Emprex HD-3202 Specifications

BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT ............................................................................................................................. 1
COMMUNICATION REGULATION ..................................................................................................................................... 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 2
SAFETY INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................................... 3
MAINTENANCE AND PRECAUTION .................................................................................................................................. 4
GETTING STARTED (PREPARATION) .................................................................................................................... 5
INTRODUCTION YOUR TELEVISION .................................................................................................................... 6
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES................................................................................................................................................. 6
TV CONTROL FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 7
SETTING UP THE REMOTE CONTROL .............................................................................................................................. 8
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS ...................................................................................................................................... 9
INPUTS AND OUTPUTS.................................................................................................................................................. 10
SETTING UP YOUR TELEVISION ........................................................................................................................... 19
CHANGING THE SOURCE .............................................................................................................................................. 19
ASPECT ....................................................................................................................................................................... 20
ACCESSING THE OSD (ON SCREEN DISPLAY) MENU ................................................................................................... 21
ICON DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
CHANNEL .................................................................................................................................................................... 23
PICTURE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 28
SOUND ........................................................................................................................................................................ 30
FUNCTIONS.................................................................................................................................................................. 31
SETUP ......................................................................................................................................................................... 37
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................. 41
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................................. 43
RGB FREQUENCY TABLE ....................................................................................................................................... 45
Before Using This Product
Communication Regulation
FCC Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna;
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver;
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected;
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause un- desired
operation.
Canada Class B Statement
This Class B device meets all requirements of the Canadian interference-causing equipment regulations.
Cet appareil numerique de la Class B respecte toutes les exigencies du Reglemensur le materiel
brouilleur du Canada
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Important Safety Instructions
Improperly use of this electronic device may cause injury to your body and damage the property as well. This
LCD TV device has designed and manufactured to meet international industrial safety standard. Same as
other home electronic devices, you need to operate this equipment carefully in order to obtain the best
performance of this equipment and to ensure the safety of using it. Before you start to use this equipment,
please read and thoroughly understand what it is described below。
If you realize any weird symptom on your TV when it is turned on and under operation, such as stinky
smell, smoking, please unplug the power cable and inform our near by service office。
This device is equipped with high voltage inside, please keep it in a dry place and don’t open the back
cover to do any picture adjusting or cleaning the inside components. It is easy to get electrical body
injury and very possible to cause a fire.
Please do not use any peripheral with this LCD TV set, which is not recommended by the manufacture.
Improper use of it may easy to damage this device and cause an accident.
Before moving this device, please remember to unplug the power cable. Never try to move this device
while its power cable is still plugged to the power outlet on the wall. It may cause fire and damage to
your property if you are doing so. If you drop this device on the floor while moving it, please inform
service office immediately to get a safety checking.
In order to avoid firing and property damage as the consequence, please do not place this LCD TV in a
place which the temperature will go beyond 35℃ or below 5℃, or in a humidity condition that is lower
than 10% and higher than 80%.
When you place this LCD TV in a cabinet or in a narrowed location, please keep this area in a good
ventilation condition.
Mesh screen on the back cover is for air flow, which prevents over heat from occurring. This area
shouldn’t be covered.
Keep this device away from any heat generator, such as portable heater, gas heater, and stove.
When you know this device will not be used for a long period, please unplug the power cable. Doing
this will protect your LCD TV away from the damage which is happened due to suddenly unstable
voltage.
Don’t plug this device to a power outlet, which is already overloaded. It will lead a fire and/or electrical
shock.
Keep a safety distance among devices, which have power applied, keep good ventilation in that area or
it will easy to cause a fire.
Take battery out from the remote control unit if it is not been used for a long period. Keep batteries in a
dry and cool place.
Do not spread any liquid to your LCD TV.
Install this TV device stably, keep it away from touching by the children
Due to the big size, it is recommended to have at least two adults when install this device.
Please don’t place this device on a table with wheel to avoid any damage caused by falling down.
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Safety Information
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
interference to radio and television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna;
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver;
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit from that to which the receiver is connected.
Caution
To prevent fire, shock hazard, or interference, only use the recommended accessories. To prevent electric
shock, do not use the plug with an extension cord, receptacle, or other outlet unless the blades can be fully
inserted to prevent blade exposure. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the unit cover or back.
There are no serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to a qualified personnel only.
