Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 8 User`s guide

BeoVision 8
Guide
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vases, are placed on the equipment.
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from the AC Mains, disconnect the mains
plug from the wall socket. The disconnect
device shall remain readily operable.
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Contents
We expect your Bang & Olufsen
retailer to deliver, install and set up
your products. However, the
information required to install and set
them up is included in the Guide.
This is useful if you move your
products or expand your system at a
later date.
Daily operation, 4
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Introducing your television and Beo4, 4
Watch TV, 6
Adjust sound and picture format, 8
Teletext, 10
Menu overview, 12
Advanced operation, 13
Find out how to operate a connected source, bring up a computer image on the
screen and operate your television in Option 4. In addition find out how to operate
an audio system, how to operate your television in a BeoLink system, and how to
disable the internal TV tuner.
Tuning and preference settings, 25
Find out how to set up your television for the first time, tune in and edit channels.
How to register additional sources and make a surround sound setup. This chapter
also contains information about settings for picture and sound.
Placement, sockets and connections, 45
Find out how to handle and place your television and where the sockets are placed.
Find out how to connect sources.
Maintenance, 53
How to clean your television and change batteries in the Beo4 remote control.
Index, 54
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Introducing your television and Beo4
4
For information about how to operate connected
equipment, refer to the Guide enclosed with it.
For information on how to add extra functions to
those shown in the Beo4 display, refer to the
Guide enclosed with Beo4.
The Beo4 remote control gives you access
to all functions. When a function is in use,
you are informed via displays on Beo4
or on the television.
Switch on the television
Switch on the television and activate the DVB HD
module as source*. Operation of the DVB HD
source is described in a separate Guide
Select channels or teletext pages. Enter data in onscreen menus
TV
LIGHT
RADIO
DTV
DVD
CD
V MEM
RECORD
A MEM
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
TEXT
0
MENU
FORMAT
DTV
0–9
Enter information in on-screen menus
Accept and store instructions or settings. Press
and hold to bring up a TV channel list
TV
TV
GO
The Beo4 display shows the source you have
selected, or extra functions available when you
press the LIST button
MENU
Bring up the main menu
TEXT
Switch on teletext
Adjust sound volume: press in the middle to mute
the sound
STOP
Step back through previous menus
EXIT
Exit all on-screen menus
Step up or down through channels or menu items
•
GO
Reveal additional functions in the Beo4 display,
such as FORMAT
LIST
LIST
STOP
*NOTE: Which button activates the DVB HD
module depends on your settings in the TUNER
SETUP menu, refer to page 24 for further
information.
EXIT
Switch the television to standby
5
Displayed information and menus
Information about the selected source is
shown in the display. On-screen menus allow
you to adjust settings.
TV SETUP
Menu name
TUNING
How to use on-screen
menus …
Press to switch on the television
Press to bring up the TV SETUP
menu
CONNECTIONS
Menu options
SOUND
PICTURE
TV
MENU LANGUAGE
MENU
Information field
select
GO
Press to move between the
different menu options
Example of on-screen menu.
Press to reveal different settings
Press to bring up a menu or store
a setting you have made
GO
Press to step back through
previous menus
STOP
Press to exit all menus
EXIT
TV
An explanation of symbols in
the Guide
Buttons on the Beo4 remote
control
Display on the Beo4 remote
control
Display on the television
TV
LIST
FORMAT
VOL 26
Watch TV
6
This chapter describes daily use of
your television: how to switch the
television on, choose a channel and
switch the television off.
The channel list gives you an
overview of all your TV channels.
Select a TV channel
Bring up a channel list
When you switch the television on, the last
channel viewed appears on the screen.
Press to switch on the television
TV
All your TV channels appear on a list, which
you can bring up on the screen. The list
contains channel numbers and names, and
can contain up to 99 TV channels.
Press a channel number to go
directly to that channel
0–9
Press to switch on the television
TV
Press and hold to bring up a
channel list on the screen
GO
Press to change channels one by
one
Press to switch the television to
standby
•
Pressing 0 swaps between the
current TV channel and previous
TV channel.
Press  or   to step between
‘pages’ in the channel list
To select a channel, enter the
channel number, or …
… press until the desired channel
is highlighted
Press to switch on the chosen
channel, or …
… press to leave the menu
NOTE! If the screen is overheated, black spots
may appear in the picture. These spots disappear
again, once the television cools down to normal
temperature.
0–9
GO
EXIT
7
CHANNEL LIST
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
SAT 1
INFOKANAL
RTL
MTV
DISCOVERY
EUROSPORT
ARD
TV4
DR1
........
ZDF
SVT 1
........
TV3
TVDK1
TVDK2
CNN
BBCWORLD
more
select
GO
The channel list provides you with an overview of
all your available TV channels.
Adjust sound and picture format
8
Several sound adjustment possibilities
are available in your television.
You can adjust the volume or mute
the sound completely at any time.
If channels are broadcasted with
different sound types or languages,
you can choose between the sound
types or languages.
If speakers are connected to your
television, you can select a speaker
combination.
While watching TV, you can adjust
the picture format.
Adjust volume or mute the sound
Sound type or language
You can adjust volume or mute the sound at
any time.
While you are watching TV, you can switch
between the types of sound that are
available.
Press either end of the button to
adjust the volume up or down
Press in the middle of the button
to mute the sound
Press either end of the button to
bring the sound back
Prolonged listening at high
volume levels can cause hearing
damage!
Press repeatedly to display
SOUND* on Beo4
LIST
Press to bring up the current
sound type in the display
GO
Press GO repeatedly to switch to
another sound type or language
in a multi-language programme
GO
Press to leave the SOUND
function
EXIT
You can store your favourite sound
type when tuning in your TV
channels. For further information,
refer to the chapter ‘Edit tuned
channels’ on page 36.
*NOTE! In order to display SOUND on Beo4, you
must first add it to the Beo4 list of functions. Refer
to the Guide enclosed with Beo4.
SOUND
9
Speaker combination
Picture format
If you connect loudspeakers to your tele­vision,
you can change the speaker combination at
any time.
Select a picture format to optimise the picture.
Press repeatedly to display
SPEAKER on Beo4
LIST
Press to select a speaker
combination
1–5
SPEAKER
LIST
Press if you want to optimise the
picture, or …
GO
… press the number of the
desired picture format
Press to adjust the balance
between the front and rear
speakers
FORMAT
1–4
If you have chosen Format 1
or Format 4 …
Press or to select variations
of this format
Press to adjust the balance
between the left and right
speakers
Press to remove SPEAKER from
the Beo4 display and return to
the source you were using
Press repeatedly to display
FORMAT on Beo4
EXIT
Speaker combinations
SPEAKER 1 … Sound in the centre speaker only.
SPEAKER 2 … Stereo sound in the front speakers.
Subwoofers are active.
SPEAKER 3 … The centre speaker, front speakers
and subwoofers are active.
SPEAKER 4 … The front speakers, surround
speakers, and subwoofers are active.
SPEAKER 5 … Surround sound from all speakers
and subwoofers.
Available speaker combinations depend on the
number of connected speakers.
NOTE! For further information about how to
connect speakers to the television, refer to the
chapter ‘Connection panels’ on page 51.
If you have chosen Format 1*
or Format 2 …
Press or to move the
picture up and down
Press to leave the FORMAT
function
*Pictures in 4:3 format cannot be
moved up and down.
EXIT
Picture formats to choose from …
FORMAT 1 … For standard TV pictures. Three
variations are available: 4:3, 15:9 and Panoramic
view (for the largest picture).
FORMAT 2 … For letter-box pictures. If necessary
move the picture up or down to ensure that
channel names or subtitles – if these appear in
the broadcasted picture – can be seen. In some
cases FORMAT 2 is selected automatically.
FORMAT 3 … For genuine 16:9 wide-screen
pictures. FORMAT 3 is usually selected
automatically. If this is not the case, you can
select it yourself.
FORMAT 4 … A video signal in Format 4 uses the
16:9 format and removes any bars at the sides.
A graphics signal, for example from a PC, in
Format 4 displays the centre part of the picture.
When displaying a graphics signal in Format 4,
you can select the left or right part of the
picture with and , respectively.
To temporarily remove the picture from the screen,
press LIST repeatedly to display P.MUTE on Beo4,
then press GO. To restore the picture again, press
any source button, such as TV.
Teletext
10
If you select a channel and the
broad­caster offers a teletext service,
the television gives you access to
teletext pages and any subpages
linked to the pages.
Teletext can be shown in dual-screen
or normal viewing mode, this means
that the teletext page either fills the
entire television screen or only half.
The arrow buttons on Beo4 and the
menu bar at the top of the screen,
help you move to the page you want.
When you get there, you can pause
the turning of subpages to read them
at your own pace.
The television can remember your
favourite pages or reveal hidden
messages. To make your favourite
teletext pages appear first when you
bring up teletext, store them as
MEMO pages.
