Audiovox AV-970 Operating instructions

Flat-Cinema-TV 40“
40 TK 81
Operating Instructions
Thank you
Dear customer,
thank you for choosing a Metz product.
Before using the TV set for the first time, you should read these operating instructions carefully.
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Contents
1.
Standards
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2.
Safety Notes
3.
Overview
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3.1 Scope of Delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
3.2 Connections
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3.3 Keys and Functions of the Remote Control . . .9
4.
Putting into Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
4.1 Unpacking and Positioning
4.2 Wall Mounting
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4.3 Connecting and Switching On . . . . . . . . . .14
4.4 Using the TV Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
4.5 Basic TV-Menu Settings
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4.6 First-Time Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
5.
Day-to-Day Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
5.1 Switching On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
5.2 Adjusting the Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
5.3 Adjusting the Picture
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5.4 TV Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Teletext . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
5.5 PC Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
5.6 Operation with External Devices . . . . . . . . .25
5.7 Special Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
6.
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
7.
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Code List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Local Controls
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1. Standards
This monitor is an information-technology device and complies with the following directives and standards of the
European Union:
• 89/336/CEE dated 3 May 1989 with subsequent modifications (Directive 92/31/CEE dated April 1992 and
Directive 93/68/CEE dated 22 July 1993)
• 73/23/CEE dated 19 February 1973 with subsequent modifications (Directive 93/68/CEE dated
22 July 1993)
• EN55022, EN55024, EN61000-3-2/-3 (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
• EN60065 (Safety Requirements).
The compliance with the requirements of these standards is certified by the markings applied to the device.
2. Safety Notes
In order to avoid the risk of injuries and accidents during normal use, you should read and comply with the following safety notes. Incorrect installation or connection of the monitor could result in damage to the monitor itself
and to other devices connected to it. Observe the warnings on the monitor and in these operating instructions.
Never allow children to operate electrical equipment without supervision.
General information
The monitor you have purchased complies with the highest quality requirements in this sector and has been
inspected for pixel faults in accordance with the strict standard ISO 13406-2, Fault Class II. In spite of the extreme
care taken during manufacture, its is still possible, for technological reasons, that a few pixels do not function correctly.
Please note that such pixel faults cannot be regarded as a sufficient reason for warranty claims as long as they do
not exceed the limits laid down in the above-mentioned standard.
Under certain circumstances, there may be some hum on the sound channel of the monitor. This normally originates from the main voltage and may be caused by connecting the earthing wires of different devices together. You
can prevent it by connecting a so-called sheath-current filter between the incoming antenna cable and the antenna
input to the monitor. Such filters, which look like a small adapter, can be purchased from your local dealer.
For technical reasons, the monitor may also generate some noise, but this may not exceed the value shown in the
device specification.
If your monitor is connected to an external antenna, this antenna must be earthed to prevent electric shocks and to
discharge any static electricity which may be generated. The earth connection must comply with the applicable
national regulations.
Ambient conditions
Never use the monitor in ambient conditions which do not comply with the technical data shown at the end of these operating instructions.
Use of the monitor under other conditions can result in electric shocks, fire or failure of the monitor.
Protect the monitor against moisture. This includes continuous high relative-humidity values, water in the immediate vicinity, water dripping or splashing from other objects and rain. Do not place objects filled with water, such as
flower vases, on the monitor. When connecting an external antenna, take care that no water can enter at the point
where the antenna cable passes through the external wall.
When installing the monitor, allow it to adapt itself to the temperature in the room in which it is installed. If moisture condenses on the monitor, allow it to evaporate completely before switching on.
If this is not done, there is a risk of electric shocks and irreparable damage to the monitor.
Protect the monitor against high temperatures. Do not expose it to direct sunlight. Do not install it close to fires,
radiators or other sources of heat. Take care that the heat generated by the monitor can be dissipated: do not
block the ventilation slits. Ensure that there is sufficient space between the ventilation slits and other pieces of furniture (above and below the monitor and on both sides). Do not allow curtains or drapes to hang over the monitor.
If this is not done, the monitor may overheat and may even catch fire.
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Mains connection and operation
In order to safely disconnect the monitor from the mains supply, turn off the main power switch and remove the
mains cable from the outlet socket. Connect the monitor only to a correctly installed and earthed mains outlet sokket. Make sure that the mains voltage matches the value specified in the technical data of the monitor. Ensure that
the mains plug and the outlet socket can be reached easily at any time.
Non-compliance with the above may result in electric shocks, fire or failure of the monitor.
Lay the mains cable so that nobody can trip over it.
If the monitor falls from its table or mounting bracket, persons may be injured and there may be irreparable
damage to the monitor.
Use only the mains cable supplied with the monitor. Take care that it is not damaged and do not make any modifications to it. Never use a damaged mains cable. If the mains cable or the plug is damaged, the monitor may not
be used, since there is a risk of electric shock, fire or failure of the monitor.
Never touch the mains switch or the mains cable with wet hands. This could result in an electric shock.
Never remove the mains plug from the outlet socket by pulling the cable. Avoid laying the cable in the vicinity of
hot objects, since this could result in fire or electric shocks.
Before leaving the monitor unattended for a long period, or in the case of a thunderstorm, remove the mains plug
from the outlet socket and remove the plug of the antenna cable from the antenna socket as a precautionary measure to prevent fires and the risk of electric shocks.
Always switch off the monitor and the signal source before connecting them together in order to prevent electric
shocks and injuries.
Faults
If the monitor or its mains cable is damaged in any manner, immediately disconnect the mains cable from the outlet socket.
You should also immediately disconnect the mains cable from the outlet socket if you notice smoke, unpleasant
smells or unusual noises emanating from the monitor. The same applies if there is no picture on the screen when
you switch on the monitor or during normal operation. Never attempt to continue using the monitor under these
conditions.
Never attempt to open or repair the monitor. There are no components inside the monitor which you can repair or
replace. In the case of a fault, consult your local dealer.
Cleaning and care
Incorrect use and cleaning can cause irreparable damage to the monitor. You should therefore observe the following instructions for the cleaning and care of the monitor.
Handling:
Take great care when handling the screen surface.
Avoid all possible mechanical damage which could result from shocks, pressure, scratches, etc.
Do not touch the screen with sharp or hard objects.
Keep the screen clean.
Care and cleaning:
Before cleaning the monitor, switch it off and disconnect the mains cable from the outlet socket.
The screen may be cleaned only with a dry soft cloth (such as a microfleece duster). If the screen is very dirty, it
may be cleaned with a soft cloth moistened slightly with water. Take care that no water or other liquids drips into
the monitor, since this can damage it.
Immediately disconnect the mains cable from the outlet socket if foreign objects, such as water, other liquids, metal
objects, etc., fall into the monitor. Never attempt to insert objects of any kind into the monitor and never place
your hands inside the monitor, since this can result in an electric shock.
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Batteries
If swallowed, batteries can cause serious injuries. For this reason, keep batteries out of reach of children. If someone swallows a battery, consult a doctor immediately.
Remove exhausted batteries immediately from the remote control, since they may leak and damage the remote
control.
The batteries enclosed with the monitor may not be recharged, reactivated by any means, taken apart, thrown
into a fire or short-circuited.
Exhausted batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations.
Other important notes
Note that the monitor is still connected to the mains voltage when it is switched to standby mode. In order to
disconnect it completely from the mains voltage, move the mains switch to the position "O" and/or disconnect the
mains cable from the outlet socket.
For ergonomical reasons, it is not advisable to use red or blue fonts or other symbols on a dark background, since
the resulting low contrast can result in eyestrain for the user. Wherever possible, select a high-contrast display
such as black text on a white background.
In order to avoid eyestrain, the recommended viewing distance is about five to six times the screen diagonal
dimension. The illumination in the room should be bright enough to permit reading. If the room is too bright, the
screen contrast will be reduced. If the room is too dark, rapid changes in the brightness of the screen display can
strain your eyes.
If you wish to connect external loudspeakers, make sure that these comply with the technical data of the loudspeaker output. If the external loudspeakers are too small, the loudspeakers and/or the integrated amplifier may be
damaged.
