For Models:
HD-52G886
HD-52G786
HD-56G886
HD-56G786
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Number:
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use.
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RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
To reduce
the risk of electric
shock.
Do not
remove cover (or back). No user serviceable
parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service
personnel.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the
product's enclosure that may be of 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 maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS TV SET
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
REGARDING
TO INSURE PERSONAL SAFETY, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING
THE USE OF TH!S UNIT.
RULES
1. Operate only from the power source specified on the unit.
2. Avoid damaging the AC plug and power cord.
3. Avoid Improper installation and never position the unit where good ventilation is unattainable.
4. Do not allow objects or liquid into the cabinet openings.
5. In the event of trouble, unplug the unit and call a service technician. Do not attempt to repair
it yourself or remove the rear cover.
Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the warranty.
* When you don't use this TV set for a long period of time, be sure to disconnect both the
power plug from the AC outlet and antenna for your safety.
* To prevent electric shock do not use this polarized plug with an extension cord, receptacle or
other outlet unless the blades can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure.
contains a small amount of mercury. It also contains lead in some
components.
Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your
community due to environmental considerations.
For disposal or
recycling information, please contact your local authorities _orthe
Electronics Industries Alliance: http:llwww, eiae.org
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This product incorporates
copyright protectio n techno!ogy
that is protected by U.S, patent s
I
and other intellectual property rights. Use of this Copyright protection technology must
be authorized bY Macrovisi0nl and is intended for home an d Other limited viewing Uses
only unles s otherwise authorized by Macrovision:
Reverse engineering or disassembly is
I
proh b ted:
1)
Read these
instructions.
2}
Keep these
instructions.
3)
Heed all warnings.
4)
Follow
5}
Do not use this apparatus
6)
Clean
7}
Do not block any ventilation
8}
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
(including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
9}
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type
plug.
two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding
type plug has two
grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement
of
10)
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly
receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11)
Only use attachments/accessories
12)
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified
by the manufacturer,
the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
avoid injury from tip-over.
all instructions.
near water.
only with dry cloth.
openings,
install
specified
in accordance
with the manufacturer's
heat registers,
stoves,
instructions.
or other apparatus
A polarized plug has
blades and a third
safety. If the provided
the obsolete outlet.
at plugs, convenience
by the manufacturer.
or sold with
combination
to
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13)
Unplug this apparatus
14)
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus
has
been damaged in any way, such as power-supply
cord or plug is damaged,
liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or
moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
during
15)
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping
vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
16)
Avoid improper
installation
lightning
storms
or when
or splashing
and never position
unused
for long periods
and no objects
the unit where
of time.
filled with liquids,
good ventilation
is impossible.
such as
When
installing this TV, distance recommendations
must be maintained
between the set and the wall,
as well as inside a tightly enclosed area or piece of furniture. Keep to the minimum distance
guidelines shown for safe operation.
200 mm
17) Cautions for installation
-- Do not tilt the TV towards the left or right, or towards the back.
-- Install the TV in a corner on the floor so as to keep cords out of the way.
-- The TV wil! generate a slight amount of heat during operation. Ensure that sufficient space is
available around the TV to allow satisfactory cooling.
FCC Notice:
Note: This equ*pment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital dewce, pursuant to Par[ 15 of the FCC Rules. These hm_ts are designed to provide
reasonable protechon against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment genera[es, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if net installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
commun_cabons. However there _sno guarantee that interference will not occur m a
particular installation. If this equlpmem does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on the user ]e
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the follow_ng measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separahen bet /een the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into ar outlet on a c_rcu_tdifferent from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radiolTV technician for heip.
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Normally, light dusting with a soft, non-scratching
duster will keep your TV clean.
If you wish to wipe down the television, first unplug it. Then wipe gently with a soft cloth, slightly
moistened with water. You can add a few drops of mild liquid detergent to the water to help
remove spots of oily dirt.
•
•
•
•
DO
DO
DO
DO
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
allow liquid to enter the TV through the ventilation slots.
use strong or abrasive cleaners on the TV.
spray liquids or cleaners directly on the TV's surface.
rub or scrub the TV harshly. Wipe the set gently with a soft cloth.
The screen is treated with an electrostatic-proof coating. When it gets dirty, wipe it gently with a
soft cloth. If the screen is very dirty, wipe it down with a cloth dipped in a diluted kitchen cleaner
and thoroughly wrung-out. Then wipe immediately after with a clean, dry cloth.
Do not apply alcohol, organic solvents (like acetone), acidic or alkaline cleansers
These will remove the coating layer and cause discolorations.
Do not push or hit the screen. This could cause scratches
distortions.
to the screen.
on the screen surface and image
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Thank you for purchasing JVC's model HD-52G886, HD-52G786, HD-56G886 or HD-56G786
HDTV-ready projection television which uses the high-quality HD-ILA projection system. This
is one of the highest quality and most technologically advanced televisions available today. It
is recommended that you read this instruction manual before using your television in order to
learn about it's many features. Cautions related to the safe use of the device and important
information which will help you to be able to use this device for a long time is in the Appendix.
Once again, thank you for purchasing this television and please enjoy using it.
In order to use the television for a long time
This television uses a lamp to project the picture onto the screen. Before using this television,
please read the safety cautions and information about this television which are summarized
below.
1. When the power is turned on, the warming up commences
This television uses a lamp to project the picture onto the screen. Once the lamp has warmed
up, you can enjoy the pictures at their full brightness. What happens when the power is turned
on is explained below. Immediately after the power is turned on, since the lamp has not had
time to warm up, the picture is displayed only dimly on the screen. As the lamp warms up, the
picture becomes brighter. It takes approximately one minute for the lamp to warm up to it's
normal operating temperature. There are 2 LED indicators on the front panel of the television
that can be used as a guide. When the POWER button is pressed, the LAMP/PROGRAM LED
indicator blinks in orange for approximately 1 minute at approximately every 2 seconds, and then
goes out.
Note:
It is impossible to turn the power oft during this period. After 1 or more minutes have
passed, you can turn offthe power.
2. Cooling the inside of the television and the lamp
Cooling is also performed while the television is being shut down.
When the POWER button is pressed to turn off the power, the following operations are
performed. When the television is turned off, the picture on the screen disappears. Once
the screen is dark, cooling is performed for approximately 90 seconds. When the cooling is
being performed, the LAMP/PROGRAM
LED indicator on the front panel blinks in orange at
approximately every 3 seconds. The television can not be operated while the cooling is
being performed.
After the cooling has been performed for 90 seconds, the power is turned
off. Do not remove the electrical plug until after the cooling process has completed,
If
the electrical plug is removed before the cooling process has completed, the internal circuits
and lamp may overheat leading to the life of the lamp being shortened and the possibility of
malfunctions.
Do not block the ventilation
holes,
Do not block the ventilation holes while the power is turned on.
behind the speaker grills.
3. The lamp is a consumable
Do not block the air intake holes
item
Replace the lamp when it has blown or when the picture becomes dark. The lamp is a user
replaceable item. The lamp must be recycled. For a detailed explanation on how to recycle the
lamp, refer to the Appendix and the instructions that are included with the replacement lamp kit.
The life of the lamp changes depending on the atmospheric temperature and altitude in which
the TV is being used.
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4. The television requires a lot of electrical power
It is recommended that the television is connected directly to the wall socket, and not to another
device. When connecting the television to a wall socket that is being used by another device, or
when using an extension cord, be careful not to exceed the electrical capacity of the socket.
Do not turn the power on and off repeatedly in a short amount of time,
It subjects the television and the lamp to stress and may lead to malfunctions
lamp being shortened.
and the life of the
5. The screen is made of plastic
Handle the screen very carefully as it can scratch easily. Do not rub, hit or press on it with any
hard objects. When the screen is dirty, gently wipe it with a soft cloth. Refer to the Appendix for
details on how to clean the screen.
6, Caution! Warm air from the air ducts
This unit has an air duct for cooling. The duct will blow warm air while the television is operating.
When placing the television, make sure not to locate it too close to wallpaper. The warm air
could cause the color of the wallpaper to change. Also, take care to keep children and pets
away from the warm air ducts. Long exposure to the warm air from the ducts could cause a
minor burn.
7. Caution!
Moving this television
When lifting this television, Do not hold by the screen frame.
cause it to detach, causing the television to fall.
Holding the screen frame could
8. Do not replace the lamp immediately after use
The lamp becomes extremely hot during use. If the lamp is touched immediately after use
before it has a chance to cool down, there is a danger of burns. Be careful when handling the
lamp.
9. Do not touch the lamp glass
If the lamp is used when there is dirt from fingers on the lamp glass, there is a possibility of the
lamp breaking. Be careful not to touch the lamp glass.
10. ILA element characteristics
Do not project still pictures or pictures that have still segments for a long period of time. The still
parts of the picture may remain on the screen. This is a characteristic of ILA elements and not a
malfunction. The picture will disappear over time.
11. Condensation
When a heater is turned on or the television is moved from a cold place to a hot place, droplets
of water may form on the lamp and screen. This is called condensation.
If the television is used
while this condensation is still present, the picture may seem distorted, and the inside of the
screen may become dirty. In this case, wait until the condensation has gone before using the
television.
12. Do not open the rear cabinet of this television
This television has a DIGITAL-IN terminal. Opening up the rear cabinet will violate the copyright
of the program or software shown on the television. Please do not open the rear cabinet.
13. Usable Time
Do not keep the TV on for more than 24 hours consecutively.
the lamp being shortened.
There is a possibility of the life of
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Unpacking your TV ............
TV Models ................
TV Remote Control ...........
10
12
14
Getting Started .............
The Remote Control ..........
Connecting Your Devices .......
Interactive Plug In Menu ........
15
15
16
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Setting CATV, VCR and DVD Codes
CATV or Satellite Codes ........
VCR Codes ..............
DVD Codes ..............
Search Codes .............
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33
34
35
36
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Onscreen Menu System .........
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38
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Auto Tuner Setup ............
Channel Summary ............
Channel Label .............
V-Chip ..................
Set Lock Code .............
Auto Demo ...............
Language ................
Closed Caption .............
Auto Shut Off ..............
XDS ID .................
40
41
42
43
49
50
50
51
53
53
Noise Muting ..............
Front PaneI Lock ............
53
54
Vl Smart Input ...........
Video Input Labet ..........
Position Adjustment ...........
Power Indicator .............
Video-1 Monitor Out ...........
TV Speaker ..............
Audio Out ..............
Digital-In .................
Digital-In Audio .............
Center CH Input .............
54
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57
57
57
58
58
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Picture Settings .............
Adjust Picture Settings .........
Color Temperature ............
Digital Noise Clear ............
Color Management ...........
Dynamic Gamma ...........
Smart Picture ...............
Reset ..................
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60
60
61
61
61
62
62
Sound Settings .............
Adjust Sound Settings .........
Reset ................
63
63
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Set Clock ................
On/Off Timer ...............
64
65
Lamp Reset
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66
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Mutti Screen Function
Twin ..................
Index .................
Freeze ..................
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67
67
68
68
Swap .................
Select ..................
Power ..................
Number Buttons .............
Tune ...............
68
68
69
69
69
Input ...................
TheaterPro D6500K ...........
Return+/TV ...............
Sound ..................
69
69
70
70
Muting ..................
Video Status ...............
Natural Cinema .............
Sleep Timer ...............
ML/MTS .................
71
71
71
72
72
Display .................
C.C ....................
Channel +/- . ............
Volume +/- . ............
Favorite ................
Aspect
.................
Aspect Ratios .............
Aspect Ratios in PC Mode .......
Menu ..................
OK ...................
Back ...................
TV/CATV Slide Switch ..........
VCR/DVD Slide Switch .........
VCR Buttons ...............
DVD Buttons ...............
73
73
73
73
74
75
75
75
76
76
76
77
77
77
77
Light ...................
77
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Digital Setup .............
Antenna Level .............
78
78
Digital Sound .............
Aspect Ratio .............
Cable Card Application .........
i.LINK Auto Play ...........
Software Update ...........
79
79
80
80
80
Digital CH D/A (DigitallAnalog)
Sub Channel .............
i.LINK Menu ...............
Controller .............
Device ..............
Timer ...............
Reservation
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Timer Edit ..............
Guide ...............
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No Program .............
Invalid Signal .............
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Cable Card Connection
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Troubleshooting
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Changing The Lamp ..........
Replacement Lamp Kit ........
Lamp Messages ............
How To Replace The Lamp .......
Warning LED Messages ........
Warranty ..............
Specifications
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Notes .................
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Thank you for your purchase of a JVC Color Television. Before you begin setting up your new
television, please check to make sure you have all of the following items. In addition to this
guide, your television box should include:
AA
Television
x 1
Remote Control x 1
Batteries x 2
Note: Your television
and/or remote
control may differ
from the examples
illustrated here.
Two Way
Splitter
x 1
RF Cables
x 2
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cable TV system to
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video devices like
VCRs, DVD players,
stereo amplifiers, game
consoles, etc.
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Used to make video
connections with S-Video
VCRs, Camcorders and
DVD players.
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Used to connect JVC
AV CompuLink capable components
for an automated home theater.
We recommend that before you start using your new television, you read your entire User's
Guide so you can learn about your new television's many great features. If you're anxious to
start using your television right away, a quick setup guide follows on the next few pages.
In
NOTE:
Before you connect your television to another device, please refer to the proper
diagrams for your specific TV and remote. These will help assist you in understanding
how to connect your television to another device, as well as use the remote to set up
your television.
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MODELS:
HD-52G886
HD-52G786
HD-56G886
HD-56G786
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ONLY
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Note: The terminal
labeled "SERVICE
ONLY", is exclusively
used to update the
software version.
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• For information
MODELS:
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on the LED, see page 92.
HD-52G886,
HD-52G786,
HD-56G886,
HD-56G786
HD-56G886,
HD-56G786
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MODELS:
HD-52G886
HD-52G786
HD-56G886
HD-56G786
• For information
on remote control buttons, see pages 67 - 77 and 81 - 86.
• i.LINK MENU, TIMER, SUB CHANNEL, FAVORITE and GUIDE buttons are for digital
channels. If your TV is connected to an ATSC antenna or Digital Cable, you can use these
buttons.
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These quick setup pages will provide you, in three easy steps, with the basic information you
need to begin using your new television right away. If you have questions, or for more detailed
information on any of these steps, please consult other sections of this manual.
Before you can operate your remote
control, you first need to install the
batteries (included).
Slide the cover on the back of the
remote down towards the bottom of
the remote control. Insert two batteries
(included) carefully noting the "+" and
"-" markings, placing the "-" end in the
unit first. Slide the cover back into place.
When you change the batteries, try to complete the task within three minutes. If you take
longer than three minutes, the remote control codes for your VGR, DVD, and/or cable
box/satellite
receiver may have to be reset. See pages 33 - 36.