Basic teletext functions
Navigate through teletext pages by using the
menu bar at the top of the teletext page.
PAGE MEMO
P100
BBC
HALT LARGE
REVEAL SETUP
S100
Wed 13 Oct
12:39:34
PAGE MEMO
P100
BBC
HALT
S100
LARGE REVEAL
SETUP
Wed 13 Oct
12:39:34
>Press TEXT to gain access to teletext and EXIT
to leave teletext.
To move to a new page …
>Enter the number of the page you wish to see,
or …
>… press to move the highlighted cursor to
PAGE.
>Press  or  to step between pages, and hold
to step faster.
>Pressing GO steps to index pages (100, 200,
300 …).
To enlarge the teletext page …
>Press to move the highlighted cursor to
LARGE.
>Press GO to show the upper half of the page in
double height. Press GO again to see the lower
half of the page.
>Press GO to return the teletext page to normal
size.
NOTE! If your television is linked via a BeoLink
cable to another television, stored MEMO pages
are not shared among these televisions. MEMO
pages must be stored manually on each linked
television.
To stop subpages from turning …
>Press STOP to stop subpages from turning, or…
>… move the cursor to HALT and press GO. HALT
is replaced by a set of four digits.
>Use  and  to step to the subpage you wish
to see, or …
>…  enter its number using the number buttons
on Beo4.
>Press GO to restart page turning.
To reveal hidden messages and the like …
>Press to move the highlighted cursor to
REVEAL.
>Press GO to reveal hidden text on the current
page.
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Store favourite teletext pages
PAGE MEMO1
P100
BBC
HALT
S100
LARGE REVEAL SETUP
Wed 13 Oct
12:39:34
PAGE MEMO2
P100
BBC
HALT
S100
LARGE REVEAL SETUP
Wed 13 Oct
12:39:34
Day-to-day use of MEMO pages
First time use of teletext
You may wish to refer to your teletext MEMO
pages quickly, for example, if you are leaving
for work and wish to check traffic information
on a teletext service.
To view MEMO pages …
>Press TEXT to bring up teletext.
>Press  or  to move between MEMO pages.
>Press EXIT to leave teletext.
Nine MEMO pages are available for each
television channel’s teletext service.
To create a MEMO page …
>Bring up a page you view often.
>Press  or  to move the cursor along the menu
bar to SETUP and press GO. The 9 available
MEMO slots are shown by number. The first is
highlighted.
>Press GO to store the current page. The cursor
moves to the next available MEMO slot.
>Use the number buttons on Beo4 to select the
next teletext page you wish to store.
>Repeat the procedure for each page you wish to
store.
>To leave the MEMO setup, press  or  to move
the cursor to BACK and press GO.
>Press EXIT to leave teletext.
To delete a MEMO page …
>Press  or  to move the cursor to SETUP and
press GO.
>Move the cursor to the MEMO page you wish to
delete and press the yellow button.
>Press the yellow button again to confirm.
To view teletext subtitles for a program …
If you would like available teletext subtitles to
appear automatically for a particular program,
store the teletext subtitles page as MEMO page 9.
PAGE MEMO1
P100 BBC
PAGE MEMO1
P100 BBC
HALT
S100
REC SETUP REVEAL
Wed 18 SEP 12:39:32
HALT REC SETUP REVEAL
S100
Wed 13 Oct 12:39:34
The very first time teletext is activated, it
starts in dual-screen mode. You can then
choose full-screen instead. The teletext mode
is remembered the next time you switch on
teletext.
To change viewing mode …
>Press TEXT to bring up teletext.
>Press TEXT again to switch between full-screen
and dual-screen.
>Press EXIT to leave teletext.
MEMO pages are not available in DVB teletext.
Menu overview
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The illustration on this page shows
the content of the menu system, and
also indicates where in this Guide
you can find further information
about the menus.
The extended on-screen menu system for
the television. The greyed menu items
indicate optional extras which may or may
not be present in your system.
TV SETUP SOUND TUNING ADJUSTMENT
EDIT CHANNELS p. 36
VOLUME
ADD CHANNELS p. 40
BASS
AUTO TUNING p. 40
TREBLE
MANUAL TUNING p. 38
LOUDNESS
FREQUENCY
DEFAULT AUDIO CHANNEL NO.
DEFAULT VIDEO NAME
SPEAKER TYPE FINE TUNE
DECODER
REAR
TV SYSTEM
SUBWOOFER
SOUND
SPEAKER DISTANCE CENTRE
LEFT FRONT
RIGHT FRONT
RIGHT REAR
LEFT REAR
SUBWOOFER
SPEAKER LEVEL SEQUENCE
LEFT FRONT
RIGHT FRONT
RIGHT REAR
LEFT REAR
SOUND SYSTEM Available menus also depend on the TV
tuner settings, Option setting and
connected speakers. For example, the
tuning menus are not available if the
television tuner is disabled.
Press MENU on Beo4 to access the main
menu.
PLAY TIMER p. 20
CONNECTIONS p. 28
AV 1
SOURCE
IR SOCKET
STB SETUP HDMI
S/P-DIF
AV 2
SOURCE
IR SOCKET
STB SETUP STANDBY OPTIONS p. 29
HDMI
BRIGHTNESS
YPBPR
CONTRAST
S/P-DIF
COLOUR
AV 3
TINT
SOURCE
HOR. SIZE
IR SOCKET
HOR. POSITION
VERT. POSITION
STB SETUP HDMI
STANDBY OPTIONS
MENU LANGUAGE YPBPR
VGA
S/P-DIF
AV4
SOURCE
IR SOCKET
STB SETUP
HDMI
S/P-DIF
LINK
FREQUENCY p. 23
TV SYSTEM p. 23
MODULATOR p. 23
STANDBY OPTIONS
TUNER SETUP TV TUNER
DVB HD
p. 24
p. 43
p. 43
p. 30
FRONT
PICTURE STANDBY OPTIONS
p. 43
DANSK
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
p. 31
p. 32
p. 34
p. 42
p. 44
Advanced operation
This chapter tells you how to operate
a connected source, how to use your
television as a computer monitor, and
how to operate your television with
an audio system and in a BeoLink
system. It also tells you how to
disable the internal TV tuner.
Daily operation, 4
Find out how to use the Beo4 remote control, bring up the menus on the screen,
operate the daily functions of your television and how to adjust sound and picture
format. In addition, find an overview of the on-screen menu system.
Advanced operation, 13
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Use connected video equipment with Beo4, 14
Use your television as a computer monitor, 16
Two televisions in the same room, 17
Connect and operate an audio system, 18
BeoVision in a link room, 20
BeoLink – Distribute sound and picture, 22
TV tuner, 24
Tuning and preference settings, 25
Find out how to set up your television for the first time, tune in and edit channels.
How to register additional sources and make a surround sound setup. This chapter
also contains information about settings for picture and sound.
Placement, sockets and connections, 45
Find out how to handle and place your television and where the sockets are placed.
Find out how to connect sources.
Maintenance, 53
How to clean your television and change batteries in the Beo4 remote control.
Index, 54
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Use connected video equipment with Beo4
14
The built-in Peripheral Unit Controller
acts as an interpreter between
connected video equipment, such as
a set-top box, video recorder or DVD
player, and the Beo4 remote control.
You can use the Beo4 remote control
to gain access to the channels and
functions offered by your equipment.
Some functions are available via Beo4
when you switch on the equipment.
Additional functions are available
through a Peripheral Unit Controller
menu that you bring up on the
screen.
For instruction in the various
functions offered by your equipment,
please refer to the product’s own
user’s guide.
For further information about
supported equipment, contact your
Bang & Olufsen retailer.
NOTE: Which source button activates your
peripheral unit depends on the tuner setup and
settings in the CONNECTIONS menu, refer to
page 24 and 28 for further information.
Peripheral Unit Controller menu
Buttons on the remote controls included with
your equipment may not match those on
Beo4. To see which Beo4 buttons activate
specific services or functions, bring up the
Peripheral Unit Controller menu on the
screen.
Press a source button* to switch
on connected equipment
TV
DTV
Press to bring up the Peripheral
Unit Controller menu
MENU
Press the number button that
activates the function you want,
or …
1–9
… press one of the coloured
buttons to activate a function
When you have selected a settop box as a source, press MENU
twice to bring up the television’s
main menu.
1
GUIDE
2
MENU
3
TEXT
4
INFO
5
WIDE
1
GUIDE
2
MENU
3
TEXT
4
INFO
5
WIDE
Example of a Peripheral Unit Controller menu – The
Beo4 buttons are shown to the left on the menu,
and the functions they control are shown to the
right. The menu may also list buttons on the remote
control included with your connected equipment.
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Universal Beo4 operation
Use equipment menus
Use equipment in a link room
If you know which Beo4 button activates the
function you want, you can activate the
function without bringing up the Peripheral
Unit Controller menu first.
