ProScan 26LA30Q Operating instructions

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Model:
26LA30Q
Model:
32LA30Q
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INS
UC TION MAN
L
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of electric shock,
do not remove cover or back.
No user- serviceable
parts inside.
Refer ServTcing to qualified
service
personnel.
CAUTION:
Changes
or modifications
expressly
approved
responsible
not
by the party
for compliance
with the
FCC Rules could avoid the users'
authority
CAUTION:
The monitor
dripping
filled
with
be placed
CAUTION:
to operate
this equipment.
shall not be exposed
or splashing.
liquids,
to
No objects
such as vases,
shall
on the Monitor
Do Not Place This TV on an
Unstable
cart,
stand,
TV may fall, causing
to a child or adult,
or table.
serious
The
injury
and serious
damage
to the TV. Use only with a cart or stand
recommended
by the manufacturer,
or
sold with the TV
CAUTION:
Installation
UL safety
on concrete
test.
wall
has passed
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE
TO RAiN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS
INSIDE THE ENCLOSURE.DO
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
WARNING: THE APPARATUS
SPLASHING
HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT
NOT OPEN THE CABINET. REFER SERVICING TO
ONLY.
SHALL NOT BE EXPOSED TO DRIPPING OR
AND THAT NO OBJECTS
FILLED WITH LIQUIDS,
SUCH AS VASES SHALL BE PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT.
CAUTION: THESE SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
ARE FOR USE BY QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNELONLY.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT PERFORM ANY SERVICING
ACTIVITIES,
CAUTION:
BUT CALL QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN
PERSONNEL.
DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY
WITH THE SAME OF EQUIVALENT
TYPE
REPLACED,
PERLACE ONLY
1
READ THESE iNSTRUCTiONS
2
KEEP THESE iNSTRUCTiONS
CONVENIENCE
3
HEED ALL WARNINGS
WHERE THEY EXiT FROM THE APPARATUS.
4
FOLLOW
5
DO NOT USE THiS APPARATUS
ON OR PINCHED
ALL iNSTRUCTiONS
11.
NEAR
RECEPTACLES,
AT PLUGS,
AND THE POINT
ONLY USE ATTACHMENTS/ACCESSORIES
SPECiFiED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
WATER
6.
PARTICULARLY
12.
USE ONLY WiTH CART, STAND, TRIPOD, BRACKET,
Do not use this TV near water. For example, do not use near
TABLE SPECiFiED
a bathtub, washbowl,
WiTH THE APPARATUS.
kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet
BY THE MANUFACTURER,
OR SOLD
WHEN A CART iS USED, USE
basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like. The TV set
CAUTION WHEN MOVING THE CART/
shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
APPARATUS
No objects
OR
COMBiNATiON
TO AVOID
filled with liquids, such as vases, shah be placed on the TV
iNJURY
set.
FROM TIP-OVER.
Do not place this TV on an unstable cart, stand, tripod,
CLEAN ONLY WITH DRY CLOTH
bracket, or table. The TV may fail, causing serious injury to
someone, and serious damage to the appliance.
A TV and
Unplug the TV from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do
cart combination
should be moved with care. Quick stops,
not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a
excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the TV and
damp cloth for cleaning.
7.
DO NOT BLOCK
cart combination
ANY VENTiLATiON
13.
iNSTALL
iN ACCORDANCE
to overturn.
OPENINGS.
UNPLUG THiS APPARATUS
DURING LiGHTNiNG
WiTH THE
STORMS OR WHEN UNUSED FOR LONG PERIODS
MANUFACTURER'S
iNSTRUCTiONS.
OF TIME.
Slots and openings in the cabinet back or bottom are
For added Protection for this TV receiver during a lightning
provided for ventilation,
to ensure reliable operation of the TV
storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
and to protect it from overheating.
These openings must not
period of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect
be blocked or covered. The openings should never be
the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the
blocked by placing the TV on a bed, sofa, rug, or other
TV due to Lightning and power line surges.
similar surface. This TV should never be placed near or over
a radiator or heat resource. This TV should not be placed in a
14.
built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation
is provided or the manufacturer's
instructions
REFER ALL SERViCiNG
PERSONNEL.
SERViCiNG
APPARATUS
HAS BEEN DAMAGED
AS POWER-SUPPLY
have been adhered to.
TO QUALiFiED
IS REQUIRED
DO NOT iNSTALL
NEAR ANY HEAT SOURCES
HEAT REGISTERS,
APPARATUS
(iNCLUDE
IN ANY WAY, SUCH
OR OBJECTS
HAVE
SUCH AS
FALLEN INTO THE APPARATUS,
RADIATORS,
WHEN THE
CORD OR PLUG IS DAMAGED,
LIQUID HAS BEEN SPILLED
8.
