to operate a different component in your AN system. You.
choose the layer you want to use by setting the "select" switch
across the top of the remote control.
When you first receive your remote control, _;he TV layer is set up
to operate your Mitsubishi TV and VCR. The VCR layer is set to
operate your Mitsubishi VCR. The DVD layer is programmed
to
operate your Mitsubishi DVD player.
The AUDIO layer is programmed for your Mitsubishi AFV receiver.
You can use the following
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
to operate
power button
channel control
volume control
mute button
number buttons
menubutton
QuickView
button
your TV:
• SuperQuickView
buttons
(A, B, C, and D buttons)
• input button
• display bul;tcn
• playbutton
o' adjust buttons
• PIP controls (CS-27309 only)
TM
TM
If you have a cable box (including a digital satellite box), a nonMitsubishi VCR, a Mitsubishi
laserdisc player, a Mitsubishi A/V
receiver, or a compact disc player, you can set up the layers in the
remote control to operate these components.
The VCR'layer can be set up to operate a non-Mitsubishi
VCR. The
DVD layer can be set up to operate a VCR, cable box, digital[
satellite box, or a Mitsubishi laserdisc player. The AUDIO layer
can be set up to operate a cable box, a digital satellite box, a
Mitsubishi
laserdisc player, or a Mitsubishi _[ receiver.
The TV
layer can be set up to operate the volume control of a Mitsubishi
A/V receiver.
setting
up the remote
Turn offyour
0
0
control
to operate
your
VCR
VCR.
Set the select switch on the remote
want to set up: VCR or DVD.
to choose the layer you
_While holding in the POWER button on the: remote control,
enter the code number listed in the chart on the next page for
your brand of VCR. Be sure to enter both digits of the code
number.
If more than one number is listed, begin with the iirst
code listed.
Getting
Started
35
Using
boxes
If your VCR
is this brand...
Mitsubishi (A)
Mitsubishi (B)
Canon
Emerson
Funai
General Electric
Goldstar
Hitachi
JVC
...enterthis
code
the remote
and other
If your VCR
is this brand...
01
02
03
04, 05
06
O3
07
O8
O9
Magnavox
Multitech
NEC
Panasonic
Philco
control
to operate
components
(cont.)
...enterthis
code
If your VCR
is this b
the POWER
15
16
1/, 18
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Symphor '
Teknika
Toshiba
Totevisio
Zenith
08, 13, 20
14
cable
...enterthis
code
Scot
03, 10, 11
06
12
03, 21
03, 10
03, 10, 11
03
Philips
Quasar
RCA
Sanyo
VCRs,
03, 10, 1 1
O6
0,1
0_O66
15
O7
19
O
Release
button.
O
Press the POWER button again. Your VCR should turn on.
If the VCR turns on, your remote control is ready to operate
your VCR. (See "Using Your Remote Control to Operate Your
VCR" next ibr remote control VCR functions.)
If your VCR does not turn on, repeat the instructions,
trying each
code number listed for your braind of VCR. If none of these code
numbers work, try each number (01 through 21) individualLly.
using
your
remote
control
to operate
After you have set up your remote control
of VCR, you can use the remote to operate
O
yo_r
VCR
fi)r your particu]Lar brand
your VCR.
Set the select switch on the remote control to the layer that you
set up to operate your VCR: VCR or DVD.
Point the remote
buttons.
control at the VCR and press the desired
If you are using a Mitsubishi
VCR, you will be able to use all of the
buttons on the remote control to operate your VCR except for MUTE,
VOLUME and the PIP function buttons, which will always operate
the TV itself.
If you are using another brand of VCR, you can use the POWER,
CHANNEL,
REC, STOP, PAUSE, REW, PLAY, and FF
buttons to operate your VCR.
36
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Using
boxes
the remote
control
to operate
and other components
(cont.)
setting
digital
up the remote
satellite
box
O
control
to operate
Turn on your cable box or digital
satellite
VCRs,
your
cable
box or
box.
Set the select switch on the top of the remote
layer you want to set up: AUDIO or DVD.
...enterthis
If yourcable/satellitebox
isthis brand...
code
ABC
57, 59, 62, 67, 89
Color Voice
73, 74, 98
Comtronics
93
Gemini
55
General Electric
66
General Instruments
55, 56, 57
Hamlin
52, 53, 69
Hitachi
57
Jerrold
54, 55, 56_57, 58
59, 60, 85, 87
Macom
7!
94
Magnavox
Memorex
51
cable
to choose the
O
While holding in the POWER button on the remote control,
enter the code number listect in the chart below for your brand
of cable or satellite box. Be sure to enter both digits of the code
number.
If more than one number is listecL, begin with the first
code listed.
O
Release the POWER button.
(See "Using Your Remote Control
to Operate Your Cable or Satellite Box" next for remote control
functions.)
...enterthis
code
If your
iscable/satellite
thisbrand... box
Oak
Panasonic
Paracjo_0_
Philips
Pioneer
Prime Star
Pulsar
RCA
RCA DSS
Regal
Regency
Samsung
61, 62, 82
63, 70
51
73, 74, 75, 76, 77
93, 94, 98, 99
64
65 84 ___
48
51
63
49
53
79
65, 84
If your cable/_
is this1;
Scientific /
Si£nature
_X
...ente_r
this
code
66, 88, 89, 91, 92
57
47
_S_#rucar
Starcom
__ate
Tocom
Toshiba
Untied Arli
United Cable
Viewstar
Zenith
63
5_55, 56,87
55
67, 68, 72
51
62
54
93, 94
51
Press the POWER button again. Your cable or satellite box
should turn off. If the cable or satellite box turns off, your
remote control is now set up to operate it. If your cable or
satellite box does not turn off, repeat the :Lnstructions above,
trying each code number listed for your b:_and of cable or
satellite box. If none of these numbers work, try each number,
51 through 99.
_Impo_tant:
Some of the cable boxes can be turned
buttons or the number
CHANNEL or number
Getting
Started
buttons.
buttons
on with the CHANNEL
If your box is this type, use tlhe
to turn on yo_xr box.
37
Using
boxes
the remote
and other
using your remote
satellite
box
control
to operate
components
(cont.)
control
to operate
VCRs,
your
cable
cable
box or
After you have set up your remote control for your particular
brand
of cable or satellite box, you can use the remote to operate it.