Key Feature
Buttons
The four key feature buttons at the center of the remote can be
used for basic operation of the television. The top and bottom
buttons will scan forward and back through the availabIe
channels. To move rapidly through the channels using
JVC's Hyperscan feature, press and hold CH+ or CH-. The
channels will zip by at a rate of five channels per second. The
right and left buttons will turn the volume up or down. These
buttons are also marked with four arrows and are used with
JVC's onscreen menu system. To use the onscreen menus,
press the MENU button.
Basic
Operation
Turn the television on and off by pressing the POWERbutton at the top right corner
of the remote. The POWER LED will light blue. If this is the first time you are
turning on the TV, the interactive plug-in menu appears.
• Make sure the TV/CATV switch is set to TV. Move the switch to CATV only if
you need to operate a cable box.
• Slide the VCR/DVD
selector switch to VCR to control a VCR. Slide to
DVD to control a DVD player. Please see pages 33 to 36 for instructions on
programming your remote control to operate a cable box, VCR or DVD player.
Note:
• If the lamp replacement
message appears when you turn the television ON, see page 93.
Tomake
these
connections,
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liketheones
illustrated
below.
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Used to make video
connections with S-Video
VCRs, Camcorders and DVD
players.
Used to connect audio/video
devices like VCRs, DVD
players, stereo amplifiers,
game consoles, etc.
Notes:
• These connections
are examples.
• After you are finished connecting
outlet and turn on the TV.
your devices, plug the power cord into the nearest power
• If you follow these diagrams and the television does not work properly, contact your local
cable operator.
• To connect a DVD player, see VCR Connection.
A DVD player is optional
• If you have a satellite television system, refer to the satellite TV manual.
No VCR Connection
CabHe or Antenna
Output
Two-way Splitter
(Attachment)
CoaxiaH CabHe (Attachment)
ATSC
/DIGITAL
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(VHF/UHF)
TV Rear Panel
VCR Connection
Notes:
• Green, blue and red are the most common colors for DVD cables. Some models may vary
colors. Please consult the user's manual for your DVD player for more information.
• Be careful not to confuse the red DVD cable with the red audio cable. It is best to complete
one set of connections (DVD or audio output) before starting the other to avoid accidentally
switching the cables.
• You may also connect the DVD player to Input 1.
Diagram #1
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or Antenna
VCR
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Blue
Red
DVD Player (OPTIONAL)
Note:
• If this connection
setup
does
not work
for you,
try the connection
setup
on page
18.
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Diagram #2
Cable
or Antenna
Output
VCR
Two=Way
Two-Way
Splitter
Splitter
(Attachment)
TV Rear
Panel
TV Rear Panel
TV Rear Panel
Green
B_ue
Red
DVD Player
(OPTIONAL)
Connecting
to Monitor/Recording
TV Rear
Output
Terminal
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Notes:
• When you make this connection,
set the Video-1 Monitor Out menu to ON.
See page 57.
• If you are receiving ATSC/Digital Cable signal, it can be outputted to the S-Video output
terminal or Video (composite video) terminal.
• If you are receiving Analog TV signal, it can not be outputted to the S-Video output terminal.
• No signal will be outputted through the S-Video output terminal when you are not viewing
images coming from the composite video input terminal.
• No signal will be outputted through the Monitor/Recording
viewing images from the component video input.
output terminal when you are
El
Connecting
to JVC AV Compu
Link
JVC's AV CompuLink feature makes playing wdeo tapes or DVDs totally automatic. S,reply
insert a pre-recorded tape into your JVC brand VCR or DVD into your JVC DVD player and
the device Will automatically turn on and begin playback. At the same time, using the
AV CompuLink the VCR or DVD player sends a signal to the television telling it to turn or
and switch to the proper video input.
, The AV CompuLink cable may be included with the JVC AV CompuLink unit you
wish to connect. If it is not. contact JVC Parts Department at {800_-882-2345. or
www.jvcservlce.com
for par[ _ EWP 805-012.
• AV CompuLink
can only be used with JVC brand products.
AV CompuLink Cable
To Connect: Plug one end of the AV CompuLink cable
into the AV COMPULINK INPUT on your VCR, DVD,
or other CompuLink device. Plug the other end of the
AV CompuLink cable into the AV COMPULINK at the
rear of the television.
Note:
• The AV CompuLink
plug on each end.
cable has a male 3.5 mm (mono)
VCR
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AV CompuLink
TV Rear
Panel
Notes:
• In order for the VCR playback to begin automatically, the recording tabs must be removed
from the VHS tape. If the tab is in place, automatic switching will occur when you push the
VCR's
PLAY button.
• If your JVC brand VCR has "A code/B code remote control switching" (see your VCR%
instruction book), using VCRA code will switch the TV to input !.
• Refer to your DVD instruction
book for detailed connection
information.
• To connect a JVC HiFi receiver or amplifier for a completely automated home theater, see
the receiver connection instructions for detailed connection information.
• AV CompuLink
is compatible with select AV CompuLink
receivers.
Connecting
to a Camcorder
You may connect a camcorder, gam e console Or other equipment to you r television by using
the side input jacks (Input 4) located on the side of the television. You can also connect
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CAMCORDER
1) Connect a yellow composite cable from the camcorder VIDEO OUT, into the VIDEO IN on
the side of the TV, OR connect an S-Video cable from the side of the TV to the camcorder.
2) Connect a white cable from the camcorder LEFTAUDIO
the side of the TV.
OUT, into the LEFTAUDIO
3) Connect a red cable from the camcorder RIGHTAUDIO
the side of the TV.
OUT, into the RIGHTAUDIO
IN on
IN on
Note:
• If your camcorder is a mono sound model it will have only one AUDIO OUT. Connect it to the
L/MONO on the side of the TV.
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Connecting
In multi-channel
to the Surround
Amplifier
sound such as5,1 channel, the Speech characters
are played back fr°m the
center speaker,
A center speaker in a movie theater is set in back of the screen so it Can recreate a
conversation Scene in the movie more natura!ly, By Using Your TV!s SPeake r as th e center
speaker, you can obtain the same SOUnd effect as in a movie theater in yOU home theate r
sound system.
Front
Front
Surround
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_AUDIO
CENTER
CHANNEL
(VARIABLE
OUTPUT
OUTPUT)
1) Connect the Pin cable from the TV's CENTER CHANNEL
amplifier's CENTER CHANNEL OUTPUT terminal.
Note:
INPUT terminal to the surround
• Please read the benefit of this feature on page 59.
Connecting
to an External
Amplifier
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1) Connect a white cable from the LEFT AUDIO OUTPUT on the back of the TV to the
LEFTAUDIO INPUT on the amplifier.
2) Connect a red cable from the RIGHT AUDIO OUTPUT on the back of the TV to the
RIGHT AUDIO INPUT on the amplifier.
Notes:
• Refer to your amplifier's manual for more information.
• You can use AUDIO OUTPUT for your home theater system.
Connecting
to an amplifier
using your optical output
You can connect an amplifier that has an optical digital input terminal by using an optical digital
cable from the optical output. The signal that is output can be PCM or Dotby Digital.
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Amplifier
1) Connect the optical cable from the back of the TV to the back of the amplifier.
Notes:
• This terminal can only output digital audio.
• In order to use the optical output connection,
the Digital Setup Menu. See page 79.
select PCM or Dolby Digital on Digital Sound in
• Refer to your owners manual on using your amplifier.
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Connecting
to a Digital
TV Receiver
By connecting a Digital TV Receiver, high definition pictures can be displayed on your TV in
their digital form.
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Decoder
HDMI
to DVI
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the cables
1) Connect the HDMI to DVI Cable from the DIGITAL OUT on the back of your DTV decoder
the DIGITAL-IN on the back of your television.
2) Connect a red cable from the DTV decoder RIGHTAUDIO
DIGITAL-IN on the back of your television.
OUT, to the RIGHTAUDIO
3) Connect a white cable from the DTV decoder LEFT AUDIO OUT, to the LEFTAUDIO
DIGITAL-IN on the back of your television.
• The digital-in terminal is not compatible
with the picture signal of a personal computer.
• Use a HDMI to DVI cable (commercially
with a DTV decoder.
available)
in order to digitally connect the television
Notes:
• If 480p signals (640x480 or 720x480) are displayed on the screen, the horizontal balance
may be slightly shifted. Access the "DIGITAL-IN" in the initial setup menu to adjust it. (Refer
to page 58.)
• When you do the above connection, set DIGITAL-IN AUDIO in the Initial Setup menu to
ANALOG. See "DIGITAL-IN AUDIO", page 58.
Connecting
to an HDMI Compatible
Device
By connecting an HDMI compatible device, high definition pictures can be displayed on your
TV in their digital form. Some HDMI devices can include DVD players, D-VHS or any HDMI
compatible devices.
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is the first industry supported, uncompressed, all
digital audio/video interface. HDMI provides and interface between any audio/video source,
such as a set-top box, DVD player, A/V receiver or an audio and/or video monitor, such as a
digital television (DTV).
HDMI
Compatible
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DIGITAL OUT
AUDIO OUT
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1) Connect the HDMI Cable from the DIGITAL OUT on the back of your DTV or HDMI device, to
the DIGITAL-IN on the back of your television.
Notes:
• When you do the above connection, set DIGITAL-IN AUDIO in the Initial Setup menu to
DIGITAL. See "DIGITAL-IN AUDIO", page 58.
• Some decoders may not respond depending
when it is connected to the HDMI.
on the equipment that you have connected
• If the HDMI output device signal is changed (for example, 480i/60Hz is changed to
480p/60Hz), the screen may turn green and there may be some distortion for a short time
until the signal becomes stable.
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Connecting to an AV Receiver
V1 Smart Input
using your television's
By connecting your AV Receiver to your television's V! Smart Input, you can watch picture
sources from many different devices, without having to change or use the other input
connections on your TV. This allows you to free up the other input connections so you can
connect more devices to your television.
AV Receiver
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MONITOR
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1) Connect an S-Video Cable from the AV Receiver's
on the back of your television.
MONITOR OUT, to the S-Video INPUT-!
2) Connect a Yellow Composite Cable from the AV Receiver's MONITOR OUT, into the VIDEO
INPUT-! on the back of your television.
3) Connect a Green Component Cable from the AV Receiver's Y MONITOR OUT, into the Y
VIDEO INPUT-! on the back of your television.
4) Connect a Blue Component Cable from the AV Receiver's
VIDEO INPUT-1 on the back of your television.
PB MONITOR OUT, into the Pb
5) Connect a Red Component Cable from the AV Receiver's PR MONITOR OUT, into the Pr
VIDEO INPUT-! on the back of !our television.
Note:
• Please refer to your AV Receiver instruction manual for more information on connecting
speakers and other devices like a DVD player.
• Use your AV Receiver's remote to switch to the different devices you have connected.
• Some AV Receivers may not respond when the V1 Smart Input function is turned on.
your
• If you have video connections for each input device connected to your AV Receiver, you
should not connect them using both S-Video and Composite connection at the same time
when you are using V1 Input as the V! Smart Input. In this case we recommend using the
S-Video connection.
Connecting an LLINK
your television
compatible
device
to the back of
i.LINK is a digital serial interface that allows devices equipped with an i.LINK connector to
exchange digital video signals, digital audio signals and device control signals bi-directionally
over a single cable. (For example, a JVC D-VHS VCR).
i.LINK refers to the IEEE1394-1995 industry specification
is used for products compliant with the i.LINK standard.
and extensions
thereof.
The _, logo
This projection television uses a four-pin i.LINK connector
signals, audio signals and control signals.
to input and output MPEG2 video
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i.LINK Compatible Device
1) Connect the i.LINK cable from the back of the TV to the back of the i.LINK compatible
device.
Notes:
•
•
•
•
Use only the $400 i.LINK cable when connection your devices.
See page 83 on how to select the i.LINK device.
Refer to your owners manual on using your i.LINK device.
When recording or playing back video with an i.LINK device, if you perform the Auto Tuner
Setup, the video signal you are recording or playing back may stop or you may not be able
to perform the Digital Auto Tuner Setup.
• Your television can connect with i.LINK D-VHS decks and HD-Camcorders (JVC brand only).
If you connect other brand devices, with i.LINK cable, they will not work.
• It can play only the recorded contents in Digital Mode.
• Use only tapes bearing the DVHS (SVHS) mark for recording.
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Connecting
This TV
connect
want to
connect
to the computer
can be used as a computer screen. Use a commercially available D-SUB cable to
the TV's PC INPUT terminal to the computer's analog RGB output terminal. If you
listen to the sound from the computer, use a commercially available RCA cable to
the INPUT-3 audio input terminal to the computer's audio output terminal.
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Notes:
• Refer to your computer manual for a detailed explanation
computer.
• Make sure that the connectors
• After connecting,
of the connections
concerning your
are facing the correct way when connecting.
tighten the two screws to fix the connectors
in place.
Looking at the images from a computer
After starting the computer, press the INPUT button to choose INPUT-3. You can listen to the
sound when the sound from the computer is connected to the INPUT-3 AUDIO input terminal.
Notes:
• When the sound from the computer is connected to INPUT-3 by choosing external input
INPUT-3, the sound from the computer can be listened to, but the images from the computer
cannot be seen.
Table of signals for each type of computer
Resolution
640
x 480
Vertical
Horizontal
Frequency
(Hz)
Frequency
(kHz)
600
31 5
600
484
(VGA)
1024 x 768
(XGA)
• Only the above formats are supported.
• Even with the above formats at 60 Hz, some problems may be experienced depending on
the quality of the synchronous signal. (Depending on the quality, some pictures may not be
displayed correctly).
• Apple Macintosh*
computers
are not supported.
When a picture is not displayed
With some computers, some problems can be solved by changing the settings. Check the
computer's refresh rate and set it to 60Hz. Computers that cannot set the refresh rate to 60
Hz, can not be used with this TV. Refer to the computer's instruction manual.
*Apple Macintosh
is a registered trademark of Apple Computer,
Inc.
Note:
• If you are inputting a PC signal that is invalid, "Invalid Signal" will appear on the TV screen.
It appears when the input is PC and it is a single screen.
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When you turn your television on for the first time the interactive plug-in menu will appear. The
plug-in menu helps you to get your TV ready to use by letting you set your preferences for:
• The language in which you want the onscreen
menus to appear.
• Setting the TWs clock to the correct time so your timer functions will work properly. You can
choose "AUTO" or "MANUAL" for setting the clock.
• The auto tuner setup of which channels you wish to receive.
We recommend
television.
you complete the interactive
plug-in items before you start using your
Notes:
• The interactive plug-in menu setting does not appear if your TV has been turned on before.
In this case use the onscreen menus to perform these settings. See pages 50, 63, 40.
• If you press the Menu button while setting up the interactive
plug-in menu, it will skip over it.
Language
After the _'JVC INTERACTIVE PLUG IN MENU" has been displayed, the TV automatically
switches to the LANGUAGE settings. You can choose to view your onscreen menus in three
languages: English, French (Fran£ais) or Spanish (Espai_ol).