Once you have activated connected
equipment, you can operate its own menus
with Beo4.
When you have connected equipment to the
television in the main room, you can operate
it via the link room television. However, the
Peripheral Unit Controller menu cannot be
displayed on the television screen in the link
room.
While your equipment is on …
Press GO and then the number
GO
button that activates the
1–9
function you want
While equipment menus are
shown …
Moves the cursor up or down
Press to switch on equipment in
the main room
V MEM
DVD
DTV
Press GO and then the number
button that activates the
function you want
GO
1–9
Moves the cursor left or right
Press one of the coloured
buttons to activate a function
Press GO and then  or   to
step up or down through
channels directly
GO
Press and hold GO to bring
up the Program guide or the
‘Now/Next’ banner on the screen
depending on your source
GO
If you have chosen the standby
option ‘MANUAL CONTROL’, see
page 29, and your set-top box
supports it, you can switch the
box on by pressing GO + 0.
Selects and activates a function
GO
GO
Press GO and then  or   to
step between menu pages or
step in channel lists
GO
Exits menus, or returns to
a previous menu*
STOP
Exits menus, enters or exits
different modes, such as radio
EXIT
Use the coloured buttons as
indicated in the menus of your
connected equipment
*Depending on your source, you
may have to press EXIT twice
instead of STOP to return to a
previous menu.
Press one of the coloured
buttons to activate a function
Use your television as a computer monitor
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If you connect your television to a
computer, as described on page 49,
you can use it as a monitor.
IMPORTANT! If you wish to connect a
computer to the television and use the
tele­vision as a monitor, make sure that you
disconnect the television, the computer,
and all equipment connected to the
computer from the mains before you
connect the computer and the television
to each other.
When in use, the computer must be
connected to a grounded wall outlet as
specified in the computer’s setting-up
instructions.
Bring up the computer image on the screen
To see the computer picture on the television
screen, you must bring it up with Beo4.
To bring up the computer
picture …
Press repeatedly until PC*
appears in the Beo4 display
Press to bring up the picture
You can then operate the
computer as you normally would.
*In order to display PC on Beo4,
you must first add it to the Beo4
list of functions. For further
information, refer to the Guide
enclosed with Beo4.
LIST
PC
GO
The television supports the following screen
resolutions: 60 Hz; 640 × 480, 800 × 600,
1024 × 768, 1280 × 720.
Two televisions in the same room
If you have placed your BeoVision 8
in a room where you already have a
Bang & Olufsen television, and
commands from Beo4 can be
received by both televisions, you
must change the option setting of
BeoVision 8. This prevents
simultaneous activation of both
televisions.
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One remote control for both televisions
For your television to function properly, it is
essential that the television is set to the
correct Option:
To set your television for Option 4 …
>While holding the • button on Beo4, press LIST.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display V.OPT on Beo4
and press 4.
Operate your television in Option 4 …
Normally, you can activate a source, such as TV,
simply by pressing the relevant source button on
Beo4. However, when you set your television to
Option 4, you must do the following:
>Press LIST repeatedly until LINK* is shown in
the Beo4 display.
>Press a source button, such as TV.
*In order to display LINK on Beo4, you must add it to
the Beo4 list of functions. For further information,
refer to the Guide enclosed with Beo4.
BeoVision 8
Option 4
LIST
LINK
TV
TV
In order to use teletext on a television you have set
to Option 4, you must set up Beo4 to ‘VIDEO 3’,
but this limits the Beo4 functions that can be used
with televisions set to other Options. For further
information, refer to the Guide enclosed with
Beo4.
Connect and operate an audio system
18
If your television is equipped with the
optional System Module and you
connect a compatible audio system,
you obtain the benefits of an
integrated audio/video system.
Play a CD on your audio system using
the television speakers, or switch on
a TV programme and send the sound
to your audio system 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.
Connect your audio system
Using a Master Link cable, connect the MASTER
LINK sockets on the television and the audio
system.
Option 2
Option 0
Option setting
If your television has been set up in an AV system,
you may need to set it to the correct Option.
Switch the entire system to standby.
Option setting for the television
>While holding the • button on Beo4, press LIST.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display V.OPT on Beo4
and then key in the appropriate number (1 or 2).
Option setting for the audio system
>Repeat the procedure as described above.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display A.OPT on Beo4
and then key in the appropriate number (0, 1, 2,
5 or 6).
In one room – all speakers are connected to the
television.
Option 1
Option 1
The television and audio system in the same room.
Option 2
Option 2
Audio system in one room, and the tele­vision in
another.
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Use an integrated 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, and also record video sound on the
audio system.
Video sound recording
If you listen to sound from your television on your
Bang & Olufsen audio system’s speakers, and your
audio system has a tape recorder, you can record
television sound on the audio tape recorder. Refer
to the Guide enclosed with your audio system for
further information.
*NOTE! In order to display AV on Beo4, you must
first add it to the Beo4 list of functions. For further
information, refer to the Guide enclosed with
Beo4.
LIST
LIST
AV
AV
TV
CD
To listen to sound from a television source on your
audio system speakers without switching on the
screen, press LIST repeatedly to display AV* on
Beo4, and then press a source button, such as TV.
To listen to audio sound on the television speakers,
press LIST repeatedly to display AV* on Beo4, and
then press an audio source button, such as CD.
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BeoVision in a link room
If your television is equipped with the
optional System Module and you
choose to use your television in a link
room, you can operate all connected
systems through the television.
For your entire system to function
properly, it is essential that the link
room television is set to the correct
Option before you connect it to the
system in the main room.
You must follow the procedure
described below when you connect
your television for use in a link room:
1 Connect the link room television to
the mains.
2 Using the Beo4 remote control,
program the link room television
to Option 6*.
3 Disconnect the link room television
from the mains.
4 Make the link and aerial
connections.
5 Reconnect the link room television
to the mains.
Option setting
To set the link room television to the correct
Option …
>While holding the • button, press LIST.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display V.OPT on Beo4
and press 6*.
Timer Play in link room
If your television is placed in the link room, it can
be part of a Timer Play programmed on your main
room system.
To make your television part of a Timer Play …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight PLAY TIMER.
>Press GO to bring up the PLAY TIMER menu.
TIMER ON/OFF is already high­lighted.
> Press or to reveal ON.
> Press GO to store the setting.
Main room
Link room
Option 6*
*If you connect the television for use in a link room
where other link systems are already connected,
you must set the television to Option 5 instead.
PLAY TIMER
TIMER
ON
store
GO
NOTE! If your BeoVision 8 is linked to a video
master with the possibility of programming a
Timer Play, the Timer Play can be executed on
BeoVision 8.
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Link room operation
Use sources present only in one of the
rooms …
>Press the button for the source you wish to use;
operate the selected source as usual.
Use a main room source – present in both
rooms …
>Press LIST repeatedly on Beo4 until LINK* is
shown in the display.
>Press the button for the source you wish to use;
operate the source as usual.
Use a link room source – present in both
rooms …
>Press the button for the source you wish to use;
operate the source as usual.
Listen to stereo sound in your link room …
Usually sound distributed from a main room video
source, such as a set-top box, to the link room is
transmitted in mono. However, you can select
stereo sound:
>Press TV or DTV to switch on the television.
>Press LIST repeatedly until AV* is shown in the
Beo4 display.
>Press DTV to activate a source connected to the
main room system, such as a set-top box.
Main room
Link room
While using this function, distribution of other
main room sources to other link room systems is
not possible. You can only listen to stereo sound if
your television is set for Option 6.
*In order to display LINK and AV on Beo4, you
must first add them to the Beo4 list of functions.
For further information, refer to the Guide
enclosed with Beo4.
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BeoLink – Distribute sound and picture
The BeoLink system makes it possible
to distribute picture and/or sound to
other rooms throughout the house.
Link connections
If you have a BeoLink distribution
system installed, and your television
is equipped with the optional System
Module, you can either use your
television in the main room, such as a
living room, or in a link room, such as
a study or bedroom.
MASTER
LINK
AERIAL
To the MASTER LINK socket on the
link room system
RF OUT
Video signal distribution to link
rooms
RF Link
Amplifier
The main room system must be connected to
the link room system with a Master Link
cable.
>Connect the Master Link cable to the MASTER
LINK socket on the television.
>If you want to distribute video signals as well,
connect an ordinary aerial cable to the socket
marked ‘RF OUT’ on the tele­vision. Then run the
aerial cable to the RF Link Amplifier and the
Master Link cable to the link room and follow
the instructions enclosed with the link room
equipment.
If an audio system is already connected to the
MASTER LINK socket and you wish to connect
more equipment, then the Master Link cable must
be split in two and joined with the cable from the
link room using a special junction box. Contact
your Bang & Olufsen retailer for assistance.