The packing materials used for the monitor are suitable for recycling. When they are no longer needed, dispose
of them accordingly.
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3. Overview
The TFT monitor offers a multitude of connections for external devices such as personal computers, DVD players,
video recorders, video cameras, etc.
Regardless of whether the pictures come from the TV receiver, a video recorder or a PC, they are displayed with
high resolution and free of distortion on the absolutely flat screen. The screen display is extremely bright and
unusually brilliant. Other important features of the monitor are the large size of the screen, with an aspect ratio of
15:9, and the very flat design.
For the reception of TV programmes, a terrestrial antenna, a SAT receiver or a cable receiver is needed.
The monitor is operated interactively with the aid of the enclosed remote control and the on-screen display (OSD),
also called the menu. This can be used to make various settings for optimum picture quality.
An innovative cooling system permits the operation of the TFT monitor without the need for noisy fans. The monitor
is thus just as quiet as a conventional TV set and ideal for use in living rooms and conference rooms.
Features
• High-quality aluminium case
• Fan-free design
• Screen diagonal 100 cm
• 15:9 aspect ratio
• Viewing angle, horizontal/vertical 170 degrees
• Digital comb filter
• Compatible with PAL, SECAM and NTSC
• Compatible with VGA, SVGA, WXGA, XGA and SXGA
• Teletext
• Automatic programme identification
• Sleep timer
• 2 x SCART connectors
• 1 x S-Video (mini DIN)
• 1 x Cinch (FBAS video (CCVS))
• 1 x DVI (I) (analogue and digital)
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3.1 Scope of Delivery
Immediately after receipt, inspect your new TFT monitor for possible transport damage and check that all parts
have been delivered. The supplier can accept your claims for transport damage only if you inform him of this
before putting the monitor into service for the first time. If anything is missing, please call our service hotline. Keep
the packing materials for re-use if you have to transport the monitor again.
Standard scope of delivery
1 x TFT monitor
Standard accessories in accessory box
1x remote control
2x batteries LR03
1x mains cable, 2.5 m long
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3.2 Connections
Mains switch
SCART 2 – e.g. for connection of a video recorder
S-VIDEO (Y/C) – e.g. for connection of a camcorder with S-Video connector
SERIAL - RS232 interface for service purposes
PC DVI-I - PC input connector (RGB for analogue signals, DVI for digital signals).
If your PC has an analogue VGA output, use the enclosed video cable DVI-I to
15-pin HD-Sub for connecting it to the monitor.
AUDIO IN PC – e.g. for connection of an audio signal from a PC with line-out connector
OUT LINE – e.g. for connection of an audio amplifier or a DVD receiver
OUT SPEAKERS – sockets for external loudspeakers
(The loudspeaker output provides a power of 2 x 7W sinusoidal into 4Ω.)
AUDIO IN CVBS – e.g. for connection of a camcorder to the Video-In socket
AUDIO IN S-VIDEO - e.g. for connection of a camcorder to the S-Video socket
ANTENNA – socket for the TV antenna signal (terrestrial antenna or cable outlet)
CVBS - e.g. for connection of a camcorder to the Video In socket
SCART 1 - e.g. for connection of a satellite receiver
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3.3 Keys and Functions of the Remote Control
Before you can control your TFT monitor with the remote control, you must plug it into a mains socket and switch it
on with the mains switch.
The infrared remote control will operate correctly only if there are no physical obstacles between it and the infrared sensor located at the bottom of the front side of the monitor. The maximum range of the remote control is
about 7 metres.
It may happen that the monitor cannot receive the signals from the remote control, or that the range of functions is
greatly restricted, although there are no obstacles in the way. In such cases, please reduce the distance between
the monitor and the remote control.
As the batteries become weaker, the range of the remote control will be reduced. In such cases, fit new batteries in
the remote control. Use only dry batteries of the type LR03 AAA 1.5 V.
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Selection key for two-digit programme-position
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OFF (standby)
Direct selection, video mode
Direct selection, PC mode
MONO/STEREO changeover
Aspect-ratio switching
Numeric keys 1 -9, 0
P+ / P- programme step
Open TV menu
Volume adjustment, Cursor left/right key
Volume adjustment
TV: freeze frame; TT: page hold
Mute
TV: display time
PIP (picture in picture, PC mode only)
SELECT: selection key for external AV devices
TV mode (back to TV picture from, for example,
DVD, PC, etc.)
numbers
Teletext: next subject
Teletext: next chapter
Open station table
Teletext: 1 page forwards
Memory – save menu settings
Teletext: 1 page back
23 Info key for display of station logo and sound mode
24 Open/close Teletext
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3.3 Keys and Functions of the Remote Control
Programming the remote control for the individual devices
Before you can control your AV devices with the remote control, you must enter a three-digit code number in each
of the various operating levels of the remote control.
• TV (TV set)
The TV control level is already programmed for this Metz TV set. No other code can be entered.
• VCR1 (video recorder 1)
VCR 2 (video recorder 2)
DVD player
HiFi (amplifier, tuner, tape deck, etc.)
The remote control must be programmed with the appropriate code numbers, as shown in the code list.
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See the factory settings and the code list at the end of these operating instructions.
Programming the codes for VCR and DVD
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After execution of the steps a). . . c), you have about 15 seconds to enter the code. After this,
the TV automatically returns to the TV level.
a) Use the Select key to select the desired operating level. The LED for the selected level lights.
b) Press and hold the keys
und --/- on the remote control until the LED blinks twice.
c) Enter the desired code (see the code list) with the numeric keys. If the code is accepted, the LED again
blinks twice. If you have entered an invalid code, the LED lights once for about 2 seconds.
Programming the codes for CD player, tuner and tape deck
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After execution of the steps a). . . c), you have about 15 seconds to enter the code. After this,
the TV automatically returns to the TV level.
a) Use the Select key to select the desired operating level. The LED for the selected level lights.
b) Press and release the
key and then press and hold the key:
--/for a CD player
F
for a tuner (radio)
M/S
for a tape deck (cassette player)
until the LED blinks twice.
c) Enter the desired code (see the code list) with the numeric keys. If the code is accepted, the LED again
blinks twice. If you have entered an invalid code, the LED lights once for about 2 seconds.
Programming the code for a HiFi amplifier
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After execution of the steps a). . . c), you have about 15 seconds to enter the code. After this,
the TV automatically returns to the TV level.
a) Use the Select key to select the HiFi operating level. The HiFi LED lights.
b) Press and release the
key and then press and hold the M/S key until the LED blinks twice.
c) Press the --/- key. The LED blinks once.
d) Enter the desired code (see the code list) with the numeric keys. If the code is accepted, the LED again blinks
twice. If you have entered an invalid code, the LED lights once for about 2 seconds.
Searching for the code
Proceed as described above for VCR, DVD, CD, tuner, tape deck up to the point where the code number is to be
entered. Now enter "001" as the code for the search operation. The LED then blinks twice as an acknowledgement of the input. Press and hold the Search key (which depends on the operating level; see the table) until the
search stops or the TV is switched off (a STOP or OFF command is automatically generated every 1.5 seconds).
Release the Search key and press the Select key to confirm the selection (the code which was found is saved).
After completion of the search, or after all code numbers have been interrogated, the related LED blinks five times.
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Determining which codes are already programmed (read-out mode)
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After execution of the steps a). . . c), you have about 15 seconds to enter the code. After this,
the TV automatically returns to the TV level.
a) To determine which code is programmed for an operating level, first execute steps 1.1 a) to b).
b) Then enter the code 002 with the numeric keys. The LED blinks twice to acknowledge the input.
c) Press numeric key 1 to display the first digit of the code. The LED blinks to display the digit (example: LED blinks
three times – the digit 3 is programmed).
d) Press numeric key 2 to display the second digit of the code. The LED blinks to display the digit (example: LED
does not blink – the digit 0 is programmed).
e) Press numeric key 3 to display the third digit of the code. The LED blinks to display the digit
(example: LED blinks seven times – the digit 7 is programmed).
