Bush 47in Instruction manual

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read all instruction before use and keep for future reference.
Read all instruction before use and keep for future reference.
WARNING
FOR SAFETY
• Misuse or modification of this appliance may result in breakdown or injury.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
• The appliance is intended for household use only.
• The appliance should always be turned to OFF before plugging or unplugging from socket. Never
yank cord to disconnect from socket; instead, grasp plug and pull to disconnect.
• Check that the voltage on the rating plate of your product corresponds with your local electricity
supply which must be A.C. (Alternating Current).
• If the mains sockets in your home are not suitable for the plug supplied with this product, check
with a qualified electrician for replacement.
FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Do not use in environments which are extremely hot, cold, dusty or humid.
Keep the unit free from dust and clean with a dry cloth.
Do not use in areas exposed to direct sunlight or where it can become extremely hot.
Keep away from sources of strong magnetism - such as speakers.
Avoid placement where there is a lot of movement, vibration or on an unstable surface.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, the equipment shall not be exposed to rain or moisture
and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
The equipment shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
To avoid fire, no naked flame source, such as lit candles, should be placed on or around the unit.
For ventilation, leave at least 10 cm free all around the TV. Do not place the TV on a carpet.
The ventilation holes must be kept clear from obstructions.
In case of smoke, or unusual noises or smells coming from the unit, switch it off, unplug it from
the wall socket and contact your dealer or service center.
Place the TV in such a position that the screen is not exposed to direct sunlight. It is best to have
soft indirect lighting whilst watching TV. Avoid dark environments and screen reflection as these
may cause eye fatigue.
When the TV has been moved from a cold place, it will need time for the moisture from inside to
evaporate.
The appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device of this apparatus, the disconnect device
shall remain readily operable.
The apparatus must be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protected earthed connection.
DO NOT:
• Attempt to disassemble this unit or carry out repairs.
• Attempt to modify the unit in any way.
• Make sure that foreign objects do not get inside the unit.
• Place naked flame sources - such as lit candles on or near the unit.
• Place objects filled with liquids - such as vases, on or next to the unit.
• Cover the unit - allow the unit to be well ventilated.
• Drop the unit or subject it to strong shocks.
• Attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
CHILDREN
• Children do not always understand the dangers associated with operating electrical appliances.
Never allow children to use this appliance.
POWER SUPPLY
• If the unit uses a mains supply, ensure that the plug is securely inserted into the mains socket,
and it is easily accessible.
• Protect the power lead from sharp objects, excessive heat and damp or wet locations. Check
the power lead periodically, and replace if damaged.
• If the unit uses batteries, please ensure that they are inserted correctly - observing the polarity
(+/-).
• Do not mix new and used batteries.
• Please make sure that used batteries are disposed of correctly. Do not burn or incinerate.
• Check that the voltage on the rating plate of your product corresponds with your local electricity
supply which must be A.C. (Alternating Current).
• Any repairs should only be carried out by a fully qualified electrician or an authorised service agent.
LISTENING WITH EARPHONES
• Listen at moderate volumes to avoid hearing damage.
• If you hear no sound during playback, do not turn the volume up as the music may suddenly begin
at a high volume. Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
• To avoid damaging your ears, adjust the volume to the lowest level before playback, and turn up
to the desired level when playback has started.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER
(OR BACK), THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE, REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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CONTENTS
KNOW YOUR MACHINE
Know Your Machine ......................................................................................... 3
Remote Control ................................................................................................ 6
Wall Mounting.................................................................................................... 8
Antenna Connection ......................................................................................... 10
Tuning Menu Options ...................................................................................... 11
Other Connections ............................................................................................13
Basic Operation ................................................................................................ 18
Menu Operation ................................................................................................ 22
Teletext .............................................................................................................. 32
Common Interface Module ............................................................................... 34
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... 36
Specifications .................................................................................................. 37
Product Guarantee .......................................................................................... 39
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POWER
VIDEO
SCART
TV
PC
Numerical Keys
EPG
PRE PR
ASPECT
SOURCE
NICAM
SLEEP
PICTURE
PR LIST
SOUND
VOL
MUTE
PR
DISPLAY
MENU
EXIT
OK
Cursor
Green Button
Yellow Button
Blue Button
Red Button
MIX
TELETEXT
SIZE
SUBPAGE
INDEX
SUBTITLE
REVEL/Tick
HOLD/VIEW
1 x Remote Control
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KNOW YOUR MACHINE
KNOW YOUR MACHINE
1 x LCD TV
A Power LED
B Wall Mount Hole
C Volume Up
D Volume Down
E Channel Up
F Channel Down
G MENU Button
H Source Button
J Power Button
K Common Interface Slot
L Headphone Output
M Audio Input
N Video Input
O S-Video Input
P Antenna Input
Q SCART Input
R PC Audio Input
S SPDIF Output
T AV L/R Audio Output
U Component Input
V HDMI Input
X Power Connector
Y VGA Input
Front View
Z 1 x AC Power Cord
A
Control Panel
Side Connections
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Rear View
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Rear Connections
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a 2 x AAA Battery
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REMOTE CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