O
Use the select switch on the remote control to choose the layer
that you set up to operate your cable o:: satellite box: AUDIO
or DVD.
O
Point the remote control[ at the cable o:_satellite
the desired buttons.
box and press
You can use the POWER, CHANNEL, nambers
(0-9), and :ENTER
buttons to operate your cable box. If you are using an RCA DSS or
PRIMESTAR ® receiver, you. may be able to use additional buttons.
Refer to the instructions
for these device,s.
setting up the remote
control
disc player or AN receiver
to operate
your
Mitsubishi
q[]} Turn off your audio component.
Set the select switch on the top of the remote to choose the
layer you want to set up. For a laserdisc player, choose DVD or
AUDIO. For an A/V receiver, choose AUDIO or TV.
While holding in the POWER button
enter one of these code numbers:
For a
35 or
For a
For a
For a
control,
Mitsubishi A/V receiver and compact disc player: 30, 31,
38
Mitsubishi
and some Pioneer laserdisc players: 3:2 or 33
Yamaha A/V receiver and compact disc player: 36 or 37
Mitsubishi
DVD player: 34
Be sure to enter
first code listed.
both digits of the code number.
the POWER
Start
,_th the
O
Release
button.
O
Press the POWER button again. Your disc player or audio
component should turn on. If it doe,;, your remote c,ontrol is
now set up to operate your audio component.
If it does not turn
on, repeat the instructions
above, trying the next code number
listed for your component.
See the next page for information
operate your A/V components.
38
on the remote
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
on using the remote
to
Using
boxes
notes
_Important:
Important:
the remote
control
to operate
and other components
(cont.)
about
your
remote
VCRs,
cable
control
Sometimes manufacturers
will: change their products, or t]_ey may
use more than one code. If this is the case, your remote may not be
able to operate your VCR or cable box.
When you replace the batteries in your remote control, the remote
will usually return to its initial setting.
You may need to set up
your remote again.
using your
player
remote
to operate
your
Mitsubishi
laserdisc
After you have set up your remote control for your laserdisc
player, you can use the remote to operate it.
or DVD
O Use the select switch on the remote control to choose t:he
layer that you set up to operate your laserdisc player, DVD
or AUDIO.
O Point the remote control at the laserdisc
the desired buttons.
player
and press
You can use the POWER, numbers (0-9), INFO, MENU, CANCEL,
STOP, PAUSE, REW, PLAY, ADJUST, and FF buttons to operate
your disc player.
using
your
remote
to operate
After you have set up your remote
can use the remote to operate it.
your
Mitsubishi
A/V receiver
control for your A/V receiver,
you
O Use the select switch on the remote control to choose the
layer that you set up to operate your receiver: AUDIO or TV.
Point the remote
desired buttons.
control at the A/V receiver
If you are using a Mitsubishi HTS-100 receiver;
VOLUME, and MUTE buttons will operate :it.
and press the
the POWER,
If you are using a Mitsubishi HTS-300 receiver; the POWER,
CIZ_NNEL, INPUT, VOLUME, ENTER, number (0-9), INFO,
MENU, CANCEL, AUDIO, VIDEO, ADJUST, and MUTE buttons
will operate it.
If you are using a Mitsubishi M-VR400, M-_rR600, M-VR800 or
M-VR1000; the POWER, VOLUME, numbe:_ (0-9), and MUTE
buttons will operate the receiver. The ADJUST
buttons will
operate the M-VR800 and M-VR1000 menu,s.
If you are using a Mitsubishi M-CD500 CD player; the PLAY,
PAUSE, STOP, FF, and REW buttons will operate it.
Getting
Started
39
Turning
_Important:
the
TV on/off
Before using the remote control to operate the TV, set the select
switch on the top of the remote control to TV.
Use the POWER button on either the com:rol panel or the remote
control to turn the TV on and. off.
_Important:
There is always a small amount of current flowing into the TV,
even when the power is turned off. This maintains
any changes to
the TV's settings.
Unplugging
the set will erase these settings,
requiring you to set them again. Unplug the TV only when it won't
be used for a long time.
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® ® Q '-',
o
VIDEO
L(_ONOhAU[)IO-R
FRONr
40
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
INPUT
2
Selecting
the
other
equipment
input
source
to watch
your
VCR
or
If you connected components
such as VCRs, camcorders,
or laserdisc players to your TV, you will need to charLge the input source to
view the signals from these components.
To select an input
remote control.
source, press the input
button
(INPUT)
on the
®®®
@®®
®®®
You can choose between
the following
input
sources:
• ANT (antennas
or cable systems connected to the antenna
terminals)
• INPUT1 (components
connected to the terminals
on the back of
your TV)
• INPUT2 (a component connected to the te:rminals on the front
panel of your TV)
When selected, the name of the input
upper right corner of the screen.
will dL,olay briefly
in the
You may also use the CHANNEL/x
v button to reach INPUT1 and
INPUT2.
These will be found in the cycle of memorized dhannels
between the highest and lowest channel numbers.
Getting
Started
41
Changing
channels
Your TV offers you four ways of changing channels once their
numbers have been programmed
:into channel memory:
• selecting channels one-by-one
channel down v controls
• directly
accessing
a channel
• using the QuickView
TM
by pressing
option to recall
• using the SuperQuickView
channels on a user-chosen
42
with the channel
fimction
list
TM
up/%
the number
and
buttons
the last channel
to alternate
between
[_Important:
To change channels faster, enter two digits for every channel
number, using zeros where needed. For example, enter 0 4 to view
channel 4 and 2 8 to view channel 28.
[_Important:
If you memorized channels using the AIR option, your TV can
receive antenna channels 2-13 (¥HF) and 14-69 (UHF).
If you
memorized
channels using one of the CABLE options, your _I_ can
receive cable channels 1-125. C_.J3LE STD option does not provide
channel 1. If you select a ehann el outside of th_, memorized
range,
your TV will not change channels.
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Changing
channels
(cont.)
changing
channels
To change
channels:
one-by-one
Press one of the channel buttons (CHANNEL) on the control
panel or on the remote control.
The TV will automatically
tune
to the _aext memori_:ed channel.
changing
_
_ _ _,.
/6 _' dl/
channels
directly
To move directly to a particular
channel wi thout going through the
memorized channels in-between:
• For single digit eham_els, press
0 and the channel number.
