Mitsubishi WS-48313 Operating instructions

-_ MITSUBISHI
THE BIG SCREEN COMPANY"
Owner's
Projection
WT-42313,
Guide
Television Models
WS-48313,
WS-55313 and WS-65313
IF ISK
OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
I
•
CAUTION:
TO
REDUCE
THE
RISK
OF ELECTRIC
NO USER SERVICEABLE
REFER
SERVICING
PARTS
SHOCK,
DO
NOT
REMOVE
COVER
OR BACK.
INSIDE.
TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
user of the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be
The
lightning
flash with
arrowhead a risk
symbol
within shock.
an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
sufficient
magnitude
to constitute
of electric
The exclamation
important
appliance.
point within
operating
an equilateral
and maintenance
triangle
(servicing)
is intended
instructions
to alert the user to the presence of
in the literature
accompanying
the
Warning: To avoid permanently imprinting a fixed image onto your TV screen, please do not display the same
stationary images on the screen for more than 15% of your total TV viewing in one week. Examples of stationary
images are letterbox top/bottom
bars from DVD disk or other video sources, side bars when showing standard
TV pictures on widescreen TV's, stock market reports, video game patterns, station logos, web sites or stationary
computer images. Such patterns can unevenly age the picture tubes causing permanent damage to the TV. Please
see page 6, 12 or 30 for a detailed
explanation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found w comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential
installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment
does cause harmful interference
to radio or
television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct
the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient
or relocate
• Increase
the separation
• Connect
the equipment
• Consult
Changes
the receiving
between
antenna.
the equipment
into an outlet on a circuit different
the dealer or an experienced
or modifications
radio/TV
not expressly approved
WARNING:
TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF FIRE
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT
ELECTRIC
and the receiver.
SHOCK,
technician
WIDE
the receiver
is connected.
for help.
by Mitsubishi
OR ELECTRIC
MATCH
from that to which
could void the user's authority
SHOCK,
BLADE
DO NOT
OF PLUG
EXPOSE
to operate this equipment.
THIS
TO WIDE
APPLIANCE
SLOT,
FULLY
TO
INSERT.
NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER:
THIS REMINDER
IS PROVIDED
TO CALL THE CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER'S
ATTENTION
TO
ARTICLE
820-40 OF THE NEC THAT PROVIDES
GUIDELINES
FOR THE PROPER
GROUNDING
AND, IN PARTICULAR,
SPECIFIES
THAT THE CABLE GROUND
SHALL BE CONNECTED
TO
THE GROUNDING
SYSTEM OF THE BUILDING,
AS CLOSE TO THE POINT
OF CABLE ENTRY
PRACTICAL.
AS
Contents
hnportant
Chapter
1
Thank
Notes ...............................................................................................................
Television
Overview
you ...................................................................................................................................
9
9
10
Back Pand Input/Output
11
2
.......................................................................
Notes ...............................................................................................................
an Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable .............................................................................
an Antenna to a Cable Box or VCR ................................................
an Antenna to a Cable Box and VCR ..............................................
Audio Components to a Cable Box or VCR .......................................................
an Audio Receiver ...........................................................................................
a DVD Player or Other S-Video Device ............................................
Connecting a DTV Receiver ....................................................................
Connecting MonitorLink '_ _...................................................................
How Connections Affect the PIP and POP ....................................................
Chapter
3
Remote
14
15
16
16
17
18
19
21
22
Control Functions
Overview of the TV Layer Buttons ..............................................................................................
Care and Operation ...........................................................................
Channel Sdection ..............................................................................................................
24
25
26
Sleep Timer ...................................................................................
Use With Other A/V Products .............................................................................................
26
27
Special Functions ................................................................................................................
Operation of P1P and POP .................................................................................................
hnportant Notes ...............................................................................................................
29
29
30
4
Menu Screen Operations
The ViewPoint * Menu System ......................................................................................................
MAIN Menu ............................................................................................................................
SETUP Menu ..............................................................................................................................
CAPTIONS
Menu ......................................................................................................................
CHANNEL
EDIT Menu ............................................................................................................
V-CHIP LOCK Menu ........................................................................................................
32
33
35
40
42
45
ADVANCED
50
AUDIO/VIDEO
Chapter
12
Connections
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Chapter
8
Unpacking your New TV ............................................................................................................
Special Features ...........................................................................................................................
Front Control Panel .....................................................................................................................
hnportant
Chapter
6
5
FEATURES
SETTINGS
PIP/POP
Menu .............................................................
Menu ....................................................................................
55
Operations
Operation of PIP and POP ..........................................................................................................
Available On-Screen Format Sizes ..............................................................................................
60
61
Appendix A: Bypassing the V-Chip
Appendix B: HD Input Connection
63
65
Lock. .............................................................................
Compatibility ............................................
Appendix C: Remote Control Programming Codes .....................................................................
Appendix D: Cleaning and Service .....................................................................................
Appendix E: Diamond Shidd '_ Installation and Removal. ......................................
Index ...........................................................................................
66
68
69
72
Troubleshooting ...............................................................................
Warranty ...........................................................................................................................
74
75
IMPORTANT
Please
read
the following
Always follow all warnings
SAFEGUARDS
safeguards
for your
and instructions
TV
and retain
marked
for future
reference.
on the television.
1. Read, Retain and FollowAll
Instructions
Read all safety and operating instructions before operating the TV. Retain the safety and operating instructions for future
reference. Follow all operating and use instructions.
2. Heed Warnings
Adhere to all warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions.
3. Cleaning
Unplug the TV from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid, abrasive, or aerosol cleaners. Cleaners can
permanently damage the cabinet and screen. Use a lightly dampened cloth for cleaning.
4. Attachments
and Equipment
Never add any attachments and/or equipment without approval of the manufacturer
fire, electric shock o1"other personal injury.
as such additions may result in the risk of
5. Water and Moisture
Do not use the TV where contact with or immersion in water is possible. Do not use near bath tubs, wash bowls, kitchen
sinks, laundry tubs, swimming pools, etc.
6. Accessories
Do not place the TV on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, or table. The TV may fall, causing serious injury
:o a child or adult and serious damage m the TV. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
:ecommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the TV. Any mounting of the TV should follow the
manufacturer's instructions, and should use mounting accessories recommended by the manufacturer.
__nappliance and cart combination should be moved with care. O.uick stops, excessive force, and uneven
mrfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination m overturn.
Z Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the TV and to protect it from
overhearing. Do not block these openings or allow them to be obstructed by placing the TV on a bed, sofa, rug, or other
similar surface. Nor should it be placed over a radiator or heat register. If the TV is to be placed in a rack or bookcase, ensure
that there is adequate ventilation and that the manufacturer's instructions have been adhered to.
8. Power
Source
This TV should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the
type of power supplied to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company.
9. Grounding
or Polarization
This TV is equipped with a polarized alternating cm'rent line plug having one blade wider than the other. This plug will
fit into the power outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the
plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety pro'pose of the
polarized plug.
10. Power-Cord
Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against
them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the TV.
11. Lightning
For added protection for this TV during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of
time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the TV due to
lightning and powerqine surges.
4
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS,
continued
12. Power Lines
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power
circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should
be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
13. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
14. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this TV through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts
that could result in fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on or into the TV.
15. Outdoor
Antenna
Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the TV, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide
some protection
against
voltage
surges and built-up
static charges.
EXAMPLE
Section
810 of the National
Electric
Code,
ANSI/NFPA
No. 70-1984,
information
with respect to proper grounding
of the mast and supporting structure,
grounding
of the lead in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection m grounding
electrodes,
and requirements
for the grounding
OF
ANTENNA
GROUNDING
provides
LEAD
GRQUND
CLAMp
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE
{NEC
electrode.
{NEC
1Z
Servicing
Do not attempt to service this TV yourself
you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
personnel.
S ECT_Q
lIND
as opening or removing covers may expose
Refer all servicing m qualified service
810
20)
pOWER
S Ef_VLCE
ELECTRODE
NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL
CODE
(NUC
ART
N 910
21)
CLAMPS
GROUNDING
SYSTEM
250,
PART
H)
Damage
Unplug
(a) When
Requiring Service
the TV from the wall outlet and refer servicing
_
NEC
UNIT
SECT_QN
GROUNDING
NT_NNA
CONDUCTORS
_i
16.
_N WIRE
the power-supply
(b) If liquid
to qualified
service personnel
under the following
conditions:
cord or plug is damaged.
has been spilled,
or objects
(c) If the TV has been exposed
have fallen into the TV.
to rain or water.
(d) If the TV does not operate normally by following the operating instructions,
adjust only those controls that are covered by
the operating instructions
as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive
work by a qualified technician
to restore the TV to its normal operation.
(e) If the TV has been dropped
(f) When
the TV exhibits
or the cabinet
a distinct
change
has been damaged.
in performance
- this indicates
a need for service.
18. Replacement
Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer
or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other
hazards.
19. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repair
TV is in safe operating condition.
20.
to the TV, ask the service technician
to perform
safety checks
to determine
that the
Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
5
IMPORTANT
Warning:
NOTES
Do not leave stationary
PIP/POP,
or letterbox
images on the screen for extended
periods of time. Mix the types of pictures shown. Uneven picture tube aging is
NOT
covered
by your warranty.
The normal use of a TV should include a
mixture of TV picture types. The most
frequently used picture types should fill
the screen with constantly moving images
rather than stationary images or patterns.
Displaying the same stationary patterns over
extended periods of time or displaying the
same stationary pattern frequently can leave
subtle but permanent ghost images. To avoid
this, mix your viewing pattern and reduce the
initial contrast level. Do not show the same
stationary image for more than 15% of your
total TV viewing in any given week. Display
constantly moving and changing images that
fill the screen whenever possible.
Examples
of these types of images can be, but
are not limited
Letterbox
to the following:
top/bottom
shown at the top and bottom
of the TV screen
when you watch a widescreen
a standard (4:3) TV.
(16:9) movie on
Side bar images:
solid bars shown on each side of an image
when watching
widescreen
a standard
_. News and stock-market
a TV picture that is evenly bright over the
whole screen. Stationary images or images
that only partially fill the screen (leaving black
or colored bars to fill the screen), when used
over extended periods of time or when viewed
repeatedly, can cause uneven aging of the
phosphors and leave subtle ghosts from the
stationary images in the picture.
Still or stationary
broadcasters,
images may be received from
cable channels, satellite channels,
DVD discs, video tapes, laser discs, on-line
services, web/Internet
searching devices, video
games, and digital TV tuner/converter
boxes.
6
Shopping
(4:3) program
on a
(16:9) TV.
ticker running
This projection TV uses picture tubes to project the
image to the screen. All picture tubes age with
use. As they age, their light output is gradually
reduced. Normal TV pictures fill the screen
with constantly changing images. Under
these conditions,
picture tubes age at an even
rate across the entire screen. This maintains
black bars:
report bars:
at the bottom
of the TV screen.
channel logos & pricing displays:
bright graphics
repeatedly
that are shown constantly
or
in the same location.
Video game patterns
and scoreboards
Bright station logos:
moving
or low-contrast
to cause uneven
Online
(Internet)
graphics
are less likely
aging of the picture
tubes.
websites:
or any other
stationary
style images,
including
or repetitive
digital
computer
photos.
Closed Captioning
Mitsubishi
recommends
using a gray
background
rather than a black or a bright
color if you frequently use closed captioning.
illll_
Thank
You for Your Purchase
Welcome to the wonderful and exciting world of digital television! We are honored that you chose Mitsubishi
as your premier home entertainment
partner. The development team at Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America
(MDEA) understands that our customers demand and expect the very best. MDEA was founded on the
core beliefs and philosophies that drive us to deliver products that implement the latest in advanced television
technology.
While some televisions are destined for obsolescence in the near future, MDEA's televisions are all HDupgradeable.
This cornerstone of your home entertainment
system will continue to provide unparalleled
enjoyment for years to come!
Whether this is your first Mitsubishi consumer electronics product or another addition to your growing
Mitsubishi system, we hope that this television will bring you many hours of enjoyment.
OUR
PROMISE
We will engineer and manufacture the upgrades necessary so the HD-upgradeable
television you purchased
today can be made compatible with near-future advances in digital television and digital interconnectivity.
Specifically, we promise that you will be able to have your television upgraded, at a reasonable cost, to include
an off-air HDTV tuner, a cable TV tuner (for unscrambled programming),
an IEEE 1394 (FireWire ®)
connection, HAVi system control, and 5C copy protection.
8
Unpacking
Your New TV
Please take a moment to review the following list of
items to ensure that you have received everything
including:
Special Features
Your new High Definition
bigscreen
it the perfect
system.
<9@
2J
upgradeable
addition
that make
to your home entertainment
A few of these special features
PIP/POP
Using
(HD)
television has many special features
are:
Viewing Option
Picture-in-Picture
and Picture-outside-
Picture
gives you exciting
favorite
programs.
options
for viewing
JC22)
Seepages 22, 29 and 62for more information.
HD Upgradeable
With
the use of an optional
(Mitsubishi
Mitsubishi
HD-5000
bigscreen
HDTV
or similar
receiver
model)
can display
your
high definition
pictures.
Remote
Seepage 21for connection information.
Control
Multibrand
Your Mitsubishi
Remote Control
remote
control
can be programmed
to control many other audio/video
Seepages 27-28 for more information.
V-Chip
Mitsubishi
certain
2 AAA
Technology
understands
viewers
from
Your Mitsubishi
Batteries
programming
components.
you may want
specific
bigscreen
by general
or even by time.
Seepages 45-49for
program
to shield
content.
will allow you to restrict
contents,
specific
contents,
more information.
16:9 Widescreen TV
Enjoy a full theatrical experience in the comfort of
your home. View pictures as film directors intended
them. Both the DTV and DVD support the
widescreen format well-suited for your new TV.
Seepages 60-61 for more information.
Product
Registration
Quick Reference
Card
Card (notpictured)
9
Front Control
Panel
Many remote control buttons are duplicated on the front control panel. Duplicate buttons are shaded in the
panels shown below. Please see Remote Control Functions, page 24, for an explanation of their usage.
