Mitsubishi Electric WD-65737 Specifications

HOME THEATER TELEVISION
MODELS
C9 Series
737 Series
837 Series
OWNER’S GUIDE
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Guidelines for setting up and using your new widescreen TV start on page 7.
For questions:
-- Visit our website at www.mitsubishi-tv.com.
-- E-mail us at MDEAservice@mdea.com.
-- Call Consumer Relations at 800-332-2119.
For information on System Reset, please see the back cover.
To order replacement or additional remote controls or lamp cartridges, visit our website at
www.mitsuparts.com or call 800-553-7278.
837 Series. IR emitter cables for NetCommand home-theater control are available for
purchase from Mitsubishi. Call 800-553-7278 and request either part number 242D483020
(two-ended cable) or part number 299P254020 (four-ended cable).
CAUTION
FCC Declaration of Conformity
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 of the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
WARNING: This product shall be connected to a
MAINS socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.
MAINS DISCONNECTION: The mains plug is used
as the disconnect device. The disconnect device shall
remain readily operable.
Stand Requirement
CAUTION: Use these Mitsubishi TV models only with
the Mitsubishi stand models shown here. Other stands
can result in instability and possibly cause injury.
TV Model
Stand Model
WD-60C9, WD-65C9
WD-60737, WD-65737
WD-65837
MB-S60/65A
WD-73C9
WD-73737
WD-73837
MB-S73A
82-inch TVs: Mitsubishi does not design, manufacture, or sell matching bases for 82-inch televisions
(WD-82737, WD-82837). When selecting a stand, base,
or other furniture to support the TV, please make sure it
is designed with the appropriate dimensions for stability and to support the TV’s total weight as well as the
weight of any additional equipment you plan to store.
TV WEIGHT: This TV is heavy. Exercise extreme care
when lifting or moving it. Lift or move the TV with a
minimum of two adults. To prevent damage to the TV,
avoid jarring or moving it while it is turned on. Always
power off your TV, unplug the power cord, and disconnect all cables before moving it.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
Product:
Projection Television Receiver
Models:
WD-60C9, WD-65C9, WD-73C9
WD-60737, WD-65737, WD-73737,
WD-82737
WD-65837, WD-73837, WD-82837
Responsible
Party:
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics
America, Inc.
9351 Jeronimo Road
Irvine, CA 92618-1904
Telephone:
(800) 332-2119
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and
(2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
-- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-- Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
-- Connect the equipment into an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
-- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by Mitsubishi could cause harmful
interference and would void the user’s authority
to operate this equipment.
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
Note: Features and specifications described in this
owner’s guide are subject to change without notice.
Contents
Important Information About Your TV
Installation and Operating Notes. . . . .
Important Safety Instructions. . . . . . .
Special Features of Your TV. . . . . . . .
1 Basic Setup and Operation
Package Contents. . . . . . . . .
Before You Begin.. . . . . . . . .
First-Time Power-On.. . . . . . .
TV Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up TV Inputs. . . . . . .
Basic TV Operation. . . . . . . .
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Inputs and Outputs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Y Pb Pr Component Video Device. . . . .
HDMI Device.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DVI Video Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Composite Video Device.. . . . . . . . . . .
Antenna or Cable TV Service.. . . . . . . .
VCR or DVD Recorder to an Antenna or
Wall Outlet Cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
VCR or DVD Recorder to a Cable Box . .
A/V Receiver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3 Using TV Features
Selecting an Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sleep Timer.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ChannelView Channel Listings.. . . . . . . .
Redirecting Audio Output. . . . . . . . . . . .
Controlling A/V Receiver Sound Volume..
Status Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TV Signals and Display Formats. . . . . . .
3D Video.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the TV with a Personal Computer. .
Camera Images and Music Files. . . . . . .
Introduction to Home-Theater Control. . .
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Main Menu. . . . .
Menu Navigation.
Adjust. . . . . . . . .
Captions. . . . . . .
Initial.. . . . . . . . .
Inputs. . . . . . . . .
Lock. . . . . . . . . .
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5 NetCommand IR Control
About NetCommand IR Control.. . . . . . . . . .
IR Emitter Placement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Initial NetCommand Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating NetCommand-Controlled Devices.
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Controlling an A/V Receiver after NetCommand
Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up A/V Receiver Control
Power and Volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Mitsubishi TV Software.
Warranty.
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Appendices
Appendix A: Programming the Remote Control. .
Appendix B: Bypassing the Parental Lock. . . . . .
Appendix C: HDMI Control of CEC Devices. . . . .
Appendix D: TV Care
Lamp-Cartridge Replacement and Cleaning. .
Cleaning Recommendations. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Care of the Remote Control.. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix E: Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trademark and License Information. .
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Important Information About Your TV
For Your Records
Record the model number, serial number, and
purchase date of your TV. The model and serial
numbers are on the back of the TV. Refer to this
page when requesting assistance with the TV.
MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER PURCHASE DATE
RETAILER NAME LOCATION
Installation and Operating Notes
Custom cabinet installation must allow for proper
air circulation around the television.
NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER: THIS REMINDER
IS PROVIDED TO CALL THE CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER’S
ATTENTION TO ARTICLE 820-40 OF THE NEC THAT PROVIDES GUIDELINES FOR THE PROPER GROUNDING AND,
IN PARTICULAR, SPECIFIES THAT THE CABLE GROUND
SHALL BE CONNECTED TO THE GROUNDING SYSTEM OF
THE BUILDING, AS CLOSE TO THE POINT OF CABLE ENTRY
AS PRACTICAL.
Internal Fans
Internal cooling fans maintain proper operating temperatures inside the TV. It is normal to hear the fans
when you first turn on the TV, during quiet scenes
while viewing the TV, and for a short time after shutting
off the TV. You may notice louder fan noise about 30
seconds after shutting off the TV and while using the
Bright Lamp Mode.
Lamp Replacement
For lamp-replacement instructions, see Appendix D.
To Order a Replacement Lamp Under Warranty
Call (800) 553-7278. Please have model number, serial
number, and TV purchase date available.
Important: All lamps replaced under warranty
must be returned to Mitsubishi where they will be
inspected for defect verification.
To Purchase a Replacement Lamp After Warranty
Visit our website at www.mitsuparts.com or call (800)
553-7278. Order new lamp part number 915B403001
TV Software
Do not attempt to update the software of this TV with
software or USB drives not provided by or authorized
by Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. Nonauthorized software may damage the TV and will not be
covered by the warranty.
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Important Safety Instructions
Please read the following safeguards for your TV and
retain for future reference. Always follow all warnings
and instructions marked on the television.
E XAMP LE OF ANT E NNA G R OUNDING
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
ANT E NNA
LE AD IN WIR E
G R OUND C LAMP
ANT E NNA
DIS C HAR G E UNIT
(NE C AR T IC LE 810-20)
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
E LE C T R IC
S E R V IC E
E QUIP ME NT
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
G R OUND C LAMP S
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding
type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does
not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart,
stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified
by the manufacturer,
or sold with the
apparatus. When
a cart is used, use
caution when moving
the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus
during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
G R OUNDING
C ONDUC T OR S
(NE C AR T IC LE 810-21)
NE C — NAT IONAL E LE C T R IC AL C ODE
P OWE R S E R V IC E G R OUNDING
E LE C T R ODE S Y S T E M
(NE C AR T 250, P AR T H)
Outdoor Antenna Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected
to the TV, be sure the antenna or cable system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against
voltage surges and built-up static charges.
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.
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Special Features of Your TV
Your new high-definition widescreen television has
many special features that make it the perfect center of
your home entertainment system, including:
1080p High-Definition DLP Display System
Your Mitsubishi HDTV uses Texas Instruments Digital
Light Processing™ technology for rear-projection TVs
to create the picture you see on screen. All images are
displayed at 1080p. The TV uses Plush 1080p® 5G to
convert lower-resolution signals to 1080p for display.
The TV can also accept 1080p original signals and
maintain them at 1080p through all processing until
displayed.
3D Ready
All Mitsubishi 1080p DLP HDTV’s are 3D Ready. This
feature lets you experience the new 3D technologies applied to many recent movies and video games.
Immerse yourself in your favorite video game, movie, or
sporting event displayed in 3D.
16:9 Widescreen Picture Format
Enjoy a full theatrical experience in the comfort of your
home. View pictures as film directors intended them.
Digital TV broadcasts, DVDs and newer video game
consoles support this widescreen format.
Integrated HDTV Tuner
Your widescreen Mitsubishi HDTV has an internal HDTV
tuner able to receive both over-the-air HDTV broadcasts (received via an antenna) and non-scrambled
digital cable broadcasts, including non-scrambled
HDTV cable programming.