= For two digit channels, press
the two numbers in sequence.
For cable channels
with three
digits, press the 100 key, then
press the next two numbers.
For exam ple, to select channel
120, press the 100 key, then 2
and 0. The TV must be in a
cable mode. See "Selecting Air/
Cable" :in this chapter.
Getting
Started
43 -
Changing
channels
(cont.)
using
the QuickView
TM
option
To alte:rnate between the ,current
channel ,_nd the last one viewed:
$ G _t v_
,.t _
2>
O Press the QV button on the
remc,te control to switch to the
last channel viewed.
O Press the QV button again to
return to the original channel.
using the SuperQuickView
option
TM
This featur_ can memor:[ze 4
frequently
used channels in 4
different memories (A, 13,C, and
DI. For ins_;ance, the channels
could be th_me based or family
member based. To view selected
channels programmed
into
SuperQuickView
memories:
O
Enter the desired channels into
a SuperQuickView
memory.
See "Using SuperQuickView"
later in tt:.is chapter.
Press the A button repeatedly
to view Lh_ channels in the A
memory.
To view channels in
the B memory, press the B
button repeatedly.
Button,_ C
and D will select the channels
you progxammed
into the C and
D memories.
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Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Understanding
One of the distinctive
system
the
on-screen
features
menus
of this TV is an on-screen
to use some of the TV's special
When using any of the on-screen
in mind:
menu
capabi[ities.
menus,
please
• The on-screen menus will clear if the menus
before an item is selected.
keep the following
are left on too long
• You can exit the on-screen menus any tim.e by pressing the
MENU button. You will then return to ret_lar
TV viewing.
When making selections, both the ADJUST • or • and
•
•
CHANNEL A V buttons will move the cursor •
on the TV
screen up and down. Both the ADJUST
• or •
and VOLUME A x/ buttons will move the cursor
_ on the screen
right and left, or adjust or set the selected feature.
Using
the menus
Press MENU on the remote
control. You will see the ';Main
Menu" shown below.
€ SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
LANGUAGE
SET
Getting
O
Press ADJUST • or V, or
CHANNEL AV to move the
cursor
next to the feature
you wish to use or change.
O
Press ADJUST
• or •, or
VOLUME A x/to select the
feature. _2he menu will change
to the m_,nu for that feature.
When :you are finished using
the menus, press MENU to
return to normal TV viewing.
UP
Started
45
Selecting
the menu
language
O Press MENU. You will see the
"Main N[enu."
SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
€ LANGUAGE
SET UP
O
Press ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL A v to move the
cursor _ on the screen ]._ext to
"Language."
O Press ADJUST
• or a or
VOLUI_IE to go to the language
menu.
O Press ADJUST • or •
or
CHANNEL ^ v to move the
• next to the language
cursor V
you want the on-screen menus
to use, English or Spanish.
That language is now selected.
LANGUAGE
¢ENGLISH
ESPANOL
Press
Memorizing
I_.[ENU to exit.
channels
Your TV can automatically
memorize the channels it can receive.
Once channels are memorized, you can scan through them using
the channel buttons on the remote control and front panel.
Selecting
an antenna
setting
O Press MENU.
will appear.
SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
LANGUAGE
SET UP
O
The Main Menu
Press ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL ^ x/to move the
cursor _'_ next to S,_t Up."
Press ADJUST
•.
You will see the Set Up Menu.
Select "Air/Cable" and press
ADJUST •.
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Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Memorizing
channels
(cont.)
O You will see the Air/Cable
€ AIR/CABLE
MEMORIZE
CH
ADD/DELETE
CH
SUPERQUICKVIEW
ONE-KEY
PLAY
VIDEO
MUTE
If you ]have connected a UHF/VHF
anterma, press ADJUST '_' to
select "Air."
If you ]have connected a cable
antenna,
press ADJUST W to
select "Cable Std," "Cable HRC,"
or "Cable, IRC," depending
on what
type of' cable system you have.
Contact your cable company if you
don't know what type of cable you
have.
AIR/CABLE
•f AIR
CABLE
CABLE
CABLE
STD
HRC
IRC
Memorizing
O Press
M]_NU to exit.
channels
O Press MENU
Menu.
Press
CH
You will see the Memorize Channel Men_L. Press ADJUST • to
begin memorizing
channels.
You
will see each channel number
display automatically
If you wish to stop the procedure,
press ADJUST 4.
10
START:
>
STOP
: <
To resume memorizing
channels,
press _.J)JUST • or VOLUME.
The memorization
will start over
at the beginning.
When finished,
Getting
Started
• or T or
You will see the Set Up Menu.
Select "N.[emorize Ch" and press
ADJUST b.
O
MEMORIZE
ADJUST
to see the Main
CHANNF, L ^ v to move the
cursor _ next to "Set Up." Press
ADJUS1 _b.
AIR/CABLE
# MEMORIZE
CH
ADD/DELETE
CH
SUPERQUICKVIEW
ONE-KEY
PLAY
VIDEO
MUTE
AIR
Menu.
press
MENU.
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Adding
and
deleting
channels
After all available channels have been memorized, you can add
weak channels or delete any unwanted
channels by using the
following procedure.
0 Press MENU. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
0
Press ADJUST • or '• or
CHANNEL
/x v
to move the
&
AIR/CABLE
MEMORIZE
CH
€ ADD/DELETE
CH
SUPERQUICKVIEW
ONE-KEY
PLAY
VIDEO
MUTE
cursor _} next to "Set up."
Press ADJUST •.
O You will see the Set Up menu.
Press ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL/x
x/ to move the
cursor I_ next to "Add/Delete
Ch."
0 Press ADJUST • or VOLUME.
The screen will show the Add/
Delete Channel Men'a over the
picture
ADD/DELETE
STD
CH
100
TO
TO
Chapter
Press ADJUST • to add a weak
channel or ADJUST • to delete
an und_sired
channd.
ADD
: )
ERASE: <
3: Operating
Your TV
channel.
0 Press ADJUST • or •
or
CHANNEL/xv
to select the
channel you want to add or
delete.
0
48
of the selected
When you have added or
deleted all of the channels you
wish, press MENU to exit.
Adjusting
the
picture
You can adjust all of your television's
picture functions by using
the menu feature called "Video Adjust."