The code previously programmed for this level is thus 3 0 7.
If you lose count of how many times the LED blinks, start again at step 2c).
Key
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VCR 1/ 2
DVD
Stand-by
Stand-by
AV - input
Repeat
Record
Return
HiFi
C D ( F 1)
TUNER (F2)
AUX input
AUX input
Subtitle
F3 & ON: tape input
F3 & ON: tape input
Audio
F2 & ON: Tuner
Num. keys: select programme
Numeric keys: select title
Programme +/–
Cursor up/down
Menu
Menu / Enter
Fast forward / rewind
Cursor left/right
Volume +/– TV
TAPE (F3)
ON: Display Time/Track ON: Radiotext on/off
ON & AV, EIN:on/standby ON & AV, Ein: on/standby
AUX input
F2 & ON: Tuner
Num. keys: select title Num. keys: select progr.
Titele +/–
Programme +/–
Volume +/– TV
Volume +/– AMP
Volume +/– AMP
Volume +/– AMP
Pause
Pause
PAUSE
Mute TV
Mute TV
Select operating level
Select operating level
F1 & ON: CD
F1 & ON: CD
Switching voltage on/off
Title
Select operating level
Select operating level
Time in display
Angle
Frequenz +/–
Select operating level
Skip –
Skip +
Slow-motion
EJECT
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PLAY
STOP / Search
STOP / Search
INFO, TV set*
INFO, TV set*
PLAY
STOP / OPEN-CLOSE / Search Numeric key =Search
INFO, TV set*
INFO, TV set*
Search
INFO, TV set*
Display
*) Available soon: when the TV set is on, hints for the selected
operating level are displayed.
Note:
The assignments of the remote control keys to the device functions are valid only for the AV devices programmed in the factory. If other AV devices are used and programmed as shown in
the table, the assignments may differ and/or restrictions may
apply.
Search:
Execute the programming procedure for VCR, DVD, CD, tuner,
tape deck up to the point where the code number is to be entered. Then enter the code number "001" for the search function.
The LED blinks twice. Press and hold the Search key (depends
on the operating level, see table) until the TV stops or switches
off (an OFF or STOP command is automatically generated every
1.5 seconds).
Release the Search key and press the Select to confirm the selection, The selected code is saved.
Reset:
Execute the programming procedure for VCR, DVD, CD, tuner,
tape deck up to the point where the code number is to be entered. Then enter the code number "000" for the reset function.
The LED blinks twice. All codes have now been reset to the factory settings.
The reset is executed simultaneously for all operating levels,
regardless of the level from which the operation is executed.
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4. Putting into Service
Switch off all devices, including the TFT monitor, before making any connections between them.
4.1 Unpacking and Positioning
Selecting the installation position
Viewing direction
• Although the TFT monitor has a very wide viewing angle, the picture will be best if you view it directly from the
front. You should therefore adjust the position of the monitor to match the most frequently used viewing direction.
Position
• Reflected light
Avoid positioning the monitor directly opposite windows or other light sources
• Access to the mains input
The mains input and the mains switch should be easily accessible at all times.
• Ventilation
Ensure that there is a space of at least 10 cm, above and below the ventilation openings, between the monitor
and any other pieces of furniture, walls, etc.
• Ambient temperature
For safe and reliable operation, the ambient temperature must lie between 5°C and 35°C.
Unpacking
☞ Place the cardboard box upright on a firm surface. The arrows on the ends of the box point to the top of the
box.
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☞ Remove the adhesive tape from the top of the box and fold the top flaps of the box outwards.
☞ Remove the two polystyrene corner blocks and remove the accessory box. The accessory box is located at one
end, on the rear side of the monitor.
Before removing the monitor from its box, assemble the table-foot1), the wall bracket1) or the glass console1) and place it in the intended installation position.
Never attempt to lift the monitor on your own, since this can cause injuries. Always obtain assistance
from a second person when removing the monitor from its box.
☞ Never stand the monitor directly on its base, since the infrared sensor is mounted there and will be
damaged.
4.2 Wall Mounting (possible only with the wall bracket 1))
Non-compliance with the following instructions can result in serious injuries to persons and/or irreparable damage to the monitor.
The TFT monitor may be mounted only on a vertical wall, using the wall bracket1).
Always obtain assistance from a second person when installing the wall bracket and placing the
monitor on it.
• Take great care when installing the wall bracket, since it must not only support the weight of the monitor but also
withstand vibrations, shocks, etc.
• Before installing the wall bracket, check the thickness and stability of the wall. Purchase suitable metal screws
and wall plugs from a DIY shop. We recommend using screws with a diameter of 8 mm.
• The wall must be solid (made of normal bricks, lime sand bricks or concrete) and capable of supporting the
weight of the monitor.
• For walls made of other materials, such as wood, and for hollow walls, have the wall bracket installed by an
experienced handyman.
Wall mounting with the wall bracket 1)
• The wall bracket1) consists of two vertical metal strips, connected together by horizontal strips, and provides the
connection between the monitor and the wall.
• A drilling template can be found in the accessory box. Use this template to drill the necessary holes and secure
the wall bracket to the wall. The manufacturer recommends using screws with a diameter of 8mm.
• Note that the monitor will sink by about 19 mm, compared with the position of the bracket, when it is mounted
on the bracket.
• After installing the bracket, check that it is securely mounted.
• After the bracket1) has been installed, you can hang the TFT monitor on it.
☞ There are four mounting studs on the back of the monitor. Insert all four studs into the large round openings in
the wall bracket and lower it so that the studs slide into the U-shaped slots.
Glass console
Mounting stud
Wall bracket
Table foot
1)
Accessory
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4.3 Connecting and Switching On
Connecting (see the picture on page 8 for an overview of the connections)
☞ Insert the mains cable into the input socket on the monitor and plug the other end into an outlet socket.
• Cable outlet or terrestrial antenna
If you have a cable outlet or a terrestrial antenna,
connect it to the socket ANTENNA.
• Satellite receiver
If you have a satellite receiver, use a SCART cable
to connect it to the socket SCART 1 or SCART 2.
• PC
To connect your PC to the TFT monitor, use the PC DVI-I socket. If your PC
has an analogue VGA output, use the enclosed cable (DVI-I to 15-pin HDSub) to connect it to the monitor.
On some older PC graphic cards, pin 9 of the connector may be
blanked off. If this is the case, please contact your local dealer.
Preparation
• Remote control
☞ Open the battery compartment on the back of the remote control and insert the two batteries supplied with the
monitor (type LR03 Micro AAA). Observe the battery polarity shown on the bottom of the battery compartment. Close the battery compartment again.
Switching on
☞ Set the mains switch on the back of the monitor to the
position "I". The monitor is now in standby mode
and can be switched on with the remote control.
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☞ Switch on the monitor by pressing the TV key or one
of the numeric keys on the remote control.
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• Satellite receiver
☞ Switch on your satellite receiver and press the AV key on the remote
control to switch on the monitor. Note that you may have to press the
AV key several times, depending on the SCART socket to which your
receiver is connected.
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☞ Switch on the monitor by pressing the PC key on the remote control
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To do this, press the MENU key on the remote control to open the TV
menu of the monitor and select the desired input signal in the submenu INPUTS > SOURCE.
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4.4 Using the TV Menu
You can set up and operate your TFT monitor with the aid of the simple menu control system. This is done with six
keys on the remote control:
M
M key
Saves any changes you have made.
P - key
Moves upwards in the TV menu. The selected sub-menu or function is marked with a different coloured
background. If functions are displayed as values or bars, you can increase the value with this key.
P - key
Back to the previous menu. Exit from the currently selected sub-menu or function.
MENU - key
Opens the TV menu. The main menu is displayed at the top left corner of the screen. Pressing the MENU key
again closes the TV menu.
P - key
Activates the selected sub-menu or function. The selected menu item is displayed on a green background and
can be changed.
P - key
Moves downwards in the TV menu. The selected sub-menu or function is marked with a different coloured
background. If functions are displayed as values or bars, you can decrease the value with this key.
