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extended warranty service plans. These plans give additional coverage during the
standard warranty period. Visit our website or call us to purchase a plan.
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mporta st
Safety
sstructions
Your HDTV is designed and manufactured
to operate within defined design limits, and misuse
may result in electric shock or fire. To prevent your HDTV from being damaged, the following
rules should be observed for the installation,
use, and maintenance
of your HDTV. Read the
following safety instructions
before operating your HDTV. Keep these instructions
in a safe place
for future reference.
To reduce the risk of electric shock or component damage, switch off the power before
connecting other components to your HDTV.
Unplug the power cord before cleaning your HDTV. A damp cloth is sufficient for cleaning your
HDTV. Do not use a liquid or a spray cleaner for cleaning your HDTV. Do not use abrasive
cleaners.
Always use the accessories recommended by the manufacturer to insure compatibility.
When moving your HDTV from an area of low temperature to an area of high temperature,
condensation may form in the housing. Wait before turning on your HDTV to avoid causing fire,
electric shock, or component damage.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by manufacturer or sold with your
HDTV. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/HDTV combination to avoid injury
from tip-over. Do not place your HDTV on an unstable cart, stand, or table. If your HDTV falls, it
can injure a person and cause serious damage to your HDTV. Use only a cart or stand
recommended by the manufacturer or sold with your HDTV.
A distance of at least 3 feet should be maintained between your HDTV and any heat source, such
as a radiator, heater, oven, amplifier etc. Do not install your HDTV close to smoke. Operating
your HDTV close to smoke or moisture may cause fire or electric shock.
Slots and openings in the back and bottom of the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To ensure
reliable operation of your HDTV and to protect it from overheating, be sure these openings are
not blocked or covered. Do not place your HDTV in a bookcase or cabinet unless proper
ventilation is provided.
Never push any object into the slots and openings on your HDTV cabinet. Do not place any
objects on the top of your HDTV. Doing so could short circuit parts causing a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquids on your HDTV.
Your HDTV should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the label. If you
are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your dealer or local power
company.
Do not apply pressure or throw objects at your HDTV. This may compromise the integrity of the
display. The manufacturer's warranty does not cover user abuse or improper installations.
The power cord must be replaced when using different voltage than the voltage specified. For
more information, contact your dealer.
Your HDTV is equipped with a three-pronged grounded plug (a plug with a third grounding
pin}. This plug will fit only into a grounded power outlet. This is a safety feature. If
your outlet does not accommodate the three-pronged, have an electrician install
the correct outlet, or use an adapter to ground your HDTV safely. Do not defeat
the safety purpose of the grounded plug.
When connected to a power outlet, power is always flowing into your HDTV. To
totally disconnect power, unplug the power cord.
intended to alert the user to the presence of un-isolated, dangerous
voltage within the inside of your HDTV that may be of
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The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and servicing instructions in the literature
accompanying your HDTV.
Do not overload power strips and extension cords. Overloading can result in fire or electric shock.
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ThewallsocketshouldbeinstallednearyourHDTVandeasilyaccessible.
OnlypowerofthemarkedvoltagecanbeusedforyourHDTV.Anyothervoltagethanthe
specifiedvoltagemaycausefireor electricshock
Donottouchthe powercordduringlightning.Toavoidelectricshock,avoidhandlingthepower
cordduringelectricalstorms.
UnplugyourHDTVduringa lightningstormor whenitwill notbeusedforlongperiodoftime.
ThiswillprotectyourHDTVfromdamagedueto powersurges.
Donotattemptto repairor serviceyourHDTVyourself.Openingor removing
thebackcovermay
exposeyoutohighvoltages,electricshock,andotherhazards.If repairis required,contactyour
dealerandreferallservicingtoqualifiedservicepersonnel.
KeepyourHDTVawayfrommoisture.DonotexposeyourHDTVto rainor moisture.If water
penetrates
intoyourHDTV,unplugthepowercordandcontactyourdealer.Continuous
usein
thiscasemayresultinfireor electricshock.
DonotuseyourHDTVifanyabnormality
occurs.If anysmokeor odorbecomesapparent,unplug
thepowercordandcontactyourdealerimmediately.
Donottryto repairyourHDTVyourself.
Avoidusingdroppedordamagedappliances.
If yourHDTVis droppedandthehousingis
damaged,
theinternalcomponents
mayfunctionabnormally.
Unplugthepowercordimmediately
andcontactyourdealerforrepair.Continued
useofyourHDTVmaycausefireor electricshock.
DonotinstallyourHDTVin anareawithheavydustor highhumidity.Operating
yourHDTVin
environments
withheavydustor highhumiditymaycausefireor electricshock.
Followinstructions
formovingyourHDTV.Ensurethatthepowercordandanyothercablesare
unplugged
beforemovingyourHDTV.
Whenunplugging
yourHDTV,holdthepowerplug,notthecord.Pullingonthepowercordmay
damagethewiresinsidethecordandcausefireor electricshock.WhenyourHDTVwillnotbe
usedforanextendedperiodoftime,unplugthepowercord.
Toreduceriskofelectricshock,donottouchtheconnector
withwethands.
Insertbatteriesinaccordance
withinstructions.
Incorrectpolarities
maycausethe batteries
to
leakwhichcandamagetheremotecontrolor injuretheoperator.
If anyofthefollowingoccurs,contactthedealer:
o Thepowercordfailsorfrays.
o Liquidspraysor anyobjectdropsintoyourHDTV.
o YourHDTVis exposedto rainor othermoisture.
o YourHDTVis droppedor damagedinanyway.
o Theperformance
ofyourHDTVchangessubstantially.
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Te ÷vision Antenna Connection
External
Television
Antenna
Protection
Grounding
If an outside antenna/satellite dish or cable system is to be connected to the TV, make sure that the
antenna or cable system is electrically grounded to provide some protection against voltage surges and
static charges.
Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPSA 70, provides information with regard to proper
grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge
unit, size of the grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements of the grounding electrode.
Lightning
Protection
GROUND CLAMP
For added protection of the TV during
a lightning storm or when it is left
unattended or unused for long periods
of time, unplug the TV from the wall
outlet and disconnect the antenna or
cable system.
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NECSECTION
810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NECSECTION
810-21)
Power Lines
Do not locate the antenna near
overhead light or power circuits, or
where it could fall into such power
lines or circuits.
Remember, the screen
installation.
GROUND CLAMPS
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ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
of the coaxial cable is intended
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POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NECART25& PAeTH)
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Advisory
of the D TV Transitions
The nationwide switch to digital television broadcasting will be complete on June 12, 2009, but your local
television stations may switch sooner. After the switch, analog-only television sets that receive TV
programming through an antenna will need a converter box to continue to receive over-the-air TV. Watch
your local stations to find out when they will turn off their analog signal and switch to digital-only
broadcasting. Analog-only TVs should continue to work as before to receive low power, Class A or
translator television stations and with cable and satellite TV services, gaming consoles, VCRs, DVD
players, and similar products.
For additional information, please contact the parties listed below, as appropriate:
FCC (US Federal Communications
Commission)
http://www.fcc.gov/
Phone:
1-888-CALL-FCC
TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC
Fax: 1-866-418-0232
(1-888-225-5322)
(1-888-835-5322)
E-mail: fccinfo@fcc.gov
NTIA (National Telecommunications
and Information Administration)
http://www.ntia.doc.gov/
1-888-DTV-2009
Listings of US Television Stations
http://www.high-techproductions.com/usTVstations.htm
Note: Your VIZIO HDTV is capable of receiving Digital Broadcasts,
required.
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Important Safety Instructions .....................................................................................................................
Television Antenna Connection Protection ...............................................................................................
Advisory of the DTV Transition ..................................................................................................................
TV Setup and Stand Assembly ...............................................................................................................
Setting Up Your HDTV ............................................................................................................................
Wall Mounting your HDTV .......................................................................................................................
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Front Panel ..............................................................................................................................................
Side Panel Controls .................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Connections ..........................................................................................................................
VIZIO Remote Control ............................................................................................................................
Quick Menu Operation .........................................................................................................................
Insertion of Batteries in the Remote Control ........................................................................................
Remote Control Range ........................................................................................................................
VIZIO Remote Control Precautions .....................................................................................................
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Which Video Connection Should I Use? .................................................................................................
Connecting Your Cable or Satellite Box ..................................................................................................
Using HDMI (Best) ..............................................................................................................................
HDMI Connections for Cable or Satellite Boxes with DVI ...................................................................
Using Component Video (Better) .........................................................................................................
Using S-Video (Compatible) ................................................................................................................
Using Composite Video (Compatible) ..................................................................................................
Using Coaxial (Antenna) (Compatible) ................................................................................................
Connecting Coaxial (RF) .........................................................................................................................
Using Your Antenna or Digital Cable for Standard TV or Digital TV ...................................................
Using the Antenna or Cable through Your VCR ..................................................................................
Connecting Your DVD Player ..................................................................................................................
Using HDMI (Best) ..............................................................................................................................
HDMI Connections for DVD Players with DVI .....................................................................................
Using Component Video (Better) .........................................................................................................
Using S-Video (Compatible) ................................................................................................................
Using Composite (AV)Video (Compatible) .........................................................................................
Connecting Your VCR or Video Camera .................................................................................................
Connecting an External Receiver/Amp ...................................................................................................
Optical Output of audio received with HD Programs ...............................................................................
Connecting a Computer ...........................................................................................................................
Preset PC Resolutions .........................................................................................................................
Resolution through RGB Input .............................................................................................................
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Supported File Formats ...........................................................................................................................
Viewing Multimedia Content ....................................................................................................................
Picture Settings .......................................................................................................................................
Slideshow Mode ..................................................................................................................................
Slideshow with Music ...........................................................................................................................
Music file browser ................................................................................................................................
Audio Mode .........................................................................................................................................
Repeat .................................................................................................................................................
Sort By ................................................................................................................................................
Duration ...............................................................................................................................................
Slideshow Effect .................................................................................................................................
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Info......................................................................................................................................................
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MusicSettings.........................................................................................................................................
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SortBy................................................................................................................................................
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PlayMode............................................................................................................................................
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Repeat.................................................................................................................................................
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AudioMode.........................................................................................................................................
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Info......................................................................................................................................................
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VideoSettings........................................................................................................................................
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SortBy................................................................................................................................................
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PlayMode............................................................................................................................................
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Repeat.................................................................................................................................................
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PictureMode.......................................................................................................................................
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WideFormat........................................................................................................................................
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AudioMode.........................................................................................................................................
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Info......................................................................................................................................................
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SetupWizard..........................................................................................................................................
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SelectInputSource.................................................................................................................................
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FineTuningthepicture
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Watchinga TVProgram
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AdjustingBasicHDTVSettings...............................................................................................................
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ProgramInformation
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UsingtheOnScreenDisplay(OSD).......................................................................................................
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PictureMenu...........................................................................................................................................
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PictureMode.......................................................................................................................................
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Backlight.............................................................................................................................................
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Brightness
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Contrast...............................................................................................................................................
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Tint......................................................................................................................................................
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Sharpness
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AdvancedVideo..................................................................................................................................
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ResetPictureMode.............................................................................................................................
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AudioMenu.............................................................................................................................................
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AudioMode.........................................................................................................................................
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Equalizer
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Balance...............................................................................................................................................
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DigitalAudioOut..................................................................................................................................
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Speakers
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LipSync..............................................................................................................................................
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ResetAudioMode...............................................................................................................................
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SkipChannel
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TimeZone...........................................................................................................................................
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SetupMenu.............................................................................................................................................
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Language
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PIP......................................................................................................................................................
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CECMenu..........................................................................................................................................
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SleepTimer..........................................................................................................................................
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Wide....................................................................................................................................................
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InputNaming
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CC(ClosedCaption)
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H/VPosition.........................................................................................................................................
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SystemInfo.........................................................................................................................................
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SystemReset......................................................................................................................................
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Understanding
ViewingFeatures
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ViewingModes.......................................................................................................................................
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Programming for VCR ..........................................................................................................................
Programming for Cable Set-Top Box ...................................................................................................
Programming for DVD Player ..............................................................................................................
Searching for Component Codes ........................................................................................................
Using a Cable or Satellite Remote ..........................................................................................................
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Maintenance ............................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Guide ...........................................................................................................................
Telephone & Technical Support ..............................................................................................................
Compliance .............................................................................................................................................
FCC Class B Radio Interference Statement ...........................................................................................
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Remote Control Codes ........................................................................................................................
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Opening
the Package
Your HDTV and its accompanying accessories are carefully packed in a cardboard carton that has been
designed to protect it from transportation damage. Once you have opened the carton, check that your
HDTV is in good condition and that all of the contents are included.
The screen can easily be scratched or broken, so handle your HDTV gently and never place your HDTV
with the screen facing downwards on a surface without protective padding.
IMPORTANT:
Save the carton and packing material for future shipping.
Package
Contents
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Stand with thumb screw (attached)
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VlZlO remote control VUR9M
AAA batteries for remote control (2)
Power cord
Cleaning Cloth
This user manual
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Quick Setup Guide
Registration Card
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certified
accessories
for your ND""'['Vare sold
Wall mounts
High Definition cables
Extra or replacement remote control
VlZlO also offers installation services and extended warranty services for your HDTV.
To purchase or inquire about additional accessories and services for your VIZIO HDTV, visit our web site
at www.VIZIO.com or call us toll free at 888-VIZIOCE (888-849-4623)
Caution;
Do not apply pressure or throw objects at your HDTV. This may compromise the
integrity of the display. The manufacturer's
warranty does not cover user abuse or improper
installations.
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TV Setup and Stand Assembly
To unpack
tllhe TV and stand base:
1.
Remove the remote control, batteries, and power cord from the foam end caps.
2.
3.
Remove the top foam end caps.
Remove the stand base and the thumb screw.
4.
Remove the TV from the box and lay it face down on a clean, flat surface.
Note: Make sure that the surface is free of debris to prevent the TV screen from getting scratched.
To attaclh the TV stand base:
1.
Push the stand base onto the stand neck (already connected to TV).
2.
On the bottom of the base, insert the thumb screw and tighten. Move the TV into an upright
position.
Stand neck
Stand base
Thumb screw
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Setti ng Up Your HD 'V
Read this user manual carefully before installing your HDTV.
The power consumption of your HDTV is about 98W (AVG) for the SV320XVT; 125W (AVG) for
the SV370XVT. Use the included power cord. When an extension cord is required, use one with
the correct power rating. The cord must be grounded and the grounding feature must not be
compromised.
Your HDTV should be installed on a fiat surface to avoid tipping.
For proper ventilation, you must allow space between the back of your HDTV and the wall.
If you want to mount your HDTV on the wall, see below for additional information.
Avoid installing your HDTV in places with high humidity, dust, or smoke so you do not shorten the
service life of the electronic components.
Install your HDTV in a level, landscape orientation, with the VIZIO logo at the bottom to prevent
poor ventilation and excessive component damage.
VlZlO offers professional installation services. Contact VlZlO for more information on these services at
888-VlZlOCE (888-849-4623) or www.VlZlO.com.
Mounting
your
N©TV
Your HDTV can be mounted on the wall for viewing. If
you choose to mount your HDTV on the wall, follow
the instructions below.
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Remove the stand base and neck:
a. Disconnect the cables from your HDTV.
b. Place your HDTV face down on a soft, flat
surface to prevent damage to the screen.
c. Remove the six screws and pull off base.
Note: To remove the base from the neck, unscrew
thumbscrew on bottom.
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Mount your HDTV on the wall:
a. Attach your HDTV to a wall mount (sold
separately) using the mounting holes in
the back panel of your HDTV.
b. Read the instructions that came with your
specific wall mount to properly hang your
HDTV.
Not_: Use M6 x 20mm 1.0 pitch screws in two upper
holes, M6 x 14mm in two lower holes.
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Chapter
Front
I Basic Controls
and Connections
Pane_
POWER 'VlZIO' LIGHT- The VIZIO name lights white
when powered on and orange when powered off.
REMOTE CONTROL SENSOR - Point the remote control
directly at this window for the best response to the remote
signal.
Side Pan÷_ Controls
Right side
POWER/Jog Wheel ((_)
- Switch the HDTV on by pressing the button
once. Press the button again to turn the HDTV off.
Left side
Multimedia Port - Insert a FAT/FAT32
pictures, listen to music, or watch movies.
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USB drive to view
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Rear Pane
Connections
1.
HDMI 1 & 2 - Connect digital video devices such as DVD multimedia players or set top box
through these all digital connectors.
2.
RGB PC - Connect the video and audio from a computer here. A cable with a 1/8" mini plug
stereo connector at the end connecting to the TV is needed if sound is also transmitted with this
signal.
3.
S-VlDEO/AV - Connect composite or S-Video video devices, such as a VCR or video game.
Use the white and red connectors to connect the external audio from the same source.
4.
DTV/TV - Connect to an antenna or digital cable (no Cable Box) for Digital TV. For digital TV
stations in your area visit www.antennaweb.org.
AUDIO OUT-
5.
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(OPTICAL) When digital TV is selected for viewing, the audio associated with the
programming will be available on the SPDIF Optical connector for connection to your
home theater system.
b.
(ANALOG L/R) Connect the audio from the HDTV to an external device, such as a home
theater system, external amplifier or stereo. Speakers can not be connected directly here.
HDMI 3 - Connect another digital video device such as a DVD multimedia player or set top box
through this all digital connector. For users who want to connect to a DVI enabled device, use a
DVI-HDMI cable and connect the analog audio output of the device to the L+R AUDIO here.
Your VIZIO Certified HDMI and HDMI-DVI cables are available for purchase from
www.VIZIO.com or by calling 888-VIZIOCE (888-849-4623).
COMPONENT (YPb/CbPr/Cr with Audio L/R) - Connect component video devices such as a
DVD Player or set top box here.
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Remote
Contro
POWER ( C,_ ) _ Press this button to turn the TV on from the Standby
mode. Press it again to return to the Standby mode.
SET - This button starts all programming of the Remote Control.
HDMI - Press this button to select the HDMI input. By pressing
repeatedly you will go through all HDMI inputs in sequence.
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COMP - Press this button to select Component input.
AV - Press this button to select AV (either Composite or S-Video) input.
TV - Press this button to select TV.
PIP - Pressing this button will activate the picture-in-picture feature. The
screen will display the sub-screen in the corner over the main screen.
Pressing it again will display the POP (Picture Outside Picture) option.
P.SIZE - Repeatedly press this button to set the size of the PIP screen to
small, medium, or large.
P.INPUT - Press the button to choose the input source for the PIP screen.
P.CH - Press this button to change the channels in the PIP screen when
TV is selected as PIP input.
WIDE - This button cycles through the available screen formats. The
options are Zoom1, Zoom2, Stretch, Panoramic, Full, and Normal
(depending on input selected).
FREEZE - Press this button to "Freeze-Frame" the current screen. Press
this button again to continue playing.
MTS - This button will select the MTS options of Stereo, SAP or Mono in
standard TV mode and alternate audio channels, where available, in DTV
mode.
SWAP - While in PIP/POP mode; pressing SWAP will switch the displays
from the main screen to the sub-screen or vice versa.
MODE - Use this button to change the picture mode from Custom,
Standard, Movie, Game, Vivid, Football, Golf, Basketball, and Baseball.
INFO - This button displays the image and system information display.
P.AUDIO - Press this button to switch the audio from the main screen to
the sub-screen while in PIP or POP mode.
CC - This button will select the Closed Caption mode.
DVD - This button selects a programmed DVD player.