{ENGLISH
• I_
To choose a language:
(English, Fran£ais or Espadol)
•
To NEXT (To set clock)
_
_"NEXT
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Auto Clock Set
Before you use any of your TV's timer functions, you must first set the clock. You may
precisely set your clock using the XDS time signal broadcast by most public analog
broadcasting stations. If you do not have this in your area, you will have to set the clock
manually. See manual clock set below. To set the clock using the XDS signal:
•
IMODE
I_
To select your time zone: (Atlantic, Eastern,
Centrat, Mountain, Pacific, Alaska or
Hawaii)
_AUTO!,
"riME ZONE
liME
A
"/:
•
D.S.T.
To choose AUTO
To TIME ZONE
I,
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To move to DST
(Daylight
To turn DST. ON or OFF
Savings Time)
To NEXT (To Auto Tuner Setup)
NEXT
Notes:
• D.S.T. can be used when it is set to ON in the SET CLOCK menu.
• Only when the MODE is set to AUTO, the Daylight Savings Time feature automatically
adjusts your TWs clock for Daylight Savings. The clock will move forward one hour at 2:00
am on the first Sunday in April. The clock will move back one hour at 2:00 am on the Iast
Sunday in October.
• You will have to reset the clock after a power interruption. You must set the clock before
operating any timer functions.
Manual
Clock Set
To set your clock manually (without using the XDS signal), choose MANUAL.
AUTO, see auto clock set above.
•
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_ MANUAL
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TIME ZONE
•
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DAlE/YEAR
JAN/01/05
D.S.T.
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START CLOCK
To
To
To
To
To
To
If you choose
choose MANUAL
TiME
set the hour
minute
set the minute
TiME ZONE
To select your time zone: (Atlantic, Eastern,
Central, Mountain, Pacific, Alaska or
Hawaii)
•
_1_
To DATE/YEAR
To set the month
•
_1_
•
I_
•
_1_
•
To
To
To
To
To
To
To
day
set the day
year
set the year
move to D.S.T. (DayIight Savings Time)
turn D.S.T ON or OFF
START CLOCK
Note:
• You will have to reset the clock after a power interruption.
operating any timer functions.
You must set the clock before
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Auto Tuner Setup
In auto tuner setup, the TV automatically scans through all available channels, memorizing the
active ones and skipping over blank ones or channels with weak signals. This means when you
scan (using the CHANNEL+/-- buttons) you will receive only clear, active channels. There are
two tuner modes to choose from, ANALOG or DIGITAL.
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To choose CABLE orAIR (or SKIP when
you skip Analog Auto Tuner Setup)
To TUNER MODE (IN DIGITAL)
To choose ATSC or Digital Cable (or SKIP
when you skip Digital Auto Tuner Setup)
To START
After Analog Auto Tuner Setup is finished, Digital Auto
Tuner Setup starts.
When the setup is finished, "THANK YOU ! SETUP IS NOW COMPLETE" is displayed. Your
quick setup is now complete. You can now begin watching your television, or you can continue
on in this guide for more information on programming your remote control, or using the
JVC onscreen menu system to customize your television viewing experience.
Notes:
• If you want to cancel the Auto Tuner Setup, press the MENU button.
• Noise muting will not work during Auto Tuner Setup.
• If you choose SKIP, it finished without doing the Auto Tuner Setup.
Cable Box and Satellite Users: After your auto tuner setup is complete, you may, (depending
on the type of hookup), have only 1 channei, usually 3 or 4 in the auto tuner memory. This is
normal.
The Quick Setup
is complete
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You can program your remote to Operate your Cable box, Satellite receiver, VCR or DVD
player by Using the instructions ancl Codes listed below. If the equipment does not respond
to any Of the Codes listed be!0w 01 t0 the code search functi0n, use the [emote €0ntr0!
supplied by the manufacturer_
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The remote control is programmed with cable box and satellite codes for power on/off,
channel up/down, and 10 key operation.
1) Find the cable box or satellite brand from the Iist of codes shown below.
2) Slide the 2-way selector switch to "CATV".
3) Press and hold down the DISPLAYbutton, then enter the first code number listed with the !0
key pad.
4) Release the DISPLAYbutton, and confirm the operation of the cable box/satellite receiver.
• If your cable or satellite box does not respond to the first code, try the others listed. If it does
not respond to any code, try the search codes function, on page 36.
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ABC
024
Puser
032
Archer
032,025
RCA
061,070
Cableview
051,032
Realistic
032
Regal
058, 064, 040,
041,042, 045,
O68
Citizen
022,051
Curtis
058,059
Diamond
024,032,025
Eagle
029
Eastern
O34
GC Brand
032,051
Gemini
022,043
Echostar
(Dish Ne!work)
100, 113, 114,
115
Express VU
100, 113
G.E.
106
G.I.
108,120,121,
122
Regency
034
Rembrandt
037, 032, 051,
O38
Samsung
051
Gradbnte
112
Scientific Atlanta
057,058,059
Hitachi
104,111
SLMark
051,047
HNS (Hughes)
104
Sprucer
051,056
Magnavox
102,103
Sfargate
032,051
Panasonic
105
045,058,064
Telecaption
067
Philips
102,103,116
Hitachi
049, 024
Tebview
047,051
Primestar
108
Macom
049, 050,051,
O54
Texscan
044
Proscan
106, 109,110
Tocom
Magnavox
033
035, 036,066,
074
RCA
106,109,110
Memorex
O3O
Sony
107
Movietime
032,051
Oak
039,037,048
Panasonic
055,056,060,
071,073
Paragon
063
Philips
028,029,030,
052,053,031,
069
General
065, 024, 025,
Instrument/Jerrold 026,027,020,
021,022,057,
023,072,074
Hamlin
040,041,042,
Pioneer
047,062
i Pulsar
051,032
Toshiba
050,048
Star Choice
104,108
Unika
032,025
Toshiba
Universal
022,032
101, 104,117,
118,119
Videoway
052
Uniden
102,103
Viewstar
029,030
Zenith
063,046
Zenith/Drake
Satellite
O46
/
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The remote control is programmed with VCR codes for power on/off, play, stop, fast-forward,
rewind, pause, record, channel up/down operation.
1) Find the VCR brand from the list of codes shown below.
2) Slide the first 2-way selector switch to "TV" and the other 2-way selector switch to "VCR".
3) Press and hold down the DISPLAYbutton, then enter the first code number listed with the 10
key pad.
4) Release the DISPLAYbutton, and confirm the operation of the VCR.
• If your VCR does not respond to the first code, try the others listed. If it does not respond to
any of the codes, try the search codes function on page 36.
• After you program your remote, some VCR buttons may not work properly. If so, use the
VCR's remote.
• To record, hold down the REC button on the remote and press PLAY.
Admiral
O35
Marantz
003,
Aiwa
027,032,095
Ma¢[a
O64
029,072,073,
O74
Memorex
024,067
MGA
038,
048,
Akai
Audio
Dynamic
003,005
004,005
Samsung
037,060,062,
033,089
Samtron
O89
040,047,
041,042
Sansui
003,026,020,
O52
Bell & Howell
063,071
Minstta
058,
045,093
Sanyo
Broksonic
063,067,091,
071
020,026,094
Mksubishi
038,
048,
040,047,
041,042,
Scolt
078,
090
059,060,062,
067,038,040,
Canon
023,025
CCE
O43
Citizen
O64
Craig
063,029,064
Curls Mathes
045,024,027,
093
Mukitech
047,027,062
NEC
003,
Sears
063,064,065,
000
Daewoo
003,004,005
Dimensia
045,093
Emerson
043,026,077,
061,025,
020,076
Fisher
063,066,067,
024,
Optimu5
028,021,035,
064
027,026,020,
000
023
042,
Orion
026,020
Panasonic
023,024,
022
Penney
Pentax
063,003,004,
005,093
028,0?9,030,
053,054,055
SV 2000
O27
Sylvania
031,023,024,
O27
Symphonic
027,081
Teshim
O64
Tetung
003,004,005
Teac
003,004,027,
005
Technics
021,022,023,
024
Teknika
024,027,070
Thomson
033,096
Toshiba
059,046,079
033,024,063,
036,067,040,
027
Veclor Research
005
Wards
033,045,058,
023, 024,031,
046, 059,060,
035,036,067,
044,064
Yamaha
063,003,004,
005
083,
087,
Zenith
0,1,4,082,064,
094
093
Philco
031,024,027,
023,026,020,
043
Philips
Gstdstar
064
Pioneer
O23
Gradiente
083,084,081,
Proscan
045,058,023,
031,023,024,
O86
024,031,
059,060,
000,001
023,045,058,
JVC
003,004,005,
000,001,002,
006,007
Kenwood
Radio
RCA
003,004,064,
OO5
LG
064
LXI
027,064,058,
Realistic
065,066,063,
067
Magnavox
031,023,024,
O86
(}46,
093,
033,087
Quasar
021,022,023,
024
024,023
003
027,035
075
037,051,049,
050,089
Jensen
O75
2000
Sony
Go Video
Replay
Signature
024,058,045,
033,045,024
093,027,081
021,
Singer
GE
Hitachi
035,036,080,
O88
Shintom
058,005,045,
065,071,091
Funai
066,058
Olympic
Sharp
043,059,024,
092
DBX
Instant
047,048,026,
020
004,005,
Shack
084,085,
093,096
024,063,036,
067, 040, 027
The remote control is programmed with DVD codes for power on/off, play, stop, fast-forward,
rewind, previous/next chapter, tray open/close, and still/pause operation.
1) Find the DVD player brand from the list of codes shown below.
2) Slide the first 2-way selector switch to "TV" and the other 2-way selector switch to "DVD".
3) Press and hold down the DISPLAYbutton, then enter the first code number listed with the 10
key pad.
4) Release the DISPLAYbutton, and confirm the operation of the DVD player.
• If your DVD player does not respond to the first code, try the others listed. If it does not
respond to any of the codes, try the search codes function on page 36.
• After you program your remote, some DVD buttons may not work properly. If so, use the
DVD player's remote.
Aiwa
043
Mintek
057
Sharp
028
Apex
040 054
055
Mitsubishi
025
Sitvania
038
Bose
058
Next Base
056
SMC
048
Denon
020 037
Onkyo
041 052
Sony
024 045
046 047
Funai
038
Oritron
044
"Technics
020
Go-Video
032
Panasonic
020
Thomson
021
Harman
Kardon
053
Philips
023 036
Toshiba
023
Hitachi
031
Pioneer
022
Venturer
051
JVC
000
Polk Audio
036
ViaIta
050
Kenwood
035 020
Raite
033
Wave
042
KLH
05!
RCA
02!
Yamaha
020 049
Konka
039
Sampo
034
Zenith
027 032
Koss
050
Samsung
030
026
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Cable/Satellite
Search Codes Function
1)
2)
3)
4)
Slide the first 2-Way Mode Selector switch to CATV.
Press the POWERand RETURN+/TV buttons. Hold for at least three seconds and release.
Press the POWERbutton on the remote, and see if the cable or satellite box responds.
If there was a response, press RETURN+/TV. The codes are now set. If there was no
response, repeat Step 3. If you repeat Step 3 a total of 80 times without a response, use
the remote control that came with your equipment.
5) Press RETURN+/TV to exit.
VCR/DVD Search Codes Function
1) Slide the first 2-way selector switch to "TV" and the other 2-way selector switch to "VCR" or
"DVD".
2) Press the VCR or DVD POWERand RETURN+/TV buttons.
and release.
Hold for at least three seconds
3) Press the VCR or DVD POWERbutton, and see if the VCR or DVD responds.
4) If there was a response, press RETURN+/TV. The codes are now set. If there was no
response, repeat Step 3. If you repeat Step 3 a total of 80 times for the VCR (40 times for
the DVD player), and there is no response, use the remote control that came with your
equipment.
5) Press RETURN+/TV to exit.
Certain
symbols
areused
throughout
thisguide
tohelpyoulearnabout
thefeatures
ofyour
newtelevision.
Theones
youwillseemost
frequently
are:
J.V
Up and
buttons
• Move
• Move
• Move
• Back
• Scan
Down arrows mean press the CH+ or CH- buttons. Pressing the CH+ or CHlet you:
vertically in a main menu screen
through a submenu screen
to the next letter, number, or other choice in a submenu
up to correct an error
through TV channels (when not in a menu screen)
• 1_
Left and right arrows mean press the VOLUME+or VOLUME-buttons to move left or right
to:
• Select a highlighted menu item
• Select an item in a submenu
• Select numbers in certain menu options
• Turn the volume up or down (when not in a menu screen)
(_
The "press button" icon means you should press the button named on your remote
control. (Button names appear in SMALLCAPITALLETTERS.)
The "helping arrow" icon points to the highlighted
or selected item in a menu.
To bring up the onscreen menu, press the MENU button on the remote control. The item that
appears in green is the one currently selected. If you use the Menu button on the TWs side
panel instead of the remote, an additional menu screen showing VIDEO STATUS and ASPECT
will appear between INITIAL SETUP and PICTURE ADJUST. The "interactive plug-in menu" will
appear the first time the TV is plugged in.
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TUNER
CHANNEL
V- CHIP
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SET LOCK
AUTO
SETUP
SUMMARY
CODE
DEMO
Note:
• Menus shown in this book are illustrations,
displays.
not exact replications
of the television's
onscreen
II
Your television comes with JVC's onscreen menu system. The onscreen menus let you make
adjustments to your television's operation simply and quickly. Examples of the onscreen
menus are shown on the next page. Detailed explanations on using each menu follow later in
this guide. For information about the interactive plug-in Menu, see pages 30 - 32.
To open the onscreen menu system, press the MENU button on the remote control. You
navigate within the onscreen menus by using the four directional arrow buttons on the remote
control. (These buttons are also the CH +/- and VOL +/- buttons. Channel and volume functions
will not operate when the onscreen menu is active).
The selected feature and option on a menu screen are highlighted
Selected
(Green)
Option
LANGUAGE
in a different color.
Selected
(Blue)
Option
To move to a different feature use the • • arrows to move up or down the list. When you
press the up arrow at the top of the list or the down arrow at the bottom, the next menu screen
will appear. Use the arrows _1 I_ to select an option from the highlighted feature. Pressing
MENU on the remote control will close the onscreen menu system and return you to normal
television viewing.
Each menu and its features will be discussed in the following pages of this guide.
, if you do net press any buttons for about a minute, the onscree a menu will aut0matica]ly
shutoff,
Button names in this guide are shown in SMALL CAp!TALLETTERS.
, Menus may appeal in different Sizes 0nscreen depending On the aspect ratio Selectedl
• Some menu items may not appear in menu screens when certain aspect ratios or inputs
are selected:
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theMENU
button
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Notes:
• The DIGITAL-IN menu can only be displayed when a 480p picture signal is input to the
digital-in terminal and the picture is being displayed on the screen.
• When the Menu button on the TV side panel is pressed, the FRONT PANEL CONTROL menu
between INITIAL SETUP 05 and PICTURE ADJUST 01 will appear.
• Regarding the digital setup menu, see page 78.
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The auto tuner setup function is described on page 32 as the interactive plug-in menu.
need to run the auto tuner setup again, follow the steps below.