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
TEMER _i
INPUT
The ADJUST,
ENTER,
MENU,
and CANCEL
3
buttons may be used to access or navigate through the screen menus
Timer
F
gZ]
During normal operation, the timer light glows green
when the TV is on. It does not glow when the TV is
off. When the timer is used to turn the TV on at a
TIMER
specific time, the green timer light blinks while the
TV is off. See Timer Menu, page 51 for timer setup
instructions.
A/V Reset
AN RESET
Press this button to reset all A/V memory inputs to
the factory default settings. See Audio/Video
Settings
Menu, page 55 for instructions.
CANCEL
Format
FORMAT
Press this button to change the size and shape of the
main TV picture.
ENTER
S-VIDEO
®°
10
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
Input-3
This input can be used for convenient connection of a
camcorder or other video device to the TV. You may
connect to the S-VIDEO or VIDEO terminal but not
to both.
Back Panel Input/Output
for WS-48313, WS-55313 & WS-65313
Side Panel Input/Output
for WT-42313
WT-42313
Side Panel
WS-48313, WS-55313,WS-65313
Back Panel
3
2
4
-7
1. ANT-A,
LOOP
OUT
and ANT-B
(Antenna)
.
ANT-A and ANT-B receive signals from VHF/UHF
antennas
or a cable system. LOOP OUT sends the ANT-A signal out to
another device, such as a cable box or VCR.
Note: LOOP
OUT
is disabled
when Energy Mode is set to
DTV
Input
This input is used to connect a DTV receiver or cable box
and can be configured for HDTV component (YPbPr), or
RGB plus H&V. Please see Appendix B, page 65, for signal
compatibility.
Low when the TV power is set to Off.
6. MonitorLink_M/DVI
2. Monitor Out
The Monitor Output sends the TV audio and video signals
(excluding component video, DTV video and MonitorLink)
an A/V receiver or other equipment.
3. Inputs
to
1-2
These inputs can be used for the connection ofa VCR, Super
VHS (S-VHS) VCR, laser disc player, or other A/V device to
the TV[ With each input, you may connect to the S-VIDEO
or VIDEO terminal but not to both.
This is a Mitsubishi-exdusive proprietary digital interface for
the display of high quality digital video signals from Mitsubishi
products such as the HD-5000 HDTV Receiver/Controller.
All video signals, both analog and digital are sent digitally to
your Mitsubushi TV. Can also be used as a DV1 input for
other compatible sources.
Note: The DVI-HDTV input terminal is compliant with the
EIA-861 standard and is not intended for use with personal
computers.
7. MonitorLink
4. Component
Inputs
1-2 (Component
only for
WT-42313)
These inputs can be used for the connection of A/V equipment
with component video outputs, such as a DVD player or
compatible Video Game System. Please see Appendix B, page
65, for signal compatibility.
_MControl/RS-232C
A digital control interface that works in parallel with
MonitorLink.
While MonitorLink
provides the digital video
signal, MonitorLink
Control provides enhanced functioning
such as automatic power ON/OFF
and input selection. Can
also be used with other compatible RS-232C external control
devices.
11
IMPORTANT
Warning:
Do not leave stationary
PIP/POP,
or letterbox images on the screen for extended
periods of time. Mix the types of pictures shown. Uneven picture tube aging is
NOT
The normal
NOTES
covered
use of a TV should
by your warranty.
include a
mixture of TV picture types. The most
frequently used picture types should fill
the screen with constantly moving images
rather than stationary images or patterns.
Displaying the same stationary patterns over
extended periods of time or displaying the
same stationary pattern frequently can leave
subtle but permanent ghost images. To avoid
this, mix your viewing pattern and reduce the
initial contrast level. Do not show the same
stationary image for more than 15% of your
total TV viewing in any given week. Display
constantly moving and changing images that
fill the screen whenever possible.
Examples of these types of images can be, but are
not limited to the following:
Letterbox top/bottom
shown at the top and bottom
of the TV screen
when you watch a widescreen
(16:9) movie on
a standard
a TV picture that is evenly bright
whole screen. Stationary images
that only partially fill the screen
or colored bars to fill the screen),
over the
or images
(leaving black
when used
over extended periods of time or when viewed
repeatedly, can cause uneven aging of the
phosphors and leave subtle ghosts from the
stationary images in the picture.
Still or stationary images may be received from
broadcasters, cable channels, satellite channels,
DVD discs, video tapes, laser discs, on-line
services, web/Internet searching devices, video
games, and digital TV tuner/converter boxes.
12
(4:3) TV.
Side bar images:
solid bars shown on each side of an image
when watching a standard
widescreen (16:9) TV.
Stock-market
ticker
This projection TV uses picture tubes to project the
image to the screen. All picture tubes age with
use. As they age, their light output is gradually
reduced.
Normal TV pictures fill the screen
with constantly changing images. Under
these conditions,
picture tubes age at an even
rate across the entire screen. This maintains
black bars:
report
running
(4:3) program
on a
bars:
at the bottom
of the TV
screen.
Shopping channel logos & pricing displays:
bright graphics
repeatedly
Video
that are shown constantly
or
in the same location.
game patterns
and scoreboards
Bright station logos:
moving
or low-contrast
graphics
are less likely
to cause uneven
aging of the picture
Online (Internet)
websites:
or any other stationary
or repetitive
tubes.
computer
style images.
Closed Captioning
Mitsubishi recommends
using a gray
background
rather than a black or a bright
color if you frequently
use closed captioning.
2
Connecting
a DVD Player or O_er
S-Video Device .....................................................
Connecting
a DTV Receiver .........................................................................................
Connecting MonitorLink
...........................................................................................
How Connections Affect the PIP and POP ...................................................................
TM
18
19
21
22
Connecting
VHF_tenna
{O_at_no_s
2 13}
an Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable
O_F _a_t_r_a
(Chatv_ _4-69
Separate
(Figure
F_atTwin L_d
Flat T_
"rv back panel (section
Figure l.
1)
Log
1.
Connect the UHF and VHF
UHF/VHF
combiner.
2.
Push the combiner onto ANT-A on the TV back
panel.
o_ Cable
_* Back
UHF and VHF Antennas
leads to the
detail)
UHF/VHF combiners are not provided with
the TV. They are available at most electronic stores.
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[]
Connecting separate UHF and VHF
antennas.
Note:
This TV will only be able to provide
signal through
Note: Seepage 5for Outdoor Antenna
antenna
ANToA
an analog
on the TV back panel.
Grounding
Twin
Lead Antenna,
Antenna,
(Figure
TV back panel {section
detail)
Coaxial
or Wall Outlet
Lead
Cable
2)
For antenna
with twin flat leads:
1.
Connect
the 300ohm
twin leads to the transformer.
2.
Push the 75ohm side of the transformer
onto
ANToA on the TV back panel.
op_io_al 3oo Ohm to ZS O_n
Mat_h_ng _ransfo_
Figure2.
Note:
Connecting twin lead antenna, coaxial lead
antenna, or wall outlet cable.
Seepage 5for Outdoor Antenna
Grounding
300ohm to 75ohm matching transformers are not provided
with the TV. They are available at most electronie stores.
For cable or antenna with coaxial lead:
3.
Note:
Connect the incoming cable to ANT-A on the TV
back panel.
This TV will only be able to provide
signal through
14
ANToA
an analog
on the TV back panel.
Connecting
an Antenna to a Cable Box or VCR
Cable Box
TV back panel (section detail)
(Figure
Ncoming
CaNe
1.
3)
Connect the incoming cable to ANT-A
TV back panel.
Connect
2.
two coaxial cables as follows:
One from LOOP-OUT
on the TV back panel to IN
on the cable box back panel.
[]
o eBox
3.
One from OUT
ANT-B
°
k panel £ectioi
NOTE:
I
Figure 3. Connecting the cable box.
Note:
Seepage 5for Outdoor Antenna
on the
on the cable box back panel to
on the TV back panel.
If your cable box has separate audio!video
outputs, please see Composite Video with
Audio or S-Video with Audio, page 16
(Figure 6).
Grounding
Antenna
TV back panel (section detail)
(Figure
1.
or Wall Outlet
Cable
4)
Connect the incoming cable to ANT-A on the TV
back panel.
Connect two coaxial cables as follows:
2.
One from LOOP-OUT
ANTENNA
VCR back pane]
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t
3.
J
One from VCR
ANT-B
t
l
Figure 4. Connecting the VCR with antennas or wall
outlet table.
NOTE:
on the TV back panel to
IN on the VCR back panel.
back panel ANTENNA
OUT
to
on the TV back panel.
If your cable box has separate audio!video
outputs, please see Composite Video with
Audio or S-Video with Audio, page 16
(Figure 6).
15
Connecting an Antenna to a Cable Box and VCR,
Connecting Audio/Video to the Cable Box or VCR
TV back panel (section
detail)
Cable Box
Incoming
Cable
(Figure 5)
1.
[]
Cable
r_
__a_.._
[]
Connect the incoming cable to ANT-A on the TV
back panel.
Connect three coaxial cables as follows:
2. One from LOOP-OUT
on the TV back
Box
panel to IN on the back of the cable box.
_Rear Terminals
3.
One from OUT on the back of the cable box to
ANTENNA
4.
IN on the VCR back panel.
One from ANTENNA
OUT on the VCR back
panel to ANT-B on the TV back panel.
Figure 5. Connecting the VCR with cable box.
NOTE:
For best performance, please see Composite
Video with Audio or S-Video with Audio,
below.
Composite Video with Audio or
S-Video with Audio (Recommended)
(Figure
6)
TV back panel
(section detail)
.
(Recommended
Connect
a video or an S-Video
cable from VIDEO
OUT on the VCR back panel to VIDEO or
S-VIDEO,
INPUT-1
or INPUT-2
on the TV back
if available)
panel.
2.
Connect
a set of audio cables from AUDIO
on the VCR back panel to AUDIO
INPUT-2
INPUT-1
OUT
or
on the TV back panel.
• The red cable connects to the R (right) channel
• The white cable connects to the L (left) channel
If your VCR is mono (non-stereo), connect only the
white (left) cable.
Figure 6. Connecting the VCR Audio/Video.
You may connect to the S-VIDEO
terminal
but not to both.
16
or VIDEO
Connecting
an Audio
Receiver
Stereo Audio System
(recommended
TVbaok panel
for shelf units or A/V receivers without
digital audio inputs)
(Figure 7)
.
Connect
the audio cables from AUDIO
MONITOR
OUTPUT
on the TV back panel to
TV IN or AUX IN terminals on the back of the
audio system.
[]
• The red cable connects to the R (right) channel
• The white cable connects to the L (left) channel
2.
Turn off the TV's speakers
VIDEO
SETTINGS
Menu,
through
the AUDIO/
page 55.
Audio system back panel section
3.
Set the audio system's input to the TV or AUX
position to hear the TV's audio through your
stereo system.
Figure Z Connecting the StereoAudio
System.
A/V Receiver
(Figure
.
8)
Connect
either a video cable or an S-Video
(but not both) from VIDEO
the back of the A!V receiver
or INPUT2.
Connect
MONITOR
to VIDEO
cable
OUT on
INPUT-1
2 on the TV back panel.
a video cable from VIDEO
MONITOR
OUTPUT
on the TV back panel to VIDEO
IN on the back of the A/V receiver.
3.
TV
Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO
MONITOR
OUTPUT on the TV back panel to
AUDIO TV IN on the back of the A/V receiver.
• The red cable connects to the R (right) channel
• The white cable connects to the L (left) channel
Figure8.
ConnectingtheA/VReceiver.
17
Connecting
a DVD Player or Other S-Video Device
DVD Player with Component
Video
[]
(Figure 9)
.
E
Figure 9. Connecting a DVD Player _ith Component
Video.
2.
Connect the Component Video cables from
(YCbCr or YPbPr) VIDEO OUT on the back of
the DVD player to COMPONENT
(1 or 2) on
the TV back panel. The correct connections are:
A. YtoY
B. Cb or Pb to Pb
C. Cr or Pr to Pr
Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO OUT
on the back of the DVD player to COMPONENT
AUDIO Input (1 or 2) on the TV back panel.
• The red cable connects to the R (right)channel
• The white cable connects to the L (left) channel
iMPORTANT
NOTE:
Some video game systems support component
connections. Please refer to your video game
console Owner's Guide.
NOTE:
If your DVD player supports progressive
scan playback, be sure to set your player
accordingly. Please refer to your DVD player's
Owner's Guide.
TV back panel (section detail)
Other S-Video Device
(Figure
1.
10)
Connect
an S-Video
cable from VIDEO
on the device back panel to VIDEO
INPUT-2
2.
[]
Connect
INPUT-1
or
on the TV back panel.
a set of audio
cables from AUDIO
on the device back panel to AUDIO
INPUT-2
OUT
OUT
INPUT-1
or
on the TV back panel.
• The red cable connects to the R (right) channel
• The white cable connects to the L (left) channel
Figure 10. Connecting an S-Video Device.
If your S-Video Device is mono (non-stereo), connect
only the white (left) cable.
18
Connecting
DTV
a DTV Receiver
Connectors
and Adaptors
(Figure 11)
The TV back panel has five RCA-type connectors for
the DTV connection. The back panel of your DTV
receiver may use RCA-type connectors or BNC-type
connectors.
If your DTV receiver comes with BNC
type connections, you will need to purchase BNC to
RCA adaptors to connect the TV to the DTV receiver.
These adaptors should be available at most electronic
supplystores.
or
BNC to
RCA
Adaptor
BNC
Connector
Figure ll.
A
or
Fitted to
Connection
DTVconnectors
RCA
Connector
and adaptors.
DTV Receiver with Component
Video Connections (Recommended)
(Figure 12)
Connect the outside antenna cable, or satellite to
ANT or SATELLITE IN on the DTV receiver
.
(see your DTV receiver owner's guide for
instructions and cable compatibility).
w _ek
.
If your DTV receiver has a built-in terrestrial tuner,
connect the incoming terrestrial antenna to ANT
on the DTV receiver. If your DTV receiver does
not have a built-in terrestrial tuner, this TV will
only be able to provide an analog signal through
Ant-A on the TV back panel.
3.
Connect the RCA-type cables from the DTV
receiver outputs to DTV INPUT Y!Pb/Pr on the
TV back panel. You may need to set the DTV
Input Assignment to Y/Pb/Pr (see page 35).
4.
Connect the L (left) and R (right) audio cables
from the DTV receiver to DTVAUDIO
on the
TV ba& panel.
5.