AUDIO - This button selects a programmed Audio Receiver/Amp/Home
Theater System.
CABLE - This button selects a programmed
satellite TV set-top box.
TV - This button has been pre-programmed
the VIZIO HDTV.
cable TV set-top box or a
to select the codes to operate
MENU - Use this button for the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu. When it
is used within a menu selection, pressing this button will return to the
previous selection or exit the menu.
EXIT - Press this button to exit from the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu
OK - Use this button for the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu. Press it to
confirm or choose a highlighted menu selection. In Multi Media mode,
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press this button to select folders and files and to play/pause a slideshow, playing music, or movies.
• • _1 • -These buttons are used to navigate the OSD menu. They will also be used as value settings
when the slide bar is shown on the screen and option settings to turn a feature off or on.
GUIDE - This button displays program information. Note: This function is only available on DTV.
LAST - This button recalls the previously viewed channel. If the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu is being
used, this button will allow you to get back to previous menu screen or out to your program when you
press it repeatedly.
MEDIA - Press this button to view pictures, listen to music, or watch movies on a USB drive connected to
the Multi Media port on the side of the HDTV.
VOL +/- - This button turns the volume up or down.
CH A/T - This button changes the channels up or down.
MUTE - This button turns the sound on and off.
NUMBER BUTTON PAD - Use these buttons to select a channel or enter a password.
INPUT - This button allows the user to cycle through the inputs. Repeatedly pressing this button will step
you through the input sources in the following sequence: TV, AV, Component, RGB, HDMI1, HDMI2, and
HDMI3. Once you have stepped through the entire
sequence, you will return to the beginning.
- (DASH) - When selecting a digital channel directly,
use this button between the main and sub-channels.
For example, channel 28-2 would be selected by the
button sequence 2, 8, DASH, 2.
Quick Menu Operation
Standby/Power
on
By pressing the Power button, VlZIO logo turns to
white to indicate power on. To turn off the HDTV,
press this button again.
Note: When the Quick Menu is not displayed,
pressing this button turns the HDTV On or Off.
Menu operation
Rotate the Jog Wheel Left or Right to activate the
QUICK MENU, then rotate Left or Right to select
one of the functions:
Volume
adjustment
Rotate the Jog Wheel Left or Right to
select Volume and press in on the
button. Rotate the Jog Wheel Left or
Right to increase or decrease volume.
Channel
selection
Rotate the Jog Wheel Left or Right to select Channel and press in on the button. A Channel
list will appear. Select a channel by rotating the Jog Wheel Left or Right, then press in on the
button to confirm the channel selection.
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Input Source
Rotate the Jog Wheel Left or Right to select Input and press in on the button. Rotate the Jog
Wheel Left or Right to cycle through the input sources by the following sequence: TV, AV(Svideo or Composite), COMPONENT, RGB ,HDMI1 , HDMI2, HDMI3. Press in on the button
to confirm the channel selection.
Exit
Rotate the Jog Wheel Left or Right to select Exit. Press in on the button to exit the Quick
Menu.
Power Off
Rotate the Jog Wheel Left or Right to select Power Off and Press in to turn off the HDTV.
Note: When the Quick Menu is displayed and no selection is made within three seconds, the menu will
exit automatically.
Insertion
of Batteries
in the Remote
Control
Insert two AAA batteries into the remote control. Make sure that you match the (+) and (-) symbols on the
batteries with the (+) and (-) symbols inside the battery compartment. Re-attach the battery cover.
Precautionary Tips for Inserting the Batteries:
•
Only use the specified AAA batteries.
•
Do not mix new and old batteries. This may result in cracking or
leakage that may pose a fire risk or lead to personal injury.
•
Inserting the batteries incorrectly may also result in cracking or
leakage that may pose a fire risk or lead to personal injury.
•
Dispose of the batteries
regulations.
•
Keep the batteries away from children and pets.
Remote
Control
in accordance
with local laws and
Range
Point the remote control at the remote control sensor to transmit the commands.
Do not place any obstacles between the remote control and the receiver window.
The effective range of the remote control is approximately
receiver window, 30 ° to the left and right, 20 ° up and down.
VIZIO Remote
Control
30 feet (10 meters) from the front of the
Precautions
The remote control should be kept dry and away from heat sources. Avoid humidity.
If the TV responds erratically to the remote control or does not respond at all, check the batteries. If the
batteries are low or exhausted, replace them with fresh batteries.
When not using the remote control for a long period of time, remove the batteries.
Do not take the batteries apart, heat them, or throw them into a fire.
Do not subject the remote control to undue physical stress, such as striking or dropping it.
Do not attempt to clean the remote control with a volatile solvent. Wipe it with a clean, damp cloth.
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ctiiiiingEquiiiiipm@nt
Which Video Connection
Should
_ Use?
The VIZIO HDTV has six different ways to connect your video equipment from a basic connection to the
most advanced for digital displays.
HDMI provides an interface between any audio/video source, such as
a set-top box, DVD player, or A/V receiver and a digital television
(DTV), over a single cable.
Best
(digital)
HDMI
Best
(digital)
Connect a digital or analog antenna cable or coaxial cable to watch TV
programming.
Compatible
(analog)
Best
RGB PC (VGA) - This is most commonly used for PC input.
(analog)
Y
Better
(analog)
Compatible
®®
Pb
L
Pr
R
Component
Component video provides a sharper image than
composite video and S-video because the three video signals are
transmitted via three separate channels.
S-Video (AV) - Combining the three video signals into two channels,
S-Video provides a sharper image than Composite video, but is not as
good as Component video.
(analog)
Composite (AV) - All three video signals are combined into one
channel, thus making the image less sharp than Component or
S-Video.
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Connecting
Your Cab ÷ or Satellite
Box
You have four options for connecting your cable or satellite box to your HDTV: HDMI, Component,
Composite, or Coax (RF). Based on your home theater configuration, you can decide which option is the
right one for you. Refer to your set-top box user manual for more information about the video output
requirements or consult your cable or satellite operator.
Using HDMI (Best)
Cable and Satellite Boxes that have a HDMI digital interface should be connected to the HDMI input of
the HDTV for optimal results.
Noto: To maintain the display quality, use a VIZIO certified HDMI cable. Length is available up to 10
meters. See www.vizio.com or call 1-888-VIZIOCE (1-888-849-4623) for details.
1.
Turn off the power to the HDTV and HDTV Set-Top Box.
2.
Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI output of your HDTV Set-Top Box and the other end to the
i-iDMI 1 input at the rear of the HDTV.
3.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and HDTV Set-Top Box.
4.
Select HDMI 1 using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the i-iDMI
button on the remote control.
The HDMI input on the HDTV supports High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP).
HDCP encrypts the transmission between the video source and the digital display for added
security and protection.
If you are already using the HDMI1 input for another device, or you do not want to use the HDMI1
input for the Set-Top Box, you can connect the Set-Top Box to another HDMI connection.
Refer to your HDTV Set-Top Box user manual for more information
requirements of the product or consult your cable or satellite operator.
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HDMI Connections
for Cable
or Satellite
Boxes with DVI
L
,
2.
,
,
5.
R
Turn off the power to the HDTV and HDTV Set-Top Box.
Using a HDMI-DVI cable, connect the DVI end to your HDTV Set-Top Box and the HDMI end
to the I-IDMI 3 input at the rear of the HDTV.
Using an audio cable, connect the cable to the audio output connectors associated with the
DVI output on your HDTV Set-Top Box and connect the other end to the audio connectors
associated with the HDMI input at the rear of the HDTV.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and HDTV Set-Top Box.
Select HDMI 3 using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the
HDMI button on the remote control.
The HDMI input on the HDTV supports High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP).
HDCP encrypts the transmission between the video source and the digital display for added
security and protection.
Refer to your HDTV Set-Top Box user manual for more information
requirements of the product or consult your cable or satellite operator.
Using Component
Video
(Better)
--
Y
Pb/Cb
about the video output
Pr/Cr
AUDIO
L
-R
COMPONENT
Y
Pb
Pr
L
,
2.
3.
4.
5.
R
Turn off your HDTV and set-top box.
Connect the component cables (green, blue, and red) from your set-top box to the
COMPONENT jacks on the back of your HDTV.
Connect the audio cables (white and red) from your set-top box to the adjacent
COMPONENT L and R Audio jacks on the back of your HDTV.
Turn on your HDTV and set-top box.
Press COMP on the remote control to view the content.
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Using S-Video
(Compatible)
F
L
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn off your HDTV and set-top box.
Connect the S-VIDEO cable from your set-top box to the S-VIDEO jack on the back of your HDTV.
Connect the audio cables (white and red) on your set-top box to the corresponding L and R
AUDIO jacks on the back of your HDTV.
Turn on your HDTV and set-top box.
Press AV on the remote control to view the content.
Using Composite
Video
(Compatible)
VIDEO
,
2.
3.
4.
5.
R
L
Turn off your HDTV and set-top box.
Connect the video cable (yellow) from your set-top box to the AV jack (yellow) on the back of your
HDTV.
Connect the audio cables (white and red) on your set-top box to the corresponding L and R
AUDIO jacks on the back of your HDTV.
Turn on your HDTV and set-top box.
Press AV on the remote control to view the content.
Using Coaxial
(Antenna)
(Compatible)
COAXIAL
,
2.
,
4.
Turn off the power to the HDTV.
Connect the coaxial (RF) connector from your antenna
CABLE/ANTENNA
connector at the rear of the HDTV.
or digital cable to the DTV/TV
Turn on the power to the HDTV.
Select TV using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the TV button
on the remote control.
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Using
Coaxia
Your Antenna
(RF}
or Digital
Cable for Standard
TV or Digital
TV
COAXIAL
1.
Turn off the power to the HDTV.
2.
Connect the coaxial (RF) connector from your antenna
CABLE/ANTENNA
connector at the rear of the HDTV
3.
Turn on the power to the HDTV.
4.
Select TV using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the TV button
on the remote control.
Using
the Antenna
or Cable
through
or
cable
to
the
DTV/TV
Your VCR
COAXIAL
,
2.
,
4.
Turn off the power to the HDTV and VCR.
Connect the "Output to TV", "RF Out" or "Antenna Out" connector on the rear of your VCR to
the DTV/TV CABLE/ANTENNA
connector at the rear of the HDTV.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and VCR.
Select TV using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the TV button
on the remote control.
Note: If you have an off-air antenna or cable TV, connect it to the "Antenna In" connector on the rear of
your VCR.
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Co,Ls,lsecting Your DVD P ayer
You have several options for connecting your DVD player to your HDTV: HDMI, Component, S-Video and
Composite (AV) inputs. Based on your home theater configuration, you can decide which option is the
right one for you.
Using HDMI (Best)
For optimal results, DVD players that have a digital interface such as HDMI should be connected to the
HDMI input on your HDTV.
1.
Turn off your HDTV and DVD player.
2.
Connect a HDMI cable to the HDMI output of your DVD player and the other end to the HDMI
1 input at the rear of the HDTV.
3.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and your DVD player.
4.
Select HDMI 1 using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the
HDMI button on the remote control.
Note: If HDMI 1 is being used, connect to another HDMI port instead.
HDMI Connections
for DVD Players with DVI
L
,
2.
,
,
5.
R
Turn off your HDTV and DVD player.
Using a HDMI-DVI cable, connect the DVI end to your DVD player and the HDMI end to the
HDMI 3 Input at the rear of the HDTV.
Connect the audio cables (white and red) from the DVI audio output jacks on the DVD player
to the adjacent HDMI 3 L and R AUDIO jacks on the back of your HDTV.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and your DVD player.
Select HDMI 3 using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the
HDMI button on the remote control.
Note: To maintain the display quality, use a VlZlO certified HDMI cable. Length is available up to 10
meters. See www.VIZIO.com or call 1-888-VIZIOCE (1-888-849-4623) for details.
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Video
(Better)
--
Y
Pb/Cb
Pr/Cr
AUDIO
L
COMPONENT
,
m
-R
Y
F
Pb
Pr
Turn off the power to the HDTV and DVD player.
2.
Connect the component cable (green,
COMPONENT jacks on the back.
3.
Connect the audio cables (white and red) from your DVD player to the COMPONENT
R AUDIO jacks on the back.
4.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and DVD player.
5.
Select Component using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the
COMP button on the remote control.
Using S-Video
blue, and red) from your
player to the
L and
(Compatible)
L
,
DVD
R
Turn off the power to the HDTV and DVD player.
2.
Connect the S-VIDEO cable from your DVD player to the S-VIDEO jack on the back of your
HDTV.
,
Using an audio cable, connect the cable to the audio output connectors associated with the
S-Video output on your DVD player and connect the other end to the audio connectors
associated with the AV input at the rear of the HDTV.
,
Turn on the power to the HDTV and DVD player.
5.
Select AV using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the AV
button on the remote control.
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Using
Composite
(AV) Video
(Compatible)
VIDEO
,
L
Turn off the power to the HDTV and DVD player.
2.
Connect the Video cable (yellow) from your DVD player to the S-VlDEO/AV jack on the back
of your HDTV.
3.
Connect the audio cables (white and red) on your DVD player to the S-VlDEO/AV
AUDIO jacks on the back of your HDTV.
4.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and DVD Player.
5.
Select AV using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the AV
button on the remote control.
Connecting
Your VCR or Video Camera
L
,
2.
,
,
5.
L and R
R
Turn off the power to the HDTV and VCR or Video Camera.
Connect the S-VIDEO cable from your VCR or video camera to the S-VIDEO jack on the
back of your HDTV.
Connect the audio cables on your set-top box to the corresponding L and R AUDIO jacks on
the back of your HDTV.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and VCR or Video Camera.
Select AV using the INPUT button on the remote control, or directly by pressing the AV
button on the remote control.
Note: Refer to your VCR or Video Camera user manual for more information
requirements of the product.
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Receiver/Amp
OPTICAL
L
R
AUDIO OUT
Turn off the power to the HDTV and Receiver/Amp.
,
2.
Using an audio cable (white and red connectors), connect the
cable to the audio input connectors on the Receiver/Amp and
connect the other end to the AUDIO OUT audio connectors at the
rear of the HDTV.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and Receiver/Amp.
,
4.
Then press the MENU button on the remote control to open the
On-Screen Display (OSD) menu.
,
Press • on the remote control to highlight the Audio menu, then
press OK to select.
6.
Press • on the remote control to select SPEAKERS.
7.
Press • on the remote control to select OFF so the sound from
the HDTV will be routed through your Receiver/Amp system.
Note:
Refer to your Receiver/Amp user manual to select the corresponding audio input.
The audio output is not amplified and cannot be connected directly to external speakers.
Optica
Output
of audio received
If your sound system has a SPDIF (optical) digital audio input you can
connect it to the OPTICAL digital audio out at the rear of the HDTV. This
is active when receiving audio with the programs being viewed no matter
what input is being used.
OPTICAL
L
with ND Programs
R
SPDtF
(OPTICAL)
AUDIO OUT
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Connecting
,
a Computer
Turn off the power to the HDTV and Computer.
2.
Connect the VGA cable from your computer to the RGB PC jack on the back of your HDTV.
3.
Connect the 1/8-inch audio cable from your computer to the RGB PC Audio jack on the back
of your HDTV. This step is optional and only needed if you want to transmit audio from the
Computer through the TV.
,
5.
Turn on the power to the HDTV and Computer.
Select RGB using the INPUT button on the remote control.
For a better picture quality when connecting a PC computer through RGB PC, set your PC
computer timing mode to VESA 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz.
Refer to your PC computer user manual for more information about the video output requirements
of the product.
A RGB (VGA) cable and stereo mini jack cable are not included and can be purchased at an
electronics store.
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Preset
PC Resolutions
If connecting to a PC through the RGB PC input, set the TV timing mode to VESA 1920x1080 at 60Hz for
better picture quality (refer to the graphic card's user guide for questions on how to set this timing mode).
See the table below for the factory preset resolutions. Also see Resolution through RGB Input chart below
for the best resolution available through RGB PC input when video card supports 1920x1080 resolution.
1
640 x 480
60
31.469
59.941
N
N
25.175
Windows
2
640 x 480
75
37.500
75.000
N
N
31.500
Windows
3
800 x 600
60
37.879
60.317
P
P
40.000
Windows
4
800 x 600
72
48.077
72.188
P
P
50.000
Windows
5
800 x 600
75
46.875
75.000
P
P
49.500
Windows
6
1024 x 768
60
48.363
60.004
N
N
65.000
Windows
7
1024 x 768
70
56.476
70.069
N
N
75.000
Windows
8
1024 x 768
75
60.023
75.029
P
P
78.750
Windows
9
720 x 400
70
31.469
70.087
N
P
28.322
DOS
10
© 1920 x 1080
60
66.587
59.934
P
N
138.50
Windows
Note: P: positive, N: negative, @: Primary mode
Resolution
through
RGB Input
If your PC supports VESA Reduced Blanking timing via the VGA card drive program (usually offered by
the VGA Card Manufacturer), your TV set is equipped to have the 1920 x 1080 resolution display through
this connection using the following timing 138.5MHz. The following parameters are often the values
required by the software or programs to set up the display:
Address
1920
1080
Front Porch
48
3
Sync Width
32
5
Back Porch
8O
23
2080
1111
66.587 kHz
58.934 Hz
P
N
Total
Frequency
Sync Polarity
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Refresh Rate (Hz)
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Chapter
3 Using the Media Port
With the Multimedia Viewer you can enjoy digital content such as photos, music, and movies on your
HDTV using a USB flash drive connected to the Media Port on the left-hand side of the TV.
USB drives that are USB 2.0 and FAT or FAT32 are supported but the Media Port does not support hard
drives or USB hubs.
If your USB drive is oversized and does not physically fit in the Media Port, use a USB extension cable.
Connect one end of the cable to your USB drive and the other end to the Media Port.
Audio:
.mp3
Image: .jpg, .jpeg (up to 17,000 x 10,000 pixels)
Readable
Data Format
FAT and FAT32
Maximum
folder
depth
Folders can be up to 20 levels deep• The first folder on the drive is Level 1. A folder
within that folder is Level 2, a folder within that folder is Level 3, etc.
Limits
The Multimedia Viewer wilt show the first 1000 folders and 1000 files in the list
Display
Supported
File Formats
The following are the supported file formats that can be played on your HDTV. Media server content
protected by digital rights management such as WMDRM10 (Windows Media Digital Rights Management
10), may not play.
•avi
H.264/AVC
.mp4
MPEG 4 ASP
.asf
.wmv
WMV7 (WMV1)
WMV8 (WMV2)
VC-1/WMV9
(WMV3/WVC1)
.mov
H.264/AVC
AAC
Up to 1920 x 1080
MPEG2
AC3
Up to 1920 x 1080
MPEG2
AC3
Up to 1920 x 1080
.mpg
AAC
WMA7(V1 )
WMA8(V2)
.mpeg
.vob
Up to 1280 x 720
Up to 1920 x 1080
Note: Even the supported format files listed above may or may not play properly or completely, depending
on the USB device, bit rate stream and other content characteristics, as well as other factors.
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Multimedia
Co ste st
1.
Insert a USB device with digital content such as photos, music, and movies into the Media Port
on the left-hand side of your HDTV. If a USB device is already connected, press the MEDIA
button on the remote control. A message will appear asking if you want to play multimedia
content.
2.
Press _1 or • to highlight OK,
and then press OK to select it.
3.
Press _1 or • to highlight the
folder that contains the
content you want to see or
hear, and then press OK to
select it. A sub-menu will be
displayed, showing the folders
and files that are on your USB
device.