High-Definition Video Inputs
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Component Video Inputs. Also called Y/Pb/Pr
inputs, these inputs receive standard analog video
formats of 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i high-definition signals. This provides a high level of flexibility
when connecting DVD players/recorders, cable
boxes, and satellite receivers.
HDMI Inputs. These inputs accept digital 480i,
480p, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p video signals plus
PCM digital stereo signals. The HDMI™ inputs can
also accept a variety of PC signals and resolutions.
These inputs support HDMI 1.3 Deep Color (up to
36 bits) and the x.v.Color extended color gamut.
Used with an adapter, these HDMI inputs also
accept compatible digital DVI video signals. HDMI
inputs provide additional high-performance,
high-definition connections for maximum flexibility
in your choice of home theater products. The HDMI
inputs are HDCP copy-protection compatible.
Easy Connect Auto Input Sensing
Easy Connect™ Auto Input Sensing automatically recognizes when you plug in a device and prompts you to
assign a name to it. The TV ignores any unused inputs,
so the result is an uncluttered menu where you can
easily find and select connected devices by name.
Home-Theater Control
HDMI Control
Available for all models. HDMI devices with Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) capabilities may be
compatible with the TV’s HDMI Control feature. Compatible devices can receive control signals through the
HDMI connection, allowing the TV’s remote control to
operate some functions of these devices.
NetCommand with IR Learning
837 Series. Your Mitsubishi HDTV offers a new level
of networking that seamlessly integrates selected
older A/V products with new and future digital products. NetCommand® supports IR (infrared) control of
products such as VCRs, DVD players, cable boxes, and
satellite receivers. NetCommand can “learn” remote
control signals directly from many devices, allowing you
to create a customized NetCommand-controlled hometheater system. The necessary IR emitter cables are
available for purchase separately from Mitsubishi.
ENERGY STAR®
This is an ENERGY STAR® qualified TV. Products that
earn the ENERGY STAR prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy efficiency guidelines set
by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the
U.S. Department of Energy.
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Basic Setup and Operation
Package Contents
Before You Begin
Please take a moment to review the following list of
items to ensure that you have received everything.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
MENU
INFO
BACK
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AA
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ating information at the beginning of this book.
Choose a location for your TV.
• Allow at least four inches of space on all sides
of the TV to help prevent overheating. Overheating may cause premature failure of the TV
as well as shortened lamp life.
• Avoid locations where light may reflect off the
screen.
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ACTIVITY
1. Review the important safety, installation, and oper2.
Remote Control
Two AA Batteries
Basic Owner’s Guide
HDTV Quick-Setup Guide
Product Registration Card
GUIDE
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See the stand requirements on page 2.
3. Install the batteries in the remote control.
4. Plug the TV into an AC power outlet.
First-Time Power-On
1. Confirm that the remote
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Remote Control Batteries
1. Remove the remote control back cover.
control is in TV mode.
• Press the side button
once to light the mode
indicator and confirm
that TV mode is active.
• To change, press the
side button additional
times to activate TV
mode.
TV
GUIDE
MENU
INFO
BACK
2. Aim the remote control
at the TV and press the
POWER key
. Wait for the
Welcome screen.
Emitter bulb
2. Load the batteries, making sure the polarities
(+) and (-) are correct. Insert the negative (-)
end first.
3. Press
if you wish to
change the menu language
to Español.
4. Press
to highlight EXIT.
Press ENTER to clear the
menu.
3. Slide the cover back into place.
GUIDE
MENU
INFO
BACK
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1. Basic Setup and Operation
TV Controls
Remote Control
ACTIVITY Press to select a TV activity
and input. See page 21.
VCR CABL/SAT TV DVD AUDIO
Control-mode indicator for device
type to control. Use the side button to
change.
GUIDE ChannelView listings, page 22.
MENU TV main menu, page 32
Powers TV on or off.
INFO TV status (page 23) or TV help.
BACK
Steps back one menu; clears
the top menu or Status Display.
ACTIVITY
GUIDE
Volume Up
MUTE
VOLUME DOWN
Record/Playback controls for external devices
When remote control is programmed, page 58
HDMI control, page 69
837 Series: NetCommand, page 48
MENU
INFO
Side button sets the control mode
for the type of device to operate. Set
mode to TV for normal TV viewing.
BACK
CHANNEL UP
LAST. Goes to the previously tuned channel.
CHANNEL DOWN
PAGE UP
ENTER
Navigation controls
PAGE DOWN
(Pause) Freezes a broadcast TV picture.
MORE
Number/letter keys
Channel tuning, page 12
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Adds a separator when enterCANCEL
ing digital channel numbers.
Clears some menu entries.
Selects a channel number or
menu item.
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Displays a menu showing additional functions for the number
keys.
For the MORE menu in TV mode,
see below.
With remote control programmed
for other device types, page 58.
The MORE menu in other modes is
specific to the device type.
For CEC-enabled devices, page 67
The MORE menu in TV mode
Note: To operate other audio/video
devices using the TV’s remote
control:
• See Appendix A, “Programming the Remote
Control.”
• For HDMI devices compatible with the TV’s
HDMI Control feature, see Appendix C.
• 837 Series
-- See page 45 for NetCommand IR “Learning” of device keys.
-- For use of specific keys with NetCommand-controlled devices, see “Special
Operation Methods,” page 48.
CC Closed captions, page 37
VIDEO Video adjustments, page 35
AUDIO Audio adjustments, page 36
SLEEP Sleep Timer, page 21
FORMAT Picture shape (aspect ratio), page 24
MORE Clears the MORE menu.
1. Basic Setup and Operation
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TV Controls, continued
TV Control Panel
System Reset
Buttons on the control panel duplicate some keys on
the remote control.
• Refer to upper labels when no TV menus are displayed.
• Refer to lower labels when using TV menus or after
activating a special function.
If the TV fails to respond to the remote control, the
control-panel buttons, or will not power on/off, perform
System Reset. Recent setting changes made before
using System Reset may be lost.
To perform System Reset, press and hold the POWER
button on the control panel for ten seconds.
Panel-Lock Release
STATUS
POWER
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737 and C9 series.
Flip open cover to
use buttons on the
front panel.
To release the Panel Lock using the TV control
panel, press and hold the ACTIVITY button on the
control panel for ten seconds. If the TV is off, press
the POWER button to have it power on.
To activate the Panel Lock, use the Lock menu,
page 44.
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Controls on 737 and C9 series TVs. 837 series controls
are similar and are located next to the STATUS indicator.
If You Power Off the TV by Mistake
1. Press POWER again, within about 60 seconds, to
have the TV come back on immediately.
2. If the status indicator starts rapidly blinking
green (about 60 seconds after you shut off
power), wait a few moments for the status indicator to stop blinking and press POWER to turn
the TV on again.
STATUS Light
Key
Off
Steady On
Slow Blinking
Fast Blinking
LED Color TV Condition
None
TV is powered off. Normal operation.
Green
TV is powered on. Normal operation.
Green
TV powered off, auto-on TV Timer is set.
Normal operation. TV can be turned on at any time.
Green
TV just powered off and lamp is cooling.
Sixty seconds after turning off TV, LED will start to blink. TV can be turned back on before blinking
starts or after blinking stops, but not while the indicator is blinking. Normal operation.
Yellow
TV is too hot. The TV will display a warning message and shut off if it overheats.
• Ambient room temperature may be too high. Turn off the TV and let the room temperature drop.
• Clear blocked air vents. Ensure at least a four-inch clearance on all sides of the TV.
• Clean the lamp-cartridge air filter. See “Lamp-Cartridge Filter Cleaning,” page 71.
Yellow
Lamp access door is not secure or no lamp installed.
TV will not operate until lamp access door is secured. See Appendix D.
Red
Lamp failure. Replace the lamp. See Appendix D.
Red
TV may require service.
Turn off the TV and unplug the set from the AC power source. Wait one minute and then plug the set
back in.
If the red LED is still on, contact your dealer or a Mitsubishi Authorized Service Center. Go to www.mitsubishi-tv.com or call 1-800-332-2119 to receive Authorized Service Center information.
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1. Basic Setup and Operation
Setting Up TV Inputs
Using the ANT (Antenna) Input
Setting Up Other Inputs
If using an antenna or direct cable service (no cable
box), connect the incoming coaxial cable to the TV’s
ANT input. Refer to page 18.
1. Connect your devices to the TV, making note of
You must save channels to memory with a channel scan
to enable reception of all available high-definition and
standard-definition digital channels. The channel scan
will search for channels available locally. If you skip this
step, the TV will receive only analog channels.
2.
3.
Memorizing Channels with Channel Scan
For the ANT input
4.