Each individual
adjustment display will show over the picture of 1;hecurrently
selected
channel so you can see how your adjustment_; will change the
picture.
descriptions
COLOR
of video
provides
TINT provides
in the picture.
settings
a scale that determines
the intensity
of the color.
a scale that adjusts the proportion of red to green
This determines
the delicate tones of the color.
CONTRAST provides a scale that control_; the level of white-toblack in the picture. When the contrast is low, you will be able to
see the variety of shades in the darker images on the screen.
When the contrast is high, the screen's dark images will appear
more uniformly black, but this will also make the colors o_a the
screen seem more vibrant.
BRIGHTNESS
provides
ness of the picture.
SHARPNESS
of the picture.
provides
a scale that
a scale that
controls
adjusts
the overall
the detail
and clarity
COLOR TEMP allows you to set how the TV will display
images. Your choices are "Low," "High," or "Medium."
With the "LOW" setting,
warm cast to them.
white
images
on-screen
bright-
white
will :have a
With the "HIGH" setting, white images on-screen will have a
cool cast to them. This setting may be the most realistic
picture under bright lighting.
With the "MEDIUM" setting, white images on-screen
balanced between the above warm and cool settings.
A/V RESET will return
original factory settings.
Getting
Started
all of the picture
adjustments
will be
to the
49
Adjusting
the picture
(cont.)
{[]PPress MENU. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
LANGUAGE
SET UP
O Press ADJUST • or V or
CHANNI_IL/x v to move the
cursor _
next to "Video
Adjust."
Press .td3JUST • or VOLUME.
The screen will return to the
picture of the currently selected channel with CONTRAST display
bottom.
CONTRAST
-llllllllllllll+
50
shown at 1;he
While the display is still
showing, press ADJU,_T • or
• or CI-LMNNEL A v to select
the video setting
to adjust.
you would like
OPress,_)JUST
• or_
or
VOLUME/x
v to adjust the
selected video setting.
COLOR
TEMP.
MEDIUM
Press MENU to return
normal qW viewing.
The video setting
menu
to
cycle is:
Contrast
A!V reset.
Color temperature
Sharpne,;s
Brightness
Color
Tint
-IIIIIII
Important:
[_ Important:
50
BRIGHTNESS
25
' ' ' ' ' ' '+
While the video adjustment
setting display_ are showing onscreen, the CHANNEL and VOLUME buttons will not operate
normal channel or volume functions.
If no video adjustment
is made within a few seconds,
return to normal TV viewing automatically
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
the
the: TV will
Selecting
the
sound
You can select the sound and the speakers you will hear by using
the menu feature called "Audio Select." The audio selectio_ will be
displayed over the picture
use the display button.
your
audio
selections
MTS: (multi-channel
each time you select a new channel
or
are:
television
sound)
STEREO
This setting allows you to receive stereo broadcasts
automatically if the TV broadcaster
is sending stereo sound. If
the TV broadcaster
is not sending stereo sound, the TV will
automatically
select the mono sound.
SAP (separate
audio program)
This setting allows you to hear a different sound if the TV
broadcaster
is sending a secondary form of sound. Examples
of the use of SAP are a foreign language sound track of the
main program or news or weather reports from a local radio
station.
If the TV broadcaster
is not sending SAP sound, the
TV will automatically
select the mono _;ound.
MONO
This setting allows you to listen only to the mono sound sent
by the TV broadcaster
even if the broadcaster
is also sending
stereo or SAP sound. Use this setting _hen there is; unwanted background
noise from a weak station.
SPEAKER:
ON
You will hear the sound through
the TY's built-in
speakers.
OFF
When you have connected your TV to an audio system and
wish to hear the sound through the ,;peakers of the audio
system.
Important:
To avoid a volume mis-match
between the T_i's built-in speakers
and the speakers of your audio system, you should turn offthe TV's
speakers when listening to the sound througi_ your audio system.
Getting
Started
51
Selecting
the
sound
(cont.)
O Press N:ENU. The Main Menu
will aplc.ear on the screen.
SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
€AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
LANGUAGE
SET UP
O Press ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL A V button to move
the ccLrsor _ next to
Select."
_-Ludio
O Press ADJUST
• or VOLUME
The screen will show the Audio
Selectio:n menu.
AUDIO
SELECT
CMTS
SPEAKER
O Press M)JUST
• or • or
CHANNEL A V to ,;elect the
:STEREO
:ON
audio setting you would ].ike to
adjust (MTS or SPEAKER).
O Press ADJUST • or _ or
VOLUME A V to adjust the
selected audio setting;.
O Press MENU to return
normal 87Vviewing.
Important:
to
The audio output of this TV will change when you adjust the Thrs
volume. When you use the TV with an audio system, turn the TV's
volume all the way down, set the audio sy,_tem's volume to an
average setting and then increase the TV',; volume until you can
hear the sound at a normal level.
Using
the
closed
caption
decoder
Many broadcasters
now supply closed captioning information
along
with their regular broadcasts.
Your TV can decode that information
and display it on the TV screen.
Closed captioning was initially designed sc that those wiLh hearing
difficulties could more fully enjoy viewing television.
However,
closed captioning can also be used in other ways, such as:
• helping children learn to read
• learning a foreign language
• using the television without, disturbing
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3: Operating
Your TV
otl:ers
Using
There
send:
the
closed
caption
decoder
are two types (modes) of captioning
(cont.)
that broadcasters
can
Captions:
standard
captioning which is related to the program
that is being shown. Standard
captioning usually follows the dialog
of the characters
on-screen and only display,; when the broadcaster
is sending the closed captioning.
Text: text captioning can contain information
such as weather or
news that is not related to the program that is being shown. Text
captioning blocks out your view of the program you are watching.
Your TV can decode two different types of sil,mals, or data channels,
for each type of captions (Captions
CH 1 or CH 2 or Te_:t CH 1 or
CH 2). However, each station may be broad:asting
only one signal,
or none at all.
adjusting
the closed
caption
decoder
You can turn on or offthe closed caption
feature called "Closed Caption."
decoder
by using
the menu
In) Press MENU. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
LANGUAGE
SET
Use ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL/xv
to move the
cursor _; next to"Closed
C aptio n."
UP
Press ADJUST • or VOLUME.
The screen will show 1;he Closed
Caption
CLOSED
-* MODE
DATA
CAPTION
:OFF
:CH 1
menu.