3. Carefully close the Battery Cover.
See fig. 3.
NOTES:
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Please read the important safety
instructions before use.
fig. 1
fig. 3
To obtain the best performance
from your remote control, please
consider the following:
REMOTE CONTROL
1. Unclip the Battery Cover from the
Remote Control.
See fig. 1.
2. Insert two new 1.5V size AAA
Batteries with the and marks
correctly aligned.
See fig. 2.
PRECAUTIONS:
Battery
Compartment
Cover
•
Ensure there is no obstruction
between remote control and
TV set.
•
Bright sunlight may affect the
remote control performance.
•
Always ensure that both
batteries are replaced at the
same time.
NOTE ON BATTERIES:
•
Do not mix different types of
batteries or an old battery with
a new one.
•
To prevent the risk of leakage
or explosions, never recharge
the batteries, apply heat or take
them apart.
•
When not using batteries,
remove them to prevent battery
drain.
•
If liquid leaks from the batteries,
throw them away. Thoroughly
clean the battery compartment
with a dry cloth.
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WALL MOUNTING
WALL MOUNTING
NOTES:
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Please read the important safety
instructions before use.
3. Use 4 Wall Mount Holes B and
Screws (not included) to mount the
TV on the Bracket (not included).
See fig. 7.
WALL MOUNTING (Optional)
IMPORTANT: When drilling into
walls always check that there
are no hidden wires or pipes etc.
Make sure that the screws and
wall plugs supplied are suitable
for supporting the unit. Consult
a qualified tradesperson if you
are not sure.
fig. 7
B
fig. 4
Stand
Screws
4. For the Wall Bracket - Refer to
the user instructions supplied
with the wall bracket (not
included).
See fig. 8.
NOTE: It would be useful to ask
someone to help you at this
stage.
32"-42"
1. Put the unit face down on a safe,
flat surface that is covered by a
smooth cloth.
See fig. 4 and 5.
fig. 5
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H
Stand
47"
TV Screen VESA-Compatible
Wall bracket
Size (inches)
(W x H mm)
Screw Type
32"
200 x 200 mm
Metric 6 x 10 mm
37"
200 x 200 mm
Metric 6 x 10 mm
42"
400 x 200 mm
Metric 6 x 10 mm
47"
400 x 200 mm
Metric 6 x 10 mm
W
H
2. Unscrew the screws of the stand.
Then remove the Stand.
See fig. 4 - 6.
fig. 8
fig. 6
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ANTENNA CONNECTION
TUNING MENU OPTIONS
TURN ON THE LCD-TV
WARNING:
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Switch off the TV before
connecting any external device.
fig. 9
1. When the POWER J or A is
pressed the TV will turn on and the
Power LED A on the front of the
TV will change from red to blue
See fig. 10 and 11.
CONNECTING THE ANTENNA
2. When the LCD-TV is turned off
using the POWER J or A , the
LCD-TV will go into standby mode
and the Power LED A will turn
red.
See fig. 10 and 11.
1. Connect the Antenna Plug to the
Antenna Input P located at the
rear of the TV.
See fig. 9.
2. For optimum picture quality, adjust
antenna direction if needed.
3. To improve the picture quality in
a poor signal area, you may use
a signal amplifier (not included).
J
fig. 10
C
A
fig. 11
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FIRST TIME INSTALLATION
1. This display will appear on the
screen when the TV is turned on
for the first time.
See fig. 12.