To utilize the benefits of a digital A!V receiver,
connect your DTV receiver's digital audio out
to a digital input on your digital A/V receiver.
Component (1 and 2) may also be used for 1080i
components.
p_
I*_en
_ta_
a"%71
........
L.
[]
Figure l2. Connecting the DTVrecei_'er
component Video Connections.
with
19
DTV Receiver with RGB Video
Connections
(Figure
13)
Connect the outside antenna, cable, or satellite to
ANT or SATELLITE
IN on the DTV receiver
.
(see your DTV receiver owner's guide for
instructions and cable compatibility).
.
[]
Figure13.
Connecting the DTVreceiver
video connections.
with RGB
.
If your DTV receiver has a built-in terrestrial tuner,
connect the incoming terrestrial antenna to ANT
on the DTV receiver. If your DTV receiver does
not have a built-in terrestrial tuner, this TV will
only be able to provide an analog signal through
Ant-A on the TV back panel.
Connect the RGB cables from the DTV receiver
to the TV back panel as listed below (if your DTV
receiver uses BNC-type cables, use the adaptors
shown in Figure 11, page 19):
DTV Receiver
TV Back Panel
G (green)
B (blue)
R (red)
.
Y/G
Pb/B
Pr/R
If the DTV receiver has outputs for H and V sync,
connect as listed below (DO NOT connect if
DTV receiver uses "Sync on Green"):
H (horizontal sync)
V (vertical sync)
H
V
Connect the L (left) and R (right) audio cables
from the DTV receiver to DTV AUDIO on the
.
TV back panel.
.
20
To utilize the benefits of a digital A!V receiver,
connect your DTV receiver's digital audio out to
a digital input on your digital A/V receiver.
You may need to setup the DTV (See Input
Assignment, page 35) to RGB.
MonitorLink
WS-48313,
(Figure 14)
1.
Connect
a MonitorLink/DVI
Controller
Connect
HD
the MonitorLink
from the TV
[]
Receiver/
._-o
back panel.
o
Control/RS-232
cable
back panel to the Mitsubishi
Receiver/Controller
.
WS-65313
cable from the
TV back panel to the Mitsubishi
2.
WS-55318,
back pane_
HD
back panel.
Connect the L (left) and R flight) audio cables
from the HDTV receiver to AUDIO LEFT and
AUDIO
RIGHT
on the MonitorLink
section
of
the TV back panel.
NOTE:
The 29 pin MonitorLink!DVI
and RS-232
cables can be found at your local electronics
store.
CAUTION:
To assure continued
Figurel4.
ConnectingMonitorLink
FCC
compliance,
the user must use a shielded video
interface cable with bonded ferrite cores at each
end, when
using the MonitorLink/DVI
input.
21
How Connections
Affect the
PIP (Picture-In-Picture)
and POP (Picture-Outside-Picture)
To see a picture in the PIP or POP, you may need to select an input source. If the only input connected
is ANT-A, then both the main picture and the PIP/POP will be from that input source. If other video
equipment is connected, you may be able to view these input sources as the PIP/POP.
When connecting your
new Mitsubishi TV, it is important to understand which main picture and PIP/POP
input sources can and
cannot be used together. The table on this page shows which inputs can and cannot be used together and the
limitations they may have. If you press the INFO button it will display the current Input, signal (480i, 480p, or
1080i), format, time, day and sleep time.
See Operation of PIP and POP, page 62, for operating instructions.
180!%!%!
¸
OK*
No PIP/POP
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK*
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK**
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK**
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK**
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
* No Side-by-Side with the same channel
**No Side-by-Side with the same input
t Component 2 is not available on the WT-42313
22
3
Operation
of PIP and POP
...........................................................................................
Important
Notes ............................................................................................................
29
30
Remote Control
Functions:
Overview of the TV Layer Buttons
Overview
AUDIO:
Select the individual
(Figure
VIDEO:
Select the individual video settings.
1, following page,)
audio settings.
Slide Switch: Select A/V product to be controlled by
the remote control.
PIP CH: Scroll up or down through
channels in PIP or POP.
POWER:
connected
PIP/POP:
choices.
Turns power on and off for TV and other
A/V products.
Numbers: Individually
information into TV.
select channels
or input
SQV (Super O_ick ViewTM): Scan through
memorized list of favorite channels.
a
Cycle through
Exchange
SLEEP:
Set the TV to turn offwithin
PIP or POP with the main TV
GUIDE:
FORMAT:
TV picture.
the slide switch is set to CABLE/
program guide
receivers).
INPU_
Select the signal to view; Ant-A, Ant-B,
DTV, Component-i,
Component-2,
Input-l,
Input-2, Input-3, MonLink. (Component 2 not
available on WT-42313.)
Change the shape and size of the main
REC: Manually
DVD.
record with your VCR or recordable
REW/REV:
Rewind or reverse search with your
VCR, reverse scan with your DVD, or skip reverse
with your CD.
PLAY: Play your VCR, DVD, or CD.
VOL (volume): Change
STOP:
sound level.
Turn sound on or off.
MENU:
Display _E
®on-screen
FF/FWD:
menu system.
ADJUST.' Navigate menus, change settings, and move
the PIP on-screen location.
ENTER:
Select a channel number or menu item.
HOME:
Exit on-screen
menus and return
to TV
viewing.
CANCEL:
Clear SQV and some menu entries. Used
as a subchannel button in Cable/DBS/DTV
layer.
V-CHIP: Displays V-Chip Passcode screen, use to
enable or disable the V-Chip Lock.
INFO:
Displayon-screen
summaryofthe
current
input used and any broadcast information available
(including current V-Chip information, Signal Source
and Format). Additionally, if you press the INFO key,
it will display time, day and sleep time.
24
See
Select the PIP or POP input source.
CH (channel): Scroll up or down through memorized
channels. Skips DVD chapters in DVD layer.
MUTE:
2 hours.
Sleep Timer, page 26, for setup instructions.
PIP INPUT.'
DBS/DTV, display the on-screen
(some cable boxes and DBS/DTV
PIP and POP display
EXCH:
picture.
Q V (Oafick ViewTM): Switch to last channel viewed.
When
memorized
Stop your VCR, DVD, or CD.
Fast forward or forward search with
your VCR, fast play with your DVD, or skip forward with your CD.
PAUSE: Pause your VCR, DVD, AV Disc, or freeze
the PIP or POP image.
LIGHT:
control.
Illuminates buttons or labels on the remote
Located on the left side of the remote.
Remote
Control
Functions:
Care and Operation
rT-
Operation
VOR
CASLg/O88/_)W
(
Installing the Batteries:
(Figure 2)
II
DVD
)
)
<o®
1. Remove the remote control's back cover by gently
pressing the ridged tab in the direction of the arrow
and sliding off the cover.
q) <9 <9sLEEp
VIDEO
_NPUT
J JJ
2. Load the batteries, making sure the polarities (+)
and (-) are correct. For ease of installation, install
the negative (-) side first.
For Best Results
from
the Remote
VOLUME
CHANNEL
Control:
_.
Be within
20 feet of the equipment.
_.
Do not press two or more buttons at the same time
unless instructed to.
_.
Do not allow to get wet or become heated.
_.
Avoid dropping on hard surfaces.
_.
Do not use harsh chemicals to dean.
soft, lightly moistened cloth.
iiiilQu{_
REC
gTOP
REW/g/EV
pt_y
PAUSE
FF/FWD
_ N'I'_NN-II
Use only a
Figure1.
Do not mix new and old batteries.
Remote ControlFunctions.
Do not heat, take apart, or throw batteries into fire.
Use only AAA batteries.
Operating
the Remote
size AAA
batteries
Control:
You can use the remote to control the TV, CABLE/
DBS/DTV, VCR, DVD, and AUDIO products.
Select the product you want to control by moving the
slide switch to the appropriate position. The remote
control has been preset to operate the TV and other
Mitsubishi products. To program the remote control
to operate other products, see Use of the Remote
Control with Other A/V Products, page 27.
Figure2.
Installing the batteries.
25
Remote Control Functions:
Channel Selection, Sleep Timer
Channel
Selection
Enter three numbers ( ex. for channel 2, press 002).
or
Press the channel number and ENT (ex. for
channel 2, press 2, then ENT).
or
Enter the channel number and wait four seconds
(without pressing ENT). The TV will change
automatically.
r7TV _1
I IF
AUDIO
Sleep Timer
(Figure 3 &4)
Setting
)QQ
)Q®sLEEP
Q®Q
the Sleep Timer:
Press SLEEP on the remote control.
A message indicating the length of time the sleep
timer is to be set appears on the TV screen.
Each press of SLEEP will increase the time
displayed by 30 minutes, until the maximum
of 120 minutes is reached.
value
Figure 3. Sleep button on remote control
_. After 5 seconds of inactivity, the message will
disappear.
Sleep: 30 min.
Press SLEEP to view the remaining
timer turns the TV off.
Canceling
time before the
the Sleep Timer:
Press the SLEEP button to display the on-screen
message.
Figure 4. On-screen display for sleep timer
26
Press SLEEP repeatedly until OFF is displayed.
After 5 seconds of inactivity, the message will
disappear.
Use of the Remote Control with Other A/V Products
CABLE/DBS/DT_
VCR DVD
TV-o
_ _, _ t-AUDIO
Programming the Remote Control
to Use with Other Brands of Audio
and Video Products:
1. (
Move the slide switch at the top of the remote to
the product you want to control.
2.
Press and hold the POWER
control.
3.
Enter the first three digit code listed for your
equipment, and then release the POWER button
on the remote control.
Cable box brand
General Instruments/
Jerrold
Motorola
Oak
Pioneer
Scientific Atlanta
I I
") )
Code_enten
119,120,121,122,123,
124
125,126,127
139,137,102
101,116
112,113
117,100
Zenith
button on the remote
4. Point the remote control to the equipment
press the POWER button.
II
(,]
1
(Figures 1-3 this page, figures 4-5 following page)
1.
I
(
Ifyour
cable box
code is not
listed here,
please see
page 66
for a
complete
listing.
To reset to default code, enter 000
Figure 1. Programming
the remote to control your cable
box.
and
Note: If the equipment responds, the remote control is
properly programmed to operate the equipment. If
the equipment does not respond, repeat steps 2-4
with the next three digit code listed in step 3 for
your equipment.
CABLE/DBS/DT_
VCR DVD
TVt
_ $ _ t-AUDIO
_
i
1. _ (
lit
I
[tt]
.
) )
1
Satellite brand
Codeto enten
006
175
173
174
176
177
Mitsubishi DTV - DBS
DishNetwork
Hughes - DBS
Panasonic - DBS
RCA - DBS
Sony - DBS
Toshiba-DBS
170, 173, 189, 190, 191
If your
satellite
receiver
code is not
listed here,
please see
page 67 for
a complete
listing.
To reset to default code, enter 000
Figure2.
Programming t]aeremote to control your
satellite receiven
CABLE/DBS/DTV_ VCR DVD
TV-o
_ J, _ _-AUDIO
1. (
c
I
IIII
m
))
1
VCR brand
Mitsubishi
Hitachi
JVC
Codetoente_
Phillips / Magnavox
Panasonic
RCA
Sony
Toshiba
001,002
020,043,065
030,054
043,044,051
041,042,043
020,053,065
048,049,050
021
If your
VCR
code is not
listed here,
3Iease see
page 67
fora
complete
listing.
To reset to default code, enter 000
Figure3.
Programming t]aeremote to controlyour
VCR.
27
Use of the Remote Control with Other A/V Products
CABLE/DBS/DT_
TV-4
1. (
(
_
I
VCR DVD
_, _ e-AUDIO
III
.]
I
)
2.
m
DVD/LDP brand
Mitsubishi
JVC
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer DVD
Samsunq
Sony
Toshiba
Code toen_n
OO3
257
25O
258,283,272
252
261
254
253
If your
DVD
code is not
listed here,
please see
page 66
for a
complete
listing,
After entering the correct codes in each position of the
remote control, use the dide switch to select which
product will respond when an operational button is
pressed. If you enter a code from the AUDIO chart
while the slide switch is set to TV, the volume and
mute functions change to match the A/V receiver.
This is useful when using an A/V receiver with the
TV all the time. In all other cases, only one of the
below devices is allowed for each slide switch position.
To reset to default code, enter 000
Figure 4. Programming the remote to cantrol yaur
DYD or LDP.
TV position:
[] TV
[]
Cable/DBS/DTV position:
[] Cable box
[] Satellite receiver
[] DTV receiver
CABLE/DBS!D_V_ VCR DVD
TV-o J, /* _ e-AUDIO
I
I I I I
1. (
(
m
8
Audio brand
Codetoenter:
Mitsubishi AN receiver 010, 015, 011,012,
3nd/or CD player
013, 014
234,235,236,245,
Denon
246.359
Harman Kerdon
215, 223, 242
JVC
233,232
Kenwood
208.200
Marantz
224,350
Dnkyo
209, 214, 240, 247
Pioneer
205,207
Sony
222,249
Technics
218,219,221
Yamaha
202.201.243.244
A/V receiver (volume and mute only)
i_your
audio
code is not
listed here,
please see
page 66
for a
complete
listing,
To reset to default code, enter 000
Figure 5. Programming the remote to cantra/your
A/V receiver.
VCR position:
[] VCR
DVD position:
[] DVD
[]
LD Player
Audio position:
[] A!V receiver
[] Mitsubishi CD player
If you have a Mitsubishi A/V receiver, the audio position
may be used in conjunction with select Mitsubishi CD
players'. Your audio position must beprogrammed to
either 010 or 011. Plug the CD player power cord into a
switched outlet on the back of your A/V receiver. Pressing
the POWER button turns On the A/V receiver, along
with the CDplayer. In the audio position, for some
CD players, the transport controls (FF, Play, Rew, etc.)
ofoemte the CD player.