If you
Press the MENUbutton
a.V
To AUTO TUNER SETUP
• I_
To operate
a.V
To TUNER MODE (IN ANALOG)
• I_
To choose CABLE, AIR or SKIP
a.V
To TUNER MODE (IN DIGITAL)
• I_
To choose ATSC, DIGITAL CABLE or SKIP
I2
Press the OK button to start
IN ANALOG
TUNER MODE
IN D_GITAL
TUNER
MODE
Programming will take approximately 2 to 4 minutes. The auto tuner is finished when the
message PROGRAMMING
OVER! appears onscreen.
2
Press the Menu button when finished
AiR
Channel
summary
allows
youtocustomize
theline-up
ofchannels
received
byyour
TV.
Regarding
analog
channels,
youcanaddordelete
channels
fromtheline-up
orprevent
any
unauthorized
viewers
fromwatching
anyorall191channels.
Regarding
digital
channels,
the
onlychannels
thatwillappear
aretheones
thatarebroadcasting.
(_
Press
theMENU
button
AV ToCHANNEL
SUMMARY
I_ Tooperate
TheChannel
summary
screen
willnowbedisplayed
with
thechannels
settoscan
marked
withan%". Regarding
Analog Channels
analog channels, you can delete channels from the scan
by removing the "\"'. If any channels were missed during
auto tuner setup and you wish to add them, you may by
placing an "\" next to the channel number.
• Digital channels can not be added to the channel
summary if the auto tuner setup did not find them.
J.y_ll_
To the SCAN column
(_
Press the OK button to include or delete from
scan
Press the MENUbutton when finished
Note:
• The number of a digital channel may change,
depending on the time of some broadcastings.
If
this channel existed and now had disappeared, the
lock channel or scanned channel by the channel
summary for that channel will be cancelled.
Note:
• When the Cable Card is not
inserted into the Cable Card
Slot:
If you are watching analog
channels, the above screen
appears.
If you are watching digital
channels, the below screen
appears.
• When the Cable Card is
inserted into the Cable Card
Slot:
Below screen appears
Both analog and digital
channels are listed, but the
background video is not
displayed.
E!
How to set the channel label.
(This is only for analog broadcasting.)
Press the MENU button
J.y
• I_
J.V
To CHANNEL SUMMARY
To operate
To the ID column
(_
Press the OK button to enter
• I_
Ay
To select the character you want
To move to the next space
CHANNEL
...continue to follow these directions
09
I
PRESS_tTO
F N SH
for all four
spaces
Press the OK button to finish
Your characters are now set
(_
Press the MENU button when finished
If you want to reset the characters
you set:
Press the MENU button
J.V
• I"
J.V
To CHANNEL SUMMARY
To operate
To the ID column
(_
Ay
Press the OK button to enter
To select RESET
(_
Press the OK button to finish
Your characters are now reset
Notes:
• You can use characters for: Alphabet, numbers, marks and spaces.
• It is possible to set the maximum of 40 channel labels.
• If you try to set more than the 40 maximum, the message "MEMORY
appear.
You can block access to a channel by activating the channel lock.
Press the MENU button
Ay
To CHANNEL SUMMARY
• I_
To operate
AV•I_
To the Lock Column ( _
)
Press the ZERObutton to lock or unlock that channel
(_D
Press the MENU button when finished
OVERFLOW"
will
When
aviewer
attempts
towatch
aguarded
channel,
thefollowing
message
appears:
Towatch
achannel
thatyouhave
locked,
enter
the
Lock
Code
using
the!0keypad.
Ifthewrong
code
isentered,
themessage
"INVALID
LOCK
CODEF
wilIflash
onthescreen.
Thechannel
cannot
beaccessed
untilthecorrect
code
isentered.
Notes:
• Once
achannel
hasbeen
unlocked,
itwillremain
unlocked
untilthetelevision
isturned
off.
• Seealso"SetLock
Code",
page
49.
Your
TVisequipped
withV-Chip
technology
which
enables
youtoblock
channels
orcontent
thatyoufeeltobeinappropriate
forchildren,
based
onUSandCanada
rating
guidelines.
V-Chip
hasnoeffect
onvideo
signals
fromDVD
discs
orCamcorder
connection.
Note:Some
programs,
andmovies
arebroadcast
without
aratings
signal.
Even
ifyouset
upV-CHIP
ratings
!imitsl
these
Programs
willnotbeblocked:
seepage
44forinformation
on
howtoblock
unrated
programs.
Note(forCanadian
viewers):
]-heV-Chip
function
isbased
OnSpecifications
designed
for
the Un ted States and therefore may not _ork proper y n Canada,
You can customize the V-Chip settings of your television to match your personal tastes. The
V-Chip menu below is the starting point for your V-Chip settings
You can use US V-Chip settings (for programming broadcast from the United States), Canadian
V-Chip settings (for programming broadcast from Canada), and movie ratings. You may use
any or all of the settings (US V-Chip, Canada V-Chip, Movie ratings). Descriptions for setting
each of the three V-Chip formats appear in the next six pages along with descriptions of the
rating categories.
_access
the rating categories:
Press the MENUbutton
AV
To V-CHIP
To operate (Lock icon _
[V-CH{P
will appear)
Press ZEROto access the V-Chip menu
To turn V-Chip ON or OFF (V-Chip must be
turned ON for rating settings to operate)
AV
To move to SET US TV RATINGS,
SET MOVIE RATINGS, or
SET CANADIAN RATINGS (see following
pages for descriptions of each item)
SET
US TV $_b_,TINGS
SET
MOVIE
SET
CANADIAN
RATINGS
ENG
SET
CANADIAN
RATINGS
FR_
UNRATED
RATINGS
)
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Unrated programming refers to any programming which does not contain a rating signal.
Programming on television stations which do not broadcast rating signals will be placed in the
"Unrated Programming" category.
Examples of Unrated programs:
• Emergency Bulletins
• News
• Public Service Announcements
•
•
•
•
• Sports
• Some Commercials
Locally Originated Programming
Political Programs
Religious Programs
Weather
Note:
• TV programs or movies that do not have rating signals will be blocked if the unrated category
is set to BLOCK.
You can block programs that are not rated.
(_
Press the MENUbutton
J.V
To V-CHIP
• I_
(_
V-CH_P
To operate (The lock icon
Press
ZERO
appears)
to access V-Chip setup options
US/'V
R/_TINGS
_
SET
MOVIE
RAntINGS
_
SET
CANADIAN
S_:T CANADIAN
I UNRATED
J.V
To UNRATED
• I_
To VIEW or BLOCK
(_)
Press MENUwhen done
{ OFF ) I
SET
]
1
RATINGS
ENG
_
Fb_,TINGS
FRE
_
I
_WEW
U.S. PARENTAL RATING SYSTEMS
Programs with the following
ratings are appropriate
for children.
TV Y is Appropriate for All Children
Programs are created for very young viewers and should be suitable for all ages, including
children ages 2 - 6.
TV Y7 is for Older Children
Most parents would find such programs suitable for children 7 and above. These programs
may contain some mild fantasy violence or comedic violence, which children should be able
to discern from reality.
Programs with the following
ratings are designed for the entire audience.
TV G stands for General Audience
Most parents would find these programs suitable for all age groups. They contain little or no
violence, no strong language, and little or no sexual dialog or situations.
TV PG Parental Guidance Suggested
May contain some, but not much, strong Ianguage, limited violence, and some suggestive
sexual dialog or situations. It is recommended that parents watch these programs first, or
with their children.
TV 14 Parents Strongly Cautioned
Programs contain some material that may be unsuitable for children under the age of 14
including possible intense violence, sexual situations, strong coarse language, or intensely
suggestive dialog. Parents are cautioned against unattended viewing by children under !4.
TV MA Mature Audiences Only
These programs are specifically for adults and may be unsuitable for anyone under 17
years of age. TV MA programs may have extensive V, S, L, or D.
Viewing Guidelines
n addition to the ratings categories explained above, information on specific kinds of content
are also supplied with the V-Chip rating. These types of content may also be blocked. The
content types are:
• V/FV is for VIOLENCE/FANTASYVlOLENCE
• S stands for SEXUAL CONTENT
• L stands for strong LANGUAGE
• D stands for suggestive DIALOG
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Press the MENUbutton
I.V
• •
To V-CHIP
To operate (lock icon _
[V-CH_P
SET US -Iv [:b_,TIN G S
appears)
SET
MOVIE
SET
CANADIAN
RATINGS
ENG
_
CANADIAN
RATINGS
FRE
_
9
Press ZEROto access the V-Chip menu
SET
• •
To turn V-Chip ON or OFF
UNRATED
J.V
To move to SET US TV RATINGS
• •
To operate
RATINGS
_
]
J
I
_Vt_:W
Line up the cursor in the column (TV PG, TV G, etc.) with the content row (V/FV, S, etc.) and
press the J.V or ••
to move the cursor to the correct location. Press OK to turn the locking
feature on or off. An item is locked if the _
icon appears instead of a "--".
For example. To block viewing of all TV 14 shows, move the cursor to the top row of that
column and add a lock icon. Once yodve put a lock on the top row, everything in that column
is automatically locked.
J.V••
To the TV 14 Column
9
Press the OK button to lock
9
Press the MENUbutton when finished
Note:
• If you want to change the setup, move the cursor to
the top column and change the lock icon to "--" by
pressing OK again. You may then select individual
categories to block.
NR- NotRated
Thisisafilmwhich
hasnorating.
Inmany
cases
these
filmswere
imported
fromcountries
which
donotusetheMPAA
ratings
system.
Other
NRfilmsmaybefromamateur
producers
whodidn't
intend
tohave
their
filmwidely
released.
NR (Not Rated) Programming may contain all types of programming
programming, foreign programs, or adult material.
including children's
G - General Audience
In the opinion of the review board, these films contain nothing in the way of sexual content,
violence, or language that would be unsuitable for audiences of any age.
PG - Parental Guidance
Parental Guidance means the movie may contain some contents such as mild violence,
some brief nudity, and strong language. The contents are not deemed intense.
PG-13 - Parents Strongly Cautioned
Parents with children under 13 are cautioned that the content of movies with this rating may
include more explicit sexual, language, and violence content than movies rated PG.
R - Restricted
These films contain material that is explicit in nature and is not recommended
unsupervised children under the age of 17.
NC-17 - No One Under 17
for
These movies contain content which most parents would feel is too adult for their children
to view. Content can consist of strong language, nudity, violence, and suggestive or explicit
subject matter.
X - No One under 18
Inappropriate
materiaI for anyone under 18.
Press the MENU button
J.V
To V-CHIP
• •
To operate (Lock icon _
appears)
Press ZEROto access V-Chip setup options
J.V
• •
To SET MOVIE RATINGS
To enter movies menu
For example:
To block viewing of X and NC-17 rated from shows:
AV••
To the X Column
Press the OK button to lock
J.V ••
_ = -
-
.
To the NC-17 Column
Press the OK button to lock
(_
Press the MENU button to finish
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E - Exempt
Exempt programming includes: news, sports, documentaries and other information
programming, talk shows, music videos, and variety programming.
C - Programming Intended for Children
Violence Guidelines: There will be no realistic scenes of violence. Depictions of aggressive
behavior will be infrequent and limited to portrayals that are clearly imaginary, comedic or
unrealistic in nature.
C8+ - Programming Intended for Children 8 and Over
Violence Guidelines: Any realistic depictions of violence will be infrequent, discreet, of low
intensity and will show the consequences of the acts. There will be no offensive language,
nudity or sexual content.
G - General Audience
Programming will contain little violence and will be sensitive to themes which could affect
younger children.
PG - Parental Guidance
Programming intended for a general audience, but which may not be suitable for younger
children. Parents may consider some content not appropriate for children aged 8-13.
14+- 14 Years and Older
Parents are strongly cautioned to exercise discretion in permitting viewing by pre-teens and
early teens. Programming may contain mature themes and scenes of intense violence.
18+- Adult
Material intended for mature audiences
only.
Press the MENUbutton
J.V
• 1_
To V-CHIP
To operate (lock icon _appears)
Press ZEROto access V-Chip setup options
J.V
• I_
To SET CANADIAN RATINGS ENG (for English)
To enter ratings menu
For example:
To block viewing of programming
18+:
rated 14+ and
• 1_
To the 18+ Column
(_
• I_
Press the OK button to lock
To the 14+ Column
(_
Press the OK button to lock
(_
Press the MENUbutton to finish
Note:
• For instructions on "SET CANADIAN
French side of this user's guide.
RATINGS FRE (in French)", please see page 48 in the
[,-1'_1111[_'4,ql:_
_
Channel guard and V-Chip settings are protected by a four-digit Iock code. Your TV comes
preset with a lock code of "0000". You may change the code to any four-digit number you wish.
To change the lock code, follow the steps below.
(_})
Press the MENUbutton
Ay
To SET LOCK CODE
• •
To operate (lock icon _
ILOCK
CODE
0000
appears)
Press ZEROto access the lock code
The first digit will be highlighted
• •
To select the number
Ay
To move to the next digit
Continue to follow these directions
PRESS
_TO
FIN SH
for all four numbers
Press the OK button to finish (your lock code is now set)
(_
Press the Menu button when finished
When a viewer attempts to watch a blocked channel, this message appears:
THiS RROGR_,MMING
EXCEEDS 1
YOUR RATING LIMITS_
PLEASE ENTER LOCK CODE BY J
!0 KEY PAD TO UNLOC K IT:
NO.-_J
The channel will remain blocked until the correct lock code is entered (see above for
information on setting your Iock code),
Notes:
• After a power interruption you must reset the lock code.
• Write your lock code number down and keep it hidden from potential viewers.
• If you forget the Iock code, a new code may be set using the steps listed above.
El
This function lets you preview the Dynamic Gamma demo.
(_)
Press the MENU button
J.V
• •
To AUTO DEMO
To turn AUTO DEMO ON or OFF
PREVIOUS
AUTO
TUNER
CHANNEL
V-CH_P
Note:
SET
• To stop auto demo, press the BACK button.
Press the Menu button
AV
To LANGUAGE
I2
I
I
CODE
_
I
{OFF
}
plug-in menu. If you need to
PREVIOUS
[ LANGUAGE
• •
I
}
DEMO
The language function is described on page 30 as the interactive
choose the language again, follow the steps below.
2
)
}
LOCK
AUTO
SETUP
SUMMARY
FP_AN
ESP
To choose a language: ENG. (English),
FRAN. (French) or ESR (Spanish)
Press the MENUbutton when finished
XDS ID
NEXT
PAGE
(3/5)
Many broadcasts now include an onscreen display of dialog called closed captions. Some
broadcasts may also include displays of additional information in text form. Your television can
access and display this information using the closed caption feature. To activate the closed
caption feature, follow the steps below. There are three methods. When you are watching
analog channels, you can perform Analog Setting of closed caption. When you are watching
digital channels, you can perform Digital Auto Setting or Digital Manual Setting.