4.
Press _1 or • to highlight the
folder or file you want to play,
and then press OK to select it.
The file will being playing.
5.
While playing videos or music,
fast forward or fast reverse by
pressing _1 or •.
a.
Press _1 or • to
increase the playback
speed forward or
reverse 2X. The
display at the bottom
will show _
6.
or _.
b.
Press _1 or • again
to increase the
playback speed
forward or reverse 4X,
8X, 16X, or 32X. The
display at the bottom
will show_ or_.
c.
Press _1 or • again
to resume normal
playback.
When finished, press EXIT
once to return to the previous
screen or repeatedly to return
to the main menu.
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Picture
Settings
When viewing pictures you can adjust various settings, including slideshow, picture duration, etc.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Insert
Press
Press
adjust
Press
Slideshow
a USB device and select the Picture Folder.
the MENU button on the remote control. The Picture menu will be displayed.
• or • on the remote control to highlight Picture menu option, and then press _1 or • to
the setting.
the MENU button once to close the menu.
Mode
Choose from Shuffle, Single, and Sequence to set the slideshow mode. Single will show all of the pictures
once and stop the slideshow after displaying the last picture, Sequence will show your pictures in the
order they are listed on your USB device until you stop the slideshow, and Shuffle will show your pictures
in random order until you stop the slideshow.
Press OK to begin the slideshow. Press EXIT to stop the slideshow.
Slideshow
with Music
Choose from Off, Single, Sequence, and Shuffle to set the slideshow
music mode. The music will automatically stop when the slideshow stops.
with
Press OK to begin the slideshow. Press EXIT to stop the slideshow.
Music file browser
Select the slideshow music. Press OK to browse for music on your USB device
that you want playing during the slideshow. The Slideshow with Music option
above must be set to Single, Sequence, and Shuffle for this option to work.
Audio
Mode
Choose from Flat, Rock, Pop, Classic, or Jazz to adjust the overall quality of
the audio being played during the slideshow. Press OK to enter the Audio sub
menus for additional adjustments to audio. See Audio Menu adjustment on
page 42. Turn SRS TruVolume Off when listening to music.
Repeat
Choose from On or Off to repeat the slideshow.
Sort By
You can choose to sort the pictures on the USB device by Photo Date, File
Date, or alphabetically (File A-Z).
Duration
Set the amount of time the picture will remain on the screen during the slideshow. Choose a time
between 5 seconds and 32 seconds.
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ChoosefromRandom,Dissolve,WipeRight,WipeLeft,WipeUp,WipeDown,BoxIn,or BoxOutto set
thetransitiontypewhenchangingfromonepicturetoanotherduringa slideshow.
Thumbnail
Size
Set the size of the preview pictures (thumbnails) in the menu. Choose from Small, Medium, or Large.
Info
When set to on, information about the picture briefly appears on the TV.
Music Settings
When listening to music you can adjust various settings, including selecting an audio mode, choosing
repeat options, etc.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Insert a USB device and select the Music Folder.
Press the MENU button on the remote control. The Music menu will be
displayed.
Press • or • on the remote control to highlight Music menu option, and
then press _1 or I_ to adjust the setting.
Press the MENU button once to close the menu.
Sort By
You can choose to sort the songs by File/Title, Genre, Artist, or Album.
Play Mode
Choose from Shuffle, Single,
Single will play a single song
Sequence will play the songs
will play the songs in random
and Sequence to set the play sequence mode.
once and stop playing at the end of that song,
in the order they are listed on your USB device until you stop it, and Shuffle
order until you stop it.
Repeat
When set to On, the music will continue playing until you stop it.
Audio
Mode
Choose from Flat, Rock, Pop, Classic, and Jazz to adjust the overall quality of the audio being played.
Info
When set to on, information about the song briefly appears on the TV.
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When watching videos you can adjust various settings, including selecting an audio mode, setting to a
wider format, etc.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Insert a USB device and select the Video Folder.
Press the MENU button on the remote control. The Video menu will be displayed.
Press • or • on the remote control to highlight Video menu option, and then press _1 or • to adjust
the setting.
Press the MENU button once to close the menu.
Sort By
You can choose to sort the videos by Type, Date, or, File Name.
Play Mode
Choose from Shuffle, Single, and Sequence to set the video sequence mode.
Single will play a video once and stop playing at the end of that song.
Sequence will play the videos in the order they are listed on your USB device
until you stop it. Shuffle will play the videos in random order until you stop it.
Repeat
When set to On, the video(s) will continue playing until you stop it.
Picture
Mode
Choose from Custom, Standard, Movie, Game, Vivid, Football, Golf,
Basketball and Baseball to adjust the overall quality of the picture. Press OK
to enter the Picture sub menus for additional adjustments to audio. See
Picture Menu adjustment on page 40.
Wide
Format
Set the way the picture looks on the screen:
•
4:3 Aspect Ratio: choose from Normal, Panoramic, Zoom1, or Zoom2.
•
16:9 Aspect Ratio: choose from Full, Stretch, Zoom1, and Zoom2
Audio
Mode
Choose from Flat, Rock, Pop, Classic, Jazz, and Soft to adjust the overall
quality of the audio being played.
Info
When set to on, information about the video briefly appears on the TV.
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Chapter
4 Using youF H©TV the first time
Setup Wizard
.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the Power Cable
Connect the power cord to the power cord
connector on the back of the HDTV, and
then plug the power cord into an AC wall
socket.
Allow the VIZIO Setup Wizard
help you tune your channels,
to
Connect Audio and Video Cables to the
HD'rV
(see Chapter 2 for detailed steps)
Turn Power On
Once all the components are connected,
press the Power ON button on the remote
control or on the side of your HDTV.
Next
Initial Setup
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
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Exit
Please select your language:
After powering on the TV set, the
Initial Setup Welcome screen will
come up. Press the OK button on
the remote control.
Espa5oJ
Frangais
The Language choice screen will
be displayed; the default English
option is highlighted. If you wish
to change the OSD language to
Espafiol or Frangais, press the •
button on the remote control to
select the language you want.
Press the OK button on the
remote control to go to the next
screen.
_Back
_
Select
_
Next
_
Exit
Please select Home mode when
instalHngthis TV in your home
Retail Mode
The next screen will display the
options Home Mode and Retail
Mode. Selecting Home Mode will
give you an opportunity to save
energy.
Press the OK button on the
remote control to go to the next
screen.
_Back
If Retail Mode is selected by
mistake; the next option will allow
you to switch your selection back
to Home Mode.
_
Select
_
Next
Are you sure you want to use Retail
mode? Energy Saving can be achieved
through home mode
_
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Use RetaiE Mode
Press the OK button on the
remote control to go to the next
screen.
_Back
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cableor satelliteservicecompanyis beingused,
presstheOKbuttononthe remotecontroland
selectSkip Scan. Otherwise continue with next
P_ease select your input source:
Cable
step:
h.
The Tuner screen will be
displayed. If you are using Cable
Service (with no box), press the
• button on the remote control to
choose CABLE.
i.
Press the OK button on the
remote control to go to the next
screen.
j.
The ChanneIScan screen will be
displayed; default choice is Scan.
Press the OK button on the
remote control to start the search
for available channels.
k.
I.
_Back
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Select
_
Next
_
Exit
Please connect your cable or
antenna to the DTV/TV input
Skip Scan
If you do not want to scan for
channels at this time, press the •
button on the remote control to
_Back
_
Select
_ Next
_
Exit
highlight Skip Scan and then
press the OK button. The screen will now change to show the progress of the search for
Analog (NTSC) and Digital (ATSC) channels.
Note: If you select Skip Scan, you can scan
channels at a later time by selecting the TV input,
then going to the Menu and selecting the Auto
Search option in the TV menu.
Channel Scan wiJi take a few minutes
to complete,
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screen will be displayed to inform
you that the HDTV has completed
the Initial Setup. Press the OK
button on the remote control to
exit and begin watching TV.
Congratulations!!
Initial Setup completed
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Select
nput Source
Select the Input Source for the HDTV by
pressing the INPUT button on the remote control.
Pressing this button will cycle you through the
following options: TV, AV, Component, RGB,
HDMI1, HDMI2, and HDMI3.
Turn on your Cable Box, VCR, External TV
Tuner or Satellite Receiver and you will see a
picture on your HDTV. If there is no picture,
make sure you have selected the correct input
on the HDTV.
If the selected input is RF, you should be aware that the HDTV needs to be on either channel 3 or
channel 4 matching the channel which has been selected on the back of the VCR, Cable Box,
External TV Tuner or Satellite Receiver; please refer to Owner or User's Manual of such equipment
for details.
Note: Your HDTV will display the television station or program selected by the cable box, VCR, external
tuner, or satellite receiver. Use the remote control that came with that component to change programs or
channels. If the service being used is the one which setup includes a box with two outputs for two
different (distant) rooms, then scanning channels will help you to find the signal. Be aware that the
channel to be selected varies from provider to provider. You may have to call your provider to get the
specific channel when using your HDTV. Some examples of these channels are 105, 106, 115, and 116.
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Fine Tuning
the picture
1.
Press the MENU button to bring up the Menu display. The Picture
Menu is highlighted. Press OK to select it. Use the • or • buttons to
scroll to the Advanced Video option.
2.
Press the • button to select it.
3.
Use either • or • to scroll to the Color Temperature option.
4.
Press the • button to select it.
5.
Press either _1 or • to change setting to Normal, and then press the
MENU button repeatedly until the Picture Mode is displayed.
6.
Press either _1 or • to change the Picture mode option to Standard.
7.
Press either • or • to scroll to the TV option, and then press OK to
select it.
8.
Press either • or • to scroll to Time Zone, and then press either _1
or • to set the proper Time Zone of your area.
9.
Press • to scroll down to Daylight Saving, and then press either _1
or • to set to On or Off.
10. Press the MENU button once to return to the previous screen or
repeatedly to return to your program if task has been completed.
Your new HDTV is now ready to use. Enjoy your TV watching!!
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Watchi, sg a TV Program
Before you start watching TV, please make sure that any cable, satellite or off-air antenna connections
are secure. Also, verify that the power cord is plugged into a correctly grounded electrical outlet or surge
protector.
,
2.
Press the power button on the remote control.
orange to white.
The VlZlO logo on the front will change from
There are 3 options for selecting your programming:
a.
If you are using an antenna or cable connected through the DTV/TV CABLE/ANTENNA
input, you can select TV directly by pressing the TV button on the remote control or by
selecting TV from the Input menu after pressing INPUT on the remote control.
b.
If you are watching broadcasts through a cable or satellite set-top box connected by an
HDMI cable, select HDMI directly by pressing the HDMI button on the remote control, or
by selecting HDMI from the Input menu after pressing INPUT on the remote control.
c.
If you are watching broadcasts through a cable or satellite set-top box connected by a
Component (YPbPr) cable, select Component directly by pressing the COMP button on
the remote control or by selecting Component from the Input menu after pressing INPUT
on the remote control.
Note: You should be able to see a picture. If you do not, make sure that all of the HDTV connections are
secure and you have selected the correct video input source. Each press of the HDMI or COMP button on
the remote control will cycle through the available inputs. Press the button until the input associated with
the device you wish to view is shown in the Info box at the upper right corner of the screen.
,
When using option 2a, press the Channel buttons on the remote control or the CH • or
• buttons to change the channel. The Channel buttons and on the remote control, control will
not work if you are watching a program using HDMI, Component, or AV (S-Video or
Composite) inputs.
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Adjusting
Basic HD""'['VSettings
Volume
To adjust the volume, press and hold the VOL+ or VOL- button or remote control
until the desired level is reached.
TV Channels
To step up or down through the available TV channels, press the CH • or •
button on the remote control once for the next or previous channel, or hold it
depressed until the desired channel is reached, b,/ot_.:C!__c
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nformation
When watching a digital TV program, the On Screen Display will function as follows:
•
When a channel is selected, an information header is shown over the picture for a few seconds.
•
When you press the GUIDE button on the remote control, the information header and a short
summary of the program content, when available from the broadcaster, is displayed,
This information consists of the channel number and name, the format in which the program is broadcast
(480i SD, 480P SD, 720P HD, 1080i HD), audio channel 1/2 or 2/2 (omitted if alternate channel is not
broadcast), language, program title, program start and end time, program rating and if CC is available.
•
Press the GUIDE button one more time to close the display
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Chapter
5 Advanced
Adjustment
Using the On Screen ©isp ay
of H©TV
(OSD}
The remote control can control all the function settings. The On Screen
Display (OSD) allows you to adjust contrast, brightness and other settings.
The TV will save changes made to the settings, even if the TV is turned off.
The OSD consists of several menu options: Picture, Audio Mode, TV, and
Setup. The main menu options may vary depending on your selected input
source.
Noto: Some of the main menu options may have additional submenus, for
example, the TV Rating submenu for Parental Controls.
,
2.
,
4.
,
6.
Press the MENU button on the remote control and the Picture menu
will be shown on the screen.
Press either • or • on the remote control to select one of the other
menu options:
•
Picture (Picture Adjust)
•
Audio Mode (Audio Adjust)
•
TV (TV Tuner Setup)
•
Setup (Global Settings)
Press OK to select the option or feature you want to adjust.
Once the menu option is displayed, press •
items to adjust.
or • on the remote control to select one of the
Press OK to select, and then press _1 or • to adjust the selection.
Press the MENU button once to return to the previous screen or repeatedly to return to your
program if adjustments have been completed.
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Picture
Menu
1.
Press the MENU button on the remote control.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press • or • on the remote control to highlight the Picture menu, and then press OK to select it.
Press • or • on the remote control to select a Picture menu option.
Once the menu option is highlighted, press _1 or • on the remote control to adjust the setting.
Press the MENU button once to return to the previous screen or repeatedly to return to your
program if the task has been completed.
Picture
Mode
Choose from Custom,
Basketball and Baseball.
Standard,
Movie,
Game,
Vivid,
Football,
Golf,
Backlight
The Backlight level adjusts the lamp current and this affects the overall
brilliance of the picture but does not affect the Brightness (black level) or
Contrast (white level) of the picture.
Brightness
The Brightness adjusts the black levels in the picture. If the brightness is too
low you will not be able to see the detail in darker parts of the picture and if the
brightness is too high the picture will look washed out.
Contrast
The Contrast adjusts the white levels in the picture. If the contrast is too low the picture will look washed
out and if the contrast is too high you will not be able to see any detail in the bright parts of a picture.
Color
Color adjusts the amount of color in the picture.
Tint
The Tint adjusts the hue of the picture. The easiest way to set tint is to look at flesh tones and adjust for a
realistic appearance. In most cases, the default middle position is correct. If people's faces look too
orange try reducing the level of color first.
Sharpness
The Sharpness adjustment adjusts the sharpness of the edges of elements in the picture. It does not
produce detail that otherwise does not exist. This adjustment is helpful when viewing (Standard
Definition) sources.
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Advanced
Video
To select the options in the Advanced Video sub-menu, press the OK button or the • button. A new
menu will be displayed showing the advanced functions available for fine tuning of the picture.
Noise Reduction
This feature diminishes picture artifacts caused by the digitizing of image motion content that may
be present in the picture. Choose from the Off, Low, Medium, or Strong setting.
Color Enhancement
This feature increases the picture reproduction performance of the
picture by reducing oversaturation of certain colors and improving flesh
tones. Choose from Off, Normal, Rich Color, Green/Flesh, and
Green/Blue setting.
Advanced
Adaptive
Luma
Large areas of brightness in the picture will result in a higher Average
Picture Level (APL) and the overall picture will look too light. This
feature will lower the APL to counteract this effect. Choose from Off,
Low, Medium, Strong, or Extend.
Backlight
Control
Set this feature to OFF, DCR, or OPC. DCR (Dynamic Contrast Ratio)
improves the black level performance and increases contrast ratio.
OPC (Optimum Power Control) Reduces power consumption while
maintaining the same picture brightness.
Color Temperature
Color Temperature is the "warmness" or "coolness" of the white areas of the picture. Choose from
Normal, Custom, Cool, or Computer. Normal is the setting for television broadcasting. Custom
allows you to set a preset calibrated for a white point to suit individual preferences. Cool produces
a blue-hued image. The Computer setting sets the white point at the established setting for a PC
display (9300K). Each preset may also be adjusted for a customized setting.
Smooth
Motion
The Smooth Motion TM Effect option activates Motion Estimation/Motion Compensation (ME/MC),
which suppresses motion judder, or "stuttering" of the image when the camera pans across a
scene, or there is horizontal motion in the scene. Choose from Off, Low, Middle or High.
Film Mode
Choose from Auto or Off. When set to Auto, the TV will detect the cadence (for example at 24
frames/second for film, or normal video at 60 fps). When set to Off it will stay at 60 fps.
Reset Picture
Mode
Return all Picture settings to factory default. A screen will come up to confirm your selection or to cancel it.
Press either _1 or • to make the selection, and then press OK to accept it.
Note: Only settings under the Picture menu will be reset.
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Audio
1.
Press the MENU button on the remote control and the Picture menu will be shown on the screen.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press • or • on the remote control to highlight the Audio menu, and then press OK to select it.
Press • or • on the remote control to select an Audio menu option.
Once the menu option is highlighted, press _1 or • on the remote control to adjust the setting.
Press the MENU key once to return to the previous screen or repeatedly to return to your program if
the task has been completed.
Audio
Mode
Choose from Flat, Rock, Pop, Classic or Jazz.
Equalizer
To select the options in the Equalizer sub-menu,
press the OK button. A new menu will be displayed
showing the volumes of different frequencies
(pitches).
Starting from lowest to the highest pitch, they are
120 Hz, 500Hz, 1.5 kHz, 5 kHz and 10 kHz.
1.
Press _1 or • to select the frequency to be
adjusted.
2.
Use • or • to adjust to adjust the selected
frequency to your preference. Values above
0 will boost the frequency and values below
0 will attenuate the frequency.
Note: The Equalizer adjustment will only be available when SRS TSHD is set to Off.
Balance
Adjust the sound to the left or the right.
SRS TSHD
This option sets the SRS TruSurround HD surround sound process. Choose from On or Off.
Note: When SRS TSHD is ON, Equalizer adjustments are not available.
SRS TruVolume
When the programming switches to a commercial or when changing from channel to channel, volume
fluctuations occur. When turned ON, SRS TruVolume provides the listener with a comfortable and
consistent volume level. Turn this option Off when listening to music.
TM
Digital Audio
Out
This option allows selection of the type of processing for the SPDIF (Optical connector) when used with a
Receiver/Amplifier/Home Theater system. Select to choose from OFF, Dolby Digital or PCM.
Speakers
Turn the internal speakers On or Off. You may want to turn the internal speakers off when listening to the
audio through your Home Theater System.
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Analog Audio Out
Thisoptionsetsthevolumecontrolproperties
whenusingthe RCA(whiteandred)connectorsas audio
lineout toconnecta Receiver/Amplifier/Home
Theatersystem.ChoosefromFixedor Variable.Whenset
toVariable,volumefromtheexternalspeakerswill changeaccording
to thevolumesettingontheTV.If it
is setto Fixed,thevolumecanonlybechangedbythesettingsontheexternalstereosystem.
Lip Sync
LipSyncis designedto adjusttheaudioof theprogrambeingviewedsothatit matchesthemovement
of
thelipsof someone
talkingonthescreen.
Reset Audio Mode
Return all Audio settings to factory default. A screen will come up to confirm your selection or to cancel it.
Press _1 or • to make the selection, and then press OK to accept it.
Note: Only settings under the Audio menu will be reset.