SERVICE
THE APPARATUS
HAS
STOVES, OR OTHER
BEEN EXPOSED
AMPLiFiERS)
THAT PRODUCE
OPERATE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE,
NORMALLY,
DOES NOT
OR HAS BEEN DROPPED.
HEAT.
15.
9.
DO NOT DEFEAT THE SAFETY
Wet Location
Marking -CANADA
PURPOSE OF THE
Worded: The TV shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
GROUNDING-TYPE
PLUG. A GROUNDING
TYPE PLUG
HAS TWO BLADES
AND A THIRD GROUNDING
No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall
PRONG.
be placed on the TV.
THE THIRD PRONG iS PROVIDED
FOR YOUR SAFETY.
Note: All figures in the manual are for reference only, please
iF THE PROVIDED
OUTLET, CONSULT
PLUG DOES NOT FiT iNTO YOUR
AN ELECTRiCiAN
refer to the actual units to determine their
FOR
appearance.
REPLACEMENT
10.
OF THE OBSOLETE
OUTLET.
PROTECT THE POWER CORD FROM BEING WALKED
of the same type, until the surface
The front of the display panel has been
is dry.
specially treated. Wipe the panel surface gently
using only a cleaning cloth or a soft, lint-free
Do not scratch or hit the surface
of the panel with
cloth.
fingernails
Furthermore,
If the surface
is particularly
cloth in a weak detergent
or other hard objects.
contact
with volatile
sprays,
solvents
solution
Welcome
and thinner;
otherwise,
the quality
and then remove
liquid. Use this cloth to wipe the surface
the display
such as insect
dirty, soak a soft, lint-free
of the surface
excess
substances
avoid
may be adversely
affected.
of
panel, and then wipe it with a dry cloth,
to the bright
and vivid world
enjoyment
from your new select.
To obtain
maximum
retain them together
Product
benefit from
with purchase
of Proscan
your set. Please
TV set. We hope that you will have
read this manual
before
making
many years
any adjustments
of
and
receipt for future reference,
Registration
Please fill out _he aroduct registration card and return it immediately.
Returning the card allows usto contact
you ]f needed. Keep your sales receipt to obtain warranty parts and service and for aroof of aurchase. Attach
it here and record the seria and model r umbers in case Vou need them. The numbers are located on the
r_acKof the television.
Model No.
Serial No,
Purchase Date.'
DealeriAddressiPho he:
Please read all the safety and operating
instructions
carefully before
begin.
CAUTION
AND WARNING .............................................................................
IMPORTANT
CLEANING
SAFTY INSTRUCTIONS
AND MAINTENANCE
DEAR PROSCAN
CUSTOMER
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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1
3
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4
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4
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7
Set up ...........................................................................................................................................
7
AC Power Supply Cord ....................................................................................................................
7
If Problems Occur During Use ...........................................................................................................
7
When using the TV set .....................................................................................................................
8
INSTALLATION
............................................................................................
8
Selecting a location for the TV ............................................................................................................
8
Optional External Equipment .............................................................................................................
8
FRONT PANEL ...........................................................................................
9
REAR PANEL .............................................................................................
10
LEARNING
11
REMOTE
ABOUT
REMOTE CONTROL ........................................................
CONTROL
CONNECTIONS
TURNING
INSTRUCTIONS
AND EXTERNAL
..............................................................
13
INPUT SETTINGS .........................................
14
ON AND OFF THE TV ....................................................................
15
TURN ON LCD TV ..........................................................................................................................
15
TURN OFF LCD TV .........................................................................................................................
15
SELECT ON SCREEN
VOLUME ADJUSTMENT.
ADJUST
LANGUAGE
................................................................
.............................................................................................
THE OSD SCREEN .........................................................................
CHOOSING
TV CHANNEL ............................................................................
SELECTING
PICTURE
INPUT SOURCE ........................................................................
MENU OPTIONS
...........................................................................
15
15
16
16
17
17
Picture Mode .................................................................................................................................
17
Contrast ........................................................................................................................................
18
Brightness .....................................................................................................................................
18
Sharpness .....................................................................................................................................
18
Color ............................................................................................................................................
18
Tint ...............................................................................................................................................
18
Aspect Ratio ..................................................................................................................................
18
AUDIO MENU OPTIONS ...............................................................................
18
Audio
Mode .................................................................................................................................
18
Audio
Language
19
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Bass ...........................................................................................................................................
19
Treble .........................................................................................................................................
19
Balance .......................................................................................................................................
19
Digital Audio
19
Auto Volume
Output .....................................................................................................................
Adjust
......................................................................................................................
SETUP MENU OPTIONS ...............................................................................
Tuning Band ...................................................................................................................................
19
19
19
5
DTV-Signal .....................................................................................................................................
19
Auto Ch Search ................................................................................................................................