Saving changes
Any changes you have made in the TV menu are saved by pressing the M key on the remote control (see picture
above) or by closing the TV menu.
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4.5 Basic TV-Menu Settings
Menu language
Your monitor can display the TV menu in any of six languages (German, English, French, Italian, Dutch or
Spanish). To change the preset language, open the main menu and select the menu item SETUP. In the sub-menu,
activate the menu item LANGUAGE and select the desired language:
Changing the menu properties
To change the display of the TV menu or the time it remains displayed if you make no further entries, open the
main menu and select the menu item SETUP.
Info signal source:
On: an information window is displayed whenever you change the signal source.
Off: no information is displayed.
OSD settings:
Wait time: 5, 10,15 seconds or Off (close with MENU key).
Transparent: OSD semi-transparent (On) or not transparent (Off)
ECO mode/standby
Logo display does not function on model 040TK81.
Sync-signal evaluation (for PC input only)
Options: the monitor does not switch itself off automatically (Off) or switches automatically after a few minutes to
standby mode (On).
Resetting to the factory settings
If desired, you can reset all changes you have made in the TV menu to the original factory settings. To do this,
open the main menu and select SETUP. In this sub-menu, activate the menu item USE FACTORY SETTINGS.
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4.6 First-Time Settings
Automatic station search
• Press the TV key to switch on the monitor.
• Press the MENU key (8) to open the TV menu.
• Use the cursor key to move to the sub-menu "Inputs".
• Use the cursor key to select "Setup".
• Use the cursor key to move to the sub-menu "Settings".
• Use the cursor key to move to the sub-menu "Auto. Search".
• Use the cursor key to move to the settings for the "Auto. Search".
• Set the TV standard, if necessary, by using the cursor keys and to select the desired standard and pressing
the cursor key to accept it.
• Set the search mode:
a. All stations: the search places all receivable stations in the station table and sorts them.
b. New stations: the search adds all stations which are not yet in the station table and sorts them.
Use the cursor key to move to "Search mode" and press the key to activate it. Then use the cursor key to
select the desired search mode and press the cursor key to accept it.
• Define the starting position: use the cursor key to select "First programme position" and activate it with the key. Then enter the desired first programme position with the numeric keys 0-9.
• Start the search: use the cursor key to select "Start search" and press the cursor key to start the search.
• The tuner now searches for stations, places them in the station table and sorts them. The search can be stopped
at any time by pressing the red key.
• After completion of the search, the monitor is set to programme position 1 and the station table is closed.
• You can open the station table with the white key.
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4.6 First-Time Settings
Sorting the TV stations
Note: before sorting the station table, you should delete any stations you do not need!
1. Press the TV key to switch on the monitor.
2. Press the MENU key to open the TV menu.
3. Use the cursor key to open the sub-menu "Inputs".
4. Use the cursor key to select "Settings".
5. Use the cursor key to open the sub-menu "Settings".
6. Use the cursor key to select "Sort".
7. Use the cursor key to open the sub-menu "Sort".
ARD
ARD
___
ZDF
BR3
RTL
SAT1
RTL2
PRO7
VOX
KABEL
WDR
Green key: Select a station. Current: 99 Menu: Close
Blue key: Insert an empty programme position
Yellow key: move selected station to selected position
8. Select the station you want to move with the cursor (white field) and confirm your selection with the green key.
As a check: see the station number after "Current".
9. Use the cursor keys to select the desired new position for this station and press the yellow key to move the previously selected station there.
10. Repeat steps 8 and 9 for any other stations you wish to move.
11. When sorting the station table, it may be useful to insert an empty programme position with the blue key.
12. When you are finished, press the MENU key to exit from the sort function.
Deleting stations
1. Press the TV key to switch on the monitor.
2. Press the MENU key to open the TV menu.
3. Use the cursor key to open the sub-menu "Inputs".
4. Use the cursor key to select "Settings".
5. Use the cursor key to open the sub-menu "Settings".
6. Use the cursor key to select "Delete".
7. Use the cursor key to open the sub-menu "Delete".
8. Deleting stations:
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4.6 First-Time Settings
9. Deleting a single station: select the station to be deleted with the cursor key and press the red key to delete it.
10. Deleting several contiguous stations: select the first station you want to delete and press the green key. Then
select the last station you want to delete and press the yellow key.
Press the blue key to delete the entire block of stations.
11. When you are finished, press the MENU key to exit from the "Delete stations" window.
Changing the station names
If your TFT monitor can determine the station name from the TV signal, this name is saved at the selected programme position. If the station name cannot be determined, the number of the programme position is saved in the
programme position (e.g. PR02).
To change the saved station names, proceed as follows:
• Use the cursor key or to select the menu item "Name".
• Press the cursor key to select the first character of the name.
• Use the cursor keys or to scroll through the character set until the desired character appears at the selected
character position.
• Press the cursor key to move to the next character of the name.
• Repeat the above three steps until you have entered the desired name.
Note that the name may not be longer than five characters.
PC mode
Selecting the signal input
• Press the PC key on the remote control to switch on your monitor.
• Press the MENU key on the remote control to open the TV menu.
The menu item "INPUTS" is coloured.
• In the sub-menu "SOURCE", select the appropriate signal input [PC (RGB) or PC (DVI)].
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4.6 First-Time Settings
Auto-adjust function
The first time an analogue video format (RGB) is used, the TFT monitor automatically executes the auto-adjust function. While this is running, the display on the screen moves back and forth slightly in order to determine the optimum position and display format.
For some PC formats, the H/V (horizontal/vertical) position and the picture size have to be adjusted
manually. The auto-adjust function depends to a great degree on the picture being displayed. The best
results will be obtained with a full-screen display of a plain white picture.
You can save frequently used formats as so-called user formats. The monitor recognises such saved formats and
immediately uses them automatically without executing the auto-adjust function. To do this, proceed as follows.
• In the main menu, select the menu item "INPUTS" and then open the sub-menu "SETTINGS".
• Activate the menu item "User formats".
• Use the menu item "CALL" to determine the currently selected user format. Now you can save this user format in
one of the eight available positions by executing the menu item "SAVE".
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5. Day-to-Day Operation
5.1 Switching On and Off
Switching on
• Turn on the power for the TFT monitor by setting the mains switch to the position "I".
OFF
• The standby LED on the infrared sensor lights (red).
• Press any of the numeric keys or the "TV" key on the remote control to switch
the monitor to TV mode.
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• The ready LED on the infrared sensor lights (blue).
TV
Switching off
• Press the OFF key on the remote control to switch the monitor back to standby mode.
–/––
AV
F
PC
M/S
• The standby LED on the infrared sensor lights (red).
• To completely switch off the TFT monitor, set the mains switch to the position "0".
5.2 Adjusting the Sound
Adjusting the volume
• Press the – (Vol -) or + (Vol +) key on the remote control to set the volume to the desired level.
Display of the current volume setting
Volume when the monitor is switched on
Sound settings
With the menu item "EQUALIZER", you can select predefined sound settings.
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To make your own individual settings, select the option "USER".
Mute function
• Press the
key on the remote control. The sound is muted and the following info window is displayed on the
screen for about three seconds:
TUNER: 2 ZDF
MUTE
• To switch the sound on again, press the
key again or press the – (Vol -) or + (Vol +) key on the remote
control. The following info window is displayed on the screen for about three seconds:
TUNER: 2 ZDF
STEREO
5.3 Adjusting the Picture
You can adjust the contrast, brightness, sharpness and colour of the picture to any desired values.
• Press the key to increase the value or the key to decrease it.
• The setting "SHARPNESS" permits you to adjust the sharpness of the picture.
• The menu item "COLOUR" (not available in PC mode) permits you to change the colour intensity:
Hue (available only for an RGB input signal via Scart1)
If you wish to change the hue of the picture delivered via the AV programme position "Scart1", select the menu
item "Hue". Pressing the cursor key will make the picture greener, and pressing the cursor key will make it
redder. In this case, the colour control has no effect.
DNC (Digital Noise Control)
In the case of a very noisy signal, the background noise can be reduced with the DNC function.
