Philips 9P6031C Owner`s manual

Instructions
9P5031C
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9P5531C
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9P6031C
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9P5034CI
9P5534CI
9P6034CI
for use
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enclosed with your purchase at once. And take advantage
of these important benefits.
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and welcome to the "family!"
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MAGNAVOX
PHILIPS
product owner:
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Sincerely,
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President and Chief Executive
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MAGNAVOX product, you mustreturnyour
Warranty RegistrationCard within10 days.So
please mail itto us rightnowt
Officer
Know these
safetysymbo#s
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This "bolt of lightning" indicates uninsulated material within your unit which may cause an
electrical shock. For the safety of everyone
covering.
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in your household, please do not remove the product
=exclamation point" calls attentton to features for which you should read the enclosed lit-
erature closely to prevent operating and maintenance problems.
WARNING; TO PREVENT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS EQUIPMENT
CAUTION: To wevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, and fully insert.
ATTENTION: Pour _titer lea chous _]ectriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la fiche darts la
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SAFETYINSTRUCTIONS
- Readbefore operatingequipment
This productwasdesignedand manufacturedto meetstrict qualityand
safetystandards. Thereare, however,some installationandoperation
precautionswhichyou shouldbe particularly
awareof.
1.
ReadInstructions
- Allthesafetyandoperating
instructions
should
bereadbeforetheappliance
isoperated.
2. RetainInstructions
- The safetyand operatinginstructions
should
beretainedforfuturereference.
3. HeedWarnings- All warningsonthe applianceandin theoperating
instructions
should beadheredto.
4. FollowInstructions - All operatingand useinstructionsshould be
followed.
5. Waterand Moisture- Theapplianceshouldnotbe usednearwater
- for example,neara bathtub,washbowl,kitchensink, laundrytub,
in a wet basementor neara swimmingpool,etc.
6. CartsandStands- Theapplianceshouldbe usedonlywith a cart or
standthat is recommendedbythe manufacturer.
6#,. A
An applianceand cart combination should be moved
with care. Quick stops, excessiveforce,and uneven
surfacesmay causethe applianceandcart combination
to overturn.
6B. Tilt/Stability- Alltelevisionsmustcomplywith recommended
internationalglobalsafety standardsfor tilt andstabilitypropertLes
of its
cabinetdesign.
Do notcompromisethesedesignstandardsbyapplyingexcessive pull force to the front, or top, of the cabinetwhichcould
ultimately
overturn theproduct.
Also, do not endangeryourself,or children,
byplacingelectronic equipment/toyson thetop of thecabinet.Suchitems
couldunsuspectinglyfall from the top of the setandcause
productdamageand/orpersonal
injury.
7. Wall or CeilingMounting- Theapplianceshouldbe mountedto a
wallor ceilingonly as recommendedbythe manufacturer.
8. Ventilation- Theapplianceshouldbe situatedso that its locationor
positiondoes not interferewith its properventilation.Forexample,
the applianceshould not be situatedon a bed,sofa, rug, or similar
surface that may block the ventilation openings; or, placed in a
built-in installation,such as a bookcaseor cabinetthat mayimpede
theflow of air throughthe ventilationopenings.
9. Heat - The applianceshould be situatedawayfrom heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances
(includingamplifiers)
that produceheat.
10. Power Sources- The applianceshould be connected
to a power
supply onlyof the type described
in the operatinginstructionsor as
markedonthe appliance.
11. Power-CordProtection- Powersupply cordsshould beroutedso
that they are not likelyto bewalkedon or pinchedby items placed
upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords and
plugs, convenience
receptacles,and the pointwherethey exit from
the appliance.
12. Cleaning- Theapplianceshouldhe cleanedonlyas recommended
bythe manufacturer.
13. Power Lines - An outdoor antennashould be locatedaway from
powerlines.
14. OutdoorAntennaGrounding
- If an outsideantennais connected
to
thereceiver,be suretheantennasystemis groundedso asto provide someprotectionagainstvoltagesurgesand builtup static
charges.
Section810 of theNationalElectricCode,ANSI/NFPA
No. 70-1984,
providesinformation
with respectto propergroundingofthe mats
and supportingstructuregroundingof the lead-inwiretoan antenna discharge
unit,sizeof groundingconnectors,
locationof antenna-discharge
unit,connection
to groundingelectrodes
and requirementsforthegrounding
electrode.
SeeFig.below.
15. Non-use Periods - The powercord of the applianceshouldbe
unplugged
from the outletwhenleft unusedfor a longperiodof
time.
16. ObjectandLiquid Entry- Careshouldbe takensothatobjectsdo
not falland liquidsarenotspilledintotheenclosurethroughopenings.
17. DamageRequiringService- Theappliance
shouldbe servicedby
qualifiedservicepersonnel
when:
A. Thepowersupplycordor theplughasbeendamaged;or
B. Objectshavefallen,or liquidhasbeenspilledintothe appliance;or
C. Theappliancehasbeenexposed
to rain;or
D. Theappliance
doesnotappearto operatenormally
or exhibits
a markedchange
in performance;or
E. Theappliancehasbeendropped,or the enclosuredamaged.
18. Servicing- The usershould not attempt to servicethe appliance
beyondthat describedin theoperatinginstructions.Allotherservicing shouldbereferredto qualifiedservicepersonnel.
Note to the CATV system installer: This reminderis providedto call the
CATV systeminstailer's attentionto Article 820-40 of the NEC that providesguidelinesfor propergrounding and, in particular,specifiesthatthe
cable ground shallheconnectedto the grounding systemof the building,
as closeto the pointof cable entryas prantLca].
Exampleof AntennaGrounding
as per NEC- National ElectricCode
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
LEADIN WIRE
,o
P,
NraNNADISCHANG
EUNIT(.ecsec'no.
_=-n)
IROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
(mcsecnoN
ele-21)
GROUNDCLAMPS
T,q-.-...._._
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
POWERSERVICE
GRocNDINGELECTROOE
SYSTEM(NeC
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Getting Started
Welcome/Product Registration ................... 2
Safety/Precautions
Remote
Control
O.eration
Using the Smart Picture Control ................. 32
Using the Smart Sound Control ............................... 32
..................................................... 3
Table of Contents .......................................................
4
Using the Smart Surf Control and the Surf button...33
Features and Model Information ................................
5
Setting the TV Remote to Work Optional Accessory
Devices:
_-_
On-Screen
_ Direct Entry/Code Number Method ............... 34-35
• Search and Identify Method ................................ 36
Remote Control, Direct Entry Code Lists ....... 37-38
Using the Remote s VCR buttons ............................ 39
Features
PICTURE MENU
<'Adjusting Color, Brightness, Sharpness,
Tint, and Picture Controls ...................................
6
<'Using the Clearview Control ...............................
7
_-_
<'Using the Flesh Correction Control .................... 7
<'Adjusting the TV's Convergence
Picture-In-Picture
(PIP)
How to Use PIP (Connections)
............ 40-41
How to Use PIP with the "IV Remote ...................... 42
Control ........... 8
Selecting the Picture Source for PIP ........................ 43
FEATURES MENU
<'Selecting a Picture Source ..................................
Adjusting Picture-in-Picture
9
More PIP Connections
Color and Tint ............ 44
(Cable Converter) ............... 45
<'Setting the 'IV for Closed Captioning ............... 10
<'Setting the TV for Cable or Antenna Signals.... I 1
I
<'Adding Channels in Memory (Automatically). 12
General
Information
Tips if Something Isn't Working ............... 46
<'Adding Channels in Memory (Manually) ......... 13
TV Help Menu .........................................................
47
<'Setting the TV Clock .........................................
14
Glossary of TV Terms .............................................
48
<'Using the Time/Channel Reminder Control...... 14
Index ........................................................................
49
<'Turn-On Timer ..................................................
Factory Service Locations .................................. 50-51
15
<'Using the Sleep Timer Control ......................... 15
Warranty ..................................................................
<'Using Parental Control/Content Advisory:
• Code Setup/Blocking Channels ............... 16-17
• Content Advisory - Movie Ratings ......... 18-19
• Parental Guidelines ....................................... 20
• Blocking Options/Review Settings ............... 21
Use the simple Set-Up Guide (supplied with
your TV information packet) for details on:
<'Adjusting the Channel Display Control ............ 22
• Antenna
<'Using the Language Control ............................. 22
Hook-ups
• First Time Set-Up
(Automatic Settings)
SOUND MENU
<'Adjusting Bass, Treble, and Balance Sound
Controls .............................................................
52
• Basic TV and Remote
23
Control Operation
<'Setting the Bass Boost Control ........................ 23
• On-Screen
Menu Use
<'Setting the 'IV for Stereo and SAP Programs ..24
<'Using the Sound Image Control ........................ 25
<'Using the Volume Display Control ................... 25
<'Using the TV Speaker On/Off Control with
the Audio Output jacks .....................................
26
<'Surround Sound Speaker Connections and
Variable Audio Output Control ........................ 27
<'Using the TV's Audio/Video Input and
Output Jacks ...............................................
Copyright
_ 1999 Philips
Consumer
Electronics
Because of continuous product improvements, the information mentioned in the documents accompanying your product
are subject to change without notice.
28-31
Company.
All rights
reserved.
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First Time Set Up - automatically sets the TV for
local channels and the correct picture signal (antenna
or cable). See your Set-up and Quick Use Guide for
details.
Infrared Remote Control - operates your TV set
and a variety of wireless remote control VCRs, Cable
TV Converters, and other accessory equipment.
Standard TV broadcast (VHF/UHF)
(CATV) channel capability.
or Cable TV
Closed Captioning - allows the viewer to read TV
program dialogue or voice conversations as on-screen
text.
Automatic Programming of channels - for quick
and easy selection of favorite stations available in
your area.
Picture-In-Picture (PIP) - can show a TV program
and the direct video output from an accessory (VCR,
etc.) onto the TV screen at the same time.
Stereo 'IV - with a built-in audio amplifier and a
twin speaker system, reception of TV programs in
both broadcast stereo sound or (SAP) bilingual broadcast are available.
On-Screen Features - display helpful information
for the setting of TV controls (such as help messages,
operating tips and glossary).
Parental Controls - for "censoring" or blocking out
channels to keep children from watching undesirable
programming.
Audio/Video Jacks - for direct connections with
VCRs (and other accessories) for quality "IV picture
i and sound playhack.Component video Input connectors are also available for high fidelity color and picture resolution when using digital video source material, such as DVD.
Surround Sound -this TV set contains external audio
speaker connections for a more dynamic sound effect.
Sleep-Timer - automatically turns the TV OFF at
)reset time intervals.
Smart Button - for the control of TV Sound and
Picture levels. Use the Smart Button on the remote to
quickly adjust Smart Sound (to set TV Volume levels
during program changes or eommerciai breaks);
Smart Picture (for programmed video level adjustments on a variety of program sources); and Smart
Surf (for quick one button channel selection of up to
10 of your favorite channels).
Digital Ready - Projection Television capable of
connecting to both the current analog television signals of today as well as interfacing with new upcoming digital source playback products and devices.
This TV includes multiple signal connectors
(Component Video, S-Video, Composite Video)
which give you a variety ofequipment playback
options for digital set top boxes, satellite receivers,
cable boxes, and other digital devices.
While there may exist some digital devices with connections not available on this television, you should
be adequately prepared for the vast majority of products coming onto the digital consumer electronics'
market. Note: You should always use the connection
output on digital devices that gives the highest level
of picture quality possible. As listed above the
Component Video (or Y t_ PR) input delivers the
best color and picture reproduction; followed by SVideo; and then Composite Video. In addition to the
above listed inputs, your television also includes the
standard 75ohm cable signal connector for use with
antennas or analog cable boxes.
As you unpack your TV please note that the following items have been included with your set:
• Owner's Manual
Safety Tip Information
Factory Service Center Locations
Warranty Registration Card
Remote Control Transmitter
Batteries for Remote Control Use
Please take a few minutes to complete your registration card. The serial number for the TV is on
the hack of the set.
Refer to the back of this manual for instructions
on the cleaning and care of the TV.
End-of-Life
disposal
Your new projection television and its packaging
contain materials that can be recycled and reused.
