Daewoo DLT-26C3 Instruction manual

LCD TELEVISION
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Helpline Number: 0870 100 2525
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Caution
CAUTION
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 electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user
to the presence of important operating and servicing instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY
INSERT.
DISPOSAL OF USED ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
(Europe only)
The meaning of the symbol on the product, its accessory or packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Please, dispose
of this equipment at your applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical & electronic equipments waste. In the European Union and Other European countries which there are separate collection systems for used electrical
and electronic product. By ensuring the correct disposal of this product, you will
help prevent potentially hazardous waste to the environment and to human
health, which could otherwise be caused by unsuitable waste handling of this
product. The recycling of materials will help conserve natural resources. Please
do not therefore dispose of your old electrical and electronic equipment with
your household waste. For more detailed information about recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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Important
Safeguards
Please read the following safeguards for your TV and retain for future reference.
Always follow all warnings and instructions marked on the television.
1. Read, Retain and Follow All Instructions
Read all safety and operating instructions before operating the TV. Retain them safely for future reference.
Follow all operations and instructions accordingly.
2. Heed Warnings
Adhere to all warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions.
3. Cleaning
Unplug the TV from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid, abrasive, or aerosol cleaners. Cleaners can permanently damage the cabinet and screen. Use a lightly dampened cloth for cleaning.
4. Attachments and Equipment
Never add any attachment and/or equipment without approval of the manufacturer as such additions may result in
the risk of fire, electric shock or other personal injury.
5. Water and Moisture
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
6. Setting
Do not place this TV on an unstable cart, stand or table. Placing the TV on an unstable base can cause the
TV to fall, resulting in serious personal injuries as well as damage to the TV. Use only a cart, stand, bracket
or table recommended by the manufacturer or salesperson.
7. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the TV and to protect
it from overheating. Do not cover the ventilations openings in the cabinet and never place the set in a confined space
such as built-in cabinet unless proper ventilation is provided. Leave a minimum 10 cm gap all around the unit.
8. Power Source
This TV should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of
the type of power supplied to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company.
9. Grounding or Polarization
This TV is equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This
plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the
outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. A warning that an apparatus with CLASS I construction shall
be connected to a MAINS socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.
10. Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed
upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, wall outlets, and the point
where they exit from the TV. MAINS plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
11. Lightning
For added protection for this TV during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods
of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the
TV due to lightning and power-line surges.
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Important
Safeguards
12. Power Lines
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power
circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care
should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with
them might be fatal.
13. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
14. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this TV through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or shortout parts that could result in fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on or into the TV.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
15. Outdoor Antenna Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the
TV, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to
Ground clamp
provide some protection against voltage surges and builtup static charges.
Electric
Section 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI /NFPA No. 70Service
1984, provides information with respect to proper groundEquipment
ing of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the
lead in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection
to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
Antenna lead in wire
Antenna discharge unit
(NEC section 810-20)
Grounding conductors
(NEC section 810-21)
Ground clamps
Power service grounding
Electrode system
(NEC art 250, part h)
NEC — national electrical code
16. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this TV yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or
other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
17. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug the TV from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
(a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
(b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the TV.
(c) If the TV has been exposed to rain or water.
(d) If the TV does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the TV to its normal operation.
(e) If the TV has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
(f ) When the TV exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for service.
18. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
19. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repair to the TV, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine
that the TV is in safe operating condition.
20. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
21. Disconnection
Please place the TV set in such a way that the main plug can be easily disconnected.
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Warning
This section must be read carefully and followed by the user prior to the operation of the product.
The manual states important instructions for the user’s own safety, and the proper operation of the product.
WARNING
Ignoring or disregarding the contents of this section and improper operation of the product may result in the person’s death
or serious injury.
In case of an accident, please unplug the unit from the outlet immediately.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover or back.
No user -serviceable parts inside. Refer to qualified service personnel for repair.
Do not put any object that contains water - such as flowerpot near to the unit. The water may penetrate into the unit, and be a
cause of fire or hazardous electric shock.
To prevent fire and damages to the product, unplug the unit
from the outlet during lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for a long period of time.
Do not put on or use the product near water and moisture-such
as in a bathroom, washbowl, etc. It may be a cause of fire and
electric shock hazards.
Slots and openings in the case are provided for ventilation to ensure
reliable operation of the product. Never put in any item-such as a
coin, paper, match- through these openings since it may touch dangerous voltage points that could result in fire or shock hazard.
Do not let children hang on or climb on the product since it may
be a cause of serious injury.
Hold the plug when unplugging the unit from the outlet.The cord
may cause fire or electric shock if damaged.
Do not cause the product to lean or put it in an unstable place
since it may cause a serious injury to a person, as well as damage
to the product if it falls.
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Warning
This section must be read carefully and followed by the user prior to the operation of the product.
The manual states important instructions for the user’s own safety, and the proper operation of the product.
CAUTION
Ignoring or disregarding the contents of this section and improper operation of the product may result in the person’s death
or serious injury.
Please keep the user’s manual in a safe place for future reference.
Do not put volatile substance-such as benzene, Do not spill water or drop the remote controller Do not view the TV too closely since it may
cause damage in your eyesight.
naphtha- near the product since it may cause since it may be a cause of malfunctioning.
a change in the product’s colour.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel Do not cover the top of the television set.Venti- The product should be situated away from any
for cleaning at least once a year since dust in- lation will be prevented,and it may be a cause of heat source-such as radiators, heat registers,
side the TV set may be a result or fire and mal- fire if the product is internally overheated.
stoves, or other products that produce heat.
functioning of the product.
Do not put on any heavy item on the power Please be advised of electric wires and cacord since it may result in fire or hazardous bles when installing the antenna. It may be
electric shock if the cord is damaged.
a cause of hazardous electric shock and fire
if the antenna touches or falls on the electric
wire; thus, it must be installed firmly, and far
away from the cables.
Do not touch the power cord with moistur- Do not expose the product to a dusty or moisized or wet hands when plugging to or unplug- turized place since it may be a cause of malging from the outlet since it may be a cause functioning.
of electric shock.
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Unplug the power from the outlet and all the
related connections from the unit to prevent
electric shock. At least two people must work
together to move the TV set when transporting to prevent the TV from falling, and consequently, any serious injury or damage.
Table of
Contents
Installation and Maintenance
Antenna Connection . . . . . . . . . . . .
Video Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camcorder & Video Game Connection.
DVD Player Connection . . . . . . . . . .
STB (Set Top Box) Connection . . . . . .
PC Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable TV Broadcasting Connection . . .
Connect with the Dolby Digital AMP . .
Name of Each Part . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Parts of the Remote Controller . . . . . . . . . .
Method To Use Basic Menu . . . . . . . . . . . .
To Watch TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up TV Stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DVB Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selection of AV and Multimedia Input Signal .
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Basic Guide
Application Guide
Screen Adjustment . .
Sound Adjustment . .
Selection of Language
Adjustment of Time . .