Photo CD (not available in PC mode)
The appearance of still pictures such as JPEG photos from a DVD player can be optimised by setting "Photo CD"
to ON.
Interlace
When using signal sources which generate non-interlaced signals, better results may be obtained by setting this
function to OFF.
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Aspect ratio
You can use the menu item DISPLAY > FORMAT > ZOOM to select one of several pre-defined aspect ratios.
The menu item USER ZOOM permits you to define your own user aspect ratio. To activate this setting, select the
menu item ZOOM and then USER ZOOM.
• Fullscreen
If this setting is selected, the width and height of the picture are adjusted so that the picture always fills the entire
screen.
• Video 4:3
This setting displays a PAL 4:3 picture with the correct aspect ratio. Dark bars are visible at the left and right
edges of the screen.
• Auto
Wide-screen pictures are automatically displayed so that they fill the screen.
• Video NLS (Non Linear Scaling)
With this setting selected, the width and height of the picture are automatically adjusted to fill the entire screen,
but the expansion is not linear. In other words, the centre part of the picture is displayed correctly but the outer
parts are expanded to an increasing degree towards the edges of the screen.
• User zoom
With this setting, you can define your own aspect ratio within the range of 40% to 140 % of the original picture
size.
• Zoom
Switching manually from the aspect ratio Video 4:3 to zoom expands the picture vertically and horizontally by
about 20% more than the fullscreen display. This reduces the dark bars which appear at the top and bottom
edges of the screen when watching a widescreen film transmitted in the aspect ratio 4:3.
• Video 16:9
This setting displays a PAL 4:3 picture so that no dark bars are visible at the left and right edges of the screen.
☞ You can switch between the various aspect ratios by repeatedly pressing the
F
key on the remote control.
5.4 TV Mode
The TFT monitor is in standby mode.
• To switch it on, press the TV key on the remote control.
• The station (programme position) you were watching when the monitor was last switched off now appears on
the screen and the following info window is displayed for about 3 seconds:
TUNER: 2 ZDF
STEREO
• Press the P or P key to step to the next or previous programme position, respectively.
• You can also select a programme position directly with the numeric keys (or with the preselection key and the
numeric keys for two-digit programme position numbers).
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Teletext
There are three types of Teletext information which can be received with the TFT monitor:
FLOF (Fasttext), TOP-Text and Level 1.5.
• Select a station which transmits Teletext.
• Press the TEXT key on the remote control to display the Teletext information.
• Use the numeric keys for direct selection of the desired Teletext pages.
• Depending on the type of Teletext being received, the red, green, yellow and blue keys have different functions.
These functions are shown at the bottom of the Teletext window.
• To close the Teletext window, press the TEXT key on the remote control again.
Displaying Teletext subpages
Subpages are the individual pages of a multiple Teletext page.
• Select the desired Teletext page (e.g. ARD Teletext, Page 743).
• Press the -/-- key .
• Enter a four-digit number (e.g. 0004) to select the desired subpage.
• If the desired subpage is not displayed within a short period, press the MENU key to return to the
TV programme.
• When the desired subpage has been found, its number is displayed at the top left corner of the screen.
• To display the selected page, press the MENU key again.
5.5 PC Mode
• Ensure that the TFT monitor and the PC are both switched off.
• Connect your PC to the TFT monitor with the enclosed video cable, inserting the DVI plug into the monitor and
the HD-Sub plug into the PC.
• Switch on the TFT monitor and the PC.
• In the menu item "INPUTS-> SOURCE", you can select the appropriate input signal from the PC:
a) analogue RGB-Signal: select PC(RGB)
b) digital DVI signal: select PC(DVI)
When the TFT monitor is switched on, it automatically detects the picture format which is set on the PC. This information is shown in an Info window.
RGB-1024 x 768
Fullscreen
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5.6 Operation with External Devices
Video recorder
• Ensure that the TFT monitor and the video recorder are both switched off.
There are three ways of connecting a video recorder to the TFT monitor:
- via the antenna input (see the operating instructions for your video recorder);
- with a SCART cable connected to input SCART1 or SCART2;
- via the Y/C input if your video recorder has an S-Video output.
• Switch on the TFT monitor and the video recorder.
• To switch to the input where your video recorder is connected (such as SCART1), press the AV key several times.
SCART 1
Fullscreen
DVD player
• Ensure that the TFT monitor and the DVD player are both switched off.
• Connect your DVD player to the SCART1 socket or, if the player has an S-Video output, to the Y/C input.
• Switch on the TFT monitor and the DVD player.
• To switch to the input where your DVD player is connected, press the AV key several times.
SCART 1
Fullscreen
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5.7 Special Functions
Manual station search
1. Press the TV key to switch on the monitor and press the MENU key.
2. Use the cursor key to open the sub-menu "Inputs".
3. Use the cursor key to select the sub-menu "Settings" and press the key to open it.
4. Use the cursor key to select the sub-menu "Manual search" and press the key to open it.
5. Use the cursor key to open the settings for the "Manual search".
6. Select the programme position:
Use the cursor key to select the desired programme position and press the key to activate it. Alternatively,
enter the number of the desired programme position with the numeric keys.
7. Select the TV standard:
If necessary, use the cursor keys and to select the TV standard and press the key to confirm your selection.
8. Frequency: Use the cursor key to select the frequency and press the key to activate it. Alternatively, enter
the desired frequency with the numeric keys.
9. Name: You can enter a name for the programme position. To do this, use the cursor key to select "Name"
and press the key to activate it. Use the key to select the desired character and press the key to move to
the next position. When you are finished, press to accept the input.
10. Press the MENU key to exit from the manual search.
11. You can display the station table by pressing the white key on the remote control.
Colour temperature
You can select one of three pre-defined colour temperatures or use the menu item COLOUR TEMPERATURE >
USER to define your own value.
A lower colour-temperature value increases the red component of the picture and makes it look "warmer". Higher
values increase the blue component of the picture and make it look "colder".
User
Freeze frame
You can freeze on the current frame by pressing the II key or with the menu item FREEZE FRAME.
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Picture-in-picture
The picture-in-picture (PIP) function permits you to display a video picture in a small window while displaying
signals from a PC.
• The menu item "Picture-in-picture" can be found in the menu INPUTS > SOURCE > PC(DVI) / PC(RGB) and is
used to select the source of the picture in the small window. The PIP key is used to activate the function.
☞ Press the PIP key to display the picture from the input selected under DISPLAY > PICTURE-IN-PICTURE >
SOURCE (such as the tuner) in a window within the currently displayed picture.
• If there is no signal connected to the selected input, a dark window is displayed in the current picture.
• You can change the size and position of the window by repeatedly pressing the PIP key.
Tuner
SCART1
SCART2
YC
FBAS
Automatic power-off
You can set the TFT monitor so that it switches itself off after a certain time.
☞ Select one of the pre-defined times in the menu item POWER-OFF TIME.
• The TFT monitor will switch itself off automatically after this time.
Off / 0:30 / 1:00 / 1:30 / 2:00 / 2:30
Switching between dual-language channels and between MONO and STEREO
Dual-language sound is the term for the method used to transmit films with a synchronised sound channel and the
original sound channel. The viewers can then select which of these they want to hear.
When a dual-language programme is received, sound channel A is initially active.
☞ To switch to channel B, press the M/S key.
When receiving a MONO programme, you can switch from MONO to PSEUDO-STEREO.
TUNER: 2 ZDF
Mono
Press the M/S key
TUNER: 2 ZDF
Pseudo Stereo
When receiving a STEREO programme, you can switch from STEREO to STEREO WIDE.
TUNER: 2 ZDF
Stereo
Press the M/S key
TUNER: 2 ZDF
Stereo wide
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6. Troubleshooting
If a problem occurs while you are using the TFT monitor, please read the following fault symptoms and try out the
suggested remedies before sending the monitor in for repair. In some cases, you can rectify the fault easily.
If, for example, the mains cable of the monitor is not plugged into an outlet socket, or if there is some problem
with the antenna, you might assume (incorrectly) that the monitor itself is faulty.