Specialized companies can recycle your product
to increase the amount of reusable materials and
minimize the amounts which need to be properly
disposed.
Your product also uses batteries which should not
be thrown away when depleted, but should be
handed in and disposed of as small chemical
waste.
Please find out about the local regulations on how
to dispose of your old television, batteries, and
packaging materials wben.ever you replace existing equipment.
TpO adjust your TV color and
icture controls, select a TV
channel and follow the steps shown
below."
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Select BRIGHTNESS, PICTURE, COLOR, TINT, or
_HARPNESS picture control.
With the PICTURE MENU on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_ buttons. Then
press the MENU (_vI)button.
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Press the (+) or (-) buttons to
I adjust the selected control.
TclePress
the STATUS button to
ar the screen.
Remember. When the bar
! scale is centered, control settings are at normal mid-range levels.
BRIGHTNESS Press (-) or (+) until
dark parts of the picture show good
detail.
Press (-) or (+) until
whitestparts of the picture are as
brightas you prefer.
COLOR Press (-) or (+) to add or
eliminate color.
TINT Press (-) or (+) to obtainnatural skin tones. (Also see Flesh
Correction on page 7 for more information).
S_RPNESS
Press (-) or (+) to
improve detail in the picture.
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Clwearview
is a sharpness feature
hich smoothes out background snow (or picture noise)
without losing picture image detail
or crispness.
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Select CLEARVIEW
control.
With the PICTURE MENU on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_1, buttons. Then
press the MENU _vl) button.
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Press the MENU
AV
buttons
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to move the RED highlight. Press
the MENU button to select (tJ) the
ENHANCED
mode.
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Press the STATUS
clear the screen.
button to
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UTe
the Flesh Correction conrol to keep skin tone hues (or
facial tint)from
varying from
channel to TV channel.
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TV
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Sdeet FLESH CORRECTION control.
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With PICTURE MENU (2 of 2) on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_ buttons. Then
press the MENU (_1) button.
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Press the MENU 41,V buttons
to move the RED highlight. Press
the MENU button to turn (_") the
FLESH CORRECTION control
ON.
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Press the STATUS button to
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I clear the screen.
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_!onvergence
is the correct lining up of the red and blue
light paths on the TV screen.
NOTE: If no color fringing (see
Smart Help) shows, then no
Convergence adjustments are necessary for your TV.
t-w_mm
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Select CONVERGENCE
trol.
con-
With PICTURE MENU (2 of 2) on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_ buttons. Then
press the MENU (_d) button.
<_If
there is RED or BLUE color
PICTURE MENU
fringing on the White cross, press
the MENU button to continue.
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Press the MENU t_ buttons
to move the red or blue cross
directly over the white cross on the
TV screen.
20F2_
+
The red or blue cross is properly
adjusted when it is completely
merged with the white cross. (No
color appears around the edge of
the white cross).
@>Press
If there is REDor BLUE
fringeon the WHITEcross,
usethis adjust_nenl;
to
improvethe picture.
the STATUS button to
Press "M"to Continue
adjustments are complete.
- or
-
Press "!_"to Return
I clear the screen when convergence
Remember. Convergence
set at the factory for
best viewing, but if one or more of
the (red or blue) colors appear
around the edges of objects (color
fringing) follow the steps given in
this section.
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NOTE: Adjustments for "Multi- Point" onscreen color fringing can also be made as part
of the "lV's Convergence control system.
Follow the TV's on-screen menu directions to
select individual screen areas that can be readjusted and set for varying red/bltm color fringing conditions. These multi-point settings can
then be "Saved" to memory for the specific
are_.s of the "rv screen (or Factory Settings for
convergence can be me.ailed and put back into
place for use).
MULTI-POINT
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ffs
Tthhe picture for the TV can come
rough either the ANTENNA
plug or the AUDIO/VIDEO INput
jacks (on the rear of the TV). The
Picture Source control simply tells
the TV which one of these picture
sources it is to show on the TV
screen.
_
Sdect PICTURE SOURCE
SELECT control.
With the FEATURES MENU on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_t buttons. Then
press the MENU _vl) button.
,,_ _ Press the MENU AV buttons
to move the RED highlight. Press
the MENU button to turn the desired
PICTURE SOURCE control ON
(u,').
ANTENNA- for a picture signal
coming from the ANTENNA plug
on the TV.
AUX 1 VIDEO- for a picture signal coming from the AUX 1 Video
Input jack on the rear of the TV.
AUX 1 Y 1_ PR- for picture signals coming from the component
(Y PB PR) luminance and color
input jacks on the rear of the TV.
AUX 2 VIDEO- for a picture signal coming from the AUX 2 Video
Input jack on the rear of the TV.
_
Press the STATUS button to
clear
the screen.
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Remember, the Auxiliary
(AUX 1
VIDEO, etc.) must have a compatible video signal source properly
connected (to the INPUT plug on
the rear of the "IV), or the TV
screen will be blank.
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A_
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AIdX I Y _ F_
AUX 2 _GEO
C2
ClvOSed Captioning (CC) allows
ou to read the voice content of
television programs on the TV
screen. Designed to help the hearing
impaired this feature uses on-screen
"text boxes" to show dialogue and
conversations while the TV program
is in progress.
programs and product commercials are made for broadcast
with Closed Caption (CC) information included. Neither are all Closed Caption
modes (CAPTION 1-4; or TEXT 1-4) necessarily being used by a broadcast station
during the transmission of a closed caption program. Usually "CAPTION 1" is the
most used mode to view captioned material. Refer to your area's TV program listings for the star ons and times of C osed Caption shows.
@Select
CLOSED CAPTIONING
control.
With the FEATURES MENU on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_ buttons. Then
press the MENU (M) button.
<_
Press the MENU AV buttons
to move the RED highlight. Press
the MENU button to select (v,") the
desired Closed Caption mode - For
Example: "ALWAYS ON" and
"CAPTION I".
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ALWAYS ON
ALWAYS OFF
ON DURING MUTE ONLY
CAPTION 1, 2, 3, 4:
dialogue (and descriptions)
for the action on the captioned
TV program shows on-screen.
(See Important Note on this
page.)
TEXT 1, 2, 3, 4:
often used for channel guide,
schedules, or bulletin board
information for CC programs.
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I'EX7 2
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NOTE: The ON DURING
MUTE ONLY control ca_
be used to set the TV to
gum the Closed Caption
mode "ON" whenever the
MLrrE button on the
t_..mote is pressed.
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CAP'nON 3
CAPlloN 4
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After making your Caption mode
selection, press the STATUS button
to clear the TV screen. The selected
Closed Caption mode will be active.
CAPTION 1 mode
ExampleScion Display
To cancel, set the Closed Captioned
feature to OFF when finished viewing.
0
Remember. Broadcast
ii stations will often use
spelling abbreviations, symbols,
dropouts and other grammatical
shortcuts in order to keep pace
with the on-screen action. These
type factors vary upon the source
of the captioned text material and
do not indicate a need for service
on the part of the TV.
q,,
•
in black and white (although some broadcasters
or networks may occasionally use color to hi
Closed
information
will usually
light or Caption
draw attention
to certain
areas.) appear
FULL SCREEN TEXT
will block TV screen from viewing
This symbol will appear on channels that contaJn Closed Captioning mamdal wbunevm" the
status display is shown.
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12:00
ES]
NOiTE:
lf you went through
rst Time Setup (in your
Quick Use Guide), this task has
already been completed for you.
You need to make sure the TV is
set to pick up either Cable TV or
Antenna signals. In other words,
the TV needs to know if you connected a Cable TV signal or a normal antenna to its ANTENNA plug.
Select CABLE CHANNEL
TUNING control.
With the FEATURES MENU on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU _-._ buttons.
Then press the MENU (M) button.
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Press the MENU AV buttons
to move the RED highlight. Press
the MENU button to select (_,") the
desired mode - For Example:
CABLE.
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CABLE-
If you DO have
Cable TV connected
to the TV. Channels
1-125 are available.
NORMAL-
If you havean
Antenna connected
to the TV. Channels
2-69 are available.
Press the STATUS button to
0
I clear the screen.
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Auto-Programming
(see previous
page) adds all the channels it
can find (on your Antenna or Cable
TV system) into the TV's memory.
Add/Delete Channels makes it easy
for you to add other channels, or
drop unwanted channels, from the
list of channels in the TV's memory.
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Select CHANNEL MEMORY
(ADD/DELETE CHANNELS)
control.
FEATURE MENU
With the FEATURES MENU on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4.-_ buttons. Then
press the MENU (M) button.
<_
Press the CHANNEL AV or
number buttons to select the channel you want to add or delete.
_
Press the MENU ]1_button to
ADD the channel into the TV's
memory.
O._NNIEL
Press the MENU _l button to
DELETE the channel from memory.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each channel you wish to add or delete.
_ Press the STATUS or MENU
button to clear the screen.
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Remember. You can also
add the AUX 1 VIDEO,
AUX 2 VIDEO, or AUX I Y PB
PR, modes just like a channel.
Then by pressing the CHANNEL
AV buttons the AUX(iliary)
mode can quickly be selected to
use the desired set of Input jacks
(see page 28).
Note: AUX(iliary) VIDEO modes
are located between the lowest
and highest channel numbers
within the ADD/DELETE CHANNEL control screen.
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MI_IOF_Y
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ii,!
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NOiTE:
If you went through
rst Time Setup (in your
Quick Use Guide), this task has
already been completed for you.
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Your TV comes with an on-screen
clock. During normal operation the
clock appears on the screen with
every channel change (and when
the STATUS button is pressed).
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Remember,
g
be sure to press "0"
first and then the
hour number for
single digit entries.
--,
TV Clock settings
may be lost when
the TV is unplugged
(or AC power to the
set is interrupted).
REA_I_RE MENU
Select SET CLOCK control.
With FEATURES MENU (?,,of 5)
I on screen, move the RED hi_,hlight
with the MENU 4_
buttons. Then
press the MENU (M) button.
<_
Press the remote's
--
number
,_T CLOCK & ALARM _ER
I buttons to set the time clock.
The remote's MENU _
buttons
can also be used to set the hours,
minutes and AM/PM portions of
the clock.
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Press the STATUS button to
set the clock in operation and clear
the screen.
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Pt_A_
Eh_T_R_E
CURRENT H_JR
Wcth
the Half Hour Reminder
ontrol the TV automatically
shows you the current time and
channel every thirty minutes.
<_
Select HALF HOUR
REMINDER control.
With FEATURES MENU (2 of 5)
on screen, move the RED highlight with the MENU 4_ buttons.
Then press the MENU (_1) button.
<_
Press the MENU &V and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and select (p") the EVERY HALF
HOUR item.
Press the STATUS
clear the screen.
button
to
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Select SET ALARM TIMER
_
_i_
:_
control.
With FEATURES MENU (2 of 5)
on screen, move the P,ED highlight
with the MENU (M) 4,'_ buttons.
Then press the MENU button.
<_
Press the MENU •V
1 'og s,
,20_5--
, •
and
--
_r
_
ra_lEr4 w
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and select ON (v").
<_
Press the MENU ••
and
then the MENU (M) buttons to
se ect SET ALARM TIME".
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÷
Press the remote's number
buttons to set the "TURN ON"
time for the TV. (Press MENU •
• for AM or PM.)
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Press the STATUS button to
set the "ALARM TIME" and clear
the screen.
n_rVe
you ever fallen asleep in
ont of the TV only to have it
wake you up at two in the morning
with a test pattern screeching in
your ears? Welt, your TV can save
you all that trouble by automatically turning itself off.
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Remember,
to see how many
minutes are left
before the TV shuts
itself off, reselect
the SLEEP TIMER
control screen.
Press the SLEEP button on the
remote control.
To stop a SLEEP
TIMER setting,
reset the timer back
Note: you can also select the
SLEEP control with the TV's onscreen FEATURES MENU (2 of 5),
Move the RED highlight with the
MENU (M) 4_1,buttons. Then press
the MENU button.
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_
to OFF. (Turning
the "IV off and on,
or pressing a button
during the last
minute of a timer
Press the SLEEP button repeatedly to pick the amount of time (15
minutes to 2 hours ahead) before
the TV will turn itself off.
setting, will also
cancel a setting.)