To start channel memorization
1. Power on the TV.
2. Press MENU and open the Initial > Channel menu.
which TV input jack is used for each device. See
“TV Connections,” page 14, for recommendations.
Power on the devices to ensure detection.
Power on the TV.
The TV will display the New Device Found screen
for each new connection it detects Learn more
about Auto Input/Auto Output Sensing on the
opposite page.
Select the device type if the device is not recognized automatically.
Start channel memorization from the Initial > Channel
menu.
3. Press ENTER to enter the menu.
4. Select Ant Air if connected to an
over-the-air antenna. Select Ant
Cable for direct cable.
5. Highlight Scan and press ENTER.
Channel memorization may take up
to 15 minutes to complete.
To stop channel memorization before completion,
press CANCEL.
Use the Initial > Channel > Edit menu (page 39) for
additional channel options, such as adding or deleting
channels from memory.
Sample New Device
Found screen.
Important Note for NetCommand IR Users
837 Series. Be sure to select the correct device
type here. Although you can change the device type
later in the Inputs > Name menu, any “learned” NetCommand IR codes will be erased when you make
the change.
5. 837 Series. You can perform NetCommand IR
6.
“learning” after selecting the device type or at a
later time when convenient. To perform now, highlight NetCommand and press ENTER. See “Initial
NetCommand Setup,” page 47 or “Setting Up A/V
Receiver Control,” page 52.
Press BACK to close the New Device Found screen.
The TV will then display the New Device Found
screen for the next connection it finds.
1. Basic Setup and Operation
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Setting Up TV Inputs, continued
About Auto Input Sensing/
Auto Output Sensing
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This TV’s Easy Connect™ Auto Input Sensing feature
detects most connections automatically.
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Auto Input/Auto Output Sensing for Most Devices
When you first connect a device, the TV will:
a. Detect the connected device and automatically switch to it.
b. Prompt you to identify the device type.
c. 837 Series. Prompt you to perform NetCommand set-up for the device, if available.
d. Repeat these steps for other newly detected
devices.
For an HDMI A/V receiver, select AVR from
the list of device types if the A/V receiver is
not recognized automatically.
HDMI CEC Devices Compatible with the TV’s
HDMI Control Feature. Compatible CECenabled HDMI devices are often recognized automatically by the TV. HDMI Control may allow you
to control some functions of a CEC-enabled device.
See Appendix C, “HDMI Control of CEC Devices.”

Y/VIDEO plus Pb (detected
as component video)

HDMI


USB (837 series)
Digital Audio OUTPUT
(orange jack)

AVR AUDIO OUTPUT
(red jack)

ANT (Antenna)
IR NetCommand Output
(837 series)
No Auto
Sensing
Y/VIDEO (detected as
composite video)
Auto Output
Sensing
TV Jacks and
Auto Sensing
Auto Input
Sensing
Which Jacks Trigger Auto Sensing?


The TV may not detect an HDMI device when
the device is powered off. Detection will
occur when the device is next powered on.
When You First Connect a Device
•
•
Most Device Types. Select the device type from
the on-screen list. The device type you select here
will appear as a device icon in the Activity menu.
A/V Receiver
-- The TV can detect audio connections on the
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT jack and the right (red)
AVR AUDIO OUTPUT jack.
New Device Found screen for a device with HDMI
control enabled. Select On to enable the TV’s CEC
control of the device. In some cases, as in the
example above, you will also be prompted to select a
device name.
Tips on Auto Sensing
• Choose a different name for each input.
• The antenna input (ANT) is never detected,
although you can turn off the unused antenna
input in the Inputs > Name menu.
• Change the device type displayed in the Activity
menu by using the Inputs > Name menu (page
40).
• 837 series. Any “learned” NetCommand IR
codes will be erased if you change the device
type in the Inputs > Name menu.
Reactivating Auto Input Sensing
for an HDMI Input
When you disconnect an HDMI device, Auto Input
Sensing is disabled until you perform these steps.
1. Disconnect the HDMI device.
2. Delete the removed HDMI device in the Inputs >
3.
Name menu (see “Removing an HDMI Device,”
page 69).
Connect the new device and the New Device
Found screen will display.
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1. Basic Setup and Operation
Basic TV Operation
Selecting an Input to Watch
Watching DVDs or Videos
1. Press ACTIVITY.
2. Press
and to highlight an input.
3. Press ENTER to switch to the input.
TV Connected to a DVD Player, DVR, or VCR
Press ACTIVITY and select a movie source from the
Activity menu. If you named devices during Auto Input
Sensing, select the input from the Watch Movie group.
Watching Broadcast TV
TV Connected to an Antenna, Direct Cable, Cable
Box, Set-Top Box, or Satellite Receiver
1. Select an input to watch from the Activity menu’s
Watch TV group.
Note: For more about the Activity menu, see page 21.
Activity menu, DVD input selected
Activity menu, antenna input selected
2. Tune to a channel on the ANT input using any of
these methods.
• Enter the channel number using the number
keys on the remote control and press ENTER.
For a two-part digital channel, such as 3-1,
—
press 3 CANCEL 1 to enter a dash (separator).
• Press CHANNEL UP /CHANNEL DN (+/–) to change
channels one channel at a time.
• Press
(LAST) to switch back to the previously tuned channel.
• Antenna or Direct Cable Only. Press GUIDE to
display ChannelView channel listings, highlight
a channel number, and press ENTER to tune.
TV Tips
Turning the TV On or Off
•
•
Point the remote control at the front of the TV
and press the POWER button.
Press the POWER button on the TV control
panel.
If You Turn Off the TV by Mistake
•
•
Press POWER again, within about 60 seconds,
to have the TV come back on immediately.
If the status indicator starts rapidly blinking
green (about 60 seconds after you shut off
power), wait a few moments for the status indicator to stop blinking and press POWER to turn
the TV on again.
Controlling Sound Volume
•
•
Press VOLUME UP/VOLUME DN to adjust the sound
level.
See also “Controlling A/V Receiver Sound
Volume” on page 22.
1. Basic Setup and Operation
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Basic TV Operation, continued
Making Picture Adjustments
1. To get the best picture under different viewing con-
ditions, set the Picture Mode before changing other
video settings. See page 35 for more.
a. Press MENU and go to the Adjust > Picture >
Picture Mode menu.
b. Make one of these selections:
Name
Brilliant
Game
Bright
Natural
When to Use
Under bright light
With gaming consoles
For most daytime viewing
For most nighttime viewing
c. Press MENU to clear the menu.
2. Press MORE.
3. Press 8 (VIDEO).
4. Press
to display the name of the adjustment
5.
you want.
Press
to make the adjustment.
Other TV Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Additional picture adjustments are described on pages
33 and 34.
•
Audio Settings
Activate Audio Lock to control your sound system
with the TV’s remote control left in TV mode. See
page 59.
To set the TV Clock see page 38. Set the TV
Clock if you plan to use the TV Timer (page 38) or
ChannelView (page 22) features.
To set parental controls, see the Lock menu, page
42.
To change the input names that appear in the
Activity menu, see Inputs > Name options, page
40.
3D Video. See page 25.
To program the remote control to operate other
A/V devices, see Appendix A, “Programming the
Remote Control,” page 58.
To control compatible devices using HDMI CEC
control, see Appendix C, “HDMI Control of CEC
Devices,” page 67.
837 Series. To view still and moving digital camera
images on the TV, see “Camera Images and Music
Files,” page 28.
837 Series. To control A/V devices with NetCommand, see chapter 5, “NetCommand IR Control for
Most Devices” on (page 45).
Changing the Audio Output
To switch audio output from the internal TV speakers to
a connected external sound system or headphones:
1. Press MORE.
2. Press 9 (AUDIO).
3. Press
until the Speakers option is displayed.
4.
The Speakers option will display only if a connection has been detected on one of the TV’s audio
outputs.
Press to switch between TV and either AV
Receiver or Headphones.
Other Information
TV Care
•
•
Changing Audio Settings
1. Press MORE.
2. Press 9 (AUDIO).
3. Press
to display the name of the adjustment
you want.
4. Press
to change the setting.
Lamp Cartridge. When the lamp cartridge needs
replacement, replace the lamp yourself and save
the cost of a service call. See Appendix D for
instructions.
General Cleaning. See “Cleaning Recommendations,” page 72.
Assistance
•
•
For troubleshooting, service, and product support,
see Appendix E, page 73.
For warranty information, see the TV warranty on
page 84.
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2
TV Connections
Before You Begin
Auto Input Sensing
Surround Sound
The TV’s Auto Input Sensing feature automatically recognizes most connections and prompts you to identify
the type of device connected. See page 11 for more on
Auto Input Sensing.