AC POWER CORD CONNECTION
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NOTE: Make sure your local
voltage is 230V/240V~, 50Hz.
a
NOTE: If you can not find this
screen, you may press MENU
U . Then use the Cursor Y to
select the TV menu.
See fig. 11.
1. Connect the AC Power Cord Z
to the Power Connector X .
See fig. 9.
2. Connect the AC Power Cord Z
to the mains socket.
See fig. 9.
2. Press the Green Button a to
proceed with the installation.
See fig. 11.
Thank you for your purchase of this TV.
fig. 12
Please proceed with the following steps to set-up your TV.
Antenna Plug
Mains Socket
Next
Z
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TUNING MENU OPTIONS
OTHER CONNECTIONS
SCART1
fig. 13
SCART 2
WARNING:
3. Use Up or Down Cursor Y to
select your language. Then press
Green Button a to continue.
See fig. 13 and 14.
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b
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SCART INPUT
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4. Use Up or Down Cursor Y to
select your country. Then press
Green Button a to continue or
press Yellow b to go back.
See fig. 13 and 15.
Switch off the TV before
connecting any external device.
To connect external devices
such as DVD players, set top
boxes or games consoles.
Q
1. Plug the scart lead from the
external device into TV SCART
Socket Q .
See fig. 17.
TV Installation
SCART Lead
1/3
English
Language
fig. 17
2. SCART 1 - Full SCART, which
transmits RGB, S-Video and CVBS
in and CVBS tuner out (Analog).
Espanol
Français
Deutsch
Italiano
Nederlands
5. System searching may take few
minutes to complete.
See fig. 16.
Svenska
3. SCART 2 - Half SCART, which
transmits S-Video or CVBS in and
CVBS monitor out.
Dansk
fig. 14
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Previous
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4. Press the SCART C or SOURCE
K to select the SCART 1 or
SCART 2.
See fig. 18.
Austria
Country
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Gemary
6. A message will be displayed when
the search is complete. Press the
Red Button e to finish system
searching. The LCD TV will
automatically display the first
channel found automatically.
See fig. 13.
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System searching. Please wait...
Analog channels found:
Digital channels found:
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OTHER CONNECTIONS
OTHER CONNECTIONS
YPbPr INPUT
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VGA INPUT
Q
For connecting devices such as
video cameras.
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V
R
You can use your LCD-TV as a
monitor for your personal computer.
1. Make sure that the power of the
LCD-TV and the AV device are
off.
1. Connect the D type 15-pin VGA
interface cable (not supplied) to
VGA Input Y on the LCD-TV.
See fig. 21.
2. Connect the (Y, Pb, Pr) cables
and audio cables to the
Component and Audio Input Q
on the TV.
See fig. 19.
2. Connect the audio cable (not
supplied) to Audio Input R on the
back of the LCD-TV (if necessary).
See fig. 21.
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Y
fig. 21
3. Press the PC E or SOURCE K
to select the PC input.
See fig. 22.
3. Turn on the power of the LCD-TV
first and then turn on the power
of the AV device.
Y Pb Pr
HDMI
Cable
4. Press the VIDEO B or SOURCE
K to select the YPbPr input.
See fig. 20.
to PC
HDMI INPUT
Audio Cables
CAUTION: You must ensure both
devices are switched off before
connection.
1. Connect the cable from the HDMI
devices to the TV HDMI Input V .
See fig. 21.
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B
2. Press the VIDEO B or SOURCE
K to select the HDMI input.
See fig. 22.
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equipment. (Refer to external
equipment operating guide.)
K
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OTHER CONNECTIONS
OTHER CONNECTIONS
AV INPUT
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COMMON INTERFACE SLOT
For connecting an AV device.
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1. Make sure that the power of the
LCD-TV and the AV device are off.
2. Connect the audio cables from the
AV device's output jacks to the
Audio Input M .
See fig. 23.
You can use a Conditional Access
Module (CAM) card to view a Pay
TV.
1. Insert the CAM card (not included)
in Common Interface Slot K .
See fig. 25.
fig. 23
3. Connect the video cables from the
AV device's output jacks to the
Video Input N .
See fig. 23.
2. Please refer to the COMMON
INTERFACE section for more
detailed information.
3. Turn on the LCD-TV first ; and then
turn on the AV device.
HEADPHONE OUTPUT
4. Press the VIDEO B or SOURCE
K to select the AV input.