Digital signals cannot be distributed from a main
room television to the link room system.
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System modulator
If your link room is an audio setup, for example, a
BeoLink Active/Passive, and you choose to set up
a non-linkable TV in the same room, you must set
the system modulator to ON, as described below.
The factory setting is AUTO, which must be used if
you use a linkable Bang & Olufsen TV.
LINK
FREQUENCY
599
TV SYSTEM
B/G
MODULATOR
AUTO
To switch on the system modulator …
store GO
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
The LINK menu is only available when a local TV
and press to highlight CONNECTIONS.
>Press GO to bring up the CONNECTIONS menu
source is selected.
and press to highlight LINK.
>Press GO to bring up the LINK menu, and press
Link frequency
to highlight MODULATOR.
If, for example, a TV channel in your area is
>Press  or  to reveal ON.
broadcasted on the same frequency as the
>Press GO to store the setting, or …
BeoLink system uses, 599 MHz, you must tune the
>… press EXIT to leave all menus without storing. system modulator to an unused frequency. When
you change the link frequency in the main room
system, you may have to change the link
frequency in the link room system accordingly.
To change the link frequency …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight CONNECTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the CONNECTIONS menu
and press to highlight LINK.
>Press GO to bring up the LINK menu,
FREQUENCY is already highlighted.
>Press  or  or 0 – 9 to find an unused
frequency.
>Press GO to store the setting, or …
>… press EXIT to leave all menus without storing.
Recommended setups
If your television is the video master of a BeoLink
setup, we recommend that a BeoCenter 2 or DVD 2
is connected to the AV1 socket and HDR 2 must
be connected to the AV4 socket.
Simultaneous sources:
While watching one source on the television
screen in the main room, you can either record a
different source or distribute one other source to a
link room.
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Tuner setup
You may choose to disable the TV
tuner, if your television source is the
DVB HD or a peripheral unit, such as
a set-top box. If you disable the TV
tuner, you activate DVB HD by means
of the TV button and you can activate
a peripheral unit by means of the
DTV button. If you also disable the
DVB HD tuner, you can activate a
connected peripheral unit acting as
tuner wither either the TV button or
the DTV button.
To disable the internal tuner …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNER SETUP.
>Press GO to bring up the TUNER SETUP menu,
TV TUNER is already highlighted.
>Press  or  to switch between the setting ON
or OFF.
>Press to highlight DVB HD.
>Press  or  to switch between the setting ON
or OFF.
>Press GO to store the settings, or …
>… press EXIT to leave all menus without storing.
Important! If you have connected a Bang & Olufsen
hard disc recorder to your television, it is
recommended not to disable the TV tuner.
TUNER SETUP
TV TUNER
ON
DVB HD
ON
store
GO
Tuning and preference settings
Find out how to perform the firsttime setup procedure and tune in all
available channels automatically. In
addition, you can find information
about how to edit tuned channels
and adjust other available settings,
such as picture and sound.
For information about how to place
your television and connect
additional video equipment, refer to
the chapter ‘Placement, sockets and
connections’ on page 45.
Daily operation, 4
Find out how to use the Beo4 remote control, bring up the menus on the screen,
operate the daily functions of your television and how to adjust sound and picture
format. In addition, find an overview of the on-screen menu system.
Advanced operation, 13
Find out how to operate a connected source, bring up a computer image on the
screen and operate your television in Option 4. In addition find out how to operate
an audio system, how to operate your television in a BeoLink system, and how to
disable the internal TV tuner.
Tuning and preference settings, 25
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First-time setup of your television, 26
Register additional video equipment, 28
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound, 30
Edit tuned channels, 36
Re-tune or add channels, 40
Adjust picture and sound settings, 42
Choose menu language, 44
Placement, sockets and connections, 45
Find out how to handle and place your television and where the sockets are placed.
Find out how to connect sources.
Maintenance, 53
How to clean your television and change batteries in the Beo4 remote control.
Index, 54
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First-time setup of your television
26
The setup procedure described here is
activated when the television is
connected to the mains and switched
on for the first time. You are led
through an automatic series of onscreen menus in which you must
register the extra equipment you
have connected and loudspeakers.
If you change your setup at a later
date, you can access the same menus
and update your settings.
For information on setting up and
operating DVB HD, refer to the
separate Guide.
First-time setup of your television has four
main steps: registration of all connected
equipment, tuning of channels, loudspeaker
setup and sound adjustment. However, which
menus appear depends on whether or not
the TV tuner is enabled and whether or not
you have connected additional speakers to
the television.
The CONNECTIONS menu also varies
according to the Option programming of
your television, described on page 20 and
whether the television is equipped with the
optional System Module or not.
MENU LANGUAGE
TUNER
CONNECTIONS
AUTO TUNING TV
SPEAKER TYPES
SPEAKER DISTANCE
SPEAKER LEVEL
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
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The sequence of menus in first-time setup:
MENU LANGUAGE … You can select the
language for on-screen menus. The text on the
screen changes as you move from language to
language. For further information, refer to the
chapter ‘Choose menu language’ on page 44.
TUNER … In this menu you can disable the
internal TV tuner and make DVB HD your main
television source, and you can disable the DVB
HD module to let a peripheral unit (set-top box)
be your DTV television source.
CONNECTIONS … Select the type of equipment
you have connected to each socket, the sockets
used, the product name, and the source name.
For further information about the
CONNECTIONS menu, refer to the chapter
‘Register additional video equipment’ on page 28.
AUTO TUNING … When you have registered your
connected equipment, a menu for channel
tuning automatically appears on the screen.
Press GO to start auto tuning. The television
tunes in all available channels. For further
information about tuning TV channels, refer to
the chapter ‘Re-tune or add channels’ on page
40.
SPEAKER TYPES … In this menu, you select which
Bang & Olufsen speakers are connected. For
further information about the SPEAKER TYPES
menu, refer to page 30 in the chapter
‘Loudspeaker setup – surround sound’.
SPEAKER DISTANCE … Enter the straight-line
distances from each speaker to your listening
position. For further information about the
SPEAKER DISTANCE menu, refer to page 31 in
the chapter ‘Loudspeaker setup – surround
sound’.
SPEAKER LEVEL … In this menu, you are to
calibrate the sound level for the connected
speakers. A calibration sound is produced
alternately in each speaker. Adjust the sound
level from all the connected speakers to match
the sound level from the centre speaker. You
can choose whether you want the sound
sequence to occur automatically or manually.
For further information about the SPEAKER
LEVEL menu, refer to page 32 in the chapter
‘Loudspeaker setup – surround sound’.
SOUND ADJUSTMENT … Adjust sound
characteristics, such as volume, bass, treble and
loudness. In addition, you can preset two
default speaker combinations; one to be used
each time you switch on a video source in your
television, and one to be used each time you
switch on an audio source connected to your
television. You can still select a different speaker
combination any time you wish. For further
information about the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu, refer to the chapter ‘Adjust picture and
sound settings’ on page 42.
For information about where and how to connect
extra equipment, refer to ‘Register additional
video equipment’ on page 28 and the chapter
‘Connection panels’ on page 50.
Register additional video equipment
28
If you connect additional video
equipment to your television, you
must register the equipment in the
CONNECTIONS menu.
When the system is first set up, the
equipment connected at that
particular moment is detected by the
television, and the CONNECTIONS
menu appears automatically on the
screen. If you connect equipment at
a later date, on a permanent basis,
then you must register this
equipment in the CONNECTIONS
menu.
For information about where and
how to connect extra equipment,
refer to the previous pages and the
chapter ‘Connection panels’ on page
50.
What is connected?
Registering the equipment connected to the
television enables you to activate it with the
Beo4 remote control.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
>Press  to highlight CONNECTIONS.
>Press GO to bring up the CONNECTIONS menu.
>Press  or   to step between the different
socket groups: AV1, AV2, AV3 and possibly AV4.
>Press GO to be able to register a connected
product to the highlighted socket group.
>Press  or   to move between sockets in the
group.
>Press  or   to register what you have
connected to the highlighted socket.
>Press GO to be able to select another socket
group.
>Press STOP to back up through previous menus
or press EXIT to exit all menus directly.
AV2
SOURCE
V. MEM
IR SOCKET
NONE
HDMI
NONE
YPbPr
NO
S/P-DIF
NONE
store
GO
If you register a source to a socket and do not assign
an IR socket to this source, a sub-menu opens
where you must choose between, for example,
Bang & Olufsen and Non-Bang & Olufsen products.
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When you have connected additional video
equipment to your television, you must also
‘tell’ the system what is connected.
What’s on the AV1 – AV4 menu …
SOURCE … Select the source you have connected.
The option you select indicates which remote
control button switches on the source. For
example, a source registered as V.MEM is
switched on when you press the V MEM button.
V.MEM … If you have connected a Bang &
Olufsen video recorder or any other video
recorder.
DVD … If you have connected a DVD player.