This symbol is intended to alert the
user to the presence of uninsulated
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
dangerous voltage within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
magnitude to constitute risk of fire or
DO NOT REMOVE COVER
electric shock
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
This symbol is intended to alert the user
to the presence of important operating
and
maintence
instructions
literature accompanying this product
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in
the
Maintenance and Precaution
Do not remove the cover or back of the TV. Any unauthorized changes or modification to the product will
void the user’s warranty.
Do not place the TV in a closed compartment. This will overheat the TV.
Turn off the product if liquid is accidentally spilled into the TV. Contact your local dealer for assistance.
Do not expose the TV to rain or moisture.
According to the industrial standards, when pulling the power cord from the outlet, hold the power plug
instead of the cord.
Make sure the power cord from the AC outlet is unplugged, and disconnect from the antenna if the TV is
left unattended and unused for a long period. This will prevent damages to the TV lighting and power-line
surge.
Do not expose the TV to heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves and other heat-generating
products (including audio amplifiers).
Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the TV. Use specific screen cleaner kit for LCD
screens. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners
Do not use this TV with an extension cord or power bar; this can cause a fire or an electric shock..
Do not place heavy items or belongings on the top of the TV.
Hand carry the TV with at least another person.
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Getting Started (Preparation)
Distance recommendations:
Avoid improper installation and never position the unit where ventilation is impossible. When installing this TV,
distance recommendations must be maintained between the set and the wall, as well as inside a tightly
enclosed area or piece of furniture. Refer to the minimum distance guidelines shown for a safe operation.
Cleaning the screen:
The screen is coated with a special thin film to reduce reflection. If this film is damaged, uneven colors,
discoloration, scratches, and other problems that cannot be repaired may occur. Pay attention to the following
when handling the screen.
Do not use glue or adhesive tape on the screen.
Do not write on the screen.
Do not allow the screen to come in contact with any hard objects.
Do not allow condensation to form on the screen.
Do not use alcohol, thinner, benzene or other solvents on the screen.
Do not rub the screen forcefully.
CAUTION:
Operate only from the power source specified (AC 120V) on the unit.
Avoid damaging the AC plug and cord.
When you are not using this unit for a long period of time, it is recommended that you disconnect the
power cord from the main outlet.
When the source has no signal to input, TV will be “Auto Power Off” after 15 minutes.
POWER CORD CONNECTION:
Connect the power cord, after completing all other connections.
1. Connect the power cord to this device
2. Connect the power cord to the power outlet.
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Introduction Your Television
Supplied Accessories
The following items come along with your LCD TV:
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TV Control Functions
1
button (Beneath)
button (profile)
1
MENU
SOURCE
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5
1
LED Indicators
2
POWER
3
-CH+
4
-VOL+
5
SOURCE
6
MENU
–VOL+
4
-CH+
POWER
3
2
The LED indicator light up in 2 different colours green, red. Each colours
represent different status.
Green - Power is on; Red - Standby.
Press this button to turn the power on/standby.
Press to change channel/when is menu mode, these acts as navigation
keys.
Press to adjust the volume/when is menu mode, these acts as navigation
keys.
Video input selection. Press this button to display the menu for input
selection mode.
Press this button to display the OSD menu. It contains all the options to
configure your TV's settings.
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Setting Up the Remote Control
1.
Open the lid of your remote control battery compartment on the back of the remote control.
2.
Insert two AAA batteries. Use the (+) and (-) marks to guide you. The (+) marks on your batteries
correspond to the (+) marks on the compartment. The (-) marks on your battery correspond to the (-)
marks on the compartment.
Note: Do not mix new and old or different kind of batteries
3. Put the lid back onto the remote control battery compartment.
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Remote Control Functions
The table below explains each button’s function.
1
Power on/off.
2
Press these keys to change the channels.
3
VOL +/VOL -
Press these keys to adjust volume.
4
0~9
Numerical keys to select desired channel
Navigation keys in Setup menu.
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Navigation keys in Setup menu.
6
OK
Press this key to confirm selection.
7
RECALL
Recall last channel.
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MUTE
Press this key to turn off the sound.
Press the "MUTE" button again or press
"VOL+/ VOL-" to enable sound.
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MENU
10
SOURCE
Press this key to display the OSD menu. In
the OSD menu, press this key to exit the
menu.
Press this key to display the video source
selection menu.