Press the MENU button
J.V
• •
Ay
• •
J.V
• •
To CLOSED CAPTION
To enter
To MODE
To select CAPTION or TEXT in MODE
To CAPTION or TEXT
To select a caption (CC1 to CC4) or text
channel (T1 to T4)
JMODE
tTEXT_
CAP'I _ON
CC1
TEXT
{ TI
PRESS
_ITO
FINISH
Press the OK button to save
Press the MENU button when finished
Digital
Auto Setting
Press the MENUbutton
J.V
• •
To CLOSED CAPTION
To enter
AV
• •
To Type
To select Auto, Advanced or Basic
Auto: Shows closed caption a priority for
digital channels over analog channels. It is
set automatically
Advanced:
Shows only the digital closed
caption.
Basic: Shows only the analog closed
caption.
J.V
• •
To Service
To select 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6
Ay
• •
• •
To Appearance
To enter
To select Auto
J.V
To Set
_
Press the OK button to save
The font/type and color are set automatically.
Press the MENU button when finished
Note:
• If you want to cancel the settings, select cancel.
Peview
c_l
_t
Caption
Sample
Digital Manual Setting
Press the MENU button
J.V
To CLOSED CAPTION
• I_
To enter
AT
• I_
J.V
• I_
To
To
To
To
Type
select Auto, Advanced or Basic
Service
select 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6
J.V
• I_
• I_
J.V
• I_
To
To
To
To
To
Appearance
enter
select Manual
Font
enter
J.V
• I_
To select Font Size or Font Style
To select the setting you like
preview
o_ti_
c_l
_t
Font Size: Auto, Standard, Large or Small
Font Style: Auto, Serif Mono, Serif, Sanserif mono,
Sanserif, Casual, Cursive or Small Capital
AV
To Set
Press the OK button to save
AV
To Colors
To enter
AT
To select Text, Edge or Background
To select the setting you like
Preview
Closed
Caption
Sample
Auto, White, Black, Red, Green, BIue,
Yellow, Magenta or Cyan
O
Ay
t
To Set
(_
Press the OK button to save
J.V
• I_
J.V
• I_
AV
To Opacities
To enter
To select Text/Edge or Background
To select Auto, Transparent, Translucent,
or Flashing
To Set
(_
Press the OK button to save
Solid
AII fonts used for digital closed
caption and digital menus are
licensed from Monotype Imaging
Inc.
Press the MENU button when finished
Notes:
• Closed caption subtitles are usually found on closed caption channel CC!. Some programs
may include additional text information which is usually found on text channel T1. The other
channels are available for future use.
• Closed captioning may not work correctly if the signal being received is weak or if you are
playing a video tape.
• Most broadcasts containing closed captioning will display a notice at the start of the program.
• To select the mode, press the C.C. button. See page 73.
Thisfunction
automatically
shuts
offyourTVwhen
there
isnosignal
fromthechannel
the
TVison.
(_
Press
theMENU
button
J.V
• •
To AUTO SHUT OFF
To turn ON or OFF
CLOSED
AUTO
(_
Press the MENU button when finished
• If the channel that you have on does not receive a
signal for more than one minute, the blinking text
"NOT RECEIVING A SIGNAL AUTO SHUT OFF
XDS
CAPTION
SHUT
OFF
ID
_'NEXT
PAGE
(3/5)
IN 9 MIN." appears on the screen, and starts the
countdown. If no signal is being received within !0
minutes, the TV shuts itself off.
• When i.LINK is displayed, Auto Shut Off will not work.
XDS ID Display provides a channel's call letters, the network_s name, and even a program
name. The XDS ID information is provided by the broadcaster.
Press the MENUbutton
J.V
• •
To XDS ID
TO turn ON or OFF
"PREVIOUS
LAI'_GUAGE
CLOSED
CAPTION
AUTO
Press the MENUbutton when finished
SHUT
OFF _
{OPP_
[XDS*D
NEXT
]
{ONe<
PAGE
(3/5)
I__J-_L"_I_v_
L"_l'_ j
This feature inserts a blank gray screen over channels which are not broadcasting or are too
weak to be received clearly.
Press the MENU button
J.V
• •
To NOISE MUTING
To turn noise muting ON or OFF
_r)
Press the MENU button when finished
PREVIOUS
NOISE
MUTING
FRONT
PANEL
Vl
SMART
VIDEO
POWER
NEXT
{OFF}_
iNPUT
INPUT
POSITION
_ ON
LOCK
LABEL
_ ON _ i
_
AD3USTMENT
INDICATOR
PAGE
i
_
i
_ OFF _ i
(2/5)
Notes:
• Noise muting will not work during auto tuner setup or
when you operate channel summary.
• Noise muting will not work when the digital TV or i.LINK is displayed.
m
This allows you to look the keys on the side of the TV, so that a child may not accidentally
change your viewing preferences.
Press the MENUbutton
J.V
i_
To FRONT PANEL LOCK
To turn ON or OFF
(_
Press the MENUbutton when finished
PREVIOUS
NOISE
MUTING
FRONT
PANEL
Vl
SMART
VIDEO
• Unplug the power cord, and plug it back in. Do this if
your batteries die, or you Iose your remote control.
LABEL
ADJUSTMENT
POWER
NEXT
INPUT
INPUT
POSITION
You can turn off this feature in the following ways:
_ON _J
LOCK
_
iNDiCATOR
J
4 OFF _J
PAGE
(2/5)
• Use the remote control.
• Press the MENUbutton on the side of the TV for more than 3 seconds. In this case, the OSD
for FRONT PANEL LOCK will appear.
Note:
• To turn ON/OFF the TV, press the power button for more than 3 seconds. This feature will
remain ON.
This feature is used if you have connected an AV Receiver to your television. By turning this
feature on, your television can automatically detect the signal source from your components
that are connected to your AV Receiver.
Press the MENUbutton
AV
To V1 SMART INPUT
To turn ON or OFF
Press the MENU button when finished
PREVIOUS
NOISE
MUTING
FRONT
PANEL
Vl
SMART
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PosmoN
Notes:
• If you do not have an AV Receiver connected
to your
television, turn this feature OFF. By doing so, you can
take advantage
of using AV CompuLink components
with your television.
• Some AV Receivers may not work with this function.
POWER
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LOCK
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INPUT
iNPUT
LABEL
ADJUSTMENT
INDICATOR
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This function is used to label video input connections
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Press the MENUbutton
AI'V
To VIDEO INPUT LABEL
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12
for the onscreen
displays.
PREVIOUS
NO_SE
MUTING
To enter
FRONT PANEL LOCK
V1 SMART iN PUT
To select the desired video input
VIDEO INPUT LABEL
POSmON
ADJUSTMENT
To select the desired preset input label (see
chart below)
POWER
_NEXT
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+
INDICATOR
< OFF iJ
PAGE
(ZJS)
Press the OK button to save
Press the MENUbutton when finished
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<DVD}_
VIDEO-3
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You have
a VCR
connect#_d
to the video
input
DVD
You have
a DVD connectf_d
to the video
input
DVRS
You have
a Digital VCR
STIB
You have
a Set=top
SAT
You have
a Satellite
AMP
You have
an Am plifier
GAME
You have
a Video
Game
CAM
YOu have
a Video
Camera
DISC
You have
a Video
Disc
connec_d
to the video
input
Box connec_d
to the video
input
Receiver
connected
connected
to the video
connec_d
connec_d
player
to the video
input
to the video
input
to the video
connected
input
input
to the video
input
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Position adjustment allows you to adjust the position of the picture on the screen vertically
when the aspect is set to panorama, cinema or full.
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Press the MENUbutton
Ay
• •
To POSITION ADJUSTMENT
To enter
Ay ••
To adjust the position
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Press the MENUbutton to finish
Notes:
• To reset the adjustment
OK button.
to the center, press the
• When the arrow disappears,
maximum limit.
while you are adjusting the position, the position is at its
• If you select regular size and slim size with aspect or Multi Screen, position adjustment
option is not seen.
• When you change the screen size, perform the position adjustment again.
• Position adjustment allows you to adjust the screen position vertically and horizontally when
the aspect is set Panorama Zoom or Cinema Zoom for 108gi and 720p signals.
Power indicator allows you to adjust the brightness of the power indicator
(_
Press the MENU button
a.V
• •
To POWER INDICATOR
To adjust POWER INDICATOR LOW, HIGH
or OFF
PREVIOUS
NOISE
MUTING
RRONT
PANEL
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SMART
VIDEO
Notes :
• When OFF is selected :
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The LED disappears if you have a TV signal.
The LED is lit as "LOW" when there is no TV signal.
• When the On Timer turns ON, the LED is lit as
"LOW" when you turn the power off.
• If you set a timer on the TV, the power indicator will light even if the TV is on stand by.
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This function allows you to set whether the signal, which comes from VIDEO-1 input terminal,
should be output from MONITOR OUT terminal. If you select it from MONITOR OUT, set it to
"ON".
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Press the MENU button
AV
To VIDEO-1 MONITOR OUT
41,
To select ON or OFF
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MONITOR
OUT
TV SPEAKER
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AUDIO
_ON_
OUT
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Press the MENU button to finish
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AUDIO
CH
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INPUT
Press the MENU button
To TV SPEAKER
• •
To turn the TV's speakers ON or OFF
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1MONITOR
OUT
TV SPEAKER
• Before
to ON,
sound
• After a
_OFF )
_VARI
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CENTER
CH
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Notes:
and listen to the
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OUT
D_GITAL_IN
Press the MENU button when finished
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AUDIO
(_
) I
_OFF_
If your TV is connected to a stereo system, you can turn off the TV speakers
audio through your stereo.
a.V
}
_ SIZE1
DIGITAL÷IN
CENTER
{ OFF
_ D_GITAL
INPUT
_
_OFF _J
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you turn the TV speaker setting from OFF
make sure that the TV volume level is low! If the TV volume is set too high, the
level will be extremely loud.
power interruption, the TV speaker settings will return to "ON".
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If your television is connected to an external speaker source, audio out gives you the option of
controlling the volume level with your TV's remote control.
Press the MENUbutton
AY
To AUDIO OUT
To VARI or FIX
Press the MENUbutton when finished
_"PREVIOUS
VIDEO_I
MONtTOR
TV SPEAKER
VARI: Lets you adjust the volume of the external
speakers
using the VOLUME+/--buttons on your TV's
remote control.
FIX:
CENTER
NEXT
4OFF
_ ON
FAU DIO OUT
DIG_TALqN
D_GITALqN
OUT
_VARI
_ SIZE1
AUDIO
CH INPUT
_ DIGITAL
_
_
_OFF_
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The volume of the external speakers is adjusted using the audio device's remote control.
Note:
• After the TV has been turned off, the sound from the audio out terminal continues to output
sound for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds, it stops outputting sound.
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The DIGITAL-IN option can only be displayed in the INITIAL SETUP menu when an HDMN80p
picture signal is being input to the DIGITAL-IN terminal. This option adjusts the position when
an HDMI or DVI 480p picture signal is being displayed on the screen. There are two types of
HDMI480p picture signals: 640x480 and 720x480. If the displayed picture is slightly shifted, the
position can be adjusted by selecting either SIZE1 or SIZE2.
(_
Press the MENUbutton
J.V
• I_
To DIGITAL-IN
To enter
J.y
To select AUTO, SIZE1 or SIZE2
PREVIOUS
VIDEO_
MONITOR
_OFP_
AUDIO
OUT
( VARI
[DiGFFAL4N
CENTER
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4 SIZEI
DIGITAUIN
Press the MENUbutton to finish
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AUDIO
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{ OFF _J
Notes:
• The DIGITAL-IN menu can only be displayed when a HDMI or DVI 480p picture signal is
input to the Digital-In terminaI and the picture is being displayed on the screen.
• You can select AUTO only when the signaI is 480p for HDMI. When you select AUTO, the
tetevison wiII seIect "SIZE1" or "SIZE2" automatically.
This feature is used if you have a DTV or HDMI compatible
component
connected to your TV.
Press the MENU button
J.y
• I_
To DIGITAL-IN AUDIO
To select ANALOG, DIGITAL or AUTO
PREVIOUS
VIDEO-I
AUDIO
Press the Menu button when finished
Notes:
MONITOR
TV SPEAKER
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OUT
D_GITAL
IN
DIGITAL
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CENTER
CH INPUT
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• If your DTV or HDMI component is capable of digital
audio and video, choose DIGITAL. If your DTV or HDMI
component is capable of analog audio and digital video, choose ANALOG.
• Refer to your DTV or HDMI component's instruction manual for more information.
• When you select AUTO, the television will select "ANALOG" or "DIGITAL" automatically,
depending on the audio input from the HDMI.
• When you select DIGITAL, select PCM on Digital Sound in the Digital Setup menu. See page
79.
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When you are using a surround system, you can substitute the speaker of this television for
the center speaker of your surround system. Set CENTER CH INPUT to ON when you use the
speaker as the center speaker of your surround system. The volume differs when the TV is
being utilized as the Center Channel Input versus when it is not.
Press the MENU button
AI,V
To CENTER CH INPUT
4 ll_
To adjust CENTER CH INPUT to ON or OFF
_PREWOUS
"['/SPEAKER
(_
Press the MENU button when finished
AUD*O
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OUT
VIDEO_I
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NEXT
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Note:
• In order to use the CENTER CHANNEL SPEAKER feature, you need a video signal present
as well as sound. Because of that we recommend using this feature for Home Theater setup
only. If there is no video signal present, the TV will be muted.
• There are two different volume adjustment levels, one for regular TV and one for TV used as
a CENTER CHANNEL. Please remember that when switching CENTER CHANNEL mode ON
and OFF in TV menu.
These
settings
allow
youtochange
andadjust
thewaythepicture
appears
onyourtelevision.
TINT
Tintallows
youtoadjust
thelevels
ofredandgreen
inyourTVpicture.
COLOR
The color function lets you make all the colors in the TV picture appear either more vivid or
subtle.
PICTURE
Picture allows you to adjust the levels of black and white on the TV screen, giving you a darker
or brighter picture overall.
BRIGHT
You can adjust the overall brightness of the TV picture with the Bright control.
DETAIL
The Detail feature adjusts the level of fine detail displayed in the picture.
(_
Press the MENU button
J.V
To TINT, COLOR,
DETAIL
To enter
•
•
PICTURE, BRIGHT or
PREVIOUS
{ 00
_
COLOR
_ 00
_
PICTURE
{ 00
_
BRIGHT
_ 00
_
( 00
_
DETAIL
COLOR
• •
Ay
To adjust the setting
To move to the next setting
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Press the MENU button when finished
You can decide how strong or dull the colors appear on the TV screen.
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Press the MENUbutton
J.V
• •
To COLOR TEMPERATURE
To enter
To set LOW or HIGH
Press the MENUbutton when finished
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STANDARD
PICTURE
_ 00
BRIGHT
4 00
DETAIL
COLOR
NEXT
_ 00
)
_
TEMPERATURE
PAGE
_
_ HIGH
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With digital noise clear, this helps take our static or noise from a channel that may not be
coming in clearly.
(_
J.V
• •
Press the MENUbutton
To DIG. NOISE CLEAR
To enter
J.V
To select the mode LOW, HIGH, AUTO or OFF
(_
Press the MENUbutton when finished
Note:
• "AUTO" can only be displayed when you have NTSC and 480i picture signal being inputted.