If the following suggestions do not rectify the fault, switch off the monitor with its mains switch and
disconnect the mains cable from the outlet socket. Never attempt to repair the monitor yourself. Under
no circumstances should you remove the rear cover of the monitor.
F
Temperature warning
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If the TFT monitor gets too hot, a red warning window is displayed at the top left
corner of the screen (see illustration on the left). If you do not provide the appropriate ventilation, the monitor may automatically switch to standby mode.
7. Technical Data
SCREEN
Size (diagonal):
Displayable picture size:
Resolution:
Colour display:
Viewing angle:
Contrast ratio:
Noise output:
39.6" (100 cm), aspect ratio 15:9
At least 862 mm (horizontal) x 517 mm (vertical)
1280 x 768 pixels
16.7 million colours simultaneously
170° (typical)
600:1 (typical)
≤ 30 dBA
VIDEO STANDARDS
TV / video:
TV tuner:
PALplus, Cinescope:
Aspect ratios:
PAL (BG, I, DK/K’, M, L/L’) / SECAM / NTSC
PAL / SECAM, 47 - 861 MHz (VHF, UHF, hyperband)
Automatic aspect-ratio detection (fullscreen display)
4:3, 16:9, Video NLS, fullscreen, zoom, user zoom (40% - 140%)
FREQUENCY RANGE (PC)
Horizontal frequency:
Vertical frequency:
Clock frequency:
Typical resolutions:
Frequency:
Typical resolutions:
Frequency:
Formats:
30 - 80 kHz
50 - 90 Hz
140 MHz (typical)
VGA (640x480)
SVGA (800x600) WVGA (848x480) XGA (1024x768)
50Hz - 90Hz
50Hz - 90Hz
50Hz - 90Hz
50Hz - 90Hz
WXGA (1280x768) SXGA (1280x1024) UXGA (1600x1200)
60Hz
50Hz - 75Hz
50Hz - 60Hz
and many more
1:1, fullscreen, full-format, zoom, user zoom
INPUTS / CONNECTORS / SYNCHRONISATION
PC/video input:
RBG analogue with automatic sync detection
Video connectors
TV Tuner:
IEC, 75 Ohm input impedance
SCART1/2:
RGB(1), composite-colour input and output,
audio input and output
Composite colour FBAS: RCA cinch
Y/C:
MiniDIN (HOSIDEN)
PC connector, analogue/digital: DVI-I
Audio connectors:
Stereo input:
3 x Cinch 1Vrms (FBAS, Y/C, PC),
2 x SCART 1 Vrms
Stereo output:
2 x cinch, adjustable
Stereo loudspeaker output: 2 x cinch, 7 W sin into 4 Ohms
Synchronisation:
Sync on green, composite sync with automatic detection,
separate H and V sync
Controls:
Mains switch, local controls, IR remote control (6-language TV menu)
OPERATING CONDITIONS
Temperature:
Relative humidity:
Altitude:
5°C - +35°C (operation), -20°C - +60°C (storage)
10% - 85% (no condensation)
max. 2,000 m (7,000 ft)
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
Mains voltage:
Mains frequency:
Power consumption:
230V AC
50/60 Hz
250 W (5 W in standby mode)
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
H x W x D:
Weight:
641mm x 972mm x 124mm
25 kg
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Code list
Codes Video
Metz VG61
Codes Video
532
VF21, VF44, VF46
VF61, VE21, VE43
VE44, VE45, VD21
VD43, VD44, VD45
VC21, VC43, VC44
VC62, 21VB11
42VB12, 21VA12
21VA13, 42VA11
64VA14, 9836,9837
9847, 9874, 9875
9876, 9877
Metz VF22, VF47
568
VF48, 9843, 9844
9849
Metz VH22, VH47
573
VH48
ACTION
ADMIRAL
ADVANTZ
ADVENTURA
ADYSON
AGHA
AIWA
AKAI
AKIBA
AKURA
ALBA
ALLORGAN
ALLSTAR
AMWAY
ANITECH
ART TECH
ASA
ASBERG
ASTRA
ASUKA
ASUKA
ASWO
AUDIO DYNAMICS
AUDIOSONIC
AUDIOTON
AUDIOVOX
AVIS
468
481
481
468
487
547
481
481
508
612
487
487
466
547
529
529
487
575
478
575
481
481
527
528
505
575
466
481
487
BAIRD
505
BANG & OLUFSEN
503
BASIC LINE
487
BAUR
513
607
BEAUMARK
547
BELL & HOWELL
468
BESTAR
466
BLACK PANTHER
616
BLAUPUNKT
491
527
610
BONDSTEC
466
BONDSTECBRANDT
505
BRANDT ELECTRONIQUE 503
BRAUN
570
BRIONVEGA
450
BROKSONIC
481
BRUNS
466
BUSH
588
CALIN
CALIX
CANDLE
CARRERA
CARVER
CGE
CIE
CIMLINE
CLARIVOX
30
481
481
481
547
527
505
487
487
606
481
487
547
481
547
505
482
546
562
483
554
505
588
593
490
529
481
528
572
484
575
477
505
609
CLASSIC
CLATRONIC
COLORTYME
COLT
CONDOR
CONTINENTAL EDISON
CRAIG
CROSLEY
CROWN
CROWN
CRYSTAL
CTC
CURTIS MATHES
CYBEREX
481
466
547
487
466
503
481
481
487
490
575
466
505
547
DAEWOO
DANSAI
DAWA
DAYTRON
DE GRAAF
DECCA
DECCAVIDEO
DENON
DIGITAL
DORIC
DTS
DUAL
466
487
575
466
529
528
528
527
477
601
547
503
530
505
468
487
DUEL
DUMONT
DYNATECH
ECONOMIC
EDISON
ELBE
ELCATECH
ELECTROHOME
ELECTROPHONIC
ELIN
ELTA
EMERSON
EPC
ESC
ETZUKO
EUROPHON
EXPERT
547
487
FERGUSON
FIDELITY
FINLUX
FIRST LINE
FISHER
FUNAI
616
547
GAB
583
547
609
565
612
GBC
GE
GEC
GELOSO
GITEM
GOLDHAND
GOLDSTAR
599
616
496
530
612
487
502
532
614
507
607
621
508
609
504
505
524
574
GRAETZ
GRANADA
GRANDIN
GRUNDIG
575
487
590
GOODMANS
490
593
GUTTRONIC
HANSEATIC
481
487
547
HANTAREX
HARLEY DAVIDSON
HARVARD
HCM
510
487
616
487
481
481
547
487
481
505
466
487
586
604
501
555
487
468
477
468
481
487
466
547
528
466
575
487
468
575
466
621
468
468
557
606
481
451
458
463
495
530
600
612
602
481
575
481
481
466
616
504
487
507
505
547
527
575
616
547
547
468
553
616
481
505
504
505
527
481
487
527
547
616
586
510
598
616
505
574
523
595
524
596
477
481
473
487
478
487
528
575
601
603
604
547
552
556
530
616
617
600
477
575
603
532
601
542
605
604
453
460
491
497
563
609
454
461
492
507
584
610
457
462
493
527
585
611
490
481
610
487
505
474
565
616
487
452
459
464
496
531
606
613
571
575
487
487
490
Code list
Codes Video
HEADQUARTER
HINARI
HINARIHITACHI
HITACHI
HYPSON
IMPERIAL
INGERSOL
INNO HIT
INNO HIT
INTERBUY
INTERDISCOUNT
INTERFUNK
INTERVIDEO
INTERVISION
IRRADIO
ITT
ITV
JENSEN
JETPOINT
JVC
JVC_LCD
KAISER
KAISUI
KAPSCH
KARCHER
KENDO
KENWOOD
KLH
KLIT
KODAK
KORPEL
KUBA
LEYCO
LG
LIESENKOTTER
LLOYD
LLOYD’S
LOEWE
LOEWE OPTA
LOGIK