Press ADJUST • or 4! or
VOLUME/x
v to select one of
the caption modes; "Off,"
"Captions," or "Text," thai; you
would ]ike to view.
Press ADJUST • or CHANNEL v to move the cursor
next to "Data."
Getting
Started
53
Using
the
closed
CLOSED
MODE
DATA
Dlmportant:
caption
decoder
(cont.)
O Press ABJUST
• or • or
VOLUME/x
v to select which
type of signal (data channel 1
or 2) you would like tc, view.
CAPTION
:OFF
:CH 1
O Press MFNU to return
normal _[V viewing.
to
If you have selected "Captions" and "CH 1" or "CH 2," and tune to
a broadcaster
that is not sending a caption signal, no captions will
appear.
[_Important:
The contents of captions are determined
your captions show strange characters,
mar, it is not a malfunction
of the TV.
[_Important:
If you have selected "Text" and "CH 1" or "C[-I 2," a large black box
will appear over the lower portion of the picture.
The text information will appear in this box; however, even if the broadcaster
is not
sending any text information,
the black box will still block the
lower portion of the picture.
Closed
captions
when
big the broadcaster.
If
misspellings
or odd gcam-
muting
Your TV will automatically
turn on "Captions CH 1" when you
turn off the sound by pressing the MUTE button on the remote
control. The captions will show only if the broadcaster
is sending
the closed caption signal. "Captions CH 1" will be turned, off
automatically
when you restore the sound using the MUTE button
again or if you turn off the TV.
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3: Operating
Your TV
Understanding
the on-screen
displays
Your TV provides an on-screen summary of the current settings for
TV or cable channels or the external inputs.
This summary will
also provide information
about the type of socnd that is being sent
by the broadcaster
and the type of sound you have set the TV to
"listen to." In addition, the display system will provide information
concerning the source of the nmin and sub PI]? pictures, and the
amount of time remaining
on tlhe sleep timer. This information
is
displayed automatically
when you make a change such as selecting
a new channel or activate the PIP. It can also be recalled by
pressing DISPLAY on the remote control.
• Selected
Select a channel, or
press DISPLAY once
is 8.
• Stereo signal is "on air" or being
sent by the broadcaster.
08
SUB:
Channel
INPUT1
• SAP or Secondary Aud:[o
Program sound is "on air" or
being sent by the broadcaster.
SAP
,STEREO
MONO
• The TV's current audio select is
stereo sound, indicated by the
arrow
_.
• The "SUB" PIP image
from Inputl.
Select an input,
press DISPLAY
or
once
INPUT1
SUB:
08
is coming
INPUT] i,_the seledted input
fbr viewings, such as a VCR or
DVD player connected to audio
and video inputs on the back of
the TV.
The "SUB" PIP image is coming
from channel 8, directly from
the antenna or cable connected
to the AN_.?/CABLE jack.
If the Sleep timer is
set, press DISPLAY
twice.
SLEEP
30
Getting
Started
TIMER
REMAIN
The Sleep timer has been set
and 30 minutes remain before
the TV will turn off.
55
€ Using
the
Advanced
Features
This section explains how to use some of the more advanced
features.
You'll learn about:
56
• Using
the
• Using
SuperQuickView
• Using
One-Key
• Using
video
• Using
the
Chapter
sleep
timer
TM
Play
mute
(CS-27309
Picture-in-Picture
3: Operating
Your 2W
only)
(PIP)
mode
(CS-27309
only)
Using
the
sleep
timer
This advanced feature allows :you to set the qTv_to turn off automatically. You can set the TV to turn off after 'a period of time ranging
from 30 minutes to 120 minutes, in 30 minute intervals.
Setting
the sleep
timer
q[]}Press MENU. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
LANGUAGE
SET UP
O Press ADJUST • or V or
CHANNEL/x
v to move the
cursor
4; next to"Sleep
Timer."
O Press ADJUST
• or VOI,UME.
The screen will show the :Sleep
Timer M,_nu.
SLEEP
TIMER
--REMAIN
Press ADJUST
• or •
or
VOLUME /x V to set the
"Remain!rig time." ADJUST
•
or VOLUME
/x will increase
the "Re_ aining time" and
ADJUST • or VOLUME
v
will decrease the "Reraaining
time." The remaining
time will
change in 30 minute intervals.
Press MENU to return to
normal[ _I_ viewing and start
the Sleep Timer countdown.
You can verify the amount of remaining
time later by pressing the
DISPLAY button twice. The sleep timer remaining
time will be
shown in the upper right hand corner of the picture for 5 seconds.
Your TV will provide
turning off.
Using
the Advanced
a warning
Features
display
of % remaining"
before
57
Using
the sleep
Changing
timer
or canceling
(cont.)
the sleep
timer
I[_ Press MENU. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
; SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
O Press ,_)JUST
• or 'V or
CHANNEL ^ v to move the
cursor
I_ next to"Sleep
Timer"
LANGUAGE
SET UP
O Press M)JUST • or VOLUME.
The Sleep Timer Menu will
appear.
SLEEP
O Press ADJUST _ or VOLUME ^
to increase the "Remaining
time" or ADJUST • or VOLUME x_ to decrease the
"Remaining
time." The remaining tirae will change !in 30
minute intervals.
When the
TIMER
REMAIN
"Remairing
time" display shows
"- - -", the sleep timer is canceled.
Press MENU to retu:m to
normal 'Vg viewing.
Using
SuperQuickView
TM
SuperQuickView
allows you to set up four different channel memories (A, B, C and D) and to cycle through these channels by pressing the SuperQuickView
button for that raemory.
The use of these memories
is flexible
and can be used in different
ways, for example:
Theme based -- program
channels, news channels
a memory for sporl;s channels,
or educational
clhannels.
mo_fie
Family member based -- program a special :memory of four favorite
channels, one memory for each of four different family members.
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Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Using
SuperQuickView
customizing
(cont.)
TM
the SuperQuickView
memor!ies:
O Press MENU. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
LANGUAGE
€ SET
O Press ADJUST • or •
or
CHANNEL/x
x/ to move the
cursor __, next to "Set up."
V
Press ADJUST _ or VOLUME.
The Set Up menu will appear.
UP
O Press ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL/x
x/ to select
SuperQuickView.
AIR/CABLE
Press ADJUST • or VOLUME.