20
Add On Ch Search ...........................................................................................................................
20
Manual Ch Set ................................................................................................................................
20
Channel Labels ...............................................................................................................................
20
Manual Language ...........................................................................................................................
20
Reset ..........................................................................................................................................
21
FEATURE
MENU OPTIONS ...........................................................................
21
Time Set .......................................................................................................................................
21
Time Set Mode ..............................................................................................................................
21
Time Zone .....................................................................................................................................
21
Advance Video Menu .......................................................................................................................
21
Password Set .................................................................................................................................
22
Parental Control .............................................................................................................................
22
US Ratings ....................................................................................................................................
22
MAPP ...........................................................................................................................................
23
TV Rating ......................................................................................................................................
23
Advanced Parental Lock ...................................................................................................................
23
Canadian
English ............................................................................................................................
24
Canadian
French ............................................................................................................................
24
...................................................................................................................
24
VGA MENU OPTIONS ..................................................................................
Digital Closed Captions
25
VGA Set ........................................................................................................................................
25
H-Pos ...........................................................................................................................................
25
V-Pos ...........................................................................................................................................
26
Phase ..........................................................................................................................................
26
Clock ...........................................................................................................................................
26
Auto Adjust ....................................................................................................................................
26
Setting ..........................................................................................................................................
26
YPBPR MENU OPTIONS ..............................................................................
Component
Set ...........................................................................................................................
HDMI MENU OPTIONS .................................................................................
26
26
27
Time Set .......................................................................................................................................
27
Sleep timer ....................................................................................................................................
27
Advance Video Menu .......................................................................................................................
27
APPENDIX-TROUBLE
Setup and Connection
SHOOTING .................................................................
27
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28
Menu and Remote Control .............................................................................................................
28
Screen .........................................................................................................................................
28
Sound ...........................................................................................................................................
29
Channel ........................................................................................................................................
29
Monitor .........................................................................................................................................
29
,_WARNING
KEEP UNNEEDED
SMALL PARTS AND OTHER OBJECTS OUT OF THE REACH OF
SMALL CHILDREN.
THESE OBJECTS CAN BE ACCIDENTALLY
BE CAREFUL ABOUT PACKAGING
SWALLOWED.
ALSO,
MATERIALS AND PLASTIC SHEETS.
Set up
Do not place the TV set on sloped or unstable surfaces.
Do not place any objects on top of the TV set. If water spills onto the TV set or foreign objects get inside it,
short-circuiting
may occur which could result in fire or electric shock. If any foreign objects get inside the TV set,
please consult an Authorized
Do not cover the ventilation
Service Center.
holes. Doing so may cause the TV set overheated and can cause fire or damage to the
TV set.
Avoid installing this product near electronic equipment
It may cause interference
that is readily affected by electromagnetic
waves.
in image, sound, etc. In particular, keep video equipment away from this
product.
AC Power Supply
Cord
Securely insert the power cord plug as far as it will go. If the plug is not fully inserted, heat may be generated which
could cause fire. If the plug is damaged or the wall socket plate is loose, they should not be used.
Do not handle the power cord plug with wet hands. Doing so may cause electric shocks.
Do not do anything that might damage the power cable. When disconnecting
the power cable, hold the plug, not the
cable.
Do not make any modifications
to, place heavy objects on, place near hot objects, heat, bend, twist or forcefully pull
the power cable. Doing so may cause damage to the power cable which can cause fire or electric shock. If damage
to the cable is suspected,
have it repaired at an Authorized
Service Center.
If the TV set will not be used for a long period of time, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
If Problems
Occur During Use
If a problem occurs (such as no picture or no sound), or if smoke or an abnormal odor is detected from the TV set,
unplug the power cord immediately.
Continued
use of the TV under these conditions might cause fire or permanent
damage to the unit. Have the TV evaluated at an Authorized
Service Center. Service to the TV by any unauthorized
personnel is strongly discouraged due to its high voltage dangerous
nature. If water or foreign objects get inside the
TV set, if the TV set is dropped, or if the cabinet becomes damaged, disconnect
Contact an Authorized
Service Center for any repairs that need to be made
the power cord plug immediately.
When using the TV set
Do not bring your hands, face or objects close to the ventilation holes of the TV set. Top of the TV set is usually
very hot due to the high temperature
of exhaust air being released through the Ventilation
holes. Burns or personal
injuries can happen if any body parts are brought too close. Placing any object near the top of the TV could also
result in heat damage to the object as well as to the TV if its ventilation
Be sure to disconnect
holes are blocked.
all cables before moving the TV set. Moving the TV with its cables attached might damage
the cables which, in turn, can cause fire or electric shock.
Disconnect
the power plug from the wall outlet as a safety precaution before carrying out any cleaning.
electric shocks can result if this is not done.