DTV … If you have connected a set-top box
registered as DTV.
V.AUX … If you have connected a set-top box
or other equipment registered as V.AUX.
DECODER … If you have connected a decoder.
PC … For a connected PC.
NONE … If no equipment is connected.
IR SOCKET … If the equipment connected to this
socket is controlled via IR, select which socket
the IR controller is connected to; PUC1, PUC2,
PUC3 or PUC4.
HDMI … Indicates whether or not the equipment
is connected to the television via one of the
HDMI sockets. Select the appropriate socket: A
or B.
S/P-DIF … Indicates whether or not the
equipment is connected to the television via
one of the SPDIF sockets. Select the appropriate
socket: 1 or 2.
(YPbPr) … Indicates whether or not the
equipment is connected to the television via the
YPbPr sockets. Options are YES and NO. Only
available in the AV2 and AV3 menus, and can
only be registered in one of these menus at any
time.
(VGA) … Indicates whether or not the equipment
is connected via the VGA socket. Options are
YES and NO. Only available in the AV3 menu.
While it is possible to register your equipment
under any of the available source names, the
names you select affect how you can use your
sources.
Automatic standby …
When you register a set-top box in the
CONNECTIONS menu, you can also select a
‘standby setting’ time for your set-top box. This
means that you can select if the connected set-top
box should switch to standby automatically.
The options are:
OFF AT SOURCE CHANGE … The set-top box is
switched on when selected, and off when
another source is selected.
OFF AT TV STANDBY … The set-top box is switched
on when selected, and off when the television is
switched off.
ALWAYS ON … The set-top box is always on and
never switched off.
MANUAL CONTROL … The set-top box is not
switched on and off automatically. You switch it
on and off manually by means of the Beo4
remote control.
DTV SETUP
SELECTOR
NOKIA 9800S/025
NOKIA 9602S
NOKIA 9820t
NOKIA 9200
PACE DTR730-IM
select
GO
If you have connected a set-top box, you will be
prompted to select your set-top box from an
onscreen list when you select an IR socket in the
CONNECTIONS menu.
If a source is connected to the HDMI socket, some
video functions are affected:
– You cannot distribute sound or picture from a
HD source to a product in a link room, unless
your HD equipment also provides a Standard
Definition (SD) signal
– You cannot record an HD source, unless your HD
equipment also provides a Standard Definition
(SD) signal.
NOTE! Contents of the CONNECTIONS menu
depend on whether the television is equipped
with the optional System Module or not.
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
30
Add four Power Link speakers and a
BeoLab subwoofer to your setup and
you have a surround sound system.
A surround sound setup fits easily
into your living room. Let the picture
determine your ideal listening and
viewing position. You get the best
sound experience in the area created
by the speakers.
Select speaker types
Connect the loud­speakers to the Power Link
sockets on the television. Refer to the Guide
enclosed with the loud­speakers for specific
information about how to set them up. Refer
to ‘Connection panels’ on page 51 for
information about the Power Link sockets.
Remember to set the L–R–LINE switch on both the
front and rear set of speakers to L or R (left and
right sound channel) to indicate their position in
each set. Set the left speakers to L and the right
speakers to R.
To register the speaker types …
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press  to highlight SOUND.
>Press GO to bring up the SOUND menu and
press  to highlight SPEAKER TYPE.
>Press GO to bring up the SPEAKER TYPE menu.
>Press  or   to reveal your speaker type and  to
move on to the next speaker set. Choose NONE
if no speakers are connected.
>If you have a BeoLab subwoofer, press  to
move the cursor to SUBWOOFER and press  to
change the field to YES.
>Press GO to store or EXIT to leave the menu
without storing.
SPEAKER TYPE
FRONT
BEOLAB 8000
REAR
BEOLAB 4
SUBWOOFER
YES
store
GO
Always select your most powerful speakers as
front speakers.
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Set speaker distance
Switch on the television from your favourite
viewing position. Enter the straight-line
distances in metres between your position
and the individual speakers.
SPEAKER DISTANCE
CENTRE
1.0 M
LEFT FRONT
1.0 M
RIGHT FRONT
1.0 M
RIGHT REAR
1.0 M
LEFT REAR
1.0 M
SUBWOOFER
1.0 M
store
LEFT FRONT
CENTRE
GO
To set the speaker distances …
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight SOUND.
>Press GO to bring up the SOUND menu and
press to highlight SPEAKER DISTANCE.
>Press GO to bring up the SPEAKER DISTANCE
menu.
>Press  or  to move the cursor from speaker
to speaker and press  or  to select the
approximate straight-line distance in metres
between your viewing position and each of the
speakers.
>When you have entered the appropriate speaker
distances, press GO to store or press EXIT to
leave the menu without storing.
RIGHT FRONT
LEFT REAR
RIGHT REAR
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Calibrate the sound level
When you have connected speakers in a
surround sound setup to the television, you
must perform a speaker calibration.
A calibration sound is produced alternately in
each of the speakers you have connected in
your surround sound setup. Your task is to
adjust the sound level from all the connected
speakers to match the sound level from the
centre speaker. You can choose whether you
want the sound sequence to occur
automatically or manually.
Once you have performed your speaker
calibration, you will only need to re-calibrate
the speaker sound if you make changes to the
setup, for example, if you move one or more
of the speakers.
To calibrate the sound level …
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight SOUND.
>Press GO to bring up the SOUND menu and
press to highlight SPEAKER LEVEL.
>Press GO to bring up the SPEAKER LEVEL menu.
SEQUENCE is highlighted.
>Press  or  to choose between AUTOMATIC
and MANUAL.
>Press  or  to adjust the speaker sound and
 or  to move to another speaker.
>When you have adjusted the sound for all the
speakers in your surround sound setup, press
GO to store or press EXIT to leave the menu
without storing.
SPEAKER LEVEL
SEQUENCE
AUTOMATIC
LEFT FRONT
........
RIGHT FRONT
........
RIGHT REAR
........
LEFT REAR
........
store
GO
It is not necessary to calibrate subwoofer sound in
a surround sound setup.
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Choose a speaker combination
While you are watching a movie or
programme, you can choose the speaker
combination you wish to switch on, provided
that the various sound modes are available in
your system.
The television may switch on a speaker
combination automatically. This happens if a
programme or DVD contains information
about the number of speakers to be switched
on. You are still free to choose the speaker
combination you prefer.
To choose a speaker combination …
>Press LIST on Beo4 until SPEAKER is shown in
the Beo4 display.
>Press the number of the speaker combination
you want. The selected speakers cut in
automatically.
>If you want to adjust the sound balance for the
programme you are watching, press  or  to
adjust the balance between the external front
and rear speakers, and press  or  to adjust
the balance between the left and right speakers.
>Press EXIT to remove SPEAKER from the Beo4
display and to return to the source you were
using.
Speaker combinations
SPEAKER 1 … Sound in the centre speaker only.
SPEAKER 2 … Stereo sound in the front speakers.
Subwoofers are active.
SPEAKER 3 … The centre speaker, front speakers
and subwoofers are active.
SPEAKER 4 … The front speakers, surround
speakers, and subwoofers are active.
SPEAKER 5 … Surround sound from all speakers
and subwoofers.
If you only have connected a pair of front speakers
to the television, you can only choose SPEAKER 1–3.
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
See the name of the active sound system
You can see the name of the active sound
system for a source or programme on the
screen. The menu shows both the input
format and the output format. However, it is
not possible to adjust or preset a sound
system.
To see the active sound system …
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight SOUND.
>Press GO to bring up the SOUND menu and
press to highlight SOUND SYSTEM.
>Press GO to bring up the SOUND SYSTEM
menu.
SOUND SYSTEM
INPUT FORMAT:
MONO /STEREO
OUTPUT FORMAT:
STEREO
SPEAKER 1
accept
GO
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Edit tuned channels
36
If automatic tuning of all channels
have not stored the channels on your
preferred channel numbers or has
not named all the stored channels
automatically, you can rearrange the
order in which the channels appear
and provide them with a name of
your own choice
If the tuned channels require
additional editing, such as fine tuning,
use the MANUAL TUNING menu.
Move or delete tuned channels
At any time, you can move or delete any
tuned TV channels you do not want.
Move channels …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
TUNING is already highlighted.
>Press GO to bring up the TUNING menu. EDIT
CHANNELS is already highlighted.
>Press GO to bring up the EDIT CHANNELS
menu.
>Press  or   to select the channel you wish to
move.
>Press  once to be able to move the channel.
The channel is now moved out of the list.
>Press  or   to move the channel to the
desired channel number.
>Press  to make the channel move back into the
list or change places with the channel which
occupies the desired channel number.
>Now, move the channel which you changed
places with to an empty channel number or to a
number already occupied and repeat the
procedure.
>When you have moved the relevant channels,
press STOP to back up through all menus, or
press EXIT to exit all menus.