IMPORTANT
28
Remote
Control
Functions:
Special Functions
When your remote control has been Programmed to operate another manufacturer's
performed on each layer may vary. The most common functions are:
oMitsubishi
VCRs will be com
o POWER
oCHANNEL
up/down
• 0-9 Number
Buttons
• ENTER
•CANCEL
(on some models)
oPOWER
oDirect
with additional
Selection
Buttons
• 0-9 Number
Buttons
3n some
Remote Control
(on some models)
(on some models)
oADJUST
up/down/left/right
(on some models)
• GUIDE (on some models)
• MUTE
-use number
Functions:
the function
buttons
*VOLUME
Input
product,
buttons,
SQV, and QV (on some models)
(on some
Operation
Picture-In-Picture
(PIP) and Picture-OutsidePicture (POP) features allow you to view
Programming
in different ways. While watching
the main screen, you can display programs from
other channels and other inputs. To see which
inputs can and cannot be used together, see How
Connections Affect the PIP and POP, page 22.
You can display large and small PIPs, side-by-side
pictures, three POPs, or nine POPs.
of PIP and POP
Activating the PIP and POP
Press PIWPOP to choose a display format. Each
time the PIWPOP button is pressed on the TV
remote control (within 3 seconds of each other),
the PIP/POP
cycles through the following display
options.
1. POP: side-by-side pictures
2. POP: three POPs
3. POP: nine POPs
4. PIP:
5. PIP:
large PIP
small PIP
To turn PIWPOP Off, wait at least 10 seconds,
and press PIWPOR
The next time you activate
PIWPOP, the last used PIWPOP format will be
displayed first.
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IMPORTANT
Warning:
NOTES
Do not leave stationary
PIP/POP,
or letterbox images on the screen for extended
periods of time. Mix the types of pictures shown. Uneven picture tube aging is
NOT
covered
by your warranty.
The normal use of a TV should include a
mixture of TV picture types. The most
frequently used picture types should fill
the screen with constantly moving images
rather than stationary images or patterns.
Displaying the same stationary patterns over
extended periods of time or displaying the
same stationary pattern frequently can leave
subtle but permanent ghost images. To avoid
Examples
of these types of images can be, but
are not limited
to the following:
Letterbox top/bottom black bars:
shown at the top and bottom of the TV screen
when you watch a widescreen (16:9) movie on
a standard (4:3) TV.
this, mix your viewing pattern and reduce the
initial contrast level. Do not show the same
Side bar images:
stationary image for more than 15% of your
total TV viewing in any given week. Display
constantly moving and changing images that
fill the screen whenever possible.
when watching a standard
widescreen (16:9) TV.
This projection TV uses picture tubes to project the
image to the screen. All picture tubes age with
use. As they age, their light output is gradually
reduced. Normal TV pictures fill the screen
with constantly changing images. Under
these conditions,
picture tubes age at an even
rate across the entire screen. This maintains
a TV picture that is evenly bright over the
whole screen. Stationary images or images
that only partially fill the screen (leaving black
or colored bars to fill the screen), when used
over extended periods of time or when viewed
repeatedly, can cause uneven aging of the
phosphors and leave subtle ghosts from the
stationary images in the picture.
Still or stationary images may be received from
broadcasters, cable channels, satellite channels,
DVD discs, video tapes, laser discs, on-line
services, web/Internet searching devices, video
games, and digital TV tuner/converter boxes.
3O
solid bars shown on each side of an image
(4:3) program
on a
News and stock-market report bars:
ticker running at the bottom of the TV screen.
Shopping channel logos & pricing displays:
bright
graphics
repeatedly
Video
that are shown constantly
or
in the same location.
game patterns
and scoreboards
Bright station logos:
moving
or low-contrast
to cause uneven
Online
(Internet)
graphics
are less likely
aging of the picture
tubes.
websites:
or any other
stationary
style images,
including
or repetitive
digital
computer
photos
Closed Captioning
Mitsubishi recommends
using a gray
background
rather than black or a bright color
if you frequently
use closed captioning.
4
V-CHIP
LOCK
ADVANCED
AUDIO/VIDEO
Menu ...................................................................................................
FEATURES
SETTINGS
Menu
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Menu
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The
i poAnA
Menu
Your TV has Mitsubishi's
information
System
exclusive _["
on-screen
operating
system, which provides on-screen
for menu choices and changes.
A picture (icon) will be highlighted and
can be selected using the remote control's
ADJUST arrows. When selected, the
appropiate menu will appear or start an automatic
function. You may then make changes within the
menu or access available sub-menus.
A highlighted square button indicates that you
may make changes to the menu screen.
The _R
®system includes the following
special features:
[] The currently selected icon or button is
highlighted with a rectangular yellow outline and
the text color will be yellow.
[] On-screen instructions provide complete menu
choice information.
[] Some on-screen menu options must be set before
other options are available. For example, "Timer
Menu" will only be possible if "Clock Time" and
"Set Day'have been set.
Figure 1. MAINmenu:
The first screen that appears when you press the
MENU
button from your remote.
The following remote control buttons will help you
move quickly through the _1_
®system (Figure 2):
ADJUST • or • to select the menu item you want to
change.
ADJUST • to move to the setting field.
ADJUST • or • to change the settings.
ADJUST _ to move back to the menu item.
ENTER to enter into a menu, start an automatic
function, or select a checkbox.
CANCEL
function.
to clear a setting, or stop an automatic
MENU
to move back one menu screen at a time.
HOME
to exit all menus at once and return to TV
viewing.
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Figure2.
These buttons on your remote
control are used for navigation within the
on-screen operating system.
Main Menu Screens: Overview
SETUP
(Figure
Menu
3)
Basic (initial) setup instructions and functions are
available through the SETUP submenu screens.
• Memorize channels,
• Assign Input Assignments
• Set the time and day
• Select English or Spanish for the menus
or screen display
• Set the Front Button Lock (WT-42313)
• Set the Energy Mode (WS-48313, WS-55313 or
WS-65313).
Figure3.
SETUP menu for WS-48313,
WS-65313
WS-55313,
Use the setup menu when you relocate the TV,
experience a power loss or when devices are added
after initial setup. See pages 35-39 for more detailed
setup information.
CAPTIONS
(Figure
Menu
4)
Display broadcasted captions or text on the screen.
Select the closed caption setting by choosing to
display the background color as either black or
translucent gray. See pages 40-41 for more detailed
setup information.
Figure 4. CAPTIONS
Note: Mitsubishi recommends using the translucent
gray background to prevent CRT aging and/or burnin.
menu
CHANNEL
EDIT
Menu
(Figure 5)
• Customize the channel information
and Ant-B,
for Ant-A
• Manually add or delete channels from memory
• Name channels for Ant-A and Ant-B
• Add your favorite channels to a SQV (Super
Quick View "_) list.
See pages 42-44 for more detailed setup information.
Figure 5. CHANNEL
EDIT
menu (ANTENNA)
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Main Menu Screens: Overview,
V-CHIP
continued
LOCK Menu
(Figure 6)
Lock the TV by selecting times or choosing programs
to block based on rating signals sent by your local
broadcasting system.
NOTE:
ForWS-48313,
WS-55313 orWS-65313
the Front Button Lock at this screen.
set
See pages 46-49 for more detailed setup information.
See page 45 for V-Chip rating information.
Figure6. V ChipLockMenu, WS-48313, WS-55313, WS-65313
ADVANCED
(Figure
FEATURES
Menu
7)
• Adjust colors automatically
Color Balance
or manually,
using
• Set your TV to turn on automatically
• Converge (align) the three main colors
• Display a blue screen when viewing an input
with no signal
• Enhance the darker parts of bright pictures
See pages 50-54 for more detailed setup information.
Figure 7. ADVANCED FEATURES Menu
AUDIO/VIDEO
SETTINGS
Menu
(Figure 8)
Adjust some or all of the A/V settings. Each input
can be set to your preferences. A/V Reset on the
menu allows you to return the A/V settings for the
current input to the factory presets. A/V Reset on the
front control panel resets all inputs at one time. See
pages 55-57 for more detailed setup information.
Figure8. Audio/VideoSettingsMenu
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SETUP Menu: Memorize
Assignment
Channels,
Memorize
Memorize
Menu, Input
Channels
(Figure 9)
Select Memorize Channels for each antenna you use.
The TV will find and remember strong channels and
skip the unused or weaker channels.
Figure 9. Memorize
Channels Menu
MEMORIZE
(Figure
Menu
10)
Stop memorization
Channels
at any time by pressing
memorized
will stay in memory.
Now
m_mor±zing
all_e
_tations
you
can
recei_
on _t-A
Ai_.
Please
_tand
prior to pressing
After
you may select memorized
descending
order by pressing
on the remote control.
by.
INPUT
Figure lO. Memorize
channels
channels
CANCEL.
CANCEL
are memorized,
in ascending
the CHANNEL
ASSIGNMENT
or
button
Menu
(Figure 11)
Menu
INPUT ASSIGNMENT
turns offunused inputs,
turns them on again or changes the name of the input.
If you turn an input Off, it will be skipped when you
press INPUT on the remote control. Choices are:
[]ANT-A,
ANT-B:
[]
DTV:
Y/Pb/Pr,
[]
COMPONENT(S)*
Cycle through
[]
INPUT-l,
MonitorLink
Cycle through
Figure 11. Input_/lssignment
Menu WT-42313
RGB,
* COMPONENT-2
RGBHV
or Off
a list of preset names
INPUT-2,
Cycle through
[]
On or Off
or Off
INPUT-3:
a list of preset names
or Off
(MONLINK)
a list of preset names
or Off
is not available for WT-42313
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SETUP
Menu: Manually
Setting the Clock
Clock Setting
(Figure
(Manual)
12)
The Clock Setting menu default allows the clock time
to be set manually. To set the clock automatically,
please see page 37.
To set the clock manually,
including AM or PM.
first select the current time,
Press • or V to slowly adjust the time. Press and
hold • or • to quickly adjust the time.
Figure 12. Clock Time
Set Day
(Figure 13)
After manually
current day.
Figure l3. Set Day
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selecting the current time, select the
SETUP
Menu: Automatically
Setting the Clock
Clock Setting (Auto)
(Figure 14)
Set the Clock Setting to Auto to automatically set the
day and time using Extended Data Service (XDS)
time data. This data is automatically retrieved when
tuned to a PBS channel or other channel in your area
that provides this service.
Time
Zone
(Figure 15)
Select
Central,
the correct
time zone
Mountain,
your area when
Auto
Pacific,
(Atlantic,
Alaska,
has been selected
Eastern,
or Hawaii)
for
as the Clock
Setting.
Figure 15. Time Zone
Daylight
(Figure
Savings Time
16)
Select the Daylight Savings Time (DST) option that
your state uses when Auto has been selected for the
Clock Setting.
Applies = uses DST
Ignore = does not use DST
The clock time and day will be set automatically after
tuning to a channel carrying the Extended Data
Service (XDS) time data (usually your local PBS
channel).
Figure 16. Daylight Savings Time
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SETUP
Menu: Language,
Front Button Lock (WT-42313)
Language
(Figure 17)
Display the on-screen menus in either English or
Spanish (Espafiol). The first time you powered On
your TV, you were requested to select an on-screen
menu language. If you choose to change the selection,
all menu text will immediately switch to the language
of your choice.
Figure 1Z Language /Idioma
Front
Button
(See V-Chip
Lock for WT-42313
Menu for other models)
(Figure 18)
Disable controls on the front panel to prevent anyone
from accidentally changing settings.
Select On to lock out the operations of the front panel
button and select Off to restore the operations of the
front panel buttons.
Figure 18. Front Button Lock for WT-42313
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If the front panel buttons have been locked and you
misplace the remote control, you can restore the
function of the front panel buttons by pressing and
holding the MENU button on the front panel for
more than 8 seconds. If the TV is already on, a
message will be displayed to confirm the release of the
Front Button Lock.
SETUP Menu: Energy Mode (WS-48313, WS-55313,
WS-65313)
Energy Mode
(Figure 19)
This feature is only for models WS-48313, WS-55313
and WS-65313. Change the setting to Low (less than
1 watt) and the TV will operate in an energy saving
mode when it is turned off.
If the Energy Mode is set to Low, it w'dl not be
possible to record while the TV's power is off because
there will be no signal from LOOP OUT (on the
TV back panel) to the VCR and/or cable box.
Figure 19. Energy Mode for W8-48313,
WS-65313
W8-55313,
NOTE:
The Standard setting has a faster turn on
time, but uses more power than the Low setting.
Standard is recommended.
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CAPTIONS
Menu: Overview
CAPTIONS
Menu
(Figure 20)
Turn On or Off the closed caption decoder, select
the type of captions or text, and choose black or
translucent gray as the background color for the
closed caption area.
Broadcasters
can send either Standard
or Text closed
captioning.
Standard closed captioning follows the dialogue of the
characters on-screen and displays in a small section of
the screen.
Figure20.
CAPTIONS
menu
Text closed captioning often contains
information such as weather or news and covers a
large portion of the on-screen program. Your TV
can decode four different standard and four different
text closed captioning signals from each TV station.
However, each TV station may broadcast only one or
two closed captioning signals, or none at all.
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CAPTIONS
Menu: Closed Captions, Background
Color
Closed Captions
(Figure 21)
Display one of the following
types of Closed Captions:
CC1, CC2, CC3, or CC4: Standard closed
captioning signals.
_. Textl, Text2, Text3, or Text4: Text dosed
captioning signals.
_. On if mute: Closed captions when mute. When
selected, the standard dosed captioning signal
(CC1) will turn on/off by pressing the MUTE
button on the TV remote control.
_. Off: No dosed captions.
Figure 21. Closed Captions
CC Background
(Figure 22)
Display the background color as either black or
translucent gray, to make the closed captions easier to
read.
Note: Mitsubishi recommends using the
translucent gray background to prevent CRT aging
and/or burn-in.
Figure22.
CAPTIONS
menu
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CHANNEL
EDIT Menu: Antenna, Channel Selection
Antenna
(Figure 23)
Select Ant-A or Ant-B. For each antenna, you can
add or delete channels in memory, name channels,
and add channels to the SQV (Super Qgick View TM)
list.
Figure23.
An_nna
Channel
(Figure 24)
Select to edit the channel selections.
You can add or
delete from memory, name, or add to the SQV (Super
Qgick View TM)list.
After selecting Channel, editing can be done using the
Adjust buttons or entering the 3 digit channel number
you want to change (Example 002 for channel 2).
Figure24.
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Channel
CHANNEL
EDIT
Menu: Memory,
Name Selection
Memory
(Figure 25)
Add weaker channels viewed with Ant-A or Ant-B
and delete unwanted channels,
channels have been memorized
after all available
with Memorize
Channels (page 35). Use the CH (channel) button
the remote control to view memorized channels.
on
Figure25.