The screer will show the
SuperQuickView
menu
MEMORIZE
CH
ADD/DELETE
CH
€ SUPERQUICKVIEW
ONE-KEY
PLAY
VIDEO
MUTE
O
SUPERQUlCKVIEW
<A>
120
12
104
4
B
C
D
Press ADJUST•
or • or
VOLUME ^ v to select one of
the four memory columns titled
A B, C or D. The selected
memory will be indicated by
"< >" bracketing
the title letter
at the top _f the column.
Press ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL A x/to select a
channel position in the memory
column.
Use the number buttons
select a channel number
channel position.
to
for the
For single digit channel numhers press "0" first and then the
channel n_lmber.
For two digit channel numbers,
press the 3mmber buttons in
sequence, such as "2" and then
"5" for channel 25.
For cable channels 100 and
higher, press the "100" button
first and then press the other
two numbers in sequence.
Press MENU to return
normal TV viewing.
Using the Advanced
Features
to
59.
Using
_>Important:
SuperQuickView
TM
(cont.,)
You can set channel numbers 70 to 125 in the SuperQuickView
memory only when the AIR/CABLE setting is one of the cable
selections; that is Cable Std, Cable HRC, or Cable IRC.
scanning
the SuperQuickView
O Press the A, B, C or D button
the remote control. The "A"
button will scan the channels
SUPERQUICKVIEW
<A>
120
B
channels
on
in
the "SuperQuickView
A"
memory and the "B" button will
scan the channels in the
"Supc,rQuickView
B" memory,
etc.
C
12
104
4
O The clhannels will be scanned in
the order they were placed in
the memory.
In the example at
left, press the "A" button
repeatedly
to scan channel 120,
channel 12, channel 104, and
channel 4, in that order.
removing
channels
from
the SuperQuickView
memories
O Press MENU. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
O
AIR/CABLE
MEMORIZE
CH
ADD/DELETE
CH
€ SUPERQUICKVIEW
ONE-KEY
PLAY
VIDEO
MUTE
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Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Press ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL A v to move the
cursor
_
next to"Set
up."
O
Press ADJUST b or VOLUME.
The Set Up menu will1 appear.
O
Press ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL A V to select
SuperQuickView.
Using
SuperQuickView
TM
O Press ADi'TJST • or VOLUME.
The screen will show the
SuperQuickView
menu.
SUPERQUICKVIEW
<A>
120
12
104
4
B
(cont.)
C
D
O Use ADJUST • • and • <
to select the memory column
and channel position of' the
channel you wish to remove.
O Use the number buttons to
enter "0 0", this will remove the
selected channel from the
SuperQuickView
memory.
Press
MENU to return
normal
Using
One-Key
to
'l%r viewing.
Play
One-Key Play is a special feature that makes !it easier to use your
television with a Mitsubishi
VC,R. When yoa press the PI_z\Y
button on the remote control, the TV will automatically
switch to
the input or channel you use to watch the playback of a video tape.
before
you begin
You must have a Mitsubishi VCR. If this VCR has VCR A and
VCR B remote control codes, the VCR must be set to VCR A. See
your VCR's owner's guide for instructions
on setting the VCR to
VCR A.
If you have not reprogrammed
the remote control and the remote is
able to operate your VCR, then your VCR is already set to VCR A.
The remote control that came with the TV was programmed
at the
factory to operate Mitsubishi
VCRs set to VCR A remote codes.
You need to know which
(3 or 4) you use to watch
Using the Advanced
Input (INPUT1
a video tape.
Features
or INPUT2)
or channel
61 •
Using
One-Key
setting
the One-Key
Play
(cont.)
Play input
or channel
0 Press MENU. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
LANGUAGE
€ SET UP
0 Use P.J)JTJST • or • or
CHANNEL/x
v to move the
cursor
€
next to "Set up".
Press ADJUST • or VOLUME.
The Set Up menu will appear.
O Use !LDJUST • or • or
CHA2qNEL A -4 to move the
cursor :_ next to "One-Key
v
Play".
ONE-KEY
Press ADJUST • or VOLUME.
The screen will show the OneKey Play menu.
PLAY
O Press
€CH3
CH4
INPUT1
INPUT2
OFF
ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL Av
to move the
cursor :_ next to the input
(INPUT'I
or INPUT 2) or
channel number (CH 3 or CH 4)
you use to watch a video tape.
If you do not have a Mitsubishi
VCR, make sure the cur,;or •
is next to "Off."
Press MENU to retu:cn to
normal rV viewing.
operating
One-Key
Play
Make sure there is a tape in your VC]_L
Turn on your TV and press PLAY. The TV will automatically
switch to the input or channel you use to watch a video tape
and the VCR will begin playing the tape.
Important:
E>Important:
62
If there is no tape in your Mitsubishi
VCR, the TV will still ,;witch
to the input or channel when you press P:[__Y, however this input
or channel may remain blank.
One-Key Play will turn on selected models of Mitsubishi VCRs, but
only if a tape is in the VCR. One-Key Play _ill not turn on the TV.
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Using
video
mute
(CS-27309
only')
When you use the video mute function, your TV will display a blue
screen when it is receiving a very weak cha:anel or is tuned to a
channel that is not broadcastiag
in your area.
If you wish to watch
mute set to off.
a weak channel,
SLEEP
TIMER
VIDEO
ADJUST
AUDIO
SELECT
CLOSED
CAPTION
LANGUAGE
.* SET UP
you should have the video
O
Press MENU. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
O
Press ADJUST • or • or
CHANNEL A x/to move the
next to "Set Up."
cursor
O
Press
ADJUST
• or VOLUME.
The Set Up menu will appear.
O Press
ADJUST • or • or
CHANNELAv
to move the
next to 'Wideo Mute."
cursor
AIR/CABLE
MEMORIZE
CH
ADD/DELETE
CH
SUPERQUICKVIEW
ONE-KEY
PLAY
VIDEO
MUTE
O
Press ADJUST • or VOLUME.
The scree_ will show the Video
•Mute Mer_u.
O
Press ADJUST • or VOLUME
to turn _n or off the Video
Mute.
O
Press
normal
VIDEO
MENU
to return
to
TV viewing.
MUTE
:OFF
Using the Advanced
Features
63.
