BeoVision Avant
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Dear Customer
This guide contains additional information about the daily use of your
Bang & Olufsen product and connected equipment, and describes the
features and functions of your product in more detail. Among other things
you can find information about settings, how to operate your product with
a Bang & Olufsen remote control, and how to set up a wired or wireless
connection. We expect your retailer to deliver, install and set up your
product.
This guide will be updated on a regular basis to make it reflect, for example,
new features and functions introduced with software updates. When your
television receives new features and functions, you can also read about
them in the NICE TO KNOW menu under SETUP.
You can find additional information about your product in the Frequently
Asked Questions (FAQ) section on www.bang-olufsen.com/faq.
Your Bang & Olufsen retailer is your first stop for all your service queries.
To find your nearest retailer, visit our website …
www.bang-olufsen.com
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Contents – Click a headline to move to that section
How to use your remote control, 5
See how to use the remote control. You can
also use BeoRemote App to operate your
television.
Understanding the guide, 7
See how to use the illustrated menu
operations, how to navigate in menus and
understand the indicator light as a help for
you to get an optimal experience with your
Bang & Olufsen television.
Set up your television, 10
How to place and handle your television in a
correct way.
Maintenance, 12
See how to clean and maintain your
products.
Connections, 13
Connect your television and expand your
setup by connecting additional equipment,
such as a set-top box, a PC or a camera to
widen your source selection. If needed, you
can reset to default settings.
Set positions for the television to turn to,
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Preset positions for a motorised floor stand
or wall bracket to turn to in order to optimise
the experience for several viewing and
listening positions. You can also adjust the
tilt of a motorised table stand to avoid
reflections.
Set up additional equipment, 21
Register connected equipment via the
SOURCE LIST menu and download PUC
tables to operate non-Bang & Olufsen
equipment with your Bang & Olufsen remote
control. You can also remove PUC tables you
no longer wish to use.
Watch television, 23
Watch television, access source related
features, and turn the TV to different viewing
and listening positions to customise the
viewing experience to your preferences.
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound, 25
Make your television part of a surround
sound system to enjoy a fantastic sound
experience. If you want speakers in your
setup to be connected wirelessly, associate
the speakers to your television to not only
enjoy the sound but also the aesthetics of
wireless surroundings. You are encouraged
to create different speaker groups to
optimise the sound experience for different
listening positions, and you can set up sound
modes to suit different types of programmes
or sources.
Daily use of sound modes and speaker
groups, 29
Switch between different sound modes, such
as GAME mode, to optimise sound from your
surround sound system for different types of
programmes and sources. Switch between
speaker groups to optimise the sound
experience for different listening positions,
for example, one position in an open kitchen
for listening to NetRadio and another in an
armchair watching the TV source. Each
speaker group is customised for a specific
listening position.
Personalise the TV experience, 33
Save and restore a snapshot of the current
source, sound, and picture experience if you
would like to easily bring up the same
combination at another time. For internal
sources also the playing item may be stored.
Set up 3D television, 34
Make settings for how 3D television should
be activated for you to enjoy the experience
of watching 3D television when it suits you.
Watch 3D television, 35
Activate 3D television to obtain an
extraordinary immersive viewing experience.
Choose between modes to match the signal
from the programme provider.
See two sources at the same time, 37
See two sources at the same time, for
example, to watch another source during the
commercial break of a movie and at the
same time keep track of when the movie
starts again.
Operate additional equipment, 38
Operate connected equipment, such as settop boxes, DVD players or the like with your
Bang & Olufsen remote control, which
thereby offers you the opportunity to use
only one remote control for all sources in
your setup.
Adjust sound and picture settings, 30
Make sound and picture settings, such as
adjusting bass level or brightness, to suit
your preferences, and use picture modes
and formats to adapt to different types of
programmes and sources.
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NetRadio, 39
Browse, search and play back netradio
stations on your television to enjoy music
from radío stations worldwide.
Power settings, 48
Make settings for power consumption and
auto standby and reduce the start-up time of
the television.
WebMedia, 41
Navigate in web pages and add apps using
WebMedia. WebMedia enables you to use
Internet features on your television allowing
you to easily share web-related content, for
example, in the living room with your family.
The pin code system, 49
Use the pin code system to make the
television useless for people who do not
know the pin code, for example, if it has
been stolen and thereby been disconnected
from the mains for a specific period of time.
Spotify, Deezer and YouTube, 43
Access Spotify, Deezer and YouTube through
apps to enjoy a world of music and television
after your own choice.
Software and service update, 50
Update software and find information about
modules, for your television or your entire
Bang & Olufsen system to continuously be
equipped with the newest features and
functions.
HomeMedia, 44
Browse your photos and play back your
music and video files on your television.
Enjoy the contents of a storage device in
comfortable surroundings in the living room
with your friends. You can also stream
content from a computer or a smart phone.
Sleep Timers, 47
Make your television switch off automatically,
for example, if you wish to go to sleep to the
sound of music from a source in your setup
or if you want the television to switch off at
the end of a programme.
Network settings, 51
Set up a network and bring up network
information. A network connection allows
you to access different sources such as
NetRadio and WebMedia and take
advantage of software updates and other
features.
Distribute sound with Network Link, 54
Make link connections and integrate your
television with another product in order to
distribute sound to other rooms in the house
and thereby expand the possibilities of your
Bang & Olufsen system.
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Connect and operate an audio system, 56
Connect an audio system to your television
and operate an integrated audio/video
system to play music from your audio
system on your television or to send the
sound from your television to your audio
system.
Two televisions – with Network Link
connection, 58
Connect another television to your television
and operate an integrated video system to
be able to share sound between the two
televisions and, for example, listen to an
audio or video source from a television
placed in another room.
Operate two televisions with one remote
control, 59
Switch between two televisions and operate
both televisions with the same Bang &
Olufsen remote control.
HDMI Matrix, 60
Enter settings in the HDMI MATRIX menu if
you have connected an HDMI Matrix,
allowing you to connect a multitude of
external sources to a variety of televisions,
and operate these sources individually on
each television or simultaneously in several
rooms.
How to use your remote control
Your television can be operated with
BeoRemote One.
TV
The display shows you a list of sources or functions when it is switched on
TV
Display available video sources in the display for you to switch on. Use
list* 1
or
to step in the
MUSIC
Display available audio sources in the display for you to switch on. Use
list* 1
or
to step in the
LIST
Display extra functions in the display. Use
or
to step in the list
MyButtons. Long press to store the current setup, such as source, sound and picture
settings, short press to select it.
0–9
Select channels and enter information in on-screen menus
BACK
Move backwards through menus and the BeoRemote One list. Long press exits menus
completely
INFO
Bring up help texts and information on a menu or function
MENU
Bring up the main menu of the active source
Arrow buttons left, right, up and down , ,
BeoRemote One display
and . Move in menus and in the
Centre button used for selecting and activating, such as source selection and settings
Select colour specific functions
Start playback of a track or file
Search backwards or forwards step by step
Step through channels and stations
Pause playback of a track or file.
Adjust volume. To mute, press the middle of the button
Standby
*Some sources in the display can be
reconfigured during the setup process. For
more information, see page 21.
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For general information about remote
control operation, see the guide for your
remote control.
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>> How to use your remote control
BeoRemote App
iOS
Your tablet and your television must be on
the same network to use the BeoRemote
App.
BeoRemote App allows you to operate your
television with a tablet and is especially
useful for navigating in web pages or
applications using WebMedia.* 1 Both your
television and tablet must be on the same
network and WAKE ON WLAN/WAKE ON
LAN must be set to ON, see the television
POWER SAVING menu. This allows you to
switch on your television from standby
mode. Note that the standby power
consumption will increase slightly.
BeoRemote App integrates with your
television. However, it does not support all
BeoRemote One LIST functions.
Tap on the menu icon ( ) to open the
television menu. A free moving cursor
works as the BeoRemote One arrow
buttons. Tap in the middle to select a
setting. Swipe to the list options to activate
television functions.
To back up through menus, tap
.
To exit menus, hold
.
BeoRemote App has a short built-in guide
which describes basic functions (found
under SETTINGS).
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Note that first-time setup must be
performed using a BeoRemote One.
BeoRemote App requires that your television
is set up in a network.
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*BeoRemote App supports tablets with iOS
(most recent iOS version).
Understanding the guide
Quick guide and online guide
www
Together with your television you have
received a printed Quick guide introducing
you to the television.
The present online guide provides you with
a deeper knowledge about the television
and its many features and functions.
This menu hierarchy illustrates the path into
a menu where you can make different
settings. Press MENU on your remote
control and use the arrow button and the
centre button to select and open the menu.
When available, you can also press the
INFO button on your remote control to
bring up help texts.
Menu operation
MENU SETUP SOUND … Example of menu operation.
Remote control operation
To activate picture modes
directly …
Press to bring up PICTURE in
the BeoRemote One display
LIST
PIC TURE
Press to select a picture mode
1 – 4
Step between modes
Press to remove PICTURE
from the display
BACK
Where relevant, the remote control
operation will be shown.
– A dark grey button indicates a physical
button you must press.
– A light grey display text indicates a
BeoRemote One display text. Press LIST,
TV or MUSIC on BeoRemote One to bring
it up. The text appears in the
BeoRemote One display. The texts in
LIST, TV and MUSIC can be renamed and
you can hide texts you have no need for
and show texts you need. For more
information see your BeoRemote One
guide.
Example of BeoRemote One operation.
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–The centre button is symbolised by which is used in the operation sequences
when you must press the centre button.
>> Understanding the guide
How to navigate in menus
Navigate in menus and select settings using
your remote control. Pressing MENU brings
up the main menu, including a menu overlay
for the active source.
This guide is described with
BeoRemote One operation.
Display and menus …
Select source and settings.
Bring up video sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the television source to
be switched on
Bring up the main menu
CHANNEL LIST
TV
TV
MENU
CNN
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TV 2 NEWS
2
DISCOVER
3
CWNBC
4
BBCWORLD
5
…
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…
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SUPER CH
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…
Navigate in menus …
When a menu is on the screen, you can move
between menu options, reveal settings or
enter data.
0–9
Bring up a submenu or store a
setting
Select an option
Press to back up through
previous menus or press and
hold to leave the menu
BACK
Step between menu pages …
Some menus take up more space than
available on the television screen. This is
indicated by half a menu item at the bottom
or top of the screen. To easily step from the
top of a list to the bottom, press .
Step in pages
Scroll through menu items
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CINEMA
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Example of channel list. Selection must be
made using the centre button.
Highlight a menu or change a
setting
Enter data
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CRIME TV
>> Understanding the guide
Indicator light
Select source …
You can bring up a source by pressing the TV
or MUSIC button and select a source in the
remote control display, or you can select a
source via the television menu.
Bring up the main menu
Bring up help texts …
You can bring up help texts with
explanations of features and functions when
available in menus and submenus.* 1 General
features and functions are also explained in
the NICE TO KNOW menu.*2
MENU
Bring up the main menu
MENU
Standby indicator
The standby indicator placed to the right on
top of the television screen will provide you
with information about the television state.