Memory
Figure26.
Name
Name
(Figure
26)
Name channels shown on Ant-A or Ant-B (up to four
characters). After you enter a name, it will appear on
the TV screen next to the channel number.
1. Select Ant-A or Ant-B.
2. Select the memorized channel you want to
name.
3. Press ADJUST until you see the
underline highlighted in the Name field.
4. Use ADJUST • or • to select letters A-Z,
numbers 0-9, and!or symbols (!.&'!:*- and blank)
for each character of the name you would like for
the selected channel. Dess ENTER after choosing
each letter and after the name is complete. If you
want to change your selection while on the option
field, use CANCEL to delete the currant character.
You will move one position back. If you press
CANCEL while at the first character, the entire
name will be deleted.
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CHANNEL
EDIT Menu: Using SQ.V(SuperQuickView
TM)
Using The Menu Screen
(Figure
27)
Put together a list of your favorite channels from AntA and Ant-B using SQ_V (Super Q_ick View). Store
up to 6 channels in each of the 9 different memory
banks. After adding a channel to the SQV memory,
"SQ_V" will appear under the channel number on the
TV screen.
To change SQV choices using the menu:
1. Press A or • when at Channel settings or use the
CHANNEL
button on the remote control to select
the channel you wish to add or delete from a SQV
memory bank.
Figur_2z SQV(Su?erQ_,i_k
zi_ 'M)
2. Press II,when at SQV in the menu to move the
selector to the On!Off setting.
3. Press A or • when at SQV setting to select the
SQV memory bank you wish to modify.
4. Dess ENTER to add (On) or delete (Off) the
current channel from the SQV memory bank that
you have selected.
Figure 28. SQV (Super Quirk View rM) but/on on the remote control
Using The Remote
(Figure
Control
28)
View and add so.y
channels
using the remote control:
1. Use the CH (channel) or number buttons to select the channel you want to add.
2. Dess and hold the SQV button for about 3 seconds. When "SQV" and the memory bank number appear
under the channel number, the channel has successfully been added.
To change the sO.y banks using the remote control:
1. Press the SQV button.
2. To change memory banks, press a number button within 5 seconds of pressing the SQV button.
Remove so.y
channels
using the remote control:
1. Press the SQV button repeatedly until you see the desired channel.
2. While the channel number and SQV indicator am still displayed on the screen, press the CANCEL button.
the CANCEL button is not pressed before the SQV indicator disappears, the channel will not be removed.
3. When the SQV indicator disappears, the channel has successfully been removed.
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If
V-CHIP
V-Chip
LOCK Menu: Overview
Signal Information
When provided by the broadcaster, V-Chip ratings can be used to control which programs can be viewed or will be blocked. When
V-Chip ratings are sent, you will see the ratings when you change the channel or when you press the INFO button on the remote
control. Both TV and Movie ratings will display. TV ratings apply to programs and movies developed for TV and may have
supplemental blocking by content categories. Movie ratings use MPAA ratings for movies released in theaters.
V-CHIP
EXCEPTIONS:
TV Ratings:
Used with TV programs and Made-for-TV movies.
TV-Y
Youth, for children under the age of 7.
TV-Y7
Youth, 7yearsoldandolder.
b_rchildren7yearsoldandolder.
TV-G
General Audience. For the entire family to view.
TV-PG
Parental Guidence. Parental Guidence is recommended, may not be
suitable for some children.
TV-14
TV-MA
Content
Used in
FV
D
L
S
V
Addescent 14 years dd and alder. Not recommended
under the age of 14.
Mature Audience. For adults only.
for children
TV Rating
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
FV
D
L
S
V
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Categories:
association with the TV ratings above.
Fantasy Violence- applies to TV-Y7 only.
Sexual Dialog- applies in different degrees to TV-PG and TVq4.
Adult Language-applies
in different degrees to TV-PG, TVq4, and TV-MA.
Sexual Situationsapplies in different degrees to TV-PG, TVq4, and TV-MA
Violence (graphic or realistic)- applies in different degrees to TV-PG, TVq4, and TV-MA.
When you select a TV rating, you are selecting the least-restriced program level that can be viewed. As an example, if you select
TV-PG, you are allowing programs rated TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-G and TV-PG to be seen and blocking programs rated TV-14 and
TV-MA. When you select a TV Content category, you will block all TV programs that have the same content category listing. As
an example, if you select to block V (Violence) at the TV-14 level, you will also block any program that has the V category listing at
the TV-PG rating level as well.
Movie Ratings:
Used with theater released movies and direct-to-video
G
PG
PG-13
R
NCq7
X
movies.
General Audience- Designed for the entire family m view.
Parental Guidence- Parental Guidence is recommended, may not be suitable for some children.
Parental Guidence 13 years dd and older- Not recommended for children under the age of 13.
Restricted- Restricted in the theater to 17 years old and older unless accompanied by an adult.
No Children- Restricted in the theater to 18 years dd and older.
Adult- Designed for and restricted in the theater m adult audiences only.
When you select a Movie rating, you are selecting the least restricted program level that can be viewed. As an example, if you select
a movie rating of PG-13, you are allowing movies rated G, PG and PG-13 to be seen and blocking movies rated R, NC-17, and X.
Programs Not Rated: Used for
rated like news, sports, weather,
or movies such as those prior m
Ratings. This does not include
Chip signals
programs that are not
emergency bulletins,
or without MPAA
programs without V-
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V-CHIP
Menu: Setting Up and Using V-Chip Lock Passcode
Setting Up the V-CHIP
Passcode
(Figure
LOCK
29)
Select V-CHIP
LOCK
from the MAIN
menu
for first time setup or after you have canceled your
passcode. You will see the screen shown in Figure
29. Use the number buttons on the remote control to
input a new four-digit
Figure29.
First time entry to the V-CHIP LOCK
models
all
passcode,
then press ENTER.
Before pressing ENTER, you can delete a character
and move back one character by pressing CANCEL,
or leave the passcode screen by pressing MENU or
HOME.
Entering
(Figure
the Passcode
30)
Input your passcode as shown in Figure 30 (Note:
Text changes from "a new" to "your" passcode).
The next time you select V-CHIP LOCK from the
MAIN menu, you will see this screen.
Figure
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30. Re-entry
models
to the V- CHIP
LOCK
all
V-CHIP Menu (WT-42313):
Locking by Hour or Time
Allowing
or Blocking
Allowing
or Blocking Ratings,
by Ratings
(Figure 31)
Block or Allow programs based upon rating signals
sent by the broadcasting station. The factory preset
for TV Ratings is TV-PG (Parental Guidance)
allowing only programs rated TV-PG or lower. The
factory preset for Movies is PG, allowing only movies
rated PG or lower. Please refer to page 45 for a
detailed ratings description.
V-CHIP
(Figure
HOURS
/ LOCK BY TIME
Figure 31.
V-CHIP
LOCK
Choices WT-42313
32)
V-CHIP HOURS/LOCK
BY TIME will allow you
to activate the V-Chip or lock the entire TV during
specific hours.
V-CHIP
Start Time and V-CHIP
Stop
Time
(Figure
32)
Select the times you would like the V-Chip to be
Active. By setting the V-Chip Start Time and VChip Stop Time to the same time, the V-Chip will be
active 24 hours a day.
Press A or • to slowly adjust the time.
hold A or • to quickly adjust the time.
Press and
Figure 32. V-CHIP
WT-42313
Lock by Time,
Lock Time,
HOURS/LOCK
BY TIME
and Unlock
Time
(Figure
32)
Lock by Time locks the entire TV when Lock by
Time is On and you have selected a Lock Time and
Unlock Time. Your TV continues to be locked until
you input your passcode, or when the locked time
expires.
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V-CHIP Menu (WS-48313, WS-55313, WS-65313): Locking
by Time, Front Button Lock, Selecting V-Chip Rating Menu
LOCK
by Time
(Figure 33)
Select On at Lock by Time, then select the Lock
Time and Unlock Time.
This will lock the entire
Your TV
continues
passcode,
or when
the locked
Front
Button
Lock
(Figure
Figure33.
V-CHIP
LOCK Menu Lock by Time
to be locked
until
you input
TV.
your
time expires.
34)
Setting the Front Button Lock to On will disable
controls on the front panel to prevent anyone from
accidentally changing settings. Offwill restore the
operations of the front panel buttons.
If the front panel buttons have been locked and
you misplace the remote control, you can restore
the function of the front panel buttons by pressing
and holding the MENU button on the front panel
for more than 8 seconds. If the TV is already on, a
message will be displayed to confirm the release of the
Front Button Lock.
Figure 34. Front Button Lock
Selecting
(Figure
V-Chip
Rating Menu
35)
To block or allow programs based on the rating system
described on page 45, select V-Chip to go to the
V-Chip Rating menu.
Figure 35. Selecting V-Chip Rating Menu
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V-CHIP Menu (WS-48313, WS-55313, WS-65313):
Allowing or Blocking Ratings, Lock by Time
Allowing
(Figure
or Blocking
by Ratings
36)
Block or Allow programs based upon rating signals
sent by the broadcasting station. The factory preset
for TV Ratings is TV-PG (Parental Guidance)
allowing only programs rated TV-PG or lower. The
factory preset for Movies is PG, allowing only movies
rated PG or lower. Please refer to page 45 for a
detailed ratings description.
V-CHIP
(Figure
HOURS
26)
V-CHIP HOURS will allow you to activate the VChip or lock the entire TV during specific hours.
To set V-Chip Hours, select V-CHIP
V-CHIP LOCK menu.
V-CHIP
Start Time
V-CHIP
Stop Time
(Figure
Figure 36. Ratings Menu,
WS-65313
WS-48313,
WS-55313,
Hours from the
and
37)
Select the times you would like the V-Chip to be
Active. By setting the V-Chip Start Time and VChip Stop Time to the same time, the V-Chip will be
active 24 hours a day.
Press A or • to slowly adjust the time. Press and
hold A or • to quickly adjust the time.
Figure 3Z Selecting V-Chip Rating Menu WS-48313,
WS-55313, WS-65313
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ADVANCED
Correction,
FEATURES
PerfectColor
Menu: Color Balance, Auto Color
xM,Reset Color
Color Balance Menu
(Figure 38)
Your Mitsubishi TV uses six colors (Magenta, Red,
Yellow, Green, Cyan and Blue) to create Color
Balance. You may adjust these colors automatically or
manually or reset them to the default settings.
Auto
(Figure
Color
Correction
39)
Set the Auto Color Correction option to On
to optimize skin tone color automatically and
continuously. Both Manual Color Adjustment and
Reset Color options are grayed out and unavailable
when On is selected for Auto Color Correction.
Figure 38. ADVANCED
FEATURES
MENU
PerfectColor
(Figure 40)
Press ENTER to display the menu for manual color
adjustment.
Individual sliders for Magenta, Red,
Yellow, Green, Cyan and Blue will be displayed.
The sliders have a numeric value, where 63 is the
maximum. The default setting for each color is 31
(center). Highlighted text will show which slider you
are adjusting.
• For WT-42313 all inputs are adjusted at once. This
feature is available only with the 480i signal.
• For WS-48313, WS-55313 or WS-65313,
input can be individually adjusted.
Figure 39. COLOR
BALANCE
Menu
each active
Press Adjust • or V to navigate between colors and
Adjust _ or _, to change the color slider settings.
The PerfectColor
Color Correction
option is only available when Auto
is turned Off.
Reset Color
(Figure 39)
Select to reset the PefectColor
settings.
• For WT-42313 all inputs are reset at once. This
feature is available only with the 480i signal.
Figure 40.PerfectColor
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Menu
• For WS-48313,
WS-55313 or WS-65313,
input can be individually
reset.
each active
ADVANCED
Set Time
FEATURES
Menu: TIMER,
Timer Menu, and
TIMER
(Figure 41)
The timer will automatically turn the TV on (if it
is off) at the time you schedule and select. When
Ant-A or Ant-B is the selected input, you may select
any memorized channel. The TV will tune to this
channel when the timer turns it on.
Figure 41. ADVANCED
TIMER
(Figure
FEATURES
menu
menu
42)
The timer can be turned On or Off. When On, you
need to select the time and the day to turn On and
the input and channel to display. At your preselected
time, the timer will turn the TV on and a message
will be displayed, "Press a key for the TV to stay on."
Any button on the remote control must be pressed
within 5 minutes or the TV will turn itself off.
Figure 42. TIMER
menu (Timer)
Figure 43. TIMER
menu (Set Time)
Set Time
(Figure
43)
Select the hour and minute, including
when the TV is to turn on.
Press
hold •
•
or • to slowly adjust
or •
to quickly
adjust
the time.
AM or PM,
Press
and
the time.
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ADVANCED
Channel
FEATURES
Menu: Set Day, Input, and
Set Day
(Figure
44)
Select the days that the TV will turn on automatically.
You can select Everyday, Mon-Fri (Monday through
Friday), or the individual days of the week.
Figure44.
TIMER
menu (Set Day)
Input
(Figure 45)
Select the input to use when the timer turns on the
TV. If the TV is already on, the timer will turn the
TV to this selected input.
Figure45.
TIMER
menu (Input)
Channel
(Figure 46)
If the selected input is for Ant-A or Ant-B, the timer
will turn the TV to the selected channel.
Figure46.
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TIMER
menu (Channel)
ADVANCED
FEATURES
CONVERGENCE
(Figure
Menu: CONVERGENCE
Menu
47)
Your Mitsubishi TV has three picture tubes which
are aligned to properly converge the projected light
beams on the screen. Each picture tube projects a
single color of red, blue or green. During production,
your TV was carefully adjusted to properly align these
colors. As a special feature, you have the ability to
adjust the red and blue light beams in reference to
the fixed green light beam. This process is called
convergence. Convergence aligns the entire screen
at once. Select either Red Convergence or Blue
Convergence to begin alignment.
Convergence
Figure 4Z
CONVERGENCE
Figure 48.
Convergence screen
menu
Screen
(Figure 48)
When
the Red and Blue crosshairs
are properly
converged,
the center-screen
crosshairs will appear
white. You can use A, V, ', or • to move the Red
and Blue crosshairs.
Press VIDEO
to switch between
Red and Blue.
Convergence
Press AUDIO
for the Advanced
screen.