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TV IIIIe n u
When you first turned on your HDTV you set up your TV for DTV / TV channels using the Initial Setup
screens. If you did not do this or if your setup has changed, you can do this from the TV menu.
1.
Press the MENU button on the remote control and the Picture menu will be shown on the screen.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press • or • on the remote control to highlight the TV menu, and then press OK to select it.
Press • or • on the remote control to select a TV menu option.
Once the menu option is highlighted, press _1 or • on the remote control to adjust the setting.
Press the MENU key once to return to the previous screen or repeatedly to return to your program if
the task has been completed.
Tuner
Mode
Select Cable or Antenna depending upon which equipment you have attached to the DTV / TV Input.
Auto Search
Automatically search for TV channels that are
available in your area. The TV will search for
analog and digital channels.
Partial
Channel
Search
If you believe channels are missed from the auto
search, you can do a partial channel search to
look for channel in a certain channel range again.
Select to scan for Analog, Digital, or both
Analog/Digital channels, then press the • button
to highlight the "From" and "To" selection. Press
the • button to select the range of channel
numbers you want to start searching in. Press OK
to start channel search.
Skip Channel
After the TV has stored all of the available digital channels in memory you will find that some channels
are too weak to watch comfortably or they may be channels you do not want to see. Press the OK button
to select the channel to be skipped when using the CH • or CH • buttons. You will still be able to select
this channel using the number buttons on the remote control.
MTS
This feature allows you to select the different languages the broadcaster is transmitting the audio with the
program you are watching. This signal is usually Spanish.
Time
Zone
Setting the correct Time Zone for your area will ensure that the correct program times are shown after
pressing the INFO button on the remote control.
Daylight
Saving
Setting the daylight saving time for your area will ensure that the correct program times are shown after
pressing the INFO button on the remote control.
Channel
Info
Channel Info displays the technical information of the channel including
modulation type, status, SNR (signal noise ratio), and signal strength.
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1.
Press the MENU button on the remote control and the Picture menu will be shown on the screen.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press • or • on the remote control to highlight the Setup menu, and then press OK to select it.
Press • or • on the remote control to select an Input menu option.
Once the menu option is highlighted, press _1 or • on the remote control to adjust the setting.
Press the MENU key once to return to the previous screen or repeatedly to return to your program if
the task has been completed.
Language
Select to change the Language of the OSD. The default is English. You can
also select Espa_ol or Frangais.
PIP
Your TV features PIP mode so you can watch two pictures at the same time.
One picture is displayed as the full screen (main screen) and the other picture
is displayed in a small window (sub screen).
Note: PIP is only available when the Rating Enable option in the Parental
Controls Menu is OFF.
To select the options in the PIP sub-menu, press the OK button. A new menu
will be displayed showing the following PIP settings:
PIP Mode
Select from Off, PIP or POP (Picture-outside picture). In PIP mode a smaller sub-screen is
displayed on top of the main screen. In POP mode the main screen and sub-screen are of equal
size and are positioned side-by-side.
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Select the input source for the sub-screen.
which input is used for the main screen.
The input sources available will vary according to
DTV
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AV
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HDMI 1
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",_" - Indicates which inputs are available for PIP and POP modes.
PIP Position
Select where you want the PIP screen positioned over the main screen.
Size
Set the size of the PIP window. Choose from Small, Medium or Large.
Audio
Source
Select the audio source associated with the main screen or the sub screen.
CEC Menu
Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) allows you to control devices that are connected through HDMI,
such as a Blu-ray DVD player, with just one remote control.
•
When the TV is turned off, all HDMI-CEC devices will turn off automatically.
•
When an HDMI-CEC device is turned on, the TV will turn on automatically.
CEC Function
Select whether to allow the TV to control the HDMI-CEC device. Choose Enable (On) or Disable
(Off).
Device
Discovery
Search for all available HDMI-CEC devices connected to the TV.
Sleep Timer
Select the timer to turn offthe TV in 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes.
Wide
Select how the picture displays on the screen. As you select an option, you will see the screen adjusting
to the different sizes. Refer to Understanding Viewing Features for additional details.
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Naming
This feature helps you identify the input being
watched. You can use up to 8 characters; either
letters or numbers or combinations of both, to add a
name that will make it easier for you to recognize the
input.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press the • button to go to the next screen
that shows the different inputs.
Press the • button to select the desired input
which you want to label.
Press the OK button to go to the first space in
the bracket.
Press either the • or • button and select a
desired letter or number.
Press the • button to go to the next space
and select a second character.
Repeat the step 4 and 5 until the name of the input is complete.
Press the OK button to accept the name of the input or the MENU key to cancel the setting.
CC (Closed
Caption)
To select the options in the CC sub-menu, press the OK button or the • button.
A new menu will be displayed showing the following CC settings:
CC
The CC feature is available when watching regular analog (NTSC) TV.
Select from CCl, CC2, CC3, CC4, Service1, Service2, Service3,
Service4, Service5, or Service6. Closed Caption for regular TV is
usually CCl or CC2.
Digital
CC Style
The Digital CC Style feature is available when watching digital TV.
Select either As Broadcaster or Custom. If Custom is selected then
you can customize the way Closed Caption is displayed. The options
available are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Font Size (letter size)
Font Color (letter color)
Font Opacity (letter transparency)
Background Color (color of the background where Closed Caption is displayed)
Background Opacity (sets the transparency of the background)
Window Color (color of the area where characters are displayed)
Window Opacity (transparency of the area where characters are displayed)
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Position
To select the options in the H/V Position sub-menu, press the MENU button or the • button. A new menu
will be displayed showing the following H/V Position settings:
H-Position
Adjust the horizontal position of the picture.
V-Position
Adjust the vertical position of the picture.
H-SIZE
Adjust the horizontal size of the picture.
V-SIZE
Adjust the vertical size of the picture.
Auto
Phase
(for Component
The TV will automatically
the picture.
input
only)
look for the phase of the signal to fine tune
Parental
If you want to restrict certain channel and program viewing, you can do this by
turning on the Parental Control. Selected programs, movies and channels can
then be made available only after an authorized password has been entered
and accepted by the TV.
To select the options in the Parental sub-menu, press OK. Enter a password to
access the Parental menu. The default password set in the factory is 0 0 0 0.
Note: The Parental menu does not appear when the input mode is set to HDMI.
A new menu will be displayed showing the following Parental settings:
Rating
Enable
Select from ON or OFF. If set to OFF, you will not be able to set the
US TV, US Movie, Canadian English, or Canadian French Ratings.
Channel
Block
Block individual channels from being displayed.
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US TV Rating
No_:e: When Rating Enable is OFF, US TV Rating adjustments are not
available.
Press the OK button to block (locked) or allow (unlocked) channels by
the following US TV ratings:
Y - All children
Y7 - Older children
G - General audience
PG - Guidance suggested
14 - Strongly cautioned
MA- Mature audience
You can also customize the TV ratings for the following content:
A - All sub-ratings
D - Sexual dialog
L - Adult language
S - Sexual situations
V - Violence
FV - Fantasy violence
US Movie
Rating
Note', When Rating Enable is OFF, US Movie Rating adjustments are
not available.
Press the OK button to block (locked) or allow (unlocked) channels by
the following US Movie ratings:
G - General audience
PG - Parental guidance suggested
PG-13 - Recommended for children 13 years of age or older
R - Mature audience
NC-17 - No one under 17 years of age
XCanadian
No one under 17 years of age
English
Rating
Note: When Rating Enable is OFF, Canadian English Rating adjustments are not available.
Press the OK button to block (locked) or allow (unlocked) channels by the following Canadian
English ratings:
C - Children
C8+ - Children 8 years or older
G - General Programming,
suitable for all audiences
PG - Parental guidance
14+ - Viewers 14 years or older
18+ - Adult programming
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Canadian
French
Rating
Note: When Rating Enable is OFF, Canadian French Rating adjustments are not available.
Press the OK button to block (locked) or allow (unlocked) channels by the following Canadian
French ratings:
G - General audience
8 ans+-
General - not recommended for young children
13 ans+-
Not suitable for children under 13 years of age
16 ans+-
Not suitable for under 16 years of age
18 ans+-
Adults only
DTV Rating
This option updates the TV or Movie rating table for digital programs in your local or regional area.
It will allow the parental guidance control feature in your TV to have the most current parental
control database for a digital signal. If Not Available appears at the bottom of the menu, then no
update is available (the option is not activated in your area). This option may be available in the
future for activation.
Block
Unrated
TV
Block programming that does not have a rating.
Change
the Password
Select Access Code Edit to enter a new, 4-digit password using the
number buttons on the remote control. Enter it a second time to
confirm you entered it correctly.
Note: Make sure you write down and store the new password in a
secure place. The System Reset feature (following) does NOT reset
the password.
System
Info
Display the technical information including model name, version and revision of firmware,
and resolution.
System
source type,
Reset
To select the options in the System Reset sub-menu, press the OK button or the • button. A new menu
will be displayed showing the following System Reset settings:
Setup Wizard
Use this function to return to the Initial Setup menu. Use this function if you want to have a guided
setup when you move your TV. Please refer to Chapter 3 for more information.
Note: Previously scanned channels will be removed.
Reset All Settings
Use this function to reset the TV to the default factory settings.
The screen will display a message to confirm that you want to reset the values to factory settings.
Note: This does NOT reset the Parental Control Password.
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Viewing
Features
Your HDTV features the following viewing modes. You can switch viewing modes using the remote
control, please follow the instructions on page 14.
Viewing
Modes
Normal Mode
The original 4:3 aspect ratio (1.33:1 source) is preserved, so black bars are
added to the left and right of the display image. Standard TV broadcasts are
displayed with a 4:3 Aspect Ratio. Movies in 4:3 Aspect Ratio may be referred to
as pan-and-scan or full frame. These movies were originally filmed in 16:9
(widescreen), and then modified to fit a traditional TV screen (4:3).
Full
Full mode allows you to view the entire picture. Recommended for HDMI and RGB / Computer viewing so
you can see the complete picture without the image overstretching beyond the viewing area. If you
experience "noise" along the border switch to Zoom 1. For 720p, 1080i, 1080p only.
Zoom 1
When watching a standard broadcast or full-frame movie in this mode,
the display image is stretched proportionately to fill the TV screen.
When watching a widescreen (1.78:1 source) program or movie, the
display image fills the TV screen. If you are watching a widescreen
(1.85:1 or 2.35:1 source) program or movie, there will still be black bars
at the top and bottom.
Zoom 2
Zooms in by 14% to crop the top and bottom bars for 2.35:1 film resolutions. For 480i/p, 4:3 only.
Stretch Mode
When watching a widescreen program (1.78:1 source) with black bars
on the sides, the display image will stretch to fill the TV screen. People
will appear wider than they really are. If you are watching a widescreen
(1.85:1 or 2.35:1 source) program or movie, there will still be black
bars at the top and bottom. This mode is available only when watching
a widescreen program.
Panoramic Mode
When watching a standard broadcast or full frame movie in this mode,
the 4:3 Aspect Ratio (1.33:1 source) display image is stretched
horizontally on the left and right sides to fill the TV screen. The center of
the image is not stretched.
Note: When in PIP/POP the screen is fixed in Zoom1 mode.
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P og ammiiiiing the V
O Universai
Remote Cont olllli
You can program the remote control to work with up to four different pieces of equipment including your
VIZIO HDTV. Listed below are the steps for programming your VCR, Cable Box and DVD Player.
Programming
for VCR
1.
2.
Manually turn on the VCR.
Press the VCR button on the remote control.
3.
Press and hold the SET button until the LED LIGHT flashes twice.
4.
Find the programming code for your VCR in the code list in the back of this book and enter it using
the Number Buttons. If the code is accepted, the LED flashes twice after the last digit is entered.
If the LED does not flash twice, repeat Steps 2 through 4 with the next code listed for the component
and manufacturer.
5.
Point the remote control at the VCR and press the POWER button. The VCR will turn off.
Note:
•
If your VCR does not respond, try all the codes for your VCR brand.
your brand is not listed, see "Searching for Component Codes."
•
Sometimes a code listed will only include limited functions.
more functionality.
Programming
for Cable
Set-Top
If the codes do not work, or
Try other codes that may include
Box
2.
Manually turn on the Cable Box.
Press the CBL button on the remote control.
3.
Press and hold the SET button until the LED LIGHT flashes twice.
4.
Find the programming code for your Cable Box in the code list in the back of this book and enter it
using the Number Buttons. If the code is accepted, the LED flashes twice after the last digit is
entered.
,
If the LED does not flash twice, repeat Steps 2 through 4 with the next code listed for the component and
manufacturer.
,
Point the remote control at the Cable Box and press the POWER button. The Cable Box will turn off.
If the LED does not flash twice, repeat Steps 2 through 4 with the next code listed for the component and
manufacturer.
If your Cable Set-Top Box does not respond, try all the codes for your brand.
work, or your brand is not listed, see "Searching for Component Codes."
Sometimes a code listed will only include limited functions.
more functionality.
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for DVD Player
Manually turn on the DVD Player.
2. Press the DVD button on the remote control.
,
3. Press and hold the SET button until the LED LIGHT flashes twice.
4. Find the programming code for your DVD player in the code list in the back of this book and enter it
using the Number Buttons. If the code is accepted, the LED flashes twice after the last digit is
entered.
If the LED does not flash twice, repeat Steps 2 through 4 with the next code listed for the component
and manufacturer.
,
Point the remote control at the DVD Player and press the POWER button.
off.
If your DVD player does not respond, try all the codes for your brand.
your brand is not listed, see "Searching for Component Codes."
Sometimes a code listed will only include limited functions.
more functionality.
Searching
for Component
The DVD Player will turn
If the codes do not work, or
Try other codes that may include
Codes
If you cannot find the manufacturer in the component list or the program code does not work, you can use
the remote control to search for the correct component code.
To search for a component code:
1.
Turn on the component.
2.
3.
Press the matching component button on the remote control.
Press and hold the SET button until the LED flashes twice.
,
5.
Press 9 9 1. The LED flashes twice.
Point the remote control at the component and then alternate between pressing the POWER
button and the component button on the remote control until the component turns off.
If the component still does not respond, clear the component button, then repeat the search
procedure.
Usi sg a Cable
or Satellite
Remote
Your VlZIO remote uses codes 000, 047, 050, 067, 329, 331 and 339 to work your LCD HDTV. To use a
cable or satellite remote to work the LCD HDTV, refer to your cable or satellite remote user guide for
more information on how to program the remote. If your cable or satellite remote uses a 5-digit code (like
most Direct TV units), first try 11758 and then, if that does not work, 10178. If your cable or satellite
remote uses a 4-digit code, try 1758 and then 0178 as an alternative. If your cable or satellite remote
uses a 3-digit code (Echostar or Dish Network for example), use code 627.
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7 Maintenance
and Troubieshoot ng
Maintenance
Important
,
2.
Make sure that the power cable is removed from the socket before cleaning the TV.
Do not use volatile solvent (such as toluene, rosin and alcohol) to clean the TV. Such
chemicals may damage the housing, screen glass and remote control, and cause paint to
peel.
Cleaning the Housing and Remote Control
,
2.
Use a soft cloth for cleaning.
If the housing or remote control is seriously contaminated, use a soft cloth moistened with
diluted neutral cleaner to clean the display. Wring water out of the cloth before cleaning to
prevent water from penetrating into the housing. Wipe the display with a dry cloth after
cleaning.
Cleaning the Screen
,
2.
Use a soft cloth to gently clean the screen.
The screen glass is very fragile. Do not scrape it with any sharp object. Do not press or tap
the screen to avoid cracking. When the screen is seriously contaminated, use a soft cloth
moistened with diluted neutral cleaner to clean the display. Wring water out of the cloth
before cleaning to prevent water from penetrating into the housing. Wipe the display with a
dry cloth after cleaning.
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Guide
If the TV fails or the performance
changes
dramatically,
check the
following
instructions.
Remember
to check the peripherals
to pinpoint
display still fails to perform as expected, contact the VlZlO for assistance
4946) or e-mail us at techsupport@vizio.com.
Press the INPUT button on the remote control to select a different input source.
Receive the error message
"No Signal."
No power.
No sound.
display in accordance
with the
the source of the failure. If the
by calling 1-877-MYVI£10
(698-
If you are using cable connected directly to the TV or an antenna, scan
for channels from the Tuner menu in the OSD.
•
Make sure the power button is ON (VIZIO logo glows white).
•
Make sure AC power cord is securely connected to the AC socket.
•
Plug another electrical device to the power outlet to verify that the outlet is
working.
•
Press Volume + (Up) on the remote control.
•
Press MUTE on the remote control to make sure that MUTE is not ON.
•
Check your audio settings. The audio may be set to SAP, or the speakers
set to off.
are
•
Make sure that headphones are not connected.
•
Check the audio connections
HDTV.
•
If you are using an antenna, the signal strength of the channel may be low.
Make sure your antenna is connected securely to the TV and move the antenna
around the room or close to a window.
•
Make sure the power button is ON (VIZlO Logo glows white).
•
Press the INPUT button on the remote control to select a different input source.
•
Check the connections
•
Make sure all cables attached to the HDTV are connected to the correct output
on the external device.
•
Adjust brightness, contrast or backlight.
•
Press the INPUT button on the remote control to select a different input source.
•
Check Color and Tint settings in Picture Menu.
•
Reset Picture settings.
•
Check the video cables to make sure they are securely connected.
•
If you are using an antenna, the signal strength of the channel may be tow.
Make sure your antenna is connected securely to the TV and move the antenna
around the room or close to a window.
Control buttons do not work.
•
Press only one button at a time.
Remote control does not
work.
•
Point the remote control directly at the remote sensor on your TV.
•
Remove any obstacles between the remote control and the remote sensor.
•
Replace dead batteries with new ones.
•
Make sure you have selected TV mode on the remote control.
•
If you are using an antenna, the signal strength of the channel may be low.
Make sure your antenna is connected securely to the TV and move the antenna
around the room or close to a window.
•
For best image quality, view HD wide-screen programs where possible.
•
If HD content is not available view "Standard Definition" from a digital source.
If the screen is black.
Power is ON but there is no
image on the screen.
Wrong or abnormal colors
appear.
There appear to be image
quality issues.
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•
Make sure the power button is ON (VIZIO logo glows white).
•
Make sure AC power cord is securely connected to the AC socket.
•
Press the INPUT button on the remote control to select a different input source.
•
Check the connections
•
If your HDTV is connected to a computer, press any button on your keyboard to
"wake" your computer.
•
If you are using an antenna, the signal strength of the channel may be low.
Make sure your antenna is connected securely to the TV and move the antenna
around the room or close to a window.
•
You may be getting interference from electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles,
or fluorescent lights. If you have not mounted it on the walt, try moving your
HDTV to another location to see if this is the cause of the problem.
The picture has abnormal
•
Check the connections
patterns.
•
Make sure the specifications
HDTV (i.e. resolution).
•
If you are using an antenna, the signal strength of the channel may be low.
Make sure your antenna is connected securely to the TV and move the antenna
around the room or close to a window.
•
If you are in RGB mode (Computer), make sure that H-Size and V-Position
the On Screen Display (OSD) are set correctly.
•
If you are using TV, AV, or Component with 480i input, press WIDE button on
the remote control to scroll through various screen modes.
•
Press Volume + (Up) on the remote control.
•
Press MUTE on the remote control to make sure that MUTE is not ON.
•
Check your audio settings. The audio may be set to SAP, or the speakers
set to off.