Other Functions . . . .
Teletext. . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . .
Standard of Product .
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Supplied
Accessories
Make sure that the following accessories are provided with the product.
AC cord
Instruction manual
PR
PR
Cover Bottom
- When you install wall mounting you set up cover bottom like
upper picture.
Remote controller
Batteries
Cable holder
(Except C2 Series)
The method of wire arrangement
1. Assemble the cable holder enclosed on the back of TV.
(PICTURE1)
(ASSEMBLY METHOD: After you push the
„A”(prominence part of cable holder) in the hole, rotate
the cable holder clockwise as an angle of 90°. You can
separate in reverse order of assembly.)
2. Open the cable holder. (PICTURE 2)
( you can open the cable holder that press and push „B”
part.)
3. After arrange lines with the cable holder, lock the „B”
again. (PICTURE 3)
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Antenna
Connection
Indoor Antenna Connection
1. Connect the feeder cable of the antenna to the combining adapter.
WHEN THE IMAGE IS NOT CLEAR : Unclear screen image and bad reception may be a cause of wrong antenna connection. Be sure to check its direction and place when installing.
combining adapter
2. Connect the combining adapter to the antenna input at the left side of the TV set.
WHEN USING THE COMBINING ADAPTER : You may obtain the combining adapter at your closest Service Centre.
indoor aerial
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT PC AUDIO
AV1
AV2
Back of the tv set
OPTICAL
Pr
Pb
R
L
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
COMPONENT
Antenna Input
9
Y
Antenna
Connection
CTV Antenna Connection
Such community TV Antenna installation may be found in most of co-op apartments.
When a coaxial cable is used : Plug the coaxial cable to the antenna socket, and fix it firmly by turning it to the right.
Antenna socket on the wall
Antenna socket at the left side of the TV set
ANT/CABLE
When a feeder cable is used : Plug the coaxial cable to the antenna socket, and fix it firmly by turning it
to the right.
Antenna socket on the wall
Antenna socket at the left side of the TV set
ANT/CABLE
Feeder cable connection with the combining adapter
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Antenna
Connection
Outdoor Antenna Connection
Outdoor Antenna connection-such as VHF or/and UHF-may be necessary for installation at private houses.
Single Antenna Connection
VHF Antenna
Back of the tv set
UHF Antenna
HDMI INPUT
AV1
PC INPUT PC AUDIO
AV2
OPTICAL
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
COMPONENT
ANT/CABLE
Separate Antenna Connection.
VHF Antenna
In case of coaxial cable
In case of feeder cable
ANT/CABLE
UHF Antenna
ANTENA combining Adapter
(Separate purchase)
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Video
Connection
Connecting with an External Source
You may connect an S-Video input to enjoy clearer and brighter picture images. You can make the connection with
the AV3 input.
S-Video
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
AV1
AV2
O
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
Note : If S-video and RCA jack are connected the same time, The TV set will only detect the S-Video
mode.
• If your AV device has both Video OUT terminal and S-Video OUT terminal, the S-Video connection is recommended for better picture quality.
Connecting with SCART VIDEO
1. Prepare the scart lead for picture / sound.
2. Connect the SCART input / output terminal of video with the SCART1(AV1), SCART2(AV2), input/output terminal of TV.
3. Turn on the video, Insert the video cassette, and press the “PLAY” button.
HDMI INPUT
AV1
PC INPUT PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
AV2
OPTICAL
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
COMPONENT
Back of the tv set
VIDEO
Note :
• SCART1 has CVBS/RGB input and RF output. It is used to connect a STB, VCR and DVD.
• SCART2 has CVBS input. It is used to connect a STB, VCR and DVD.
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Camcorder & Video
Game Connection
Watching the Camcorder Recording on TV
1. Prepare the S-video and RCA connector.
2. These connectors connect to S-video or AV 3 as shown in the picture below.
3. Turn on the TV set and camcorder/video game.
4. Select AV3/S-video mode, using the ”AV”button of the Remote controller or “
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
AV1
AV2
” button of the TV set.
OPTICAL
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
Camcorder
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
COMPONENT
Back of the tv set
Video game
Note : If S-video and RCA jack are connected at the same time, the TV set only detects the S-Video
mode.
* If your AV device has both Video OUT terminal and S-Video OUT terminal, the S-Video connection is recommended for better picture quality.
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DVD Player
connection
When connecting with a component cable and Euro SCART cable
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
AV1
AV2
OPTICAL
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
COMPONENT
Back of the tv set
DVD
Note :
• When you connect with the component video, please check the colour of the cable between the DVD
and TV set.
When connecting with a S-VHS cable and RCA cable
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
AV1
AV2
OPTICAL
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
COMPONENT
Back of the tv set
DVD
Note : If S-video and RCA jack are connected at the same time, the TV set will only detect the S-Video mode.
• If your AV device has both Video OUT terminal and S-Video OUT terminal, the S-Video connection is recommended
for better picture quality.
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STB(Set Top Box)
Connection
When connecting with a HDMI cable
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
AV1
AV2
OPTICAL
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
COMPONENT
Back of the tv set
Set Top Box
When connecting with a component cable
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
AV1
AV2
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
OPTICAL
Pr
Pb
R
L
COMPONENT
Back of the tv set
Set Top Box
15
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PC
Connection
When connecting with PC(D-Sub) cable.
1. First adjust resolution of the PC. (Refer to table in page 17.)
2. Connect between PC and TV set using the D-sub and Audio cable as shown in the picture below.
3. Turn on the PC and TV set.
4. Select PC mode by pressing the “MULTIMEDIA” button on the remote control or ”
” button of the TV set.
Back of the tv set
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
AV1
AV2
OPTICAL
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
COMPONENT
PC
When connecting with a HDMI cable.
1. First adjust resolution of the PC. (Refer to table in page 17.)
2. Connect between PC and TV set using the HDMI and Audio cable as shown in the picture below.
3. Turn on the PC and TV set.
4. select HDMI mode by pressing the “MULTIMEDIA” button on the remote control or ”
” button of the TV set.
Back of the tv set
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
AV1
AV2
OPTICAL
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
COMPONENT
PC
Note : If the graphic card of the PC only supports a DVI signal, you must connect the Audio cable as shown
in the picture upper.
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PC
Connection
PC CONNECTION NOTES:
1) The resolution of the TV set is best at 1360(6) x 768(WXGA).
2) If there is a [Vertial Frequency] setting menu in the [Display] Menu of the PC, adjust the frequency to
60Hz.
3) If the PC resolution is too high, it may be hard to detect signals. Select a suitable resolution.
4) HDMI input port receives only digital Signal.
5) Depending on the graphic card when you plug & unplug the HDMI connection the screen may not display correctly. Restart the computer if this happens.
6) Depending on graphic card, problems like no signal delected or line noises can happen. If these problems
happen contact the graphic card company for help.
Multi input resolution available in LCD TV.