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FAVORITE
Press to switch your favorite channels
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ASPECT
Choose from widescreen, 4: 3 video,16: 9
zoom. (More details on Page20)
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SLEEP
Activates the sleep timer.
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ADD
15
FREEZE
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ERASE
Press to add current channel.
(All sub channels will adds)
Press this key to freeze current frame from
the screen.
Press to skip the current channel in
CH-Up, CH-Down and favorite channel.
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MTS
Switch among MONO, stereo and SAP.
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INFO
Press to display information about the
current source.
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C.C.
Turns the closed caption on or off
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EPG
Opens the program guide & show all active
channels. (For digital channels only)
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EXIT
To exit menu or function select.
-/DRF
Minor channel indicator or DRF (Direct
Digital RF Channel tune)
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Inputs and Outputs
Your LCD TV has five types of video connections. You should capitalize
Cables
on the best connection available from your LCD TV to get the best
1.RCA composite video cable
2. S-video cable
display quality. For example, if you have a progressive DVD player that
supports a component video connection, you should connect the DVD
player to your LCD TV using component video connections instead of
3. RCA component video cable
4. RGB (VGA) video cable
5. HDMI A/V Cable
composite video or S-video connections.
Available Interface
Description
Recommended Devices
1
Power Input
AC 120V
2
SVC
Service connector
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Audio Outputs
Contains composite video,
Maintenance use only
SPDIF and one pair of R/L
audio outputs.
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5
HDMI
PC Input
HDTV, Set-top Box,
HDMI input
Progressive HD DVD Player.
VGA input (PC Input) and audio
PC.
inputs.
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Component Inputs
Component support both High
Progressive DVD player,
(Component 1
Definition programs
HDTV set-top- box, HD PVR,
Component 2)
(720p/1080i) and standard
D-VHS, digital media player.
definition programs (480i/ 480p)
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AV Inputs (AV1)
Contains
S-video,
composite
video, a pair of R/L audio inputs.
Camcorder,
DVD player, digital camera,
VCR.
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TUNER
NTSC/ATSC/Clear QAM
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non-progressive
Connecting the Antenna or Analog Cable TV (CATV):
1.
Disconnect the TV from all power sources before making any connections.
2.
Use the coaxial cable (75 ohms) for connecting TV signal from your antenna or cable TV provider to
the tuner input.
3. Hook up the cable to the TUNER input in
the rear of the LCD TV.
4. Connect the power cord of the LCD TV to a power outlet.
5. Press the “SOURCE” button on either the remote control or the TV controls and select TV on the source
menu.
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6. Press the “MENU” button on the remote control to display the OSD menu use ▲▼ or ◄► to navigate
through the icons. In the first option (Channel), press “OK”. Choose the first option “Tuner Mode” and press
“OK”. If your TV is connected to the antenna, choose Air. If your TV is connected to the cable television
outlet, choose Cable. (For more information on the Channel menu, refer to Page 23.)
7.
Then choose STD and press
“OK”
STD-Standard
HRC-Harmonic Related Carrier
IRC-Incremental Related Carrier
8.
In order for the LCD TV to detect
available channels, press “MENU” and
choose the first option “Channel” and
press “OK”. Scroll down to “Auto Scan”
and press “OK”. The television will
automatically scan the available channels
for you. (For more information
on the channel menu, refer to Page 23 )
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Connecting the Digital Set-Top Box (Commonly Used For HDTVs, Satellite TVs, etc.):
1. Disconnect the TV and set-top box from all power sources before making any connections.
2. Use a HDMI cable, component video cable, or S-video cable to connect the HDMI, COMPONENT, or
S-VIDEO output jacks of your digital set-top box to the HDMI, COMPONENT, or S-VIDEO input jacks in
the rear of the LCD TV.
3.
Use the AUDIO cables to connect the AUDIO (L/R) output jacks of your digital set-top box to the AUDIO
(L/R) input jacks in the rear of the LCD TV. If you use the HDMI cable, you don’t need to connect the
audio cable between the two equipments. The HDMI cable transmits both digital video and audio signals.
4.
Connect the power cords of your digital set-top box and LCD TV to the power outlets.
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5.