For best surround sound audio quality, route audiosignal cables or HDMI cables from the source device
directly to your A/V receiver or sound system.
Connection Types
Use the connection types available on your input
devices that will give the best video quality. For
example, choose HDMI over component video, and
choose component video over composite video.
Picture Quality
For best picture quality, route signals directly from the
input device to the TV whenever possible.
IMPORTANT
Accessory items such as cables, adapters,
splitters, or combiners required for TV
connections are not supplied with the TV.
These items are available at most electronics
stores.
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2. TV Connections
Inputs and Outputs
Main Connection Panel
RS-232C control jack
offered on 837 series.
DVI/PC INPUT
(page 18) 6
1 ANT
(page 18)
10
RS-232C
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
1
2
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
3
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
2
7
AVR
Audio
OUTPUT
(page 20)
HDMI
(page 17)
Pr
R
R AUDIO L
8
Pb
DIGITAL
Audio
OUTPUT
(page 20)
Pr
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
4
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
5
INPUT 1
HDMI
L
INPUT 2
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
ANT
IR-NetCommand
Output
R
3
VIDEO
(composite
video, page 19)
3D GLASSES
EMITTER
(page 25)
9
Y Pb Pr
(component
video, page 17)
IR– NetCommand Output
(page 46)
Offered on 837 series.
Convenience Inputs
A readily accessible set of jacks is provided for a camcorder, game, or
other audio/video device.
837 Series. A fourth HDMI input is provided. If you connect a DVI
device to the HDMI input, use the nearby audio jacks to send sound
from the device to the TV.
USB port and
HDMI 4 offered
on 837 series.
INPUT 3
Pr
Pb
Y/ VIDEO
L AUDIO R
USB
HDMI 4
Using an Audio-Only Device
Keep an unused RCA-style connector in the Y/VIDEO jack while
using an audio-only device such
as an MP3 or CD player.
Unused
RCA-style plug
(plug in first)
Y/VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
1.
2.
3
Y Pb Pr
(component
video, page 17)
4
VIDEO
(composite video,
page 19)
11
2
USB
(page 28)
HDMI
(page 17)
Audio-only
device
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2. TV Connections
Inputs and Outputs, continued
1. ANT (Antenna)
Connect your main antenna or direct cable service (no
cable box) to ANT. The ANT input can receive digital
and analog over-the-air channels from a VHF/UHF
antenna or non-scrambled digital/analog cable source.
2. HDMI™ Inputs (High-Definition
Multimedia Interface)
The HDMI inputs support uncompressed standard and
high-definition digital video formats and PCM digital
stereo audio.
Mitsubishi recommends you use category 2 HDMI
cables, also called high-speed HDMI cables, to connect
HDMI 1.3 source devices. High-speed category 2 cables
bring you the full benefits of Deep Color and x.v.Color.
These HDMI inputs can also accept digital DVI video
signals. To connect a device’s DVI output to the TV’s
HDMI input, use an HDMI-to-DVI adapter or cable plus
analog audio cables. Connect the analog audio cables to
the DVI/PC INPUT AUDIO jacks on the TV to receive left
and right stereo audio from your DVI device.
Use the HDMI inputs to connect to CEA-861 HDMI compliant devices such as a high-definition receiver or DVD
player. These inputs support 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i,
and 1080p video formats.
The TV’s HDMI inputs are compatible with many DVI-D
and HDMI computer video signals.
These inputs are HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Copy
Protection) compliant.
HDMI Cable Categories
HDMI cables are available as Category 1 and Category 2 types.
• Category 2 Cables (also called high-speed
HDMI cables). Newer, HDMI 1.3-compliant DVD
players, video games, and set-top boxes require
Category 2 cables, suitable for clock frequencies up to 340 MHz or data rates of up to 10.2
gigabits per second. Use category 2 cables for
high-speed 1080p HD signals carrying extended
color encodings (i.e., 30 or more bits, also called
Deep Color). Category 2 cables are also suitable
for standard HDTV signals.
• Category 1 Cables (also called standard HDMI
cables). Category 1 cables may be unmarked.
They are suitable for standard HDTV 720p,
1080i, and 1080p signals with 8-bit color depth.
Use category 1 cables for clock frequencies up
to 74.25 MHz or data rates of up to 2.23 gigabits
per second.
3. Y Pb Pr (Component Video)
Connect devices with component video outputs to this
jack. Use the adjacent AUDIO R and L jacks if you wish
to send audio to the TV.
4. Video (Composite Video)
Connect a VCR, DVD player, standard satellite receiver,
or other A/V device to the TV. Use the adjacent AUDIO
R and L inputs if you wish to send audio to the TV.
5. 3D GLASSES EMITTER
Use this jack for the special IR emitter supplied with 3D
glasses. The emitter will send a signal that synchronizes
your 3D glasses with the screen display. See page 25
6. DVI/PC INPUT AUDIO
When connecting a DVI device to one of the TV’s HDMI
inputs, use these jacks for left and right analog audio.
7. AVR AUDIO OUTPUT
Use AVR AUDIO OUTPUT to send analog audio of the
current program to an analog A/V surround sound
receiver or stereo system. Digital audio from digital
channels and HDMI devices is converted to analog
audio by the TV for output on this jack. This is the only
audio connection needed to the TV if using an analog
A/V receiver or stereo system.
Headphones. These jacks can also be used for headphones that accept standard line level audio signals.
An adapter may be required.
8. DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT
This output sends Dolby Digital or PCM digital audio
to your digital A/V surround sound receiver. Incoming
analog audio is converted by the TV to PCM digital audio.
If you have a digital A/V receiver, in most cases this is the
only audio connection needed between the TV and your
A/V receiver.
9. IR–NetCommand Output
837 Series. Connect IR emitters to this jack to send
control signals to external IR remote-controlled devices.
10. RS-232C
837 Series. Use the RS-232C interface to receive
control signals from compatible home-theater control
devices. See www.mitsubishi-tv.com for a list of
control signals for this interface.
11. USB (837 Series)
The TV can read JPEG photo files and mp3 music files
from a USB device connected to the USB port.
HDMI Device
Y Pb Pr Component Video Device
HDTV Cable Box, Satellite Receiver, DVD/
Blu-ray Player
HDTV Cable Box, Satellite Receiver, DVD/
Blu-ray Player
If your source device has an HDMI output, use the
connections for HDMI devices described on this page
instead of component video..
Required:
RCA-type component video cables
Left/right analog audio cables.
Note: To hear digital surround sound, connect the digital
audio output from the device directly to your digital
A/V receiver.
RS-232C
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
Pr
R– AUDIO –L
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
Connect an HDMI cable from the TV back panel to the
HDMI device output. HDMI devices provide video and
audio through the single cable.
Mitsubishi recommends you use category 2 (highspeed) HDMI cables to connect HDMI 1.3 source
devices. High-speed category 2 cables bring you the
full benefits of Deep Color and x.v.Color. See “HDMI
Cable Categories” on the opposite page for more on
HDMI cable types.
TV main
panel
RS-232C
L
Pb
Pr
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
L
R– AUDIO –L
Pb
Pr
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
IR-NetCommand
1
2
3
ANT
L
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
Pr
Pb
Pr
R
R
INPUT 2
Y/ VIDEO
R
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
Output
TV main panel
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
Component
video cables
R AUDIO L
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
INPUT 1
3
INPUT 2
2
Required: HDMI-to-HDMI cable.
ANT
INPUT 1
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
1
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2. TV Connections
IR-NetCommand
Output
R
Audio
cables
Incoming from
cable service or
satellite dish
L
R
AUDIO
Y
Component video
device
Pb
R
L
AUDIO
HDMI-to-HDMI
cable
Any HDMI
device
Pr
CABLE IN or
SATELLITE IN
IMPORTANT
HDMI and Audio Signals
Digital Surround Sound: The TV’s HDMI inputs
can receive digital stereo audio signals only. To
hear digital surround sound from an HDMI device,
connect the device’s HDMI or digital audio output
directly to your A/V receiver. See the Owner’s
Guides for those devices for instructions.
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2. TV Connections
DVI Video Device
Antenna or Cable TV Service
Cable Box, Satellite Receiver, DVD Player
Connect the incoming cable to the TV’s ANT input.
Connect DVI devices (digital only) to the TV’s HDMI
input jacks.
VHF
antenna
Required:
Analog stereo audio cables
DVI-to-HDMI cable or DVI/HDMI adapter and HDMI
cable
Cable TV
service
Direct cable (no cable box)
UHF
antenna
If you are using a DVI/HDMI adapter, it is important to
connect the adapter to the DVI device for best performance.