Resolution
640 X 480
V-freq
HDMI
PC(D-Sub)
Component
60Hz
o
o
x
Standard
72Hz
o
o
x
75Hz
o
o
x
VESA Standard
60Hz
o
o
x
VESA Standard
72Hz
o
o
x
VESA Standard
75Hz
o
o
x
60Hz
o
o
x
VESA Standard
70Hz
o
o
x
VESA Standard
75Hz
o
o
x
VESA Standard
60Hz
o
o
x
75Hz
o
o
x
720 X 480
60Hz
o
o
o
720 X 576
50Hz
o
o
o
50Hz
o
o
o
60Hz
o
o
o
50Hz
o
x
o
60Hz
o
x
o
720 X 480i
60Hz
x
x
o
720 X 576i
50Hz
x
x
o
800 X 600
1024 X 768
1360(6) x 768
1280 X 720
1920 X 1080i
Note :
• When you connect with component, D-Sub, and HDMI, you must check the input resolution of external devices.
• 1280 X 720 mode is commonly used for Component.
• So if this mode is used at PC mode, the screen can be enlarged.
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Cable TV
Broadcasting
Connection
External Input Connection Source
Watching cable television is only possible after you have subscribed to the local broadcasting company and installed
a cable receiver. You may make the connection to either the Component input or SCART input AV1 or AV2.
Input
Cable TV
Broadcasting
Station
CATV Receiver
Back of the tv set
HDMI INPUT
AV1
AV2
PC INPUT PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
OPTICAL
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
COMPONENT
Antenna Input Connection
Watching cable television is only possible after you have subscribed to the local broadcasting company and
installed a cable receiver.
Coaxial cable
Input
Output
Cable TV
Broadcasting
Station
Coaxial cable
ANT/CABLE
CATV Receiver
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Connect with the
Dolby Digital AMP.
If you connect the optical output to a Dolby digital AMP, you can listen to better sound.
Back of the tv set
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
AV1
AV2
OPTICAL
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
Pr
Pb
R
L
Y
COMPONENT
Optical output
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N
P
U
T
Dolby Digital AMP
L
Woofer
Centre
Surround L
R
Surround R
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Name of
Each Part
Front / Side Panel
Buttons on the TV set have the same functions as those of the remote controller.
Control Key Buttons.
① TV/VIDEO Button : Each time you press this button, the TV will cycle through:
TV / AV1 / AV2 / AV3(S-Video) / PC/HDMI / COMPONENT.
② MENU Button : Use this button to enter and exit the MENU.
③ ▲ VOL ▼Buttons : Use these buttons to change your TV’s volume or to move the cursor in the menu.
④ ▲ PR ▼ Buttons : Use these buttons to change channels on your TV or to move the cursor in the
menu.
⑤ POWER ON button : Use this button to change from TV STAND-by mode to TV ON mode.
⑥ LED Indicator : Light up red in Stand-By mode and Lights up green in TV on mode. When TV is Child Lock
mode, LED will cycle through red / off in Stand-By mode.
⑦ Remote controller signal receiver
The screen contains the remote controller signal receiving window; therefore, point the remote controller towards the screen when using it.
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Name of
Each Part
Side and Rear Panel
Side Panel
HDMI INPUT
PC INPUT
AV1
AV2
OPTICAL
PC AUDIO
S-VHS
AV3
L - AUDIO - R
Pr
Pb
R
L
COMPONENT
Rear Panel
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Y
Parts of the Remote
Controller
This remote controller is universal; thus, it may be convertible for TV, Video, CTV, etc.
1.
(MUTE) : Press this button, and the sound goes off.
Press again, and the sound returns.
2.
(POWER) : TV on/off button in Stand-By mode.
3. MULTIMEDIA : Each time you press this button, the TV will cycle
through: PC => HDMI => Component => PC
4. AV : Each time you press this button, the TV will cycle through:
TV => AV1 => AV2 => AV3/S-Video => TV
5. SLEEP : Sleep Timer setting.
SLEEP TIMER : OFF => 15 => 30 => 45 => 60 => 75 => 90 => 105
=> 120 => OFF
PR
PR
6.NUMBER : Press the numbers on this board, you can select PR directly
in TV mode.
Note: When the current state is ST-BY, you can turn on the TV
using a digit key. Then, a PROGRAMME is selected according to digit number.
7. S.EFFECT : Using this button, you can listen to the virtual surround sound.
8.
: You can select sound mode in Mono, Stereo, Dual1,
Dual2, NiCAM STEREO. It works only in TV mode.
9. VOL : Adjust the volume.
10. PR : Changes program on your TV.
11. / : Move the cursor up/down in the menu.
12. / : Access and adjust item in the menu.
13. OK/SELECT : Auto Tuning Start and Manual Tuning Store.
14. EDIT : Move on edit mode directly.
Note : This button is also for uses channel skip and teletext.
15. STILL : Press this button to freeze the picture.
16. DVB/Analog : Each time you press this button, the TV will cycle
through DVB & RF Analogue.
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Parts of the remote
controller
17. MENU : Menu display button.
18. ASPECT : Select screen aspect ratio.
Auto => 16:9 => 14:9 => 4:3 => Zoom1 => Zoom2 => Auto
Note : When current mode is multimedia ( PC, HDMI, Component), the aspect only works as the 16:9 or 4:3 mode.
19. PICTURE : changes picture mode as follows:
Normal I => Normal II => Favourite => Normal I
20. RECALL : The present modes (TV, Video, Component, PC) and
Signal information. In TV mode, the Programme number, Sound,
and Clock.
21. TEXT : see page 49.
PR
22. MGDI : Using this button, you can see MGDI DEMO screen.
Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control Unit
PR
To load the batteries, turn the remote control handset over and open the
battery compartment. Insert the batteries (Two 1.5v, type AAA).
Make sure that the polarity matches with the (+) and (-) marks inside of
the battery compartment.
Note : To avoid damage from possible battery leakage, remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the remote control handset for an
extended period of time.
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Method To Use
Basic Menu
Basic Menu
- The basic menu appears on the screen if you press the “MENU” button of the remote control.
- There are 5 items Picture, Screen, Sound, Function, and Install in the basic menu.
- Each item has sub-items under it. If the desired item is selected, the relevant sub-items are displayed upward.
1. Press the “MENU” button.
• The main menu appears if you press the “MENU” button.
PR
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOUR TEMP
PR
POSITION
2. Press the “/“ button.
• You may setup according to the directions on the screen
after selecting the desired item by pressing the “/“
button.
• If the setup is completed, exit from the menu by pressing
the “MENU” button.
NORMAL
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NORMAL
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOUR TEMP
PR
POSITION
ACCESS
NORMAL
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EXIT
P i c t u r e : Adjust Mode, Brightness, Contrast, Colour, Sharpness and Tint(NTSC only) and Colour
Temprature.
S c r e e n : Adjusts Aspect, Position (PC mode only)
S o un d : Adjusts Sound Mode, Equalizer and Balance.
F u n c t i o n : Adjusts Language, Timer, Child Lock, MGDI Demo and OSD Halftone.