Press the “SOURCE” button
on either the remote control or the TV controls. Select
AV1(S-Video)/AV1(CVBS)/ YPbPr1 /YPbPr2/HDMI, depending on which input is the digital set-top box
connected to. (Changing the source, refer to Page19)
Note:
1. It is strongly recommended that the user connects Digital Set-Top Box via HDMI connection if
provided. HDMI signal is pure digital signal; therefore, it gives the best performance for HD programs.
2. If your digital set-top box doesn’t provide HDMI jacks, use the component cables for better picture quality
or S-video cable for standard picture quality.
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Connecting the Component Video:
To connect your progressive DVD player or HD DVD Player via component video:
1.
Connect the green Y jack on the back of your DVD player to the green component Y jack on the
rear of the LCD TV.
2.
Connect the red Pr/Cr jack on the back of your DVD player to the red Pr/Cr jack on the rear of the
LCD TV.
3.
Connect the blue Pb/Cb jack on the back of your DVD player to the blue Pb/Cb jack on the rear of
the LCD TV.
4.
Use the AUDIO Cable to connect the AUDIO (L/R) output jacks of your DVD Player with the
AUDIO (L/R) input jacks in the rear of the LCD TV.
5.
Press the “SOURCE” button of the remote control to select “YPbPr1“ or “YPbPr2”
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Connecting the S-Video or Composite Video:
This section shows you how to connect devices to the S-video and composite video inputs of your LCD TV.
Most devices like VCRs, camcorders, non-progressive scan DVD players, etc only provide composite video
output or S-video output. The steps below are to show you how to connect two devices simultaneously.
1. Connect the S-video on the back of your camcorder to the S-video under AV Input jack.
2. Connect the audio red (R) and white (L) on the back of camcorder to the audio red (R) and white (L) jacks
on the rear of your LCD TV.
3. Connect the yellow video jack on the back of your VCR to the yellow composite video input jack on the rear
of your LCD TV under AV Input.
4. Press the “SOURCE” button on the remote control to display the OSD setup menu and choose AV1
(CVBS) to display video from the VCR or choose AV1 (S-VIDEO) to display video from the camcorder.
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Connecting the PC:
1.
If you wish to connect a PC to the LCD TV, connect the 15-pin D sub RGB connector on your PC to the
PC connector on the rear of the LCD TV.
2.
Connect the audio output on your PC to the PC audio input on the rear of the LCD TV.
3.
Press the “SOURCE” button on the remote control to select “VGA”.
4.
You may configure your PC’s VGA resolution to optimized resolution on the LCD TV.
The recommended resolution of the LCD TV is 1024 x 768.
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Connecting the HDMI:
1. Use a HDMI cable to connect the HDMI output jack of your external device to the HDMI input jack in the rear
of the LCD TV.
1.
Press the “SOURCE” button on either the remote control or the TV controls. Select HDMI.
(Changing the source, refer to Page 19)
Note: HDMI connection includes both digital audio and video signals.
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Setting Up Your Television
Changing the Source
1.
Press the “SOURCE” button on either the remote control or TV controls.
2. Repeat it according to selecting until wanting of “source”.
TV→AV1(CVBS)→AV1(S-Video)→YPbPr1→YPbPr2→HDMI→VGA
Note: When the source has no signal to input, TV will be “Auto Power off” after 15 minutes.
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Aspect
When the input is 4:3 (the image dimension
usually used by cable television, and video
cassette), the user might want to eliminate the
“black spots” on the left and the right of the
screen.
By doing this, the user might choose WIDE
SCREEN, which distorts image by stretching
the whole image horizontally
In most cases, widescreen videos (such as
DVD movies’ widescreen modes) will have
“black spots” on the top and the bottom of the
screen (this is called letterbox). To eliminate
this, the user may select 16:9 zoom.
Sometimes the television might receive
widescreen signals. If the user sets the mode
on 4:3, the image might be distorted into a thin
image. By fixing this, the user may switch to
widescreen mode
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Accessing the OSD (On Screen Display) Menu
1. Press “MENU” on the remote control to start
the OSD menu.
2. Use ▲▼◄► to navigate through the main
function.
3. Press ► or “OK” to enter the highlighted
category.
4. Use ▲▼ to navigate
5. Press “MENU” or ◄► to change the
selected settings.
6 Press “EXIT” to exit the OSD menu or press
“MENU” to switch to previous step.