LUXOR
LXI
MAGNADYNE
M ELECTRONICS
MAGNASONIC
MAGNAVOX
MAGNIN
MAGNUM
MANESTH
MARANTZ
MARQUANT
MARTA
MATRIX
MATSUI
MATSUSHITA
MEDIATOR
MEMOREX
MEMPHIS
MGA
MGN
MINERVA
MINOLTA
MITSUBISHI
MULTITECH
MURPHY
NAD
NATIONAL
NEC
NECKERMANN
NECKERMANN
468
487
475
481
535
487
510
509
510
616
481
575
468
601
466
487
481
450
466
505
575
503
545
515
575
487
600
575
483
468
481
487
481
487
473
487
578
575
481
601
481
481
487
468
601
468
575
547
470
481
481
581
487
491
487
481
481
486
586
527
527
468
487
547
547
606
477
477
609
477
466
601
547
507
504
450
493
509
528
611
509
476
485
601
477
503
603
Codes Video
478
505
604
530
NEI
NESCO
NIKKAI
NIKKO
NOBLIKO
NOKIA
575
547
575
487
527
603
565
604
575
487
468
481
575
483
606
505
504
505
519
600
NOVATRONIC
OCEANIC
OKANO
OLYMPIC
OLYMPUS
ORION
OTTO VERSAND
520
521
PAEL
PALLADIUM
601
603
505
487
504
505
510
565
487
606
491
491
509
478
575
527
547
483
477
481
481
507
547
582
487
527
528
490
565
509
601
560
610
481
547
609
610
612
505
612
481
481
519
487
527
547
487
575
505
469
496
510
541
616
547
576
470
505
512
565
517
518
547
547
QTY1
QUARTER
QUARTZ
QUASAR
QUELLE
566
561
PATHE MARCONI
PAXSONIX
PENNEY
PENTAX
PERSHIN
PHILCO
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS (F)
PHONOLA
PILOT
PIONEER
PRIMA
PROFEX
PROFILE
PROSCAN
PROTEC
PULSAR
PULSER
PYE
562
QUELLE
QUESTAR
RADIALVA
542
468
477
491
513
575
519
610
RADIOLA
RADIONETTE
RADIX
RANDEX
RANDIU
RANK/BUSH/MURPHY
RCA
REALISTIC
REDIFFUSION
REX
RICOH
ROADSTAR
ROYAL
575
487
466
481
606
450
489
516
553
601
504
574
575
483
487
466
507
481
538
589
527
512
575
612
606
481
508
600
503
547
477
477
606
481
481
529
550
568
624
491
527
481
477
505
487
547
477
487
481
468
565
592
468
481
507
450
470
478
496
505
512
529
599
610
616
466
481
527
601
497
481
481
601
477
468
601
503
481
481
466
468
503
517
554
603
505
602
470
504
518
557
604
515
483
505
547
567
500
521
489
601
604
509
558
591
474
513
599
616
531
559
536
560
537
561
493
541
609
620
496
544
610
621
508
565
611
487
527
601
505
491
532
623
505
533
507
549
481
527
547
507
491
530
563
575
625
565
527
507
547
564
620
547
528
548
565
621
575
527
547
490
539
481
483
547
481
575
547
547
527
459
471
484
497
508
513
541
604
611
621
488
510
551
600
503
524
575
529
461
474
487
503
509
519
565
606
612
547
464
477
491
504
510
528
575
609
614
487
575
604
527
481
481
483
547
547
547
617
505
487
487
31
Code list
Codes Video
SABA
SABA
SABA
SAISHO
SALORA
SALORA
SAMBERS
SAMEX
SAMSUNG
SANKY
SANSUI
SANWA
SANYO
SBR
SCHAUB LORENZ
SCHNEIDER
SCOTT
SEARS
SEG
SEI-SINUDYNE
SELECO
SENTRA
SETRON
SHARP
SHINTOM
SHIVAKI
SHOGUN
SHORAI
SICE
SIEMENS
SIEMENS
SILMA
SILVA
SINGER
SINUDYNE
SOLAVOX
SONOKO
SONOLOR
SONTEC
SONY
SR1000
STS
SUNWOOD
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TAISHO
TALENT
TANDBERG
TANDY
TASHIKO
TATUNG
TEAC
TEC
TECHLINE
TECHNICS
TECHNILAND
TECHNISAT
TEKNANT
TEKNIKA
TELEAVIA
TELEAVIA
TELEFUNKEN
TELEORDER
TELERENT
TELESERVICE
TELETECH
TENOSAL
TENSAI
THOMAS
THOMSON
32
499
515
574
486
467
516
606
547
510
487
487
509
468
577
527
450
477
527
569
581
481
468
487
509
503
466
466
468
487
481
547
509
609
459
469
481
494
495
525
610
575
481
487
509
466
575
601
481
506
599
547
477
487
527
481
509
609
623
468
528
505
505
466
487
527
575
563
575
481
503
505
500
521
547
505
609
487
487
481
547
499
503
521
601
509
468
517
504
524
603
575
470
547
575
505
575
469
586
Codes Video
505
540
THOMSON
THORN
483
THORN-FERGUSON
575
597
470
471
551
468
478
529
571
582
483
481
530
573
604
505
487
563
575
477
490
528
504
481
510
547
505
545
UHER
510
564
578
ULTRAVOX
UMA
UMA
UNITECH
UNITED
UNIVERSUM
UNIVOX
VICTOR
487
544
VIDEOMASTER
VIDEOPLUS
VIDEOSONIC
VIEWMARK
VIEWMAX
575
462
472
491
464
479
492
468
480
493
496
530
611
497
584
612
498
607
614
511
609
547
513
604
575
527
512
623
513
616
575
514
599
487
490
509
575
500
503
504
505
612
547
466
510
450
565
606
547
560
481
547
612
604
477
543
616
575
609
481
503
505
601
612
604
614
483
571
621
491
575
527
606
505
466
554
547
481
481
545
YOKAN
YOKO
481
547
ZENITH
481
565
487
490
Codes DVD-Player
204
239
214
254
256
CYBER HOME
223
247
DENON
216
243
248
230
263
253
262
255
222
232
238
HARMAN/KARDON
206
205
210
260
261
JVC
KENWOOD
212
231
263
GOLDSTAR
GRAND PRIX
GRUNDIG
515
594
527
547
EMERSON
GAME
505
579
505
487
487
466
510
D-i-K
DUAL
504
574
575
612
487
XR1000
YAMISHI
HITACHI
503
524
505
609
547
Cytron
532
226
505
604
487
Boxford
529
527
606
503
586
477
575
481
450
575
528
575
WEGAVOX
WELTBLICK
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE
WINSTON
WIZJA
WORLDVIEW
METZ
AKAI
BLUEsky
612
594
501
575
612
504
606
589
541
527
574
482
565
609
503
604
487
481
547
490
562
WARDS
612
461
470
486
487
TOKAI
TOSHIBA
TOTEVISION
TOWADA
TOWIKA
TRIAD
TRIX
TVA
524
474
542
606
501
601
481
474
481
487
487
575
481
466
208
270
200
263
215
219
246
KISS
LABWAVE
LG
LINN
LOEWE
MARANTZ
MbyN
MEDIENCOM
MEDION
MEGATON
218
271
241
221
240
219
272
201
228
236
530
609
Code list
Codes DVD-Player
MUSTEK
MYRYAD
256
269
NAD
NONAME
207
228
ONKYO
209
266
225
226
PANASONIC
216
219
235
203
228
267
220
236
204
273
274
227
237
249
268
SCHAUB LORENZ
SCHNEIDER
SEG
SHERWOOD
SILVA SCHNEIDER
SONY
SUNKAI
210
255
244
201
224
243
211
242
TECHNICS
TEVION
THOMSON
TOSHIBA
216
228
213
202
217
259
277
245
246
UNITED
YAMAHA
252
255
216
278
ORION
PHILIPS
PIONEER
PROLINE
SAMSUNG
257
248
Codes HIFI - CD
258
275
233
278
250
276
234
251
AKAI
AKKAI
AMSTARD
AMSTRAD
ARCAM
ASWO
815
856
856
957
929
908
909
BANG & OLUFSEN
BRAUN
BUSH
808
975
888
CAMBRIDGE
945
945
908
CAMBRIDGE AUDIO
CARVER
DAEWOO
DIORA
DUAL
876
801
899
949
822
FISCHER
830
GOLDSTAR