•
Make sure that headphones are not connected.
•
Check the audio connections
HDTV.
The TVhas pixels (dots)that
are always dark or colored,
•
Your HDTV is manufactured
using an extremely high level of precision
technology, however, sometimes some pixels of your HDTV may not display.
Pixel defects within industry specifications are inherent to this type of product
and do not constitute a defective product.
You see "noise" or"trash" on
the screen,
•
When your HDTV's digital capabilities exceed a digital broadcast signal
signal is up-converted (increased) to match your TV's display capabilities.
converting can cause noise or trash.
•
If you are using an antenna, the signal strength of the channel may be low.
Make sure your antenna is connected securely to the TV and move the antenna
around the room or close to a window.
You switch to a different input
and the volume changes,
•
The TV remembers the volume level from the last time you adjusted it. If the
sound level is higher or lower from another source, then the volume wilt change.
You switch to a different input
and the screen size changes,
•
The TV remembers the viewing mode from the last time you used a particular
input (AV-1, AV-2, Component, HDMI and TV).
Tips for High-Definition
•
Your HDTV is an ideal platform for viewing High Definition Content.
•
Best image quality will be achieved by HDMI. The next best is Component,
You see a distorted picture or
hear unusual sound,
The display image does not
cover the entire screen,
You can see a picture but you
cannot hear sound.
Users.
of external devices that may be connected to the HDTV.
of external devices that may be connected to the HDTV.
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of external devices that may be connected
of your
in
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to the
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Users.
Image or sound is interrupted
or distorted.
Slideshow doesn't start.
Telephone
Some Letterboxed (or "Widescreen") versions of DVD movies are formatted for
standard 4:3 Televisions. Your HDTV has the ability to expand this content so
the entire screen is filled at the expense of image accuracy. To use this
function, press ZOOM on the remote control to cycle among the options.
•
•
Make sure the device is correctly inserted.
Make sure that the file complies with the supported format, bit rate and/or
profile. Also check the file for damage.
•
Some files that comply with the supported format may not play back or display
properly.
•
Make sure the viewer isn't in pause, rotation, or zoom mode.
& Technical
Suppo
Products are often returned due to a technical problem rather than a defective product that may result in
unnecessary shipping charges billed to you. Our trained support personnel can often resolve the problem
over the phone. For more information on warranty service or repair, after the warranty period, please
contact our Support Department at the number below.
Customer support and quality service are integral parts of VlZlO's commitment to service excellence.
For technical assistance contact our VlZlO Technical Support Department via email or phone.
Email: techsupport@vizioocom
(877) 698-4946
Fax: (949) 585-9563
Hours of operation: Monday - Friday: 6 am to 9 pm
Saturday - Sunday: 8 am to 4 pm
Please have your VlZIO model number, serial number, and date of purchase available before you call.
_IZIO
Address:
39 Tesla
Irvine, CA 92618, USA
Telephone: (949)428-2525
Fax: 949-585-9514
Web: wwwovizioocom
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Compliance
Caution: Always use a power cable that is properly grounded. Please use the AC cords listed below for
each area.
USA
UL
Canada
CSA
Germany
UK
VDE
BASE/BS
Japan
Electric Appliance Control Act
FCC C ass B Radio
nte erence
Statement
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
1.
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
4.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Notice:
1.
,
,
The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Shielded interface cables and AC power cord, if any, must be used in order to comply with
the emission limits.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized
modification to this equipment. It is the responsibilities of the user to correct such interference.
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SV320XVT: 31.55" Diagonal, 16:9 Aspect Ratio
SV370XVT: 37" Diagonal, 16:9 Aspect Ratio
Resolution
1920 x 1080 pixels
Pixel (Dot) Pitch
SV320XVT: 0.36375mm(H)
x 0.36375mm(V)
SV370XVT: 0.42675mm(H)
x 0.42675mm(V)
Display Compatibility
HDTV (1080P)
Colors
1.06 Billion
Brightness
500nits
cd/m 2 (typical)
Contrast
Response Time
SV320XVT:
1200:1 ; DCR: 50,000:1
SV370XVT:
1300:1 ; DCR: 50,000:1
SV320XVT: 6ms (typical)
SV370XVT:
5ms (typical)
Viewing Angle
178 ° (horizontal/vertical)
Inputs
lx RF
lx Composite Video and stereo audio (one
stereo audio shared with Component input)
lx S-Video
lx Component and stereo audio (one stereo
audio shared with Composite input)
3x HDMI
lx RGB
lx Media Port (USB)
Outputs
lx SPDIF Optical Digital Audio, lx Stereo Audio
Features
1080P HDTV, MEMC, 120Hz Panel, HDMI v1.3, 3D Comb Filter, Digital Audio Amplifier, Dolby
Digital for ATSC/QAM,
Signal Compatibility:
4801(SDTV),
480P(EDTV),
720P(HDTV),
10801(HDTV), 1080P(HDTV), Channel Skip/Add, VIDEO/INPUT Naming Capability, Closed
Caption, Parental Control/V-CHIP 2.0, Programmable Timer, Freeze, PIP/POP, SRS TSHD,
SRS TruVolume, Zero Bright Pixel Guarantee, Dynamic Contrast Ratio Technology, HD Game
Port, Game Mode, Noise Reduction, 10-bit(D) panel, 10-bit video processing, MTS Stereo
Decoder, Dolby Digital for ATSC/QAM, VESA Mount Compatible. ATSC/CIear QAM tuner,
NTSC video decoding, 3:2 or 2:2 reverse pull-down, Motion adaptive de-interlace, Progressive
video scan via Component/VGA/HDMI,
HDTV via HDMI or Component, Color temperature
adjustments of 6500K/9300K/11000K,
Independent Red/Green/Blue
adjustments for color
temperature fine tuning, Computer support at 640x480/800x600/1360x768/1920x1080
via
VGA/HDMI.
Special Features
•
Detachable Base
•
Mega DCR
•
MEMC, 120Hz Panel
•
SRS TruVolume, SRS TSHD
•
Optimal power control to reduce average power consumption
Speakers
2xBuilt-in, 10W Speakers
Panel Life
50,000 hours to half the original brightness
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IEC Connector for direct power line connection
Voltage Range
100~240Vac at 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
SV320XVT: 98W (Avg), <0.5W standby
SV370XVT:
125W (AVG), <0.5W standby
Operating
Temperature:
5°C~35°C, Relative Humidity: 20~80%, Altitude: 0~14,000 ft
Non-Operating
Temperature:
-20°C~50°C,
Dimensions
SV320XVT: 30.6"W x 22.4" H x 9.3" D with stand; 30.6" W x 22.1" H x 2.2" D without stand
Relative Humidity: 10~70%, Altitude: 0~40,000 ft
SV370XVT: 35.6"W x 24.8" H x 9.3" D with stand; 35.6" W x 23.1"H x 2.2" D without stand
Net Weight
SV320XVT: 23.2 lbs without stand, 25.4 lbs with stand
SV370XVT:
28.7 lbs without stand, 30.5 lbs with stand
Gross Weight
SV320XVT: 30.86 tbs
SV370XVT: 37.04 lbs
Certifications
CSA, CSA-US, FCC Class B
Compliances
Energy Star 3.0. ATSC Spec A/65, EIA/CEA-766-A
*Product
specifications
may change
without
notice or obligation.
Not÷: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)
and the Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition (CERC) have made a new tip sheet available for digital
television (DTV) retailers to reproduce and distribute to consumers on the sales floor. The file may be
downloaded online at www.dtv.gov. While you're there, check out the other useful information in the FCC
is making available to consumers interested in learning more about the analog to digital transition.
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Remote
Control
Codes
10229,
10252,
10263,
10316
3M
10195
888
10462
A.R. Systems
10352
Abex
10065, 10256
ACE
10449
Acer
10164
Addison
10048,10231
Apex Digital
10288
Admiral
10045, 10078,
10232, 10236
Archer
10248
Archos
Advent
10221, 10291
Ardem
Adventura
10066, 10261
Aiko
10053, 10231
Aim
10353
Aiwa
10178, 10207
Akai
10027,
10127,
10196,
10238,
10254,
10304,
10046,
10153,
10229,
10240,
10267,
10353
Akiba
10353
Akito
10348,
10353
Akura
10277,
10353
Alaron
10246,
10275
10273,
Alba
10353
Albatron
10219,
10286
10222,
Aolinpiya
10462
Aolinpu
10465
Apex
10075,
10233
10380,10383,
10384,10385,
10392,10394,
10428,10431,
10448,10457,
10458,10460,
10461,10462
Belcor
10047,10252
Bell & Howell
10045
Benq
10116,10159,
10226,10300
10156
Beon
10353
10353
Bestar
10352, 10353
Bestar-Daewoo
10352
10095,
Aristona
10353
Asberg
10353
Blaupunkt
10281
Astar
10163
Blue Sky
10282, 10353
Boots
10348
Atlantic
10353
Audinac
10234,
10278
Boxlight
10290
Audiosonic
10352,
10353
BPL
10275,10353
Audiovox
10054,
10231,
10248,
10287,
10099,
10234,
10280,
10326
Bradford
10054, 10234
Brillian
10160
Brinkmann
10353
Aventura
10042
Brockwood
10047, 10252
Awa
10048, 10351
Broksonic
Axion
10154, 10326
10078, 10234,
10236,10248
Baihehua
10461
Bush
10348,10352,
10353
Baihua
10460, 10462
byd:sign
10214
Baile
10458, 10460
Caihong
Bang & Olufsen
10244
10360,10362,
10368,10457,
10460
BaoHuaShi
10462
Cailing
10464
Baosheng
10457, 10460
Caixing
Barco
10282
Basic Line
10352, 10353
10366,10367,
10378,10380,
10390,10461
Candle
Baur
10249, 10281,
10353
10047,10049,
10050,10066,
10229,10254,
10261,10265
Carena
10353
Carnivale
10229,10254
Carver
10034,10044,
10271
Cascade
10353
Casio
10353
Alfide
10240
Aileron
10055
AIIstar
10353
A-Mark
10248
America Action
10234
Am pro
10220,
10289
Amstrad
10279,
10353
Amtron
10054
Baysonic
10234
Anam
10234
Beijing
Anam National
10054,
Anhua
10455
Anitech
10353
AOC
10047,
10049,
10358,
10362,
10365,
10367,
10369,
10371,
10373,
10376,
10378,
Version 12/1/2009
10248,
10254,
10274,
10264
10048,
10112,
61
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10360,
10364,
10366,
10368,
10370,
10372,
10374,
10377,
10379,
VIZIO SV320XVT & SV370XVT User Manual
10385,10392,
10405,10460,
10462
Cathay
10353
Caton
10355
CCE
10246, 10258,
10353
Chung Hsin
10048,10234,
10332
Celebrity
10046
Chunlan
10397,10468
Celera
10075
Chunsun
Centurion
10051, 10353
10360,10362,
10368,10457,
10460
Changcheng
10357,10360,
10362,10363,
10364,10366,
10367,10368,
10369,10370,
10371,10372,
10373,10374,
10376,10378,
10379,10380,
10384,10385,
10392,10448,
10455,10457,
10458,10460,
10461,10462
Changfei
Changfeng
Changhai
Changhong
10360,10362,
10368,10379,
10457,10460,
10467
10360,10367,
10376,10381,
10382,10384,
10385,10392,
10457,10462
10360,10362,
10368,10457,
10460,10467
,10075,
10356,10358,
10359,10360,
10361,10362,
10369,10371,
10376,10383,
10386,10387,
10388,10389,
10393,10394,
10412,10427,
10433,10436,
10448,10457,
10460
Chaparral
10442
Chengdu
10360,10368,
10457
Chimei
10217
Ching Tai
10231
Chun Yun
Chunfeng
10222, 10231,
10234,10329,
10342
Cinego
10327
Cineral
10231,10280
Citizen
10047,
10050,
10054,
10064,
10231,
10254,
10261,
10325,
10049,
10053,
10062,
10229,
10238,
10259,
10265,
10347
10062,
10229,
10232,
10239,
10259,
10280
10064,
10230,
10238,
10254,
10265,
CXC
10054, 10234
CyberHome
10294
Cytron
10152, 10310
Daewoo
10047,
10049,
10064,
10231,
10252,
10280,
10347,
10353
Dansai
10353
Dawa
10353
Daytron
10047, 10049,
10064, 10252,
10352, 10353
10048,
10053,
10076,
10240,
10259,
10325,
10352,
Clairtone
10274
Clarion
10234
Clarivox
10353
Dayu
10458
Clatronic
10353
De Graaf
10275
Coby
10108
Decca
10348, 10353
Colortyme
10047, 10049
Dell
10019, 10124
Colt
10344
Denon
10239
Commercial
Solutions
10230
Denstar
10284
Denver
10353
Concerto
10047, 10049,
10265
Desmet
10353
Condor
10353
Diamant
10353
Conrowa
10422, 10460,
10462
Diamond Vision
10216, 10328
Digatron
10353
Contec
10234, 10268,
10269, 10274,
10353
Dimensia
10016
Disney
10093
Contec/Cony
10052, 10054
Dixi
10353
Cosmel
10353
DongBao
10448
Craig
10054, 10234
Dong Da
Crosley
10034, 10044,
10076
10362, 10368,
10448, 10460
Donghai
Crown
10054, 10058,
10234, 10240,
10259, 10353
10362, 10368,
10460
DongHua
10448
Donglin
10391
Dual
10353
Dumont
10020, 10047,
10228, 10252,
10266
Crown Mustang
10240
CTX
10115
Curtis Mathes
10016, 10027,
10034, 10044,
10047, 10049,
10362,10368,
10376,10384,
62
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Durabrand
10042, 10078,
10227, 10234,
10236, 10248,
10272
10460
Feiyan
10376, 10384,
10385, 10392,
10462
Feiyue
10360,
10366,
10368,
10380,
10460,
Fenmenti
10353
Fenner
10352
Ferguson
10048
Fidelity
10353
Filmnet
10440
Finlandia
10275
Finlux
10266
10046, 10047,
10049, 10078
Firstline
10352, 10353
Elektra
10228
Firstar
10340
Element
10136
Fisher
10270, 10275
ELG
10353
FlexVision
10287
Elin
10353
Flint
10353
10042,
10049,
10054,
10064,
10078,
10234,
10252,
10269,
10273,
10325,
10353
Fraba
10353
Friac
10353
Frontech
10277
Fujitsu
10050, 10055,
10208, 10273
Funai
10042, 10054,
10055, 10234,
10273, 10324
Dux
10353
D-Vision
10353
Dwin
10232, 10293
Dynatech
10262
Dynatron
10353
Dynex
10143, 10189
Ectec
10278
Eiki
10169, 10170
Electroband
10046, 10274
Electrograph
10206, 10321
Electrohome
Emerson
10047,
10052,
10055,
10076,
10135,
10236,
10259,
10272,
10274,
10347,
10362,
10367,
10378,
10457,
10461
Emprex
10215
Furi
10336
Envision
10047, 10049,
10112, 10229,
10254, 10316
Futuretech
10054, 10234,
10277
Galaxis
10353
Epson
10113, 10302
Ganxin
10457, 10461
Erres
10250, 10353
Gateway
ESA
10042, 10127
10119, 10206,
10241, 10322
ESC
10353
GBC
10352
Ether
10330
GE
Euroman
10353
Europa
10353
Exquisit
10353
10016,
10049,
10057,
10088,
10253,
10272,
10345
Feilang
10362, 10368,
10460
Feilu
10360, 10362,
10368, 10457,
Version 12/1/2009
GEC
10353
Geloso
10352
Genexxa
10353
63
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10047,
10056,
10070,
10230,
10264,
10280,
GFM
10040, 10140
Gibralter
10020, 10047,
10228, 10229,
10252, 10254
GoldStar
10047,10048,
10049,10052,
10064,10065,
10229,10252,
10254,10256,
10272,10346,
10353
Goodmans
10352, 10353
Gradiente
10036, 10118,
10265, 10271
Granada
10048, 10275,
10353
Grandin
10352, 10353
Great Wall
10349
Grundig
10240, 10258,
10266, 10281,
10353
Grunpy
10054, 10055,
10234, 10273
Haier
10139,10148,
10174,10209,
10227,10247,
10354,10380,
10395,10396,
10399,10403,
10404,10414,
10416,10417,
10418,10419,
10421,10423,
10424,10466
HaiHong
10362,10368,
10369,10370,
10371,10372,
10373,10391,
10395,10448,
10460
Haile
10375
Haiyan
10360,
10367,
10378,
10384,
10392,
10461,
Hallmark
10047,10049,
10272
Hankook
10234,10330,
10339
Hannspree
10315
Hanseatic
10353
Hantarex
10313,10353
10366,
10376,
10380,
10385,
10457,
10462
VIZIO SV320XVT & SV370XVT User Manual
Hantor
10353
Huanghaimei
10362,10368,
10460
Harley Davidson
10260, 10273,
10324
Huanghe
10360,
10366,
10368,
10380,
10395,
10457,
10461
Harman/Kardon
10034, 10044
Harvard
10054, 10234
Harwood
10353
Hauppauge
10353
Havermy
10232
HCM
10279, 10353
Helios
10145
Hello Kitty
10210, 10280
Hewlett Packard
10101, 10301
Highline
10353
Himitsu
10234, 10284
Hinari
10353
Hisense
10121,10288,
10338,10350,
10356,10358,
10361,10368,
10381,10382,
10386,10395,
10396,10397,
10400,10401,
10407,10408,
10416,10417,
10418,10419,
10426,10428,
10431,10459
Hitachi
Hitachi Fujian
Hornyphone
Hongmei
10362,
10367,
10378,
10383,
10406,
10460,
Huanglong
10362,10368,
10460
Huangshan
10360,10362,
10366,10367,
10368,10375,
10376,10378,
10380,10384,
10385,10392,
10457,10460,
10461,10462
Huanyu
10352,10359,
10360,10366,
10367,10376,
10378,10380,
10384,10385,
10386,10387,
10392,10457,
10459,10461,
10462
Huaqiang
10376, 10384,
10385, 10392,
10462
Huari
10462
Humax
10197
10047,10048,
10049,10052,
10131,10184,
10239,10256,
10265,10324,
10353
Huodateji
10455
Hypson
10277, 10353
Hyundai
10171, 10224
Iberia
10353
10048, 10457,
10459, 10461,
10462
ICE
10277
Iio
10149, 10151,
10307, 10320
IMA
10054
Imperial
10353
10353
10359,
10362,
10367,
10376,
10380,
10386,
10392,
10460,
10462
10360,
10366,
10368,
10378,
10385,
10387,
10457,
10461,
Hongyan
10457, 10462
Hotel TV
10447
HP
10301
Huafa
10460
Imperial Crown
10458, 10462
Indiana
10353
Infinity
10034, 10044,
10058
InFocus
10125, 10290
Initial
10151, 10320
Innova
10258
Insignia
10141, 10142,
10143, 10181,
64
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10310
Inteq
10228
Interbuy
10353
Interfunk
10353