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Icon Description
There are 5 main functions (Channel, Picture, Sound, Functions, Setup) in the OSD menu. Before you start
using the OSD menu, it is recommended that you read through the following icon descriptions.
TUNER MODE
AUTO SCAN
CHANNEL
CHANNEL EDIT
SIGNAL STRENGTH
EXTERNAL INPUT
PICTURE MODE
BRIGHTNESS
SATURATION
CONTRAST
PICTURE
SHARRNESS
TINT
RGB
COLOR TEMP
DNR
BACKLIGHT CONTROL
SOUND MODE
TREBLE
BASS
SOUND
BALANCE
AVL
AUDIO LANGUAGE
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
AUTO LOCK
CAPTION
CAPTION OPTION
FUNCTIONS
CC BACKGROUND
CAPTION TEXT
EPG VIEW
DATE/TIME
POWER ON TIME
POWER OFF TIME
SLEEP
SETUP
MENU LANGUAGE
MENU OPACITY
EMERGENCY ALERT
PC
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Channel
How to set the parameters in the Channel menu
Function
Tuner Mode
Auto Scan
Channel Edit
Description
Options
This allows the user to switch between Air
Air(Analog antenna)/Cable(Cable
and cable TV.
TV)
The auto scan helps the user to search for
available channels on television.
This option allows the user
to add/delete
recognized channels.
Start/Stop
ADD/DELETE Favorite
Less than 50, unacceptable to
Signal Strength
User can recognize the signal strength with watch 50~79, not stable
this.
More than 80, no problem in
watching TV
TV(AIR/CABLE)
AV1(CVBS)
AV1(S-Video)
External Input
User can select input video source with this
selection.
YPbPr1
YPbPr2
HDMI
VGA
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Tuner Mode
1. Press MENU button.
2. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight“Channel”
icon, then press “OK”
3. Use ▲,▼ button to make a choice from
Air or Cable, then press “OK”
4. If choose cable, must choose STD, HRC
or IRC again.
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen.
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Auto Scan
1. Press MENU button.
2. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Tuner
Mode” icon, then press “OK”.
3.Choose the “Air” and press “OK”
4. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Auto
Scan” icon, then press “OK”.
(Scan “Digital channel” after Analog
channel” finish.)
5.It will automatically scan and store all of
the channels that are available in your
local area.
(To stop the auto searching, press
“OK” button.)
6. The scanned channel is displayed
when done.
7.It is possible to memorize user’s choice
of channels as is done in Channel Edit
Menu.
Press EXIT button to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen.
Use OK button to make selection.
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Channel Edit
1. Press MENU Button.
2. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight“Channel”
icon, then press “OK”.
3. Press ▲,▼ button to highlight “channel
Edit” icon, then press “OK”
4. Use ▲,▼/◄,► button to select
channels. Selected channels will be
yellow colored. Then press “OK”button to
add or delete channels. If channels
added, user can see the “√”mark
5.Press “OK” button to add channels to
the Favorite Channel, and press again to
cancel adding. If channel added to the
Favorite, can see the “
” marks
Press EXIT button to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen.
Use OK button to make selection.
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Signal Strength
1. Press MENU button.
2. Use▲,▼ button to highlight “Channel”icon,
then press “OK”.
3. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Signal Strength”
icon, then press “OK”.
•Less than 50, unacceptable to watch
•50~79, not stable
•More than 80, no problem in watching TV
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen.
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Picture
Adjusting contrast, brightness, color, tint, or sharpness requires the user to switch the mode to “user”.
While adjusting customized selections, only the selection and its status bar will be shown on the screen.
Example:
1.Use ▲or▼ to “Picture Mode” and press
“OK”
2.Use ▲or▼ to “User” and press “OK”
3.Press ▼ to brightness and press “OK” or
► to select
4.
Press
◄►
to
adjust
the
brightness.
5. Use ▲or▼ to adjust R,G,B Value
Separately.
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How to set the parameters in the Picture mode menu.
Function
Brightness
Description
Mode is the selection that allow
the user to choose among
default video settings and
customizable video settings.
Adjusts the brightness.
0-100
Saturation
Adjusts the color
0-100
Contrast
Adjusts the contrast.
Sharpness adjusts increase
or
reduce
the
picture
performance sharpness.
Tint adjusts the natural aspect
0-100
Picture Mode
Sharpness
Tint
RGB
of a color.