I n s t a l l : Adjusts Auto Tuning, Manual Tuning, Setup and Edit.
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To Watch TV
On/Off, Number, Mute, Recall, VOL, PR
Buttons with same name in the main body performs the same function.
Press the “ON/OFF” button of the front side of the set or Remote controller.
• The buttons of the remote control and the main body operate only
when AC power is turned on.
Note : You can also turn on the TV using “PR” or digit key in the
ST-BY mode.
When pressing the Program button
• Select two digits if using the number button for channel selection.
For example, to watch channel No.9,
Press the number button 0 and 9.
If pressing only number 9, it takes a longer time to select the channel.
PR
To suddenly turn sound off
• Press the “MUTE (
)” button.
• No sound is heard if “MUTE(
)” is displayed on the screen.
• Sound is heard again if you press the “MUTE (
)” button once
again.
For example, please use this button when the telephone rings or
when guest comes while watching TV.
Check of TV operation status
• Pressing the “RECALL” button, the status of channel or broadcasting being currently watched or entry status of video component is
displayed on the screen.
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PR
To Watch TV
- If AV1 terminal on TV set is connected with external device, TV will be ON at AV1 mode. Otherwise, TV will be ON at
RF mode.
1. Turning on the TV.
• Plug AC Cord into a power outlet.
• The Stand By LED lamp turns on in red colour.
• Press “
” button of the main body or “POWER” button on
the remote control.
• The Stand By LED lamp on the front panel begins to fliker in
red and green colour and the TV turns on.
PR
2. Adjust program.
• Select the desired program by pressing the “PR” button
or the number button.
PR
Clock
PR
3. Adjust volume.
• Sound reduces by pressing the “VOL” button.
• Sound increases by pressing the “VOL” button.
Note : Sound mutes by pressing the “MUTE” (
PR
) button.
PR
Volume
4. Turning off the TV.
• Press “
” button of the main body or “POWER” button on
the remote control.
• TV turns off and the power lamp changes to red colour.
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19 – – – – –
Mono
12 : 00
Setting Up TV
Stations
Auto Tuning
- All stations that can be received are stored by this method. It is recommended that you use Auto tuning during installation of this set.
1. Press the “MENU” button to select the Install menu.
• Move the selection bar to the Install menu with “/” buttons.
PR
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOUR TEMP
PR
POSITION
NORMAL
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NORMAL
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
INSTALL
2. Select the “Auto Tuning”.
• Place the selection bar on Auto Tuning and press the “”
button.
AUTO TUNING
MANUAL TUNING
SETUP
EDIT
PR
POSITION
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
3. Select the country you require with the “/” button.
• After selecting the country, To start Auto Tuning press the
“OK” button.
AUTO TUNING
COUNTRY SET
ITALY
PR
PR01
PAL / SECAM
PLEASE WAIT...
START
EXIT
PR
4. Please wait until the Edit menu appears.
• If you don’t want to edit the programs now, escape from
the menu with the “MENU” button.
PR
COUNTRY SET
EDIT
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MOVE
DELETE
Setting Up TV
Stations
Manual tuning
1. Press the Number buttons(0~9) or the “PR” button
to select a program number you want.
PR
PR
2. Locate the selection bar on the Manual tuning at the Install
menu.
• Press the “MENU” button to select the Install menu.
• Move the selection bar to the Install menu with “/” buttons.
• Place the selection bar on Manual Tuning and press the “”
button.
3. Execute Manual Tuning.
• First, select PR number you want to store with “/” buttons
on the remote control.
• A tuning screen will appear and cursor will move from left to right
/ from right to left. If you want to stop tuning press the “MENU”
button.
• You should press the “OK” button to store program after the color
of system on the OSD turns to white. If you don’t want to store the
program, press “/“ button to skip program.
PR
INSTALL
AUTO TUNING
MANUAL TUNING
SETUP
EDIT
PR
POSITION
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
MANUAL TUNING
PR
PR 1
PR CHANGE
STORE
PAL / SECAM
ACCESS
EXIT
Note :
• If you are unable to get any programs using Auto Tuning because of a poor broadcasting signal, it is possible to store
the Manual tuning.
• If present channel is SECAM L/L’, TV set search SECAM L/L’. And, if present channel is not SECAM L/L’, TV set search all
channels except SECAM L/L’.
• You can change the Programme number in the Edit mode.
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Setting Up TV
Stations
Setup
The Setup menu shows you information as follows:
- Picture information: PAL, SECAM, and SECAM-L
- Sound information: L, DK3, DK2, DK1, I, BG
- Station name, Program number and Real channel number.
1. Searching for channels in the Setup menu
• Press the “PR“ buttons to select a program number you
want.
• Move to SETUP in the Install menu.
• Select the colour and sound system which you want.
• Search a real channel with “/“ buttons.
PR
INSTALL
AUTO TUNING
MANUAL TUNING
SETUP
EDIT
PR
POSITION
2. Enter a station name
• Move to SETUP in the Install menu.
• Move the cursor to name by pressing “/” buttons.
• You can enter a station name with the “/” and “/” buttons.
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
INSTALL
PROGRAM
CHANNEL
NAME
SYSTEM
SOUND
FINE TUNING
PR
C2
––––
PAL
BG
0
Note : Only English is supported in this station name.
POSITION
3. Fine tuning
• Move to SETUP in the Install menu.
• Move the cursor to Fine Tuning by pressing “/” buttons.
• Adjust the fine tuning with the “/” buttons.
INSTALL
PROGRAM
CHANNEL
NAME
SYSTEM
SOUND
FINE TUNING
POSITION
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EXIT
PR
PR
Note :
• If you are unable to get a good picture or Sound because of a
poor broadcasting signal, adjustment of the fine tuning might
improve it.
ACCESS
ACCESS
C2
––––
PAL
BG
+2
EXIT
Setting Up TV
Stations
Edit
The Edit menu shows you information as follows:
- Program position assignment: Program number and Station name, Real channel number.
- Skip information: Red (Skip Yes), White (Skip No).
- One can move on this edit mode directly using „EDIT” button on the remote control.
1. Deleting the program positions.
• Move to EDIT in the Install menu.
• Move the selection bar to the program number to delete
with the “/” or “/“ buttons.
• Press the Delete(Yellow) button.
PR
PR
EDIT
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02
03
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EXIT
POSITION
SKIP
2. Moving the program positions
• Move to EDIT in the Install menu.
• Press the Move(Green) button. The program and station name
is blocked with green.
• Move the green block to the wanted position using the “/”
or “/“ buttons.
• Press the Move(Green) button again, then program is changed.
The moved program becomes to be positioned at the next
selected program with green.
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MOVE
DELETE
EDIT
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EXIT
POSITION
SKIP
MOVE
DELETE
Note : The selection is canceled by pressing the Delete(Yellow)
button when the selection of the program to be moved is misselected.
3. Skipping the Programs
• Move to EDIT in the Install menu.