(Solid green)
The TV is switched on, but there is no picture
on the screen.
Select SOURCE LIST
Bring up the SETUP menu
(Slowly flashing red)
The TV has been disconnected from the
mains supply and you must enter the pin
code. See page 49 for more information on
the pin code system.
Select a source
Select an option
Show or hide help texts
INFO
*For some languages, help texts are only
available in English.
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*Access the NICE TO KNOW menu from the
SETUP menu. You can read about basic
features and functions. When your television
receives software updates (requires Internet
connection), new features and functions will
be explained here.
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(Quickly flashing red)
Do not disconnect the TV from the mains
supply. Could be due to new software being
activated or too many failed pin code
attempts.
Set up your television
The television must be set up by
qualified service personnel
according to the guide for the
stand or bracket. The television
has several placement options.
Guidelines for placement and
connection must be followed.
To ensure proper ventilation, allow
enough space around the screen. At
over­heating (flashing standby indicator
and an on-screen warning), switch the
TV to standby, not disconnected from
the mains, in order for the TV to cool
down. You cannot operate the TV during
this time.
WARNING! Do not lift or otherwise move
your television physically when it is
mounted on the floor stand. It could
cause the television screen to break.
Contact your retailer.
Placement options
Handling
The TV has several placement options. Refer
to www.bang-olufsen.com for available
stands and wall brackets or contact your
Bang & Olufsen retailer. Depending on your
television size different stands are available.
Due to the weight of the TV, any moving or
lifting of the TV should be performed by
qualified personnel – using the proper
equipment.
The TV is not designed to stand on its own.
It must be supported until mounted. To
prevent injury, use Bang & Olufsen
approved brackets or stands only!
If your television is mounted on the table
stand, make sure it is placed on a table
that can handle the heavy weight of the
television and the table stand.
Wall bracket and stands
Set the maximum angle the TV will turn on
the motorised floor stand or wall bracket.
Remember to leave enough space around
the TV to allow it to turn freely. If your
television is mounted on the motorised
table stand, it can be slightly tilted to avoid
disturbing reflections. For more
information, see page 20.
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If the television is to be moved when
mounted on the floor stand, it must be
dismounted. Also, it is important that the
stand is set in TRANSPORT mode. When
placed in a new position, the stand must be
set up again. Bring up SETUP then STAND
to set it up again.
>> Set up your television
Overview
Locate the connection panel and other
important items:
1 Holes for mounting of a wall bracket.
2 Holes for mounting of a stand.
3 Covers for the main connection panel.
Slide the covers to the sides to reveal the
connection panel.
4 Easy access panel.
5 Standby indicator and room lights
indicator.
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4
2
3
3
Depending on your setup, different stand or
wall bracket covers may be used. See the
guide for your stand or wall bracket for
information on how to mount such covers.
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Run cables
Gather the cables from the upper and lower
part of the panel, fasten them with cable
ties and run them upwards or downwards
behind the cable holders depending on wall
bracket or stand placement. See the
illustrated example.
If you have a motorised stand or wall bracket,
make sure that there is enough slack in the
cables to allow the TV to turn to either side
or tilt before you fasten the cables with cable
ties to make a neat bundle.
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Maintenance
Regular maintenance, such as
cleaning, is the responsibility of the
user.
Screen
Use a mild window cleaning fluid and lightly
clean the screen without leaving streaks or
traces. Some micro-fibre cloths may harm
the optical coating due to their strong
abrasive effect.
Cabinet
Wipe dust off the surfaces using a dry, soft
cloth. To remove stains or dirt, use a soft,
damp cloth and a solution of water and mild
detergent, such as washing-up liquid.
Never use alcohol or other solvents to clean
any parts of the TV.
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Connections
The connection panel on your
television allows you to connect
a variety of extra equipment,
such as a DVD player or a music
system.
Equipment you connect to these
sockets can be registered in the
SOURCE LIST menu when you
press the red button. If the
equipment is not in the SOURCE
LIST, you must press the green
button to add it to the SOURCE
LIST first. For more information,
see page 21.
Before you connect any equipment to
your television, remember to disconnect
the television from the mains. Except
when connecting a source to the
HDMI IN or USB socket.
Depending on the type of equipment
you connect to the television, different
cables and maybe also adaptors are
needed. Cables and adaptors are
available from your Bang & Olufsen
retailer.
PL 1–5
Loudspeakers
Use Bang & Olufsen BeoLab speakers.
Cables are available from your Bang &
Olufsen retailer. You can also connect up to
eight speakers wirelessly. See page 25 for
more information.
To obtain the best possible wireless
connection, it is recommended to place all
wireless speakers within a range of
approximately 9 metres (29.5 ft) from the
television.
Do not place any obstacles in front of the
television or wireless speakers, as this may
interfere with the wireless connection. The
wireless speakers should be placed in one
room and be visible from the television. See
the guide for your speaker for information
about whether or not your speaker can be
connected wirelessly.
If you need to reset your television to default
settings, then bring up the REGIONAL
SETTINGS menu and select another country.
You will be asked to confirm the reset. All
settings will be deleted and you must go
through first-time setup, follow the onscreen instructions.
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Equipment with HDMI™ output
Equipment with HDMI output such as a settop box can be connected to any available
HDMI socket in the television. However,
HDMI 1 is recommended for UHD (Ultra High
Definition) sources. For more information on
how to set up connected equipment, see
page 21.
A configured source can be selected on the
BeoRemote One or in the SOURCE LIST. If
the television detects an unconfigured source,
you are asked to choose between doing
nothing, showing the source or configuring it.
Connected equipment can be operated with
its own remote control or you may download
a Peripheral Unit Controller (PUC) table, if
available, to use the Bang & Olufsen remote
control, see page 38.
>> Connections
Connection panels
PL 5
PL 4
MONITOR PUC 2
CONTROL A+B
PUC 1
A+B
EXT. IR
AV
IN
5
PL 3
PL 2
PL1
PUC 3 A+B
CTRL 2
CTRL 3
Equipment you connect permanently to the
main connection panel must be registered
in the SOURCE LIST menu by pressing the
green button and then for each source the
red button. Equipment connected to the
easy access socket panel can be registered
in the SOURCE LIST menu if you press the
green button, highlight a source and press
the red button. If a source is already
configured, you can simply highlight it in
the SOURCE LIST and press the red button
to change settings. For more information,
see page 21.
We recommend that you connect the
television to the Internet to be able to
receive software updates and to download
Peripheral Unit Controller (PUC) tables. PUC
tables enable you to operate connected
non-Bang & Olufsen products with your
Bang & Olufsen remote control.
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3
2
S/P-DIF
IN
STAND
1
CTRL 1
~ Mains supply
Connection to the mains supply.
PL 1–5 (Power Link)
For connection of external speakers in a
surround sound setup. See page 19 for more
information.
MONITOR CONTROL
For future use.
PUC 1–3 A+B
For IR control signals to external equipment
connected to an HDMI IN or AV IN socket.
Allows you to control non-Bang & Olufsen
equipment with your Bang & Olufsen remote
control.
EXT. IR
For future use.
HDMI IN (1–5)
The High Definition Multimedia Interface
allows you to connect many different
sources, such as set-top boxes, multimedia
players, Blu-ray players, or a PC. HDMI 1 is
recommended for UHD (Ultra High
Definition) sources.
AV IN
For connection of analogue video or audio
equipment. Different adaptors are needed.
Adaptors are available from your Bang &
Olufsen retailer.
S/P-DIF IN
Digital audio input socket, for example, for a
PC.
CTRL (1–2)
For future use.
USB ( )
For connection of a USB device to browse
digital photos, video or music files.
Connect the ~ socket on the main connection
panel of your TV to the wall outlet. The TV is
in standby mode and ready to be used.
The supplied plug and mains cord are
specially designed for the product. Do not
change the plug, and if the mains cord is
damaged, you must buy a new one from
your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
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>> Connections
Ethernet
For connection to the Internet. For software
updates, access to WebMedia, NetRadio and
PUC downloads.
Make sure the cable connection between the
product and the router does not exit the
building to avoid contact with high voltage.
It is strongly recommended that you set your
television to update system software
automatically, see page 50.
STAND
For connection of a motorised stand or wall
bracket. See page 20 for calibration of floor
stand or wall bracket.
Easy access socket panel
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HDMI IN (6)
HDMI IN connection of additional equip­ment.
You can also connect a camera or a game
console.
MIC
For connection of a calibration microphone,
to be able to calibrate connected speakers
automatically.
USB ( )
For connection of a USB device to browse
digital photos, video or music files via your
media browser (HomeMedia).
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MIC
Easily access the HDMI IN, microphone and
USB sockets.
>> Connections
Connect digital sources
Connect up to six external HDMI sources,
such as a set-top box, computer or game
console. All equipment connected to the
television can be configured, see page 21.
HDMI 6 is a socket for temporary
connection, see page 15.
Game console
PUC 2
A+B
Depending on the equipment you connect to
the television, different cables and maybe
also adaptors are needed. If you have more
than two types of equipment that need a
PUC socket, you must buy an extra PUC
cable. Cables and adaptors are available from
your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
PUC 1
A+B
Camera
Computer
EXT. IR
AV
IN
5
4
3
2
S/P-DIF
IN
1
PUC 3 A+B
CTRL 3
DVD/Blu-ray player
Set-top box
Example of connected digital sources.
Connect a set-top box
> Connect the cable to the appropriate
socket on the set-top box.
> Run the cable to an HDMI IN socket on the
television.
> To enable operation of the set-top box
with your Bang & Olufsen remote control,
connect an IR-transmitter to one of the
PUC sockets and attach it to the IRreceiver of the set-top box. See page 18 for
more information on IR-transmitters.
> Follow on-screen instructions to configure
the source.
Connect a game console
> Connect the cable to the appropriate
socket on the game console.
> Run the cable to an HDMI IN socket on the
television.* 1
> To enable operation of the game console
with your Bang & Olufsen remote control,
connect an IR-transmitter to one of the
PUC sockets and attach it to the IRreceiver of the game console. See page 18
for more information on IR-transmitters.
> Follow on-screen instructions to configure
the source.*2
Connect a DVD/Blu-ray player
> Connect the cable to the appropriate
socket on the DVD/Blu-ray player.
> Run the cable to an HDMI IN socket on the
television.
> To enable operation of the DVD/Blu-ray
player with your Bang & Olufsen remote
control, connect an IR-transmitter to one
of the PUC sockets and attach it to the IRreceiver of the DVD/Blu-ray player. See
page 18 for more information on IRtransmitters.
> Follow on-screen instructions to configure
the source.
Connect a camera
> Connect the cable to the appropriate
socket on the camera.
> Run the cable to an HDMI IN socket on the
television.* 1
> Follow on-screen instructions to configure
the source.
*You can also use HDMI IN 6 to connect
temporary sources. See page 15 for
placement of temporary sockets.
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*When selecting GAME CONSOLE as source,
the picture mode GAME is activated as
default setting. You can change this setting
temporarily in the PICTURE menu, see
page 31.