The (+), (-) buttons can also be used
to set the amount of time.
shut off a message
will come on the
Press the STATUS or MENU
screen telling you
GOOD NIGHT.
A few seconds
before the TV is to
(M) button to clear the screen after
I you have set the dine for the TV to
.__ turn off.
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P_torental
Control allows parents
block out, or censor,
any
channels they think children should
not watch. A channel placed under
Parental Control cannot be viewed
until a correct access code is used to
unlock
/
your TV and the Parental Control for the first time, and don't want to SETUP a new
Access code number, you can use the "0000' number to block channels - see next page.
NOTE:Your
The "0711" Parental
TV left Code
the factorywith
(shown on the
thisParental
page) isCode
givenset
asto
a default
"0000".If
or way
you to
arereset
using
the 7
Code when the current Access number is not known.
the channel for viewing.
--
FEATURE
MENU
First let's set your Parental Code:
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Select the PARENTAL CONTROL.
With FEATURES MENU (3 of 5)
on screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_ buttons. Then
i
d
press the MENU (M) button•
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Press the MENU AV and
--
_AR_r_'_4_
CCI_ TROL
select(M)thebuttons
SETUP toCODE
item.
I and
MENU
highlight
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Press 0, 7, 1, 1 on the remote.
"XXXX" shows on the ACCESS
CODE SETUP screen as you press
the number buttons•
•__/
"INCORRECT ACCESS CODE TRY AGAIN" will also show on the
screen.
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Press0,7,
1, 1 on the remote
again.
"Next Enter Your New Access
Code shows on the screen•
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Enter a new four digit number
code using the remote.
"Access Code Changed" shows on
the screen to let you know the new
code has been set.
Continue to the next page to find
out how to "BLOCK" channels from
viewing.
• Press
MENU
•
to go on and start
to l*bl.oc k" channels.
• press MENU •
to go to "Content
Advisot'y" (orTV and Movie Ratings
system of channel blocking).
• Press MENU to return to the parental
Control Menu scrccn.
your Censor Access Code without
changing to a new code number.
So if your Code number changes,
and you didn't change it yourself,
then you will know that someone
has altered the code and the
blanked out channel has been
viewed.
i° Press STATUS
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to dear the semen•
Aflper
you Setup your personal
arental Access Code number
(see previous page), you are now
ready to select the channels you
want to block out or censor from
viewing.
--
FEATURE
MENU
Select the CHANNEL
BLOCKING control.
With FEATURES MENU (3 of 5)
[ on screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_1' buttons. Then
I
I
press the MENU (M) button.
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._.J
V
Press the MENU A_' and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and select the CHANNEL
BLOCKING
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Menu
tern.
Enter the correct Parental
Code number (see previous page).
Press Channel ,AT or Channel
Number buttons to select the channel you want to block.
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Press the MENU
button to
"BLOCK VIEWING" on the
selected channel,
Press the MENU • button to
"ALLOW VIEWING" on a
blocked ¢haanel.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 for any other
channels you wish to block out.
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C_-_ Ne,l_. B LDC_NG A_TI_
I:_ea_e_,_er Acce_ C_de
Seie_ =_c_er Cs,annel
tot we_ng
Remember, to make "IV
viewing easier all channels
(and Audio/Video Input jacks)
will be unblocked, once the correct Parental Code number has
been entered.
When the TV is turned OFF and
then back ON again, Parental
Control is back in place for all
channels.
BLOCKED
CHAICNEL SCREEN MESSAGE
(Appears when an attempt to select a blocked
chanr_] is made a_d parental Conm:4 is ON.)
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No(€: You can also block out the
use of the Audio/Video Input jacks
on the rear of the TV. This stol_ the
viewing of VCR programs which
can I_ shown tlnough _he A/V IN
jaaks. Just _|ect AUX 1 or AUX 2
VIDEO (lo_t_d b_tw_n th_ lower
and higlw.st channel nurn_)
on
tl_ Channel nice, king screen, and
select *blocked".
Note: Please remember that a valid and current Access Code number will be
Another
available ofto
parents new
for area
the censoring
program material is through the
TV Guidelines and Movie Ratings
system. Program Content Advisory
data will soon be contained within
required in the setup and use of the TV's "Content Advisory" system. Review the
previous SETUP CODE section on how to obtain a valid Parental Access Code
number before attempting to make adjustments within the Movie Ratings and
Parental Guidelines system.
the broadcast
signals of received
TV programs.
When setup by the
parent or viewer, the TV can
respond to transmitted advisory
data by blocking out or denying
access to TV shows (based on
whether the program
meets or
exceeds the limitations you select
as viewable). The TV program can
then only be viewed by entering the
correct and current Parental Code
Access number.
The Content
Advisory
system
uses
both "Movie Ratings"
and a
"Parental
Guidelines "form of
censoring. Refer to the following
CONTENT AOVISO_Y A_
page sections for explanations
on
the different Rating system levels
and their uses.
_
Select the CONTENT
SORY Menu option
With PARENTAL
To 6lock
O? Un_!_:k
Pro_-ams, _irs_Enter
your Ac_'ss
COde,
I
I
ADVI-
CONTROL
CONTENT ADV1SGRY
Menu on screen, move the RED
highlight with the MENU t_l, buttons. Then press the MENU
button.
(M)
A Parental
Rating
Guideline/Movie
status screen will appear with a
review of currently BLOCKED
Content Advisory categories.
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Press the MENU
button
select the ENTER ACCESS
CODE
to
Menu item.
,_ Eater the correct
Code number
of this page).
"CONTENT
Parental
(see note at the top
ADVISORY"
Menu
screen appears. Parental
Guidelines, Movie Ratings and
other blocking control items are
ready for selection and use.
0
CHANNEL
8
BLOC;_J_D BY CON11_ NT AD_IS_Ry
TV GL_EUNES
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C
Plel_
enter _:cess
Code
Select anther Channel
fo_ _e_ng
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NOTE: In normal Content Advisory system operation
the TV screen will display a message when programming is blocked by a Movie Rating, Parental
Guideline, or Blocking Option control feature.
Entering the correct ACCESS CODE number will
unblock all the blocked Content Advisory Rated channels until the TV is turned Off. The blocked Advisory
Ratings will be back in place when the 'IV is turned
back On again.
M:vie
Ratings set viewing
ccess levels for TV programming
according to current
Motion Picture Association
of
America (MPAA ) ratings. These
ratings are similar to the categories used with the rated movies
appearing in cinema theaters and
with video rental material.
_
Select the MOVIE
Menu option.
With CONTENT
RATINGS
ADVISORY
Menu on screen, move the RED
highlight with the MENU _
buttons. Then press the MENU
(M) button.
<
•P_ Press
the MENU
G - General Audience: Most parents would find this
program suitable for all ages. This type of programming
contains little or no violence, no strong language, and
little or no sexual dialogue or situations.
PG - Parental Guidance: This programmingcontains
material that parents may find unsuitable for younger
children. It may contain one or more of the following:
Moderate violence, some sexual situations, infrequent
coarse language, or some suggestive dialogue.
PG-13: This programming contains material that parents
may find unsuitable for children under the age of 13. It
contains one or more of the following: violence, sexual
situations, coarse language, or suggestive dialogue.
R - Restricted:
This programming is specifically
designed for adults, Anyone under the age of 17 should
only view this programming with an accompanying parent
or adult guardian. It contains one or more of the following:
intense violence, intense sexual situations, strong coarse
language, or intensely suggestive dialogue.
NC-17 - No one under 17 admitted: This type of programming should be viewed by adults only. It contains
graphic violence, explicit sex, or crude indecent language.
X - Mature audience only: This type of programming
contains one or more of the following: very graphic
violence, very graphic and explicit or indecent sexual acts,
very coarse and intensely suggestive language.
A,V and
MENU (M) buttons
to highlight
and select (tJ) the desired MOVIE
BLOCKING
level.
When in operation a "Blocked Movie Rating" TV screen appears
when movies are received which
include the same selected rating as
the Movie Blocking setting(s).
Only the correct Access Code
number, entered by the viewer,
will unblock or allow the viewing
of a block rated program.
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Note: When a Movie
Rating is selected (_,,r) all
higher level ratings are automatically blocked (although each individual Movie Rating can be manually selected and turned On or Off
as desired). Programs with lower
than the selected rating level are
allowed for viewing or unblocked.
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Darental
Guidelines
can be
I
even more defined and specific
in the degree and extent of material parents may allow for 73/program viewing. Sub-settings
for
Language, Violence, and other
PARENTALGUIDEUNES
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]
blocking factors can be manually
switched On or Off for use within
the major Parental Guideline categories
(TV-Y7,
TV-PG,
etc.).
L_ Select the PARENTAL
GUIDELINES Menu option.
With CONTENT
ADVISORY
Menu on screen, move the R_D
highlight with the MENU _-_
buttons. Then press the MENU
(M) button.
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Press the MENU •
I_ to
highlight and select the desired
PARENTAL GUIDELINE rating
level (TV-Y, TV-Y7, etc.).
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TV-Y - Appropriate for all children: Designed for a
very young audience, including children ages 2-6. This type of
programrmng is not expected to frighten younger children.
• TV-Y7 -Appropriate for children seven and older: It
may be more appropriate for children who have acquired the
idevelopment skills needed to distinguish between make-believe
and reality. This programming may include mild fantasy and
comic violence (FV).
TV-G - General Audience: This type of programming
contains little or no violence, no strong language, and little or
no sexual dialogue or situations.
TV-PG - Parental Guidance suggested: This type of
Press the MENU AV and
MENU (M) buttons to Block (t,_)
the selected Parental Guideline
camgory (or to set other individual
blocking feature items available
within that Guideline category (L,
V. S, D, etc.) as desired).
Note: Selecting "ALWAYS
BLOCKED" (or individually
programrmng contains one or more of the following: Moderate
vie enee (V), some sexual situations (S), infrequent coarse language (L), or some suggestive dialogue (D).
• TV-14. Unsuitable for children under 14: This type of
programrmog contains one or more of the following: intense
violence (V), intense sexual situations (S), strong coarse lani gnage (L), or intensely suggestive dialogue (D).
i" TV-MA - Mature audience only: "this type of progrommiog contains one or more of the following: graphic violence
(V), explicit sexual situations (S), or crude indecent language
i adjusting the L, V, S, D settings)
for any one rating will set all other
higher level ratings to be automatically blocked as well.
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The TV-Y7; TV-PG;
TV-14; and TV-MA guidelines also include customized settings for various additional items
such as V (violence), S (sexual situations), L (coarse language), D
(suggestive dialogue), and FV
(fantasy violence). These additional settings are category specific and can be individually selected
for use as desired.
L_v) - Violence
(S) - Sexual s tuations
(L) - Language
(D) - Inappropriate dialogue
(FV) - Fantasy Violence may frighten children under
seven. Some cartoons may have this rating. Available in
the TV-Y7 category only.
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Z_a e Content Advisory system
lso has Blocking
Option "controls which can be
used to deny viewing access for
channel programs and movies
even when they are "unrated",
or
contain "no rating"
as broadcasted.
_
information
Select the BLOCKING
OPTIONS
Menu control.
With CONTENT
Menu on screen,
highlight
Note: Remember that Content Advisory data or encoded
information is not available with all received TV programming (this also includes commercials, and other program
spot announcements). Broadcaster's can decide not to
any kind of content advisory ratings with their
can actually choose to
ADVISORY
move the RED
with the MENU
4_
buttons. Then press the MENU
(M) button.
Press the MENU
A_'
Blocking Options allow the viewer to block any
program without content advisory data with the use of its
"NO RATING INFORMATION" control. And to block
programs that are encoded as "unrated" with its "'UNRATED PROGRAMMING" control option.
and
i MENU (M) buttons to turn the
Blocking System On (highlight
and select tt ENABLED).
Then
use the remote Menu buttons to
Since the reception of Content Advisory data can take a
few seconds, you may want to use the "CHANNEL
CHANGE" option to be sure no viewing is alIowed during
blocked program channel changes. This can eliminate the
display of a few seconds of undesirable video on the TV,
or receiving scenes from a Ratings blocked channel
select the desired programming
and information blocking options.