Internal
10353
Intervision
10277, 10353
IR
10351, 10352,
10353
Irradio
10353
IRT
10280, 10284
Isukai
10353
ITS
10353
ITV
10352, 10353
Janeil
10066, 10261
JBL
10034, 10044,
10058
JC Penney
10016,
10048,
10050,
10057,
10064,
JCB
10046
Jean
10231, 10331,
10338, 10340
Jensen
10047, 10049,
10291
Jiahua
10357, 10363,
10375, 10376,
10411, 10455
JiaLiCai
10414, 10448,
10460, 10462
Jinfeng
10357, 10360,
10365, 10455,
10457
Jinhai
10359, 10386,
10387
Jinlipu
10386
Jinque
10457, 10460,
10462
Jinta
10460, 10461,
10462
Jinxing
10333,
10338,
10360,
10368,
10376,
10383,
10389,
10392,
10397,
10047,
10049,
10056,
10062,
10065
10336,
10358,
10367,
10375,
10377,
10386,
10390,
10394,
10408,
VIZIO SV320XVT & SV370XVT User Manual
10426,10457,
10462
Juhua
10457,10461,
10462
JVC
10036,10037,
10038,10052,
10057,10059,
10078,10257
Kaige
10457,10460,
10461,10462
Kaisui
10353
Kamp
10246
Kangchong
10359,10386,
10387
Kanghua
10395
Kangli
10422,10448,
10457,10458,
10460,10461,
10462
Kangyi
10390,10460,
10462
Kawasho
10046,10047,
10049,10246,
10269
Kaypani
10263
KDS
10295
KEC
10234
Kendo
10353
Kenwood
10047,10049,
10229,10252,
10254
Kioto
10034,
10282
Kiton
10353
KLH
10075
Kloss
10261
Kloss
Novabeam 10054,10066
Kneissel
10352,10353
Kolin
10048,10234,
10337
Kongque
10457,10460,
10461,10462
Konka
10211, 10237,
10284,
10355,
10363,
10375,
10389,
10392,
10402,
Korpel
Version 12/1/2009
10353,
10360,
10372,
10388,
10391,
10397,
10430
Kost
10306
MAG
10295
Kreisen
10298
Magnasonic
10325,10347
KTV
10054,10064,
10229,10234,
10246,10254,
10259,10274
Magnavox
Kuaile
10460,10462
Kunlun
10357,
10365,
10376,
10378,
10455,
10458,
10034,10044,
10047,10049,
10050,10058,
10073,10086,
10089,10134,
10229,10254,
10257,10273,
10316,10324,
10351
Magnin
10345
10360,
10368,
10377,
10379,
10457,
10462
Magnum
10353
Lecson
10353
Majestic
10045
Lenco
10352,10353
Manesth
10277, 10353
Leyco
10277,10353
Manhattan
10353
LG
10019,10048,
10100,10129,
10167,10175,
10185,10198,
10199,10200,
10219,10225,
10245,10254,
10265,10272,
10286,10323,
10353
Marantz
10034,10044,
10047,10049,
10058,10114,
10212,10229,
10254,10258,
10353
Mark
10352, 10353
Matsui
10275, 10348,
10351, 10353
Matsushita
10235, 10285
Maxent
10144, 10201,
10206, 10292
Liesenk & Tter
10353
Lifetec
10352, 10353
Lihua
10457
Lloyd's
10324
Mediator
10250, 10353
Local India TV
10275
Medion
10353
Loewe
10058
Megapower
10219, 10286
Loewe Opta
10353
Megatron
10049, 10239,
10248, 10272
Logik
10045, 10351
MEI
10274
Longjiang
10360, 10376,
10384, 10385,
10392, 10457,
10462
Meile
10457, 10461,
10462
MeiShi
10390
Lumatron
10353
Memorex
Lux May
10353
Luxman
10047, 10049,
10265
10042,
10048,
10078,
10272,
10343,
LXI
10016,
10044,
10058,
10233,
Mengmei
10461
Mercury
10353
Metz
10281, 10353
MGA
10047,
10049,
10252,
10272,
10034,
10049,
10230,
10272
M& S
10034
Melectronic
10352, 10353
Madison
10353
10353
65
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10045,
10049,
10236,
10273,
10346
10048,
10229,
10254,
10345
VIZIO SV320XVT & SV370XVT User Manual
Micromaxx
10462
10353
Midland
10020,
10064,
10228,
10256,
10057,
10065,
10230,
10259
NEC
10047,
10049,
10212,
10229,
10254,
10265,
10351,
10048,
10162,
10218,
10252,
10257,
10271,
10352
Orion
10078, 10193,
10236, 10273,
10351, 10353
Orline
10353
Osaki
10277, 10279,
10348, 10352,
10353
Minato
10353
Minerva
10048, 10266,
10281
Neckermann
10353
Osio
10353
Minoka
10279, 10353
NEI
10353
Osume
10353
Mintek
10151, 10320
Neovia
10313
Otto Versand
10249, 10281,
10353
Minutz
10056, 10253
Netsat
10258, 10353
Mitsubishi
Palladium
10353
10047,10048,
10049,10092,
10182,10183,
10232,10252,
10267,10272,
10281,10353
Net-TV
10158, 10206,
10292
Palsonic
10353
Neufunk
10353
Panama
10277, 10353
New Tech
10353
Panasonic
Newave
10231, 10335,
10339
Nikkai
10277, 10353
Nikko
10049, 10053,
10229, 10231,
10254, 10272
10010,
10012,
10014,
10048,
10058,
10085,
10173,
10235,
10285,
Nisato
10278
Panasonic/National
10353
Nokia
10352
Panavision
10353
Norcent
10112, 10288,
10301, 10316
Panda
Nordmende
10353
Normerel
10353
Norwood Micro
10307
10348
Noshi
10251
10380,10411,
10438,10455,
10457,10460,
10462
Novatronic
10352, 10353
NTC
10053, 10231
Okano
10353
Multitec
10353
10357,10359,
10360,10362,
10365,10366,
10367,10368,
10369,10371,
10376,10378,
10380,10383,
10384,10385,
10386,10387,
10390,10392,
10394,10405,
10406,10415,
10422,10455,
10457,10460,
10461,10462
Olevia
Multitech
10054,10234,
10246,10262,
10353
10096,
10111,
10243,
10305,
Penney
Multivision
10060
NAD
10049,10233,
10258,10265,
10272
10229,
10233,
10248,
10252,
10254,
10259,
10345,
Perdio
10353
Perfekt
10353
Philco
10034,
10047,
10049,
10052,
10078,
10252,
10353
MoDeng
10390
Monivision
10219, 10222,
10286
Montgomery
Ward
10045
Morgans
10353
Motorola
10232, 10264,
10295
Moxell
10295
MTC
10047,10048,
10049,10062,
10229,10238,
10246,10252,
10254,10262,
10265,10274
MTEC
MuDan
Naiko
10353
10105,
10242,
10303,
10311
Olympus
10314
Onwa
10054, 10234
Opera
10353
Oppo
10155
Optimus
10235, 10285,
10343
Nakamichi
10318
Nanbao
10460,10462
Optoma
10126, 10194
Nansheng
10360,10376,
10384,10385,
10392,10457,
Optonica
10061, 10232
Orbit
10353
66
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10011,
10013,
10015,
10057,
10080,
10102,
10176,
10264,
10343
10230,
10238,
10251,
10253,
10256,
10272,
10346
10044,
10048,
10050,
10058,
10229,
10254,
VIZIO SV320XVT & SV370XVT User Manual
Philips
10029,
10031,
10033,
10035,
10047,
10050,
10058,
10074,
10134,
10187,
10258,
10352,
10030,
10032,
10034,
10044,
10048,
10052,
10072,
10104,
10177,
10250,
10282,
10353
Protech
10277,10353
Rex
10277
Proton
10047,10049,
10052,10248,
10255,10263,
10272
RFT
10353
Rhapsody
10246,10274
R-Line
10353
Roadstar
10277, 10353
Rowa
10429
Runco
10020,10212,
10218,10228,
10229,10254
Ruyi
10457,10459,
10461
Saige
10457,10460
Saisho
10277, 10351
Saivod
10353
Sampo
10047,10049,
10064,10065,
10161,10206,
10229,10254,
10256,10259,
10263,10292
Samsung
10026,10027,
10028,10047,
10048,10049,
10052,10062,
10064,10065,
10127,10128,
10132,10137,
10138,10168,
10229,10238,
10252,10254,
10256,10258,
10265,10272,
10277,10353
Samsux
10259
Sanjian
10462
Sansei
10280
Sansui
10078,10107,
10236,10324,
10353
Sanyo
10047,10048,
10097,10192,
10202,10270,
10275,10345,
10351
Sanyuan
10360,10362,
10366,10367,
10368,10378,
10380,10457,
10460,10461
Protron
10106,10309
Proview
10120,10136,
10295
Provision
10353
Philips Magnavox
10031, 10034,
10072, 10073
Pulsar
10020,10047,
10228,10252
Phoenix
10353
Pye
10250,10352,
10353
Phonola
10250, 10353
Qingdao
10455,10457,
10462
Pilot
10047,
10229,
10254,
10450,
10452,
10454
10064,
10252,
10259,
10451,
10453,
Pioneer
10047, 10049,
10212, 10353
Pionier
10353
Plantron
10353
Plasmsync
10165
Playsonic
10353
Polaroid
10075,
10109,
10145,
10295,
10310
Polestar
10441
Portland
10047,
10049,
10064,
10252,
10352
10100,
10136,
10190,
10306,
10048,
10053,
10231,
10259,
Powerpoint
10353
Praxis
10443
Price Club
10062
Prima
10117, 10148,
10213, 10221,
10291
Princeton
10219, 10286
Prism
10057
Profitronic
10353
Proline
10353
Proscan
10016, 10230
Prosonic
10352, 10353
Version 12/1/2009
Quasar
10057,10235,
10264,10285,
10343
Quelle
10249,10266,
10281,10351,
10353,10437
Radio
Shack/Realistic
10016,10047,
10049,10052,
10054,10061,
10064,10065
Radiola
10250, 10353
Radiomarelli
10353
RadioShack
10016,
10230,
10252,
10256,
10265,
10324,
Radiotone
10353
RBM
10266
RCA
10229,
10234,
10254,
10259,
10272,
10353
10016,10017,
10018,10047,
10048,10049,
10068,10077,
10081,10188,
10230,10238,
10251,10252,
10345
Realistic
10016,10229,
10234,10252,
10254,10256,
10259,10265,
10272
Recor
10353
Rectiligne
10353
SBR
10250,10353
Reflex
10353
Sceptre
10123
Revox
10353
Schneider
10353
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Scimitsu
10457,10460,
10462
10252
Scotch
10049, 10272
Scott
10047,
10052,
10055,
10234,
10272,
Sears
10049,
10054,
10150,
10252,
10273
10016,10034,
10042,10044,
10047,10049,
10055,10059,
10067,10160,
10230,10233,
10265,10270,
10272,10273,
10324,10346
Seg
10277,10353
SEI
10249,10353
SEI-Sinudyne
10353
Semivox
10234
Shancha
10457,10462
Shangguangdian
10445
Shanghai
10359,
10362,
10366,
10368,
10378,
10384,
10386,
10392,
10460,
10462,
10353
Shivaki
10353
Srypton
10353
SSS
10047, 10054,
10234, 10252
10353
Silva Schneider
10353
Standard
10352, 10353
SIM2 Multimedia
10308
Starlite
Simpson
10050
10054, 10234,
10353
Strato
10353
Singer
10353
Sinudyne
10249,10353
Studio Experience
10222
Sunstar
10353
Sunwood
10353
SuperScan
10041, 10232,
10297
SuperTech
10353
Supre-Macy
10066, 10261
Supreme
10046
SVA
10145, 10247,
10283, 10288
Sylvania
10034,10035,
10039,10040,
10041,10042,
10043,10044,
10047,10049,
10050,10058,
10133,10229,
10254
Symphonic
10041,10042,
10054,10067,
10234,10324
Synco
10231,10280,
10329,10334,
10335,10339
Syntax
10105,10243,
10303,10305,
10311
Syntax-Brillian
10105,10160
Sysline
10353
Tacico
10231,10339
Tactus
10348
TaiWah
10444
Sky
10258,10353
Skygiant
10234
Skyworth
10360,10368,
10376,10381,
10382,10389,
10390,10392,
10397,10409,
10413,10415,
10420,10432,
10457,10462
10353
Sonoko
10353
Sonolor
10275
Sontec
10353
Sony
10000,10001,
10002,10003,
10004,10005,
10046,10071,
10084,10130,
10172,10249,
10324,10351,
10353
10360,10362,
10368,10376,
10381,10382,
10042, 10067
Silva
Sonneclair
10456
Squareview
10306
10275
10386, 10448
10295
Signet
Sonitron
ShengCai
10248
Spectroniq
10045
10022,
10024,
10047,
10052,
10064,
10232,
10268
10232, 10335
Spectricon
Signature
10353
Sheng Chia
10180, 10319
10281,10353
Soniko
10362,10368,
10376,10384,
10385,10392,
10460,10462
10334, 10338
SOYO
Siemens
10448
Shencai
Sowa
10422
SongRi
10231
10309
Shuyuan
10356, 10360,
10366, 10457,
10459, 10461
Shen Ying
Sova
10047,10252
10460
10023,
10025,
10049,
10061,
10103,
10259,
10353
Shogun
Songbai
Shaofeng
Shenyang
Shintoshi
10353
10358
Shengli
10460
Solavox
Shanshui
Sharp
10360,
10363,
10367,
10376,
10380,
10385,
10387,
10457,
10461,
10467
Sherwood
10272, 10273
Soundwave
Sound & Vision
10352
Soundesign
10047, 10049,
10050, 10054,
10055, 10234,
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Taishan
10360,
10368,
10371,
10373,
10379,
10460
10362,
10370,
10372,
10374,
10457,
Telestar
10353
United
10353
Teletech
10353
Universal
10056, 10353
Teleview
10353
Universum
Tennessee
10353
10277, 10281,
10351, 10353
Univox
10353
US Logic
10307
Vector Research
10229, 10254
Vegavox
10439
Vestel
10353
Vexa
10353
Vibrant
10348
Victor
10036, 10059
Video Concepts
10267
Tandy
10232
Tensai
10352, 10353
Tantec
10348
Tera
10255
Tashiko
10353
Tevion
10353
Tatung
10147,
10241,
10262,
10307,
10331,
10338,
10351
Texet
10352
TCL
10179,
10248,
10264,
10322,
10334,
10348,
10383,10384,
10389,10390,
10398,10410,
10420,10425,
10429,10463
Teac
10277,10279,
10353
Tec
10353
Tech Line
10353
Technics
10057,10235
Technol Ace
10273
Technovision
10446
Techview
10223,10296
Techwood
10047,10049,
10057,10248,
10265
Teco
10331,10335,
10339
Teknika
10034,
10045,
10048,
10050,
10053,
10055,
10064,
10234,
10252,
10265,
10044,
10047,
10049,
10052,
10054,
10062,
10231,
10238,
10259,
10273
Thomas
10324
Thomson
10016, 10353
Thorn
10348, 10353
Thorn-Ferguson
10438
Tiane
10457
Videocon
10436
TMK
10047, 10049,
10265, 10272
Videosystem
10353
TNCi
10228
Vidikron
TOBO
10460, 10462
10034, 10044,
10212, 10276
Tokai
10352, 10353
Vidtech
Tongguang
10376, 10384,
10385, 10392,
10462
10047, 10048,
10049, 10252,
10257, 10272
Viewsonic
10094,
10191,
10204,
10206,
10299,
Viking
10066, 10261
Viore
10149, 10304
Visart
10312
Visco
10157
Vision
10353
Vito
10434
VIZIO
10047,
10122,
10241,
10299,
10323,
Tophouse
10234
Toshiba
10006,
10008,
10062,
10079,
10083,
10090,
10212,
10238,
10257,
10285
10007,
10009,
10063,
10082,
10087,
10091,
10233,
10245,
10266,
Tosonic
10274
Totevision
10064, 10259
Trans Continens
10353
Transonic
10353
Trical
10268
Vortec
10353
Trutech
10146
Waltham
10353
Tuntex
10231, 10330
Wards
10016,
10044,
10047,
10049,
10056,
10061,
10252,
10254,
10272,
Warumaia
10458
Telecaption
10063
Telecor
10353
TVS
Telefunken
10027, 10265,
10353
10078, 10236
Uher
10352, 10353
Telefusion
10353
Ultra
10278
Telegazi
10353
Ultravox
10353
Telesonic
10353
Unic Line
10353
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10110,
10203,
10205,
10297,
10314
10094,
10166,
10297,
10322,
11000
10034,
10045,
10048,
10055,
10058,
10229,
10253,
10265,
10273
VIZIOSV320XVT
& SV370XVT
UserManual
Watson
10353
Wega
10353
Xiangyu
10362,10368,
10375,10460
Xihu
10360,
10367,
10378,
10384,
10422,
10461,
10366,
10376,
10380,
10392,
10457,
10462
Yapshe
10341
YingGe
10448,10460,
10461
Yoko
10277
Yonggu
10460,10461
Wega Color
10435
Weipai
10460
Westinghouse
10094, 10098,
10186, 10299
Youlanasi
10457,10461
Wharfedale
10353
Xinaghai
10460,10462
Yousida
10460
White
Westinghouse
10076, 10078,
10236, 10353
Xingfu
10362,10368,
10460
Yuhang
10362,10368,
10460
WinBook
10317
Xinghai
Zenith
Wyse
10316
10362,10368,
10376,10384,
10385,10392
Xiahua
10360,10362,
10367,10368,
10370,10376,
10380,10384,
10385,10390,
10392,10425,
10457,10460,
10462
Xinsida
10467
Xuelian
10359,10366,
10367,10378,
10380,10386,
10387,10461
10019,10020,
10021,10045,
10047,10069,
10078,10198,
10228,10231,
10236,10245,
10272,10324
Zhuhai
10362,10368,
10379,10460
Zonda
10248
Xiangyang
ABC
10376,10384,
10385,10392,
10462
40030,
40032,
40053,
40126,
40031,
40034,
40107,
40127
Yamaha
10047,10048,
10049,10229,
10252,10254
Yamishi
10353
Clearmaster
40112
Gehua
40007
ClearMax
40112
Gemini
40043, 40108,
40123
Colour Voice
40039
Comcast
40000,40007
General
Instrument
40007, 40031,
40105
Adelphia
40001
Allegro
40038
Comtronics
40040
GoldStar
40040, 40109
Antronix
40036, 40037
Contec
40041
Goodmind
40123, 40124
Apache
40124
Coolmax
40112
Hamlin
40044, 40045
Archer
40037, 40038,
40123
COX
40000
Hitachi
40031
Daeryung
40071
Hytex
40126
Digi
40117
Illico
40119
Director
40007
Jasco
40038, 40108
Dumont
40117
Jerrold
Eastern
40042
Emerson
40123
40007, 40031,
40043, 40053,
40067, 40105,
40108
Everquest
40040,40108
LG
40116
Focus
40111
Linsay
40132
Garrard
40038
Magnavox
40046
MegaCable
40007
Memorex
40047, 40107
AT&T
BBT
40003
40129
Belcor
40125
Bell & Howell
40033
Bell South
40113
Cable Star
40125
Cable Vision
40005
Cabletenna
40036
Cableview
40035
Century
40038
GC
Electronics
40037,40125
Citizen
40038, 40118
GE
40030,40031
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Motorola
40000, 40003,
40007, 40072,
40105
Regal
40045
Regency
40042
Movie Time
40048
Rembrandt
40031
Multitech
40112
Rogers
40119
Multivision
40120
Runco
40107
NEC
40033
Samsung
NET Brazil
40070
40006, 40040,
40049, 40069,
40109
Nexus
40124
Nova Vision
40121
Scientific
Atlanta
40001, 40002,
40003, 40034,
40071, 40106
Novaplex
40134
Signal
NSC
40048
40040, 40043,
40108
Oak
40041, 40126
Signature
40031
Pace
40006, 40110
SL Marx
40040
Sony
40005, 40114
Standard
40050
Panasonic
40051, 40107
Panther
40117
Component
Paragon
40107
Philips
40038, 40039,
40046
Pioneer
40002, 40049,
40071, 40109
Popular
Mechanics
40111
Prelude
40124
Proscan
40030, 40031
Pulsar
40107
Quasar
40107
RadioShack
40108, 40112,
40123
RCA
40035
Realistic
40037
Recoton
40111
Version 12/1/2009
TIME
WARNER
40004
Timeless
40040
Tocom
40032
Torx
40115
Toshiba
40107
Trans PX
40105
Tristar
40112
TS
40115
Tusa
40043, 40108
TV86
40048
US
Electronics
40105
Unika
40036, 40037,
40038
United Artists
40126
United Cable
40053
Universal
40036, 40037,
40038, 40125
Starcom
40043, 40053,
40108
Stargate
40040, 40043,
40108, 40123,
40124
V2
40112
Videotron
40122
Starquest
40043, 40108
View Star
40041, 40046,
40048
StarSight
40131
Viewmaster
40112
Supercable
40105
ViewStar
40128
Supermax
40112
Vision
40112
Sylvania
40127
Vortex View
40112
Tandy
40128
Telecaption
40130
Zenith
40052, 40068,
40107, 40113
TeleView
40040
Zentek
40111
Texscan
40127
TFC
40133
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AccessH D
40096
GOI
40144
Alpha Digital
40096
Goodmind
40098
AlphaStar
40064
Hisense
40143
Apex Digital
40103
Hitachi
40029, 40065
Artec
40092
HTS
40144
CaptiveWorks
40088
Channel
Master
40097
Hughes
Network
Systems
40016, 40018,
40019, 40023,
40025, 40054,
40135
Chaparral
40056
Humax
40090
Coolsat
40089
Iio
40143
Coship
40093
Insignia
40082
Crossdigital
40146
Jerrold
40142
Digital Stream
40102
JVC
DirecTV
40014,40015,
40016,40017,
40018,40019,
40020,40023,
40024,40025,
40028,40029,
40054,40055,
40077,40078,