Some devices require connection to an analog input
first in order to view on-screen menus and to select DVI
as the ouput. Please review your equipment instructions for DVI connectivity and compatibility.
300-ohm-to75ohm combiner
(side view)
Note: The HDMI connection supports copy protection
(HDCP).
ANT
or
RS-232C
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
Pr
Pb
Pr
Pb
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
IR-NetCommand
Output
TV main panel
DVI-to-HDMI
cable
DVI OUT
Pb
Pr
Pb
Pr
R
Older
cable
box
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
IR-NetCommand
Output
R
TV main
panel
Audio cables
R
L
AUDIO
OUT
IN
Not recommeded. Other
connection types provide
better quality audio and video.
Digital DVI
device
TV main panel
Composite Video Device
RS-232C
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
VCR or other device with composite video
output
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
1
2
3
ANT
L
Y/ VIDEO
Y/ VIDEO
Required:
Composite video cable (usually yellow)
Analog stereo audio cables.
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
4.
R AUDIO L
Pr
Pb
Pr
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
IR-NetCommand
R
Output
Composite
video cable
Audio
cables
VCR or other
device with
composite
video output
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
R
INPUT 2
R AUDIO L
ANT
INPUT 1
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
INPUT 2
Y/ VIDEO
R
INPUT 1
3
INPUT 2
2
or
RS-232C
INPUT 1
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
1
ANT
L
L
R
AUDIO OUT
COMPOSITE
VIDEO OUT
Comp
video
VCR or DVD Recorder to a Cable Box
VCR or DVD Recorder to an
Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable
Required:
Two-way RF splitter
Three coaxial cables
Right and left audio cables
Composite or component video cables
Video and audio cables required to connect the TV
to the cable box.
Required:
Two-way RF splitter
Two coaxial cables
Right and left analog audio cables
Component or composite video cables
Note:
TV main panel
Y/ VIDEO
Pr
Pb
R
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
R AUDIO L
Pr
Pb
INPUT 2
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
3
TV main panel
ANT
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
1
IR-NetCommand
2
3
ANT
L
Y/ VIDEO
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
R AUDIO L
Pr
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
IR-NetCommand
R
Output
Pr
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
Pr
Composite
video cable
Audio
cables
or
RF Splitter
RF Splitter
Composite
video cable
Pb
R
Y/ VIDEO
Audio
cables
Pr
Output
Y/ VIDEO
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
R
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
L
R
AUDIO OUT
RS-232C
L
INPUT 1
2
When using this connection configuration, it is
possible to view live cable programs through the
recording device. For best picture quality always
view live cable programs directly from the TV input
connected to the cable box device.
RS-232C
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
HDMI
INPUT 2
•
Use composite video only if component
video or HDMI are unavailable. For an
HDMI connection between the TV and
recorder, see page 17.
If your recording device has an analog-only
tuner, you must use a digital converter box
to enable recording of digital broadcasts.
Notes: Use composite video if only if component video
or HDMI are unavailable. For an HDMI connection between the TV and recorder, see page 17.
INPUT 1
•
1
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2. TV Connections
or
Audio and
video from
cable box
directly to TV
Cable
Box
IN
OUT
COMPOSITE
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA
IN
DVD Recorder or VCR
L
R
AUDIO OUT
COMPOSITE
VIDEO OUT
DVD Recorder or VCR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA
IN
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2. TV Connections
A/V Receiver
A/V Receiver with HDMI Output
Most setups require either a digital audio cable or
analog stereo audio cables. To send audio from TV
channels received on the ANT input or devices connected directly to the TV, you must use one of the
connections shown below. Usually, only one of these
connections is required.
The TV makes all audio available in digital and analog
formats:
• Analog audio coming into the TV is available as
output in digital stereo format on the DIGITAL
AUDIO OUTPUT jack.
• Digital incoming audio is available as analog output
on the AVR AUDIO OUTPUT L and R jacks.
TV main panel
L
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
RS-232C
R
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
2
3
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
Pr
Pb
Pr
R
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
R AUDIO L
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
INPUT 2
HDMI
1
ANT
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
IR-NetCommand
This option allows you to view content from devices
connected to an A/V receiver. The A/V receiver can
send audio and video to the TV over a single HDMI
cable. You can use an HDMI connection as described
here in addition to an audio connection from the TV’s
audio output. The optional audio connection allows you
to hear, through the A/V receiver, devices connected to
the TV only, e.g., an antenna on the ANT input.
You may be able to use the TV’s remote control (in
TV mode) to operate connected CEC-enabled HDMI
devices. Experiment with your equipment to determine
which functions are available to the TV’s remote control.
See Appendix C, page 67.
837 Series: This setup allows you to use NetCommand-controlled audio and video switching over the
HDMI cable. See “Case 3: Automatic Audio and Video
Switching via HDMI” on page 55.
To use NetCommand to supplement HDMI control of a
CEC-enabled A/V receiver, note the recommendations
under “More About Using an HDMI Connection,” page 55.
L
INPUT 1
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
Required: One HDMI-to-HDMI cable
R
Output
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
Digital coaxial cable
(for a digital A/V
receiver)
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
1
2
3
ANT
TV main panel
L
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
Pr
INPUT 2
Stereo analog
cables
(for an analog
A/V receiver)
R
L
R AUDIO L
AVR
AUDIO
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
OUTPUT
R
Pb
INPUT 1
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
Pr
IR-NetCommand
R
Output
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
INPUT
Optional analog or
digital audio
connection
COAXIAL
INPUT
A/V receiver back panel
Note:
•
•
On rare occasions, an HDMI signal may be
copy-restricted and cannot be output from
the TV as a digital signal. To hear these copyprotected signals through the A/V receiver, use
the connection for an analog A/V receiver.
Check the A/V receiver’s Owner’s Guide for
information concerning use of the digital input
and switching between digital sound and
analog stereo sound from the TV.
A/V receiver
with HDMI
output
HDMI OUT DIGITAL
AUDIO
L
R
VCR
High-definition
DVD player
DVD player
Cable box
3
Using TV Features
21
Selecting an Input
The Activity menu lets you switch TV inputs. The inputs are
organized into groups based on possible ways to use them.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Activity key.
Use
to move through groups of TV inputs.
Use
to select an input.
Press ENTER to switch to the input.
•
To change the list of inputs shown in each activity group,
see Inputs > Activity, page 40.
To assign or change the names of input icons, use the
Inputs > Name menu, page 40.
•
Sleep Timer
The Sleep Timer turns the TV off after the length of time you set.
To set the TV to turn on at a certain time of day, see the Initial > Timer menu on page
38.
Setting the Sleep Timer
1. Press MORE on the remote control. The TV’s MORE menu will display.
2. Press CANCEL (SLEEP) repeatedly to increase the time in 30-minute increments.
The maximum is 120 minutes.
3. Press BACK or wait five seconds without pressing any keys for the message to disappear.
Viewing or Changing the Sleep Timer
1. Press MORE.
2. Press CANCEL (SLEEP).
3. Press CANCEL (SLEEP) additional times to change the number of minutes before the
TV powers off.
SLEEP
With the MORE menu
displayed, press the
CANCEL key on the
remote control to
activate/deactivate the
Sleep feature.
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3. Using TV Features
ChannelView Channel Listings
Redirecting Audio Output
Selecting an Audio Output Device
1. Press MORE and then 9 (AUDIO).
2. Press to show the Speakers option. The Speak3.
ers option will display only if there is a recognized
audio device on an audio or HDMI output.
Press to select either AV Receiver, Headphones, or TV.
Disconnecting an Analog A/V Receiver
ChannelView. Programs for the tuned channel are
listed on right side of screen.
ChannelView™ shows memorized channels on the ANT
input. It displays channel names and program information for digital channels as sent by broadcasters or your
local cable service provider (information may be incomplete). No program information is displayed for analog
channels.
Note: You must set the TV Clock (page 38) to receive
ChannelView listings for the current channel.
When you disconnect an analog A/V receiver, change
the Speakers setting to TV to hear sound from the TV
speakers. Change the setting using the remote control’s MORE > 9 (AUDIO )key or the Adjust > Audio >
Speakers menu.
Controlling A/V Receiver Sound
Volume
Use one of the methods below to control sound volume from
an A/V receiver.
With a Standard TV Setup
•
Using ChannelView
Feature
Instructions
Receive updates for a
digital channel.
1. Press
to
highlight a channel
number.
2. Press the INFO key
(the screen may
briefly go blank).
Display/hide ChannelView
listings from the ANT
input.
GUIDE
Scan channels one by one. Hold
•
•
Recommended Method: Program the TV’s
remote control for your A/V receiver and enable the
Audio Lock feature. See page 59.