Please refer to Note shown
with
this page section for details on
"unrated"
and "no rating" program
control options.
source.
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UTo e the Review Settings control
quickly check the status for
Content Advisory system Parental
Guidelines
and Movie Rating
"Blocked" program levels.
< _T
Select the REVIEW
INGS Menu option.
SET-
With CONTENT ADVISORY
Menu on screen, move the RED
highlight with the MENU 4ol,
buttons. Then press the MEfffl,I
(M) button.
The TV screen will display the
current Parental Guideline and
Movie Ratings Blocked program
settings. Content Advisory system
status will also be shown (Enabled
-On, or Disabled - Off).
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L--J
_tth
the Channel Display conrol you can change the size
and location of the on screen
channel and clock information.
Try it out.
g
Press the CHANNEL AV buttons
Select CHANNEL
control.
and you should see
the Display Size you
selected•
DISPLAY
Remember. The
SMALL SIZE dis-
With FEATURES MENU (2 of 5)
on screen, move the RED highlight with the MENU 4_P buttons.
Then press the MENU (M) button.
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•
. FEA,_JRE MENU
I
Press the MENU AV and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and select (t,") the LARGE or
play shows only the
channel number, not
the time (or clock)•
2_5.--
SMALL
<_
display control.
Press the STATUS
clear the screen.
button to
m3
N_ite:
lf you went through First
me Setup, This task has
already been completed for you.
Remember,
the Language control only makes the
TV's on-screen
(MENU) items
appear in English,
Spanish, or French
text. It does not
For our Spanish and French
speaking TV owners an on-screen
LANGUAGE option is present•
With the LANGUAGE control you
can set the TV's on-screen features to be shown in either
English, Spanish or French•
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Select the LANGUAGE
PLAY control.
change the other onscreen text features
such as Closed
DIS-
Captioned (CC) TV
shows.
With FEATURES MENU (3 of 5)
on screen, move the RED highlight with the MENU t_ buttons.
Then press the MENU (M) button.
< ,_ Press the MENU AY and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and select (t,,') English, Spanish
(ESPAIqOL), or French (FRANCAIS) on the display control.
Text for the on-screen Menu will
change to the selected language.
<_
Press the STATUS button to
I clear the scree_
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your
TV also has individual
ound adjustment controls. The
BASS (low frequency), TREBLE
(high frequency), and Speaker
BALANCE may all be used to
adjust the sound playback of TV
programs.
<_
Select BASS, or TREBLE, or
BALANCE sound control.
With the SOUND MENU on the
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU _ buttons. Then
press the MENU (M) button.
<_
Press the (+) or (-) buttons to
/
adjust the sound control to levels
you prefer.
<_
Select and then press MENU
(M) button to view additional
Press the STATUS button to
clear the screen.
Icontrols grouped under same
feature heading. For
Example: Treble. Balance,
Bass Boost, Stereo. etc.
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r_he BASS BOOST control
1. increases the low frequency
audio range of the TV. This creates
a deeper, fuller playback sound
which can be heard through the
TV's speakers.
_
Select BASS BOOST sound
control.
With the SOUND MENU on the
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU _
buttons. Then
press the MENU (M) button.
_
Press the MENU AV and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and turn ON (u") the BASS
BOOST control.
Press the STATUS button to
Iclear
th°seree !
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ybur roadcast
TV is able
stereoto receive
TV programs.
Remember.
The TV is equipped with an amplifier and twin speaker system
through which the stereo sound
can be heard.
Ifa stereo signal is
not available and
!
SOUND MENU
the TV is placed in
the STEREO mode,
sound coming from
the TV will remain
Note: STEREO will appear on the
TV's channel status screen to indicate when a stereo broadcast
nal is available and received.
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monaural (mono).
sig-
Select STEREO sound control.
With the SOUND MENU on the
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU (M) 4_1,buttons.
Then press the MENU button.
<_
Press the MENU &V and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and turn ON (t,_) the STEREO
mode.
<_
Press the STATUS button to
I clear the screenz
_I.tND M£NU
Second Audio Program (SAP) is
part of the stereo broadcast system. Sent as a third audio channel SAP can be heard apart from
the current TV program sound.
TV stations are free to use SAP
for any number of purposes, but
many experts believe it will be
used for foreign language translations of TV shows (or for weather and news bulletins.)
SECOND PROGRAM SOUND CAN
ONLy BE SELECTED 0 "_) WHEN
SAP INFORMATION
IS PRESENT
ON CURRENT CHANNEL.
NOTE: If a SAP signal is not present with a selected program, the
SAP option can not be selected.
"This program does not contain
SAP information" will show on
the TV screen.
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Tche
Incredible
Stereo control
an be used to add greater
depth and dimension
to both
monaural (MONO) and STEREO
TVsound.
Remember,
with the Incredible
Stereo control
turned ON even
monaural (mono)
audio source material can be heard
through rear
Surround Sound
(_
Select INCREDIBLE
STEREO control.
With the SOUND MENU on the
screen, move the RED highlight
speaker connections
(see page 27).
Note: The monaural
version of Surround
Sound may be louder at the rear set of
with the MENU (M)4_k buttons.
Then press the MENU button.
<_
Press the MENU AV and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and turn ON (v,") the INCREDIBLE STEREO mode.
speakers than what
is normally heard
with true stereo signal Surround
Sound, but this is
normal.
For Example: "MAXIMUM"
spreads the Incredible Stereo effect
as wide as possible.
<_
Press the STATUS button to
clear the screen•
@
Use
the DISPLAY
ontrol
to see the VOLUME
TV's volume
Remember,
"DURING
ADJUSTMENT"
means the volume
level will be on
screen whenever the
Volume buttons are
level settings on the TV screen.
Once set, the Volume Display will
be seen each time the VOLUME
buttons
(on the TV or remote)
are
pressed.
I @
Select DISPLAY
control.
VOLUME
pressed.
i
With SOUND MENU (2 of 3) on
SCreen,move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_ buttons. Then
press the MENU (M) button.
<_
_
_GI.It4D I,_NU
Press the MENU AV and
2OF3--
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and turn ON (va) the DISPLAY
VOLUME control.
<_
Press the STATUS button to
clear the screen.
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rm
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INI
E-]
WgUld
you like to hear TV prorams through your audio hif! system? The TV's Variable Audio
Out:._ttjacks and TV Speaker
On/Off control work together to
offer you this TV sound option.
<_
Connect the R(ight) and L(eft)
VARIABLE AUDIO OUT jacks
on the TV to the R and L Audio
Input jacks on your amplifier or
sound system.
VARIABLE
AUDIO
Set the audio system's volume to
normal listening level.
'_
OUTPUT JACKS
Turn the TV and audio system
ON. You can now adjust the sound
level coming from the audio system with the Volume &.1' buttons
on the TV or remote.
_
AUDIO IN
(RED/WHITE)
®®
®®
<_To
hear the TV sound from only
the audio system speakers, sdect
"IV SPEAKERS control.
With SOUND MENU (2 of 3) on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU ,1_ buttons. Then
I press the MENU (M) button.
<_
Press the MENU AV and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and turn OFF (t,,") the TV SPEAKERS control.
AUDIO SYSTEM
You should now only hear TV
sound coming from the audio system speakers.
<_
Press the STATUS button to
clear the screen.
__
Remember, the audio sysitem may have to be in
AUX(iliary) mode to play sound
from the TV (Outputs).
•
L
NOTE: The TV's FIXED
AUDIO OUTPUT jacks cart
also be used for the playback
of TV program sound with an
iexternal audio amplifier, or
home theater hi-fi system.
Connection of the FIXED
AUDIO OUT(pats) is similar
Note: When the TV SPEAKER
control is set to "NORMAL'* (for
TV speaker operation) make sure
the VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUT
control (see next page) is also set
to "STEREO" in order for the TV's
AUDIO OUTPUT jacks to work
properly.
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to the Variable Audio Outputs
(as shown above). However,
specific sound level adjustments will be made with the
controls at the external amplifier or home sound system
(instead of through the TV's
audio level controls.)
BACK OF TV
By
adding optional external
speakers to the TV s sound system, you can create the feeling of
reflected sound that surrounds you
at a movie theater or concert hall.
<_
REAR SURROUND SOUND
SPEAKER TERMINALS
Remember,
!
Surround Sound
will not work with
Connect both external speakers to the speaker wire terminals
on the TV.
_
[
Recommended speakers: 8ohm, 15
watt minimum. Be sure the (+) and
(-) speaker wires are connected to
the correct R(ight) and L(efl)
speaker terminals on the 'IV.
<_
Place the speakers
only one speaker
connected; or with
monaural audio
material (unless
Variable Audio
so the view-
Surround control is
turned ON - see section below).
"IV
ing area is between the TV and the
rear surround speakers. (See overhead view drawing.)
<_
Turn "IV ON and place the
STEREO control to the "STEREO
IF AVAILABLE"
(u") position.
After setup whenever a stereo signal is received the audio will be
heard in Surround Sound.
REAR SURROUND
SOUND SPEAKERS
Note: The rear Surround Sound speakers will not
be heard at the same volume level as the front "IV
speakers. It is intended for the rear speakers to give
a background noise effect which requires a lower
volume level than the TV's front _peakers,
REAR SPEAKER
O
_
PRIMARY
TV's Variable Audio Output
acks can also be used for
Surround Sound. Once they are
connected an external hi-fi system
its speakers can be used for the
playback of Surround Sound.
VIEWING AREA
Tjhe
BACK OF TV
Connect
the R(ight) and L(eft)
ARIABLE
AUDIO OUT jacks
on the TV to the R and L Audio
Input jacks on your amplifier or
sound system.
_Turn
TV
VARIABLE
screen control
(u,") position.
Sound option,
AUDIO
INPUT JACKS
ON and place the
AUDIO OUTPUT on
to the SURROUND
(Select the Main Menu
screen 3 of 3).
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AUDIO SYSTEM SPEAKERS USED AS REAR
SURROUND SOUND SPEAKERS
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TV's Audio/Video lnput
acks are for direct picture and
sound connections between the TV
and a VCR (or Video Disc Player,
etc.) that has Audio/Video Output
jacks.
To view the playback of a VCR
rape by using the Audio/Video
Input jacks on the TV:
NOTE: Connections and use of the
TV's rear AUX 2 VIDEO Input jacks
are the same as for the AUX 1 jacks
(except "AUX 2" is seleet_l as the
Zhe
<
"]
l
PICTURE AND SOUND FROM
PLAYBACK OF VCR TAPE
I
--FEATUP,
E MENU
Connect the VIDEO OUT jack
from the VCR to the AUX 1
VIDEO IN jack on the TV.
BACK OF TV
VIDEO IN
(YELLOW)
,_ Connect the AUDIO OUT
jacks R(ight) and L(eft) from the
VCR to the AUX 1 AUDIO IN
AUDIO LN
I
(RED/WHITE)
jacks on the TV.
€_
AUDIO/VIDEO
OUTPUT JACKS
ON VCR
Select the "AUX 1 VIDEO"
PICTURE SOURCE SELECT
control on the TV.
With the FEATURES MENU on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU (M) 4_1, buttons.
Then press the MENU button.
@>Press
VCR
the MENU &V and
IIf you have a slngle
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and select (tJ) the AUX 1 VIDEO
mode.
_Turn
(monaural)
Audio Output VCP.. "Y" connectors
are avdilable to complete your connection. Contact yottr dealer, or our
Pm_ Informatio_ Center ( 1-800-
the VCR ON and press
a_cssori_$.
851-8885)
to orderany optional
PLAY to view the tape on the TV.
O
Remember, after it is
! connected an easy way to
select the AUX 1 VIDEO mode is
to press the TV/VCR button on
the remote. AUX 2 VIDEO; AUX
1 Y PB PR; and the last channel
viewed can also be selected in this
way.
Also, if you have added AUX 1
VIDEO to the TV's channel memory (see page 13), you can just
press the CHANNEL AV buttons
to select the AUX 1 mode.
28
S(uper)-Video connection on
he rear of the TV can give you
better picture detail and clarity, for
the playback of S- VHS VCR tapes or
Video Discs, than the normal antenna picture connections.