• Move the selection bar to the program number you want
to skip
• Press the skip (Red) button, then the colour of the program
number and channel will be changed to Red from White.
• The skipped program number will be displayed as red in the
EDIT menu.
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PR
EDIT
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DVB Menu
DVB Menu
- Press the “MENU” button to display the main menu. then, select DVB MENU.
You may see the DVB MENU OSD. Whenever you need more information
during any DVB MENU directory, press info button “ ” then you will see
more detailed information on the screen. And in some menus, you can use
blue, yellow, red, green button.
- Those button’s function depend on which menu it is.
- This menu is activated only on digital mode.
DVB MENU
Channel list
Favourites
Guides
Timers
Settings
Common Interface
MENU
Exit
SELECT
Select
About the information on the banner
- When you select a digital program, an information banner is displayed for a few seconds at the bottom of the screen.
preset number
Channel name
clock
symbols
1 BBC ONE
I / II TV
①
08:50
Signal:
NOW: Breakfast
Next: Beat the Burglar
06:00 - 09:45
09:15 - 10:00
now/next program title
signal level
program start
and end time
Symbols description
I / II
Other audio languages are availables and can be selected in Configuration (see page no. 35)
① (~⑤) The selected Favourite list number is displayed here.
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DVB Menu
Channel List
Channel List
1. BBC ONE
2. BBC TWO
3. ITV 1
4. Channel 4
5. five
6. ...
select
◄
delete
► Function
▲
edit name
▼ Select Channel
lock
Select
favourites
Watch
i
More
- Select and Delete function is to choose or delete the channel.
- Select Edit Name function to change the channel name as you want.
Press / key to change characters.
- If you want to lock some channels for several reasons, select Lock function
and enter the password. you should remember the password.
If you forget, please do auto search again to make password back to default “0000”.
How to change default password, see page 35.
- Favourites function is the same as Favourites on DVB MENU.
So you can also setup this function on Channel List or the DVB MENU.
Favourites
Edit Favourite Lists
1. BBC ONE
(1) (2)
2. BBC TWO
(1)
3. ITV 1
4. Channel 4
5. five
(2)
(1)
(2)
6. ...
list 1
◄
► Select List
list 2
list 3
▲ ▼ Select Channel
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list 4
Select
Add/Remove
list 5
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DVB Menu
- This menu allows you to make your favourite channel list. You can make 5 favourite lists.
- Move highlight on any list (1~5). Then press Select key to make your own list.
When you press Select key, the mark (①②③④⑤) will show up on the channel name’s left side.
For example, If there is ③ mark on ITV 2, that means ITV 2 is selected as your favourite list 3. You can make favourist lists up to 5.
- After finishing, to use this function, go to Configuration (DVB MENU -> SETTING -> Configuration) and setup Favourite mode on/off. (see page 32).
Or it can also be set up by pressing LIST key.
Guides
Select each sub-menus.
Guides
Now / Next EGP
Now / Next EPG
- You can check now / next program here. Move highlight up/down and
get information.
- Yellow/cyan button is for changing the schedule.
List Schedule EPG
- Press Info key to see detailed information of each program
MENU
Exit
SELECT
Select
Electronic Programme Guide
Wed 10/11 10:00
Channels
Current Event
Next Event
23. bid - up.tv
25. TCM
26. UK Style
27. Discovery
28. DiscoveryH&L
30. ITV4
32. Cartoon Nwk
33. Boomerang
37. Quiz Call
55. Ttext Holidays
60. Television X
Bid for a Bargain live
Closedown
Closedown
Extreme Engineering
Programmes resume at...
No information
The Live & Times of Junip...
Closedown
United Windom
No information
..programmes start at 11...
Bid for a Bargain live
Little Off Set
Extreme Makeover: Hom...
Escape from Death Row
The Allotment
No information
Xiaolin Showdown
Inspector Gadget
Money Mayhem
No information
..programmes start at 11...
◄
► ▼ ▲ Navigate
Schedule
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Select
Watch
i Event
DVB Menu
Electronic Programme Guide
Wed 10/11 8:00
BBC ONE
Wed 10/11 8:00-10:00
1. BBC ONE
2. BBC TWO
3. ITV 1
4. CHANNEL 4
5. FIVE
6. ITV2
8. 8
10. ITV3
13. More 4
8:00 CAR BOOTY
8:30 BARGAIN HUNT
8:00 THE BILL
9:00 QUEEN ELIZABETH
9:30 NEWS ON FIVE
◄
► ▼ ▲ Navigate
Change Time
Advance Day
i Event
List Schedule EPG
- You can check program schedule here. Navigate channel by pressing up/down/right/left button.
- Press Yellow/cyan buttons to change date. Red/green buttons are for changing the time.
- Press Info key to see detailed information of each program
Timers
Programme Timers
Wed 10/11 8:45
No. Channel Name
1
BBC ONE
2
◄
► Mode
Start
20:20
Menu
Exit
End
22:00
Select
Edit Timer
- If you want to watch a special program on time without having to use
the remote everyday, please setup Timers.
- At first, press select key. You will see time setup OSD. (See the right)
- You can change channel at Name.
- Setting start/end time as you want at Start / End.
- Select Mode (Once, Daily, Weekly).
- If a channel is set to change to LOCKed channel, password OSD will be
displayed before channel changing.
- To change password, go to SETTING > Configuration > Parental settings
(see page 35)
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Date
18/11/2005
Mode
Active
i
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name :
1. BBC ONE
start :
20:20
end :
22:00
date :
18/07/2005
mode :
weekly
DVB Menu
Settings
Setting
Select each sub-menu
Configuration
Configuration
This has 4 sub-menus.
- Subtitle on/off (also can control this with remote control SUB TITLE butInstallation
ton.
MENU
Exit
- Change Banner time : off - 1 sec - 2sec - 4sec - 8sec
- You can choose your favourite list (see page 32) on Favourite Mode. If it is
SELECT
Select
selected as off, all channel are shown.
- Change Channels List : Show all - TV only - RADIO only - TEXT only
- Parental Setting enables you to make individual services. DVB MENU and
Installation are protected by password. The default password for parental setting is „0000”. To change default password, select “Parental Settings” using up/down buttons, and press OK/SELECT. Using number buttons enter default
password “0000”. Now select “Set Lock Key” and confirm with OK/SELECT button. Using number buttons enter new
password in to “Lock Key” field and re-enter in “Confirm” field.
※ If you have forgot your personal password, you can reset to the default password “0000” by pressing the key sequence: RED - GREEN - YELLOW - CYAN.
Configuration
Subtitle
Banner
Favourite Mode
Channel List
Parental Settings
◄
►
Off
4 sec
Off
Show all
► Subtitle ON/OFF
Installation
- Automatic Search is the function to scan each
channel for services. If you cancel Automatic
Search before it is completed, the previous list
of services is used, if already stored.
i More
Do you want to start automatic search?
Your previous channel list will be replaced.
Yes
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No
DVB Menu
- Manual Search is the function to scan for an individual channel.