Using
the
Picture-in-Picture
(PIP)
mode
(CS-27309
only)
One of the special features of this TV is the Picture-in-Picture
(PIP)
mode, which allows you to view two different sources at the same
time. In this section you'll learn:
• Activating
the PIP image
• Selecting
the input
• Exchanging
• Changing
• Moving
• Freezing
DImportant:
64
for the PIP iraage
the PIP image
the channel
in the PIP image
image
or main
image
the PIP image
the PIP image
You must have a VCR connected
action pictures when using PIP.
Chapter
and the main
3: Operating
Your TV
to the TV 1;osee two different
live
Activating
the
PIP
image
O Select tile number of tb:e TV
channel you want to view.
INPUT1
SUB:
08
O
Press the PIP button, tlhe small
PIP image will appear on the
screen. Tile display SUB: and
a channel number, or INPUT1,
or INPUT2 will indicate which
source the PIP picture is using
(either the same channel as the
main pict_:re, or Input 1, or
Input 2).
O Press PIP once again to cancel
the PIP ir_.age.
[:>Important:
When the main image is black and white, the PIP image
appear in black and white.
[_ Important:
If you move the PIP image and then turn it of]', it will appear
the new position the next time :you activate the PIP image.
Selecting
the input
for the PIP
may also
in
image
By itself, your TV can show only the same picture in the PIP iraage
as it is showing tbr the main picture. In order to see a different
channel or picture in the PIP image, you will need to use your VCR
(or other equipment)
that is connected to either one of the inputs
(INPUT1 or INPUT2).
You must also select this input with the
remote control.
ii¸ _
- ..._
.._
I;
¸_- _ _i
p;p
O Select the :first channel
TV.
on the
\,
O Turn on your VCR and select
the second channel.
Activate
pressing
I
Using the Advanced
Features
the PIP image by
tk..e PIP button.
65
Selecting
the
input
for the
PIP image
(cont.)
O Press tile PIP INPUT button to
change the PIP image to the
input that shows your VCR's
picture, INPUT1 or INPUT2.
The display will show SIYB: and
the sdected input to confirm
your setting.
DImportant-
If you select a new PIP input and then turn offthe PIP image, the
new input will show the next time you activate PIP.
Exchanging
the PIP
image
and
the
main
image
When the PIP image is coming from your VCR and the main image
is the channel you selected on the TV, you raay wish to exchange or
swap these images.
-Kzzzzy
O Press the EXCHANGE
on the r,_mote control
button
O Press the EXCHANGE
a second[ time to return
button
the
original
O8
SUB:
66
Chapter
3: Operating
INPUT1
Your TV
main image.
INPUT1
SUB:
08
Chan .ging the
mare _mage
channel
in the PIP
image
or' the
O Use the VCR CH button to
change the channel of the
image provided by the VCR.
Use the CHANNEL buttons
change the TV's channel.
Moving
the PIP
to
image
The PIP image can appear in
any of the four corners of the
screen. T_ move the PIP
[
:image,
button
image
corner
order•
[:>Important:
press the POSITION
repeatedly.
The PIP
wiK move from corner to
in a counter clockwise
If you move the PIP image and then turn it off, it will appear
new position the next time you activate the :PIP image.
Freezing
in the
the PIP image
0 When the
activated,
button to
in the PIP
PIP image has been
press the FREEZE
show a frozen picture
box.
Press the FREEZE button
again to return the image to a
"live" pictuIe.
Using the Advanced
Features
67
.
4
Troubleshooting
CHAPTER
Even though you're now familiar with the basic and advanced
operations
of the TV, you may run into trouble from time to time as
you become accustomed
to the TV. This chapter offers solutions to
some of the common problems you may encourZer. We suggest that
you consult this chart before contacting a Mitsubishi
service
representative.
69
Troubleshooting
Possible
Problems
The remote
control
doesn't
work.
• You can't access
or adjust
a channel
the volume.
You can't see a different
channel in the reduced PIP
image. (CS-27309
only)
•
(cont.)
Solutions
For
More
Information
Check that the batteries
are
fresh and installed correctly.
See "Getting ready to use
the remote control" in
Chapter I for an explanation
of how to install batteries
in
the remote control.
Check that the select switch
is set to "TV."
Sec_"Remote
control
buttons
and fanctions" in Chapter
which explains where the
select switch is located.
Be sure that you are
pointing the tip of the remote
control toward the TV from a
distance of no more than 20
feet.
See "Getting ready to use
the remote control" in
Chapter 1, which contains
pointers for using the remote
control.
If a menu or video adjustment display is showing,
press MENU or wait to
return to normal TV viewing.
The CHANNEL i"v
and
VOLUME/xv
fu.nctions are
no1; available while the menu
or video adjustment
displays
are showing.
Use the PIP INPUT button
to change the source of the
PIP image.
•
See ":Using the Picture-inPicture (PIP) modes" in
Chapter 3.
•
See "Selecting the input
source" for an explanation
about changing the input.
Make sure you have a second
source, such as a VCR,
turned on and connected to
your TV.
You cannot see a picture
when you play a tape iriithe
VCR.
70
1,
If you connected your VCR
with A/V cables, use the
INPUT button to select the
input source that the VCR is
connected to.
Chapter
4: Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Possible
Problems
•
(cont.)
For
Solutions
More
Information
On-screen displays appear
each time you adjust a
function.
This is part of the normal
operation of the TV.
See "Understanding
the OnScreen Displays" in Chapter
3 for a full explanation
of
the on-screen displays.
There's no sound even
when the volume is turned
Check that MUTE
up.
The TV may be set to
"second audio program"
(S.A.P.).
See "Remote control bur_tons
and functions" in Chapter 1,
whiclh explains the location
and thnction of the MUTE
button.
The sound doesn't
image
match
on screen.
There is a large black
rectangle on the screen.
the
isn't on.
•
Check that "Speaker"
function is set to "On."
•
See "Selecting
Chapter 3.
the sound" in
•
The TV may be set to
"second audio program"
(S.A.P.).
•
See °Selecting
Chapter 3.
the sound" in
The TV has been set to
"text" mode, but there is no
text information
being
broadcast.
•
See "Using the closed
caption decoder" in
Chapter 3.
Troubleshooting
71
Caution
,Warning:
care
Don't leave stationary
images on-screen for more than 10 minutes.