EDIT CHANNELS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
INFOKANAL
........
DISCOVERY
DR1
TV2
........
........
ZDF
NRK
TV4
move
move
delete
Delete channels …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
TUNING is already highlighted.
>Press GO to bring up the TUNING menu. EDIT
CHANNELS is already highlighted.
>Press GO to bring up the EDIT CHANNELS
menu.
>Press  or   to move to the channel you wish
to delete.
>Press  to move the channel out of the list.
>Press the yellow button to be able to delete the
channel – the channel is then shown in red.
>Press the yellow button again to finally delete
the channel, or press  twice to move the
channel back into the list.
>When you have deleted the relevant channels,
press EXIT to exit all menus.
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Name tuned channels
The EDIT CHANNELS menu also allows you to
name all channels yourself.
Name channels …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
TUNING is already highlighted.
>Press GO to bring up the TUNING menu. EDIT
CHANNELS is already highlighted.
>Press GO to bring up the EDIT CHANNELS
menu.
>Press  or   to select the channel you wish to
name.
>Press the green button to be able to name the
channel. The naming menu is now activated.
>Press  or   to find the individual characters in
the name.
>Press  to move to the next character. Use
 and  , or  and   to enter or edit all the
characters in the name you choose.
>Press GO to store the name.
>If necessary, repeat the procedure and name
other channel numbers.
>When you have named the relevant channels,
press GO to accept your edited list, or press
EXIT to exit all menus.
EDIT CHANNELS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
INFOKANAL
B B
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV 4
character
next
accept
GO
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>> Edit tuned channels
Adjust tuned TV channels – manual tuning
You can store TV channels on channel
numbers of their own. Fine tune the channel
reception, indicate the presence of coded
channels and choose appropriate sound types
for the individual channels.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
TUNING is already highlighted.
>Press GO to bring up the TUNING menu and
press to highlight MANUAL TUNING.
>Press GO to bring up the MANUAL TUNING
menu.
>Press  or   to move between items on the
menu.
>Press  or   to view your choices for each item.
>If you choose NAME, then press the green button
to start the naming procedure. Use  or   and
 to enter the characters in the name you
choose.
>When you have finished editing, press GO to
store the adjusted channel.
>Press EXIT to exit all menus.
The item TV SYSTEM appears on the menu, then
make sure that the correct broadcast system is
displayed before you begin tuning.
If channels are broadcasted with two languages
and you want both languages, you can store the
channel twice, once with each language.
Even though you store a type of sound/language,
you can switch between the various types while
watching a TV channel. For further information,
refer to the chapter ‘Adjust sound and picture
format’ on page 8.
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MANUAL TUNING
FREQUENCY
217
CHANNEL NO.
7
NAME
DR1
FINE TUNE
0
DECODER
OFF
TV SYSTEM
B/G
SOUND
STEREO
search
store
GO
Re-tune or add channels
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You can make your television find
your TV channels for you.
Preset up to 99 different TV channels
on channel numbers of their own
and give each channel a distinct
name.
You can tune in new channels, for
example, if you move – or re-tune
previously deleted channels.
When tuning in channels via the ADD
CHANNEL menu, your previously
tuned channels are left unchanged.
This allows you to keep channel
names, their order in the TV list, and
any special settings you may have
stored for those channels, such as
decoder or broadcast system settings.
Re-tune via automatic tuning
You can re-tune all your TV channels by
letting the television tune in all the channels
automatically.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
TUNING is already highlighted.
>Press GO to bring up the TUNING menu and
press  to highlight AUTO TUNING.
>Press GO to bring up the AUTO TUNING menu.
>Press  to start auto tuning.
>Once auto tuning is completed, the EDIT
CHANNELS menu appears. You can then
rearrange the channel order, delete channels or
rename them.
AUTO TUNING
.....................................................................
1 ............
start
Please note: If you re-tune all your TV channels,
all channel settings, you have made, disappear!
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Add new channels
You can add a new channel or update a tuned
channel which, for example, has been moved
by the broadcaster.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
TUNING is already highlighted.
>Press GO to bring up the TUNING menu and
press  to highlight ADD CHANNEL.
>Press GO to bring up the ADD CHANNEL menu.
>Press  to start. New channels are added
automatically as they are found.
>When tuning is completed and new channels
have been added, the EDIT CHANNELS menu
appears. You can then rearrange the channel
order, delete channels or rename them. The
cursor highlights the first new channel of those
just added to the list.
If a channel is stored on Channel no. 99, you
cannot activate the ADD CHANNELS function.
ADD CHANNELS
.....................................................................
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
............
............
CNN
N3
............
SAT 1
SVT 2
NRK
TV4
18 . . . . . . . . . . . .
start
Adjust picture and sound settings
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Picture and sound settings are preset
from the factory to neutral values
which suit most viewing and listening
situations. However, if you wish, you
can adjust these settings to your
liking.
Adjust picture brightness, colour or
contrast. Sound settings include
volume, bass and treble.
Store your picture and sound settings
temporarily – until your television is
switched off – or store them
permanently.
For information about how to change
the picture format, refer page 9.
Change brightness, colour or contrast
Adjust the picture settings via the PICTURE
menu. Temporary settings are cancelled
when you switch off the television.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press  to highlight PICTURE.
>Press GO to bring up the PICTURE menu.
>Press  or   to move through menu items.
>Press  or   to adjust the values.
>Press EXIT to store your settings until you
switch off the television, or …
>… press GO to store your settings permanently.
To temporarily remove the picture from the screen,
press LIST repeatedly to display P.MUTE on Beo4,
then press GO. To restore the picture again, press
any source button, such as TV.
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
...............
CONTRAST
...............
COLOUR
...............
TINT
...............
SIZE
...............
select
GO
When signals are sent in format 1080p or 1080i,
the menu item SIZE is available in the picture
menu.
What’s on the PICTURE menu …
BRIGHTNESS … Adjusts the picture brightness.
CONTRAST … Adjusts the contrast level in the
picture.
COLOUR … Adjusts the colour intensity in the
picture.
(SIZE) … If you experience any irregularities along
the edges of the picture, select SIZE and adjust.
If a source, such as a PC, is connected via the VGA
socket, the following options appear:
HOR. SIZE … Adjusts the width of the picture.
VERT. SIZE … Adjusts the height of the picture.
HOR. POSITION … Adjusts the position of the
picture horisontally.
VERT. POSITION … Adjusts the position of the
picture vertically.
For video sources using the NTSC signal, a further
option – Tint (colour shade or nuance) – will be
available for adjustment.
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Sound adjustments
Sound settings are preset at the factory to
neutral values which suit most listening
situations. However, if you wish, you can
adjust these settings to your liking.
You can preset levels for sound volume, bass,
treble and a connected BeoLab subwoofer.
You can switch the loudness feature on or off.
The loudness feature compensates for the
human ear’s lack of sensitivity to high and
low frequencies. These frequencies are
boosted at low volume levels so that low
music becomes more dynamic.
In addition you can preset two default
speaker combinations; one to be used each
time you switch on a video source in your
system, and one to be used each time you
switch on an audio source connected to your
system. You can still select a different speaker
combination any time you wish, refer to page
9 for further information.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight SOUND.
>Press GO to bring up the SOUND menu,
ADJUSTMENT is highlighted already.
>Press GO to bring up the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu.
>Press  or  to select an item to adjust.
>Press  or  to adjust the values or choose a
setting.
>Press  or  to move through menu items.
>Press EXIT to store your settings until you
switch off your television.
>Press GO to store your settings permanently.
SOUND
VOLUME
...............
BASS
...............
TREBLE
...............
LOUDNESS
OFF
DEFAULT VIDEO
3
DEFAULT AUDIO
2
store
GO
The contents of the SOUND menu varies according
to what you have connected to the television.
What’s on the SOUND menu …
VOLUME … Adjusts the volume level the TV uses
when you switch it on.
BASS … Adjusts the bass level.
TREBLE … Adjusts the treble level.
SUBWOOFER … (only available if you have
connected a BeoLab subwoofer) Adjusts the
sound level from the subwoofer.
LOUDNESS … Loudness can be set to YES or NO.
DEFAULT VIDEO … Set the speaker combination
you want to use when switching on a video
source in your system. Options are 3 and 5.
DEFAULT AUDIO … Set the speaker combination
you want to use when switching on an audio
source in your system. Options are 2 and 4.
Refer to page 33 for further information on
speaker combinations.
Choose menu language
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The menu language you choose
during the first-time setup of your
television can be changed at any
time.
Once a menu language is chosen, all
menus and display messages are
shown in this language.
You can select the language for on-screen
menus via the TV SETUP menu. The text on
the screen changes as you move from
language to language.
MENU LANGUAGE
DANSK
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
ESPANOL
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press  to highlight MENU LANGUAGE.