See fig. 24.
1. Connect a set of stereo
headphones (not included) to the
Headphone Output L for private
listening. When headphones are
in use, the speakers will be
automatically disconnected.
See fig. 25.
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M
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O
S-Video Cable
S-VIDEO INPUT
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For connecting video recorders.
L
IMPORTANT: When using
headphones always set the
volume control to a low level
before you put the headphones
on, then put the headphones
on and gradually increase the
volume to a comfortable
listening level.
1. Make sure that the power of the
LCD-TV and the AV device are off.
2. Connect the audio and S-Video
cables from the VCR's output jacks
to the S-Video Input O and Audio
Input M .
See fig. 23.
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B
3. Turn on the LCD-TV first and then
turn on the VCR.
4. Press the VIDEO B or SOURCE
K to select the S-VIDEO input.
See fig. 24.
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BASIC OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION
SOUND
SELECT SOURCE
1. Press the POWER A to turn on
the LCD-TV. Then press TV D ,
PC E , SCART C , VIDEO B or
SOURCE K to select the source.
See fig. 26.
A
B
C
D
E
1. Press SOUND P to set the LCD
TV to a predefined sound setting.
Off / Rock / Pop / Live / Dance /
Techno / Classic / Soft.
See fig. 27.
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AUDIO CONTROL
SELECT TV CHANNEL
1. Press the VOL+ Q to increase
the volume or VOL- Q to
decrease the volume. A number
will appear on screen indicating
the volume level.
See fig. 26.
1. You can use the Number Keys F
on the remote control to directly
select TV channels. Enter the
channel number you want to
watch, the keys must be pressed
within 3 seconds.
See fig. 27.
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Q
MUTE
P
N
S
2. You may press PR +/- S To
select the previous or next TV
channel.
See fig. 27.
1. Press the MUTE R to mute the
sound temporarily. A mute icon
will appear on the screen.
See fig. 26.
3. You may press PRE PR H To
display the TV channel previously
selected.
See fig. 27.
2. Press the MUTE R again or
VOL+/VOL-to restore the sound.
The mute icon will disappear.
See fig. 26.
PICTURE
NICAM
1. Press the NICAM L to select
MONO, STEREO, DUAL 1 and
DUAL 2 for ATV channel. Select
Audio language for DTV channel.
See fig. 26.
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TV to a predefined picture setting.
User / Cinema / Sport / Vivid / Hibright.
See fig. 27.
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BASIC OPERATION
EPG
PICTURE FORMAT
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1. Press the ASPECT J on the
remote control to enter the
picture format menu.
See fig. 29.
Press EPG G to display electronic
program guide in TV mode.
See fig. 28.
2. Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to select a picture format and
press the OK X to confirm your
choice.
See fig. 29.
PR LIST
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Press PR LIST O to display a
list of channels and input
sources.
See fig. 28.
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M
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Automatic: DTV and HDMI
input will automatically display
the correct format, while ATV
and SCART will need to be set.
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Panorama: Removes the black
bars on the side of 4:3
broadcasts with minimal
distortion.
O
DISPLAY
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Press DISPLAY T to display the
current signal status, including
input source/channel audio mode.
See fig. 28.
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Y
X
SLEEP
1. Press SLEEP M to turn the LCD
TV off after a preset time.
See fig. 28.
2. Use Up or Down Cursor Y to set
the time (5-180 minutes.)
See fig. 28.
3. Press OK X to confirm.
See fig. 28.
J
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4:3: Displays the classic 4:3
format.
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Movie expand 14:9: Scales the
classic 4:3 format to 14:9.
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Movie expand 16:9: Scales the
classic 4:3 format to 16:9.
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16:9 subtitle: Display 4:3
pictures using the full surface of
the screen leaving the subtitles
visible.
-
Wide screen: Stretches the
classic 4:3 format to 16:9.
See fig. 30.
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Y
X
Automatic
Movie expand 16:9
Panorama
16:9 subtitle
4:3
Wide screen
fig. 30
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Movie expand 14:9
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MENU OPERATION
MENU OPERATION
OSD SETTING
Picture
1. Press MENU G or U to entry the
OSD setting. There are five items
in the list: Picture, Sound, TV,
Installation and Parental.
See fig. 31 and 32.