Clean the power cable regularly to prevent it from becoming dusty. Built-up dust on the power cord plug can
increase humidity which might damage the insulation and cause fire. Unplug the cord from the wall outlet and
clean it with a dry cloth.
This TV set radiates infrared rays; therefore,
it may affect other infrared communication
equipment.
Install your
infrared sensor in a place away from direct or reflected light from your TV set.
Selecting
a location for the TV
1
Place the TV on the floor or on a sturdy platform in a location where light does not directly hit the screen.
2
Place the TV far enough from the walls to allow proper ventilation.
overheating,
may cause
which may damage the TV.
Note: Please contact
Optional
Inadequate ventilation
local dealer for wall mounting.
External
For best performance,
Equipment
video cables should utilize 75 ohm coaxial shielded wire. Cables are available from your
dealer or electronic supply store.
Before you purchase any cables, be sure you know what type of output and input connectors
components
require. Also determine the length of cable you will need.
your various
Familiarizing
Yourself
with the Main Hardware
(The picture of the product may vary depending
on the model)
a.
Select signal input. (It changes to "ENTER" function when main menu displays )
b.
Main Menu display and menu selection
C.
Channel down
d.
Channel up
e.
Volume down
f.
Volume up
g.
ON/OFF button
Rear panel
(The picture of the product
may vary depending
on the model)
A.
100-240V AC 50/60Hz Power Input Terminal.
L.
CVBS Input Terminal
B.
Ypbprl right channel input Terminal.
M.
S-Video-com
C.
Ypbpr2 right channel input Terminal.
N.
COAX -DigitalAudio
D.
Video right channel input Terminal.
O.
Connect with antenna or cable TV to watch TV
E.
Y2 video-com input Terminal
F.
Pb2 video-com input Terminal.
B1. Ypbprl
G.
Pr2 video-com
C1. Ypbpr2 left channel input Terminal
H.
Audio Input Terminal.
I.
Connect
with
Out
programs
input Terminal.
computer
Input Terminal.
left channel input Terminal
D1. Video left channel input Terminal
VGA
signal
input
El. Y1 video-com input Terminal
terminal.
F1. Pbl video-com input Terminal
J.
HDMI-1 video-com input Terminal
G1. Prl video-com input Terminal
K.
HDMI-2 video-com input Terminal
I0
1. POWER
Power
on/off
2. SLEEP
Press
toselect
a preset
timeinterval
toautomatically
shuttheTV
3. ASPECT
Press
toadjust
thescreen
size.
4. DISPLAY
Press
toCheck
yourcurrent
mode.
5. INPUT
Press
toDisplay
a menu
ofallavailable
inputsources,
Alsousedto
confirm
yourchoice
intheon-screen
menu.
6. MTS
Press
toselect
yourfavorite
language
fordigitalbroadcasting;
you
canselect
yourfavorite
mode
Mono/Stereo/SAP
7. FAV.
Add/delete
thecurrent
channel
toyourfavorite
channel.
8. FAV.+
Press
toviewthenextfavorite
channel
9. FAV.Press
toviewtheprevious
favorite
channel
10. Numeric
Buttons
Press
tochange
thechannel
directly
using
thenumeric
buttons.
11. RECALL
Press
toselect
between
current
channel
andthelastchannel.
12.
When
selecting
a digital
broadcast
channel,
press
thenumber,
followed
by"-"button,
followed
bysubchannel
number.
13. Volume
Press
toincrease
ordecrease
thevolume.
14. Channel
Press
toselect
nextorprevious
active
channel
15. PICTURE
Press
tochange
toa preset
3icture
mode.
16. SOUND
Press
tochange
toa preset
sound
mode.
17. FREEZE
Press
tofreeze
thecurrent
picture.
18. MUTE
Press
totemporarily
switch
thesound
off.
]]
19.EPG
Oneofsignal
channel
EPGorMultichannel
EPG
20. DTV
Press
tochange
between
Analog
TVandDigital
TV
21. CC
Press
toselect
Caption
22. MENU
Press
todisplay
themain
on-screen
menu.
23. UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT
Press
toselect
on-screen
menu
items
andchange
menu
values.
24. ENTER
Press
toenterthemenu.
12
<Inserting
thebatteries
intotheremote
control
>1.Push
AAA 1.5V batteries
ensuring
the correct
polarity (+/-).3.Close
inserting
Caution:
Use only Alkaline
If the remote
O
Are the polarities
of the batteries
•
Are the batteries
worn out?
•
Is there an AC power failure?
O
Is the power cable plugged
O
Is any special fluorescent
control is not working,
Control
Use the Remote
the
Reception
control within
Change
batteries
both batteries
should
slightly.2.tnsert
two
the lid.
batteries
see the checkpoints
below.
(+, -) correct?
in?
or neon sign board turned on?