40079,40135,
40136,40138,
40141
40008, 40021,
40144
Lasonic
40099
LG
40082
Magnavox
40028, 40094
Memorex
40028
MicroGem
40100
Mitsubishi
40023, 40085
40008,40009,
40010,40011,
40021,40137,
40139,40144
Motorola
40140, 40142
Next Level
40142
Panasonic
40017, 40083
Dishpro
40137,40139,
40144
Pansat
40086
Drake
40057
Paysat
40028
PCT
40097
Philco
40094
Philips
40016, 40023,
40025, 40027,
40028, 40079,
40135
Dish Network
System
Echostar
40008,40021,
40137,40139,
40144,40145
Expressvu
40139,40144,
40145
GE
40012,40013,
40098
Pioneer
40016
40058,40142
Primestar
40063
General
Instrument
ABS
20410
Alienware
20410
AT&T
20245
Bang & Olufsen
20412
CyberPower
20410
Dell
20410
DirecTV
20238,
20241,
20405,
20409,
Dish Network
20408
Dishpro
20408
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20240,
20243,
20406,
20411
Proscan
40012, 40013,
40138
Proton
40143
RadioShack
40142
RCA
40012,
40014,
40055,
40075,
40078,
40091
Realistic
40059
Samsung
40016, 40018,
40024, 40025,
40026, 40081
Sharp
40084
Sonicview
40101
Sony
40015, 40022,
40074, 40076,
40136
Star Choice
40140, 40142
STS
40066
STS1
40060
STS3
40061
STS4
40062
Tivax
40096
Tivo
40016, 40025
Toshiba
40019
UltimateTV
40136
Uniden
40028
US Digital
40143
Viewsat
40087
Voom
40142
Winegard
40104
Zenith
40020, 40082
Zentech
40095
40013,
40025,
40073,
40077,
40080,
Echostar
20408
Expressvu
20408
Gateway
20410
GOI
20408
Hewlett Packard
20410
Howard
20410
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UserManual
Computers
Bang & Olufsen
20302
20143, 20144
Blaupunkt
20136, 20301
Insignia
20142
Blue Parade
20298
LG
20132
Bose
20238
Marantz
20145, 20146
20076, 20086,
20393, 20394
Hush
20410
Panasonic
20128, 20129,
20130, 20197, 20198
BOSS
20138
Boston Acoustics
20331
iBUYPOWER
20410
JVC
20238, 20408
Linksys
20410
Media Center PC
20410
Microsoft
20410
HTS
20408
Denon
Hughes Network
Systems
20240, 20238,
20241, 20243,
20407
Humax
Mind
20410
Niveus Media
20410
Northgate
20410
Panasonic
20245
Philips
20238, 20240,
20241, 20242,
20243, 20407
RCA
20238, 20243,
20407, 20409,
20411
ReplayTV
20244
Samsung
20241, 20243,
20407
Sonic Blue
20244
Sony
20239, 20410
Stack
20410
Systemax
20410
Tagar Systems
20410
Pioneer
20134, 20147
Brand
20383
Samsung
20015, 20125
Broksonic
20007, 20282
Sharp
20139, 20140, 20141
Caixing
20389
Sony
20005
22000
California Audio
Labs
20284
VIZIO
Cambridge Sound
Works
20203
Caravell
20362
Accele Vision
20137
CAVS
20210
Accurian
20311
Changhong
20285, 20345
Advent
20288
CineVision
20114, 20306
Aiko
20348
Clarion
20154
Aiwa
20207
Classic
20131
Akai
20161, 20282,
20317
Coby
20087, 20095,
20123, 20289
Akishi
20349
Conic
20370
Akustic
20348
Curtis
20095
Alco
20286
Curtis Mathes
20308
Allegro
20306
CyberHome
Alpine
20152
20028, 20070,
20307, 20323,
20326
Amphion Media
Works
20151, 20330
Cytron
20160
Daewoo
20093, 20306,
20317
Dayu
20388
DCS
20363
Denca
20367
Denon
20108, 20115,
20143, 20144,
20284
Desay
20185
Diamond Vision
20237
Dihe
20338
Ding Tian
20342
Disney
20090, 20096
Dual
20172
20238, 20239,
20240, 20242,
20243
AMW
20151
Anam
20392
20410
Aodeiong
20358
Touch
20410
Apex
UltimateTV
20411
20024,
20026,
20085,
20300,
Viewsonic
20410
Voodoo
20410
ZT Group
20410
Tivo
Toshiba
Apple
20189
Arrgo
20307
Aspire
20209, 20290
Astar
20181
ATLM
20369
Audiovox
20106, 20116,
20286
Axion
Version 12/1/2009
20025,
20027,
20111,
20301
20162
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Durabrand
20309
iSymphony
20190
DVD2000
20295
Jamo
20206
Dynex
20193
JBL
Eclipse
20126
Electrohome
20395
Emerson
20041, 20135,
20283, 20303,
20310
Enterprise
20303
ESA
20182, 20310
Fisher
20168, 20304
Funai
Magnavox
20081,20142,
20283,20294,
20297,20310
20104,20305
Malata
20346
Jensen
20171,20289,
20397
Marantz
20145,20146,
20297
Jieke
20390
Maxview
20368
Jingewangpai
20375
Mclntosh
20211
Jingwei
20336
Memorex
20090,20282
Jinwang
20377
Microsoft
20296
Jugao
20359
Mintek
20159,20301
JVC
20029,20030,
20031,20032,
20033,20034,
20035,20036,
20037,20098,
20119,20195,
20299
Mitsubishi
20092,20295
Mitsui
20353
Mitzu
20348
NAD
20156,20333
Nakamichi
20170,20400
Napa
20350
Nesa
20301
Next Base
20312
NexxTech
20187
Niro
20401
Norcent
20095,20221
Okon
20385
Onkyo
20099,20110,
20285,20294
Oppo
20163,20188
Oritron
20101,20292
Other Brand
20373
Pai Gao
20360
Panasonic
20016,20017,
20018,20019,
20020,20021,
20022,20023,
20073,20075,
20080,20118,
20128,20129,
20130,20197,
20198,20222,
20229,20230,
20232,20233,
20284,20294
Panda
20379
Parasound
20212
Philco
20286,20351
Philips
20006,20040,
20041,20081,
20294,20297,
20310
Gateway
20327
GE
20082, 20296,
20301
Gewang
20361
GFM
20149
Giec
20355
Go Video
Jwin
20169,20219
Kawasaki
20286
KEF
20398
20306, 20327,
20396
Kennood
20386
GoldStar
20167
Kenwood
20122,20284
GPX
20112
Ketai
20376
Gradiente
20158, 20284
KLH
20286,20301
Greenhill
20301
Klipsch
20332
Grundig
20297
Konka
20316
Haier
20165, 20340
Koss
20101,20199,
20292
Haitai
20364
Lafayette
20351
Landel
20312
Haoji
20384
Harman/Kardon
20124, 20305
Hisense
20344
Lasonic
20155,20220,
20399
20365
Hitachi
20013, 20232
Legend-V
Hiteker
20300
Lenoxx
20291,20309
Huabao
20375
Lexicon
20314
Huabaojamo
20334
LG
iLive
20205
Iio
20159
20091,20100,
20117,20132,
20180,20303,
20306
iLuv
20174
Linshuma
20378
Initial
20159, 20301
Liquid Video
20292
LiteOn
Insignia
20142, 20150,
20164, 20202,
20310
20102,20235,
20236,20311,
20327
Integra
20285, 20298
Loewe
20313,20320
Longzhipai
20354
74
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20314
Sharp
20120,20139,
20140,20141,
20204,20328
Sharper Image
20323
Sherwood
20203,20317
20027,20133,
20208,20402
Shinco
20136
Polk Audio
20297
Shinsonic
20159,20293
Portland
20317
Shumaling
20337
Power Sound
20348
Sigma Designs
20315
Prima
20192,20403
Skyworth
20375
Primas
20335
Sonashi
20356
Princeton
20315
Sonic Blue
20306,20396
Proceed
20300
Sonico
20352
Proscan
20082,20296
Sony
Protron
20213
Pye
20166
Qinghuatongfang
20382
Qisheng
20372
Qixing
20391
20000,20001,
20002,20003,
20004,20005,
20071,20074,
20078,20084,
20089,20177,
20178,20179,
20194,20223,
20224,20225,
20293
Qwestar
20101
RCA
20038,20039,
20082,20286,
20296,20298,
20301
Pioneer
Polaroid
Regent
Rio
Rotel
20042,20043,
20044,20045,
20134,20147,
20234,20298
20291
20306
20287
Royal
20351
Saba
20404
Sampo
20157,20325,
20328
Samsung
20011,20012,
20013,20014,
20015,20077,
20079,20083,
20088,20125,
20176,20191,
20231,20284
Urban Concepts
20294
US Logic
20159
Venturer
20201,20286
Victor
20380
VIZIO
20322,20324,
22000
Vocopro
20175,20216
VocoStar
20217
Wanbao
20355
Wanyan
20346
Weifa
20381
Westinghouse
20113
Xbox
20296
Xianpai
20338
Xindai
20387
Yamaha
20016, 20107,
20284,20297
20103,20283
YMT
20356
Supersonic
20351
Youbishen
20341
SVA
20319
Yuxing
20339
Sylvania
20041,20103,
20148,20149,
20283,20310,
20329
Zenith
20091, 20094,
20097,20294,
20303,20306
Symphonic
20103,20183
Tatung
20366
TCL
20371
Teac
20136,20286
Technics
20284
Techwood
20153
Terapin
20321
Tianli
20343
Toshiba
20006,20007,
20008,20009,
20010,20072,
20105,20109,
20121,20196,
20226,20227,
Version 12/1/2009
20173
Superscan
20200,20282,
20304
20374
20357
Tview
20184
Sanyo
Shanshui
Tsinghuatongfang
Sungale
20298
20327
20186, 20218
20215
Theta Digital
Sensory Science
Trutech
Spectroniq
20127,20282
20336
20318
20347
Sansui
Sast
Tredex
Sowa
20214,20299
Rowa
20228,20282,
20294
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Accurian
30164
ADA
30165
ADC
30133
Adcom
30104
Aiwa
30087,30162,
30260
Alco
30139
Altec Lansing
30166
AMC
30167
Amphion Media
Works
30140,30145
Amplifier
30200
VlZIO XVT472SV User Manual
Technologies
DBX
30174
AMW
30140
Dell
30217
Anam
30135, 30149
Delphi
30218
Antex
30168
Denon
Apex
30099
30051, 30052,
30053, 30054,
30055, 30102
Apple
30169
D-Link
30175
Aragon
30201
EAD
30219
Atlantic
30170
Technology
Eclipse
Audio Access
Elan
Audio Authority
Audio Tron
Audiophase
30202
30203
30171
30204
Kenwood
30036,
30038,
30040,
30071,
30137
30037,
30039,
30065,
30077,
KLH
30139
Klipsch
30147
Koss
30117, 30138
Krell
30110
30220
Lasonic
30156
30176
Left Coast
30130
Electrohome
30152
Lexicon
30224
Emerson
30112, 30256
LG
30093, 30264
Farenheit
30221
Ligitek
30183
Felston
30177
Linn
30162
Fonmix
30163
Luxman
30184
AudioSource
30205
Audiotronic
30136
Audiovox
30098, 30139
Fosgate
30170
LXI
30225
B &K
30105
GE
30046, 30128
Magnadyne
30226
Go Video
30153
Magnat
30227
GPX
30100, 30257
Magnavox
Griffin
30178
30066, 30133,
30136, 30162
Hanwah
30222
Magnum
Dynalab
30228
Harman/Kardon
30130, 30162
Marantz
iHome
30263
30106, 30130,
30136, 30162
iLive
30124
Mark Levinson
30185
iLuv
30258
Matrix Audio
30229
Imerge
30179
MCE
30230
Inkel
30223
Mclntosh
30111
Insignia
30120
Mediacom
30231
Insten
30180
Memorex
30186
Integra
30132
Meridian
30232
iPort
30181
Micromega
30233
iSymphony
30125, 30258
Mitsubishi
30096
Jamo
30126
Motorola
30234
JBL
30097
Musical Fidelity
30235
Jensen
30154
NAD
30143, 30148
Bang & Olufsen
Blaupunkt
30144
30206
Bondstec
30207
Bose
30062, 30076,
30150, 30151,
30261
Boston
Acoustics
30146
Cambridge
Soundworks
30121
Capetronic
30133, 30208
Carver
30136, 30162
Casio
30209
Celestion
30210
Clarion
30211
Classic
30109
Clatronic
30212
Coby
30092, 30213,
30262
Compaq
30172
Creative
30173
Jerrold
30182
Nakamichi
30142, 30157
Crown
30214
JVC
NEC
30131, 30236
Curtis
30103, 30215
30031, 30032,
30033, 30034,
30035, 30259
Netgear
30187
Curtis Mathes
30129
Jwin
30265
Nikko
30237
Daewoo
30216
KEF
30155
Niles
30238
Niro
30158
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30014,30015,
30016,30017,
30018,30068,
30072,30079,
30081,30095,
30132
Nubert
30188
Sanyo
30118
Nuvo
30239
Sharp
30101,30122,
30259
Olive
30189
Sherwood
Omnifi
30190
30089,30123
Shure
30131
Onkyo
30041,30042,
30043,30044,
30045,30067,
30069,30070,
30075,30080,
30091
Zektor
30198
SII
30247
Zenith
30090
Sonic Blue
30141,30153
Zon
30199
Sony
30000,30001,
30002,30003,
30004,30005,
30006,30007,
30056,30057,
30058,30059,
30061,30064,
30074,30077,
30082,30083,
30084,30085,
30086
Acoustic
Research
30294
ADC
30291
ADS
30295
Aiwa
30283
Akai
30292
ASI
33000
Audiophase
30282
Bose
30284
California Audio
Labs
30296
Cambridge
Audio
30297
Optimus
30129,30133,
30134,30135
Oritron
30138
Panasonic
30019,30020,
30021,30022,
30023,30115,
30116,30255
Parasound
30113
Penney
Performance
Soundesign
30128
30240
Soundmatters
30114
30241
Soundstream
30248
Spatializer
30192
SpeakerCraft
30249
30024,30025,
30026,30027,
30028,30029,
30030,30060,
30063,30078,
30127,30129,
30133,30134
Stereophonics
30134
Sunfire
30137
SuperTech
30250
Teac
30135,30139,
30258
Capetronic
30298
Polaroid
30159
Technics
30022,30050
Carrera
30299
Polk Audio
30107,30130,
30162
Techwood
30251
Carver
30300,30331,
30332
Teknika
30193
Prima
30160
30136
Cary Audio
Design
30301
Thorens
Tivoli Audio
30194
CCE
30302
Topline
30252
Clarion
30303
Toshiba
30108
Classic
30304
Universum
30253
Coby
30287
Vector
Research
30254
Cox Cable
33001
Creative
30305
Velodyne
30195
DBX
30306
Venturer
30119, 30139
Denon
30267
Wards
30127, 30128,
30162
Direct TV
33002
Xantech
30196
Dish Network
33003
Teknique
Philips
Pioneer
30094,30130,
30136,30162
Primare
30242
Proscan
30046
RCA
30046,30047,
30048,30049,
30088,30129,
30133,30134,
30135,30139
Revox
30243
Rio
30141
Roku
30191
Russound
30244
Saba
30161
Samsung
30073
Xitel
30197
DKK
30328
Sangean
30245
Yamaha
30162,30246
30008, 30009,
30010, 30011,
30012, 30013,
DMX
Electronics
30331
Sansui
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Dynamics
Audiovox
20248, 20267
Beaumark
20054, 20247
Bell & Howell
20246
Broksonic
20279
Calix
20248
Candle
20247, 20248
Canon
20249
CineVision
20280
Citizen
20247, 20248,
20420
Dynamic Bass
30332
Polk Audio
30331
Emerson
30279
Proton
30331
Garrard
30307
QED
30331
Genexxa
30329
Quad
30331
GPX
30280
RCA
30266
Harman/Kardon
30273
Realistic
30332
Hitachi
30308
Rotel
30331
iHome
30288
SAE
30331
iLuv
30286
Samsung
30323
Inkel
30309
Sansui
30331
Colortyme
20058
iSymphony
30286
Sanyo
30324
Colt
20417
JVC
30269, 30281
SAST
30331
Craig
Jwin
30290
20054, 20247,
20248
Sharp
30281
Kenwood
30310, 30330
Sherwood
30325
Curtis Mathes
20058, 20247,
20249
KLH
30311
Silsonic
30330
Cybernex
20054, 20247
Koss
30312
Sonic Frontiers
30331
CyberPower
20410
Krell
30331
Sony
30270, 30271,
30274
Daewoo
LG
30289
20060, 20250,
20420
Linn
30331
Super Atlas
33004
Davidson
20050
TAG McLaren
30331
DBX
20058
Teac
30286
Dell
20410
Technics
30277
Denon
20055
Techwood
30326
DIRECTV
20407
Tivoli Audio
30327
Durabrand
20067
VIZIO
33005
Dynatech
20050, 20250
Wards
30331
Electrohome
20052, 20248
Yamaha
30285
Electrophonic
20248
Zonda
30331
Emerson
20050, 20052,
20062, 20248,
20249, 20250,
20420
ABS
20410
Fisher
20246
Adventura
20050, 20250
Fuji
20249
Aiwa
20050, 20250
Funai
20050, 20062,
20250
Akai
20061
Garrard
20050, 20250
Alienware
20410
Gateway
20410
GE
20054, 20247,
20249, 20418
Luxman
Magnavox
Marantz
Mark Levinson
Mclntosh
Memorex
Miro
Mission
30293
30313
30314
30315
30316
30317
30328
30331
Musical Fidelity
30318
NAD
30319
Nakamichi
30320
NEC
30321
Nikko
30322
NSM
30331
Onkyo
30268
Optimus
30328, 30329,
30332
American
High
20249
Panasonic
30278
Apex
20415
Philips
30275, 30276
Asha
20054, 20247
Go Video
20054
Pioneer
30272
Audio
20058
GoldStar
20058, 20066,
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20248, 20419
Gradiente
20050, 20250
Harley
Davidson
20250
Harman/Kardon
20058
Headquarter
20246
Hewlett
Packard
Hitachi
Howard
20050,20054,
20067,20246,
20247,20248,
20249,20250,
20414,20416,
20419
MGA
20052, 20054,
20418
20410
MGN
Technology
20054, 20247
20050, 20055
Microsoft
20410
20410
Computers
Hughes
Network
Memorex
Mind
20410
Minolta
20055
Mitsubishi
20052, 20255
Motorola
20249
MTC
20050,20054,
20247
Multitech
20050,20247,
20250
NEC
20058,20246
Humax
20407
Hush
20410
iBUYPOWER
20410
Instant Replay
20249
JC Penney
20058,20246,
20247,20248,
20249
Nikko
20248
Niveus Media
20410
Noblex
20054, 20247
JCL
20249
JVC
20056,20057,
20058,20246,
20254,20264,
20265,20266,
20268,20269,
20270,20271
Northgate
20410
Olympus
20249
Optimus
20062, 20248,
20416
Kenwood
20058,20246
Optonica
20065
Kodak
20248,20249
Orion
20258,20414
LG
20248
Panasonic
Linksys
20410
Lloyd's
20050,20250
20017,20018,
20019,20046,
20249,20273,
20274,20413,
20416
LXI
20248
Magnasonic
20062,20420
Magnavox
Marantz
20281
Quarter
20246
Quartz
20246
Quasar
20249,20416
RadioShack
20050,20065,
20248,20249,
20065,20246,
20247,20250
Radix
20248
Randex
20248
RCA
20053,20054,
20055,20247,
20249,20252,
20275,20276,
20418
Realistic
20050,20065,
20246,20247,
20248,20249,
20250,20065
ReplayTV
20413
Ricavision
20410
Runco
20067
Samsung
20054,20059,
20060,20061,
20247,20263,
20277,20407
Sanky
20067
Sansui
20050,20258,
20414
Sanyo
20054,20246,
20247,20418
Scott
20052,20060
Sears
20050,20055,
20246,20248,
20249,20419
Sharp
20064,20065,
20257
20055, 20407
Systems
Magnin
Pye
Penney
20054,20055,
20418,20419
20050,20062,
20067,20069,
20249
Pentax
20055
Shogun
20054,20247
Philco
20249
Singer
20249
Philips
20065,20249,
20256,20278,
20407
Sonic Blue
20413
20054,20248,
20418
Sony
20047,20048,
20049,20050,
20251,20253,
20260,20261,
20262,20272,
20410
20058,20246,
20249
Marta
20248
Matsushita
20249
Media Center
PC
20410
MEI
20249
Version 12/1/2009
Philips
Magnavox
20256
Pilot
20248
Polaroid
20415
Stack
20410
Profitronic
20054
STS
20055,20249
Pulsar
20067
SuperScan
20063
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UserManual
20050,20052,
20062,20063,
20249,20250
Tivo
20407
Viewsonic
20410
TMK
20054, 20247
Villain
20050
Symphonic
20050,20062,
20063,20250
Toshiba
20051,20052,
20060,20259,
20410
Voodoo
20410
Wards
Systemax
20410
Tagar Systems
20410
20050,20054,
20055,20065,
20247,20248,
20249,20250
Tandy
20246
XR-1000
20050,20249,
20250
Tashiko
Yamaha
20058,20246
Zenith
20050,20066,
20067,20068
ZT Group
20410
Sylvania
Totevision
20054,20247,
20248
Touch
20410
20248
Unitech
20054,20247
Teac
20050,20250
Vector
20060
Technics
20249
Vector
Research
20058
Teknika
20050,20248,
20249,20250
Video Concepts
20058, 20060
Thomas
20050
Videosonic
20054, 20247
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Limited
Product
Warranty
VlZlO provides a "ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY" against manufacturing defects in materials and
workmanship to the original purchaser of a new VlZlO display purchased from an authorized VlZlO U.S.