This TV supports the COLOR MANAGEMENT
to produce natural hues.
(_
J.V
• •
J.V
function to ensure dull colors are compensated
Press the MENU button
To COLOR MANAGEMENT
To enter
To select the mode "ON" or "OFF"
Press the MENU button when finished
JVC's Dynamic Gamma Circuitry (DGC makes it easier to see dark areas when a picture has
many dark areas, and makes it easier to see the bright areas when a picture has many bright
areas. DGC is turned on, DGC analyzes and adjusts the total level of picture brightness
balance, especially in dark areas where the level of grayscale is often lost, turning completely
to black DGC automatically enhances the detail in these dark areas providing a more dynamic
image with finer detail, so the optimum picture settings are automatically set for each picture.
Normally use with DGC on.
Press the MENUbutton
AV
AT
To DYNAMIC GAMMA
To enter
To turn ON or OFF
Press the MENUbutton when finished
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Smart Picture detects the APL (Average Picture Level) and adjusts the contrast suitable for
what you are watching.
Press the MENUbutton
J.V
• •
AV
To SMART PICTURE
To enter
To select the mode "ON" or "OFF"
Press the MENUbutton when finished
Note:
• When you have "DYNAMIC"
selected in the "VIDEO STATUS", Smart Picture is not selected.
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Reset resets all picture adjustments (tint, color, picture, bright, detail, color temperature,
noise clear, Color Management and Dynamic Gamma) at once to the default settings.
dig.
Press the MENUbutton
AT
To RESET
To enter
PREVIOUS
DIG
COLOR
The onscreen menu disappears for a moment,
and then the settings are reset to the default
setting for al! the picture adjustments.
Press the MENUbutton when finished
STANDARD
NOISE
MANAGEMENT
DYNAMfC
SMART
CLEAR_
GAMMA
PICTURE
RESET
NEXT
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These settings allow you to change and adjust the sound on your television.
BASS - You can increase or decrease the level of low-frequency
the bass adjustment.
TREBLE - Use treble to adjust the level of high-frequency
sound in the TV's audio with
sound in your TV's audio.
BALANCE - Adjust the level of sound between the TV's left and right speakers with the
balance setting.
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J.V
Press the MENUbutton
To BASS, TREBLE or BALANCE
To adjust the setting
To move to the next setting
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tOO
TREBLE
{ 00
_
BALANCE
_ 00
_
_
Press the MENUbutton when finished
_NEXTPAGE
Note:
• You can reset the sound adjustments (BASS, TREBLE and BALANCE)
the default setting when you select reset. See page 62.
• You can adjust BALANCE only when A.H.S.+ is off. See page 70.
Reset resets all Sound Adjustments
See page 62 on how to use reset.
you set at once as
(Bass, Treble and Balance) at once to the default settings.
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The set clock function is described on page 31 as the interactive plug-in menu. You can choose
to set the clock automatically or manually. If you need to set the clock again, follow the steps
below.
J.V
• •
Press the MENU button
To SET CLOCK
To enter
When you set the clock automatically,
J.V
• •
choose AUTO by pressing the •
or •
arrows.
To TIME ZONE
To select your time zone
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When you set the clock manually,
pressing the • or • arrows.
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To select
your time zone:
(Atlantic,
Eastern,
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choose MANUAL by
move to the hours
set the hours
move to minutes
set the minutes
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DATE/YEAR
set the month
day
set the day
year
set the year
D.S.T. (daylight savings
turn D.S.T. ON or OFF
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when finished
Notes:
• D.S.T. can be used when it is set to ON in the SET CLOCK menu.
• Only when the MODE set to AUTO, the Daylight Savings Time feature automatically adjusts
your TV's clock for Daylight Savings. The clock will move forward one hour at 2:00 am on
the first Sunday in April. The clock wilI move back one hour at 2:00 am on the last Sunday in
October.
• You will have to reset the clock after a power interruption.
operating any timer functions.
You must set the clock before
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The on/off timer lets you program your television to turn itself on or off. You can use it as an
alarm to wake up, to help you remember important programs, or as a decoy when yodre not
home.
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Press the MENUbutton
a.V
To ON/OFF TIMER
ION TiME
I_
To enter (begins with ON TIME)
CHANNEL
I_
To set the hour (AMIPM) you want the TV to
turn on
•
OFF
ON/OFF
To move to minutes
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TIME
7:00
PM
10:00
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03
TIMER
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PRESS
_ TO FINISH
To set the minutes
To accept ON TIME and move to OFF TIME (the time the TV will turn off). Set the
OFF TIME the same way as ON TIME
To accept OFF TIME and move to CHANNEL
411.
To select channei
To ON VOLUME
411.
To set the volume level
To move to MODE
411.
Choose ONCE or EVERYDAY
To ON/OFF TIMER
Choose YES to accept the timer setting, choose NO if you don't wish to accept
Press the OK button to finish
Press the MENUbutton to exit the menu
Notes:
• The on/off time cannot be set to locked or guarded channels.
• In order for the on/off timer to work, the clock must be set.
• After a power interruption,
the timer settings must be reset.
Thelamp
replacement
message
willappear
when
youneed
tochange
thelamp.After
you
replace
thelamp,
youneed
toreset
thetimer
which
isbuiltintoyourtelevision.
(_
Press
theMENU
button
J.V
To LAMP TIMER RESET
• •
To Enter
PREVIOUS
BET CLOCK
ON / OFF T_MER
The following message will appea_
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Press the OK button while the above message appears on the television screen.
The lamp timer has now been reset.
Notes:
• You can use the Lamp Timer Reset only after replacing the lamp.
• See Page 93 for instructions
on lamp replacement.
Your
television
hastwokinds
ofscreen:
TWIN
(2channels)
andINDEX
(12channels).
Note:After
youpress
anymuItiscreen
buttons,
ifyoupress
themenu
button,
onlythepicture
adjust
screen
willappear.
Activate
thesplit-screen
option
bypressing
TWIN
on
theremote
control.
Thechannel
(orinput)
youwere
watching
before
pressing
TWiN
willappear
ontheleft,
thenewchannel
willappear
ontheright.
Thesound
willcontinue
tocome
fromthemain
screen
channel
(orinput).
Toturnsplit-screen
offandreturn
to
normal
television
viewing,
press
TWiN
again
orpress
theBACK
button.
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SPLIT SCREEN
PICTURE
Notes:
• If the signal that you are watching
SWAP or INDEX mode
is coming from the HDMI input, you cannot enter the
• Main Screen and SPlit Screen will not display the same channel or input at the same time.
• You can enter the TWIN mode when the screen is in NORMAL or INDEX mode.
. Split-screen functions will no[ work with locked channels or channels blocked by V-Chip
ratings limits. A gray screen will display instead
• With split screen, the picture from the component terminal and DIGITAL-IN terminal wll
not be displayed
• The aspect of MAIN CHANNEL PICTURE becomes 16:9 when you input the picture of
480p, 720p and 1080i from the component terminal and DIGITAL-IN terminal
• After you press the SELECTbutton, and select SPLIT SCREEN when you press the
OK button select qormal screen. If yOu don't operate, the MAIN CHANNEL SCREEN will
be automatically selected about 8 seconds later.
- Aspect does not work in Twin mode.
• When the cable card is inserted into the TV the combination
digital broadcasting will no[ appear in the TW N mode.
of analog broadcasting
and
• When it is PC output. Main and Split screen will not be displayed.
• When you are in PC mode. TWIN. INDEX or FREEZE can not be used
• When you press the Menu button in Twin mode, it appears only as Picture Adjust menu_
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This allows you to quickly look at up to !2 channels at a time so that you can decide which one
to watch.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
11
12
9
10
Notes:
• Only RF input signal will be displayed.
• You can watch the channel added in channel summary.
See page 41.
Pressing the FREEZEbutton causes the screen to change to the split-screen display with the still
picture displayed on the right. In order to return to the normal display, press the FREEZEbutton
once again.
Note:
• When the screen is in freeze mode, if you do not operate it within 15 minutes, this function
will cancel out.
You can exchange the channel (or input) displayed
screen image by pressing the SWAP button.
in the split screen window for the main
Note:
• It will only work in TWIN mode.
With SELECT, you can select the picture (channel) while viewing TWIN screen. When you
press SELECT button, the channel number on the top will be highlighted. Each press of SELECT
wiil shift the channel.
Turns
theTVonoroff.
Press
thePOWER
button
Note:
• Afterturning
thepower
on,youcannotturnthepower
offforabout
oneminute.
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Use the number buttons on the remote controt to move directly to a specific channeI. For
example, to move to channet 12:
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O (Zero)
1 (One)
(_)
2 (Two)
Lets you decide the input channel and select it. After you press the number buttons on the
remote, press the TUNE button. For example, to move to channel 12:
1 (One)
2 (Two)
Press the TUNE button
Selects the signal input source for the television: VIDEO-l,
video devices like VCRs, DVD players or camcorders.
(_
2, 3, 4, DIGITAL-IN or i.LINK for
Press the INPUTbutton
By every press of the INPUTbutton, you can change the input mode.
Notes:
• When you return to TV mode, press the RETURN+/TV button or direct 10 key pad or CHANNEL
+/-- button.
• You can also access by pressing the INPUTbutton on the side of the TV instead of the remote
control.
• i.LINK can be selected onIy when you have an i.LINK device connected.
• If you have a PC connected to the TV, select VIDEO-3.
The TheaterPro D6500K color temperature technology function makes sure that the video you
watch is set to the standard color temperature, so that what you see is as true to what the fiIm
to video editors intended it to be.
Press the THEATERPRObutton
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The RETURN+/TV button has three functions:
Return - Returns to the channel viewed just before the channel currently onscreen.
Return+
- Lets you program a specific channel to return to while scanning through the
channels using the CH+ and CH- buttons.
TV - Returns to the TV mode.
(_)
Press the RETURN+/TV and hold for three seconds
The channel currently active has been programmed as your return+ channel. Now scan
through the channels using the CHANNEL+/--buttons.
(_
Press the RETURN+/TV
You will return to your programmed
channel.
• To cancel your return+ channel, press and hold the RETURN+button for three seconds. The
message "RETURN CHANNEL CANCELLED!" will appear.
• Return+ works only with the Channel+/- buttons. Pressing any number key will cancel
return+.
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By pressing the SOUND button, you can change the A.H.S.+ (Advanced
mode, BBE and SMART SOUND on or off.
Hyper Surround
plus)
A.H.S.+ - Adds a more spacious surround sound. Music gives basic effect and movie for more
effect.
BBE - BBE High Definition Sound restores clarity and presence for better speech intelligibility
and musical realism.
SMART SOUND - Decreases
high sound levels, giving a regulated sound level.
Press the SOUNDbutton
AV
To select A.H.S.+, BBE or SMART SOUND
• •
To choose the setting
Press the MENUwhen finished
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under license from BBE Sound, Inc. Licensed by BBE Sound, Inc. under
USP4638258,
5510752 and 5736897-BBE
BBE Sound;
Note:
and BBE Symbo I are registered trademarks
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Smart Sound may become an unnatural effect, depending on the signal source.
of
TheMUTING
button
instantly
turns
thevolume
down
completely
when
youpress
it. Press
MUTING
andthevolume
level
wiIIinstantIy
gotozero.
Torestore
thevolume
toitsprevious
IeveI,
press
MUTING
again.
TheVIDEO
STATUS
button
gives
youachoice
offourTVpicture
display
settings,
incIuding
a
display
ofyourownpreferences.
Standard
- Resets
thepicture
display
tothefactory
settings.
Dynamic
-Gives
avividpicture
withbetter
contrast
when
viewing
in
abrightly
litroom.
Theater
-Gives
a rich,film-Iike
Iooktovideo
when
viewing
ina
dimlylitroom.
Game
- Used
forwhen
youareplaying
video
games
connected
to
yourTV.
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Press
theVIDEO
STATUS
button
By every press of the VIDEO STATUSbutton,
you change the mode.
Note:
• You can also change the mode by pressing the J.V buttons.
• You can also access the FRONT CONTROL PANEL screen by using
the side of the TV instead of the remote control. It appears between
PICTURE ADJUST screen, and it has VIDEO STATUS and ASPECT
STATUS by pressing MENU• on the side panel and choose a mode
+/- buttons ( • OPERATE • ).
the MENUbutton on
INITIAL SETUP and
menus. Choose VIDEO
by using the CHANNEL
Natural cinema corrects the problem of blurred edges which may occur when viewing a program
originally shot on film (such as motion pictures) or animation. If you notice blurring at the edges
of these programs, press NATURALCINEMA and set it to AUTO. Natural Cinema helps correct
conversion errors that occur when film, which is shot at 24 frames-per-second, is broadcast at the
television rate of 30 frames-per-second.
Press the NATURALCINEMAbutton
Notes:
•
•
•
•
The natural cinema mode is automatically set to 'AUTO" in the
following cases:
Turning on or off
Changing the channel or input mode
Using multi-screen functions
If you are in PC mode, Natural Cinema can net be used
Ill
The Sleep Timer can turn the TV off for you after you fall asleep. Program it to work in intervals
of 15 minutes, for a total time of up to 180 minutes.
I2
Press the SLEEPbutton
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153045607590
105 120 135 150 165 180 _]
Sleep Timer Message
20 seconds before the automatic shutoff, this message will appear:
You then have 20 seconds to press the SLEEPbutton to
delay the shut off for another 15 minutes.
MTS technology allows several audio signals to be broadcast in analog at once, giving you a
choice in what you wish to hear with a TV program. In addition to mono or stereo sound, an
MTS broadcast may also include a second audio program (SAP).
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Press the ML/MTs button
By every press of the ML/MTS button, you change
!
the mode
oN A_R
MTS_
STEREO
ON AiR
i
SAP jj
J
Notes:
• When you are receiving a digital broadcast, if there are other languages, you can change the
language by pressing the ML/MTS button.
• Keep the TV in stereo mode to get the best sound quality. The sound will work in stereo
mode even if a certain broadcast is in mono sound only.
• Choose the mono setting to reduce excessive noise on a certain channel or broadcast.
• Selecting SAP will allow you to hear an alternative soundtrack,
• MTS unavailable
on page 69.
if your television's
• ML/MTS will not work when you are using the Digital-In.
• You can also change the mode by pressing the AV
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if one is available.
Input source is in input 1, 2, 3 or 4 mode, as described
buttons.
The display screen shows the current status of timers, inputs and XDS ID.
(_
Press the DISPLAYbutton
The screen to the right shows the following
information:
05
• The current channeI orAV input (Channel 05)
• The current time (12:20 pm)
• Sleep timer status/minutes remaining (The Sleep
Timer is off)
• On/off timer status (Set to turn on everyday at 7:
00 PM, off at 10:00 PM)
• Each Press of the DISPLAYbutton changes the
display mode:
F_
Display
DispHay _
Time
_
KLVX
JAZZ
PBS
FESTIVAL
ON TIME
7:00 PM
OFF TIME
Chart nell _
10:00
Off
- Full screen shown above
Time - Shows the current time only
Channel
- Shows the current channet
Off - Turns display off
Notes:
• You may also turn off the display at any step by pressing MENU.