[_hese images can scar the picture tube, causing permanent
damtge to the TV. Some examples of stationary
images are:
•
•
•
•
°
L>Important:
and
stock-market
reports
station logos (especially bright ones)
video game displays
shopping channel displays
the television's own on-screen displays
If you plan to place speakers next to the _[_, make sure they are
magnetically
shielded.
Ordinary speaker,_ vrill cause distortion in
the picture due to their strong magnets.
_._his distortion, however,
will not harm the picture tube.
For maximum enjoyment and safe operation of your Mitsubishi
Color TV, please read the "IMPORTANT
S_.FEGUARDS"
carefully
and apply them properly.
Cleaning
Normally,
TV clean.
light dusting
with a non-scratching
duster
will keep your
If you want to wipe down your TV, turn it off and unplu£; it. Then,
wipe it gently with a soft cloth slightly moistened with water.
You can add a few drops of mild liquid detergent
to the water for
oily dirt.
DO NOT allow liquid to enter
DO NOT use strong
or abrasive
DO NOT use spray liquids
the TV through
Chapter
4: Troubleshooting
slots.
cleaners
or cleaners
DO NOT scrub or rub the qW"harshly.
72
the ventilation
directly
on the TV's surface.
Wipe gently.
Calling
for service
If you have a problem with your TV that you cannot correct, consult
your Mitsubishi dealer or Mitsubishi Authorize d Warranty
Service
Center.
DO NOT
adjust
DO NOT remove
any controls
the protective
not described
in this owner's
gTaide.
back cover of this unit.
If you see one of the following displays on youx _,_creen, you should
not change any settings. These are special displays used by the
factory.
S02
45
46
P06
09
46
If one of these displays appear, turn the TV off and then on again.
If the display appears again when you turn oa l:he TV, consult your
Mitsubishi
dealer or Mitsubishi .Authorized Warranty
Service
Center.
Troubleshooting
73
Index
A
A button ................... 15, 17,
A/V Receiver,
operating with remote 38,
A/V reset ........................
49,
adding channels ..................
adjust buttons ......... 15, 17,
adjusting the picture ..........
advanced features ...............
antenna
44
39
50
48
45
49
56
connecting
............ 22, 24, 25
terminal ............................
20
audio
adjusting
..........................
buttons .............................
connecting
system ............
in/output terminals .... 12,
layer ..................................
select .................................
51
17
31
20
35
51
B button ................... 15, 17,
back panel ...........................
batteries, installing
............
brightness ......................
49,
buttons, remote control ......
44
20
13
50
15
B
C
C button ................... 15, 17,
cable box
codes .................................
connecting
.................. 23,
operating with remote .....
•calling for service ................
CC (closed caption) ......... 6,
changing channels ..............
channels
44
adding ...............................
changing ...........................
controls ................. 12, 15,
deleting ............................
memorizing
......................
c].eaning TV .........................
closed captions ................ 6,
color ...............................
49,
color temp ......................
49,
compact disc player
operating with remote 38,
48
42
16
48
46
72
52
50
50
74
37
28
37
73
52
42
39
connecting your TV .............
connections
antenna ................ 22, 24,
audio system ....................
basic .................................
cable ............... 22, 23, 25,
cable box ..................... 23,
UHF/VHF .........................
VCR ............................
contrast
.........................
21
25
31
21
28
28
24
25, 28
49, 50
D
D button .................. 15, 17,
deleting channels ................
display button ......... 15, 17,
displays, on-screen ..............
DVD layer ...........................
DVD player
operating with remote .....
44
48
55
55
35
35
menus ..................................
mono ....................................
mute button ................... 15,
mute, _4deo ..........................
45
51
16
63
N
number
buttons
...... 15, 16, 43
O
on-screen displays ...............
on-screen menus .................
on/off ....................................
one hu:._dred (100) button
...........................
15, 16, 43,
one-key play ........................
operating your TV ...............
ovemdew
back panel ........................
front panel ........................
remote control ..................
55
45
40
59
61
33
20
12
13
E
enter button .................. 15, 17
espafiol ................................
46
exchange button ............ 15, 17
F
features ...........................
6, 56
freeze button ................. 15, 17
front panel ...........................
12
I
important
safeguards
........... 3
input
button ................... 15, 16, 41
selecting ...........................
41
Inputl, Input2 .............. 41, 55
installing batteries
............. 13
L
language, selecting .............. 46
laserdisc player
operating with remote 38, 39
M
memorizing
channels .......... 46
menu button ............ 15, 17, 45
Index
P
panel, 1.¥ont ...........................
pause button ................. 15,
picture, adjusting .................
picture-in-picture
(PIP)
actiw_ting ..........................
buttons ................. 15, 17,
changing channel,_ ............
exc:hanging ........................
freez!ing ..............................
movilag ...............................
selecting input ..................
position button ............... 15,
power lmtton ............ 12. 15,
probleras (troubleshooting)
progn'amming channels ........
12
17
49
65
65
67
66
67
67
65
17
16
69
46
Q
QuickView
button .................... 15: 16, 44
usi:ag ..................................
44
TM
U
R
rear panel ............................
record button ................. 15,
remote control
buttons ................. 15, 16,
codes ...........................
36,
sensor ...............................
setting up .........................
using .....................
13, 15,
20
17
17
37
12
35
35
S
safeguards,
important
.......... 3
satellite box
codes .................................
37
operating with remote ..... 37
SAP ................................
51, 55
select switch ............ 15, 16, 35
service, calling for ............... 73
sharpness
......................
49, 50
sleep timer ...........................
57
sound, selecting ................... 51
speaker ..........................
51, 72
stereo .............................
51, 55
SUB display .................. 55, 65
SuperQuickView
buttons .......................
15, 17
using ...........................
44, 58
S-video input terminal
....... 20
UHF/VHF
antenna
............................
connecting ........................
unpacking
'IW ........................
47
24
7
V
VCR
button,_ .............................
codes .................................
layer .................................
operating with remote .....
VCR-CH button ............. 15,
video adjust .........................
video input terminals
... 12,
video mute ...........................
17
36
35
35
17
49
20
63
video settings ......................
49
volume controls ....... 12, 15, 16
TM
T
timer, sleep ..........................
57
tint .................................
49, 50
troubleshooting
................... 69
TV
connecting ........................
19
layer .................................
35
operating ..........................
33
turning on/off ................... 40
unpacking
..........................
7
TV/VCIUDVD/AUDIO
switch
.................................
15, 16, 35
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