>Press GO to bring up the MENU LANGUAGE
menu.
>Use  and   to move to your language choice.
>Press GO to make your choice.
>Press STOP to back up through previous menus
or press EXIT to exit all menus directly.
FRANCAIS
ITALIANO
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
select
accept
GO
Placement, sockets and connections
In this chapter, you can find out how
to place and connect your television.
It also gives you an overview of the
socket panels.
We recommend that you follow the
procedure described below when
you set up your television:
– Unpack the television
– Consider the appropriate
surroundings for your television
– Mount the television on the
chosen stand or bracket
– Place the television
– Connect the cables, additional
equipment, and speakers
This procedure is described in detail
on the following pages.
Daily operation, 4
Find out how to use the Beo4 remote control, bring up the menus on the screen,
operate the daily functions of your television and how to adjust sound and picture
format. In addition, find an overview of the on-screen menu system.
Advanced operation, 13
Find out how to operate a connected source, bring up a computer image on the
screen and operate your television in Option 4. In addition find out how to operate
an audio system, how to operate your television in a BeoLink system, and how to
disable the internal TV tuner.
Tuning and preference settings, 25
Find out how to set up your television for the first time, tune in and edit channels.
How to register additional sources and make a surround sound setup. This chapter
also contains information about settings for picture and sound.
Placement, sockets and connections, 45
• Set up the television, 46
• Connection panels, 50
• Camera and headphones sockets, 52
Maintenance, 53
How to clean your television and change batteries in the Beo4 remote control.
Index, 54
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Set up the television
46
For information about how to fasten
and run the cables on the rear of the
television, refer to this page.
For further information about the
connection panels, refer to page 50.
Handling your television
Avoid placing the television in direct sun­light
or direct artificial light, such as a spotlight, as
this may reduce the sensitivity of the remote
control receiver. Also if the screen is over­
heated, black spots may appear in the picture.
These spots disappear again, once the tele­
vision cools down to normal temperature.
To avoid injury, use Bang & Olufsen approved
stands or wall brackets only.
Make sure that the television is set up, placed
and connected in accordance with these
instructions.
The television is developed for indoor use in
dry, domestic environments only. Use within
a temperature range of 10–40°C (50–105°F).
Do not place any items on top of the tele­
vision.
Do not attempt to open the television. Leave
such operations to qualified service personnel.
The television was designed to be left in standby
mode when not in use. Therefore, to facilitate
remote control operation, it is essential that
you do not disconnect it from the mains. The
tele­vision can only be switched off completely,
if you disconnect it from the mains.
Place the television on a firm and stable surface.
The standard placement allows you to tilt the tele­
vision, for example to facilitate viewing at a low
placement. To tilt the television pull at the bottom
of the television
If you are going to place the television on either the
floor stand or the wall bracket, the two standard
‘feet’ must be removed from the tele­vision. Follow
the instructions in the Guide enclosed with these
optional accessories.
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To remove the two covers for the main connection
panel, first pull out, then pull down at the bottom
– also if the television is placed on a stand. To
release the cover for the Smart Card and CAmodule (3), press the cover to the right.
3
Always remove cover 1 before removing cover 2.
When you have made all the connections and
fastened the cables, mount the cable covers again.
1
2
IMPORTANT! For safety reasons the mains supply
cable must be fastened to the cable strip (A). All
cables must be run through the cable strip (B).
However, if your setup includes a VGA connection,
do not run the VGA cable through the cable strip
(B). Instead, use the two screws in the VGA plug
to fasten it to the socket.
A
B
If you are going to connect any other equipment
to the television, do not connect it to the mains
yet!
The supplied mains cord and plug are specially
designed for the television. If you change the plug
or in any way damage the mains cord, it will affect
the TV picture adversely!
When connections are complete and the
cables have been secured as described, switch
on the mains supply. A tiny, red light appears.
The system is in standby mode and ready to
be used.
If your television is set up on its own, you can
now tune in channels as explained in the
chapter ‘First-time setup of your television’
on page 26.
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>> Set up the television
Connections
The diagrams on these two pages outline
how to set up the tele­vision with video
sources and loud­speakers, and how to expand
the set­up, for example with a compatible
Bang & Olufsen audio system, or with a
computer.
POWER LINK
SUB
DVB
POWER LINK
FRONT
Refer to ‘Connection panels’ on page 50 for
further information about each of the sockets.
AERIAL
Refer to ‘Register additional video
equipment’ on page 28 for further
information about how to set up connected
equipment for use.
POWER LINK
REAR
Video signals
Connect your video signal sources, such as cable
or aerial to the sockets mentioned on the diagram.
Loudspeakers
The television has built-in loudspeakers. However,
you can expand the system into a surround sound
setup – including a sub­woofer. Refer to ‘Loud­
speaker setup – surround sound’ on page 30 for
further information.
Remember to set the L – R switch on each loud­
speaker to L and R (the left and right sound channel,
respectively).
Additional video equipment
The sockets on the connection panel allow you to
have different types of video equipment connected
at the same time. We expect your Bang & Olufsen
retailer to deliver, install and set up your products.
Equipment with HDMI™ input
Equipment with HDMI input can be connected to
any of the HDMI sockets, regardless of the
particular AV socket to which you have connected
the equipment.
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Decoder
DVD
Satellite (STB)
Recorder (HDR)
AV 1–2
AV 1–4
AV 1–4
R–L
(AV3)
MASTER
LINK
VGA
AV 4
This diagram shows examples of additional video
Computer
equipment that can be connected to the television You can connect a computer and use the tele­
at one time. If you have a Bang & Olufsen recorder, vision as a monitor.
it must be connected to the AV4 socket.
IMPORTANT: Disconnect the tele­vision, the
IR-transmitters
computer, and all equipment connected to the
In order to operate non-Bang & Olufsen products
computer from the mains, before you make the
with your Bang & Olufsen remote control, attach a
connections. Furthermore, the computer must be
low-power IR-transmitter to each of the products.
connected to a grounded wall outlet as specified in
Plug each IR-transmitter into one of the sockets
the computer’s setting-up instructions!
marked PUC on the connection panel.
Connect the computers VGA output to the VGA
input on the tele­vision. To hear sound from the
computer in the tele­vision loud­speakers, connect
the sound output to the AV3 R – L sockets on the
tele­vision.
Audio system
If you have a Bang & Olufsen audio system with a
Master Link socket, you can connect it to the tele­
vision. Use a Master Link cable, and connect it to
the Master Link socket. Refer to ‘Connect your
audio system’ on page 18.
Connection panels
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The connection panels on your television Standard sockets
allow you to connect signal input cables
~ (Mains supply)
as well as a variety of extra equipment,
Connection to the mains supply.
such as a video recorder or DVD.
The equipment you connect to these
sockets must be registered in the
CONNECTIONS menu. For further
information, refer to the chapter
‘Register additional video equipment’ on
page 28.
HDMI-IN (A–B)
HDMI™ (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
sockets for connection of an HDMI video source
or a PC. Sources connected to these sockets can
be registered to any of the AV sockets. Supported
formats are:
Video: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i,
1080p.
PC: 640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768.
SPDIF (1–2)
Digital audio input sockets for connection of
external equipment.
PUC (1–4)
For IR control signal to external equipment
(connected to the AV sockets).
AV (1–2)
21-pin sockets for connection of additional video
equipment, such as a DVD player, set-top box, a
decoder or video recorder.
AV 3 (Pr, Pb, Y and R, L, VIDEO)
For connection of video signals from an external
source such as an HDTV source. Can be used in
conjunction with the 21-pin AV sockets – or a
digital audio socket.
VGA
For connection of a PC for reception of analogue
graphics. Supports the following resolutions:
60 Hz; 640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x
720.
AERIAL
Aerial input socket for an analogue TV signal, such
as an external aerial or cable TV network.
DVB
Aerial input socket for a digital TV signal.
System Module sockets
AV 4
21-pin sockets for connection of additional video
equipment. If you have a Bang & Olufsen recorder,
we recommend that you connect it to this socket.
MASTER LINK
Socket for connection of a compatible Bang &
Olufsen audio system. The socket is also used for
BeoLink distribution of sound throughout the
house.
RF OUT
Aerial output socket for distribution of video
signals to other rooms. Requires an RF Link
Amplifier also.
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A
HDMI IN
B
SPDIF 1
PUC 1
SPDIF 2
PUC 2
AV 1
AV 2
VGA
Standard sockets
MASTER
LINK
AV 4
System Module and DVB sockets
POWER
LINK
SUB
Pr
Pb
RF
OUT
FRONT
Y
PUC 3
AV 3
PUC 4
AERIAL
DVB
REAR
FRONT – REAR
Sockets for connection of external loudspeakers in
a surround sound setup.
CA
For insertion of a card and module for access to
digital satellite channels. For further information
about compatible card and module combinations,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
CHIPSIDE
SMARTCARD
For insertion of a card for access to digital channels.