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>> Connections
Connect a computer
Before you connect a computer, you must
disconnect the television, the computer and
all connected equipment from the mains
supply.
Connect a computer
> Using the appropriate type of cable,
connect one end to the DVI or HDMI
output socket on your computer, and the
other end to an HDMI IN socket on the
television.
> If you use the DVI output socket on the
computer, use the appropriate cable and
connect the digital sound output on the
computer to the S/P-DIF IN socket on the
television to hear sound from the
computer in the speakers connected to
the television.
> Reconnect the television, the computer,
and all connected equipment to the mains.
Remember, the computer must be
connected to a grounded wall outlet as
specified in its setting-up instructions.
Connect an analogue source
You can connect one analogue source, such
as a game console or video tape recorder.
To configure equipment connected to the
television, see page 21.
Disconnect all systems from the mains
before you connect additional equipment.
Connect an analogue source
> Connect the cable to the appropriate
socket on the equipment you wish to
connect.
> Run the cable to the AV IN socket on the
television.
> Reconnect the television and the
connected equipment to the mains.
> To enable remote control operation of the
analogue source, connect an IRtransmitter to one of the PUC sockets and
attach it to the IR-receiver of the analogue
source. See page 18 for more information
on IR-transmitters.
> Follow on-screen instructions to configure
the source.
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Different adaptors and possibly also cables
are needed. Cables and adaptors are
available from your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
>> Connections
IR-transmitters
To operate non-Bang & Olufsen products
with a BeoRemote One or the BeoRemote
App, attach a Bang & Olufsen IR-transmitter
on your non-Bang & Olufsen product and
then connect it to one of the sockets
marked PUC on the connection panel.
Attach the transmitter near the IR-receiver
on the connected equipment to ensure
remote control operation. Before attaching
the transmitter permanently, check that you
can operate the equipment menus on the
television screen using BeoRemote One or
BeoRemote App.
When you set up the transmitter to a
selected PUC socket in the SOURCE LIST
menu, settings for the IR-transmitter are
made automatically. However, it is possible
to perform a manual setup of the socket if
alternative settings are required.
For an extra PUC cable, contact your Bang &
Olufsen retailer.
For information about download of
Peripheral Unit Controller (PUC) tables for
set-top boxes, see page 21.
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>> Connections
Connect speakers to the television
You can connect up to ten wired speakers
and subwoofers to the television using
Power Link cables.
In addition, you can connect up to eight
speakers wirelessly, including subwoofers.
For more information about setting up
wireless speakers, see page 25.
PL 5
PL 4
PL 3
PL 2
MONITOR PUC 2
CONTROL A+B
Front speaker
Disconnect all systems from the mains
before you connect additional equipment.
Depending on the type of speakers you
connect to the television, different cables
and maybe also adaptors are needed. Cables
and adaptors are available from your Bang &
Olufsen retailer.
PUC 1
A+B
EXT. IR
Front speaker
PL1
PUC 3 A+B
CTRL 2
CTRL 3
5
CTRL 1
Subwoofer
Rear speaker
Rear speaker
Example of a speaker setup.
Connect speakers
> Connect a Power Link cable to the
appropriate socket on the speakers you
wish to connect to the television.* 1
> Run the cables to available sockets
marked PL 1–5 on the television.
> Connect a Power Link cable to the
appropriate sockets on a subwoofer.
> Run the cable to an available socket
marked PL 1–5 on the television.
> Reconnect the television and the
connected speakers to the mains.
*Remember to set the switch for left and
right position on the speakers depending on
whether your speaker is positioned to the left
or right of your listening position.
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If you want to connect two speakers to one
PL socket on the television and it is not
possible to loop the cable between the
speakers, an extra splitter is needed, contact
your Bang & Olufsen retailer for more
information.
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3
2
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Set positions for the television to turn to
If your television is equipped
with the optional motorised floor
stand or wall bracket, you can
turn it using the remote control.
Furthermore, you can set the
television to turn automatically to
face your favourite viewing
position when you switch on the
television. It can turn to a
different position when you listen
to, for example, a connected
radio, and turn away to a standby
position when you switch it off.
You can also set up other stand
positions for other listening or
viewing positions.
If your television is equipped
with the optional motorised table
stand, you can set it to tilt slightly
in the STAND ADJUSTMENT
menu, for example, to avoid
disturbing reflections.
Preset standby positions
If your television is equipped with a
motorised floor stand or wall bracket,
choose one position for video mode, one for
audio mode, and one for standby. You can
also preset stand positions of your own
choice, for example, when you sit in an
armchair reading or when you sit at the
dining table.
MENU SETUP STAND STAND POSITIONS …
If you wish to store the current stand position
in an empty stand position field, you just
press the centre button when you have
selected the field. Then you can name the
stand position.
You cannot rename or delete the STANDBY,
VIDEO and AUDIO stand positions. Also you
cannot name fields where no stand positions
are set. Empty fields are shown by <…>. In
some languages, you must choose between
predefined names.
Bring up the STAND POSITIONS menu to
store, name or delete a stand position.
Calibrate the motorised movement
If your setup includes a motorised floor
stand or wall bracket, you will during firsttime setup be prompted to calibrate the
outer positions of the motorised movement.
For the floor stand this is done by entering
the distance from the stand to the wall,
follow on-screen instructions. The
motorised movement of the television will
not work until the calibration process has
been completed. If the television is placed
differently later on, for example, in a corner,
it is necessary to calibrate the motorised
movement again. See page 10 for
information about moving your television.
MENU SETUP STAND STAND ADJUSTMENT Depending on your setup, you can bring up a
menu for stand positions or wall bracket
positions.
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The calibration process allows you to set the
maximum angle the television will turn – left
and right.
Set up additional equipment
If you connect additional video
equipment to your television,
you can set up the equipment in
the SOURCE LIST menu when
you find the source and press the
red button.*1
When the television is switched
on and you connect additional
equipment to an HDMI IN socket,
the television will detect an
unconfigured source. A message
appears on the screen and you
can follow on-screen instructions
to configure the source.
Sources have default settings, for
example, sound and picture that suit
most situations but you can change
these settings if you wish. Select the
source, press the red button and select
the ADVANCED SETTINGS menu.* 1 Here,
you can also set a speaker group to be
activated when you select the source.
What is connected?
Download or remove PUC tables
Registering the equipment connected to
the television enables you to operate it with
your BeoRemote One.
With an Internet connection you can
download Peripheral Unit Controller (PUC)
tables enabling you to operate connected
equipment, such as a set-top box, with
BeoRemote One.
MENU SOURCE LIST …
PUC tables are available for many other
brand products, such as projectors, DVD
players, set-top boxes, and game consoles.
The list of PUC tables on the Internet is
updated and expanded on a regular basis.
Highlight a source and press the red button
to set it up.* 1 Here, you can also name the
source.*2 You can also set a source to be
activated directly from standby with the TV
or MUSIC button on BeoRemote One. You
can now operate the source.
* For information about naming the source
in the BeoRemote One display, see the guide
for BeoRemote One.
2
*If the source is not in the SOURCE LIST,
it is not in use, and you must press the
green button first to bring up a complete
list of sources.
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Download a PUC table
During the configuration procedure, you are
asked if you want to be able to control the
connected equipment with your
BeoRemote One. Follow on-screen
instructions to download a Peripheral Unit
Controller (PUC) table if available. The
television must be connected to the Internet.
If your connected equipment is not in the
download list, there is currently no control
solution for it and you must select
UNSUPPORTED SOURCE. You will not be
able to operate your equipment with your
BeoRemote One. You can contact your
Bang & Olufsen retailer to request a PUC
table for an unsupported source.
Continues …
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>> Set up additional equipment
You can download PUC tables at any time.
MENU SETUP SERVICE PUC MANAGEMENT PUC DOWNLOAD
PUC CLEAN-UP
PUC UPDATES
You can search with latin characters and
numbers. For equipment names with nonlatin characters you can search for a part of
the name that includes latin characters. You
can also use the browse functions to locate
the correct PUC table.
If you need more information about PUC
tables in general, contact your Bang &
Olufsen retailer.
Update PUC table software
In the PUC UPDATES menu, you can select a
PUC table and press the centre button to
update software for the table if new
software is available for update. You can
press the green button to check for updates,
the red button to see details about a table,
and the yellow button to see the history of a
table.
Unconfigure a source
If you have connected and configured a
source to a specific socket on the television
and then disconnect the source permanently,
you must reset the source settings. Highlight
the source in the SOURCE LIST menu, press
the red button and select RESET TO
DEFAULT. When you select YES, the source
is no longer configured to this socket. Next
time you connect a source to the socket, you
are asked to configure the source.
You can also select RESET TO DEFAULT in
the ADVANCED SETTINGS menu to reset to
default values only for this menu.
Remove a PUC table
To remove downloaded, unused PUC tables,
bring up the PUC CLEAN-UP menu. Note
that you must unconfigure the connected
product belonging to a PUC table, before
you can remove the table.
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Watch television
Watch television channels, access
source related functions, and
turn the television.
To bring up a favourite source quickly, you
can save the source on one of the
MyButtons on BeoRemote One. For more
information, see page 33.
Select a source …
Bring up and select the
television source in the
BeoRemote One display
MAIN MENU
TV
SOURCE LIST
SETUP
TV
GUIDE
GUIDE
LAST
LAST
or
Bring up the main menu
MENU
Select SOURCE LIST
TV function
CH+
CHINFO
1
MENU
MENU
2
MY DVR
MY DVR
3
ONDEM
ON DEMAND
4
REC
5
INFO
Remote control
button
Select the television source* 1
Example of a menu overlay.
Select a channel …
Press to select a channel
Turn the television mounted on
a floor stand …
Press to bring up STAND in the
BeoRemote One display
or
0–9
Select the previous channel
Bring up and use the menu
overlay …
Bring up the main menu
STAND
0
Turn the television by the pipe
of the floor stand
MENU
Turn the television by the base
of the floor stand
1–9
Activate a function*2
LIST
or
or
Select a position for the
television to turn to
0–9
1
*You can set a set-top box to be activated
directly with the BeoRemote One TV button
from standby. Highlight the source of the settop box in SOURCE LIST, press the red button,
highlight FROM STANDBY and press or to
bring up TV, then press the centre button. If
the source is not in the SOURCE LIST, press
the green button to find the source first.
Continues …
*You can also activate coloured functions
without pressing MENU first.
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>> Watch television
Turn the television mounted on a wall
bracket …
LIST
Press to bring up STAND in the
BeoRemote One display
Tilt the television mounted on a
table stand …
Press to bring up STAND in the
BeoRemote One display
STAND
Turn the television
STAND
Tilt the television
or
Select a position for the
television to turn to
LIST
0–9
To use the motorised floor stand or wall
bracket function, you have to calibrate the
floor stand or wall bracket first. To preset
positions for the TV to turn to, see page 20.
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Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Add BeoLab speakers and
BeoLab subwoofers to your
television wired or wirelessly and
you can have a surround sound
system which fits easily into your
living room. You get the best
sound experience in the area
bounded by the speakers.