885
872
888
908
DENON
GOODMANNS
GOODMANS
GRUNDIG
HARMAN KARDON
905
853
INTERSOUND
960
937
HITACHI
ITT
JVC
816
857
940
PALLADIUM
871
827
861
881
851
915
908
825
864
866
918
909
826
922
870
911
850
923
PMG
PROTON
810
834
833
824
863
906
908
266
QUAD
908
965
234
RADIOTONE
958
911
829
910
818
908
951
966
968
860
840
873
927
960
979
984
989
800
943
867
874
885
891
919
841
885
928
972
980
985
868
888
929
973
981
986
813
944
868
875
886
969
869
876
887
970
872
880
889
971
843
898
945
893
932
895
990
896
991
916
993
917
918
872
908
952
966
854
855
933
941
962
933
963
264
817
872
942
ONKYO
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
265
RADMOR
REVOX
REVOX/STUDER
ROTEL
884
921
SABA
SAE
SAMSUNG
SANSUI
SANYO
SCHNEIDER
956
976
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SIEMENS
812
900
845
901
846
961
832
859
994
831
920
953
853
962
SINOTEC
SINOTEC (PEPSI-DOSE)
SONY
SUPERTECH
SYLVANIA
911
912
913
931
934
935
820
878
908
847
879
858
925
LUXMAN
908
924
964
946
METZ HE11
MARANTZ
MATSUI
MEDION
MERIDIAN
882
833
908
955
908
908
902
859
948
926
908
939
908
852
821
870
911
959
978
983
988
799
936
833
873
883
890
892
892
842
897
888
908
T+A
882
T+A ELECTROAKUSTIK 882
TECHNICS
809
950
TENSAI
954
THOMSON
823
UHER
849
LINN
OKANO
869
819
263
848
992
KRELL
947
908
930
938
888
802
807
805
844
904
KENWOOD
NAD
NAIM
NAKAMICHI
NOKIA
NONAME
NSM
909
804
Codes HIFI - CD
AIWA
908
908
972
908
955
803
263
229
MAGNAVOX
MICROMEGA
MINOWA
MISSION
MTC
903
877
963
UNKNOWN
814
869
979
995
YAMAHA
828
UNIVERSUM
806
965
862
869
892
955
977
982
987
847
974
Codes HIFI - Tape
967
AIWA
AKAI
934
AMSTRAD
ASWO
BANG & OLUFSEN
BRAUN
842
845
945
916
976
836
870
843
849
951
844
913
987
33
Code list
Codes HIFI - Tape
Codes HIFI - Tuner
BUSH
835
DAEWOO
DENON
840
970
900
850
841
971
879
972
891
DIORA
DUAL
907
834
892
899
837
851
935
936
FISCHER
893
894
985
998
GOLDSTAR
964
833
867
976
979
926
915
984
931
GOODMANNS
GOODMANS
GRUNDIG
HARMAN KARDON
HITACHI
980
ITT
918
919
JVC
KENWOOD
862
994
848
957
863
995
917
958
974
996
935
990
975
997
936
993
LINN
LUXMAN
888
876
889
877
884
989
METZ HE11
961
887
MARANTZ
922
999
NAD
NAKAMICHI
NOKIA
903
927
920
904
OKANO
948
846
959
949
847
960
856
PALLADIUM
944
928
921
853
939
929
976
854
941
982
980
855
942
ONKYO
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
RADMOR
978
860
977
SAMSUNG
883
897
985
930
866
873
947
839
890
923
880
950
955
865
968
REVOX
REVOX/STUDER
SANY
SANYO
SCHNEIDER
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SIEMENS
SONY
905
906
901
999
912
943
885
886
938
988
937
867
874
964
864
908
986
868
878
976
993
909
881
951
956
925
969
882
952
964
965
991
896
869
918
946
953
976
966
992
947
954
UNIVERSUM
868
950
875
886
895
YAMAHA
857
932
858
859
872
919
911
983
381
994
FISCHER
434
449
GOLDSTAR
GOODMANNS
GOODMANS
GRUNDIG
746
737
748
427
429
HARMAN KARDON
HITACHI
418
453
730
991
ITT
412
JVC
414
425
KENWOOD
417
994
439
LINN
LUXMAN
472
438
METZ HE11
MARANTZ
MINOWA
MISSION
743
450
409
426
NOKIA
NAD
NAKAMICHI
NONAME
410
459
419
748
OKANO
733
379
736
440
PALLADIUM
731
371
427
383
997
735
432
450
384
998
436
999
437
996
463
465
473
475
990
380
393
398
403
412
470
748
446
456
427
732
746
995
388
394
399
404
441
732
749
390
395
400
407
442
733
391
396
401
408
443
735
457
477
733
747
478
737
479
738
416
420
421
422
743
430
431
462
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
914
924
377
737
455
745
993
464
468
469
445
444
447
448
446
740
741
460
742
450
474
451
386
427
428
378
SAMSUNG
SINOTEC
SINOTEC (PEPSI-DOSE)
SONY
SUPERTECH
411
476
433
374
392
397
402
409
469
746
373
413
426
480
739
749
749
389
466
T+A
TECHNICS
TENSAI
THOMSON
405
387
406
382
UHER
UNIVERSUM
375
403
467
473
733
737
YAMAHA
385
415
435
454
992
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SIEMENS
947
424
REVOX
967
Codes HIFI - Tuner
34
423
REVOX/STUDER
RADMOR
ROTEL
910
981
376
734
452
744
427
739
372
991
DIORA
DUAL
458
371
471
461
370
SANYO
SCHNEIDER
961
898
AKAI
AMSTRAD
ASH
ASWO
DAEWOO
DENON
861
871
838
852
AIWA
369
748
ONKYO
T+A
TECHNICS
THOMSON
902
BANG & OLUFSEN
BUSH
Code list
Codes HIFI - Amp.
AIWA
AKAI
AMSTRAD
ASH
ASWO
777
753
785
776
793
BANG & OLUFSEN
BRAUN
BUSH
996
960
748
DAEWOO
DENON
DIORA
DUAL
770
751
988
835
952
FISCHER
985
754
813
986
766
829
Codes HIFI - Amp.
831
840
782
789
790
791
817
981
995
750
820
839
GRUNDIG
GOODMANNS
GOLDSTAR
794
749
779
795
766
804
782
HARMAN KARDON
760
751
823
HITACHI
ITT
827
JBL
JVC
821
792
975
816
819
KENWOOD
755
771
818
LINN
LUXMAN
794
810
795
845
954
METZ HE11
MARANTZ
MEDION
MERIDIAN
MINOWA
MISSION
774
794
785
795
978
799
795
798
NOKIA
NAD
NAKAMICHI
NIAM
NONAME
826
834
822
795
782
OKANO
763
772
765
982
PALLADIUM
783
991
PIONEER
PRO-LOGIC
761
764
805
793
798
757
957
808
794
803
758
994
795
992
795
QUAD
795
RADIOTONE
841
801
843
796
983
802
977
797
984
803
811
828
750
763
783
812
840
961
966
971
818
825
762
769
781
837
756
764
784
813
842
962
967
972
990
832
763
770
784
844
846
768
785
814
951
963
968
973
779
786
815
953
964
969
978
782
794
827
956
965
970
833
766
775
785
767
779
794
768
780
800
ONKYO
PALLADIUM/OKANO
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
RADMOR
REVOX
REVOX/STUDER
ROTEL
SABA
SAMSUNG
SANYO
SCHNEIDER
SCHNEIDER
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SIEMENS
SIEMENS
SINOTEC
SINOTEC (PEPSI-DOSE)
SONY
SUPERTECH
947
786
786
787
782
948
950
788
974
991
T+A
TECHNICS
TENSAI
THOMSON
774
805
958
980
959
806
836
976
993
UHER
UNIVERSUM
987
763
766
838
844
963
YAMAHA
752
809
824
830
979
955
796
797
798
35
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