reseller and used in the fifty (50) United States or Puerto Rico.
VlZlO's
Responsibility
VlZlO displays purchased new from an authorized VlZlO U.S.
United States or Puerto Rico are warranted to be free from
workmanship for one (1) year from the date of the original retail
this limited warranty, VlZlO will, at its option and sole discretion,
reseller and that are used in the fifty (50)
manufacturing defects in materials and
purchase. If the display fails to conform to
repair or replace the display.
Labor
During the one-year limited warranty period, VlZlO will provide, when needed, service labor to repair a
manufacturing defect. Repairs required on displays which are thirty (30) inches and larger generally will
be made "on-site" where the display is installed. The determination for performing the on-site repair is
dependent upon the manufacturing defect and is at VlZlO's option and sole discretion. Repairs required
on displays which are less than thirty (30) inches generally will be performed at a VlZIO service center.
Parts
Repairs may be made with new or recertified parts, or the entire
recertified unit, at VlZlO's option and sole discretion. Replacement
under this limited warranty are warranted for the remaining portion
ninety (90) days from warranty service or replacement, whichever is
How to Obtain Warranty
unit may be replaced with a new or
parts or replacement units provided
of the original warranty period, or for
later.
Service
To obtain warranty service, contact VlZlO Technical Support via email at TechSupport@VlZlO.com,
via
phone at 877-MYVlZlO (877-698-4946), or via postal mail at VlZIO Technical Support, 39 Tesla, Irvine,
CA 92618. You must provide the model, serial number, and date of purchase. VlZIO Technical Support is
available from 6:00AM to 9:00PM Pacific Time, Monday through Friday, and 10:00AM to 2:00PM Pacific
Time, Saturday and Sunday. Please note that holiday hours may vary. For up to date information, please
visit www.VlZlO.com.
VlZIO reserves the right to assess all warranty claims and to determine if defects or damages are covered
by this limited warranty. In case of a claim that is not covered by this warranty, you will be contacted to
determine whether VlZIO should repair the damage for a fee or whether the product should be returned to
you as received by the service technician or service center.
Parts and service labor that are VlZlO's responsibility under this limited warranty will be provided without
charge. All other service is at the customer's expense. VlZIO reserves the right to charge the customer for
any service call for anything not covered by this limited warranty. Before you ask for warranty service,
please review your User Manual. You may avoid a service call and a service charge.
Please refer to the reverse side of this page for additional information regarding how to obtain warranty
service.
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Not Covered
This limited warranty does not cover the following: cosmetic defects; damage, malfunctions or failures
resulting from shipping or transit, improper or faulty installation, abuse, operation contrary to furnished
instructions, operation on incorrect power supplies, products not supplied by VlZIO, modification,
alteration, improper servicing or tampering; damage from fire, water, lightning, power surges, abnormal
environmental conditions or other acts of nature; normal wear and tear; unsatisfactory visual or audio
performance not caused by a manufacturing defect; or displays with a missing or unreadable serial
number. Operation of the display for commercial purposes or in applications or uses for which the display
is not intended is not covered by this limited warranty. "Image Sticking", caused by static images on the
screen for extended periods and or excessive brightness and contrast levels, is not covered by this
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limited warranty.Installation,removal,transportationand reinstallationof a display, and routine
maintenance
andcleaning,
arenotcoveredbythislimitedwarranty.
THEREARENO EXPRESS
WARRANTIES
OTHERTHANTHOSELISTEDORDESCRIBED
ABOVE.
ANYIMPLIEDWARRANTIES,
INCLUDING
ANYIMPLIEDWARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND
FITNESSFORA PARTICULAR
PURPOSE,
SHALLBELIMITEDINDURATION
TO THEPERIODOF
TIMESETFORTHABOVE.VIZIO'STOTALLIABILITYFORANYANDALL LOSSESANDDAMAGES
RESULTINGFROMANY CAUSEWHATSOEVER,
INCLUDINGVIZIO'SNEGLIGENCE,
ALLEGED
DAMAGE,
ORDEFECTIVE
GOODS,WHETHER
SUCHDEFECTS
AREDISCOVERABLE
ORLATENT,
SHALLIN NO EVENTEXCEEDTHEPURCHASE
PRICEOF THEDISPLAY.VIZIOSHALLNOTBE
RESPONSIBLE
FORLOSSOFUSE,COMMERCIAL
LOSS,LOSTREVENUE
ORLOSTPROFITS,
OR
OTHER INCIDENTALOR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES.SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW
LIMITATIONSON HOW LONGAN IMPLIEDWARRANTYMENUSOR THE EXCLUSIONOR
LIMITATION
OF INCIDENTAL
ORCONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES,
SOTHEABOVELIMITATIONS
OR
EXCLUSIONS
MAYNOTAPPLYTOYOU.
Thiswarrantygivesyouspecificlegalrights,andyoumayalsohaveotherrights,whichvaryfromstateto
state.Thisis theonlywarrantyapplicable;
nooneisauthorized
toextendor modifyit ortograntanyother
warrantyonVIZIO'sbehalf.
Owner's
Responsibility
To ensure warranty service, keep the dated bill or sales receipt as evidence of the purchase date and
location. This limited warranty applies only to original purchaser and is non-transferable.
Note: Warranty service conditions are subject to change. For the latest Warranty Terms and Conditions
and additional information regarding VIZIO's Limited Product Warranty, please see complete details
online at www.VIZIO.com.
VIZIO Return Policy
VIZIO's return policy allows for products purchased directly from VIZIO to be returned by the original
purchaser during the initial thirty (30) day period following the date of purchase. A VIZIO return
authorization number must first be obtained as provided below. The refund will be the purchase price
actually paid by the purchaser less a ten percent (10%) restocking fee per each item returned. Shipping
and handling are not refundable.
The return authorization number must first be obtained from VIZIO's Customer Service by emailing
CustomerSupport@VIZIO.com
or by calling 949-428-2525, 6:00AM to 9:00PM Pacific Time, Monday
through Friday, and 10:00AM to 2:00PM Pacific Time, Saturday and Sunday. Please note that holiday
hours may vary. For up to date information, please visit www.VIZIO.com.
Products must be returned to the address specified by VIZIO Customer Service and must be shipped in
the original packaging, with freight prepaid to VIZIO, and must be received in new and unused condition.
The return authorization number must be included in the packaging. VIZIO reserves the right to assess
fees for any damaged or missing parts in addition to the ten percent (10%) restocking fee.
Return authorization numbers are valid for only fifteen (15) days from issuance. The customer is
responsible for and must prepay all shipping charges and shall assume all risk of loss or damage to the
product while in transit to VIZIO. If the product is returned to VIZIO (i) without a VIZIO return authorization
number, and/or (ii) beyond the fifteen (15) day period, and/or (iii) without proper packaging, VIZIO retains
the right to refuse delivery of such return or may return the unit to the customer at the customer's expense
and with no refund issued. This return policy does not apply to defective products. Please read VIZIO's
Limited Product Warranty for warranty terms and conditions.
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On-Site
Warranty
Repair Procedure
On-Site Warranty Repair generally is performed on repairable displays which are 30 inches and
larger.
If VlZlO Technical Support determines that a problem with a display unit may be within the terms and
conditions of the VIZIO Limited Product Warranty and that an on-site repair may be performed, the
customer will be provided with an on-site repair authorization number and on-site repair instructions. The
determination for performing the on-site repair may be dependent upon the manufacturing defect and is at
VIZIO's option and sole discretion. Proof of purchase is required to confirm the product is within the oneyear limited warranty period and meets the terms and conditions of the VIZIO Limited Product Warranty.
On-site repair service is requested through VIZIO's third-party service provider. After VIZIO provides the
customer with the on-site repair (OSR) authorization number, the third-party service provider will contact
the customer and will schedule the repair at the customer's location. The total approximate time for the
repair process, which includes the repair diagnosis, dispatching the technician, shipping the replacement
part(s), and arranging the appointment with the customer, is completed within approximately 3 to 5
business days, pending availability of these factors.
If it is determined the product can not be repaired on-site, the customer will be required to ship the unit to
VIZIO's service center, per the below warranty replacement procedure.
VIZIO is not responsible for the de-installation or re-installation of the product. However, some standard
installation may be performed during the on-site repair, at VIZIO's option and sole discretion. Please read
VIZIO's Limited Product Warranty for warranty terms and conditions.
Warranty
Replacement
Procedure
Warranty Replacement
generally
economically unrepairable.
is
performed
on
displays
which
are
determined
to
be
If VlZlO Technical Support determines that a problem with a display unit may be within the terms and
conditions of the VIZIO Limited Product Warranty and that a repair is not economically possible, based on
certain manufacturing defects in materials and/or workmanship, and/or at VlZIO's option and sole
discretion, the customer will be provided with a return authorization number and replacement instructions.
Proof of purchase is required to confirm the product is within the one-year limited warranty period and
meets the terms and conditions of the VIZIO Limited Product Warranty.
For displays forty-two inches (42") and larger, VIZIO will generally cover the transportation charges to
perform an on-site swap of the original unit with the replacement unit. For displays under forty-two inches
(42"), the customer is responsible for the transportation charges to VIZIO's service center. VIZIO will be
responsible for the return transportation charges from the service center to the customer. Please read
VIZIO's Limited Product Warranty for warranty terms and conditions.
Mail-In Warranty
Repair Procedure
Mail-In Warranty Repair generally is performed on displays which are smaller than 30 inches.
If VlZlO Technical Support determines that a problem with a display unit may be within the terms and
conditions of the VIZIO Limited Product Warranty and that a mail-in repair may be performed, the
customer will be provided with a return authorization number and mail-in repair instructions. Proof of
purchase is required to confirm the product is within the one-year limited warranty period and meets the
terms and conditions of the VIZIO Limited Product Warranty.
The customer will be provided with instructions for packing and shipping the unit to the VIZIO service
center. The original carton box and packing material, or an equivalent as designated by VIZIO, must be
utilized. The cost of shipping to VIZIO's service center is at the customer's expense. After the product is
repaired and tested, the VIZIO service center will ship the unit back to the customer at VIZIO's expense.
VIZIO is not responsible for the de-installation or re-installation of the product. Please read VIZIO's
Limited Product Warranty for warranty terms and conditions.
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Accessories ................................................................
Adjustments
Closed Caption .....................................................
Selecting the Screen Size ....................................
Advanced Adjustments ............................................
Antenna ....................................................................
Audio Menu
Analog Audio Out adjustments .............................
Audio Mode adjustments ......................................
Balance adjustments ............................................
Digital Audio Out ..................................................
Equalizer adjustments ..........................................
Lip Sync adjustments ...........................................
Reset Audio Mode ................................................
Speaker adjustments ...........................................
SRS TruVolume ...................................................
SRS TSHD (surround sound) adjustments ..........
Audio Menu Adjustments .........................................
Blocking Channels ...................................................
Brightness ................................................................
Cable Box
Connectin( ...........................................................
Camcorder
Connecting ...........................................................
CC Closed Caption ..................................................
CEC .........................................................................
CEC Function .......................................................
Device Discovery .................................................
CEC Function ...........................................................
CEC Menu ...............................................................
Changing Channels ..................................................
Channel information .................................................
Cleaning your VIZIO TV ...........................................
Coaxial connection
Satellite box ..........................................................
Coaxial Connection
cable TV ...............................................................
Color ........................................................................
Component Connector .............................................
Composite Connector ..............................................
Computer
Connectin( ...........................................................
PC Resolutions ....................................................
Connecting Equipment
Cable ....................................................................
Computer .............................................................
DVD .....................................................................
Rear Panel Connections ......................................
Satellite Box .........................................................
Sound system ......................................................
Stereo ..................................................................
VCR .....................................................................
Video Camera ......................................................
Contents .....................................................................
Contrast ...................................................................
Controls
Front Panel ...........................................................
Side Panel ............................................................
Daylight Savings setting ...........................................
Device Discovery .....................................................
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DVD Player
Connecting ...........................................................
DVl
Cable Box ............................................................
DVD Player ..........................................................
Satellite Box .........................................................
Fine Tuning the picture ............................................
HDMI ........................................................................
Horizontal/Vertical Position adjustments ..................
INFO Button .............................................................
Input Source
Choosing ..............................................................
Inputs
Antenna ..................................................................
Connectors ...........................................................
Installation services ....................................................
Maintenance of TV ...................................................
Media Port ................................................................
Music Settings ......................................................
Picture Settings ....................................................
Video Settings ......................................................
Naming Inputs ..........................................................
On Screen Display ...................................................
OSD
Closed Caption Selection .....................................
Parental Controls .....................................................
Block Unrated Programming ................................
Canadian English Rating ......................................
Canadian French Rating ......................................
Change the Password ..........................................
Channel Block ......................................................
DTV Rating ...........................................................
Rating Enable .......................................................
US Movie Rating ..................................................
US TV Rating .......................................................
Picture Menu ............................................................
Adaptive Luma .....................................................
Advanced Video ...................................................
Backlight ..............................................................
Backlight Control ..................................................
Brightness ............................................................
Color ....................................................................
Color Enhancement .............................................
Color Temperature ...............................................
Contrast ...............................................................
Film Mode ............................................................
Noise Reduction ...................................................
Picture Mode ........................................................
Reset Picture Mode ..............................................
Sharpness ............................................................
Smooth Motion .....................................................
Tint .......................................................................
PIP ...........................................................................
Remote Control ........................................................
Batteries ...............................................................
Component Codes ...............................................
Programming the Universal Remote ....................
Programming to work your DVD Player ...............
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Range ..................................................................
Using your Cable or Satellite Remote to Operate
your VIZlO TV ..................................................
Reset All Settings .....................................................
Resetting the System ...............................................
RGB .........................................................................
Connecting your PC .............................................
Safety Instructions ......................................................
Satellite Box
Connectin( ...........................................................
Screen Size explanation ..........................................
Search for channels .................................................
Select Language (MTS) ...........................................
Setting picture formats .............................................
Setting up .................................................................
Setup Menu ..............................................................
CC ........................................................................
Language setup ...................................................
Parental Controls .................................................
PIP .......................................................................
Setup Wizard ........................................................
System Menu .......................................................
Wide .....................................................................
Sharpness ................................................................
Skip Channel ............................................................
Sleep timer settings ..................................................
Specifications
Media Port ............................................................
TV ........................................................................
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Connecting ...........................................................
S-Video ....................................................................
Technical Support ....................................................
Time Zone setting ....................................................
Tint ...........................................................................
Troubleshooting .......................................................
TV Menu
Auto Search adjustments .....................................
Partial Channel Search ........................................
Skip Channel ........................................................
Tuner Mode adjustments .....................................
TV Menu Adjustments ..............................................
VCR
Connecting ...........................................................
Viewing Modes .........................................................
Volume .....................................................................
Walt mounting ..........................................................
Warranty ..................................................................
Warranty services ......................................................
Watching TV
Basic Adjustments ................................................
Basic connections ................................................
First Startup ..........................................................
Getting your Programs .........................................
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