Picture mode
- To set the LCD TV to a predefined
picture settings. Use the Up or
Down Cursor Y to toggle between
User, Cinema, Sport, Vivid, and
Hi-bright.
See fig. 34 and 35.
fig. 31
fig. 32
2. Use the Up or Down Cursor Y to
select and press the OK X to
confirm your choice.
See fig. 31 and 32.
G
X
3. Press EXIT V to exit the screen.
See fig. 31 and 32.
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Picture
Picture
Picture mode
Sound
Brightness
TV
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Contrast
Installation
Parental
Sharpness
Colour temperature
Noise Reduction
Back light
Brightness
- To brighten the dark parts of the
picture.
V
U
Settings
Y
fig. 34
Contrast
- To sharpen the picture quality.
Colour
- To add or reduce colour.
Picture
- Shows more picture modes and
functions based on your favourite
channels and enables you to
adjust the colour and brightness
setup.
Sound
- Provides more audio selections.
You can also set the audio
environment of the LCD TV.
Sharpness
- To improve detail.
Settings
5
Picture
Picture
Picture mode
Sound
Brightness
TV
Sharpness
Colour temperature
Noise Reduction
Back light
TV
- Enables you to adjust special
functions for country, audio
language and the TV channels.
fig. 33
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- Enables you to adjust settings
related to the installation of the TV
channels and language.
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- To make the background brighter
or darker.
Y
Picture format
- To display a list of available display
formats. Use the Up or Down
Cursor Y to toggle between
Automatic, Panorama, 4:3, Movie
expand 14:9, Movie expand16:9,
16:9 subtitle and Wide screen.
Parental
- Enables you to control special
functions for the TV channels.
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Colour temperature
- To choose between Normal
(neutral), Warm (redder), and Cool
(bluer).
Noise reduction
- To filter out and reduce the image
noise and improve picture quality.
Use the Up or Down Cursor Y to
toggle between Off, Low, Medium,
and Strong.
Contrast
Installation
Parental
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MENU OPERATION
MENU OPERATION
Sound
Settings
Balance
- To adjust the balance between
left/right channels.
See fig. 36 and 37.
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Picture
7
Picture
Balance
Sound
Bass
TV
Treble
Installation
Virtual surround
Parental
Sound mode
AVL
Bass
- To adjust the amount of bass.
Digital audio out
Treble
- To adjust the amount of treble.
fig. 36
Virtual surround
- To add greater depth and
dimension to the TV sound. Use
the Up or Down Cursor Y to
toggle between On or Off.
fig. 37
Sound mode
- To set the LCD TV to a
predefined sound setting. Use
the Up or Down Cursor Y to
toggle between Off, Rock, Pop,
Live, Dance, Techno, Classic,
and Soft.
The following functions are only
available for digital channels with
audio signals.
Volume-visually impaired
- To increase or decrease the
volume for the visual impaired.
Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to adjust the volume.
Tip: Before you adjust the
volume, please make sure
Audio description is On.
See fig. 38 and 39.
Settings
5
Picture
7
Picture
Balance
Sound
Bass
TV
Treble
Installation
Virtual surround
Parental
Sound mode
AVL
Digital audio out
fig. 38
Hearing impaired
- To transmit an audio-frequency
for the hearing impaired. Use the
Up or Down Cursor Y to toggle
between On or Off.
fig. 39
Audio description
- To enable or disable the volumevisually impaired function. Use
the Up or Down Cursor Y to
toggle between On or Off.
AVL
- To eliminate the volume
differences between channels
and programs and also reduce
the dynamics of the sound.
Digital audio out
- To select the Digital audio out.
Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to toggle between Off, Bit stream
and PCM.
Tip: When Bit stream is
selected, make sure the
amplifier supports digital
audio.
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MENU OPERATION
MENU OPERATION
TV
Settings
Country
- To select the relevant country.
This is the country you are in,
or the country whose channels
you want to receive if you live
near its borders.
See fig. 40 and 41.
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TV
3
Picture
Country
Sound
Audio Language
TV
Channels
Installation
Parental
Audio language (Digital TV only)
- To display a dialogue enabling
the preferred language to be set.
This is the language to be used
for all channels if it is available.
fig. 40
Channels
- Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to toggle between Channel scan,
Update scan, Analog manual
store, Channel skip, Channel
sort, and Channel name edit.