You can also create speaker
groups to customise the speaker
setup for listening positions other
than the one in front of the
television, for example, at the
dining table or in an armchair.
This guide describes how to
make a basic loudspeaker setup.
For more advanced sound
settings and adjustments, see
the Technical Sound Guide on
www.bang-olufsen.com/guides.
For information about daily use
of speaker groups, see page 29.
Your content provider may have
prohibited distribution of digital wireless
sound to your speakers. You must then
use wired Power Link connected speakers
instead.
Set up the speakers
Set up both wired and wireless speakers in
the television.
MENU SETUP SOUND SPEAKER CONNECTIONS … Wired speakers
When setting up wired speakers, you must
select which speakers you have connected
to each Power Link socket in the SPEAKER
CONNECTIONS menu.* 1
*If all Power Link sockets with connected
speakers are not shown in the SPEAKER
CONNECTIONS menu, you can press the
green button to show all Power Link sockets.
1
Important! If you select LINE as speaker type
in the SPEAKER CONNECTIONS list, the
volume will be very loud and you cannot
adjust volume with your BeoRemote One.
You must use the product’s own remote
control. LINE is used for, for example, nonBang & Olufsen amplifiers.
Wireless speakers
If you have wireless speakers in your setup,
the television automatically scans for
wireless speakers and associate the detected
speakers with wireless Power Link channels
during first-time setup. However, you can
also scan for wireless speakers and associate
the detected speakers with the television’s
wireless Power Link channels manually in the
SPEAKER CONNECTIONS menu.
Scan for and associate wireless
speakers …
In the SPEAKER
CONNECTIONS menu press to
rescan
When the scanning is
completed, press to associate
the detected speakers with the
television
Disassociate a speaker from the
television …
Select a speaker in the
SPEAKER CONNECTIONS
menu
Press once to be able to
disassociate the speaker. Press
again to confirm disassociation
If the state of a speaker is MISSING in the
SPEAKER CONNECTIONS menu, the speaker
has been associated with a wireless channel,
and will automatically be detected again
when possible.
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Reset sound settings
If you for some reason need to reset sound
settings to default values, for example, if you
change your sound setup, you can do so in
the SOUND menu. Resetting to default
values deletes speaker type and speaker
group settings and disassociates all the
registered wireless speakers.
MENU SETUP SOUND RESET TO DEFAULT … When you select RESET TO DEFAULT, you
are asked for a confirmation, after which firsttime setup of sound settings is initiated.
To be able to reconfigure disassociated
wireless speakers, remember to reset the
speakers. See the guide for the speakers.
Create speaker groups
MENU SETUP SOUND SPEAKER GROUPS … H
A
You can make different speaker groups for
different listening positions or loudspeaker
combinations. For each group you must
assign roles to the speakers, set the
distance between the speakers and your
listening position and calibrate the speaker
level. It is possible to set distances and
speaker levels for each speaker group either
manually via the SPEAKER GROUPS menu
or automatically through a setup wizard if
you connect the enclosed calibration
microphone and external speakers. You can
also perform a speaker adjustment with just
the calibration microphone where distances
and levels are set automatically.
You can also name the speaker groups or
delete groups you do not want to keep. The
TV speaker group has a predefined name
and you can set up the group for when you
sit in front of the television.
Assigning roles to the connected loudspeakers
allows you to specify the speakers’ function
in a surround sound system and the number
of speakers to be used.
G
B
C
F
D
E
Example of TV viewing illustrated …
Speaker A:
Left front
Speaker B:
Subwoofer
Speaker C:
Centre
Speaker D:
Right front
Speaker E:
Right surround
Speaker F:
Right back
Speaker G:
Left back
Speaker H:
Left surround
Press the red button to activate the speaker
group if you have highlighted TV or an
existing group.
You cannot rename or delete the TV speaker
group. See page 29 on daily use of speaker
groups.
To make more advanced settings for a
speaker group setup, see the Technical
Sound Guide on www.bang-olufsen.com/
guides.
Continues …
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Adjust distances and levels automatically …
Place the connected
microphone in the primary
listening position for the current
speaker group
Upon auto detection of the
microphone, select
MICROPHONE CALIBRATION* 1
Set distances and levels through a setup
wizard …
Place the connected
microphone in the primary
listening position for the current
speaker group
Select a speaker group in the
SPEAKER GROUPS menu and
bring it up
Press to begin the calibration
Select YES, if you wish to
measure for an additional
listening position for the
speaker group and repeat the
procedure
1
*In the pop-up menu, you can also choose to
create a new speaker group, optimise
another speaker group than the current,
configure speaker connections or do nothing.
Follow on-screen instructions.
You can also access the MICROPHONE
CALIBRATION menu if you press MENU and
select SETUP, SOUND, SPEAKER GROUP
and then select a speaker group.
Select SETUP WIZARD and
bring up the wizard function
A confirmation message is
shown. Select YES and start
automatic setting of distances
and levels, or NO to cancel the
wizard function. You can repeat
the measuring for an additional
listening position for the
speaker group if desired
Press when the calibration has
completed
Also roles for internal speakers and a
subwoofer are set up through the setup
wizard.
It is recommended that background noise is
kept to a minimum during calibration.
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When you confirm a calibration or a setup
wizard procedure, any previous settings for a
speaker group are deleted.
For information about connection of the
calibration microphone, see page 15.
>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Set up sound modes
The television has several sound modes
optimised for different types of
programmes and sources. However, if you
wish, you can adjust the values in the sound
modes to your liking. The sound modes
have predefined names. For example, use
MOVIE when watching from a DVD or Bluray or use GAME to enhance the sound
when using a game console. The CUSTOM
sound mode can be set up if you wish to
define a new type of use and settings. It is
the only mode you can rename. The
ADAPTIVE sound mode is not a mode in
itself but adapts to the selected source or
the content by selecting between the other
sound modes.
For more details or to make more advanced
settings for sound modes, see the Technical
Sound Guide on www.bang-olufsen.com/
guides.
MENU SETUP SOUND SOUND MODES … If you wish to reset a sound mode to default
values, you must select RESET TO DEFAULT
in the specific sound mode’s setup menu and
confirm that you wish to reset the values.
You can bring up a list of sound modes on the
television screen by finding SOUND in the
BeoRemote One LIST menu and pressing the
centre button. From here, you can select a
sound mode with the number buttons See
page 29 on daily use of sound modes.
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Daily use of sound modes and speaker groups
You can extend your television
into a surround sound system by
adding BeoLab loudspeakers
and subwoofers.
When you switch on one of the
sources, the television
automatically selects the
appropriate sound mode for the
source you are using. However,
you can select another sound
mode at any time.
Also when you switch on the
television, the TV speaker group
is selected automatically.
However, you can always select
another group of activated
speakers if you want to listen to
music without having to sit in
front of the television, for
example, when you sit at the
dining table or in an armchair.
Select a sound mode
Select a speaker group
You can select the sound mode that suits
the source you are using.
Select the speaker group that suits your
listening position.
To select a sound mode …
Press to bring up SOUND in the
BeoRemote One display
To select a speaker group …
Press to bring up SPEAKER in
the BeoRemote One display
LIST
SOUND
Press to select the sound mode
you want
1–9
LIST
SPEAKER
Press to select the speaker
group you want. The selected
speakers cut in automatically
1–9
Step between modes
Step between groups
Press to remove SOUND from
the display
BACK
Press to remove SPEAKER
from the display
BACK
When you configure a source, you can set
both a sound mode and a speaker group to
be selected automatically each time you
switch on the source. The settings are made
in the ADVANCED SETTINGS menu which is
found when you highlight a source and press
the red button in the SOURCE LIST menu. If
the source is not in the SOURCE LIST, press
the green button to find the source first.
You can adjust the settings of the sound
modes and set up speaker groups. For
information about setting up sound
modes and creating speaker groups, see
pages 26–28.
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Adjust sound and picture settings
Sound and picture settings are
preset from the factory to neutral
values which suit most types of
programmes. However, if you
wish, you can adjust these
settings to your liking.
Adjust sound settings such as
volume, bass and treble and, for
wired speakers, enable eco
mode. Picture settings include, for
example, contrast, brightness,
colour, and viewing distance.
Adjust sound settings
Adjust sound settings via the SOUND menu.
Temporary settings are cancelled when you
switch off the television.
If you choose to enable eco mode, all wired
speakers in a speaker group that do not
receive a signal will switch off and save
power.
MENU SETUP SOUND SOUND ADJUSTMENT … In the AUDIO DESCRIPTION menu, you can
set the television to describe what happens
on the television screen by means of sound.
Remember to enable the VISUALLY
IMPAIRED menu field in the LANGUAGES
menu under REGIONAL SETTINGS.
Change your sound and picture
settings temporarily – until your
television is switched off – or
store them permanently.
Activate different picture modes,
for example, game mode if you
connect a game console to your
television.
For information about how to change
the picture format, see page 32.
Adjust picture settings
Adjust the picture settings via the PICTURE
menu. Temporary settings are cancelled
when you switch off the television.
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In the PICTURE ADJUSTMENT menu, you can
bring up an ADVANCED SETTINGS menu
where you can make different settings for
the selected source. For example, you can
reset picture settings. Press INFO to bring up
help texts for the menus.
To temporarily remove the picture from the
screen, press LIST then or to bring up
PICTURE OFF in the BeoRemote One display
and press the centre button. To restore the
picture, press TV.
>> Adjust sound and picture settings
Picture modes
You can activate different picture modes to
use for different types of programmes. If
you, for example, connect a game console
or play a PC game using the television as a
monitor, you can activate GAME mode.
GAME mode minimises the delay caused by
signal processing. Other available picture
modes are MOVIE, MONITOR and
ADAPTIVE. When you select a picture mode
for a source through the PICTURE menu, it
is only saved until you switch off the
television or switch to a different source.
To activate picture modes
directly …
Press to bring up PICTURE in
the BeoRemote One display
To select picture modes via the television
menu …
LIST
PIC TURE
Press to select a picture mode
1 – 4
Step between modes
Press to remove PICTURE from
the display
When you configure a source, you can set a
picture mode to be selected automatically
each time you switch on the source. The
setting is made in the ADVANCED
SETTINGS menu which is found by
highlighting the desired source and
pressing the red button in the SOURCE LIST
menu. For information about setting up
additional equipment, see page 21.
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BACK
MENU SETUP PICTURE PICTURE MODES >> Adjust sound and picture settings
Picture format
In the SOURCE LIST menu, you can, for
each source, press the red button and set
up a picture format to be used each time
you activate this source. You can also select
a different picture format temporarily.
To activate picture formats
directly …
Press to bring up FORMAT in
the BeoRemote One display
For information about setting up additional
equipment, see page 21.
LIST
FORMAT
or
Press to select a picture format
1 – 6
Step between formats
Move the picture, if possible
Press to remove FORMAT from
the display
BACK
Note that you cannot change picture format
when a source shows a UHD signal.