Advanced Convergence
(Figure 49)
After adjusting the Red Convergence and Blue
Convergence, you can fine-tune your TV by adjusting
the Red and Blue convergence at 64 individual points.
Move the flashing bracket to a position needing
adjustment by pressing A, V, ', or •. Press ENTER
to select the position (flashing will stop). Move the
Red or Blue line by pressing A, V, _, or •. Press
VIDEO to switch between the Red and Blue lines.
A position is properly converged when all three lines
combine to appear white. Press ENTER to deselect
the position (flashing will resume), and move the
brackets to the next position needing adjustment.
When completed, press MENU to save your changes,
and exit the Advanced Convergence screen.
NOTE: This is considered a fixed image.
Important Notes on page 6, 12 or 30.
Please see
Figure 49. Advanced
Convergence screen
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ADVANCED FEATURES
Mute, Black Enhancement
Menu: Reset Convergence, Video
RESET
FACTORY
DEFAULTS
(Figure 50)
If you do not want to reset the convergence, press
the MENU key to return to the Convergence menu
without performing a reset.
Figure50.
RESET
to Factory Defaults
You may reset the red and blue convergence to factory
default settings when you first use your TV or after
making manual changes. Press the ENTER key to
restore the convergence to the default settings. All
the changes you made manually will be deleted. The
message "Convergence Completed" appears when the
convergence reset process ends.
Video Mute
(Figure 51)
Video Mute, when On lets you display a blue
background when no signal is being received on
Inputs 1-3, DTV, and Component 1-2 (Component
only for WT-42313)
and MonLink.
FigureS1.
Video Mute
Black Enhancement
(Figure
52)
The contrast in dark scenes is enhanced
picture
ig_e 52. Black Enhancement
quality.
for better
Brighter scenes will not be affected.
AUDIO/VIDEO
SETTINGS
AUDIO/VIDEO
Menu: Overview
SETTINGS
Menu
(Figure
Each
53)
input
has its own A/V
memory.
You can adjust
each input's A/V memory in two ways.
the menu or the remote control.
A/V Memory
A/V
Memory
input's
an input's
Reset
Reset will return
A/V
memory
A/V
the currently
to the factory
memory,
select the input
You can use
select A/V
you want
selected
settings.
To reset
Memory
Reset,
to reset, and press ENTER.
TV Speakers
This
selection
will turn
on or off the TV_
internal
Figure 53. AUDIO/VIDEO
SETTINGS
menu
speakers. You may select Offwhen sending the sound
through a separate stereo system or surround sound
A/V receiver.
Audio Output
Select
Fixed
if your audio
be controlled
the volume
remote
with
with
control,
for surround
audio
with
a remote.
to adjust
a remote.
the system's
This
This
control
cannot
the TV's
system
can
you to adjust
setting
Select
system
allows
allows
remote
receivers.
or stereo
or stereo
This
if compatible.
sound
receiver
receiver
Variable
or the TV
is better
if your
be controlled
internal
circuitry
the volume.
AUDIO SEq_NGS
VIDEO SEq_NGS
(Audio Settings,
Figure
and
54)
After selecting AUDIO SETTINGS
or VIDEO
SETTINGS,
you can adjust the settings by pressing
A, V, I, or •. For descriptions of the individual A/V
settings, see AUDIO/VIDEO
Setting Descriptions,
pages 56-57.
Using the AUDIO
and VIDEO
Figure 54. AUDIO
SETTINGS
Buttons on the Remote Control
1. Press AUDIO or VIDEO to cycle through the available settings.
2. Press _ or • to adjust the setting. After 5 seconds of inactivity, the setting display will disappear.
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AUDIO/VIDEO
Setting Descriptions:
signal is broadcast, the letters "SAP" will be
displayed when you tune to the channel.
Audio Settings
[]
Bass
Enhances
or reduces low frequency
• Mono:
sound.
signal.
Enhances
or reduces
high frequency
sound.
[]
the level of sound
between
Listen
[]
Surround
simulated surround
stereo program.
effect when watching
a
Listen to (for Ant-A and Ant-B)
Determines how your TV will receive a broadcast
audio signal and play back the sound you hear.
Your choices are:
Stereo: Default setting. The TV will
play stereo broadcasts in stereo and mono
broadcasts in mono. The word "Stereo" will
be displayed when you tune to a channel
broadcasting stereo.
(Second
during
might
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Audio
soundtrack
normal
be related
watching,
mono
audio
with
to (for INPUTs)
Stereo: Your TV will create a
simulated stereo effect when watching a nonstereo program.
• Surround Sound: Your TV will create a
monaural
stereo
Automatically equalizes the volume level
of programs containing significant level
differences from one segment to another
(for example, regular programming to
commercials).
To receive the best fidelity with
music programs, you can turn this setting to
Off.
• Off: No surround effects. Use this setting
when using an A/V receiver with Dolby "rM
Pro Logic Surround, or Dolby TMDigital
Surround.
SAP
a weak
All audio will be played
and should
Level Sound
Creates simulated stereo and surround effects.
Your choices are:
[]
receiving
noise
Is not available.
the left and
right speakers.
• Simulated
background
this setting.
Balance
Adjusts
[]
Reduces
be used when
[] Treble
[]
Audio
Program):
Additional
that you cannot
TV viewing.
The
to the program
such as a soundtrack
language,
or unrelated
watching
such as a weather
hear
SAP
signal
you are
in a foreign
to the program
report.
you are
If a SAP
NOTE:
A slider will display
setting.
The
the maximum,
setting
is 0.
slider
on-screen
has a numeric
the mid-range
for each
value, where
63 is
is 31 and the minimum
AUDIO/VIDEO
Setting Descriptions:
Video Settings
[]
[]
Brightness
Provides a slider to adjust the overall
brightness of the picture.
[]
Film Mode
(Automatic)
Video media uses a video camera created at
Contrast
Provides a slider to adjust the white-to-black
level. Low contrast shows a variety of shades
in darker images, while high contrast shows
darker images more uniformly black and
makes colors appear more vibrant.
[]
Video
Sharpness
30 frames per second. Film media uses a
film camera created at 24 frames per second.
Examples of video media are live TV broadcast
such as news, special events, or video taped
programs. Examples of film media are
motion pictures, made-for-TV movies, and
many prime time programs. Filmed media is
converted by the broadcaster or home video
company to 30 frames per second to match TV
or video standards. This conversion can leave
subtle "picture artifacts" or conversion
Provides a slider to adjust the detail and clarity.
errors.
[]
Color
The settings are On and Off. If you select On,
the system automatically detects if the signal
source is Film and corrects for conversion
[]
Provides a slider to adjust the color intensity.
Tint
errors. If you select Off, the system will never
correct for conversion errors.
Provides a slider to adjust the proportion
of red
This function
operates only in 480i mode.
to green.
[]
Color Temp (Color Temperature)
Allows you to adjust how white images are
displayed. Your choices are:
• Low 6500K or Low (for DTV): White
images will have a warm cast to them. This
adjustment is an average and can vary due to
ambient room lighting, video scene brightness
and the TV's age. The Low 6500K represents
the 6500K industry standard for NTSC (nonDTV) pictures.
• Medium: White images will be balanced
between the Low (warm) and High (cool)
settings.
NOTE: A slider will display on-screen for each
setting. The dider has a numeric value, where 63
is the maximum, the mid-range is 31 and the
minimum setting is 0.
NOTE: For optimal picture performance, it is
recommended that you adjust your video settings
(specifically contrast and brightness) during initial
setup. Certain factors will affect your personal
preferences, including room lighting, glare reflections
and viewing angles/distance.
This also slows
phosphor aging.
• High: White images will have a cool cast to
them. This setting may provide the most
realistic picture under bright lighting.
Video
Noise
Reduces minor noise (graininess)
broadcast or input signal.
This function
in the
operates only in 480i mode.
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58
Available
On-Screen
Format
(picture
shape)
Ant-A 000
Ant-B 000
DTV (480i/480p)
DTV (108%
Input-1
Input-2
Input-3
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
or 2 (480i/480p)
DVl (4801/480D/
DVI (1080i)
[]
based on Input/Signal
Expand
Standard
Component-1 or 2 (10800
You can find aspect
marked
Sizes
availability
INPUTS
Component-1
NOTE:
Format
"Anamorphic"
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
ratios on the back of most DVD
or "Enhanced
format
displays
for DTV
a full-screen
format
displays
the 1.78:1 or 1.85:1
Anamorphic
DVDs
ratio still display
of the screen,
stretched
and Component
format.
Anamorphic
The
DVDs
ratios.
Input
Standard
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
covers.
Also, Anamorphic
DVDs
are usually
(4:3) images
Zoom
is useful
However,
bottom
aspect
the picture,
cropping
to remove
or reduce
bars on Anamorphic
aspect ratio.
Note: This format
are
some
The
of the image
Zoom
the black
DVDs
is not available
top and
with
in the
format
2.35:1
1080i
signal.
from side to side.
[] Expand (480i/480p)
Enlarges the picture, cropping some of the image
at the top and bottom. The Expand format is
useful to reduce the letterbox top and bottom
bars of non-Anamorphic
DVDs or to correct
narrow 4:3 images that have been stretched in
the Standard format.
Expand
YES
YES
YES
at each side, top and bottom.
that have
that have the 2.35:1
narrow
Narrow
YES
YES
YES
Enlarges
black bars at the top and bottom
while
evenly
aspect
Plus
Stretch
for 16:9 TVs."
]
Default
[]
Zoom
1080i
Standard
Note:
Stretch
Expand HD
4_Op
is not available
in the 1080i format.
HD Expand (1080i)
Enlarges the picture, cropping some of the image
on both sides. This Expand format is useful
to remove or reduce black side bars on HD
broadcasts of 4:3 images with black bars (See
page 64).
Note: Expand HD is only available in the 1080i
format.
[]
Stretch
Default format for Ant-A and Ant-B, and Inputs
1-3. The Stretched format stretches narrow
4:3 images across the screen, however, there is
less stretch in the center than the sides.
Note:
Stretch
is not available
in the 1080i format.
[] Stretch Plus (not available on WT-42313)
Similar to stretch mode, however to minimize
distortions on the side, the picture is expanded to
crop off portions of the top and bottom. Useful
when no important information is shown at the
top and/or bottom of the screen.
]
Narrow
Displays
narrow
4:3 images
in their
original
shape and adds stationary
gray side bars to fill
the screen.
Caution should be observed when
using
the Narrow
gray side bars.
Note: This format
60
signal.
format
due to the stationary
is not available
in the
1080i
Available
Widescreen
Standard
Picture
Format
(16:9 - HD 1080i only)
(Recommended)
Widescreen
;tandard
On-Screen
Picture
Sizes, continued
Example: A True HD Broadcast
Expand
(Recommended for 4:3 images with Black Side Bars)
(480i1480p)
(Recommended)
Zoom
(For letterbox 2.35:l DVDs)
Stretch
Stretch
Plus
Narrow (Not Recommended)
(not available on WT-42313)
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Operation
Picture
Inside
of PIP and POP
Picture
You have the option
show
another
and a sports
input
(PIP)
vs. Picture
Outside
to view two TV shows
event
on another
or three
or inputs
channel,
as a picture-inside-picture.
as a side-by-side
Picture
at the same time.
or a DVD
The
POP
or nine pictures-outside-picture
(POP)
movie
option
For example,
and more.
allows
The
Side-by-Side
allows
you to view a main
picture
at the side (only one moving
POP).
Changing
MAIN
PICTURE
you can watch
PIP option
PIP/POP
Press
PIP INPUT
POP
images.
Changing
a game
you to view
and another
input
Inputs
to browse
through
PIP/POP
available
PIP or
Channels
Press PIP CH to scroll up or down
memorized
channels
on the Ant-A
through
and Ant-B.
POP 1
Exchanging
MAIN
PICTURE
POP 2
Press
Program
ENTER/EXCH
picture
Images
to exchange
with the PIP / POP
the main
picture.
POP 3
Moving
Press
MAIN
POP 1
POP 2
POP 3
POP 4
POP 5
POP 6
PICTURE
AntA 002 KCSS
Star_atd
TV PG DESV
SQVq
POP 8
POP 9
PEPA017
ADJUST
anywhere
A, V, ',
on the main
Automatic
Press
POP 7
PIP Images
PAUSE
switching.
or • to move
POP Switching
to activate/pause
When
automatic
automatic
POP
the TV cycles through
or strobes
pictures
from
other A/V
POP
switching
memorized
is
channels,
components
in the
display.
Selecting
Press
display
screen.
activated,
POP
the PIP
POP "Live" Image
ADJUST
different
POP
A, V, ',
or • to select
a
"live" image.
Freeze the PIP and Side-By-Side
At_t.A 002 KCSS
Standard
IV PG DLSV
SOV-1
P_P A 017
Picture
Press
PAUSE
side-by-side
"live" image.
62
in the TV layer to freeze
images.
Press
Pause
again
the PIP and
to return
to a
Appendix A: Bypassing the
V-Chip Lock
Bypassing
After
the V-Chip
Lock
you set the lock, you need your passcode
a V-Chip
locked
the lock,
or enter
program,
If you forget
your passcode,
TV without
entering
temporarily
TV, cancel
lock menus.
you can view the locked
your passcode.
password is requested,
buttons on the remote
This process
view the locked
the V-Chip
to view
When
your
press the number 9 and Q V
TV control at the same time.
unlocks
the TV.
When entering the V-Chip Lock menu, this process
deletes your old passcode and prompts you to enter a
new passcode.
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64
Appendix
B: High Definition
Component
These
All other
with most standard
signals wkh component
Compatible
DTV
HDTV
1080i.
DTV
be converted
compatible
signals,
before
Y
480i, 480p,
and
= 1.0Vp-p (includes sync) 75ohms
_- Pb
= 700mVp-p, 75ohms (can also receive
_- D
signals from outputs labeled B-Y and Cb)
= 700mVp-p, 75ohms (can also receive
signals from outputs labeled R-Y and Cr)
such as 720p, need to
signal types.
specifications
DVD
video outputs.
signals are SDTV
by the DTV
receiver
to one of the
Hease check the DTV
receiver
connecting.
Input Levels When Used With
Component Video Signals
EIA - 770.3 Standard
DTV Input
Y
_- Pb
These
inputs are compatible
and DTV
with most standard
signals with component
Compatible
DTV
HDTV
1080i.