Note: The VCR (or Video Disc
Player) must have a S-VIDEO
0 UT(put) jack in order for you to
complete the connections shown on
TV's AUX 2 S-VIDEO Input jacks are
the same as for the AUX 1 S-VIDEO
The
jacks
"AUX 2and
S-VIDEO"
NOTE:(except
Connections
use of theis
1
selected as the Picture Source in slep 3).
PICTURE AND SOUND FROM PLAYBACK
OF S-VHS VCR TAPE PLAYBACK
BACK OF 'IN
I
this page.
_
<_
VHS)
OUT the
jackS-VIDEO
from the VCR
Connect
(S- to
the S-VIDEO AUX 1 IN(put)jack
on the TV.
The S-VIDEO connecting cable
will be supplied with the S-VHS
VCR (or Video Disc Player).
i
S-VIDEO
CABLE
S-VIDEO
_
_
(RED/WHITE)
AUDIO OUT
OUT
@6
Connect the AUDIO OUT
R(ight)
VCR to the AUDIO AUX 1
jacks
and L(eft) from the
IN(put) jacks on the TV.
<_
Select the "AUX 1 S-VIDEO"
PICTURE SOURCE control.
S-VHS VCR
With the FEATURES MENU on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU (M) 4_1, buttons.
NOTE: A Cl_i (Compact Disc Intecacdve)
player. Video Game, or other S-VIDEO accessory can be heokcd up to the TV usiRg this
type of connection. Please be aware that such
video Sources, which show a constant nonmoving pattern on tbe TV _n,
can cause
picture tube damage. When not in use turn
your video accessories OFF. ABo, regularly
alternate the use of video sources with normal
TV viewing.
Then press the MENU button.
The "AUX 1 S VIDEO" picture
source option appears only when a
S-VIDEO cable has been connected
to the TV's AUX 1 IN(puts).
Turn the VCR ON and place it
in the S-VIDEO (or S-VHS) play[ back mode. Insert S-VHS cassette
tape and playback in a normal man-
Inet"
O
Remember, after it is
connected an easy way to
select the AUX 1 S-VIDEO mode
is to press the TV/VCR button on
the remote.)
Also, if you have added AUX 1 to
the TV's channel memory, you
can just press the CHANNEL &V
buttons to select the S-VIDEO
mode (when active).
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_vvmpOnent Video Inputs proide for the highest possible
color and picture resolution in the
_layback of digital signal source
material such as with DVD players. The color difference signals
(PB, PR) and the luminance (Y) signal are connected and received
PICTURE AND SOUND FROM PLAYBACK
OF DVD SOURCE MATERIAL
separately which permits for
improved color bandwidth information (not possible when using
composite video or S-Video connections).
_
Connect the Component (Y PB
PR) VIDEO OUT jacks from the
DVD player to the (Y PB PR)
VIDEO IN(put)jacks on the TV.
COMPONENT
_._ _ Connect the AUDIO OUT
jacks R(ight) and L(eft) from the
DVD player to the AUX 1 AUDIO
IN jacks on the TV.
<_
Select the "AUX 1 Y PB PR"
PICTURE SOURCE control on
the TV,
DVD PLAYER
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU (M) _i_ buttons,
Then press the MENU button.
Press the MENU AT and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and select (t,.")the AUX 1 Y PB PR
mode.
<_
Turn the DVD player ON and
(RED/WHITE)
(equipped with Component Color
& Luminance Outputs)
With the FEATURES MENU on
<_
_
viDEo
I Optional Video/Audio Cables (with standard
RCA plug connectors) are available to cornplet_ your Component Input Jack eonnections.
Contact Center
your dealer,
or our Partsto order
Information
(l-800-851-SS85)
any optiona ac_es.
material playback on the TV.
0
I press PLAY to view the source
on the DVD player or
accessory digital source equipment
used (e.g. Y PB PR; R.Y/B-Y/Y;
Cr/Cb/Y, etc.). Although abbreviations
and terms may vary, the letters "B'"
and "R" stand for the blue and red
color component signal connectors and
"Y" indicates the luminance signal.
Refer to your DVD or digital accessory
Owner's Manual for definitions and
connection details.
3O
Zohe
Audio/Video
Output jacks
n the TVcan be usedto
PICTURE AND SOUND BEING
RECORDED ON VCR.
record TV programs on VCRs
which have Audio/Video
Input
jacks,
BACK OF TV
To record TV programs by using
the Audio/Video jacks on the TV."
@Connect
_ATURE
MENU
the VIDEO OUT jack
on
thethe
VCR.
ftom
TV to the VIDEO IN jack
<_
Connect the AUDIO OUT
jacks R(ighl) and L(eft) from the
TV to the AUDIO IN jacks on the
VCR.
_
Select the "ANTENNA" PICTURE SOURCE control on the
TV.
With the FEATURES MENU on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU 4_) buttons.
Then press the M_NU (M) button.
VCR
Select the channel on the TV that
i you want to record.
<_
Turn the VCR ON. Put a cas-
V_C;tiantPehi2I_R;I
thas
d_;ce
the
Remember, if the VCR
an INPUT SELECTOR
switch, place it in the LINE or
CAMERA position.
Unattended Timer Recordings
with a VCR are possible, but not
recommended with this connection since the TV must he left ON
for the VCR to record.
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)egardless
of what ty'pe of prorram your watching,
your TV
has automatic video control settings
Remember,
with the Smart
Picture "CUSTOM'"
mode selected you
can set a number of
video controls to
your own preference.
Use the remote's
SMART button to
reselect these personally adjusted Custom
settings contained
within the Smart
Picture feature.
matched for your current program
source or contenL The Smart Picture
feature quickly resets your TV's video
controls for a number of different
Dpes of programs and viewing conditions you may have in your home.
<_
I
<_
Press the Smart button on the
remote.
Press the Menu (M) button to
select the Smart Picture feature
(highl ghted in red).
<_
--
MENU
--
The video control
settings for the
Smart Picture care-
Press the Menu (M) • or • buttons to choose any of the preset viewing categories (Example: Sports,
Movies, etc.). Then press the Menu
(M) button to select the highlighted
control.
rm
Press STATUS button on the
'_remote control t_ar
5M_J_T PCTU_
are memorized into the TV at
the factory and can
only be reset by
field and service
technicians.
the screen.
Are
you tired of the sound of
commercials following you
throughout the house? Smart Sound
allows you to preset a desired volume level that the TV sound will not
go above. This makes for an even,
more consistent sound by reducing
the "peaks" and "valleys" that can
occur during commercials.
Remember,
Smart Sound works
for sound levels
coming from either
the Antenna/Cable
input on the rear of
the 'IV (RF audio);
or the Auxiliary
(VCR/AUX IN)
audio inputs.
When using a Cable
Converter Box with
the Smart Sound
Control ON, the
TV's volume level
may take up to ten
seconds to gradually
increase to normal
listening levels
(when the TV's first
turned on). This is
considered NORMAL with various
Cable Converter
Box use.
@Press
the Smart button on the
I remote.
€_
With the SMART Menu on
[ screen, move the RED highlight
with the Menu 4-_"_buttons. Then
press the MENU (M) button to
I select the highlighted Smart Sound
I control.
<_
Press the Menu • or • and
then the Menu (M) button to turn
the Smart Sound control ON (or
OFF.)
:_ Press the STATUS button to
: _'elear the screen when completed.
0
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Q
"list" or series of previously
t channels can be selected
with the SURF button on your remote
control. With this feature you can
easily switch between different TV
programs that currently interest you.
The Smart Surf control allows you to
set up to 10 channels in its quick
viewing "list ".
<_
To Use 2.Channel
Surf:
Press the Smart button on the
remote.
<_
2 CHANNEL
With the SMART Menu on
SURF- Current and
one previous channel in the ring.
the Menu (M) _ buttons. Press the
MENU button t_select the highlightscreen,
ed
Smartmove
Surf the
control.
RED highlight with
With the 2-Channel
Surf control ON,
select the two desired
channels for viewing
with the number buttons on the remote
control•
Press the SURF button on the remote to
"toggle" between the
two selected channels.
SMART SURF - Current and up to
nine addiuonal channels available in
the ring. Note: The Channel
Surf
ring can be used with fewer than ten
channels. In this way, the number of
<_
Press the Menu • or V, then the
Surf channels can match or fit your
present viewing interests.
Menu (M) button to select either
Smart Surf or 2-Channel Surf. (See
explanation of Surf options with the
illustration on this page.)
<_
Press STATUS button on the
I remote control roear
_With
the screen.
the Smart Surf control
channel for viewing. "Youcan use
the number buttons on the remote (or
ON Channel
(see above),
a desired
the
•V select
buttons).
<_
Pre_ the SURF button on the
remote. (Some channel numbers
may already appear within the Surf
channel list.)
_
Press the Menu button to "ADD"
the selected channel to the Surf list.
the Surf list just press the SURF
button to select the desired channel. Then pros the Menu button
and _ channel wiil be immediNote:
To Deletefrom
a channel
ately dropped
the on from
screen
Surf list.
Select the next desired channel and
repeat steps 2 and 3. Continue until
all desired channels are on the Surf
list.
_2_
Press the SURF button on the
action on channels contained within
the Surf list.
0
I remote to quickly review current
33
your
remote control is set to
ork your TV and many
infrared remote (IR) control
VCRs, Cable TV Converter
Boxes, DVD players, Home
Satellite receivers, etc.
However, an easy one-time step
may be necessary before the
remote will work with your
accessory device.
TV REMOTE
VCR/ACCESSORY
SYSTEM BUTTONS
To begin, try this initial check to
see if going on to the following
section is necessary.
_
VCR
Press the VCR or ACC(essory) System button on the "IV
remote for the desired accessory
device category.
Note: The ACC(essory) system
button contains product codes
for Cable TV Converters, DVD
players, and Satellite receivers.
_
Point the TV remote toward
the desired
press
the POWER
accessory
button.
device and
<_
Does the remote turn the
accessory device ON?
IF YES, O and try other function buttons on the "IV remote. If
SATELLITE
RECEIVER
_
t
i
CABLE CONVERTER
they also work the accessory
device, then the remote is ready
and no further steps are needed.
If NO, continue...
<_
First look up a THREE-DIGIT
remote code number for your
brand of Accessory Device before
going through the simple Direct
Access Method steps shown on
the following page.
Find your Three Digit Code
Number on pages 37-38.
may have to try more than the first
three-digit code given in order to
locate your device's correct code.
3_
!
Nth
w that you have looked up
e three-digit Remote
Code Number for your brand of
accessory device (see page 3738), you ore ready to follow the
simple steps shown below.
Please read through all the
steps before beginning.
Press and release the REC
I
(RECORD) button.
)
Within three seconds after
and release the correct VCR
I
<_
0
releasing
or ACC(essory)
the RECSystem
button, button.
press
Within thirty seconds after
releasing the VCR or ACC
System button, ENTER THE
THREE DIGIT CODE NUMBER for the desired device. The
remote is now ready to send
commands to the accessory.
tON/onE Pos[] SWAP
II FRiU[
)
Point the remote at the accessory device. Press the POWER
button on the remote to turn the
device ON.
Q
0
Remember, if this does
not work the first time,
repeat steps using the same remote
code number.
If after a second try the remote
does not operate your accessory
device, and there are more code
numbers listed for your brand, use
the next listed code number.
If after repeated attempts the code
number method does not work
your accessory device, try the
"SEARCH METHOD" shown on
the following page.
35
l
y;ur
TV remote can be set to
ork various accesso_
devices (VCRs. Cable Converters,
Satellite Receivers)
by what is
called the SEARCH method.
SATELLITE
Note: The Search Method only
works with devices equipped with
Channel Display Indicators or
capabili_.
If the "Direct Access"
code number method (shown in
the previous
section)
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CONVERTER
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did not set
your remote to work your accesso_ device, then follow the easy
VCR
09
steps listed below.
<_
RECEIVER
Turn ON the desired
device.
Six Feet
button
on the
remote.
I system
Press the
correct
VCR
or ACC
(minimum)
<_
Stand at least six feet away
from the front of the accessory
device. Point the remote toward
the unit. HOLD DOWN the
SURF and the desired System
(VCR or ACC) buttons at the
same time. KEEP HOLDING
BU'IffONS DOWN.