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Personalise the TV experience
You can save a “snapshot” of a
current viewing or playback
experience and thereby
personalise that experience to be
able to restore it quickly with just
one touch of a button. A
snapshot includes the stand
position, the selected source and
the selected settings for speaker
group, sound and picture
adjustment, and sound and
picture mode. For internal
sources, which could be
NetRadio, the playing item, such
as station, may also be saved.
Save a snapshot
Use a snapshot
You can save up to three snapshots which
can be activated by three dedicated remote
control buttons. The television must be
switched on and a source must be selected.
Use a desired snapshot when you watch
television.
To save a snapshot …
Press and hold one of the
MyButtons to save the current
viewing or playback experience
If you save a snapshot with a button with
which a snapshot has already been saved,
the existing snapshot will be replaced by the
new snapshot.
.
To use a snapshot …
Press the button dedicated for
the desired snapshot
When you restore a saved snapshot, the
settings are temporary and will be in effect
until you adjust the settings, select another
source, or switch the television to standby.
If the item to play as saved in a snapshot is no
longer available, the snapshot will still be
restored, but the item played will follow
normal source behaviour for the selected
source. For example, if a station saved in the
restored snapshot is no longer available, the
last played station will be played instead
when the NetRadio source is selected.
If you try to use a snapshot with a button
where no snapshot has been saved, the
PERSONALISATION feature is opened in the
NICE TO KNOW menu.
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Set up 3D television
You can set up preferences for
watching 3D television. Select if
the television should switch to 3D
mode automatically, when
automatic 3D signalling is
available.
Activate 3D and adjust settings
You can select if the television should
activate 3D mode automatically, manually
or by prompt, when it detects 3D signalling
the first time after source or channel
change. The default setting is PROMPT.
MENU SETUP PICTURE 3D DISPLAY 3D SETTINGS ACTIVATE 3D
To activate 3D, bring up the ACTIVATE 3D
menu and follow on-screen instructions.
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When 3D signalling is available, and
ACTIVATE 3D is set to AUTO, the television
switches to 3D mode automatically. If it is set
to PROMPT, you must select between VIEW
IN 3D and VIEW IN 2D. If it is set to MANUAL,
you must enter the menu and switch to 3D
mode manually.
Watch 3D television
You can enhance the experience
of watching television with 3D
technology, for example, when
you want to watch movies,
sports or nature films.
Important health and safety
information for 3D pictures
Some viewers may experience
discomfort while watching 3D TV such as
dizziness, nausea and headaches. If you
experience such symptoms, stop
watching 3D TV, remove the 3D glasses
and rest. Watching 3D TV for an
extended period of time may cause eye
strain. If you feel eye strain, stop
watching 3D TV, remove the 3D glasses
and rest. If you use eye glasses or contact
lenses, wear the 3D glasses over them.
Do not use the 3D glasses for other
purposes. Adults should supervise
children watching 3D TV and ensure that
they do not experience any discomfort as
mentioned above. It is recommended
that children under 3 years do not watch
3D TV.
If two sources are brought up on the
screen at the same time or if teletext is
brought up on one side and a source on
the other, the TV will always display a 2D
mode.
Subtitles may not always be supported.
Viewing conditions
Place yourself in front of the screen, a little
closer than when you normally watch 2D TV,
and use the 3D glasses. The recommended
distance between your viewing position and
the screen depends on the size of the screen
and the picture resolution. If you move too
far to the left or right of the centre of the
screen, or if you move too far up or down,
the quality of 3D TV decreases.
You will get the best 3D experience if you
darken the room, for example, switch off the
lights and draw the curtains. Especially lights
behind and around the screen can cause an
irritating effect. We recommend not to watch
3D TV in direct sunlight or bright
surroundings.
Activate 3D or 2D television
To watch films or other programmes suited
for 3D, you must activate the 3D function
and put on the activated 3D glasses that are
available from your retailer. Switch to 2D
mode again to watch TV that is not suited
for 3D, for example, the news.
MENU SETUP PICTURE 3D DISPLAY In the 3D DISPLAY menu, you can select 3D
or 2D and press the centre button to activate
3D or 2D television or select a mode.
If 3D signalling is available, the TV
automatically switches to 3D when you select
3D and to 2D when you select 2D. If 3D
signalling is not available, a menu for 3D or
2D mode selection appears on the screen.
See page 36 for information about modes.
You can also activate 2D and 3D television via
the LIST button if you add 2D and 3D to the
BeoRemote One display. See the guide for
BeoRemote One for information on how to
add functions.
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>> Watch 3D television
3D modes
2D modes
Select the 3D mode that matches the signal
sent out by the programme provider.
Select the 2D mode that matches the signal
sent out by the programme provider.
SIDE BY SIDE 3D
STANDARD 2D
Converts side-by-side 3D signal into full
screen 3D representation by scaling two
pictures horizontally.
Shows an ordinary 2D TV picture without
any conversion.
TOP/BOTTOM 3D
SIDE BY SIDE 2D
Converts top/bottom 3D signal into full
screen 3D representation by scaling two
pictures vertically.
Converts side-by-side 3D signal into full
screen 2D representation by scaling one
picture horizontally.
TOP/BOTTOM 2D
Converts top/bottom 3D signal into full
screen 2D representation by scaling one
picture vertically.
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If 3D signalling is no longer available, the TV
automatically switches to the last used mode
for the current source. At channel and source
change, the TV switches to STANDARD 2D.
See two sources at the same time
While watching, for example, a
television channel …
Press to bring up DUAL
PICTURE
Your BeoRemote One gives you
access to a DUAL PICTURE
function for viewing an HDMI
source (for example a set-top
box or Blu-ray player) and a
WebMedia or HomeMedia source
at the same time.
There are some limitations when using the
DUAL PICTURE function since some
source combinations may not be possible.
For example, you cannot watch two HDMI
sources at the same time. When an invalid
combination is selected, an on-screen
message appears on the television screen.
DUAL PICTURE
A
B
If you watch 3D and switch on the DUAL
PICTURE function, the television will
switch to 2D.
Bring up a source list and select
HOMEMEDIA
the source, for example
HOMEMEDIA, to view on the
right side of the screen (B)
Press to swap the left picture
and right picture
A
When using DUAL PICTURE, you cannot
show a source with UHD signal.
LIST
B
Volume adjustment always affects picture A,
while other operations, such as selecting
channels, affect picture B. Selecting a new
source cancels DUAL PICTURE viewing.
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MENU
0
To leave the DUAL PICTURE function …
To leave the function and return to normal
viewing of the source on the left side of the
screen (A) simply press TV.
Operate additional equipment
The built-in Peripheral Unit
Controller (PUC) acts as an
interpreter between connected
video equipment, such as a settop box, video recorder or DVD
player, and your Bang & Olufsen
remote control.
Download a Peripheral Unit
Controller (PUC ) table and use
the Bang & Olufsen remote
control to gain access to the
functions offered by your nonBang & Olufsen equipment. See
page 21 for information on how
to download a PUC table.
When you switch on the
equipment, the functions are
available via a menu-overlay on
the television screen.
For instruction in the various functions
offered by your equipment, see the
product’s own guide.
Operate other equipment with BeoRemote One
Some functions are available directly via
BeoRemote One when you switch on the
equipment. Additional functions are
available through a menu overlay that you
bring up on the screen. In this menu, you
can see which BeoRemote One buttons
activate specific services or functions.
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the source name
configured for a connected
product to switch it on, for
example, HDMI 1
TV
MENU
Press to activate the function
you want
1–9
or
To bring up a favourite source
quickly, you can save the source on one of
the MyButtons on BeoRemote One. For more
information, see page 33.
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SOURCE LIST
SETUP
GUIDE
GUIDE
LAST
LAST
TV function
CH+
CHINFO
1
MENU
MENU
2
MY DVR
MY DVR
3
ONDEM
ON DEMAND
4
REC
5
INFO
Remote control
button
HDMI 1
Press to bring up the main
menu including source related
functions
Some features and functions of the
television may not be available when nonBang & Olufsen equipment is connected.
Not all connected video equipment is
supported by Bang & Olufsen. For more
information about supported equipment,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
MAIN MENU
Example of a menu overlay. The
BeoRemote One buttons are shown to the
right on the menu, and the functions they
control, including available icons, are shown
to the left. The menu may also list buttons on
the remote control included with your
connected equipment.
Direct BeoRemote One operation
If you know which coloured BeoRemote One
button activates the function you want, you
can activate the function without bringing
up the menu overlay first.
While your equipment is on …
Press to activate a function
Press to bring up the
Programme Guide or the ‘Now/
Next’ banner on the screen if
you are using equipment that
supports these functions
GUIDE
Press to activate the function
you want
MENU
or
INFO
1–9
NetRadio
With NetRadio you have access to
radio stations worldwide. NetRadio
stations are downloaded via
BeoPortal, consequently, the
television must be connected to the
internet when downloading and
playing stations.
When you select the NetRadio
source, the last played radio station
will always attempt playing.
If you cannot find a specific station, it may no
longer be available in the list received from
BeoPortal. The list of stations available may
change over time, since new stations can be
added and existing stations can be removed
in the list from BeoPortal.
To bring up NetRadio quickly, you can save
the source on one of the MyButtons on
BeoRemote One. For more information, see
page 33.
The NetRadio source is activated by default,
when you press the MUSIC button to switch
on the television from standby.
Listen to internet radio
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the source dedicated to
NetRadio, for example,
NETRADIO* 1
MUSIC
NETRADIO
GENRES
NETR ADIO
LANGUAGES
COUNTRIES
NAMES
‘A’ NET STATION
SEARCH
Browse through stations …
FAVOURITES
You can browse through stations in different
‘A’ NET STATION
Blues
Grant, United States
901 ROX
views: GENRES, LANGUAGES, COUNTRIES,
Wednesday 15 January, 2014
NAMES. Some views have more levels.
add favourites
info
select
13:27
During playback of a station …
Press to bring up the NOW
PLAYING STATION view
Browse your views and stations
item by item
Browse your views and stations
page by page. Hold to jump
between letters in alphabetical
lists
Press to stop playback
Press to start playback again
Press to open the next level or
start playback of a station
Press to go to the previous or
next station
or
Return to the previous view
BACK
Search for a station …
Select SEARCH and press the
centre button to bring up an on
screen keyboard and be able to
search for a station*2
Use the arrow buttons, number
buttons and the centre button
to enter a search string for the
station you wish to find*3
Enter the position number of a
favourites list station you wish
to listen to
0–9
Press to be able to search for a
station and follow on-screen
information
0–9
Press to bring up the favourites
list
Press to bring up information
on a highlighted station. Press
any key to remove the
information
Highlight the on-screen
SEARCH button and go to a list
of search results
INFO
*You can also bring up the main menu, select
SOURCE LIST, highlight NETRADIO, and
press the centre button to activate the
source.
1
Move station by station or page
by page in the list and press the
centre button to start playback
of a station
or
Press to return to the previous
screen where you can enter a
new search string
BACK
*You can also bring up the SEARCH menu by
pressing the green button. You can only use
latin characters for entering a search string.