Enter the Channel number to be scanned.
- Signal Quality consists of 5 levels : none - poor - medium - good - very good
Manual Search
Channel Number
44
Signal Quality: Very Good
Signal Level:
0 .. 9 Select Channel
Select
Search
Menu
Exit
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Common Interface
CI Menu
Common Interface
Module Information
PR
Smart Card Information
Top up TV
Language
Software Download
- This allows you to upgrade your TV set with additional features including access to extra channels (if available) using a conditional access module (eg. TopUp TV).
- If there is no CI Card in the slot, „No common interface module detected” appears on the screen.
- When you insert CI Card, „Common interface module inserted” appears on the screen. Then, you can watch pay
channel.
- If you remove CI Card from the slot, „Common interface module removed” appears on the screen, and you can’t
watch pay channel any more until you insert CI card again.
Note : A common interface is available to connect a CAM(conditional access module) and a smartcard. Please contact your service provider to get more information about these modules.
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Selection of AV and
Multimedia Input Signal
When watching video, Camcorder, DVD, Cable TV with AV
- See page 12 for connection method of Camcorder and Video.
- When pressing ”
” button on the TV set, screen changes as follows:
TV => AV1 => AV2 => AV3/S-Video => PC => HDMI => Component => TV
1. Pressing the “AV” button on the remote controller.
• The screen changes as follows:
TV => AV1 => AV2 => AV3/S-Video => TV
PR 19 – – – – –
CLOCK
PR 19 – – – – –
MONO
12 : 00
AV1
CLOCK
12 : 00
PR 19 – – – – –
PR 19 – – – – –
AV3
CLOCK
AV2
CLOCK
12 : 00
12 : 00
Note :
Cautions in menu setup
• The menu disappears if you do not operate any button for about 25 seconds from the menu.
• In the case of connecting both composite video signal and S-video signal at the AV3 terminal, the S-video signal
has priority.
• If sound signal is mono only, connect it to the L-terminal of the sound input terminal.
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Selection of AV and
Multimedia Input Signal
When connecting PC, STB, DVD with Multimedia
1. Pressing the “MULTIMEDIA” button on the remote controller.
• The screen changes as follows:
PC
PC => HDMI => Component => PC
CLOCK
12 : 00
Component
HDMI
CLOCK
CLOCK
12 : 00
12 : 00
HDMI & PC mode
1. For optimum picture quality, use 1360(6)x768 computer or set top box output at a 60Hz refresh rate. Using other
formats or refresh rates may result in reduced picture quality.
2. If the message ‘No signal’ appears on the screen, adjust the PC output to a format listed in the Multimedia Input table.
Multimedia Input Format
Resolution
640 x 480
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1360(6) x 768
720 x 480
720 x 576
1280 x 720
1920 x 1080i
720 x 480i
720 x 576i
V-freq
60Hz
72Hz
75Hz
60Hz
72Hz
75Hz
60Hz
70Hz
75Hz
60Hz
75Hz
60Hz
50Hz
50Hz
60Hz
50Hz
60Hz
60Hz
50Hz
HDMI
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
x
x
PC(D-Sub)
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
x
x
x
x
Note :
• 1280 x 720 mode is commonly used for Component.
• So if this mode is used at PC mode, the screen can be enlarged.
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Component
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Standard
VESA Standard
VESA Standard
VESA Standard
VESA Standard
VESA Standard
VESA Standard
Screen Adjustment
When setting up various screen modes
- The user may select various screens designed for a good picture without adjusting the brightness, contrast or colour individually.
1. Pressing the “PICTURE” button.
• The screen changes as follows:
Normal I => Normal II => Favourite => Normal I
• The screen adjustment status changes as the following screens
are displayed sequentially whenever pressing the “PICTURE” button.
• The screen returns to the mode prior to turning power off
when you power on again.
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PR
NORMAL I
FAVOURITE
PICTURE MODE
Note :
• Normal I : For a highly defined image in a normally bright room.
• Normal II : Supports softer image than Normal I.
• Favourite : Allows the user to customize settings as desired.
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NORMAL II
Screen Adjustment
When adjusting the screen to taste
- You can enjoy various screens by adjusting Brightness, Contrast, Colour, Sharpness, etc to the user’s taste.
1. Select “PICTURE” by pressing the “MENU” button.
• The menu screen appears as follows.
PR
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOUR TEMP
PR
POSITION
2. Select and adjust each item.
• Move to the PICTURE menu.
• Whenever pressing the ”/” button, you can select Brightness, Contrast, Colour, Sharpness and Colour Temp.
NORMAL
32
58
32
32
32
NORMAL
ACCESS
EXIT
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOUR TEMP
POSITION
ACCESS
NORMAL
32
58
32
32
32
NORMAL
EXIT
• The screen appears as on the right if pressing the ”/” buttons after selecting items desired to adjust with the ”/”
buttons.
• You can adjust all items by pressing the ”/” button.
BRIGHTNESS
10
Note :
• Brightness: Adjusts the whole of screen brighter or darker.
• Contrast: Adjusts difference between brightness and darkness between objects and background on the screen.
• Colour: Adjusts colour saturation.
• Sharpness: Adjusts outline of the screen smoothly or sharply.
• Colour Temp: Changing the tone of colour:
Normal: Normal white
Warm : Reddish white
Cool: Bluish white
• Tint actives when receiving a NTSC signal.
• The adjusted levels are stored automatically in Favourite mode.
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Screen Adjustment
Adjustment of Screen Size in TV and AV mode
- Randomly change the size of the screen.
- The AUTO screen operates when power is first turned on.
1. Pressing the “ASPECT” button on the remote controller.
• The screen changes as follows:
Auto => 16:9 => 14:9 => 4:3 => Zoom 1 => Zoom 2 => Auto
SCALE
AUTO
SCALE
16 : 9
SCALE
ZOOM2
SCALE
14 : 9
SCALE
4 :3
SCALE
ZOOM1
• Auto : This mode will display depending on the signal information of a broadcasting station.
• 16:9 : 16:9 will display a true 16:9 (anamorphic) picture with no aspect distortions.
• 14:9 : 14:9 will display a 14:9 picture at its standard 14:9 size without any stretching.
• 4:3 : General TV screen currently broadcasted.
• Zoom 1 : Screen that vertically enlarges image by 1.33 times bigger than (Normal) image.
• Zoom 2 : Screen that horizontally enlarges image by 1.33 times bigger than Zoom1 image.
Notices:
• Only 16:9 and 4:3 mode are available in multimedia(HDMI, PC, Component) mode.
• “WSS” mode like 16:9 and 14:9 is only available with CVBS signal.
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Screen Adjustment
Adjustment of the screen in the PC mode
PR
1. Adjustment of the H-Position
• Move to H-Position in the Screen menu.
• Press the ”/” buttons to adjust the horizontal
position of displayed image.
SCREEN
SCALE
H-POSITION
V-POSITION
PHASE
CLOCK
AUTO-ADJUST
PR
POSITION
2. Adjustment of the V-Position
• Move to V-Position in the Screen menu.