This option allows user to adjust
R,G,B Value Separately
This option allows the user
choose among three styles of
displaying colors.
Color Temp
This is used to reduce image
noise.
DNR
Backlight Control
Adjusts the backlight
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Options
User / Standard / Movies /
Sports / Vivid / Recall
0-100
(-10) - (+10)
R:0-100
G:0-100
B:0-100
COOL-The colors of the
television will shift towards the
blue end of the spectrum.
NORMAL-The colors of the
television will be nature.
(unaltered)
WARM-The colors of the
television will shift towards the
red end of the spectrum.
1.OFF-the television will not
use NR.
2.Minimum- recommended use
for low quality videos.
3.Medium-recommended use
for medium quality videos (VCR
movies/tapes).
4.Maximum- recommended use
for high quality videos.
0-10
Sound
How to set the parameters in the Sound menu
.
Function
Sound Mode
Treble
Bass
Balance
AVL
Audio Language
Digital Audio Out
Description
User selects and enjoy sound
mode made by factory in the
favor of user’s. In Standard,
Movie, music and Speech
mode. If changing the value
of Treble, Base, Balance, go to
user mode automatically.
Adjusts the higher pitched
sounds.
Adjusts the lower pitched
sounds.
Adjusts the "position" of the
sound. The negative end
represents that the sound will
lean towards the left and the
positive end represents that
the sound will lean towards the
right.
This option is less sound
adjusting uses at midnight.
This is workable in only DTV
broadcasting. If user select
the
specific
language,
detecting that language in DTV
signal source at the real time.
This option lets the user
choose Dolby Digital and PCM
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Options
User / Standard / Movies / Music /
Speech / Recall
0-100
0-100
(-50) - (+50)
ON/OFF
English/French/Spanish
Dolby Digital/PCM
Functions
Auto Lock
1. Press MENU button.
2.Use▲,▼/◄,► button to highlight“Functions”
icon, then press “OK”
3.Choose the “Auto Lock” and press “OK”
or “►".
4.When the “Enter PIN” box pops up, enter the
4 digit password
The default password is 0000
Set Blocking
1.
After get released, use ▲,▼ button to
highlight “Set Blocking” icon, then press
“OK”
2.
Use ▲,▼ button to make a choice
Either ”ON” or ”OFF”, then press
Channel Blocking
1.
After get released, use ▲,▼ button to
highlight “Channel Blocking” icon, then
press “OK”.
2.
Use ▲,▼ button to choose the channel,
then press “OK” to choice lock or not.
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen
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Block by Rating
1.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Block by
Rating” icon, then press “OK”.
2. Use ▲,▼ button to make a choice, then
press “OK”.
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
X
NR
TV-Y: For all children
TV-Y7: For children above 7
TV-G: For anyone
TV-PG:
children
can
watch
with
guardian
TV-14: need parent guide
TV-MA: Only for adult
ALL: Select all functions above
FV: Fantasy Violence
D: Dialog (sexual)
L: Language (abusive, sexual)
S: Sexual
V: violence
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen.
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DTV Rating
1. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight
“DTV Rating”, then press “OK”.
This function works only in
DTV input.
Setup Code
1.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight
“Setup Code”, then press “OK”
2.When the box pops up, enter
the new password and confirm it
with entering the same number
once more
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen.
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Caption
1. Press MENU button.
2. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight
“Functions” icon, then press
“OK”
3. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight
“Caption”icon, then press “OK”
4. Use ◄,► button to highlight
“Display”Always On or Off, then
press “OK”
5. When “Display” is “Always
On” user can choose the
“Service” icon
6.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight
"Service".
7. Use ◄,► button to make a
choice from"CC1~CC4" 、
"TXT1~ TXT4", then press " OK "
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen.
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Caption Option
1.
Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Caption
Option”, then press “OK”
2.
Use ◄,► button to make a choice, either
“Auto” or “Options”, then press “OK”
If choosing “Auto”, CC background
and Option Text is not activated, And
will follow CC saved in broadcasting
information
If choosing “Options”. CC background
and Option Text is activated.
CC Background
1.Press MENU button.
2.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight“Functions” icon,
then press “OK”
3.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “CC” Background,
then press “OK”.
4.Press ▲,▼ button to make a choice from “Color”
or “opacity”, then press◄,►.