2
*You can also enter a search string with
BeoRemote App.
3
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>> NetRadio
Favourites list
You can store up to 99 stations in your
favourites list.
Add to your favourites list …
When browsing through station
lists for GENRES, LANGUAGES,
COUNTRIES, NAMES, SEARCH
RESULTS and recently played
stations, press to add a
highlighted station to your
favourites list
Edit the favourites list …
You can move a station to another position,
delete a station or clear the favourites list
completely.
Bring up the favourites list
Press to bring up the EDIT
FAVOURITES menu
Select a station
Press to play back a station
Select a station you want to
move or delete
or
0–9
If the favourites list is full, you cannot add
anymore stations and the help text for the
green button is not shown.
Select a favourite station …
Bring up the favourites list
Move a selected station out of
the list*2
Move the station up or down or
to a specific position
Browse the list station by
station
or
Move the station back into an
empty position in the list
Browse the list page by page.
Hold to jump between letters in
an alphabetical list or to either
end of a numerical list* 1
Press to delete a selected
station. Press again to confirm
0–9
Press to clear the entire
favourites list
Press to start playback of a
station
A confirmation message
appears. Select YES to clear the
list, or NO to return to the menu
1
*Press the green button to switch between
numerical and alphabetical sorting order.
Press to store the changes and
return to the previous menu
You can also select the NetRadio source and
use the number buttons to bring up a specific
station from your favourites list directly.
2
If the favourites list is empty, FAVOURITES in
the start screen will be greyed out.
You can also access the EDIT FAVOURITES
menu by selecting SETUP in the main menu
then FAVOURITES.
*If the favourites list is full, you cannot move
a station, since there are no empty positions
to move to.
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Clear history …
You can clear the history of recently played
stations.
Press to clear the history of
recently played stations
0–9
Move to the position number of
a specific station
Recently played stations
The recently played stations are listed
beneath the list of views on the television
screen when you activate the NetRadio
source, and from here you can select and
play a station directly.
Press to confirm
MENU
1
WebMedia
With the built-in WebMedia feature
for Smart TV you can search and
find movies, YouTube videos,
photos and other web related
content. WebMedia enables
integration of Internet features on
your television. You can also add
different apps. To use WebMedia,
your television must be connected
to the Internet, see page 51.
The first time you open WebMedia you are
asked to accept the terms of use. If you
reset your television to default settings, you
must accept the terms of use again. If you
want to be able to lock selected apps, you
can make your own pin code at this point.
You can also operate WebMedia with
BeoRemote App, see page 6 for more
information.
WebMedia may not be available on all
markets.
To bring up WebMedia quickly, you can save
the source on one of the MyButtons on
BeoRemote One. For more information, see
page 33.
Activate WebMedia…
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the source dedicated to
WebMedia, for example,
WEBMEDIA* 1
TV
WEBMEDIA
*You can also bring up the main menu, select
SOURCE LIST, highlight WEBMEDIA, and
press the centre button to activate the
source.
1
Add an app …
Open the App Gallery
Select a country*2
Add the app by following onscreen instructions. Go to the
WebMedia home screen to find
the added app
Lock/unlock an app …
You can restrict access to
certain apps by locking them
with a pin code. While the app
is highlighted, press to lock/
unlock it
Basic navigation …
Press to navigate in the Internet
browser, available apps, or on
the keypad when available
Press to accept or select
Press to go back one level, long
press will bring up the
WebMedia home screen
Navigate in an Internet
browser …
Press to step in web page
history
Press to move the web page up
or down for easy navigation
BACK
Enter the WebMedia pin code
(not the television pin code)*3
0–9
Accept the code
*You can add apps from different countries.
However, some apps might be blocked by
the broadcaster.
3
*If you did not selected a pin code, the first
time you activated WebMedia, you are asked
to set a pin code before you can lock the app.
2
Continues …
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>> WebMedia
SOURCE LIST
SETUP
REFRESH
1
BOOKMARK
2
SECURITY INFORMATION
3
WEBMEDIA SETTINGS
4
select
While WEBMEDIA is selected as source, press
MENU to bring up the WebMedia menu
overlay. The remote control buttons are
shown to the right on the menu, and the
functions they control are shown to the left.
Refresh a page …
You can refresh a page if it is updated
frequently, such as the weather forecast or
online newspapers.
Add a bookmark …
While on a web page, press MENU to bring
up a menu overlay. Press 2 to add a
bookmark for that specific website.
Added bookmarks are stored in the Internet
application. Go to the WebMedia home
screen and select the Internet app to see the
added bookmark.
Check page security information …
Using the security information menu, you
can check the URL of the website and
retrieve security information.
Change NOW ON TV source …
NOW ON TV shows a preview of what is
shown on the selected source. For example,
if you have selected HDMI 1 as your source
and you have a set-top box connected, you
will get a preview of the current programme.
The source is selected in the WEBMEDIA
SETTINGS menu.
Note that NOW ON TV cannot show a
preview of UHD sources.
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Spotify, Deezer and YouTube
You can access Spotify or Deezer,
if you have a required
subscription, and search through
and stream music for every
occasion.
You can also access YouTube to
watch a variety of different video
content, such as movie and TV
clips, music videos, short videos
and other content uploaded by
users. To use Spotify, Deezer and
YouTube, your television must be
connected to the Internet, see
page 51.
Activate Spotify
Activate YouTube
Bring up and activate the Spotify App to
find and listen to music of your choice.
Bring up and activate the YouTube App to
watch a world of different video content.
To activate Spotify …
MUSIC
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
SPOTIFY
select the source dedicated to
Spotify, for example, SPOTIFY* 1
To activate YouTube …
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the source dedicated to
YouTube, for example,
YOUTUBE* 1
Enter user name and password
for your Spotify account.
Spotify, Deezer and YouTube may not be
available on all markets.
Activate Deezer
Bring up and activate the Deezer App to
find and listen to music of your choice.
To activate Deezer …
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the source dedicated to
Deezer, for example, DEEZER* 1
MUSIC
DEEZER
Enter user name and password
for your Deezer account.
1
*You can also bring up the main menu, select
SOURCE LIST, highlight DEEZER, and press
the centre button to activate Deezer.
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YOUTUBE
*You can also bring up the main menu, select
SOURCE LIST, highlight YOUTUBE, and press
the centre button to activate YouTube.
1
1
*You can also bring up the main menu, select
SOURCE LIST, highlight SPOTIFY, and press
the centre button to activate Spotify.
TV
HomeMedia
You can play music and video
files and browse photos stored
either on a storage device or in
another product connected via a
DLNA/UPnP enabled media
server. You get access to the
HOMEMEDIA menu when you
connect a storage device to your
television.
If you have music and photos
stored, you can start the music
and return to the main menu to
start a slideshow of your photos.
You can then play music and see
your photos at the same time.
You can also play files via a
computer or smart phone. For
information about the Digital
Media Renderer feature, see
page 53.
Storage devices include, for example,
USB devices and regular hard disks
connected via USB or Ethernet.
For supported formats, see
www.bang-olufsen.com/guides.
You cannot show UHD photos.
Use HomeMedia
During playback of your music, you can see
the NOW PLAYING menu with cover and
information about artist, title and track, if
available. When you browse or play your
music, photo and video files, you can press
INFO to bring up additional information.
HOMEMEDIA
NEW VOLUME
USB
111110_1586.jpg
Hey, Hey Helen
Mamma Mia
IMG_0548.MOV
Listen to music …
Connect a storage device with
your music
RANDOM | REPEAT
Tuesday 15 November, 2011
TV
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the source dedicated to HOMEMEDIA
the media browser, for example,
HOMEMEDIA* 1
Press to select the storage
device with your music and
press the centre button
info
select
08:35
You can also bring up the NOW PLAYING
MUSIC by pressing MENU, then the red
button.
*You can also bring up the main menu, select
SOURCE LIST, highlight HOMEMEDIA, and
press the centre button to activate
HomeMedia.
1
*During photo slideshows you cannot step in
tracks or pause music files.
2
If the storage device is a media
server, press to highlight the
music or folder menu and press
the centre button
Press to browse your files and
folders and press the centre
button to open the folder or
start playback of the file
Continues …
Press to step in tracks during
playback. Press and hold to cue
during playback. Press again to
change cue speed*2
Press to pause
Press to resume playback
Press to back up through
previous menus or press and
hold to leave the menu
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BACK
>> HomeMedia
Browse photos …
Connect a storage device with
your photos
To rotate a photo left or right, press MENU
then 2 or 3 or press or .
TV
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the source dedicated to HOMEMEDIA
the media browser, for example,
HOMEMEDIA* 1
Press to select the storage
device with your photos and
press the centre button
You can also bring up the NOW SHOWING
PHOTO by pressing MENU, then the green
button.
1
*You can also bring up the main menu, select
SOURCE LIST, highlight HOMEMEDIA, and
press the centre button to activate
HomeMedia.
Play back video files …
Connect a storage device with
your video files
TV
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the source dedicated to HOMEMEDIA
the media browser, for example,
HOMEMEDIA* 1
Press to select the storage
device with your video files and
press the centre button
If the storage device is a media
server, highlight the photo or
folder menu and press the
centre button
If the storage device is a media
server, highlight the video or
folder menu and press the
centre button
Press to browse your files and
folders and press the centre
button to open the folder
Press to browse your files and
folders and press the centre
button to open the folder or
start playback of the file
Press to open your photo in full
screen view. The slideshow
starts automatically
Press to pause
Press to resume playback
Press to pause the slideshow
Press to step minute by minute.
Press and hold the buttons to
cue. Press again to change cue
speed
Press to continue the slideshow
Press to step to the previous or
next photo, also in pause mode
Press to bring up information
on the current photo
INFO
Press to step in files during
playback
BACK
Press to go to a specific point in
time in the file
1–9
Press to exit a slideshow and
return to browser screen or
back up through previous
menus or press and hold to
leave the menu
Press to exit video playback
and return to browser screen or
back up through previous
menus or press and hold to
leave the menu
BACK
You can also bring up the NOW PLAYING
VIDEO by pressing MENU, then the yellow
button.
Continues …
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>> HomeMedia
See a list of recently selected files
You can see a short list of the files you have
recently selected from the currently
connected storage device.
TV
Bring up sources in the
BeoRemote One display and
select the source dedicated to HOMEMEDIA
the media browser to activate it,
for example, HOMEMEDIA.* 1
The recently selected files are
listed beneath the list of
detected storage devices
Press to highlight a file you wish
to play back and press the
centre button
To clear the list of recent selections, press
MENU and then 1.
Make media settings
You can choose to play your music or video
files or browse your photos in a random
order or repeat playback, or browse when
you have been through all photos, music or
video files. You can also set a slideshow
delay to determine for how long each photo
is displayed before the next photo is
brought up.
To bring up the SETTINGS menu, press
MENU and then 4.
During rotation of a photo, the slideshow
delay timer is reset.
You can also find HOMEMEDIA SETTINGS if
you bring up the main menu and select the
SETUP menu.