Program the TV’s remote control for your A/V
receiver and set the TV remote control’s mode to
AUDIO. Return the control mode to TV to control the
TV.
Use the remote control that came with the A/V
receiver.
With HDMI Control (CEC-Enabled HDMI
A/V Receiver)
or
Scan channels quickly.
Hold PAGE UP/PAGE DN
Jump to listings for a specific channel.
1. Enter the channel
number.
2. Press ENTER.
See more of the program
description for the current
channel (if available).
INFO
Tune to the highlighted
channel.
ENTER
The TV’s remote control may control some functions of
the A/V receiver. See Appendix C, “HDMI Control of
CEC Devices,” page 67.
With NetCommand IR Control
837 Series. Set up NetCommand control of the A/V
receiver’s volume functions in the Inputs > AVR menu.
The TV’s remote will then control A/V receiver volume.
See page 52.
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3. Using TV Features
Status Display
3
Press the INFO key to see
the on-screen status
display. The most
common displays are
shown here.
4
6
1
402-101 KABC
Monday Night Football
2
TV-PG DLSV
St. Louis vs. Tampa Bay, played in Tampa for
5
8
Sample information
from the on-screen
status display
9
10
7
Sleep 30 min
12
Tuesday 9:10 PM
HD 1080i Standard
13
Surround
English
11
About Channel Numbers
14
ACTIVITY
GUIDE
MENU
INFO
BACK
Channel Numbers for Over-the-Air Reception or
Reception by Direct Cable
Note: All signals are automatically converted to
1080p for display.
Standard-Definition Analog Channels
Cable Reception
2. Audio Indicator. Key:
Channel 3
Cable
3
480i Stretch
Receiving Standard-Definition
Analog Signal (480i)
Standard-Definition Digital Channels
7-1 KABC-SD
SD 4:3 Stretch
Receiving Standard-Definition
Digital Signal (SD)
High-Definition Digital Channels
Main Channel 7
Sub-Channel 1
Over-the-Air
Antenna Reception
Ant
7-1 KABC-HD
HD 16:9 Stretch
Receiving High-Definition
Digital Signal (HD)
TV speakers
External sound system
Headphones
Mute
3. Channel number (antenna source only)
Digital channel includes major and sub-channel
numbers.
4. Digital channel name (if broadcast); antenna
source only.
5.
Main Channel 7
Sub-Channel 1
Over-the-Air
Antenna Reception
Ant
1. Current Input
V-Chip rating
• Antenna source only for digital signal
• Antenna or VIDEO composite jack for analog
signal
6. Program name (if broadcast); digital source only
7. Program description (if broadcast); digital
source, antenna only. Press the INFO key additional
times to see more of the description.
8. Sleep Timer remaining time
9. Day and time
10. Signal type being received
11. Screen format in use
12. Program Audio indicator (antenna source only)
• Digital source: Stereo, Surround
• Analog source: Stereo, Stereo SAP, SAP
13. Available language (digital source, antenna only)
14.
Signal-strength indicator (digital source,
antenna only)
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3. Using TV Features
TV Signals and Display Formats
This is a 16:9 widescreen TV suitable for images available
from HDTV and many DVDs. You can view older-style, squarish images (4:3 aspect ratio) using one of the display formats
described on this page. Press the MORE key and then the
0 key (FORMAT) to cycle through available display formats.
The TV remembers the format you last used for each input.
Original
Signal
TV
Display
Distorted.
Not recommended.
Expand
Recommended for
letterbox. See
Note 1.
Distorted; not
recommended.
See Note 1.
Zoom
Distorted.
Not recommended. See
Note 1.
Recommended
for anamorphic
2.35:1 images.
See Note 1.
Stretch
Recommended for
standard
broadcasts.
See Note 1.
Distorted; not
recommended.
See Note 1.
Stretch
Plus
Recommended for
standard
broadcasts.
See Note 1.
Distorted; not
recommended.
See Note 1.
Narrow
See Note 1
Distorted; not
recommended.
See Note 1.
DVD Image Definitions
Image information may be stated on the DVD case. Some
DVDs support both of the formats described below.
Anamorphic (or Enhanced for WideScreen TV)
Indicates DVDs recorded to show widescreen images properly on 16:9 TV sets using the TV’s Standard format mode
(recommended).
Non-Anamorphic (or 4:3, 1.33:1, Letter Box, or
Full Screen)
Indicates DVDs recorded for viewing on squarish TV
screens. They may be full screen (4:3 or 1.33:1) which
crops movies to fit the narrow TV, or letter box, which
adds black top and bottom bars.
Anamorphic DVD
Non-anamorphic or SD 4:3
Standard
Recommended
Signal Definitions
480i: Older type of interlaced signals from the ANT input,
composite VIDEO, component Y Pb Pr, or HDMI jacks.
480p: Progressive-scan DVD signals on component Y Pb
Pr or HDMI jacks.
720p and 1080i: High-definition signals received through
component Y Pb Pr or HDMI jacks. These signals are
always 16:9 (widescreen).
1080p: High-definition signals from a PC or Blu-ray player,
HDMI inputs only.
SD 4:3: Standard-definition squarish-screen-format
signals from digital channels on the ANT input.
SD 16:9: Standard-definition widescreen-format signals
from digital channels on the ANT input.
HD 16:9: High-definition 16:9 widescreen signals from
digital channels on the ANT input.
TV Display Format Definitions
Standard: The full-screen format used by HDTV signals.
Use this format to display anamorphic DVDs with a 1.78:1 or
1.85:1 aspect ratio. Anamorphic DVDs with a 2.35:1 aspect
ratio are displayed correctly but with top and bottom black
bars. Squarish (4:3) images are stretched evenly from side to
side. Available for all signals.
Expand: Enlarges the picture to fill the screen by cropping
the top and bottom; useful for reducing the letter box top and
bottom bars of non-anamorphic DVD images.
Zoom: Enlarges the picture to fill the screen by cropping the
sides, top, and bottom to eliminate black bars.
• 480i/480p and SD 4:3 signals: Eliminates top and bottom
bars on anamorphic DVDs with a 2.35:1 aspect ratio.
• 720p, 1080i, SD 16:9, and HD signals: Eliminates bars
added to squarish 4:3 images.
Note 1: Available for 480i, 480p, and digital SD 4:3 signals only.
Original Signal
SD 16:9 or
HD Digital
720p, 1080i,
1080p Signal
Display Formats
Wide Recommended to reExpand move side bars.
Zoom
Recommended to remove bars from the top,
bottom, and sides.
TV Display Formats. Press the MORE key and then
repeatedly press the 0 key (FORMAT) to see the displays
available for the current program. Press the INFO key to see
the name of the display format in use.
Stretch: Stretches a squarish 4:3 image across the
screen to display the entire image with less distortion
than the Standard format.
Stretch Plus: Similar to Stretch, but minimizes distortion on the sides by expanding the picture to crop off
portions of the top and bottom. Use
to adjust the
vertical position of the picture.
Narrow: Displays narrow 4:3 images in their original
shape. Adds black side bars to fill the screen.
Wide Expand: Enlarges the picture, cropping the image
on both sides. Removes or reduces black side bars added
to narrow images converted to 16:9 signals for digital
broadcast.
Note: All high-definition channels send widescreen
(16:9) signals, but not all programming was created for
the widescreen format. The broadcaster may stretch
the image or add side bars to fill the widescreen area.
3. Using TV Features
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3D Video
This section provides Instructions for viewing 3D
video using 3D glasses and the TV’s 3D feature. The
3D options are found in the Adjust > 3D Mode menu
described on page 34.
Initial Setup
1. Check if your HDMI 3D video source device outputs
a 1080p 60 Hz signal. This information will be
needed when you assign an input name in the New
Device Found screen.
2. If your 3D glasses came with an emitter box,
connect the emitter box to the 3D GLASSES
RS-232C EMITTER jack. Place the box in front of the TV
where there is clear path to the glasses.
Watching 3D Video
Note: 3D glasses are required.
1. Press ACTIVITY.
2. Highlight the icon for the 3D video device and press
3.
4.
ENTER.
Press MENU and select the Adjust > 3D Mode
menu.
Select On. The On setting will be memorized for
the current input when you exit this menu.
ANT
RS-232C
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
3
ANT
L
Y/ VIDEO
Y/ VIDEO
Pr
/ 1080i)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
INPUT 2
Pr
R AUDIO L
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
Pb
Pr
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
IR-NetCommand
Output
R
Use the Adjust > 3D Mode menu to enable 3D video.
INPUT 1
Pr
Pb
R
INPUT 2
2
INPUT 1
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
1
IR-NetCommand
Output
5. Press BACK to close the menu.
6. If the image does not appear correct (e.g., objects
R
3. Power on the TV and the source device.
4. Connect the source device to the TV’s HDMI input.
5. When the New Device Found screen displays,
name the input according to the table below.