Can choose other
forms, then press “OK”
Color:
Auto→Black→White→Red →Green → Blue
→Yellow →Mangenta→Cyan
Opacity
Auto→Solid→Flashing→Translucent→
Transparent
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen
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Caption Text
1. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Caption
Text”, then press “OK”
2. When the box pops up, highlight the box
(Ex. Size, Style.) that you want to make a
change, then use ◄,► button to see the
choices
3. After making all the choices, then press
“OK”
Caption Size:Auto→Small→Standard→Large
Caption Style:Auto→Style1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Text Color:Auto→Black→White→Red →Green →Blue →Yellow →Mangenta →cyan
Text Opacity:→ Auto→Solid→Flashing→Translucent→ Transparent
Edge Style: Auto→None→Raised→Depressed →Uniform →Drop –Shadow
Edge Color:
Italic:
Auto→Black→White→Red →Green →Blue →Yellow →Mangenta →cyan
Auto→On→Off
Underline: Auto→On→Off
EPG View
1. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “EPG
View”, then press “OK”
This Function works only in DTV
input.
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen.
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Setup
Date/Time
1. Press Menu Button
2.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Setup”,then press
“OK”
3.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Date/Time”, then
press “OK”
4. Choose the "Manual", then press" OK "
5. Use ▲,▼/◄,► button to set for Date/Time
Power on Time
1.
Press Menu Button
2.
Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Setup”,then
press “OK”
3.
Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Power on Time”,
then press “OK”
4.
Choose the "Activate", then press " OK ". The
user can choose the follows: Off→ Daily
→Once
5.
Choose the "Time", then press " OK ". The
user can set the time of power on
6.
Choose the "Channel", then press " OK ". The
user can set the channel of power on
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen
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Power off Time
1.
Press MENU Button
2.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Setup”, then
press “OK”
3. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Power off
Time”, then press “OK”
4. Choose the "Activate", then press " OK ".
The user can choose the follows: Off→
Daily →Once
5. Choose the "Time", then press " OK ".
The user can set the time of power off
Sleep
1.
Press MENU button
2.
Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Setup”
icon, then press “OK”
3.
Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Sleep”
icon, then press “OK”
4.
Use ▲,▼ button to make a choice, then
press “OK”
Off→15 Minutes→30 Minutes→60
Minutes →90 Minutes →120 Minutes
Menu Language
1.
Press MENU button
2.
Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Setup”
icon, then press “OK”
3.
Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Menu
Language” icon, then press “OK”
English→French→Espanol
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen
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Menu Opacity
1.Press MENU Button
2.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Setup”,then press
“OK”
3.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Menu Opacity”,
then press “OK”
4.Use ◄,► button to set for “Menu Opacity”.
Emergency Alert
1.Press MENU Button
2.Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Setup”,then press
“OK”
3. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight“ Emergency
Alert”, then press “OK”
4. Choose the "Low" or "Medium", then press "
OK "
5. Use ◄,► button to set for "Present" or
"Discard", then press " OK "
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen
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PC
1.
Press MENU Button
2.
Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “Setup”,then press
“Select”
3. Use ▲,▼ button to highlight “PC”, then
press “Select”
4.
Choose
the
"Auto
Adjust",
then
press
"SELECT". Return to the factory default
5.
Choose
the
"Hor.
Center",
then
press
"SELECT". User can adjust horizontal position.
6.
Choose
the
"Ver.
Center",
then
press
"SELECT". User can adjust vertical position.
7.
Choose the “Phase”, then press “SELECT”.
User can adjust the input sampling phase for
precise sample timing control
8.
Choose the “Clock”, then press “SELECT”.
User can adjust line locked PLL divider for
generating pixel clock from input HSYNC
9.
Choose the “Pref. Resolution”, then press
“SELECT”. User can Preferred resolution for
manually selection the input resolution among
the 1024x768, 1280x768, 1360x768.
This Function works only in VGA
input
Press EXIT to exit the menu screen.
Press MENU button to switch to previous step on the menu screen
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Basic Troubleshooting
Read this section to learn how to maintain and troubleshoot your LCD TV
Problem
Possible Solution
1.Make sure the power plug is properly
There is no picture or sound
connected to the power outlet.
2.The channel may not have been scanned and
can be re-scanned again from the setup OSD
menu.
3.Make sure you have selected the correct input
mode.
There is just noise
1.The antenna reception strength may be weak.