*You can also bring up the main menu, select
SOURCE LIST, highlight HOMEMEDIA, and
press the centre button to activate
HomeMedia.
1
RANDOM | REPEAT
Example of player mode.
If you do not operate HomeMedia for approx.
30 seconds, it will go into player mode where
only the NOW PLAYING information is
shown. Press BACK to bring back the
browser list on the screen. You can also
activate player mode manually by pressing
BACK while the HomeMedia main menu is
shown.
Play files via a computer or smart phone
To play photos, music or video files via an
app on a computer or smart phone, the
Digital Media Renderer feature must be
enabled, and you can name your television
for you to easily recognise it on your
computer or smart phone. For information
about how to enable or disable the Digital
Media Renderer feature and name the
television, see page 53.
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Operation of files and on-screen information
may differ on a few aspects from otherwise
described for HomeMedia, and some apps
will not respond to all source control
commands.
Sleep Timers
Your television has a built-in
Sleep Timer which means that
you can make it switch off after a
predefined number of minutes.
Set a Sleep Timer
You can make the television switch off
automatically after a number of minutes.
To activate the Sleep Timer …
Press to bring up SLEEP in the
BeoRemote One display
LIST
SLEEP
Press repeatedly until the
requested number of minutes
or OFF are shown in the
television display.
To bring up SLEEP in the BeoRemote One
display, you must first add it to the list of
functions. See the guide for BeoRemote One
for information on how to add functions.
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Power settings
If you want to make your
television start up faster, you can
set a Quick-Start Timer for one or
two specified time periods. This
will increase the standby power
consumption within these
periods compared to when the
television is in ordinary standby.
On the other hand, you can
choose to save power on a
number of other functions in the
television, such as sound, picture
and network. When you set up
power saving for the picture, a
preview shows you the picture
quality for each option which
makes it easier for you to select
the combination of power
consumption and quality that
suits you best.
In the AUTO STANDBY menu,
you can set the television to
switch off automatically after
some time without operation.
Set up the power consumption
Set up the power consumption for standby,
sound, picture, and network. The television
can be set to switch itself to standby after
some time without operation. The factory
setting is 4 hours. This function only applies
in video mode, not in audio mode.
When AUTO STANDBY is activated, a
message appears on your television screen if
the television has not been operated during
the time set in the menu. The television then
switches to standby if you do not operate it.
When no source signal has been detected for
15 minutes, the television switches to standby.
MENU SETUP POWER SAVING STANDBY SOUND PICTURE NETWORK … To reduce the start-up time or set up auto
standby, bring up the STANDBY menu.* 1
To make power saving settings for sound,
bring up the SOUND menu.
To make power saving settings for picture,
bring up the PICTURE menu.
To make power saving settings for network,
bring up the NETWORK menu.
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1*If a Quick-Start Timer is active, your
television will switch on within seconds. If you
receive your television signal from a
connected set-top box, the television
start-up time is also affected by the start-up
time of the box. Setting a Quick-Start Timer
will increase the power consumption within
the specified period.
The pin code system
The pin code system is intended
to make normal use of your
television impossible for
someone who does not know the
pin code. You choose whether or
not to activate the pin code
system.
When the pin code system is
enabled and the television has
been disconnected from the
mains for a while, the pin code
system is activated.
When reconnected and switched
on, the television automatically
switches itself off after three
minutes if you do not enter the
pin code.
IMPORTANT! If you are prompted for a
pin code the first time you switch on
your ­television, enter the pin code
provided by your Bang & Olufsen
­retailer.
Activate the pin code system
If the pin code system is already activated,
you are prompted to enter your pin code
when you bring up the PIN CODE menu.
You can activate or deactivate your pin
code at all times and you can change your
pin code.
MENU SETUP PIN CODE … If you change your pin code more than five
times within a three-hour period, the PIN
CODE menu becomes inaccessible for three
hours, provided that the television is not
disconnected from the mains. Disconnecting
the television resets the three-hour period.
Should you lose or forget your code, contact
your Bang & Olufsen retailer. Your retailer
can provide you with a master code, which
disables your pin code.
If you inadvertently press a wrong button
while entering a code, press the yellow
button to delete a digit or press the red
button to clear an input field.
Five incorrect entries will cause the television
to shut down for three hours, during which
operation is not possible. The standby
indicator will flash red quickly.
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Software and service update
We recommend that you enable
automatic software update on
your television to ensure that
your television always has the
latest features and functions.
If your television is set up in a
system with the BeoLink
Converter NL/ML it is essential
that you enable the automatic
system update to ensure that all
products in your system are kept
up to date and are able to
communicate.
You can always look up software
information and update the TV
software manually.
Update software
To download available software updates,
your television must be connected to the
Internet. It is recommended that you set the
television to update software automatically.
You can set the time of day you want
automatic software updates to take place to
ensure that they do not interfere with the
use of your television.
MENU SETUP SERVICE SOFTWARE UPDATE CHECK FOR UPDATE
AUTO SYSTEM UPDATES
You can also download available software
updates from www.bang-olufsen.com onto
a USB device. Connect the USB device to
the USB port on the connection panel.
While the television is updating with new
software, the standby indicator flashes red
and the television should remain connected
to the mains.
On some markets, it is also possible to
update the software via the antenna signal
(OAD). When you update via the antenna
signal, some updates are required and not
possible to cancel.
System update …
If you have a system setup with a BeoLink
Converter NL/ML and several Bang &
Olufsen products, the entire system is
updated, when you check for updates. You
should enable automatic software update of
the system in the television menu. Available
software updates for all the Bang & Olufsen
products in your setup will then be
downloaded automatically on a regular
basis.* 1
Contact your retailer for more information
about software updates
*You can only enable or disable automatic
software updates on the entire system and
not on a single product.
1
See software information
You can look up information about the
current software version, its release date,
and any release notes available.
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MENU SETUP SERVICE LATEST RELEASE
Network settings
You can set up your television to
a network either with a wired or
wireless connection. For the most
reliable network connection,
Bang & Olufsen recommends
making a wired connection.
Bang & Olufsen also
recommends that you use a
separate router and access point
– a Network Link router – to
ensure the most reliable
playback of digital files.
For more information about
Bang & Olufsen network setup,
contact your Bang & Olufsen
retailer.
On some markets, it is not possible to
set up a wireless connection, and you
must use a wired connection.
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Example of simple setup either wired or
wireless.
Example of recommended network setup
either wired or wireless.
Make a wired connection
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to
the router and the other end to the Ethernet
socket ( ) on the television. It is assumed
that you have enabled the DHCP service on
your network. If LAN settings are set to
configure automatically, IP address, subnet
mask, gateway and DNS server are assigned
automatically.
If the settings are set to configure manually,
or if the IP address, subnet mask, gateway
and DNS server, for some reason, are not
assigned automatically, you must enter this
information manually.
MENU SETUP NETWORK NETWORK SETTINGS > Highlight LAN SETTINGS and press the
centre button.
> Press the green button to be able to name
the LAN connection.* 1
> Press the centre button to store the name
and return to the LAN SETTINGS menu.
>Press to highlight CONFIGURATION.
>Press or to select MANUAL or
AUTOMATIC configuration.
> Press the centre button to store the
setting.
If you have selected MANUAL configuration,
you must enter a value for the IP ADDRESS,
SUBNET MASK, GATEWAY, and DNS. Press
the centre button to store the settings.
*You can only use latin characters for naming
the LAN connection.
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>> Network settings
Make a wireless connection
If your router has the WPS feature (wireless
protected setup), you can make a wireless
connection to your network automatically.
You can also make the connection manually.
It is assumed that you have enabled the
DHCP service on your network and that the
SSID is not hidden.
MENU SETUP NETWORK NETWORK SETTINGS …
Connect to a wireless network
automatically …
> Press the centre button to bring up the
WLAN SETTINGS menu and highlight
WLAN.
> Press the WPS button on your router to
activate the WPS feature.
>Press or to enable wireless LAN and
store the setting.
>Press to highlight WLAN PROTECTED
SETUP and press the centre button to
bring up the menu. Here you can see a
status of the wireless connection. When
CONNECTED is shown on the screen, your
television is configured correctly on your
network.
> Press the centre button to return to the
NETWORK menu.
Connect to a wireless network manually …
> Press the centre button to bring up the
WLAN SETTINGS menu and highlight
NETWORK LIST.
> Press the centre button to bring up the
NETWORK LIST menu.
> Press the yellow button if you wish to
refresh the list of networks.
>Press or to highlight a network router
and press the centre button to be able to
enter the password.
>Use , , and to enter the password to
your wireless network and press the
centre button to establish a connection.
When CONNECTED is shown on the
screen, your television is configured
correctly on your network.
> Press the centre button to return to the
NETWORK menu.
Check your wireless network signal …
> Bring up the NETWORK INFO menu and
highlight ADVANCED INFO (WLAN).
> Press the centre button to bring up the
ADVANCED INFO (WLAN) menu.
> Check the signal strength in the LEVEL
menu:
*****
**** ***
** *
Excellent connection
Very good connection
Good connection
Stable connection
Unstable connection
Note that your television must be connected
wirelessly to access this menu.
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For more information about your router, see
the guide for it.
Your television supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz.
For more information, contact your Bang &
Olufsen retailer.
>> Network settings
See network information
You can see information on your network
connection in the NETWORK INFO menu.
MENU SETUP NETWORK NETWORK INFO …
Note: A previously well-functioning setup
may develop problems over time as
surroundings change. Check your Ethernet
connection or router. If the problem persists,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
Enable or disable the Digital Media Renderer
The Digital Media Renderer feature enables
you to play photos, music and video files
via a computer or a smart phone. The
feature is default enabled. If you do not
want your television to be used as a
monitor for a computer, smart phone or
other device, it is possible to disable the
feature.
For more information, see page 46.
MENU SETUP NETWORK DIGITAL MEDIA RENDERER In the DIGITAL MEDIA RENDERER menu
press or to enable or disable the renderer
feature.
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If you want your television to be easily
recognisable on your computer or smart
phone, you can name it via the NETWORK
menu by selecting NETWORK INFO then
ALIAS or NETWORK SETTINGS, LAN
SETTINGS then ALIAS.
Distribute sound with Network Link
With Network Link you can
distribute sound, but not video
signals, to other rooms
throughout the house. If you
connect your television to a
Master Link product, you must
also use a BeoLink Converter NL/
ML (BLC).
For example, you can connect
your television in the living room
to an audio or video system in
another room, thereby making it
possible to listen to sound from
other rooms.
Access sources from another
Bang & Olufsen audio product
and share speakers easily via the
television menu.
Some content providers may have
blocked distribution of sound.
For information about integrating an
audio setup, see page 56.
For information about distribution of
video signals, see page 60.
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Example of a link room setup with an audio system with Master Link.
The main room television must be
connected to the link room system with
BeoLink Converter NL/ML if the link room
system is an audio or video system with
Master Link:
> Connect an Ethernet cable to the socket
marked on the television. Then run the
cable to a router, which is connected to
the router connected to the Internet.
> Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to
the router and the other end to BeoLink
Converter NL/ML.
> Connect one end of a Master Link cable to
BeoLink Converter NL/ML and the other
end to the Master Link socket on the audio
or video system.
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A Bang & Olufsen product with Network Link
is connected directly to the same network
(router) as your television.
For more information about network settings,
see page 51.
>> Distribute sound with Network Link
Integrate additional equipment
You can integrate external equipment with
your television to listen to music from an
audio system or another television.
You can listen to audio and video sources
from another Bang & Olufsen product, if the
product is connected to the same network
(router) as your television. When
connecting to an audio system with Master
Link, a BeoLink Converter NL/ML is required
to act as a ‘bridge’ between Network Link
and Master Link. See also page 54.
In the PRODUCT INTEGRATION menu, you
can select which products to integrate with.
A list of products identified on the home
network is shown.
To link to sources from a product, such as
radio or CD, you must set it up in the
CONNECT TO menu. To select the product, it
must be switched on for it to show up as a
product found in the list. When you have
chosen the product once in the CONNECT
TO menu, the sources that can be linked to
are shown in the SOURCE LIST with a ‘link’
symbol ( ).
To see linked sources in the remote control
display, see the guide for BeoRemote One.
A source can play simultaneously on
speakers in different rooms and if the
connected product does not have local
speakers, it is possible to share speakers in
the television also when a source is activated
on the connected product. If you want the
television speakers to be activated when you
switch on a ‘link’ source, you must set it up in
the SHARE SPEAKERS menu.
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SHARE SPEAKERS For information about connecting an audio
system or a television for integration with
your television, see pages 56 and 58.
When the television is part of a system setup,
it will automatically set WAKE ON LAN/
WLAN to ON to be able to switch on
connected equipment. Note that this will
increase the power consumption slightly.
When a BeoLink Converter NL/ML is a part
of your system, six audio sources are listed
as sources you can link to, whether or not
equipment is connected to these sources.
Sources that are not used can be hidden
from the SOURCE LIST in the SOURCE LIST
menu.
Connect and operate an audio system
If you connect a compatible
Bang & Olufsen audio system to
the television, you obtain the
benefits of an integrated audio/
video system.
Play music on your audio system
using speakers connected to the
television, or switch on a TV
programme and send the sound
to your audio system speakers.
Also see page 55 about sharing
speakers.
Your AV system can be placed
together in one room or in two
rooms with the television placed
in one room and the audio
system with a set of speakers
placed in another.
Not all Bang & Olufsen audio systems
support integration with the television.
Some content providers may have
blocked distribution of sound.
Connect your audio system to the television
Option setting for the audio system
When you have connected your Master Link
audio system, you must set the audio
system to the correct Option. Point your
remote control at the IR-receiver of your
audio system. The distance between the
remote control and the IR-receiver must be
maximum 0.5 metres.
BeoRemote One operation …
Press to bring up the current
product, such as BeoVision, in
the BeoRemote One list
LIST
...
Select the audio system, default
Beo4 AUDIO
...
Press to bring up Settings
LIST
Settings
Press to bring up Advanced
Advanced
Press to bring up Product
Option
Product
Option
Press to bring up A.OPT.
A.OPT.
Enter the appropriate number
(0, 1, 2 or 4)
0–4
To bring up Beo4 AUDIO in the
BeoRemote One display, you must first add it
to the list. See the guide for BeoRemote One
for information on how to add products.
See page 57 for examples of correct Options.
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Return to your television
Return to your television to be able to
operate it with your BeoRemote One.
To return to the television, press
to bring up the current product,
such as Beo4 AUDIO, in the
BeoRemote One list
Select the television, such as
BeoVision
LIST
...
...
>> Connect and operate an audio system
Option 1
Option 0
BLC
The television and an audio system is set up
in one room with all speakers connected to
the television:
– CONNECT TO: BLC
– SHARE SPEAKERS: YES
– Audio system: Option 0
For information about the CONNECT TO and
SHARE SPEAKERS menus, see page 55.
BLC
Option 2
BLC
The television (with or without additional
speakers) and the audio system (with a
connected set of speakers) is set up in the
same room:
– CONNECT TO: BLC
– SHARE SPEAKERS: NO
– Audio system: Option 1
For information about Option 4, see page 58.
For more information, contact your Bang &
Olufsen retailer.
The audio system is set up in one room, and
the television (with or without additional
speakers) in another:
– CONNECT TO: BLC
– SHARE SPEAKERS: NO
– Audio system: Option 2
You can join in on a source played on another
product if you press TV or MUSIC on
BeoRemote One, highlight JOIN and press
the centre button until you hear the desired
source.
Use an audio/video system
If you integrate your audio system and your
television, you can choose a speaker
combination appropriate to the current
video or audio programme. See the
illustrated examples.
BLC
BLC
LIST
LIST
BeoVision
Beo4 AUDIO
Beo4 AUDIO
BeoVision
TV
YOUTUBE
To listen to sound from a television source on
your audio system speakers without
switching on the screen, your audio system
must be selected. If it is not already selected,
press LIST then to bring up the current
product in the BeoRemote One display. Press
the centre button, then or to highlight
the name of your audio system, such as Beo4
AUDIO, and press the centre button. When
the audio system is selected, press TV then
or to highlight a desired source, for
example YOUTUBE, and press the centre
button.
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MUSIC
NET RADIO
To listen to audio sound on the speakers
connected to the television, your television
must be selected. If it is not already selected,
press LIST then to bring up the current
product in the BeoRemote One display. Press
the centre button, then or to highlight
the name of your television, such as
BeoVision, and press the centre button.
When the television is selected, press MUSIC
then or to highlight a desired source with
a ‘link’ symbol, for example NET RADIO,
and press the centre button.
Two televisions – with Network Link connection
Products with Network Link can
borrow source sound from each
other. If you connect a
compatible Bang & Olufsen
television to your television, you
obtain the benefits of an
integrated video system that
enables you to listen to audio
and video sources from the other
television.
If you connect a television with
Master Link to your television, a
BeoLink Converter NL/ML (BLC)
is required for the televisions to
borrow source sound from each
other.
Not all Bang & Olufsen televisions
support integration with your television.
Some content providers may have
blocked distribution of sound.
To bring up BeoVision(2) or Beo4 LINK in
the BeoRemote One display, you must
first add them to the list. See the guide for
BeoRemote One for information on how
to add products.
Two televisions with Network Link
BeoVision
BeoVision(2)
Place yourself in front of the television:
– CONNECT TO: the other television, such as
BeoVision and BeoVision(2) respectively
– SHARE SPEAKERS: NO
A television with Network Link and a
television with Master Link
Beo4 LINK
(Option 4)
BeoVision
BLC
Network link television:
– CONNECT TO: BLC
– SHARE SPEAKERS: NO
Master Link television:
– Option 4
To listen to audio and video sources on a
television, bring up the SOURCE LIST and
select the desired source from the other
television listed with a ‘link’ symbol ( ) next
to it. To see linked sources in the remote
control display, see the guide for
BeoRemote One.
You can join in on a source played on another
product if you press TV or MUSIC on
BeoRemote One, highlight JOIN and press
the centre button until you hear the desired
source.
MENU SETUP PRODUCT INTEGRATION B&O CONNECT CONNECT TO SHARE SPEAKERS Note that the television must be selected
once in the CONNECT TO menu, see page 55.
Option setting for the Master Link
television …
Point your remote control at
the IR-receiver of your Master
Link television. The distance
between the remote control
and the IR-receiver must be
maximum 0.5 metres.
Press to bring up the current
product, such as BeoVision, in
the BeoRemote One list
LIST
...
Select the Master Link
television, default Beo4 LINK
...
Press to bring up Settings
LIST
Settings
Press to bring up Advanced
Advanced
Press to bring up Product
Option
Product
Option
Press to bring up L.OPT.
L.OPT.
Press 4
4
To return to the Network Link television, see
page 56.
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Operate two televisions with one remote control
If you have two Bang & Olufsen
televisions, and commands from
your remote control can be
received by both televisions, you
must change between the two
televisions via LIST.
Connection via a BeoLink
Converter NL/ML is required if
one of your televisions is
equipped with Master Link, see
page 54.
One remote control for both televisions
For your television to function properly, it is
essential that the television is set up to a
product. See also the guide for your remote
control.
BeoRemote One – Switch between the two
televisions…
Normally, you can activate a source, such as
TV, by pressing TV or MUSIC and finding
the relevant source on your remote control.
However, when you have two televisions,
you must select a television before you can
operate its sources:
Press to bring up the current
product, such as BeoVision, in
the BeoRemote One list
Select the desired product, for
example, BeoVision(2) for a
Network Link television or Beo4
LINK for a Master Link
television
Press and select a source, such
as TV
LIST
BeoVision
BeoVision(2)
TV
YOUTUBE
LIST
BeoVision(2)
BeoVision
TV
YOUTUBE
LIST
...
Example of remote control operation when
you switch from one television with Network
Link to another.
...
TV
TV
It is also possible to rename the products in
the BeoRemote One display, see the guide
for your remote control. For information
about choice of product, contact your retailer.
LIST
BeoVision
Beo4 LINK
TV
YOUTUBE
LIST
Beo4 LINK
BeoVision
TV
YOUTUBE
Example of remote control operation when
you switch between a television with
Network Link and a television with Master Link.
.
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HDMI Matrix
The HDMI Matrix itself is a
physical product that can be
connected allowing you to
connect up to 32 external
sources to up to 32 televisions in
different rooms and access the
sources either individually from
each TV or simultaneously from
several rooms via
BeoRemote One.
The HDMI Matrix must be
connected and set up by your
Bang & Olufsen retailer.
You cannot connect more than one HDMI
Matrix in a setup.
Settings in the HDMI MATRIX menu
In the HDMI MATRIX menu, you can select
settings for your HDMI Matrix.
MENU SETUP PRODUCT INTEGRATION B&O CONNECT
HDMI MATRIX
Connect an HDMI Matrix …
Open the HDMI MATRIX menu.
>
> Highlight MATRIX CONNECTED and
press or to open the selection.
> Select an HDMI socket and press the
centre button twice.
> Download a PUC table for the connected
HDMI source. Follow on-screen
instructions.
> Highlight the downloaded PUC table and
press the centre button.
> Select a PUC socket and press the centre
button to store the HDMI Matrix settings.* 1
> Press the centre button to continue.
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*Settings for the PUC socket are made
automatically upon pressing the centre
button. However, if you need to set up
control type and modulation mode manually,
you must press the red button and follow
on-screen instructions instead.
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The HDMI Matrix is now configured. Then
you have to configure the sources
connected to the HDMI Matrix in the
SOURCE LIST menu by pressing the red
button for each source. This is done the
same way as other connected equipment.
For information about setting up additional
equipment, see page 21.
If you at a later time disable a stored HDMI
Matrix configuration by setting the HDMI
Matrix field to NO, your settings for INPUTS
are still saved. This means that if you enable
the HDMI Matrix, the settings reappear.
To unconfigure a source see page 22.