• Press the ”/” buttons to adjust the vertical position of displayed image.
EXIT
SCREEN
PR
AUTO
50
50
50
50
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
SCREEN
SCALE
H-POSITION
V-POSITION
PHASE
CLOCK
AUTO-ADJUST
POSITION
AUTO
50
50
50
50
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
SCREEN
SCALE
H-POSITION
V-POSITION
PHASE
CLOCK
AUTO-ADJUST
PR
POSITION
5. Auto Adjustment
• Move to Auto in the Screen menu.
• Press the ”/” buttons to detect optimal resolution automatically.
ACCESS
SCALE
H-POSITION
V-POSITION
PHASE
CLOCK
AUTO-ADJUST
PR
4. Adjustment of the Clock
• Move to Clock in the Screen menu.
• Press the ”/” buttons to adjust the clock to fit the size of
the screen.
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50
50
50
PR
POSITION
3. Adjustment of the Phase
• Move to Phase in the Screen menu.
• Press the ”/” buttons to adjust the phase to get a clear
picture.
AUTO
AUTO
50
50
50
50
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
SCREEN
SCALE
H-POSITION
V-POSITION
PHASE
CLOCK
AUTO-ADJUST
PR
POSITION
ACCESS
AUTO
50
50
50
50
EXIT
Note :
• During the Auto Adjust, you must not alter the screen on the monitor.
• During the moving picture, Auto Adjust is able to incorrectly work. So you must execute Auto Adjust in
still image.
• Auto Adjust works incorrectly on a part graphic card or picture.
• When Auto Adjust is not correctly working, you can adjust with H/V position, and phase.
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Sound Adjustment
When adjusting sound to taste
- The user can enjoy various sounds by adjusting Sound Mode, Equalizer, Balance and Amp Speaker.
1. To adjust the audio equalizer
• Move to Equalizer in the Sound menu.
• Select and use the relevant frequency by pressing the ”/”
button.
• You can adjust the degree of the frequency by using the ”/”
button.
Note :
• Whenever you adjust the audio equalizer, it stores in the Favourite mode.
• Equalizer: High quality sound range adjustment method used
for audio product.
120Hz, 500Hz: Low sound range / 1.5KHz, 5KHz: Middle sound
range / 10KHz: High sound range
2. Select Balance Mode
• Move to Balance in the Sound menu.
• Select “Balance” by pressing ”/” button, then the sound
balance of left and right speaker is Adjusted.
PR
SOUND
SOUND MODE
EQUALIZER
BALANCE
NORMAL
0
PR
POSITION
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
SOUND
SOUND MODE
EQUALIZER
BALANCE
NORMAL
0
PR
POSITION
ACCESS
EXIT
3. Select S.EFFECT Mode
• Select either ON or OFF using „S.EFFECT” button on the remote control.
Note :
• 3D PANORAMA: This function generates virtual surround sound
from the left and right speaker by developing the existing surround system function.
3D-PANORAMA
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ON
Sound Adjustment
Multi-Sound and Stereo
1. Mono Sound Selection
• During Stereo sound reception if the stereo is weak, you can switch to
” button. Then the colour of “MONO”
MONO by pressing the “
character will change to Red. In Mono reception the depth of sound is
improved.
” button again.
• To switch back to stereo, press the “
MTS
Note :
•“
MONO
PR
MTS
MONO
” only works in RF mode.
2. Adjustment of Bilingual sound
• In bilingual broadcast reception, you can switch from Dual 1 to Dual 2 by
pressing the “
” button repeatedly.
MTS
DUAL 1
PR
MTS
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DUAL 2
Selection of
Language
Selection of Language
When you first turn on the TV set, the window of language selection is displayed automatically.
1. Press the “MENU” button and select “Function”.
PR
FUNCTION
LANGUAGE
TIMER
CHILD LOCK
MGDI DEMO
OSD HALFTONE
PR
POSITION
OFF
0
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
2. Select “Language” by pressing “/” button.
FUNCTION
LANGUAGE
TIMER
CHILD LOCK
MGDI DEMO
OSD HALFTONE
PR
POSITION
3. Select your desired language by pressing the “/”
button. Then, it will set automatically.
- In Continental Set:
The language changes as follows.
English => Francais => Deutsch => Italiano => Espanol => Nederland => Portugues => Svenska => Norsk => Suomi => Polski => Romana => Magyar => Czech => Russian => Bulgarian;
- In UK Set:
The language changes as follows.
English => Welsh => Gaelic
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ACCESS
OFF
0
EXIT
PR
FUNCTION
ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
DEUTSCH
ITALIANO
SPANISH
NEDERLAND
PORTUGUESE
SVENSKA
PR
POSITION
ACCESS
SUOMI
NORSK
POLSKI
ROMANA
MAGYAR
CZECH
RUSSIAN
BULGARIAN
EXIT
Adjustment of Time
Adjustment of Time
- You must previously adjust current time in order to reserve Automatic On/Off.
1. Manual clock setting
• Move to Timer in the Function menu.
• To go to the Clock, press the “” button.
• Place the cursor to Hour / Minute with “/” buttons.
• Set the Hour / Minute with the “/” buttons.
• Place the cursor to Clock with “/” buttons and then
press the “MENU” button to complete.
PR
FUNCTION
CLOCK
WAKE UP
WAKE UP TIME
WAKE UP PR
OFF TIMER
OFF TIME
PR
POSITION
ACCESS
12 : 00
NO
- - :- 01
NO
- - :- -
EXIT
Note :
• Manually set clock is not memorized any more when TV
is AC off.
2. Setting the Wake up time / Program
• Move to Timer in the Function menu.
• To go to the Wake Up, press the “/” button.
• Select the Wake Up to “Yes”.
• Set the Wake up time and Program in the same way to
the above for the Clock. The set will turn on at the at selected time.
Note :
• Confirm the Time is set. The Wake up time is only available
when the Time is set.
• If adjusted once, the On-time continues to operate everyday
unless canceling setup or you turn the AC power off.
• It is a convenient method to wake you up in the morning.
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PR
FUNCTION
CLOCK
WAKE UP
WAKE UP TIME
WAKE UP PR
OFF TIMER
OFF TIME
PR
POSITION
ACCESS
12 : 00
NO
- - :- 01
NO
- - :- -
EXIT
Adjustment of Time
3. Set up of Off Time
• Move to Timer in the Function menu.
• To go to the Off Timer, press the “/” button.
• Select Off Timer to “Yes”
• Set the Off time in the same way as above for the Clock.
The set will turn off at the selected time.
Note :
PR
FUNCTION
CLOCK
WAKE UP
WAKE UP TIME
WAKE UP PR
OFF TIMER
OFF TIME
PR
POSITION
• This function is very convenient since the TV automatically turns off at the fixed time
4. Sleep Mode
• By pressing the “SLEEP” button on the remote controller repeatedly, you can select one of the following settings:
Sleep Timer: Off => 15 => 30 => 45 => 60 => 75 => 90 =>
105 => 120 => Off
• The set will turn off after the time you select.