For further information about compatible cards,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
SMARTCARD
SUB
Socket for connection of a Bang & Olufsen
subwoofer, for example a BeoLab 2.
CA
Smart Card reader and CA module
5V
0.5 A
Surround Sound Module sockets
BACKSIDE
Surround Sound Module sockets
(USB)
Socket for retailer and installer use only.
Insert the Smart Card in the CA module with the
chip facing the front of the module. Insert the CA
module with the front facing the front of the
television. The Conax Smart Card must be inserted
with the chip facing away from the television
front.
Camera and headphones sockets
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You can connect headphones and
listen to a programme, or you can
connect a Camcorder and watch your
home movies on the tele­vision. If you
have connected a video recorder, you
can copy Camcorder recordings.
Sockets for temporary connections
PHONES
You can connect stereo headphones to the socket
marked PHONES. Adjusting volume will affect
both the television speakers and the headphones.
Muting sound will affect television speakers only.
– To mute the speakers connected to the
button.
television, press the middle of the
– When sound is muted in the speakers, press
 or  to adjust sound in headphones.
– To restore sound in the speakers, press the
button.
middle of the
These sockets are for the connection of a
Camcorder:
R–L
For audio connection (right and left sound channel
respectively).
VIDEO
For the video signal.
Watch digital pictures on your television
To watch your camera pictures, connect the camera
and switch the television on. The tele­vision auto­
matically registers the signal and you can see the
still pictures on the screen.
If the signal from the camera is switched off …
>Press LIST repeatedly to display CAMERA* on
Beo4 and press GO.
*In order to display CAMERA on Beo4, you must
first add it to the Beo4 list of functions. For further
information, refer to the Guide enclosed with Beo4.
PHONES
R
L
VIDEO
Watch and copy from a Camcorder
If you have connected a recorder to your tele­vision,
and you connect your Camcorder, you can copy
Camcorder recordings.
To copy a recording from a Camcorder …
>Connect your Camcorder and start playback on
the Camcorder. The television automatically
registers the signal and you can see the pictures
on the television screen.
>Press RECORD twice to start recording.
Maintenance
Regular maintenance, such as cleaning
the television, is the responsibility of
the user. To achieve the best result,
follow the instructions to the right.
Contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer
to determine recommendations for
regular maintenance.
Changing the Beo4 batteries
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Cleaning
Never use alcohol or other solvents to clean
any part of the television, stand or wall
bracket!
2
1
3
Cabinet surfaces
Wipe dust off the surfaces using a dry, soft
cloth. Remove grease stains or persistent dirt
with a soft, lint-free, firmly wrung cloth,
dipped in a solution of water containing only
a few drops of mild detergent, such as
washing-up liquid.
2
1
When BATTERY appears in the Beo4 display,
it is time to change the batteries in the
remote control.
The Beo4 requires three batteries. We
recommend that you use Alkaline batteries
only (1.5 V – size AAA). Replace the batteries
as shown on this page. Keep a finger on top
of the batteries until the lid is replaced.
When you have replaced the batteries, wait
about 10 seconds until TV appears in the
display. The Beo4 remote control is then
ready for use.
Do not expose batteries to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like!
The speaker cover may also be cleaned with a
soft brush mounted on a vacuum cleaner, set
to the lowest level.
Picture screen
To clean the picture screen, use a mild
window cleaning fluid (not containing
alcohol). To retain the optimum performance
of the screen, make sure that no streaks or
traces of the cleaning fluid are left on the
screen.
Beo4
Wipe the Beo4 remote control with a soft,
lint-free, firmly wrung cloth.
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Index
Beo4 remote control
Displays and menus
Changing the Beo4 batteries, 53
Cleaning the Beo4, 53
Introducing your television and Beo4, 4
Replace Beo4 batteries, 53
Using Beo4, 4
Displayed information and menus, 5
Menu overview, 12
On-screen menus, 5
BeoLink
BeoVision in a link room, 20
Connect and operate an audio system, 18
Connect your audio system to the
television, 18
Link connections, 22
Link frequency, 23
Link room operation, 21
Option settings, 20
System modulator, 23
Use an integrated audio/video system, 19
Camera
Connect a Camera, 52
Copy from a Camcorder to a videotape, 52
DVB HD
CA module, 51
DVB operation: Refer to the separate DVB HD
Guide
DVB socket, 51
Smart Card, 51
First-time setup
Calibrate the sound level, 32
Choose menu language, 44
First-time setup procedure, 26
Overview of first-time setup, 26
Register extra equipment, 28
Select your speaker types, 30
Sound adjustments, 8, 43
Format
Computer monitor
Available picture formats, 9
Change the picture format, 9
Adjust picture, 42
Bring up the computer image on the
screen, 16
Connect a computer, 49
Headphones
Connect headphones, 52
Connections
Language
Additional video equipment, 28
Aerial and mains connection, 50
Headphones, 52
Loudspeakers, 30
Register additional video equipment, 28
Socket panel, 50
Sockets for temporary connections, 52
Change sound type or language, 8
Choose menu language, 44
First-time setup – choose menu language, 27
Contact
Contact Bang & Olufsen, 58
Loudspeakers
Calibrate the sound level, 32
Change speaker balance or combination, 9
Connect loudspeakers, 51
Connect speakers, 51
Select your speaker types,  30
Set speaker distance, 31
Sound adjustments, 8, 43
Speaker combinations, 9
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Maintenance
Socket panels
Tune
Change Beo4 batteries, 53
Handling your television, 46
Maintenance of your television, 53
Picture screen, 53
Camera and headphones sockets, 52
Connection panels, 50
Sockets for temporary connections, 52
Add new TV channels, 40
Adjust tuned channels, 38
Auto-tuning – first-time setup of your
television, 27
Delete tuned channels, 36
Manual tuning, 38
Move tuned channels, 36
Name tuned channels, 37
Re-tune via automatic tuning, 40
Master Link
BeoVision in a link room, 20
Connect and operate an audio system, 18
Connect your audio system to the
television, 18
Link connections, 22
Link frequency, 23
Link room operation, 21
Option settings, 20
System modulator, 23
Use an integrated audio/video system, 19
Peripheral unit
Peripheral Unit Controller menu, 14
Universal Beo4 operation, 15
Use the peripheral unit in a link room, 15
Use the peripheral unit’s own menu, 15
Picture
Adjust brightness, colour or contrast, 42
Adjust picture size, 42
Change the picture format, 9
Picture formats, 9
Remove the picture from the screen, 42
Sound
Adjust or mute the sound, 8
Adjust volume, bass or treble, 43
Change sound type or language, 8
Change speaker balance or combination, 9
See the name of the active sound system, 34
Subtitles
Subtitles from teletext, 11
Surround sound
Calibrate the sound level, 32
Choose a speaker combination, 9
Connect speakers, 51
See the name of the active sound system, 34
Select speaker types, 30
Speaker combinations, 9
Sound adjustments, 8, 43
Teletext
Basic teletext functions, 10
Day-to-day use of MEMO pages, 11
Dual-screen teletext, 11
Store favourite teletext pages, 11
Placement
Timer
Set up your television, 46
Make the television part of a Timer
programming, 20
TV channels
Add new TV channels, 40
Adjust tuned channels, 38
Auto-tuning – first-time setup of your
television, 27
Bring up a channel list, 6
Delete tuned channels, 36
Edit tuned channels, 36
Manual tuning, 38
Move tuned channels, 36
Name tuned channels, 37
Re-tune via automatic tuning, 40
Select a TV channel, 6
TV tuner
Disable DVB HD, 24
Disable internal tuner, 24
Tuner setup, 24
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Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) – Environmental protection
Electrical and electronic equipment, parts and
batteries marked with this symbol must not be
disposed of with normal household wastage; all
electrical and electronic equipment, parts and
batteries must be collected and disposed of
separately.
When disposing of electrical and electronic
equipment and batteries by use of the collection
systems available in your country, you protect the
environment, human health and contribute to the
prudent and rational use of natural resources.
Collecting electrical and electronic equipment,
batteries and waste prevents the potential
contamination of nature with the hazardous
substances which may be present in electrical and
electronic products and equipment.
Your Bang & Olufsen retailer will advise you of the
correct way of disposal in your country.
If a product is too small to be marked with the
symbol, it will appear in the User Guide, on the
Guarantee certificate, or on the packaging.
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This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents
4,631,603; 4,577,216; 4,819,098; 4,907,093; and
6,516,132 and other intellectual property rights.
Use of this copyright protection technology must
be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for
home and other limited viewing uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
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Manufactured under license from Dolby
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All rights reserved.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent
#’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674;
5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535; 7,003,467
& other U.S. and worldwide patents issued
& pending.
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© 1996-2008 DTS, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
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provisions of the Directives 2004/108/EC
and 2006/95/EC.
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