• If the clock, sleep timer or on/off timer are not set, the display screen will show:
+'CLOCK NOT SET", "SLEEP TIMER OFF"+ and "ONIOFF TIMER OFF" respectively.
Use the C.C. (Closed Caption) button to select the mode of closed caption.
(_
Press the C.C. button
Notes:
• SMART CAPTION wilI appear when you press the MUTINGbutton,
only on channels where the broadcast contains closed captioning.
• When you select ON+ it wili be the mode selected in the Closed
Caption Menu.
• See page 51 when you set the caption/text mode.
• You can also change the mode by pressing the AV buttons.
• If you are in PC mode, C.C. can not be used
Use these buttons to move up or down all the available channels your TV is able to receive.
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Use these buttons to raise or lower the TV's volume level.
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PM
The Favorite button allows you to select your favorite channels easily.
the channels that you like. See how to register below.
(_
Press the FAVORITEbutton
The favorite channel list wil! appea_
J.V
To select the channel you want to watch
First, you must register
PREVIOUS
101
CBS
102
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Press the OK button
It wil! change to the channel you have selected.
D103
PBS2
<
D107
Register the favorite
channel
8
Press the channel number you want to register
The channel program wil! change.
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>
HBO
ABC
," NEX?
Press the FAVORITEbutton for three seconds
The channel wil! be registered in the favorite channel list.
Notes:
• Both analog and digital channels can be registered. The digital channels have a "D" in front
of the channel number.
• The maximum number of channels you can register is 24.
• If you have registered the maximum number of channels, and try to register more channels,
the oldest channel you registered will be deleted.
• Sub channels can not be registered.
• The newest channel you registered will appear at the top of the list.
• Regarding digital channels, see pages 78 - 80.
Delete the favorite
channel
(_
Press the FAVORITEbutton
The favorite channel list will appea_
J.V
4 •
To select the channel you want to delete
To enter
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Press the OK button
The channel was deleted.
Press the FAVORITEbutton when finished
Note:
• Before pressing the FAVORITEbutton when you are finished, press the • •
you can return to the deleted channel.
button again, and
Thisfeature
willheIpyouadjust
thepicture
youarewatching
togiveyouthebestpossible
picture
quaIity.
PANORAMA
-Withthisratio
anormal
4:3aspect
picture
isstretched
tofitthe
dimensions
ofthe16:9aspect
screen.
CINEMA
-Thisratio"zooms
in" on the
REGULAR
- The regular ratio is used
when you want to watch a 4:3 broadcast
or recorded program without modifying the
original picture to fit the dimensions of your
16:9 screen. The 4:3 picture will fill the
screen from top to bottom, while gray bars
will appear to fill up the remaining space
along the picture's sides. The 4:3 picture
will be centered within the boundaries of the
16:9 screen.
center part of a 4:3 aspect picture, blowing
it up to filI the 16:9 screen.
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SLIM - This aspect mode shrinks the
screen d 16:9 to 4:3. There are some
FULL - This is the ratio to use when
watching
!6:9 High-Definition
broadcasts.
programming that is already stretched by
mistake at broadcasting companies, so this
mode corrects it. Gray side bars wilI appear.
PANORAMA ZOOM - This ratio stretches
the High-Definition 16:9 aspect image to
eliminate the black side bars.
CINEMA ZOOM - This ratio stretches
the High-Definition 16:9 aspect image to
eliminate the black surrounding bars.
REGULAR
mode.
- This is the original aspect
FULL - This aspect mode stretches the
image to fit the dimensions of the 16:9
aspect screen.
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Press the ASPECTbutton
• By pressing the ASPECTbutton, you can change the size.
When you change the aspect ratios, it is different from their broadcast or recorded program.
NTSC, 480i, 480p
HD (!080i, 720p)
ATSC (!O8Oi, 720p)
ATSC (480i, 480p)
PC
Notes:
• You can also choose the size by pressing the J.V
buttons.
• When you change the aspect ratio or signal, reset the picture position to center.
• You can also access the FRONT PANEL CONTROL screen by using the MENU button
on the side of the TV instead of the remote control. It appears between INITIAL SETUP
and PICTURE ADJUST screen, and it has VIDEO STATUS and ASPECT menus. Choose
ASPECT by pressing Menu • on the side panel and choose a mode by using the CHANNEL
+/- buttons ( • OPERATE • ).
• "SLIM" can only be dispalyed when the signal is ATSC (480i or 480p).
• If the televison receives a !6:9 signal from your HDMI device, the aspect mode will turn to
FULL automatically.
If the television receives a 4:3 signal from your HDMI device when you
are in FULL aspect mode, it will return to REGULAR aspect mode. If you change the aspect
mode after the televison changed it to FULL automatically, the televison will change to the
aspect mode you choosed.
The MENU button allows you to access JVC_s onscreen
the onscreen menu system.
menu system. Press MENU to activate
• See individual topics like "Sound Adjust" for specific information
on using menus.
This button confirms your selection when you are in one of the onscreen
menus.
This button allows you to go back in the menu to change a selection or correct a mistake.
Useeither
thetelevision's
owntuner
oracable
boxtoselect
channels.
Setthisswitch
toTVto
operate
thetelevision's
built-in
tuner.
Move
theswitch
toCATV
tooperate
acable
box.
Note:
• Seepage33forinformation
onprogramming
yourremote
forcable
boxoperation.
Youcancontrol
aVCRorDVD
player
withthebuttons
onthelower
partoftheremote
control.
Move
theslideswitch
toVCRorDVD
tooperate.
Notes:
• Theremote
ispreset
withthecode
000tocontrol
JVC-brand
VCR's.
Foranyother
manufactureCs
brand
VCR,
please
seethecode
chartandinstructions
onpage
34.
• Theremote
ispreset
withthecode
000tocontrol
JVC-brand
DVD
players.
Foranyother
manufactureCs
brand
DVDplayer,
please
seethecode
chart
andinstructions
onpage
35.
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You can use this remote control to operate the basic functions of your VCR. These functions
include: play, record, rewind, fast-forward, stop, pause, channel scan, TV/VCR, power on and
power off.
Move the selector switch to VCR to operate.
• The remote is preset with the code 000 to control JVC-brand VCR's. For any other
manufactureCs brand VCR, please see the code chart and instructions on page 34.
You can also use this remote control to operate the basic functions of your DVD player. These
functions include: play, rewind, fast-forward, stop, stilllpause, previous/next, tray open/close,
power on and power off.
Move the selector switch to DVD to operate.
• The remote is preset with the code 000 to control JVC-brand DVD players. For any other
manufactureCs brand DVD player, please see the code chart and instructions on page 35.
All remote control buttons are illuminated, except for the TV/CATV slide switch, VCR/DVD
switch and Light button. Press the LIGHTbutton to turn the illumination on for 4 seconds.
slide
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Use this function when you are receiving a digital broadcast.
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Press the MENUbutton
J.V
To DIGITAL SETUP
• •
To enter
The onscreen will appear
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Notes:
• Software Update will only appear when the SD Card
is inserted.
• If you are watching an analog channel, you can still
access the digital setup menu at anytime, while you are doing this, the background screen
will turn blank. In this case, the tuner will switch to digital, since you are accessing the digital
setup menu.
Confirms the present antenna level.
Press the MENUbutton
J.V
To DIGITAL SETUP
• •
To enter
J.V
To Antenna Level
• •
To enter
Note:
• If you are watching an analog channel or a signal from your i.Link device, antenna level will
not appear.
Youcanselect
theoptical
digital
sound
output,
either
PCM
orDolby
Digital
when
yourTVis
connected
toanamplifier
thathasDolby
Digital
decoder.
Ifyouselect
Dotby
Digital,
youcan
enjoy
listening
in5.1ch
sound
when
watching
digital
broadcasts.
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Press
theMENU
button
J.V
• •
To DIGITAL SETUP
To enter
AV
To Digital Sound
• •
To select PCM or DOLBY DIGITAL
I2
Press the MENUbutton when finished
Notes:
• If your amplifier does not have Dolby Digital decoder, select PCM
cannot output the sound from the speakers.
• For connecting an amplifier using the optical output, see page 23.
D|G|TAL
If you don't select PCM, it
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dotby", and the
doubte-D symbol are trademarks of Dotby Laboratories.
You can select the aspect mode for ATSC from 4:3 or 16:9.
2
AV
AY
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Press the MENU button
To DIGITAL SETUP
To enter
To Aspect Ratio
To select 4:3 or 16:9
Press the MENUbutton when finished
Notes:
• Set the mode to 4:3 or 16:9 before you record
a program
using the ATSC MONITOR
OUT.
• Make sure the mode you choose is the same as the TV's aspect ratio when the recorded
program is played back, so that you can obtain a good picture quality, free from any unatural
distortions.
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Press
theMENU
button
J.y
• •
To DIGITAL SETUP
To enter
J.V
• •
To Cable Card Application
To enter
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Press the OK button
The application will perform
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When playing a D-VHS tape, you can set it to the i.LINK input automatically,
or manually.
Press the MENU button
AV
To DIGITAL SETUP
To enter
AV
To i.LINK Auto Play
To select ON or OFF
ON: Set to i.LINK input automatically
OFF: Select the input manually
Press the MENUbutton when finished
At first, insert the SD(Multi-media) card into the memory card slot. This function will appear
only when you insert an SD Card.
Press the MENU button
Ay
• •
To DIGITAL SETUP
To enter
Ay
• •
J.V
To Software Update
To enter
Checks the card if it needs an update or not
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Press the MENU button when finished
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The D/A button changes the analog and digital channel. Each time you press the D/A button,
you can switch back and forth the analog and digital channels. Digital channels have a "D" in
front of the channel number.
Note:
• If the cable card is inserted into the TV, you cannot use the D/A button.
digital channel only.
(_
You can select a
Press the D/A button
To watch digital
channels
For example, to move to channel D23:
(_D
Press 2 (Two)
(_
Press 3 (Three)
(_
Press the TUNE button
The main channel sometimes has minor channels (Sub Channels).
you can select a sub channel easily.
By using the SUB button,
For example, to move to sub channel !23-45:
Press 1 (One)
(_D
Press 2 (Two)
Press 3 (Three)
Press the SUB button
Press 4 (Four)
Press 5 (Five)
(_])
Press the TUNE button
Note:
• If there are more than 2 major channels, select the digital channel by using the a.V buttons
and then press the OK button.
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i.LINK has two menus - Controller and Device.
By connecting
a D-VHS VCR with an i.LINK cable, you can set the timer easily.
Notes:
• The i.LINK/Timer
function will only work when you are receiving digital programming
only.
• As for the connection of a D-VHS VCR with the i.LINK cable, see page 27.
• When operating the i.LINK, don't insert or disconnect
the i.LINK cable.
Controller
You can operate a D-VHS VCR connected with an i.LINK cable by using this controller.
Notes:
• If the i.LINK is not connected,
page 83 will appear.
• Some controller
operations
the Controller OSD will not appear.
The OSD of device on
may differ from your D-VHS VCR operations.
Press the i.LINK MENUbutton
Controller
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•
• I_ AV
To select the key you want to operate
Press the OK button
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Device
To operate, select a device.
AT
To select your device connecting
with i.LINK
Press the OK button
Notes:
• If you do not select the device, you cannot use the i.LINK timer functions.
• When one device is selected and you select controller, you will move to the Controller
onscreen.
• The devices listed on the device onscreen are only D-VHS and HD-MOVIE that have i.LINK,
which can be recognized on this television. However, you can not record programs to HDMOVIE.
• If you disconnect one device, it will be removed from the list. Then, select Renumber
rearrange the list in the new order.
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You can set the two timers: Record and view. The timer starts the recording or turns to the
channel you set for it automatically.
Reservation
Press the TIMERbutton
i•
To New Reservation
Press the OK button
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•
To Timer Mode
• •
To select Rec or View
•
To Channel
• •
To select the channel you want to set the timer for
•
To Date
• •
•
• •
•
To select the date
To Start Time
To set the start time
To End Time
• •
To set end time
•
To Weekly/Daily
• •
•
• •
•
To select Once, Weekly, Daily(Sun.-Sat.),
Daily(Mon.-Sat.)
or Daily(Mon.-Fri.)
To Rec to i.LINK
To select ON or OFF
To Set Timer
Press the OK button
If you set the Rec on timer mode, set recording
title.
;FI is added in front of the program
If you set the View on timer mode, set viewing +V+ is added in front of the program
title.
Notes:
• In order for the timer setting to work, you must set the clock on your television.
64.
• When you want to edit the timer settings, see Timer Edit on page 85.
See page
Timer Edit
When you want to confirm the timer you set or edited, or delete the timer setting, use this
function.
Timer Edition
Press the TIMERbutton
A•
To select the timer list you want to edit
(_)
Press the OK button
it
• • A•
•
(_
_t
To change the setting you want to edit
To Set Timer
Press the OK button
Timer Deletion
Press the TIMERbutton
A•
To select the timer list you want to delete
Press the OK button
A•
To Delete
Press the OK button
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Cancel the timer recording
When you record a digital program now, you can cancel the recording.
(_
Press the TIMERbutton
iV
To select the timer list you want to cancel
the recording
Press the OK button
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terminate current program ?" will
appear.
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To select
YES: Cancel the recording
NO: Continue the recording
Press the OK button
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You can view the program from the GUIDE.
Notes:
• The GUIDE function will only work when you are receiving digital programming only.
• The GUIDE will not show the correct time and date if you have not performed the set clock
function on your television. See page 64.
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This OSD warning appears when the digital channel that you have selected is too weak to
receive or no signal is being detected for that channel.
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If the TV channel you selected, or were watching is not receiving a signal, "NO PROGRAM"
appears on the television screen. It appears when that channel is not receiving a signal and you
have the Noise Muting function OFF and you have a single screen. It moves automatically every
two seconds to prevent the screen from burn-in.
Note:
• Even if "NO PROGRAM" appears on the screen, your timer functions and auto shut off
functions that you set, are still active.
If you are inputting a PC signal that is invalid, "Invalid Signal" will appear on the TV screen.
appears when the input is PC and it is a single screen.
It
II
Cable card offers information
back of the TV.
when a cable card is inserted into the CABLE CARD slot on the
Notes:
• Please contact your local cable company regarding detailed information.
Cable Card Connection
CABLBCARD
TV Rear Panel
Note for inserting Cable Card:
• When you are watching a digital program, and if a weather or government emergency occurs,
the following may occur automatically regardless of what channel you were watching: the
channel may change, the screen will disappear or important text will appear on the screen.
The information is transmitted from EAS (Emergency Alert System), Firmware Upgrade of
Cable Card or compulsory HTML
There is no power
• Check for a blown fuse or circuit breaker or a power outage.
• It is possible the fan is stuck or the inside temperature
is rising
Consult
The POWLR LED
and LAMP/PROGRAM
abnormally
your dealer.