The signal type and choice of name are important
because the TV will process the video signal
differently depending on the name you assign.
If your source device is a Blu-ray disc or game
console, the signal must be 1080p at 60 Hz.
Source
of 3D
Video
Computer
Any other
3D video
source
3D Video Signal
appear to be moving in instead of out), open the
Adjust > 3D Mode menu and set Glasses L-R to
Reverse.
To Watch Regular (non-3D) Video
The 3D Mode setting is memorized for each input.
When you want to watch non-3D video on the input
selected above, open the Adjust > 3D Mode menu and
set 3D Mode to Off.
Assign
Name
Recommended: 1080p 60 Hz
(1920 X 1080). The image will fill
the TV screen.
Other 60-Hz computer video
signals compatible with the TV
will display with black bars. See
“Computer Display Formats” on
page 27.
PC
To see 3D video, the signal must
be 1080p 60 Hz
Any
other
name
Important Note About 3D Images
6. Press BACK to close the New Device Found screen.
To display 3D images, Mitsubishi Home Theater DLP
TVs require that source devices support checkerboard display formats for 3D gaming or 3D cinema
content. A 3D standard format does not currently
exist for Blu-ray or DVD prepackaged media. Future
3D standards may be incompatible with Mitsubishi
Home Theater DLP TVs. Please visit mitsubishi-tv.
com for updates and information.
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3. Using TV Features
Using the TV with a Personal Computer
Connecting a Computer to the TV
2
HDMI-to-HDMI
cable
Pb
Pr
R
L
AUDIO
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
R AUDIO L
Pb
Pr
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
IR-NetCommand
R
Output
Computer
with HDMI
audio and
video output
Stereo audio
cables
Note: If the computer’s audio output
is a single mini jack, a mini audio-toRCA-male “Y” adapter cable is also
required.
HDMI
Y/ VIDEO
An HDMI-to-HDMI connection carries all video and
audio on a single cable.
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
No additional
audio connection is required.
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
2
1
ANT
L
Y/ VIDEO
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
IMPORTANT
This TV accepts digital computer signals only.
R AUDIO L
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pr
Pb
Pr
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
IR-NetCommand
R
Output
TV main panel
1.
2.
1. Connect the computer’s digital signal output to one
of the TV’s HDMI jacks. See the connection diagrams for the method suited to your equipment.
Connect the computer’s audio output using one of
these options:
• For digital DVI signals, connect analog left/right
audio to the TV’s DVI/PC INPUT AUDIO jacks.
• For HDMI signals, no additional audio connection is required.
Power on the TV and computer. The TV will detect
the connection and display the New Device Found
screen.
In the New Device Found screen, press
to
highlight PC in the list of device types. It is important to use the name PC so that the TV processes
the video signal correctly.
Press BACK to close the New Device Found screen.
Pb
R
3
INPUT 2
DVI-to-HDMI cable
or an HDMI cable
with an HDMI-toDVI adapter
Audio
Connection
ANT
L
R
INPUT 1
Digital DVI
Video Connection
3
INPUT 2
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
1
Computer
Video Output
TV main
panel
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
INPUT 1
Use one of the connection methods listed below based
on your computer’s video output.
2.
1.
DVI OUT
R
L
AUDIO
Computer with
DVI and stereo
audio outputs
A DVI connection from a personal computer requires a
separate audio connection. A computer connected to
the TV main connector panel is shown above.
Computer with DVI and
stereo audio outputs
TV convenience inputs
INPUT 3
Pr
Pb
Y/ VIDEO
L AUDIO R
USB
HDMI 4
DVI OUT
AUDIO
L
R
HDMI 4
Note: If your computer provides digital audio output (coaxial or optical), you can connect it
directly to a digital A/V receiver and bypass
the TV.
HDMI-to-DVI cable
Stereo audio cable
837 Series: Computer with DVI output connected to
the convenience panel.
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3. Using TV Features
Using the TV with a Personal Computer
Computer Video Adjustments
Tip
Set the computer’s screen saver to display a pattern
after several minutes of inactivity. This acts as a
reminder that the TV is powered on and the lamp
is in use. The lamp is in use whenever the TV is
powered on, even if the screen appears dark.
1. Power on the computer.
2. Select PC from the Activity menu. To do this,
3.
4.
press ACTIVITY to open the Activity menu, move the
highlight to the PC icon, and press ENTER.
Working from the computer, change the resolution
of the computer image. View the computer image
on the TV and maximize the computer resolution
while maintaining a suitable aspect ratio for the
image.
Computer Display Formats
Perform TV video adjustments. Press
MORE then press 8 (VIDEO) repeatedly
Press MORE then press 0 (FORMAT) repeatedly to cycle through the
to access video-adjustment options.
TV displays available for your computer’s video signal.
The following additional adjustments
are available for computer video:
Computer Signal
As Displayed on TV Screen
Horiz Position (Horizontal Position).
4X3
16 X 9
Original Format
Zoom
Manually adjust the horizontal
Standard
Standard
position.
VGA
Vert Position (Vertical Position).
640 X 480
Manually adjust the vertical position.
5. Press MORE then press 0 (FORMAT)
repeatedly to find the picture format
(aspect ratio) best suited to the image.
See the chart on this page showing
how different computer resolutions
can be displayed on the TV.
Distortion in Computer Images
Computer images may show distortion
when viewed on the TV, e.g., lines that
should be straight may appear slightly
curved.
Image Resolution
Your Mitsubishi TV can display the resolutions shown in the chart from standard
VGA (640 x 480) through 1920 x 1080
signals at a refresh rate of 60 Hz.
In most cases, the computer will select
the best resolution match to display on
the TV. You can override this setting if you
wish. Refer to your computer operating
system’s instructions for information on
changing the screen resolution.
You may need to restart the computer for
changes to take effect.
WVGA
848 X 480
SVGA
800 X 600
WSVGA
1064 X 600
Original Format
Standard
Zoom
Standard
Reduce
XGA
1024 X 768
PC 720p
1280 X 720
WXGA
1360 X 768
SXGA
1280 X 1024
Original Format
PC 1080p
1920 X 1080
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3. Using TV Features
Camera Images and Music Files
837 Series TVs Only
• The TV can read photo or music files from a USB
device. Photos must be in JPEG format and music
files must be in mp3 format. To play music files
while displaying a photo slide show, see “USB
Media Setup Menu” on the opposite page.
• The TV can display files of still or moving images
from a camera through the Y/VIDEO port.
The USB Media Player Menu
3. From the USB Menu you can:
Activate any of the
menu options
Highlight an icon and press
ENTER.
Display the Activity
menu.
Press ACTIVITY. Press again to
clear.
Display the main
menu.
Press MENU. Press again to
clear.
Display status for the
file source.
Press INFO. Press BACK to
clear.
4. To resume use of the USB port after switching the
TV to a different input, press ACTIVITY, choose View
Photos, and select the USB port.
Playing a Slide Show or Playlist
Use these keys while playing a slide show or playlist.
Displaying the Menu
1. Back up the data on your USB drive before con2.
necting it to the TV. Mitsubishi is not responsible
for any file damage or data loss.
Connect your USB drive to the TV’s USB port.
The USB Media Player menu displays while files
are being read. Wait until icons appear in the menu
before continuing.
INPUT 3
Pr
Pb
Y/ VIDEO
L AUDIO R
USB
HDMI 4
837 series TVs can read photo and
music files from the USB port.
or
ENTER
Replays the slide show or playlist.
Pauses a slide show or playlist.
Stops a slide show or playlist.
Displays the previous or next slide.
Plays the previous or next track.
GUIDE
Rotates an image clockwise in 90˚ increments.
BACK
Displays the USB Media Player menu.
MENU
Displays the main menu and stops play.
Activity
Displays the Activity menu and stops play.
INFO
Displays slide name or track name. Press
BACK to clear.
IMPORTANT
Always stop playback with
(STOP) or change
to a different TV input before disconnecting your
USB device.
The TV can read JPEG files as created by the
camera. If you edit a picture file on a computer
and resave the image, the TV may be unable to
read the resaved file.
3. Using TV Features
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Camera Images and Music Files, continued
Thumbnail and Playlist
Menus
JPEG Thumbnail Menu
Use these keys while viewing JPEG thumbnail images
or the music tracks in a playlist.
Moves the highlight from item to item.
GUIDE
Rotates a thumbnail clockwise in 90˚
increments
or
ENTER
Plays the slide show or playlist starting
with the highlighted item.
Selects the last item on the current page.
Selects the first item on the current page.
Displays the next or previous page of
PAGE UP/DN items.