Angle>
a range of 7~10m
Remote Control
Caution-Used
control and pull forward
Batteries.
O
< Remote
the back of the remote
and at an angle of 30°
to either side of the receiver.
TV Angle
be recycled and kept out of children's
reach.-Do
NOT use new and old batteries
together.
at the same time.
-When not using the remote
control over a long time, remove
the batteries
from the unit. Use only Alkaline
batteries.
13
1: Checking
Items before Connecting
Please check the list below before
connecting
< Check
>
items before connecting.
Check the instruction
manual when
the product
connecting
external
to other devices.
devices.
External
products
sometimes
have different
buttons
and
locations.
1
Do not connect
the power unless every connection
is well connected.
The product
may be damaged
if turned
on while still in the process of being connected.
2
Connect
the left (white) and right (red) cables correctly
3
Check the terminals
2: Connecting
There are internal
< Connecting
to connect
the product
to the sound cable.
to on the rear panel.
an Antenna
and external
types of antenna.
an Antenna>
The rear
of LCOTV
Cable TV network
1
Use a coaxial
cable to connect
the rear panel of the TV's [AIR] or [CABLE]
terminals
and the wall mount or external
antenna.
2
3
When an Air signal is required,
connect
to the [AIR] terminal.
[CABLE]
terminal.
Connect
the TV power cord when connecting
< Caution
If both Air and Cable are available,
If a Cable signal is required,
and then connect
everything
connect
both [AIR] and [CABLE]
to the
terminals.
else.
>
Avoid bending
the copper tip at the center of the coaxial cable.
]4
TURN ON LCD TV
1.
Connecting to the AC input cable to switch on LCD TV. At this time the TV will enter standby mode and indicator show
red.
2.
User POWER button or
button on the remote control can turn on LCD TV from standby mode.
TURN OFF LCD TV
1.
Press
POWER
2.
Wait 5 second
button or
button on the remote control to enter standby
mode. The indicator
after switch off LCD TV then you can turn on LCD TV again.
NOTE: If you use your LCD TV for the first time, you should select the language
for displaying
is red.
which will be used
menus and indications
•
Press MENU to display the main menu.
•
Press •
•
Use ,t
•
Press ENTER button to select your desired language.
/ v repeatedly to select the SETUP MENU.
/ _ and •
/ v to select MENU LANGUAGE.
1.
Press VOL+/- to adjust the volume.
2.
If you want to switch the sound OFF, press the MUTE, will turn on CC display at the same time.
3.
You can cancel this function by pressing MUTE or VOL+
]5
Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
Use <
/ b. / A / v buttons to select and adjust the available menus.
Seil}
1
T
NOTE: The OSD (On Screen Display) function
since it provides
1.
2.
graphical presentation.
Using the CH A / CH v
on the front panel or on the remote control.
•
Press CH A to increase channel number.
•
Press CH v to decrease channel number.
Using 0-9 digital
enables you to adjust the screen status conveniently
buttons
and - button
You can select the channel number by pressing 0 to 9
3.
Example:
IN ANALOG SIGNAL:
To select channel (e.g. Channel 22): Press 2 -> 2 ->ENTER,It will jump to 22-0 directly
IN DIGITAL SIGNAL:
To select digit channel (e.g. Channel 22-1 ): Press 2 -> 2 -> - > 1 ->ENTER,the
NOTE: Sub channel number
physical
of analog
channel is always
channel number and not end with "ENTER",
program will appear immediately
zero. But when you
channel selection
in the digital
signal,
if you enter
will be made if there is no operation
within
a few seconds.
]6
You can select
the input
source
by pressing
the INPUT
on the remote
control
or on the front panel.
i'
NOTE: In this manual, the OSD (On Screen Display) may be different from your TV's in colors.
Press the MENU on the front panel or on the remote control and then use A / v
l.
Use ,L / v
2.
Press ENTER button to adjust.
3.
When you are satisfied with your adjustment. Press MENU to exit the main menu.
to select the PICTURE menu.
to select what you want to adjust in the PICTURE MODE.
Picture Mode
Select the type of picture which best corresponds to your viewing requirements by selecting Picture Mode in PICTURE menu.
You may select the picture mode directly by pressing the PICTURE button on the remote control.
]7
Contrast
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,q / _. to adjust the contrast of picture.
Brightness
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,q / _. to adjust the brightness of picture.
Sharpness
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,q / _. to adjust the sharpness
level of picture.
Color
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,q / _. to adjust the color saturation
Tint ( NTSC Input only)
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,q / _. to adjust the tint of picture
Aspect Ratio
Press ENTER button to select the ratio of picture display such as Normal/Zoom/Wide
Press MENU on the front panel or on the remote control and then use A
1.
Use A / •
2.
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,4 / D, to adjust
3.