Compatibility
Input Levels with Component
Video
Inputs
inputs are compatible
and DTV
Input Connection
signals are SDTV
video
DVD
outputs.
480i, 480p,
Levels
= 1.0Vp-p (includes sync) 75ohms
= 700mVp-p, 75ohms
Pr
H
= 700mVp-p,
= Not Used
V
= Not Used
75ohms
and
All other DTV signals, such as 720p, need to
be converted by the DTV receiver to one of the
compatible signal types. Please check the DTV receiver
specifications before connecting.
This input is also compatible with some DTV receivers
using RGB or RGB with "separate H and V sync."
Industry standards for DTV RGB signals systems,
synchronization, timing, and signal strengths are
not currently established. These inputs will not be
compatible with all DTV receivers that offer RGB. If
your DTV receiver offers both DTV component video
signals and DTV RGB signals, Mitsubishi suggests you
use the DTV component video signals. Please check the
DTV receiver specifications before connecting.
Input Levels when Used With
Video Signals
RGB
_- G (Y) = 1.0Vp-p 75ohms (compatiblewith syncon green)
B (Pb) = 700mVp-p, 75ohms
_- R (Pr) = 700mVp-p, 75ohms
_- H
= 4Vp-p+!-l.0v, 2.2k ohms
(when using separate H and V sync)
V
= 4Vp-p+/-1.0v, 2.2k ohms
Input when Used With DVI
_.
HDCP
compliant
_.
E-EDID (Enhanced-Extended
1.3 compliant
_.
DVI-D uncompressed,
Display Identification)
high-speed, digital
single-link connection
Suggested scan rates: 1080i, 480p, 480i
65
Appendix
C: Remote Control Programming
A/V Receivers
Mitsubishi ......
010, 011, 012, 013,
............
014,360
Admiral ........
220
Aiwa ..........
225, 226, 241
B&K ........
352
Bose ..........
351
Denon ........
234, 235, 236, 245,
............
246, 359, 361
Fisher ........
204
Gerrard ........
213
Harman Kardon . .215, 223, 242, 362
Jensen ........
223, 229
JVC ..........
232, 233
Kenwood ......
200, 208, 289
KLH ........
363
Koss ..........
357
Magnavox ......
Marantz ......
McIntosh ......
Nakamichi ......
Onkyo ........
Optimus ......
Panasonic ......
Parasound ......
227, 228
224, 350, 360
216
206, 217
209, 214, 240, 247
203, 227, 231, 230
219, 218,221
356
Philips ........
Pioneer ........
Polk Audio ......
OA*asar........
RCA ..........
Sansui ........
Sharp ........
Sherwood ......
SoW ..........
SoundDesign ....
TEAC ........
Technics ......
Venturer ......
Victor ........
Yamaha ........
223, 248, 290
205, 207
353
219, 218,221
203, 205, 227,231,230
203, 211,239
234, 237
354, 355
222,249, 364, 365
238
212, 213,210, 211
221, 218, 219
358
232, 233
201,202, 243, 244
66
Codes
Cable Box
DVD Players
ABC ..........
Archer ........
Cableview ......
Citizen ........
Color Voice ....
Comtronics ....
Curtis ........
Diamond ......
Eagle ........
Eastern ........
GC Brand ......
GE ..........
Gemini ........
General Instrument
/Jerrold ........
............
Hamlin ........
Hitachi ........
Macom ........
Magnavox ......
............
Memorex ......
Movietime ......
Oak ..........
Panasonic ......
124
125
105
122, 105
128, 129,130, 106, 107
128, 129,130,106, 107
112,113
124, 125
129
134
105
112,113
122, 143
Mitsubishi ......
003
Aiwa ..........
261, 274
Apex ..........
266, 283
Bose ..........
286
Denon ........
250, 273
Ferguson ......
251
GE/RCA/Proscan
251, 256
Harman Kardon . . 282, 288
Hitachi ........
270
JVC ..........
Kenwood ......
Mintek ........
Next Base ......
Norman& ......
257
271, 289
285
284
251
119,120, 121, 122, 123
124, 125,126, 127
112
103,124
103,104, 105, 108
128, 129,130, 106, 107,
133,138
130
105
102
114
Onkyo ........
Oritron ........
Paite ..........
Panasonic ......
267, 280
263, 268
262
250
Philips/Magnavox
Pioneer ........
Saba ..........
258, 253, 272, 290
252
251
Paragon ........
Philips ........
............
Pioneer ........
Pulsar ........
RCA ..........
117
128, 129,130, 106, 107,
133,138, 131
101,116
105
115
Sampo ........
Samsung ......
Sanyo ........
Sharp ........
SMC ........
263
261
275
260
275
Sylvania........
Sony ..........
Thompson ......
Toshiba ........
Regal ........
Regency........
Rembrant ......
Samsung ......
Scientific Atlanta..
Signature ......
............
SL Mark ......
Sprucer ........
Starcom ........
............
Stargate ........
Teleview ......
%corn ........
Toshiba ........
Unika ........
United Artists ....
United Cable ....
............
Universal ......
112
134
105,138
105
112,113,194
119,124, 125, 126, 127,
120, 121,122
105,101
105,
119,124, 125, 126, 127,
120, 121,122
105
101,105
135,136
104
125
102
119,124, 125, 126, 127,
120, 121,122
122
264
254, 278,279
251
253, 287
281
277
269
269
250, 272, 276, 287
Videoway ......
Viewstar ......
Zenith/
Drake Satellite
106
129, 130
. . 117,100
Venturer
......
Vialta ........
Wave ........
XYVave........
Yamaha ........
Appendix
C: Remote Control Programming
Satellite Receivers
/DBS/DTV
VCRs
Mitsubishi...
• 001,002, 060, 067,
• 068, 061, 062
Admiral .....
Aiwa .......
Akai .......
•055
Mitsubishi
HD/Satellite Receiver
Echostar/Dishnetwork
Express Vu ..........
GE ..............
Gradient
..........
....
....
006, 173
175, 82, 183, 188
175
176
186
Hitachi.
173, 181, 184
Hughes ............
Maganavox ..........
Panasonic ..........
173
171,172
174
Philips ............
RCA/Proscan ........
171,172
176, 179, 180,185
Samsung
..........
Sony ..............
Star Choice
........
192
177
173
Toshiba ............
................
Uniden ............
WebTV ............
170, 189, 190,
191, 173
171,172
187
Codes, continued
Audio Dynamic
Bell & Howell•
Broksonic . ..
Canon .....
Citizen .....
• 047, 052
• 049, 034, 035, 036
• 031
•025
• 040, 046
• 043, 045
• 026
Craig
.....
Curtis Mathes.
Daewoo .....
• 025, 049, 026
• 065, 044, 047
• 063, 021, 044, 078
DBX .......
•030, 031
•065
•023, 038, 039, 040, 045,
Dimensia
Emerson
. ..
. ..
............
Fisher . ..
Funai
. ..
GE .....
Go Video .
Goldstar
Gradiente
Hitachi .....
Instant Replay•
Jensen .....
JVC...
Kenwood
LXI .......
............
Magnavox .
Marantz
Marta . ..
Memorex .
MGA . ..
Minolta...
Multitech .
NEC
. ..
Olympic
Optimus
Orion
. ..
Panasonic .
Penney . ..
Pentax
Philco
. ..
. ..
............
046,062, 063
• 025,028, 02% 027
.04Z 046, 040,054
.065, 044,07% 053
• 05Z 069, 070, 071
.026
•054
• 043, 065, 020,047
•044,043
• 059
.030,031,054,
076, 077
• 030,026, 031
.04_ 026,020,02_
028,025,029
• 051,043, 044
• 030, 031
• 026
VCRs
Radio Shack ....
............
RCA ..........
............
Realistic ......
............
053, 044, 025, 056, 029,
060, 047
053, 065, 020, 043, 044,
049, 051,066, 021, 022
044, 025, 056, 029, 060,
047
Samsung ......
Sansui ........
Sanyo ........
Scott ..........
............
Sears..........
Shaintom ......
057, 022, 024, 053
046, 040, 072
025, 029
021, 022, 024, 029, 060,
067, 068, 046, 040
025, 026, 027, 028,020
037
Sharp ........
Signature 2000
Singer ........
Sony ..........
............
SV2000 ........
055, 056
. . 047, 055
037
048, 049, 050, 073, 074,
075
047
Sylvania........
Symphonic ......
Tashiro ........
051,043, 044, 047
047
026
Tatung ........
030, 031
TEAC ........
030, 047, 031
Technics ......
041, 042, 043, 044
Teknika ........
044, 047, 032
Toshiba ........
021
Totevision ......
026
Vector Research . . 031
Wards ........
055, 056, 029, 064, 026
Yamaha ........
025, 030, 031
Zenith ........
064,026
• 044, 029
• 060, 067, 068, 061,
• 062
• 020, 065
• 067, 047, 024
• 030, 031,054
• 044, 043
• 048, 041, 055, 026
• 046, 040
• 043, 044, 041,042
• 044, 020, 065, 025,
• 030, 031
• 020, 031, 065
• 051,044, 047, 043,
046, 040, 063
Philips ........
Pioneer ........
051,043, 044
043
Proscan ........
............
Qgasar ........
065, 020, 043, 044, 051,
066, 021, 022, 053
041, 042, 043, 044
67
Appendix D: Cleaning and Service
Cleaning
Cloth speaker grills:
• Lightly brush with a soft brush cloth, or lint brush.
Normally, light dusting with a dry, non-scratching
duster will keep your TV clean. If cleaning beyond
this is needed, please use the following guidelines:
First, turn offthe TV and unplug the power cord
from the power outlet.
• If necessary, you can vacuum using the brush and
hose attachments of your vacuum cleaner. Do not
use the beater brush section on the grill cloth.
General Cleaning Warnings:
• DO NOT allow liquid to enter the TV through the
ventilation slots or any crevice.
Top and Sides of the TV:
•
Gently wipe down your TV with a soft, nonabrasive cloth such as cotton flannel or a clean
cloth diaper, lightly moistened with water. Dry
with a second dry, soft, non-abrasive cloth.
For oily dirt, add a few drops of mild liquid
detergent, such as dishwashing detergent to the
water used to moisten the cloth. Rinse with a
second cloth moistened only with water. Dry with
a third dry, soft, non-abrasive cloth.
Screen
•
•
•
behind
the Diamond
ShieldTM:
Follow the instructions for the top and sides,
however, wipe gently in an up and down motion,
following the grooves in the screen.
Clean the entire screen evenly, not just sections of
the screen.
Do not allow liquid to drip down the grooves
of the screen as some liquid may enter the TV
between the screen and the screen frame.
• You may purchase Mitsubishi Screen Cleaner, part
number CLEANER-VSS, by calling (800) 5537278
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• DO NOT use any strong or abrasive cleaners as
these can scratch the surfaces.
• DO NOT use any cleaners with ammonia, bleach,
alcohol, benzine, or thinners as these can dull the
surfaces.
• DO NOT spray liquids or cleaners directly on the
TV's surfaces.
• DO NOT scrub or rub the TV harshly. Wipe it
gently.
Appendix E: Diamond Shield
Models WS-48313, WS-55313
Installation and Removal for
and WS-65313
TM
Follow the steps below to install and remove the
Diamond Shield.
INSTALLATION
A. Begin by inserting
the shield, sliding it into the
channels,
Diamond
starting at the bottom. Gently bow the
Shield toward you and insert the
Diamond
Shield into the top channel.
B. Install the
them into the
force the dip.
completes the
left and right molding clips by pressing
opening starting at a corner. Do not
The clip will slide into place. This
Diamond Shield installation.
REMOVAL
To remove the Diamond
Shield, reverse the order of
the above procedure.
Diamond
Shield Installation
WARNING
Sharp edges! Always wear gloves to handle, lift
and install Diamond Shield and molding clips.
Molding
Clips
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Cabinet
Separation
for Model WS-65313
Instructions
for Separating
the Upper
and Lower
Section of the Projection Television Cabinet
For Mitsubishi Dealers and Service Personnel ONLY
This Mitsubishi projection television cabinet has been assembled in two
p,eces.
These pieces may be separated to allow for easier delivery and setup.
O
This projection
television weighs over 320
pounds and has many sensitive components.
n__
o
Any dismantling
procedure
should be done by
authorized
Mitsubishi
Dealers or Service Personnel
\
_
Cabinet-Top
ONLY.
The following
people:
operations
should
be performed
by two
===
Screen Frame
_-.
_:_
[]
Remove
the decorative
Plastic
side of the cabinet and then
screws (2) on each side.
remove
Covers
Brackets
(2) on each
the exposed
_
Cabinet-Bottom
[]
Carefully lift the Cabinet-Top
straight up until the
brackets
are clear from the Cabinet-Bottom.
DO NOT
use the Screen
Frame
when
[]
Carefully
[]
Once you have moved
Bottom
place the Cabinet-Top
to its desired
and mount
lifting the Cabinet-Top.
and positioned
location,
the Cabinet-Top
on to the floor.
reverse
[]
the Cabinet-
the procedure
on the Cabinet-Bottom.
Be sure you align the brackets
properly. Keep fingers
clear of all joints!
Replace the screws and the
decorative
Plastic Covers that were removed in Step []
[]
[]
Plastic Covers,
Screws
7O
Terminal Cover Ventilation for Model WT-42313
AIR CIRCULATION TIP
--
Wall
When considering the location or position of your TV,
we recommend you place it at least 2" (inches) away from
the wall. Like most electrical equipment and appliances,
better air circulation allows your television to run cooler,
assuring a long, trouble-free life.
At Least 2" (Inches) Away from Wall
SIDE PANEL FOR INPUT TERMINAL
Included in the accessories bag is the side panel to cover
the input terminals, located on the bottom right of your
TV. See diagram. Follow the steps below to attach or
remove this side panel:
1. Remove the side panel from the accessories
attached to the back of your TV.
2. Route all of the cable downward
over them.
Slots for
Push Tabs
plastic bag
Side Panel
so the cover can close
3. Position the three tabs directly opposite the three slots
(see diagram) and gently push toward the front of the
TV.
Tabs
4. Slide the two push tabs into the slots on the other side
of the terminals
Result:
until both tabs snap into place.