@Watch
the Channel Indicator
on the unit. Channel Numbers will
SCAN
UP when the unit has been
identified. This may take up to
two minutes.
_
Release the SURF and System
(VCR or ACC) buttons as soon
as channel numbers start to scan
up. The code has been identified
and the remote is ready to operate
with the accessory
device.
O
Remember, a minute or two
g can seem very long, but the
code should be located within two
minutes.
Don't let the accessory device scan up
more than five channels. The remote
may pass up the right code and another
two minute search cycle will have to
be repearzd.
If no channel change happens within
two minutes, repeat steps I-4, Should
a channel change still not occur, the
remote will not work with the desired
unit.
36
J
VCR BRAND REMOTE CODE NO.
Action .......................
317
Admiral ......................
048
Advamz ......................
356
Adventura ....................
000
Aiko .........................
278
Aiwa .........
406, 307, 468, 000, 037
Akai ..... 106, 053, 041,049, 061,156,
.........................
242, 315
American High .................
035
Asha .........................
240
Audiovox .....................
037
Beaumark .....................
240
Bell & Howell .................
104
Broksonic .... 121, 184,002, 209, 211,
.....................
295, 361,479
CCE .....................
072, 278
Calix .........................
037
Canon ....................
167, 035
i Capehart ..................
020, 554
Carver .......................
081
Cineral .......................
278
Citizen ...................
278,037
Colt .........................
072
Craig ........
037,072,047,240,
271
Curtis Mathes ......
035,041,060,
162
Cybemex .................
051,240
Daewoo ......
278, 561,020, 554, 017,
.........................
045, 087
Daytron ..................
020, 554
Denon ........................
042
Dynatech .....................
000
Eleetrohome
..................
037
Electrophonie ..................
037
Emerex .......................
032
Emerson ..... 184, 002, 209, 278, 036,
121, 211,208,294,
479, 561,061,088,
.212,000, 037, 043,068, 295, 361,510
Fisher ............
047, 104, 054, 066
Fuji ......................
033,035
Fujitsu .......................
000
Funai ........................
000
GE ......
035,060, 048,065,202,
240
Garrard .......................
000
Go Video ..... 279,432, 526; 350, 232
GoldStar ......
037, 018, 038,471,480
Gradiente .............
008, 000, 408
Gmndig ......................
195
HI-Q .........................
047
Harley Davidson ...............
000
Harman/Kardon
........
038, 075,081
Harwood .................
068, 072
Headquarter ...................
046
Hitachi .......
042, 166, 105, 065, 292,
.................
000, 041,082, 235
JVC ..... 067, 008,206,207,
041,384
Jensen ........................
041
VCR BRAND REMOTE CODE NO.
KEC .....................
037, 278
KLH .........................
072
Kenwood .........
041,067, 384,038
Kodak ....................
035, 037
LXI ..........................
037
Lloyd's ...................
000, 208
Logik ........................
072
MEI .........................
035
MGA ................
043, 061,240
MGN Technology ..............
240
MTC .....................
000, 240
Magnasonic ...................
278
Magnavox .... 035, 081,000, 039, 149
Magnin .......................
240
Marantz ..................
081,035
Marta ........................
037
Matsushita ................
035, 162
Memorex ..... 104, 047,000, 037,048,
..... 035,046, 240, 307, 039, 162, 299
Minolta ...................
105,042
Mitsubishi .... 043, 173,061,075, 214,
.................
242, 048, 067, 443
Motorola .................
035,048
Multitech .................
000, 072
NAD .....................
058, 104
NEC .038, 040, 041,050, 067, 082, 104
Nikko ........................
037
Nikon ....................
034, 253
Noblex .......................
240
Olympus .................
035, 226
Optimus . 048, 058,037, 104, 162, 432
Optonica .....................
06.2
Orion ............
479, 002, 184, 295
Panasonie ..... 035,226, 077, 162, 378,
.......................
225,227, 246
Penney ......
035, 240, 037,042, 038,
.........................
040, 054
Pentax ...............
042, 065, 105
Philco ................
035, 209,479
Philips ...........
081,035,062,
403
Pilot .........................
037
Pioneer ...............
058, 168, 067
Portland ..................
020, 554
Profitronic ....................
240
Proscan ...................
060, 202
Protec ........................
072
Pulsar ...................
039, 051
Quarter .......................
046
Quartz ...................
046, 155
Quasar ...............
035, 162, 077
RCA ........
060, 149, 202,042, 105,
..... 035,048, 065, 077, 106, 240, 277
Radio Shack ...................
000
Radix ........................
037
Randex .......................
037
37
VCR BRAND REMO_
Realistic ..... 000, 104, 047,048,037,
.................
035,062, 046, 066
Ricoh ....................
034, 253
Runeo ........................
039
STS .........................
042
Salora ........................
075
Samsung ..........
045,051,053, 240
Sanky ....................
039, 048
Sansui .... 041,479, 0(30, 067,082, 271
Sanyo ............
047,046, 104, 240
Scott .184, 211,121,043,045,210,
212
Sears ........
054, 105, 037, 042,000,
.........
035,046, 047,057,066,
104
Setup ........................
045
Sharp ....................
048, 062
Shintom ......................
072
Shogun ..................
.051,240
Singer ........................
072
Sony .033,034, 032, 253,000, 011,035
Sunpak .......................
253
Sylvania ..........
035,081,000, 043
Symphonic ....................
000
TMK ................
036, 208, 240
Tandy ...................
000, 104
Tatung .......................
041
Teac .....................
000, 041
Technics ..............
035, 162, 246
Teknika ..........
000, 035,037, 052
Thomas ......................
000
Toshiba ......
045,057, 210, 212, 043,
.........................
066, 366
Totevision ................
037, 240
Unitech .......................
240
Vector .......................
045
Vector Research ............
038, 040
Video Concepts .... 040, 045,061,221
Videosonie ....................
240
Wards ...035, 060, 062, 000, 047, 212,
.........
240, 042, 048, 072,081,149
White Westinghouse ............
278
XR-1000 .............
072, 000, 035
Yamaha ......................
038
Zenith ............
039, 000, 033,034
l
CABLE CONVERTER REMOTE CODE NO.
ABC .... 003, 001,007, 008, 011,013,
.................
014, 017, 047, 206
ABC Cable ....................
033
Allegro ...................
153, 315
Antrunix ..................
022, 207
Archer .......
022, 039, 153, 207,797
BBT .........................
267
Belcor ........................
056
Bell & Howell .................
014
Cable Star .....................
056
Cabletenna ....................
022
Cableview ....................
022
Century ......................
153
Citizen ...................
153, 315
Coloar Voice ..............
025, 031
Comband .................
232, 233
Comtec .......................
274
Comtronics ................
040, 060
Contec .......................
019
Digi .........................
637
Eastern ...................
002, 274
Electricord ....................
078
Emerson .....................
797
Everquest .................
015, 040
Focus ........................
400
GC Electronics .............
056, 207
GE ......................
232,233
GMI ........................
057
Garrard .......................
153
Gemini ...........
015,057, 070, 242
General Instrument .276, 476, 011,810
GoldStar ..................
040, 144
Goodmind ....................
797
Hamlin ...020, 009, 259, 034, 206, 273
Hitachi .......................
011
Hytex ........................
007
Jasco .................
015, 153, 315
Jerrold .......
003, 012, 276, 014, 011,
.........
024, 476, 015, 047, 098, 810
Linsay .......................
440
Macom .......................
033
Magnavox ................
027, 334
Memorex .....................
000
Movie Time .......
063, 078, 156, 203
NSC .............
156, 063, 070, 203
Northcoast ....................
314
Novaplex .....................
618
Oak .................
019, 007,248
Optimus ......................
021
Panasonic .............
021,107, 000
Panther .......................
637
Paragon ......................
000
Philips .......
025, 030, 031,242, 290,
.........
027,028,029,
153, 334, 652
Pioneer ............
44, 023, 260, 533
Popular Mechanics ..............
400
CABLE CONVERTER REMOTE CODE NO.
Prelude .......................
770
Pulsar ........................
000
Quasar .......................
000
RCA .........................
02 l
RK ..........................
304
Radio Shack .......
015, 315, 797. 883
Realistic ......................
207
Recoton ......................
400
Regal ............
273, 279, 020, 259
Regency ......................
002
Rembrandt ................
011. 070
Runco ........................
000
SL Marx ......................
040
Samsung ..................
040, 144
Scientific Atlanta ...008, 017, 006, 477
Seam .......................
510
Signal ...................
015,040
Signature .....................
011
Sprucer ...................
307,021
Standard Components ...........
096
StarSight .................
542,422
Starcom ..........
003, 015,047,098
Stargate ..........
040, 015, 770, 797
Starquest .....................
015
Sylvania ......................
001
TFC .........................
310
TV86 ........................
063
Tandy ........................
Tatung .......................
Teknika ......................
258
097
146
TeleCaption ...................
221
Teleview .....................
040
Texscan ..................
096, 001
Timeless ..................
274, 418
Tocom ...............
012, 013,059
Toshiba ......................
000
Tusa .........................
015
Uniden .......................
225
Unika ................
153, 207, 022
United Artists ..................
007
Universal ..... 207,022, 039,056, 077,
.................
078, 153, 191,322
Videoway .....................
250
Vidtech .......................
244
Viewstar ..... 258,027, 060, 063, 111,
.........................
211,289
Zenith ................
000, 525, 054
Zentek .......................
400
38
ATELL
IV
REMOTECODEN0,
AlphaStar .....................
772
Echostar ......................
775
Expressvu .....................
775
General Instrument ..... 361,869, 627
HTS .........................
775
Hitachi .......................
819
Hughes Network Systems ........
749
JVC .........................
775
Jerrold ...................
361,627
Magnavox ................
722, 724
Memorex .....................
724
Next Level ....................
869
Panasonic .....................
701
Philips ...............
Primestar .................
RCA .................
Sony .........................
Star Choice ....................
Toshiba ......................
Uniden ...................
Zenith ........................
200, 722, 724
627, 361
566, 143, 855
639
869
790
724, 722
856
DVD BRAND REMOTE CODE NO.
Harman/Kardon ................
818
JVC .........................
814
Kenwood .....................
807
Magnavox ....................
802
Mitsubishi ....................
803
Onkyo .......................
802
Panasonic ................
800, 801
Philips ...................
802, 808
Pioneer ...................
805, 815
Proscan .......................
804
RCA .........................
804
Samsung ......................
816
Sony .........................
806
Technics ......................
800
Toshiba ......................
802
Yamaha ..................
800, 813
Zenith ...................
822, 802
l
W_hwen
using the 7"1/remote
ith a VCR, first make certain it is set to control your VCR
i (by the REMOTE CODE or
SEARCH method - see earlier
sections).
_
Press the VCR System butI ton on the remote.
I.Play Button
!
Press to playback a tape. Hold down
n after pressing the RECORD button to
n start a recording.
•P_ Point the top of the remote
toward the front of the VCR
(remote sensor window) when
pressing buttons.
Button
I Press to stop the tape.
Fast Forward Button
Record Button
Press to rapidly advance the tape. For
some VCRs you may need to press
STOP first then FF. In Playback
mode hold button down to view the
i picture moving rapidly in the forward
direction.
Hold the RECORD button down. and
then press the PLAY button to begin
a VCR recording.
Rewind
Button
Press to rewind tapes. For some
VCRs you may need to press STOP
button first then REWIND. In playback mode. hold button down to view
picture moving rapidly in reverse.
(ON/Offll
POS[] SWAPR FREEZE
}
Channel Scan Buttons
Press to scan up or down through
VCR channel numbers.
Pause Button
Number
Buttons
Press to temporarily stop the tape during a playback or recording. Press
agffin to release Pause.
Press buttons for direct VCR channel
selections.
VCR System Button
Tv-VCR
Press to send remote commands to
the VCR.
Button
Press to the VCR position ("VCR"
indicator on the VCR will light) to
view the playback of a tape. Press
again to place in the 'IV position
("VCR" indicator on the VCR will go
OFF) to view one program while
recording another program.