Channel scan
1. Use the Up or Down Cursor
Y to select Channel scan in the
Channels menu.
2. Press the Right Cursor Y to
enter it and press the OK X to
start searching the local program
automatically.
fig. 41
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Channel scan
Update scan
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Analogue manuals...
Channel skip
Channel sort
Channel name edit
fig. 42
Channel skip
1. Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to select Channel skip in the
Channels menu.
2. Press the Right Cursor Y to
enter it and use the Cursor Y to
highlight the program you want to
skip and press the OK X to confirm.
fig. 43
Tip: The skipped program may
not be found by pressing Up or
Down Cursor Y but can be
accessed by pressing number
buttons directly.
• Programs with this are active
• Programs with this are skipped
X
Y
Update scan
1. Use the Up or Down Cursor
Y to select Channel scan in the
Channels menu.
2. Press the Right Cursor Y to
enter it and press the OK X to
start searching the local program
automatically.
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1. Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to select Channel scan in the
Channels menu.
2. Press the Right Cursor Y to
enter it and press the Cursor Y to
toggle between Search or Fine tune.
• Search: to start manual scanning
from the specified frequency.
• Fine tune: to fine tune the
program.
See fig. 42 and 43.
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1. Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to select Channel sort in the
Channels menu.
2. Press the Right Cursor Y to
enter it and use the Up or Down
Cursor Y to highlight a program
you want to sort and press the OK
X to select.
3. Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to highlight the second program
you want to exchange with and
press the OK X to switch.
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MENU OPERATION
Channel name edit
1. Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to select Channel name edit in
the Channels menu.
2. Press the Right Cursor Y to
enter it and press the Up or Down
Cursor Y to highlight the program
you want to edit.
3. Press the Red Button e to start
editing program name.
4. Use the Up or Down Cursor Y
to edit name and use the Right
Cursor Y to move to the next
character. Please refer to the table
below for available characters.
5. Press the Green Button a to
confirm.
See fig. 44 and 45.
MENU OPERATION
Installation
Settings
Language
- To select the interface language.
See fig. 46 and 47.
X
Y
a
Sound
Source
TV
Time setup
Installation
Subtitle
Parental
Teletext
Source
- To identify the accessory devices
you have connected to the external
inputs/outputs.
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Current software info
Reset AV settings
fig. 46
• Time zone: to select the time
zone you are in.
fig. 44
fig. 47
• Time: to set the time and date
or select auto synchronisation.
Available characters
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Time setup
- Use the Up or Down Cursor Y to
toggle between :
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N
X
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4
E
O
Y
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Tip: Before setting the time and
date manually, make sure Auto
synchronisation is Off.
• Sleep timer: to set the TV to turn
itself off after a set period of time.
Subtitle
- Use the Up or Down Cursor Y to
toggle between :
• Analog subtitle: to display the
transmitted subtitle on the screen.
This text can either be permanently
displayed (assuming that the
service is available with the
broadcast) or only when mute is
active.
• Digital subtitle language: to
select the teletext language.
• Subtitle type: to choose the
normal type or hearing impaired
type of subtitle.
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MENU OPERATION
Teletext
- Use the Up or Down Cursor Y to
toggle between :
• Digital teletext language: to
select the teletext language.
• Decoding page language: to set
the teletext language to the
regional location.
See fig. 48 and 49.
MENU OPERATION
Parental
Settings
5
Installation
Picture
Language
Sound
Source
TV
Time setup
Installation
Subtitle
Parental
Teletext
7
Settings
Channel lock
- To lock a certain TV channel or
external source completely.
See fig. 50.
Current software info
5
Parental
Picture
Channel lock
Sound
Program lock
TV
Change PIN
3
Installation
Parental
Reset AV settings
Current software info
- This menu appears with your TV
software information.
fig. 48
Reset AV settings
- To reset most of the picture and
sound settings to their default
factory levels.
fig. 49
Program lock
- To control access to programs
based on their age ratings. All
settings apply to digital channels.
fig. 50
Change PIN
- To change your access code. If
no PIN-code exists, the menu item
is set to Set PIN. Please follow
the instructions to set it. If a PINcode has been entered previously,
the menu item is set to Change
PIN. Please follow the instructions
to change it. All number
combinations from 0000 to 9999
are valid.