When you are satisfied with your adjustment,
•
and Cinema.
to select the AUDIO menu.
to select what you want to adjust in the AUDIO menu.
press MENU to exit the mare menu.
Audio Mode
You can select the type of sound which best corresponds to your listening requirements
by selecting sound in SOUND menu.
You may select the sound mode directly by pressing the SOUND button on the remote control.
]8
Audio Language
Press ENTER
to one of the audio language such as English/French
and Spain, but the condition is that the program system
has included the language code.
Bass
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ql / i_ to increase or decrease the level of the lower-pitched sounds
Treble
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,i. / _, to increase or decrease the level of the higher-pitched
sounds.
Balance
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,i. / _ to adjust the audio output between left and right speakers.
Digital Audio Output
Press ENTER button to select the one of mode of the digital audio output such as PCM and RCW.
Auto Volume Adjust
Press ENTER button to adjust the volume automatically.(TV
and HDMI input only)
Press MENU on the front panel or on the remote control and then use A / v to select the SETUP menu.
1.
Use A / v
to select what you want to adjust in the SETUP menu.
2.
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,q. / _ to adjust
3.
When you are satisfied with your adjustment,
press MENU to exit the main menu.
Tuning Band
Press ENTER button to select Air, Cable, Cable HRC, Cable IRC or Cable Auto.
DTV-Signal
In DTV mode, you can tune manually and adjust the angle. Orientation of the antenna etc.
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Auto Ch Search
Press ,L / v to move the cursor to the item to be selected (item selected highlighted in yellow). Press ENTER key to enter
your selection and scan. After the scan is finished, the following menu will display. The channels found the automatically
saved as below:
Note: If you want you exit the Auto Ch Search during the Auto search process, press MENU twice to exit.
Add On Ch Search
When the channels are found, use ENTER to add it to the cannel list
Manual Ch Set
Press ENTER button to display a channel list that you can select channel as below:
Channel Labels
Allows you to name the channel that is selected. Use ,k / •
to move and use .4 / _, to change.
Manual Language
To select language of the OSD such as English/French
and Spain.
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Reset
Press ENTER to return to the factory setting.
Press MENU on the front panel or on the remote control and then use ,q / =. to select the FEATURE menu
1.
Use ,= / v
to select what you want to adjust in the FEATURE menu.
2.
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,t. / _ to adjust
3.
When you are satisfied with your adjustment,
press MENU to exit the main menu.
Time Set
Press ENTER button to select it and then use <. / =, to select the amount of time before your TV turn off automatically
press the ENTER that can select the 30min/60min/90min
and
and OFF.
Time Set Mode
You can select one of auto and manual to set the time. When selected auto, the item of year/date and time will be disabled
and can not to adjust. When select the manual mode, you can press A / •
/ ,t. / _ to set the corresponding
functions.
Time Zone
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,t. / _ to select the time zone such as Pacific/Alaska/Hawaii/Eastern/
Central/Mountain
Advance Video Menu
Press ENTER to enter the advance video menu as below
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Noise Reduction- Spatial: press _
/ _, to select on or off.
Noise Reduction -Speaker :press ,q / D, to select on or off.
Noise Reduction-Temporal:
press ,4 / D, to select on or off.
Auto Contrast Enhancement:
press _
/ _, to select on or off.
Color Temperature: press _
/ _, to select one of Normal/Cool
and Warm.
3D Y/C: press ,4 / _, to select on or off.
Password
Set
Press the ENTER to enter old password menu, and then input the number of 0-9 as below, and you can change the password
when you input the new on twice.
Parental
Control
Press ENTER to enter the sub-menu and then uses the 0-9 to enter the correct password and the Parental Control Menu will
display.
US Ratings
Press ENTER to enter the Parental Control Menu as below
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MAPP
Press ENTER to lock or unlock one of None/G/PG/PG-13/R/NC-17
and X
None - No restrictions
G - General Audience. This contains little or no violence, no strong language, and little or no sexual dialog or situations.
PG - Children under 13 should be accompanied
by an adult.
PG-13 - Parental guidance suggested. Children under 13 should be accompanied
by an adult.
R - Restricted. Viewers should be 17 or older.
NC-17 - not classified. Viewers should be 17 or older.
TV Rating
Press ENTER to lock or unlock one of TV-MA/TV-14/TV-PG/TV-G/TV-Y7
TV-MA-
and TV-Y.
Mature audiences only. This program may contain mature themes, profane language, graphic violence and explicit
and explicit sexual content.
TV-14 - Parents strongly cautioned. This program may contain sophisticated
themes, sexual content, strong language and
more intense violence.
TV-PG -
Parents guidance
suggested.
The program
may contain
infrequent
coarse language,
limited violence,
some
suggestive sexual dialog and situations.
TV-G - General audience. This contains little or no violence, no strong language, and little or no sexual dialog or situations.