The side panel neatly covers the input jacks.
Reverse these steps to remove the side panel from the
input terminal.
Slots
STAND
REQUIREMENT
CAUTION:
This PTV for use only with Mitsubishi
with other stands is capable of resulting
in instability
stand MB-42311.
Use
causing possible injury.
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Index
CONNECTING
Antenna
Antenna
or Wall Outlet Cable 14, 15
ro a Cable Box and VCR 16
A
Antenna to a Cable Box or VCR
Audio Receiver 17
A/V
Audio Components
to the Cable Box or VCR
DTV Receiver 19, 20
Memory Reset 55
Receiver, Connecting 17
Activating the PIP and POP 29
Advanced Convergence Menu 53
Advanced Features Menu 34, 50-54
DVD Player 18
MonitorLink
21
S-Video Device 18
Connections Affect the PIP and POP
22
Convergence Menu
Advanced 53
Screen 53
Connecting 14, 15
Appendices
A: Bypassing the V-Chip Lock 63
B: High Definition Input Connection Compatibility 65
C: Remote Control Programming Codes 66
D: Cleaning and Service 68
E: Diamond Shield _ Installation and Removal for
Models WS-48313, WS-55313 andWS-65313 69
Audio/Video Settings Menu 34, 55
A/V Memory Reset 55
Audio Output 55
TV Speakers 55
Audio Settings Menu 55
Audio Settings Description 56
Automatic POP Switching 62
Auto Color Correction Menu 50
Available On-Screen Format Sizes 60
D
B
Freeze the
PIP 62
Back Panel Input/Output for
WS-48313, WS-55313 &WS-65313
Black Enhancement Menu 54
11
Bypassing the V-Chip Lock 63
C
Cabinet Separation for Model WS-65313
Cable Box, Connecting 15, 16
Captions Menu 33, 40
Background 41
Closed Captions 41
Changing PIP/POP
Channels 62
Daylight Savings Time Menu 37
DTV
Connectors and Adaptors 19
lnput Connection Compatibility 65
DTV Receiver with
Component Video Connections
RGB Video Connections 20
19
DVD Player with Component Video 18
E
Energy Mode for WS-48313, WS-55313 and WS-65313
Entering the Pa_sscodefor V-Chip 49
Exchanging Program Images PIP and POP 64
F
Side-By-Side Picture 62
Front Button Lock for
WS-48313, WS-55313 and WS-65313
W1"-42413 38
Front Control Panel ll
48
70
IMPORTANT
Notes 6, 12, 30
Safeguards 4
input Menu 52
input Assignment Menu 35
input Levels when used with
RGB Video Signals 65
Component Video 65
Component Video Signals 65
input when used with DV1 65
L
14
Component-1 and 2 Inputs Connection Compatibility 65
Composite Video with Audio, Connecting 16
72
16
TM
Antenna
Channel Edit Menu 42
Inputs 62
Channel Menu 42, 52
Channel Edit Menu 33, 42
Channel Selection 26
Clock Setting
Auto 37
Manual 36
Coaxial Lead Antenna, Connecting
Color Balance Menu 50
15
Language Menu 38
Lock by Time for
WS-48313, WS-55313 and WS-65313
WF-42313 47
LockTime forWT-42313 47
48
39
M
Special Features 9
SQV _'_Using the
Menu Screen 44
Remote Control 44
Main Menu Screens: Overview 32
Memorize Channels Menu 35
Memorize Menu 35
Stereo Audio System, Connecting
Memory Menu 43
Menus (also see individual topic)
Advanced Features 50
17
T
Audio/Video Settings _5
Captions 40
Channel Edit 42
Main 32
Timer Menu
5/
Time Zone Setting 37
_I]oubleshooting
74
TV Speakers Menu 55
_I_vin Lead Antenna, Connecting
Setup 35
V-Chip Lock 45
MonitorLink, Connecting 21
Moving PIP Images 62
14
U
N
UnlockTime for WT-42313 47
Use of the Remote Control with Other A/V Products 27, 28
Using the AUDIO and VIDEO Buttons on the Remote Control
Name Menu 43
55
P
PerfectColm:'_ 50
PIP and POP
V
V-Chlp
Activating 29
Changing 62
Freezing 62
How Connections Affect 22
Allowing or Blocking by Ratings
for WS-48313, WS-55313, WS-65313 49
for WT-42313 47
Exceptions: 45
V-Chip Hours Menu for
WS-48313, WS-55313 and WS-65313 49
WT-42313 47
Operation 6-2
POP "Live" Image, Selecting 6-2
R
Remote Control Functions
Care 25
Channel Selection 26Operation 25
PIP and POP 29
Overview of the TV Layer Button 24
Sleep Timer 26
Special Functions 2.9
Use with Other Brands of Audio and Video Products 27
Reset Color 50
Reset Factory Defaults, Convergence Menu 54
V-Chip Lock Menu 34, 45-49
Overview 45
Signal Information 45
Start Time, WS-48313, WS-55313, WS-65313
Start "l'ime, WI'-42313 47
Start Time, WS-48313, WS-55313, WS-65313
StopTime WT-42313 47
V-Chip Rating Menu, Selecting 48
Video Mute 54
49
49
Video Settings Description 57
Video Settings 55
Viewpoint Menu System 32
W
S
Wall Outlet Cable, Connecting 14
S-Video
Audio, Connecting 16
Device, Connecting 18
Separate UHF and VHF Antennas, Connecting
Setting Up the V-Chip Lock Passcode 46Setup Menu 33
Set Day Menu 36, 52
Set Time Menu 51
Side Panel Input/Output for WI'-42313 1I
Sleep Timer 26
14
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible
The TV remote control does not work.
Solution
Check that the batteries are installed correctly.
Check that the selected switch is set to "TV".
Be no f_trther than 20 feet from the TV when using the remote control.
The TV takes several seconds to respond to channel
commands.
Press ENTER
after a channel number to avoid delays.
Use the three digit number, i.e 002 for channel 2.
Yon cannot access a channeh
Use number keys instead of CHANNEL
up/dowm
Be sure the channel you want to view is in memory.
Check that the TV is turned to the correct input source for that channel,
by pressing the INPUT button.
Make sure the V-Chip setting is Off(page
On-screen
displays appear each time you change a function.
You cannot program
the TV to turn on automatically.
47).
This is part of normal TV operation.
The TV may be locked.
The clock may not be set.
There is no sound even when the volume is turned up.
Check to see if the MUTE
button is on.
The TV's "Listen to:" setting may be set to SAR
Check that "TV Speakers" setting is On.
You have forgotten
Connected
your lock passcode.
devices do not work correctly when the TV is oft2
PIP does not display a picture.
See Appendix A, Bypassing the V-Chip
Lock (page 63).
Energy Mode has been set to Low. Change to Standard
Make sure the V-Chip setting is Off(page
(page 39).
47).
Not all inputs can be displayed as a PIP (page 22).
The sound does not match the screen picture.
The TV's "Listen to:" setting may be set to SAR
If using stereo or A/V reveiver speakers, check input selection on the
stereo or A/V receiver.
If using stereo or A/V receiver, check that AUDIO
is from MONITOR
OUT on TV's back panel.
There is a large black or gray rectangle on the screen.
The TV closed captioning has been set to "text" mode, but there is no
text information being broadcast. Turn Offin the CAPTIONS
menu
(page 40).
Picture
is out of focus, or colors are not aligned.
Adjust Convergence
• Check the Sharpness
You cannot see a picture when you play a VCR tape.
If you connected
(page 53).
settings (page 57).
your VCR with A/V cables, use the INPUT
select the Input source (INPUT-I,
is connected to.
INPUT-2,
or INPUT-3)
button to
that the VCR
Check your VCRs owner's guide for further troubleshooting.
V-Chip
Lock is not working.
Make sure that V-Chip
is On (page 47).
If V-Chip Hours/Lock
by Time is currently set to disable the V-Chip
lock, the V-Chip will not block programming.
Cannot
set adjustments
t ° factory setting
Follow the steps below to reset system defaults to factory settings.
1. Press the MENU button followed by number buttons 1,2,and 3 on
the remote control.
Result: The above steps activate the Reset System Defaults menu screen
2. Press the ENTER
button on the remote control.
Result : The settings reset to factory defaults.
3. Press the HOME or MENU button on the remote control to return to
the HOME or MENU screeen.
IMPORTANT:
This function is not recommended
unless it is mandatory
to reset system defaults to factory settings. This operation CANNOT
undone and all customs settings will be erased.
74
be
MITSUBISHI
PROJECTION
TELEVISION
LIMITED
WARRANTY
MITSUBISHIDIGITALELECTRONICSAMERICA,INC.(_MDEA")warrantsto the originalpurchaserof thistelevisionthat if purchased
from an authorized
MITSUBISHIAudioNideoDealer,shouldit provedefectiveby reasonof improperworkmanshipand/ormaterial:
a. Parts, The lenticular(i,e,front picture)screenand/orthe DiamondShield is warrantedagainstdefectsin materialsandworkmanship
for a periodof 30 days.
All otherparts arewarrantedfor a periodof oneyearfrom the dateof the original purchaseat retail. We will repairor replace,at our option,any defectivepart
withoutchargefor the part, Partsusedfor replacementmay be replacedwiththoseof like kindand qualityand may be newor remanufactured.Partsusedfor
replacementarewarrantedfor the remainderof the originalwarrantyperiod.
b. Labor.For 30 days afterthe originalpurchaseat retail,we will repairor replace,at ouroption, the lenticularscreen if it provesdefective. For all otherparts,
wewill providethe laborfor a warrantyrepairby an authorizedMITSUBISHIservicecenterwithoutchargefor oneyear from the originaldate of purchaseat
retail.
TM
c. Notice. To obtainwarrantyservice,youmustnotifyanauthorizedMITSUBISHIservicecenterofanydefectwithintheapplicablewarrantytime period.
1. TO OBTAINWARRANTYSERVICE:
a. ContactyournearestauthorizedMITSUBISHIservicecenterwhosenameandaddresscan be obtainedfromyourMITSUBISHIdealeror bywritingorcalling
MDEAat the addressandtelephonenumberprovidedbelow,
b. Warrantyservicewill be providedinyourhomeor, if required,at an authorizedserviceshop,providedthat yourtelevisionis locatedwithinthe geographic
territorycustomarily
coveredbyan authorizedMITSUBISHIservicecenter.If not,you musteither deliveryourtelevisionto anauthorizedservicelocationat
,ourown expense,or payfor any traveland/ortransportationcoststhe servicecentermay chargeto andfromyourhome. Actualservicelaborwill be provided
withoutcharge.
c. Proofof purchasedateftom anauthorizedMITSUBISHIdealerisrequiredwhenrequesting
warrantyservice. Presentyoursalesreceiptor otherdocument
whichestablishes
proofanddateofpurchase.THE RETURNOF THE OWNERREGISTRATION
CARD IS NOTA CONDITIONOF WARRANTYCOVERAGE.
However,pleasereturntheOwnerRegistration
Cardsothat wecancontactyou shoulda questionof safetyarisewhichcouldaffectyou.
2. THISWARRANTYDOESNOTCOVERdamageto DiamondShield, Lenticular
screenor Fresnellens,screenframe,cosmeticdamageor to anyotherproduct
wheresuch damageis causedbyunauthorizedmodification,alteration,repairsto or serviceof the productby anyoneotherthanan authorizedMITSUBISHI
servicecenter;physicalabuseto or misuseof the product(includinganyfailureto carryout anymaintenanceas describedin the Owner'sGuideor anyproduct
damagedby excessivephysicalor electricalstress);any productsthathavehad a serial numberor anypart thereofaltered,defacedor removed;productuse in
any mannercontrary
to the Owner'sGuide(includingunevenpicturetubeagingand imprintedimageson the viewingscreen);freightdamage;or any damage
causedby actsof God or otherfactorsbeyondthe reasonablecontrolof MDEA,suchas powersurge damagecausedby electricalsystemor lightning, This
warrantyalso excludesservicecalls where no defectin the productcoveredunderthis warrantyis found,servicecallsrelatedto unsatisfactoryaudioor visual
receptionor signalunless causeda defectinthe productthatis coveredunderthis warranty,all costs, expensesor any otherdamagesarisingfrom product
installation,or set-ups,any adjustmentsof usercontrols(includingconvergence,contrast,brightness,color,tint, fine tuning,sharpness),otheradjustment
necessaryto preparethe unitfor displayor use, connectionwithany externalaudioreceiver,antenna,cable or satellitesystems,or serviceof products
=urchased
or servicedoutsidethe U.S.A. Pleaseconsultthe operatinginstructionscontainedinthe Owner'sGuidefurnishedwiththe productfor information
regardingusercontrols.
3. ANY EXPRESS WARRANTY NOT PROVIDED HEREIN, AND ANY REMEDY WHICH, BUT FOR THIS PROVISION, MIGHT ARISE BY IMPLICATION
OR OPERATION OF LAW, IS HEREBY EXCLUDED AND DISCLAIMED. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR ANY
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO A TERM OF ONE YEAR.
4. UNDERNO CIRCUMSTANCESSHALLMDEABE LIABLETO PURCHASERORANY OTHERPERSONFORANY INCIDENTAL,SPECIALOR
CONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES,WHETHERARISINGOUTOF BREACHOF WARRANTY,BREACHOF CONTRACT,OR OTHERWISE,
5. Somestatesdo not allowlimitationson howlong an impliedwarrantylasts,or the exclusionor limitationof incidental,specialor consequential
damages,so
the abovelimitationsor exclusionsmaynot applyto you.
6. Thiswarrantygives you specificlegalrights, andyou mayalso haveotherrightswhichvaryfrom stateto state.
7. BEFOREREQUESTINGSERVICE,pleasereviewthe instruction
bookletto insureproperinstallationandcorrectcustomer
control adjustment.If the problem
_ersists,contactyour nearestMITSUBISHIDealerfor the name(s)of authorizedMITSUBISHIServiceCenter(s). If you are unableta obtainthis information,
bleasecall 800-332-2119,or write us at the addressbelow,
MITSUBISHI
MI'I'SUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC.
9351 Jeronimo Read
In/ine, CA 92618-1904
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RETAINTHIS PORTION FORYOUR RECORDS
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MITSUBISHI
THE BIG SCREEN COMPANY
If you have questions
regarding
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