2.Reposition the antenna's placement.
3.Make sure the antenna cable is properly
connected to the LCD TV set.
Color abnormal or improper.
1.Check the color adjustment in the OSD video
menu.
1. Check the brightness setting; it may be set too
Picture is too bright.
high.
2. Check the "Backlight" setting in the OSD
options menu. The Backlight setting is to adjust
the screen's backlight with respect to the
environment's lighting.
Picture is too dark
1.Check the brightness and contrast level
setting from the OSD video menu.
2. Check the "Backlight" setting in the OSD
options menu.
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Problem
Possible Solution
No picture, there is sound.
1. Check to see if the video cable is properly
connected.
2. Press the "SOURCE" button from the remote
control to see if the input is correctly selected.
●
There is no sound.
1. Make sure the volume level is not set to the
minimum.
2. Make sure the mute function is not selected.
The picture is not sharp.
1. The program reception may be weak .
2. Check the "Sharpness" setting in the OSD
video menu. (Refer to page 29)
Remote control does not work
1. Check the remote control's batteries.
2. Make sure there is no device near by the LCD
TV generating interference.
3. Turn the TV off for 10 seconds and turn it on
again.
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General Specifications
LCD Panel
Input/Output
Audio
Compatibility
Compatibility
Screen Size
32" diagonal
Resolution
Display Color
Aspect Ratio
WXGA (H) 1366 X (V) 768pixels
16, 777, 216 Color
16:9 WIDE
Video in/ out
1 Vp-p/75 Ω
S-VIDEO in
Y 1 Vp-p/75 Ω, C 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω
Y / Pb/Cb / Pr/Cr
Y 1 Vp-p/75 Ω, Cb/Pb / Cr/Pr 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω
Audio L/R in/out
Input: 400 mV/47 KΩ, Output: 400 mV/600 Ω
Analog RGB in
D-Sub X 1
HDMI in
HDMI X 1
PC Audio in
Phone Jack X 1
Antenna input
75 Ω
Built-in speaker
10W X 2
Color Temperature
Normal/Warm/Cool
Screen
adjustment
Size
Normal/Zoom/Wide
Progressive Scan
Yes
3-2 pull down
Yes
Color system
NTSC
SDTV/HDTV
480i, 480p, 1080i, 720p
PC
VGA/SVGA/XGA
Power
AC 120V, 190W
Operative temperature
32°F - 95°F
Storage temperature
14°F ~ 104°F
①*(W)32.32 X (D) 9.45 X (H) 24.49 inch (with speaker/stand)
Dimension
②*(W) 40.31 X (D) 10.40 X (H) 23.39 inch (with speaker/stand)
③*(W) 27.00 X (D) 10.40 X (H) 32.30 inch (with speaker/stand)
Other
①*43.6 lbs
Net Weight
②*44.2 lbs
③*45.1 lbs
①*55.5 lbs
Gross Weight
②*56.1 lbs
③*56.6 lbs
*Refer to page 44
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Pictures for different crust
①
②
③
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RGB Frequency Table
The table below shows the frequency ranges supported by the LCD TV. It supports from
VGA to XGA. If you are connecting your PC to the LCD TV via the RGB port, please use the following table in
order to setup your PC’s VGA output for maximum optimization.
Source
Resolution
Vertical
Frequency
(Hz)
HDMI input
640 x 480
60
480p
60
576p
50
1080i
50/60
720p
50/60
Component
480i
60
(Y/PbCb/PrCr)
480p
60
1080i
60
720p
60
P: positive, N: negative
Source
Horizontal
Frequency
(Khz)
Vertical
Frequency
(Hz)
Horizontal
Sync Polarity
(TTL)
Vertical
Sync Polarity
(TTL)
60
31.469
59.940
N
N
72
37.861
72.809
N
N
75
37.500
75.000
N
N
85
43.269
85.008
N
N
60
37.879
60.317
P
P
72
48.077
72.188
P
P
75
46.875
75.000
P
P
85
53.674
85.061
P
P
60
48.363
60.004
N
N
70
56.476
70.069
N
N
75
60.023
75.029
P
P
1280 x 768
60
47.770
60.000
N
P
1360 x 768
60
47.720
60.000
N
P
Resolution
640 x 480
PC input
800 x 600
1024 x 768
Refresh
Rate
(Hz)
45