Note :
• If an active signal is not present for about 10 minutes, the
set will automatically turn to ST-BY mode.
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ACCESS
12 : 00
NO
- - :- 01
NO
- - :- -
EXIT
Other Functions
1. Setup of Child Lock
• Move to Child Lock in the Function menu.
• Select Child Lock to “On” using the “” button
PR
FUNCTION
Note :
LANGUAGE
TIMER
CHILD LOCK
MGDI DEMO
OSD HALFTONE
PR
• This prevents the use of the TV set without the remote
control.
• If TV set is set up Child Lock, LED will cycle through red/
off for the ST-BY mode.
• If the Child Lock is “On”, then the set can only be switched
back on using the remote control.
2. Setup of MGDI Demo
• Move to MGDI Demo in the Function menu.
• Press the “” button, and then screen changes as below.
• Press the “MENU” button, and then return to origin
screen.
POSITION
OFF
0
ACCESS
EXIT
PR
FUNCTION
LANGUAGE
TIMER
CHILD LOCK
MGDI DEMO
OSD HALFTONE
PR
POSITION
OFF
0
ACCESS
EXIT
Note :
• One can move on MGDI DEMO menu directly using „MGDI”
button on the remote control.
ON
OFF
MGDI
3. OSD Halftone
• Move to OSD Halftone in the Function menu.
• Press the “” button, and then the OSD’s transparency
changes from 0 to 100 by 25 (5 steps).
• Press the „MENU” button, and then return to origin screen.
EXIT
PR
FUNCTION
LANGUAGE
TIMER
CHILD LOCK
MGDI DEMO
OSD HALFTONE
PR
POSITION
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ACCESS
OFF
0
EXIT
Teletext
Teletext
SWITCHING TELETEXT ON/OFF
Press the “TEXT” button (
).
The index page or the page viewed last will appear.
Press the “TEXT” button again to return to the TV mode.
NOTE: Teletext works only in TV/AV mode.
COLOUR BUTTONS IN TOP/FLOF TELETEXT
A red, green, yellow and blue field is shown at the bottom of the screen.
If TOP or FLOF Teletext is transmitted by the station, pressing the corresponding colour button R,G,Y,B on the remote
controller, enables you to select the desired page easily.
SELECTING PAGES
The “NUMBER” buttons are used to enter a page number.
The selected page number appears at the top of the screen and the page appears after a short time.
The “/” buttons increase or decrease the current page number by 1.
INDEX PAGE
You can switch directly to the programme preview(with TOP text) or the overview page of the station you are cur).
rently viewing by pressing the “INDEX” button (
PAGE HOLD
Several sub pages can be combined under a page number and are scrolled at an interval determined by the television station. The presence of sub pages is indicated by, for example, 3/6 beneath the time, which means that you are
looking at the 3rd page of a total of 6 pages.
).
If you want to look at a subpage for a longer period of time, press the “HOLD” button (
The HOLD symbol appears and the contents of the subpage shown are kept on the screen and no longer updated or
switched to other subpages. Pressing the “HOLD” button again, the current subpage appears.
CALLING UP SUBPAGE DIRECTLY
) , “ - - - - “ appears.
Pressing the “S-CODE” button (
Enter the subpage number that you want to call up with the “NUMBER” button, for example, the 2nd page, sequence
0002. The desired subpage will eventually be displayed on the screen and holds it there.
Meanwhile whilst you are waiting, it is possible to go back to the TV picture by pressing the “T.CANCEL” button (
)
on the remote and after a while, press the “T.CANCEL” button again to revert back to the saved Teletext sub page.
WATCHING TV DURING TELETEXT MODE
Some pages are continually updated, for example, stock market reports, sports announcements, and the latest news.
).
If you want to watch television and stay informed at the same time, press “T.CANCEL” button (
The regular programme is still visible and the updated Teletext page number appears at the top of the screen.
Pressing the “T.CANCEL” button again, the Teletext page appears with the updated information.
REVEAL ANSWER
This function can be used on certain pages to reveal the solution of riddles.
)to reveal a hidden answer and press again to hide it.
Press the “REVEAL” button (
DOUBLING CHARACTER SIZE
)doubles the character size in the following order:
Repeatedly pressing the “SIZE” button (
Upper half of the page => Lower half of the page => Normal size => Upper half of the page
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Troubleshooting
Symptoms and Solutions
Please check the following list prior to calling Daewoo Electronics Service Centre for assistance.
Symptom
Check items
Neither picture
nor sound
- Check the contact of sockets is all right.
- Check the TV main power is on.
Picture is OK
but no sound
- Check the Volume control is not set to minimum or mute.
Sound is OK, but
no colour.
- Check the colour control and adjust it properly.
- Check the program is in colour and not in black & white.
The picture has
image.
- Check the antenna is installed correctly and if not, adjust the antenna
toward the broadcasting station.
Picture has“snow
noise”.
- Check the antenna or its connection is correct and if not, correct the
antenna fault or connection cable fault.
- Check if car traffic or neon sign disturbs the sound effect.
Stripes on
picture.
- Check the susceptible interference by other electronic devices such
as radio and television and keep magnetic or electronic devices away
from the TV.
Bad stereo or
Dual sound.
- Long distance from the station or other radio waves can generate
bad sound reception. If so, change the mode to Mono.
Remote control
does not
work.
- Check if the batteries in the Remote control are dead.
- Check if any object between IR sensor of the TV and the Remote control does not obstruct.
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Troubleshooting
In PC mode
Symptom
Check items
“UNSUPPORTED”
appears on the
screen
- Check the resolution and frequency of your PC. Then, adjust them to
optimum condition for LCD TV.
- Refer to the table of PC mode input format (If registered resolution and
frequency on the table not listed then no picture will be displayed.)
“NO SIGNAL”
appears on the
screen.
- Ensure that the signal cable is firmly connected to PC and TV.
Image is not
clear.
- Adjust the PHASE control.
Image is not
centered.
- Adjust the H-POSITION and V-POSITION control.
• AFTER SALES SERVICE
Do not hesitate to contact your retailer or service agent if a change in the perfomance of your product indicates that
a faulty condition may be present.
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Standard of
Product
Screen Size
26”(66Cm)
32”(81Cm)
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Resolution
Pixel Pitch
Contrast Ratio
Dimension (W x H x D)
Power Consumption
TV System
37”(94Cm)
1366 x 768 (WXGA)
0.4215 mm
0.51075 mm
0.600 mm
4000:1
5000:1
5000:1
676 x 530 x 230 mm
806 x 626.5 x 250 mm
940 x 720 x 328.5 mm
Remarked in the back of product
PAL B/G, D/K, I/I, SECAM B/G, D/K, L/L’, NTSC(AV)
Power Source
220 -240V~, 50/60Hz
※ Owing to our policy of continuous improvement, specifications may change.
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