When used with the 'IV the TV/VCR
button works as a source button. Each
press cycles the TV between the
AUX(iliary) Input modes, Antenna
input, and the the last view channel. It
is a quick one-button way to select
these channels and modes (without
directly entering the TV's Menu system.)
0
D
E
Power Button
Press to turn the VCR ON and OFF.
Remember, the VCR but[ tons on the remote will not
operate your VCR if those features are not already found on
your VCR remote control.
Note: All VCR functions (particularly Search, Rewind, Fast
Forward, etc.) will operate the
same as with the original VCR
remote control provided with the
VCR.
39
Y3
--
Dicture
in Picture (PIP) is the
1showing
of two pictures on the
TV screen at the same time. (One
main screen picture and one small
inset picture - or PIP).
MAIN
SCREEN
PIP
Note: The PIP picture must be
supplied by a VCR (or other
accessory equipped with a VIDEO
OUTPUT jack).
BACK OF TV
To see how channels selected on a
VCR can be shown as PIP:
L__ Connect the VIDEO OUT
jack on the VCR to the AUX 1
VIDEO IN jack (yellow) on the
TV.
ANT OUT
OUTDOOR UHF/VHF
ANTENNA
Also connect the AUDIO OUT (R
and L)jacks from the VCR to the
AUX 1 AUDIO IN jacks (red and
white) on the TV.
CABLE'IV
SIGNAL
Also he sure the normal antenna
connection between the VCR and
TV are in place.
<_
VCR
Move to the next page after
the VCR to TV PIP connections
are completed.
For other possible PIP
i connections see page 45 for
the "More PIP Connections" section.
If you need any accessories or
parts to complete the described
PIP connections, contact your
dealer, or our Parts Information
Center at (1-800-851-8885) for
details.
4O
N_w
that you
he required
the previous page
follow the simple
below.
<_
have completed
connections
on
you are ready to
steps shown
Turn the VCR and TV ON.
Place the VCR in the TV mode Use the TV/VCR button on
the VCR (or on the TV remote
if it has been set to work with
VCR IN "TV MODE"
(VCR Indicator Light will go ouI)
PIP INPUT CONTROL
SET TO "VCR/AUX"
your VCR - see page 34.)
Set the TV's PIP SOURCE
SELECT control to AUXI VIDEO
8
With FEATURES MENU (4
of 5) on screen, move the RED
h_hlight with the MENU (M)
4_ buttons. Then press the
MENU button.
12:00_
Press the MENU AY and
MENU (M) buttons to
highlight and select the
"AUX 1 VIDEO" (tJ) item.
_
VCR - FOR PIP CHANNEL
"IV - FOR MAIN SCREEN CHANNEL
VCR
Select the channel on the VCR
to view in the PIP window.
SELECTED
CHANNEL
Select the channel on the TV to
view on the main screen.
<_
Press the PIP ON/OFF button
on the remote.
SELECTED
CHANNEL
The PIP window should show in
one of the comers of the TV
screen,
O
Remember, if you see the
same picture on the main
screen and in the PIP window, you
need to be sure the TV's PIP
Picture Source control (page 43) is
set to "AUX 1 VIDEO".
No sound will be heard with the
PIP picture. See the next page on
how to "SWAP" the PIP picture
with the main screen picture so
that sound can be heard.
Also see the following page on
how to operate other PIP features
with the remote controls.
front of the VCR wl_n pressing
VCR
f_ nctlon
Be sure
to pointbuttor_.
die remete at the
41
__
-1
?-3
By
using the PIP buttons on the
remote the PIP picture can be
moved and swapped with the main
screen. The main screen picture
can also be frozen in the PIP window.
<
Remember,
if the TV's Main
screen picture is
being supplied by
an AUX VIDEO
connected VCR (or
other external
accessory source);
and then both the
"IV and VCR are
turned OFF, a blank
screen will appear
when the TV is
turned back ON
1_ Press the PIP ON/OFF button
to show the PIP picture.
PIP appears in a corner of TV
screen. Press PIP ON/OFF again to
remove PIP from the main screen.
<_
Press the PIP POSITION button to move the PIP picture (from
corner-to-corner on the TV
screen.)
again.
If this happens, just
press the CH(annel)
• or • buttons to
This feature allows you to move
PIP and avoid blocking offany
main screen action.
_With
PIP on the TV screen,
press the SWAP button to swap
the main screen picture with the
PIP picture. See "Smart Help"
note on this page.
<
2
PIP POSITION
select a TV station
for normal viewing.
_
I
I
3. PIP SWAP
Press FREEZE to hold the current MAIN screen picture in the
PIP window (Main picture is still
active).
If PIP is currently OFF, the PIP
window will automatically appear.
4. PIP FREEZE
Press FRZ repeatedly to update
the frozen PIP with current pictures from the Main screen.
You cannot reposition a frozen
PIP picture.
5. PiP SIZE (La_e o¢ Small)
Press the PIP ONIOFF button to
drop the frozen PIP picture from
the screen.
<
Press the PIP SIZE button to
change the size of the PIP window shown on the TV screen.
Press the PIP SIZE button again to
see and compare the large and
small size PIP windows.
You cannot change the size of a
frozen PIP picture.
O
4_
can come through either the
ANT/CABLE
or A UX VIDEO Inputs
(on the rear of the 73/). PIP Picture
Source simply tells the TV which
one of these sources it is to show in
the PIP window.
<_
Select PIP SOURCE
control.
With FEATURES MENU (4 of 5)
[ on screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU _
buttons. Then
press the MENU (M) button.
<_
Press the MENU AY and
MENU (M) buttons to highlight
and select the desired (I,,,")AUX
VIDEO or ANTENNA item.
ANTENNA- for a picture signal
coming from the ANTENNA plug
on the rear of the TV.
FEATURE MENU
AUX 1 VIDEO- for a picture signal coming from the AUX 1 Video
Input jack on the rear of the "IV.
AUX 2 VIDEO- for a picture signal coming from the AUX 2 Video
Input jack on the rear of the TV.
_
Press the STATUS button to
clear the screen.
O
Remember. The PIP
!screen will be blank unless a
signal is connected to the selected
source (either ANT/CABLE or
AUX VIDEO Inputs) on the rear
of the TV.
Note: The Component Video
Inputs (AUX 1 Y PB PR) can not
be selected as a source for PIP.
4rl
?-3
Zcohe
Picture-In-Picture
(PIP)
lor and Tint controls are
used to make fine tune adjustments
to the color settings for PIP (when
it is shown on the TV screen).
<_
Select PIP COLOR
(or PIP
TINT) control.
With PICTURE MENU (5 of 5) on
screen, move the RED highlight
with the MENU <_ buttons. Then
,iv
press the MENU (M) button.
<_
Press the MENU &T
buttons
to move the RED highlight. Press
the MENU button to turn the PIP
COLOR or TINT control ON.
The PIP automatically comes on to
show the PIP window on the TV
FF._TURE MENu
SCreen,
Press the (+) and (-) buttons to
adjust the PIP for Color (or Tint)
levels you prefer.
_
Press the STATUS button to
clear the screen.
0
Remember, Although
! there are separate COLOR
and TINT controls for PIP, the
adjustment levels for these controis depend on the TV's main picture. For example: If the main
screen is showing a black and
white picture , PIP would also be
in black and white (even though
its source is in color).
44
_ae
fOllowing example is for an
lternative PIP connection
hookup using an external Cable
Converter Box and a VCR (as the
picture source for the PIP window).
<_
First use an optional signal
splitter and connect the original
cable TV signal to both the
CABLE IN on the Cable Converter
and the ANTENNA A plug on the
rear of the TV.
<
Connect the CABLE OUT on
the Converter to the ANT. IN on
the VCR.
<
Connect the VIDEO OUT
jack on the VCR to the VIDEO IN
jack on the TV.
Remember
to use the Cab_ TV
Converter Box to
select channels for
PIP, the V'CR must
be set to the same
channel as the channel selection switch
on the rear of the
Cable Converter
(either channel 3 or
14).
REAR OF TV
The ANTENNA signal input supplies the TV's Main
screen picture, and the AUX I VIDEO Input connection from the VCR serves as the picm_ source for
Also connect the AUDIO OUT (R
and L) jacks from the VCR to the
AUDIO IN jacks on the TV.
control to the "AUX 1 VIDEO" mode in order to display Be
the sure
Audio/Video
within the
PIP
window.PIP"
to set the Input
"IV's signals
PIP SOURCE
SELECT
AUDIO VIDEO CABLES
(RCA Plug Cables - optional)
SPLIYI'ER
Contact the Parts Information
Ce_te_ I 800851-8885
to order any optional accessories
CABLE "IV CONVERTER
45
Zoffehe on screen
HELP menu
rs both Operating Tips and
a lisz of Glossary definitions for
different features on your TV.
These items are given to provide
you with more information
and
details
on a select group
of feature
operations.
MAIN MENU
<_
Select "HELP"
on the TV's
HELP MENU
Main Menu.
Press the reraote's Menu 4_
buttons to move UP/DOWI_ and
from SIDE-TO-SIDE within the
list of on-screen features.
Press
MENU
(M) to select
'_'
_ ' Of TV Features
the
highlighted "HELP" item.
_
Press the MENU AT and
then the MENU (M) buttons to
select either the OPERATING
TIPS or GLOSSARY item.
OPERATING
TIPS
USING OPERATING TtPS
• Usethe•
O
and •
keys on
your remote to scroll
through the different
r
[
he_p _erns.
• Use the "M" key on
your remote will go back
to the help menu.
i
FOLLOW THE ON SCREEN DIRECTIONS TO VIEW OPERATING TIPS
443
please
make these simple
checks before calling for service. These tips can save you
time and money since charges for
TV installation
and adjustment
of
customer controls are not covered under your
CAUTION: A video source (such as a video game, Compact Disc Interactive - CDI, or
TV information channel) which shows a constant non-moving pattern on the TV screen,
can cause picture tube damage. When your TV is continuously used with such a source
the pattern of the non-moving portion of the game (CDI, etc.) could leave an image permanently on the picture tube. When not in use, turn the video source OFF. Regularly
alternate the use of such video sources with normal TV viewing.
warranty.
No Power
No Picture
I
push
button
i and
Check
thePOWER
TV power
cord.again.
Unplug the TV, wait 1 minute, then reinsert plug into outlet h
Check to be sure outlet is not on a wall switch.
Check antenna connections on the rear of the TV. Are they properly secured to the
antenna plug on the TV?
Check the CABLE TUNING control for correct position.
Check PICTURE SOURCE control for correct position ANTENNA; AUX I/AUX2
VIDEO; orAUX Y P8 PR position without a signal source connection will result in a
blank screen.
Check the CLOSED CAPTIONS control. Some TEXT modes could block the screen.
No Sound
Check the VOLUME buttons.
Check _e MUTE button on the remote control.
Cheek the TV SPEAKER ON/OFF control for the correct position.
If attempting auxiliary equipment hook-ups, check andio jack connections and that t'r
auxiliary equipment is on and in the proper operating modes.
Remote Does Not
Work
TV Displays Wrong
Channel or No
Channels Above 13
button to send commands to the TV; VCR System to send to VCR; etc.
Check batteries. Replace with AA Heavy Duty (Zinc Chloride) or Alkaline batteries
Check
VCR-ACC-TV "System" buttons on the remote. Press the remote's TV System
if necessary.
Clean the remote and the remote sensor window on the TV.
Add desired channel numbers (ADD/DE,oETE CHANNELS control) into TV memory.
i Repeat
channel TUNING
selection. control for correct position.
[
Check CABLE
This TV is equipped with protective circuitry that shuts the TV off in case of moderate power surges. Should this occur turn the
TV back on by pressing the POWER button once or twice, or unplug and then rephig the power cord at the AC outlet.
This feature is NOT designed to prevent damage due to high power surges such as those caused by lighming, which is not covered
by your warranty.
• To avoid possible shock hazard be sure the TV is unplugged from the electrical outlet before cleaning.
• When cleaning the TV screen take care not to scratch or damage the screen surface (avoid wearing jewelry or using
anything abrasive- do not use household cleaners). Wipe the front screen with a clean cloth dampened with water. Use
even, easy, vertical strokes when cleaning.