• It may be a malfunction
that the fan is locked
or the temperature
has increased
LED are blinking
alternately
The POWER LED
and LAMP/PROGRAM
• The lamp may not have been installed correctly,
• The lamp door may not be closed correctly
or it may be due to a malfunction
LED are blinking
rapidly simultaneously
There is no picture
or sound
Remote
operating
at all
• The antenna could be disconnected.
• The input mode could be set improperly.
control is not
properly
or
See page 69.
• The tuner (Auto Tuner Setup)
could be set improperly.
• The TV station
difficulties.
may be having
• Check to see that the batteries
See page 40.
Check to see if other stations
are still working
and properly
are working.
installed
• Make sure the remote has a clear sight path to the TM
• Check that the TV/CATV switch is in the proper position.
• You may be too far from the TV You must be within 23 feet (7 meters).
You cannot select a
certain channel
• Make sure the channels have been programmed.
See "Channel Summary", page 41
• Check to see if the channel is locked
See "Channel Summary
- Lock" page 42
The power turns off
• Make sure the set did not become
by itself
• Perhaps the On/Off Timer is set. See page 65
• Check to see if the Sleep Timer was set See page 72
It does not operate
• This television
correctly
interference
is operated
is causing
unplugged.
by a microprocessor.
the problem.
It is possible
If the television
electrical plug from the wall outlet and wait a while before
again and operating the television.
The clock is wrong
* The power was interrupted
The color quality
* 31nt and Color
is poor
* The Video Status
There are lines
* There could
across the picture
arlother
and the clock was not reset
may be improperly
adjusted.
TV or VCR
from another
inserting
noise
correctly,
or
remove
See page 64
electrical
Move arly such appliances
setting.
appliance,
further
See page 71.
such as a computer,
away from the TV
The picture is spotted
* There could be interference
from a high-wattage
appliance,
like a hairdryer or vacuum,
operating nearby. Move the antenna away from the appliance
or change to a coaxial
cable connection which is less prone to interference
There are double
pictures (ghosts)
* A building or passing
slightly delayed one
Picture
* Your antenna
is snowy
(image noise)
Screen
is 80% black
connection
* The Closed
airplane can reflect the original signal and produce
Adiust your antenna position
may be damaged,
If the antenna
Caption
disconnected
is damaged,
replace
or turned
* Make sure the MTS settings
The LAMP/PROGRAM
LED continues blinking
• It may be a malfunction
are correct
of the internal
a second,
Check the antenna
it
Text mode is on Turn it off in the Closed
Stereo or bilingual
programs can't be
heard
the
it into the wall outlet
See page 60.
mode may be turned to the wrong
be interference
that external
does not function
Caption
Menu,
page 51
See page 72
electrical
circuits
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There is no sound
• The Center CH input
from the TV's
• The TV Speaker
may be turned on.
option may be turned
See page 59.
off
See page 57
speaker
Static electricity
* It is normal
to feel static electridty
You hear occasional
* It is normal
for the TV to make crackling
crackling
sounds
The AUTO
finished
DEMO
automatically
the sound or picture become
* The TV recieved
if you brush or touch the screen
abnormal,
a signal from
sounds when
first turned on or off Unless
this is fine
the AV CompuLink
* The On 11mer that you programmed
has started.
* The channel that the AUTO DEMO is using is a channel
* The Auto Shut Off that you programed
has occured
The
following
are
not
that is blocked
by V-Chip
malfunctions.
• The television may make a creaking sound if the temperature of the room or the temperature
inside the television changes. If there is no problem with the screen or sound, then there is no
need to worry.
• The lamp may make a noise when it blows, but this is not dangerous.
• The lamp may make a noise when the power is turned on and a picture is displayed on
the screen. This noise is caused when the mercury inside the lamp is heated, and is not a
malfunction.
• The still parts of a picture may remain on the screen. This is a characteristic
elements and not a malfunction. The picture will disappear over time.
of HD-ILA
• The operation of this television is not guaranteed below 0°C. If the power is turned on while
the temperature is below 0°C, the picture may be disturbed. Use the television when the
temperature is 0°C or higher.
• Although the HD-ILA element is manufactured with high-precision technology,
understand that some pixels may be lost or permanently displayed.
please
• There is a cooling fan built-in to the television. Please understand that this fan will make some
noise when the television is on and while cooling.
• Although the picture may be temporarily disturbed and noise may be seen on the screen if the
power is turned on immediately after it has been turned off. This is not a malfunction.
LAMP. Touching the glass surface will deposit oils from your hand onto the !amp
surface" When the lamp heats uP t° its °perating temperature' the °il will cause a
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differenc e in tempeJ-atur e 0nth e lamp surface that wi!! likelY cause th e !amp t0 break_
Replace the lamp with part numbe r TS-CL110U only! The television is designed
t° work specifically with this lamp. Using a different !amp, or a third-party
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lamp could cause a malfunction
and or damage to the television.
This television uses a 110-Watt high-pressure mercury lamp to project images onto the
television screen. When the lamp nears the end of its operating life, you may notice the picture
becoming dark. When the picture begins to darken, or the lamp burns out, it is time to replace
the lamp. The following instructions will tell you how to safely replace the lamp.
WARNING!
Under operating conditions, THE LAMP WILL GET EXTREMELY
CAUSE SEVERE BURNS IF TOUCHED.
HOT AND WILL
Before attempting to replace the lamp. make sure the television has completely run
through its cooling cycle. Turn the power off and wait until the LAMP/PROGRAM
LED
blinks very slowly and turns off completely. Unplug the TV. If you feel any warmth
as you place your hand near the lamp, DO NOT TOUCH IT. Wait until the lamp has
completely cooled before attempting to replace it. After turning the power off, wait at
least 1 hour or more.
NEVER attempt to replace the lamp with the television plugged into a wall outlet.
Attempting to replace the lamp with the TV plugged in could lead to a severe electrical
shock.
Do not keep the TV onfor more than 24 hours consecutively.
of the life of the lamp being shortened.
The life of the lamp changes depending
in which the TV is being used.
on the atmospheric
There is the possibility
temperature
and altitude
Please read these instructions fully before attempting to replace the lamp. If you feel
unsure about replacing the lamp yourself, call a service technician.
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Before replacing the lamp, you will need to purchase a replacement kit, part number
TS-CL110U. To purchase this kit, consult your dealer or call !-800-252-5722,
or go to
www.jvc.com.
The replacement
kit will include the following:
1 High-Pressure
Mercury Lamp
1 Instruction
Manual
Because the lamp contains a small amount of mercury, it cannot be disposed
normal trash.
LAMP NEEDSTO BEREPLACED.
of with
If this message appears when you turn the TV
on, you need to replace the lamp. See page 97
on how to replace the lamp.
Note:
AFTER
PRESS
TO
REPLACING
OK,
IF YOU
"THE LAMP,
DO NOT WANT
SEE THIS MESSAGEAGAIN.
• This message will appear every time you
turn on the TV when the lamp needs to be
replaced. Press the OK button to make the
message disappear, or replace the lamp.
Please read these instructions fully before attempting to replace the lamp. If you feel
unsure about replacing the lamp yourself, call a service technician. Please observe all
safety warnings.
1) Turn off the television.
Press the POWER button on the remote control or TV front panel. Wait until the picture has
closed and the LAMP LED on the front panel has stopped blinking indicating the lamp coo!
down is complete.
Warning: The cool-down process cools the lamp from its operating temperature. This
does not mean that the lamp will now be cool enough to handle safely. We strongly
recommend you wait at least one hour before proceeding.
2) Unplug the television.
Disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet. Make sure that the LAMP LED light has stopped
blinking before you unplug the set. Never attempt to replace the lamp with the television
plugged in.
3) Remove the lamp cover.
The lamp is located behind the lamp cover below the left side of the
television. To access the lamp you will need to remove the lamp cover.
First, loosen the screw located on the lamp cover using your fingers. If the
screw is difficult to loosen using your fingers, loosen by using a coin.
Once the screw has been loosened, gently pull the knob towards you and
the panel will come away from the television. Set it aside.
WARNING: DO NOT attempt to remove the assembly until the lamp has fully cooled, if you
feel any heat near the lamp. STOP and wait until the _amp has FULLY COOLED.
NEVER attempt to remove the lamp w_th the television plugged into an outlet.
DO NOT DROP the used lamp. The inside of the lamp is under pressure. Dropping or other
hard shock could cause the lamp to shatter.
ALWAYS recycle the used lamp. Because the lamp contains a small amount of mercury, it
cannot be thrown away w_th regular trash. Follow the recychng instructions included with the
Lamp Replacement Kit.
4) Remove the lamp unit.
Using a Philips head type screwdriver (cross-head type), loosen the two screws fastening the
lamp unit. When the screws have been loosened, remove the lamp by raising the handle and
gently sliding the unit straight towards you. Place it carefully in the recycling packaging.
5) Install the new lamp unit.
Holding the handle attached to the new lamp unit, slide and push the new lamp straight into the
television and back into the lamp housing area. Do not forget to re-tighten the two screws.
Note: If the lamp does not sit securely in the TV (flat in the lamp housing area), it won't turn on.
Make sure the lamp sits securely and fiat in the housing area.
WARNING!
Remember it is very important that YOU DO NOT TOUCH THE LAMP SURFACE.
read the warnings on page 91 again.
Please
Also, replace the lamp with part number TS-CL110U onlyt The television is designed
to work specifically with this lamp. Lamps other than TS-CL110U may cause
malfunctions and/or other damaqe to the television.
NOTICE (for USA)
This product has a High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamp that
contains a small amount of mercury. It also contains lead in some
components.
Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your
community due to environmental considerations.
For disposal or
recycling information, please contact your local authorities, or the
Electronics Industries Alliance: http:llwww.eiae.org
To purchase a replacement
lamp kit, please call 1-800=252-5722.
6) Re-install the lamp cover.
Insert the lamp cover in the right concave and close the lamp cover. Because the lamp cover
has a role to help prevent the danger of an electrical shock, tighten the screw using your
fingers.
Note:
• After installing the new lamp unit, do not forget to reset the lamp timer. See page 66.
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While the power is on, and there is a problem with the TV, the TV changes to warning
mode and informs you of the problem using the LED as follows. Then, the power turns off
automatically and performs the cooling for approximately 90 seconds.
The LAMP/PROGRAM
LED blinks
Condition:
It may be a malfunction
To correct:
Keep the TV off for a while and then turn the power on again. If the TV goes into
warning mode, unplug the TV after the cooling has completed and consult your
dealer.
of the internal electrical circuits.
The POWER LED blinks
Condition:
It may be a malfunction
To correct:
Keep the TV off for a while and then turn the power on again. If the TV goes into
warning mode, unplug the TV after the coo! down as completed and consult your
dealer.
of the internal electrical circuits.
The POWER LED and LAMP/PROGRAM
LED blink alternately
Condition:
The inside temperature
To correct:
Keep the TV off for a while and then turn the power on again. If the TV goes into
warning mode, unplug the TV after the coot down as completed and consult your
dealer.
rises abnormally or the fan may be blocked.
The POWER LED and LAMP/PROGRAM
LED blink rapidly
simultaneously
Condition:
The lamp unit has been installed on a slant and is not flat, or it is not fully inserted
into the lamp housing. Or it may be a lamp malfunction.
To correct:
• If this condition occurs soon after replacing the lamp: Reinstall the new lamp unit.
Repeat the lamp installation steps, taking care to observe all warnings. Make
sure the lamp sits FLAT inside the unit when you reinstall it.
• If this condition occurs except for replacing the lamp: Keep the TV off for a while
and then turn the power on again. If the TV goes into warning mode, unplug the
TV after the cool down as completed and consult your dealer.
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Model
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HD-56G886
HD*56G786
HD-52G886
HD*52G786
HD ILA Device Projection
l'ype
NTSC,
R ecep_ton Format
Receptton
Range
BTSC System (MullbChannel
Sound)
A_ SC Terrestrial
Dig_ta_ Cable
VHF 2 to 13, UHF 14 to 69 CA rv 135 Sub, Mid, Super, Hyper
and Ultra bands (191 channe_ frequency synthesizer system)
• Reception of channel A5 ("95" of the TV set's on_creen
numbers) is not recommended
for your TV set
Power Source
AC 120V, 60 Hz
205W
Power Consumptton
Projectbn
Source
Screen
110W High Pressure
Mercury
Lamp
52 inch / 132 cm
measured dlegonally,
16:9 ratb
Size
56 inch / 142 cm
measured d_egonally,
16:9 ratto
10 cm round X 2
Speakers
Audio Output
Antenna
cable channel
FuEl Range
Term_naE
75 ohms
lOW + lOW
{VNF/UHF){F
type connector)
(VHF/UHF,
A3 SC/DIGITAL
CABLE IN)
V_deo: 1 Vp p 75 ohms
Audio: 500 mVm/s (4dBs) high impedance
Ex_erna_ Input Jacks
Component
Jack
Input
S V_deo Input Jacks
Y: lVp
p positive, 75 chins (negative sync provided)
Pb/Pr: 07 Vp p 75 ohms
Y: 1Vp p positive, 75 ohms (negative _nc provided)
C: 0¸286 Vp p (bur_ s_gnal), 75 ohms
Video: 1Vp_p, 75ohms
Y: 1Vp p positive, 75 ohms (negative sync provided)
C: 0¸286 Vp p (burst signaE)_ 75 ohms
Audio: 250mVrms (lOdBs)
Fs 18rib Low Impedance
Monitor/Recording
Outpul
Audio Output Jacks
(VARI/FIX)
VARi: More than 0 Io 10O0rnVrn/s (_2 2dBs)
FIX : 50OmVrms (4dBs)
Low impedance (100O Hz when modulated
Optical Output
Digital Audio
_LiNK
In/Out
Digital Out (oplical)
Jack
AV CornpuLink
Jack
In
D_rnen sions (inch)
W XH XD(cm)
Weight
(Ibs / k)
Accessories
Specifications
TS IN!OUT (4 pin, S4OO) x 2
compliant DTCP digital copy protection
III
PC Input Jack
Digital
IEEE1394
100%)
x 1
compatible
3 5 ram mini jack X 1
Anabg RGB DSUB (15 pin) x 1
• PC signa_ is available
Refer to page 29 for details on the signals which
can be _nput
HDIvll iackx 1
Note: The D_gLta_-in temsina_ is not compatiMe
persona_ computer
w_th picture s_gna_s of a
48 1/2 x 35 7!8 x 16 3/8
1229x91
1 x415
52x38
1/8 x 17 3/8
1318x968x439
85 / 39
92 / 42
I_umLnat ed remote contro_ unLt x 1 / AA batteries
Two way S pl_tter x 1 / RF Cable x 2
subject to change without
X 2
notice.
• The open source software is embedded in this product. For more information,
http ://software.jvc. com/opensource/Inx/DP /O4_AtscCC/download.htmI
please go to:
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JVC COMPANY
Division
OF AMERICA
of JVC Americas
1700 Valley
Wayne,
Corp.
Road
New Jersey,
07470
JVC CANADA, INC.
21 Finchdene Square
Scarborough, Ontario
Canada, M1X 1A7