Tip: Remember that 0711 is the
default Change PIN code. If
your access code has been
changed or you have forgotten
the code, you can always get
in by entering the default code.
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TELETEXT
TELETEXT
TELETEXT
- (Designed for Europe
PAL/SECAM/DVB-T systems
only)
HOLD
- Press HOLD q to stop the
scrolling of pages, press again to
continue.
See fig. 52.
TELETEXT
- Press TELETEXT g to activate
Teletext. Press again to turn off
Teletext.
See fig. 51.
REVEAL
- Press REVEAL p to display
hidden information such as
answers to a quiz.
MIX
- Press MIX f to activate Teletext
overlaying the TV picture.
R/G/Y/B (Colour button)
- Press Colour Buttons a , e , b ,
and d to select from on screen
options, which have the same
coloured text.
SIZE
- Press SIZE h to change the
screen size: Full screen, Top half
and Bottom half.
SUBPAGE
- Press SUBPAGE k to display the
sub page (when available)
INDEX
- Press INDEX m to return to page
100 or the index page; and then
press 0 to 9. The teletext page
will be numbered and added to
the page you select or the
secondary item.
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g
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fig. 51
SUBTITLE
- Press SUBTITLE n to select the
next page marked as a subtitle
page.
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COMMON INTERFACE MODULE
COMMON INTERFACE MODULE
3. Select Common Interface to view
the menu options and information
on the inserted CI card.
See fig. 57.
Common Interface Module
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The Common Interface CI Slot
K , is designed to accept the
Conditional Access CA Module
coupled with a Smart card, in
order to view pay TV programmes
and additional services. Contact
your Common Interface service
provider for further information
about modules and subscription
options. Please note that CA
modules and smart cards are not
included, or supplied as optional
extras by us.
See fig. 53.
Smart Card
K
CA Module
Settings
TV
4
Common Interface
Country
Audio Language
Top Up TV
Channels
Common Interface
fig. 53
fig. 57
fig. 55
4. Press OK X to access the card
menu, for more details refer to
the module's instruction manual.
See fig. 58 - 59.
WARNING: Switch off your TV
before any module is inserted
into the Common Interface slot.
X
fig. 58
Main menu
Module information
Language
U
Software Download
1. Correctly insert the CA Module
and then the Smart Card into
the CI slot located at the side of
the TV.
See fig. 53.
G
Exit
OK
Press OK to select, or Exit to quit
fig. 54
Cancel
fig. 59
2. Turn on the TV and press MENU
G or U and select the TV submenu. "Common interface" will
be displayed if the CA module is
detected. Wait for few moments
until the card is activated.
See fig. 54 - 56.
Settings
5
TV
Picture
Country
Sound
Audio Language
TV
Channels
Installation
Common Interface
5. When module is removed, the
"Common Interface" menu will
disappear from the screen.
See fig. 60.
4
Settings
5
TV
Picture
Country
Sound
Audio Language
TV
Channels
4
Installation
Parental
fig. 56
Parental
fig. 60
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
The following table contains common problems and the solutions to these problems.
Please check this list before you contact technicians.
Problems
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Sloutions
Screen Size
32"
DISPLAY
37"
42"
DISPLAY
Aspect Ratio
16:9
16:9
16:9
16:9
Resolution
1366 x 768
1366 x 768
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
OSD Language
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch,
Danish, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Greek.
No picture
1. Connect power cord correctly.
2. Turn on power.
3. Connect signal cable correctly.
4. Press any button on the LCD TV.
Abnormal colours
Connect signal cable correctly.
Sound Output (RMS Watts)
2x5 W
Twisted picture
1. Connect signal cable correctly.
2. Please use compatible signal.
Sound Mode
Rock, Pop, Live, Dance, Techno, Classic, Soft
Picture Formats
Automatic, Panorama, 4:3, Movie expand 14:9,
Movie expand 16:9, 16:9 subtitle, Wide screen
Picture Mode
User, Cinema, Sport, Vivid, Hi-bright
ENHANCEMENT
Picture too dark
Adjust brightness and contrast.
Audio only, no images
Audio only, no images
1. Please check if input signal is connected correctly.
2. TV-RF signal must not be lower than 50dB.
Picture only, no audio
1. Connect signal cable correctly.
2. Adjust volume to proper level.
3. Connect audio signal cable correctly.
4. TV-RF signal must not be lower than 50dB.
Cannot use remote control
1. Please change battery.
2. Turn off power for 10 seconds; and then restart power.
Cannot receive sufficient
channels through antenna
Please use the Channel scan function to increase the number
of channels not included in memory.