• Specially designed screen cleaning kits are also available which contain anti-static cleaners and cloths designed to get
into the ridges of the TV screen. If interested, ask your dealer about an optional Projection TV Screen Cleaning Kit or
call our toll- free Accessory Parts ordering number 1-800-851-8885.
• Gently wipe the cabinet surfaces with a clean cloth or sponge dampened in a solution of cool clear water and a mild soap
or detergent. Use a clean dry cloth to dry the wiped surfaces.
• Occasionally vacuum the ventilation holes or slots in the cabinet back.
• Never use thinners, insecticide sprays, or other chemicals on or near the cabinet, as they might cause permanent marring
of the cabinet finish.
,17
[
I
Audio/Video Inputs * Located on the rear of the TV these connectors (RCA phono type plug) are used for the input of audio and
video signals. Designed for use with VCRs (or other accessories) in
order to receive higher picture resolution and offer sound connection options.
Programming * The procedure of adding or deleting channel numbers into the TV's memory circuits. In this way the TV "remembers" only the locally available or desired channel numbers and
skips over any unwanted channel numbers.
PTV * Projection Television (Rear and/or Front projection design
systems are available.)
Coaxial Cable * A single solid antenna wire normally matched
with a metal plug (F-type) end connector that screws (or pushes)
directly onto a 75 Ohm input found on the Television or VCR.
Remote Sensor Window * A window or opening found on the TV
control panel through which infrared remote control command signals are received.
Display * An on screen message or graphics that help the user
operate and adjust TV feature controls. See On Screen Displays
(OSD).
RF * Radio Frequency or modulated signal design used as the carrier for television broadcasts.
Identify* Method by which a remote control searches and finds an
operating code for another product (such as a VCR or Cable
Convener). Once the code has been "identified" then the TV
remote can operate and send commands to the other product.
Second Audio Program (SAP) * Another or additional audio
channel provided for in the Multichannel Television Sound (MTS)
broadcast standard. A monaural soundtrack included within the
recorded or video signal (usually containing a second language
translation for the displayed programming.)
LED * Light Emitting Diode or indicator.
Menu * An on-screen listing of feature controls shown on the "IV
screen that are made available for user adjustments.
Status * Allows the user to quickly confirm what channel number
is currently being viewed. Status can also be used to clear the TV
of on-screen displays or information (rather than waiting for the
displays to "time out" or automatically disappear from the screen).
Multichannel Television Sound (MTS) * The broadcast standard
that allows for stereo sound to be transmitted with the TV picture.
S-Video Input * Allows direct connection of high-resolution video
sources, such as a Super VHS videocassette recorder, Laser Disc
player, etc. Provides improved picture resolution, sharpness, and
clarity.
On Screen Displays (OSD) * Refers to the wording or messages
generated by the TV to help the user with specific feature controls
(color adjustment, programming, etc.).
Picture -In-Picture (PIP) * Term used when two pictures are
shown on the TV screen at the same time. The smaller PIP picture
is supplied by a VCR (or other tuner/video playback source). The
PIP picture can also be moved and swapped with the TV's main
screen picture.
Twin Lead Wire * The more commonly used name for the two
strand 300 Ohm antenna wire used with many indoor and outdoor
antenna systems. In many cases this type of antenna wire requires
an additional adapter (or balun) in order to connect to the 75 Ohm
Input terminals designed into the more recent Televisions and
VCRs.
Pre-Amplffier * The control center of a hi-fi system. Not only
amplifies source inputs, but also allows for source selection, volume, tone, balance and all other controls that affect the sound.
Variable Audio Output * An adjustable audio output which
allows for volume variations at the source.
48
Accessories/Optional
.......................... 26-27, 28-31, 45 *Q/U- 1
Adapter Connector ..............................................
40, 45, *Q/U-1
Add/Delete Channels ..........................................
12-13, *Q/U-2
Audio Controls ..................................................................
Audio/Video
23-26
12, *Q/U-2
Battery Installation .........................................................
Cable TV Connections/Settings
(PIP) .....................................................
*Q/U-3
............... 11, 40, 45, *Q/U- 1, 2
40-45
Power Light Indicator .....................................................
Precautions/Safety
......................................
Remote Control .....................................
*QRI-3
2, 3, 46, 52, *Q/U- 1
Programming Channels ............................................
Input .................................. 28-30, 40, 45, *Q/U-2
Automatic Programming ..........................................
Picture-In-Picture
12, *Q/U-2
32-39, 42, *Q/U-2, 3, 4
Remote with VCRs ............................................................
Requesting Service ......................................................
RF Coaxial Cable ...............................................
34-39
46, 50-51
40, 45, *Q/U- 1
Display ........................................
14, 22, *Q/U-3
Reminder/Time and Channel ..................................................
Channel Memory .................................................
12-13, *Q/U-2
Safety/Precautions
Channel/Time
Channel/Time
Reminder .........................................................
............................................
2, 3, 46, *Q/U-1
14
Second Audio Program (SAP) ................................................
Clock Setting ..........................................................................
14
Sensor Remote ................................................................
Clock Timer ............................................................................
15
Sleep Timer .............................................................................
10
Smart Button ......................................................................
Closed Captioning ..................................................................
*Q/U-3
15
32-33
32
30
Smart Sound ............................................................................
32
18-21
Smart Surf ...............................................................................
33
*Q/U-2, 3, 4
Sound Image ...........................................................................
25
32-39, 42, *Q/U-2, 3, 4
Surf Button ..............................................................................
33
6,*Q/U-4
Component Video Input .........................................................
Content Advisory ..............................................................
Controls/TV ............................................................
...................................
24
Smart Picture ..........................................................................
Color Controls .............................................................
Controls/Remote
14
Convergence .............................................................................
Exit .................................................................................
8
*Q/U-4
Features .....................................................................................
First Time Set Up ...........................................................
5
*Q/U-2
Glossary/TV Terms ................................................................
48
Status Button ..............................................................
*Q/U-3,
Surround Sound ......................................................................
27
Speaker Terminals ..................................................................
27
Time/Channel Display ........................................
14, 22, *Q/U-3
Timer (Turn On) .....................................................................
Help Menu ............................................................
47, *Q/U-2, 4
TV/VCR Button ........................................................
Inputs/Audio and Video ........................................
28-30, 40, 45
VCR/TV Connections ...........................
28-31,40,45,
Tips for Service ...........................................................
15
39, *Q/U-3
Q/U-I
46, 50-51
Language Control .....................................................
22, *Q/U-2
Menu ...........................................................................
*Q/U-2, 4
TV Speaker Control ................................................................
26
Minus(-)!plus
*Q/U-3, 4
Warranty .................................................................................
52
(+) Buttons ...........................................
Parental Control .................................................................
16-21
* Information contained in Quick-Use (Q/U) Guide - page listed
49
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DE UN RADIO DE EOA 120 KM (50 A 75 MILLAS) DELCENTRODE SERVICIOLOCAL.
GEORGIA
Philips Factory Service of Georgia
200 N Cobb Pkwy., Suite 120
Marietta, GA 30062
(770) 795-0085
CENTRALU.S.A.
Philips Factory Service Central US
950 Keynote Circle
Brooklyn Heights, OH44131
(216) 741-3334
ILLINOIS
Philips Factory Serviceof Illinois
1279 W. Hamilton Pkwy.
Itasca, IL 60143
(630) 775-0990
FLORIDA
Philips Factory Service of Florida
1911 US Highway301 North
Tampa, FL33619
(813) 621-8181
MICHIGAN
Philips Factory Service of Michigan
25173 Dequindre
Madison Heights, MI 48071
(248) 544-2110
TENNESSEE
Philips Factory Service o1EastTennessee
6700 D Papermill Rd.
Knoxville, TN 37919
(423) 584-6614
WESTERNU.S.A.
Philips Factory Service Western Region
681 East Brokaw Rd.
San Jose, CA95112
(408) 436-8566
DALLASAREA
Philips Factory Service of Dallas
415 N. Main Street, #107
Euless,TX 76040
(713) 682-3990
MID-ATLANTIC
Philips Factory ServiceMid-Atlantic
352 DunksFerryRd.
8ensalem,PA 19020
(215) 638-7500
TEXAS
Philips Factory Service of Texas
1110 N. PostOakRd., Suite 100
Houston, TX 77055
(713) 682-3990
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PROJECTION
PI
TELEVISION
One Year Free Labor
One Year Free Service on Parts
Two Years Free Service on Cathode Ray Tube Parts / 30 days Free Service on Projection "IV Screen
This product can be repaired in-home.
WHO
IS COVERED?
MAKE
You musthaveproof ofpurchaseto receivewarranty service. A sales
receipt or other documentshowingthat you purchasedthe product is
consideredproof of purchase.
WHAT
SURE YOU
IS COVERED?
Warranty coveragebegins the day you buy your product, for one year
thereafter (30 days for the projection"iV screen), all parts will be repaired
or replaced, and labor and transportation are free. From one to two years
from the day of purchase, you pay for the replacement or repair of all
pars except the cathoderay tube and the "Clear-Vu" lens, andfor all
labor and transportation charges. After two yearsfrom the day of purchase,you pay for the replacement or repair of all pars except the
"Clear-Vu" lens (whichis guaranteed against rnanufacturer's defects for
the lifeof the product), and for all labor and transportation charges.
All parts, including repaired and replaced parts, are covered only for
the original warranty period. When the warranty on the product
expires,the warranty on all replaced and repaired pars also expires.
BEFORE
REQUESTING
IS EXCLUDED?
TO GET WARRANTY
systems
•
•
outside
the
Repair must be performed by anauthorized servicecenter or a factory
service center, If you do not live near a factory servicecenter, contact your
dealer. If your dealer is an authorized servicecenter, he will arrange
repair. If your dealer is not an authorizedservice center, he will direct
you to the authorized service center engaged by him to servicethe
products he sells.
(In U.S.A., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands, all implied warranties,
of merchantability and fitness for a particu-
rant'/. But, because some states do not allow limitations on how long
an implied warranty may last. this limitation may not apply to you.)
(In Canada, this warranty is given in lieu of all other warranties,
No
other warranties are expressed or implied, including any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, Philips is
not liable under any circumstances for any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, howsoever
incurred, even if notified
of the possibility of such damages.)
unit.
a product that requires modification or adaptation to enable it to
operate in any country other than the country for which it was
designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized, or repair of
products damaged by these modifications.
incidental or consequentialdamagesresulting from the product.
(Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidentalor consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. This
includes, but is not limited to, prerecorded material, whether copyrighted or not copyrighted.)
a product usedfor commercial or institutional purposes.
WHERE
SERVICE...
lar purpose, are limited in duration to the duration of this express war-
Your warranty does not cover:
• labor chargesfor installation or setup of the product, adjustmentof
customer controls on the product, and installationor repair of
antenna systemsoutside of the product.
• product repair and/or part replacement becauseof misuse,accident, unauthorized repair or other causenot within the control of
PhilipsConsumer Electronics Company.
• reception problems caused by signal conditions or cable or antenna
•
SERVICE...
Pleasecheck your owner's manual before requesting service.
Adjustments of the controls discussedthere may save you a service
call.
including implied warranties
WHAT
KEEP...
Pleasekeep your sales receipt or other documentshowing proof of
purchase. Attach it to this owner's manual and keep both nearby. Also
keep the original box and packing material in case you neecl to return
your product.
IS SERVICE
AVAILABLE?
Warranty service is availablein all countries where the product is officiallydistributed by PhilipsConsumer Electronics Company. In countries where Philips Consumer Electronics Company does not distribute
the product, the local Phifips serviceorganizationwill attempt co provide service (althoughthere may be a delayif the appropriate spare
parts and technical manual(s)are not readily available).
IF YOU
HAVE
QUESTIONS...
Pleasecontact Philipsat:
1-800.661-6162 (French Speaking)
1-800-363-7278 (EnglishSpeaking)
REMEMBER.,.
Pleaserecord the modeland serialnumbersfoundon the product
below. Also, pleasefillout andmailyour warrantyregistration
card
prompdy. It will be easierfor usto notifyyou if necessary.
MODEL#
SERIAL#
PhilipsServiceCompany, P,O. Box 2976, Longview, "iX 75606, (903) 242-4800