TV-V7 - Directed for older children. Themes and elements in this program may include mild physical or comedic violence, or
may frighten children under the age of seven.
TV-Y - All children. The themes and elements in this program are specifically
designed for a very young audience, including
children from ages two six.
Advanced
Parental
Lock
When select the ON for Advance Rating, the Advanced Parental Lock will display.
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Canadian
English
Press ENTER to lock or unlock one of E/C/C8+/G/PG/14+/18+.
E - Expect No restriction.
C - Children
C8+ - Viewers should be 8 or order.
G - General Audience.
PG - Parental guidance suggested.
14+ - Restricted. Viewers should be 14 or older.
18+ - Restricted. Viewers should be 18 or older.
Canadian
French
Press ENTER to lock or unlock one of E/G/8
ans+/13
ans+/16
ans+ and 18 ans+.
E - Expect No restriction.
G - For all.
8 ans+ - Restricted. Viewers should be 8 or older.
13 ans+ - Restricted. Viewers should be 13 or older.
16 ans+ - Restricted. Viewers should be 16 or older.
18 ans+ - Restricted. Viewers should be 18 or older.
Digital Closed Captions
This menu allows you to set the closed caption, and press ENTER to enter Closed Caption Options menu as below:
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Style: press _
b, to select one of Automatic and Custom, when you select automatic, the other are disable and can not be
adjusted.
Size: press _
_
to select one of Normal/Large
and Small.
Font: press _
_
to select one of Default and from Front 1 to Font 7.
Text Color: press _. / _ to select one of Red/Green/Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black
and White.
Text Opacity: press _. / _
to select one of the Solid/Flashing/Transparent/Translucent
Background
Color: press _
/ _
Background
Opacity: press _
to select one of Red/Green/Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black
and White.
/ _, to select one of the Solid/Flashing/Transparent/Translucent
Edge Effect: press _
/ _
to select one of the None/Raised/Depressed/Uniform/Left
Edge Color: press _
/ b, to select one of Red/Green/Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black
Press MENU on the front panel or on the remote control and then use ,t
Shadow/Right
Shadow.
and White.
/ _ to select the Feature menu in VGA
mode.
1.
Use A / v
to select what you want to adjust in the FEATURE menu.
2.
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,4. / D, to adjust
3.
When you are satisfied with your adjustment,
press MENU to exit the main menu.
VGA Set
Press A / v
button and then press ENTER to enter the VGA set menu as below
H-Pos
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,4. / _, to adjust the horizontal position of the picture.
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V-Pos
Press ENTER button to select it and then use <
/ _, to adjust the vertical position of the picture.
Phase
Press ENTER button to select it and then use <
/ _ to adjust the phase of the picture.
Clock
Press ENTER button to select it and then use <
/ _ to adjust the clock of the picture.
Note:
Phase- This function allows you to remove any horizontal noise and clear or sharpen the image of characters.
Clock- This function is to minimize any vertical bars or stripes visible on the screen background. And the horizontal screen
size also will change.
Position- This function is to adjust the picture to Left/Right
and Up/Down
as you prefer.
Auto Adjust
Press ENTER button to select it and then use <. / _, to do auto adjust that automatically adjusts the available options for the
best viewing configuration.
Setting
Press ENTER to do preset that can return to the factory setting.
Press MENU on the front panel or on the remote control and then use <
/ =, to select the Feature menu in Ypbpr
mode.
1.
Use A / v
2.
Press ENTER button to select and then use ,q. / D, to adjust
3.
When you are satisfied with your adjustment,
Component
to select what you want to adjust in the FEATURE menu.
press MENU to exit the main menu.
Set
Press A / v button and then use ENTER to enter the VGA Set menu as below
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Press MENU on the front panel or on the remote control and then use _
/ _ to select the Feature menu in HDMI
mode.
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Time Set
Press A / v button and then use ENTER the time set menu that allows you to set the time the IV will display.
Sleep timer
Press ENTER button to select it and then use ,4 / _ to adjust the amount of time before your TV turn off automatically
press the ENTER that can select the 15min/30min/45min/60min/90min/120min/180min/240min
and
and OFF.
Advance Video Menu
Press ENTER to enter the advance video menu.
Identifying
Problems
If there are any problems using the product, please first consult the list below. If the list below does not solve the problem, call our
Customer Service Center immediately.
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Setupand
Connection
The -IV won't turn on. Check
your power cable connection.
•
I can't view the Basic channels.
•
I want to view cable channels.
•
I want to view satellite
•
Digital broadcasting
connected
•
The Remote
Change
the connection
of the antenna
cable.
Register with your local cable company
channels.
Setup your Satellite
is not functioning.
to your antenna
Menu and Remote
Check
parabola
Check your antenna
then connect
antenna
then connect
cable connection.