No colours
Please adjust the colour setup.
Blinking picture accompanied by
ghost image
1. Check the connection of antenna/signal cable.
2. Check if channel is in play mode.
3. Press signal source and change input mode.
Broken lines or segments
Adjust antenna.
Keep the TV away from noise sources, such as vehicles, neon
lights, and hair dryers.
Certain TV channels are blocked
(Hope to acquire some channels)
Please use the Update scan method to add the channels not
included in memory.
POWER
Overlapping images or ghost
images
Please use multi-directional outdoor antenna. (If your TV is
subject to the influence of nearby mountains or buildings).
Standby
Cannot use a function
If the item you choose turns grey, that item cannot be selected.
Mains Power
Cannot receive programs
Please use the Update scan method to add the channels not
included in memory.
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ENHANCEMENT
CONNECTIONS
2x10 W
2x10 W
CONNECTIONS
Rear Connectors
Tuner input (75 )
SCART 1 / SCART 2
PC IN :VGA and Audio cable
Component Video and L/R Audio input
SPDIF Output (Digital audio out)
AV L/R Audio Output
HDMI 1 / HDMI 2
Side Connectors
Earphone Output
AV In (Composite Audio/ Video)
S-Video
WEIGHT & DIMENSIOIN
2x10 W
WEIGHT & DIMENSION
Product Dimension
(WxDxH)
783 mm
209 mm
559 mm
904 mm
230 mm
628 mm
1009 mm
262 mm
687 mm
1125 mm
313 mm
768 mm
Net Weight
11.7 kg
15.9 kg
21.2 kg
26.8 kg
< 250 W
< 300 W
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SPECIFICATIONS
Connecting to Power
Check that the voltage marked on the product corresponds with your supply voltage.
This product is fitted with a 13A plug complying with BS1363. If this plug is unsuitable
or needs to be replaced, please note the following :
Plug Replacement
PRODUCT GUARANTEE
This product is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for a period of
If you need to replace the fitted plug.
WARNING :
Never connect live or neutral wires to the earth terminal of the plug.
Only fit an approved 13 Amp BS1363/A plug and the correct rated fuse.
If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT
This unit is a Class 1 Appliance and must be fitted
with an Earthed Plug fitted with a 13A fuse.
The wires in this mains lead are coloured as follows:
Yellow & Green-Earth
Blue-Neutral
Brown-Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
apparatus may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug,
proceed as follows:
Year
YELLOW & GREEN
(EARTH)
BLUE
(NEUTRAL)
BROWN
(LIVE)
CABLE
GRIP
The wire which is Coloured Yellow & Green must be connected to the terminal
which is marked E or the earth symbol ( ). The wire which is coloured blue must
be connected to the terminal which is marked with N or coloured blue. The wire
which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked L
or coloured brown. Always ensure that the plug cord grip is fastened correctly.
If a 13A (BS1363) fused plug is used it must be fitted with a 5A fuse conforming
to BS1362 and be ASTA approved. If in doubt contact a qualified electrician.
WASTE ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS SHOULD NOT BE
DISPOSED OF WITH HOUSEHOLD WASTE. PLEASE
RECYCLE WHERE FACILITIES EXIST. CHECK WITH
YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITY FOR RECYCLING ADVICE.
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This product is guaranteed for twelve months from the date of original purchase. Any
defect that arises due to faulty materials or workmanship will either be replaced,
refunded or repaired free of charge where possible during this period by the dealer
from whom you purchased the unit.
The guarantee is subject to the following provisions:
- The guarantee does not cover accidental damage, misuse, cabinet parts, knobs
or consumable items.
- The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with the
instructions contained in this manual.
- It must be used solely for domestic purpose.
- The guarantee will be rendered invalided if the product is re-sold or has been
damaged by inexpert repair.
- Specifications are subject to change without notice.
- The manufacturer disclaims any liability for the incidental or consequential damages.
- The guarantee is in addition to, and does not diminish your statutory or legal rights.
- In the event of a problem with the product within the guarantee period call the
customer helpline on 0845 604 0105
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