Check
their receiver
your satellite
to your TV.
receiver
to the -IV.
if the digital channel
selection
is correctly
between
control and the
cable.
Control
Control
isn't functioning
well.
the batteries.
Check the polarity of the batteries.
Check the angle of the remote
control from the product or if there are any obstacles
the remote
product.
Check if you have pressed
the correct key for the correct option.
Try to a bright light position near TV's which
•
I cannot change
Press [TV/AV]
channels
External
Check
•
a strong
light source on TV <remote
receiver
to change
receiver>
window.
with the remote control.
and select <TV>.
Try to use the remote
•
transmit
control for the cable or satellite
input channels
your external
the channel.
cannot be selected.
input connection
cable.
A Menu cannot be selected.
Check if the menu is grayed out, and if it is, that menu cannot be selected.
Screen
•
Poor picture
Is the power cord unplugged?
Make sure the power cable is plugged
in correctly,
and then press the power of the remote
control.
•
Black picture
Check
if external
Press [external
•
input mode is selected
input selection]
Lined and flickering
and select TV
picture.
Try to finely adjust the channel.
Are there any TV waves
flowing
or cordless
radio transmitting
stations?
Avoid using cordless
phones,
hairdryers
or electrical
drills.
•
Disfunctioning
Check
if the channel
Try changing
•
channels.
has been selected
correctly.
the position of the antenna.
Picture with white and black dots.
Check
if your antenna
is damaged
or any connections
are broken.
Replace your antenna.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Onlycertain
channels
areinblack
andwhite
Check
iftheprogram
isbeing
broadcast
inblack
andwhite.
Trytocheck
thehueorcontrast.
TheSub-Screen
isblack.
Check
thepower
oftheexternal
device
connected
totheTV.
Ifthepower
cordisdisconnected,
thescreen
willbeblack.
Automatic
turn-on
isinactive.
When
turning
offyourTV,youneedtousetheremote
control
orpress
thepower
button
ontheTV.(Ifyoupulltheplugonthe
TV,thesettings
willbedeleted.)
8ound
Poorquality
sound
Check
iftheprogram
isinstereo.
Stereo
maynotworkwellinareas
withbadreception.
TryusingMono
forthese
areas.
Sound
ismalfunctioning
whileusingacable.
Check
yoursound
connecting
cable.
Check
ifotherchannels
alsohavenosound
Icanseeimages,
butthereisnosound.
Press
thevolume
buttons
toincrease
thesound.
Trywatching
avideo(ifthevideohassound,
check
yourcablecompany).
Ifthereisnoproblem
withthecable
receiver,
then
callourcustomer
service.
Check
iftheinternal
speakers
are<OFF>.
There
isamalfunction
afterthevolume
isincreased
Trytoadjust
theexternal
devices
connected
totheTV(Digital
channel
receiver,
DTV,
DVD,Cable
channel
receiver,
video)
Ifyoucanadjust
yoursound,
trytobalance
thevolume
oftheTVandtheexternal
device.
Channel
Thechannels
arenotfunctioning.
Connect
theantenna
connectors
again.
Settomemorize
channels
intheautomatic
channel
setting
again.
Query
theparticular
broadcasting
station.
Alimited
number
ofchannels
arenotfunctioning.
Change
thelocation
ordirection
oftheantenna.
Trytoselect
afewchannels
using
numbers
andmemorize
themusingtheadd/delete
button.
Query
thebroadcasting
station.
OnlyUHF(14~69)
Channels
areunavailable.
Check
iftheantenna
isabletoreceive
UHF.
Monitor
ThePCScreen
continually
appears
anddisappears.
Check
theconnection
between
theTVandthecomputer
andseeiftheconnector
islocked.
A"There
isnosignal
"message
appears.
Thishappens
ifthesignal
fromthevideocardisexceeded
forthemaximum
resolution
orfrequency
oftheTV.Trytosetthe
maximum
resolution
orfrequency
fortheTV.
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•
•
•
•
Seeifpower
savemode
ofthePCfunctions
properly.(This
isdeactivated
whenanykeyispressed
orthemouse
ismoved)
Thescreen
looks
likethereiswater
flowing
onit.
Check
theconnector
connected
totheTV.
Thescreen
isunclear
andblurry.
Change
thefrequency
andphase
adjustment.
Change
theResolution
andfrequency
tothestandard
limit.
Unstable
andflickering
screen.
Theresolution
andfrequency
ofthePC'sGraphics
Card
should
besetwithin
theTV'srange.
Check
theTVmenu's
current
mode
andstandard
mode
andsetitupagain.
Some
modes
instandard
mode
arenotworking.
Check
thecompatibility
ofthevideocard.
Ifitisnotworking
forcompatible
hardware,
trytoupgrade
thedriver
ofthegraphics
card.
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