BACK
Displays the USB Media Player menu.
MENU
Displays the main menu.
Activity
Displays the Activity menu.
Picture Files Compatible with the USB Port
• Still images recorded on digital cameras using the
Exchangeable Image File Format, version 2.1 (EXIF
2.1) standard for digital still cameras and Design
Rules for Camera File Systems version 1.0 (DCF 1.0)
• Some images opened and resaved on a computer
may not play back or may not display in the thumbnail list. This happens if the files were resaved in an
incompatible format.
•
Full path file names can be no longer than 50 characters and must end in a .jpg extension. Only the
first 20 of the 50 characters will display.
USB Media Setup Menu
Use the USB Media Setup menu set up play of a slide
show or playlist.
• If JPEG image files and mp3 files are on the USB
device, choose:
-- Slideshow + Music
-- Slideshow
-- Music only
• Slideshow. Select either Auto or Manual advance
for the slide show. During manual operation, press
ENTER to advance to the next slide.
• Interval. For automatic advance, select the time
interval for display of each slide. The interval you
select here is the minimum time between slides;
actual time may be longer for larger files.
• Frequency. For automatic advance, select the
number of times (frequency) to play the complete slide
show and/or playlist: Once, Twice, or Continuous.
• Press BACK to close the Media Setup menu and
return to the Media Player menu.
Notes on Using the USB Port
• The TV ignores all commands while reading files. Wait
until the Play icon appears highlighted and in full
color before continuing.
• Large files or high-capacity storage devices may take a
long time to display.
• The TV can read files up to 10 MB in size with a
maximum of 2,500 files stored on the device. The
FAT16 or FAT32 file system is recommended.
• Use a USB drive instead of a card reader.
• Back up the data on your USB drive before connecting it to the TV. Mitsubishi is not responsible for any
file damage or data loss.
Note: Some manufacturers’ devices may be incompatible with the TV. If the TV is unable to display your
photos, you can:
• Transfer files to a different USB device.
• Use your digital camera’s composite video
output. See page 30.
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3. Using TV Features
Camera Images and Music Files, continued
4. When the New Device Found screen displays,
Photos and Moving Video
as Composite Video
Connect the camera to the TV using a composite video
cable if:
• You are unable to see images using the USB port.
• You wish to view moving video from the camera.
5.
6.
assign the name Camcorder.
Press BACK to close the New Device Found screen.
Press ACTIVITY, select Watch Movie > Cam, and
press ENTER.
Control the slide show or movie through the camera as
the TV’s USB Media Player menu will be unavailable.
The display resolution will be standard-definition (480i).
1. Refer to the owner’s manual supplied with the
2.
3.
camera for instructions needed for this setup.
Set the camera’s output signal type to NTSC and
put the camera into playback mode.
With the camera still turned on, connect your digital
camera’s composite video cable (usually yellow) to
the TV’s Y/VIDEO jack. To hear audio, connect the
camera’s audio output cable to the AUDIO L jack.
INPUT 3
Pr
Pb
Y/ VIDEO
L AUDIO R
USB
HDMI 4
Optional
Audio Cable
Camera connection using a composite video cable
7. If viewing photos, advance through the images
manually or set the camera to advance automatically.
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3. Using TV Features
Introduction to Home-Theater Control
This TV offers a choice on home-theater-control systems. This summary offers some examples of the control
methods available using the TV’s remote control. You may wish to use one or more of these methods in your
home theater after completing Auto Input Sensing.
Source device connected directly to the TV
Remote Control Programming (Any Connection Type)
Program the remote control to operate the A/V device. To control the device, set
the remote control to the correct mode for the device type. See Appendix A, “Programming the Remote Control.” In the case of an A/V receiver, use the Audio Lock
feature, page 59.
CEC-Enabled HDMI Device (HDMI Connection Only)
See Appendix C, “HDMI Control of CEC Devices,” page 67.
837 Series: NetCommand IR Control (Any Connection Type)
Set up NetCommand IR control of the device’s keys as desired. See “IR Emitter
Placement,” page 46, and “Initial NetCommand Setup,” page 47.
Any Connection Type
A/V
Device
TV
HDMI
Cable
CEC-Enabled
A/V Device
TV
Any Connection Type
A/V
Device
TV
Source device connected to an A/V receiver connected to the TV
CEC-Enabled
Source Device
CEC-Enabled HDMI A/V Receiver
The TV’s remote control may operate some functions of a connected A/V device.
You can switch to the device by selecting its icon in the TV’s Activity menu. See
Appendix C, “HDMI Control of CEC Devices,” page 67.
HDMI
Cable
A/V Receiver
TV
837 Series: A/V Receiver with HDMI Output (no CEC)
1. Set up NetCommand IR control of the A/V receiver’s keys as desired. See “IR
Emitter Placement,” page 46, and “Setting Up A/V Receiver Control,” page 52.
2. Set up NetCommand IR control of the source device’s keys as desired. See
“NetCommand Control of a Device Connected to an HDMI A/V Receiver,” page
56.
Source
Device
HDMI
Cable
Any Connection Type
A/V Receiver
HDMI
Cable
TV
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4
TV Menus
Main Menu
Press MENU on the remote control to open the main menu and then select from one of these categories.
Adjust
Customize picture and sound settings.
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Captions
Turn closed captions on and off; customize caption displays.
37
Initial
Perform basic TV setup. Set language, scan (memorize) channels and edit
channel options, set the TV clock, set Lamp Energy, set auto-on TV Timer.
38
Input
Assign names to TV inputs, enable HDMI Control, assign activities to inputs.
837 Series. Perform NetCommand IR “learning.”
40
Lock
Restrict TV use. Disable the control-panel buttons. Set a pass code.
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Menu Navigation
Displays or clears the main menu.
•
•
Moves up one menu level.
Clears the current menu.
•
Moves navigation into options
area.
Selects an item.
•
Moves the highlight within menus.
Makes adjustments in some
menus.
Look for the key guide at
the bottom of each menu.
4. TV Menus
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Adjust
Picture
See page 35 for picture adjustments.
Audio
See page 36 for audio adjustments.
Reset
•
•
Global
Resets audio and picture adjustments for the current input. Highlight the Reset icon and press
ENTER twice.
Reset has no effect on global settings (Balance, Listen To, Language, Film Mode, and
Advanced Picture).
Video Mute
(non-antenna
inputs only)
On
Displays a solid colored background when there is no video signal
from the current input. The colored screen reminds you that the
TV is powered on when there is no picture. The TV will power off
after five minutes without receiving a video signal.
Off
The screen appears black when there is no video signal from the
current input.
Audio
Screensaver
On, Off
Select On to display a random pattern while playing an audio-only
input. To use this feature, the input must be either
• Named as an audio source (e.g., CD or MP3 Player) and
selected under the Listen Music activity.
or
• Be the ANT input.
Film Mode
(480i and 1080i
signals only)
Auto, Off
In Auto, the TV automatically detects and applies film-decoding correction to movies filmed at 24 frames per second. Try the Off setting
if images show many jagged edges.
Smooth 120Hz
Off, On
When On, Smooth 120Hz™ reduces motion blur in action scenes but
may show pixel structure during slower motion or in still images.
Blue Glow
(837 series)
On, Off
Select On to see blue accent lighting when the TV is powered on.
Displays a test picture for use by TV servicers.
Test Picture
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Picture+
PerfectColor
PerfectColor Sliders
Adjusts the saturation (intensity) of six colors for
the current image source.
PerfectTint Sliders
(837 series)
Adjusts six hues for the current image source
Using PerfectColor:
Highlight the PerfectColor™ icon and press ENTER to display the PerfectColor menu. Settings are
retained independently for each TV input.
Using PerfecTint (837 Series):
• To switch between PerfectColor™ and PerfecTint™ adjustments, highlight Adjust Mode and
press
.
• Press
to move from one color bar to the next.
• Press
to change settings.
• Press CANCEL to restore default settings.
• Press MENU to return to the main menu.
Advanced Picture allows you to save highly customized picture
adjustments for each input. Mitsubishi recommends a professional installer make these adjustments.
Advanced
Picture
1. Press MENU. Under Picture+, highlight the Advanced Picture icon and press ENTER.
2. With Picture Mode highlighted, press ENTER to change from blank (undefined) to ADV.
837 Series: Choose ADV1 (daytime settings) or ADV2 (nighttime settings)
3. Use
to highlight an option you wish to change and press ENTER to see the adjustment display.
4. Press
to change settings.
5. Use
to navigate to additional options and press
to change settings.
6. Press MENU to return to the Advanced Picture menu. Press MENU to close the menu. The
Advanced Picture adjustments will be in effect for the current input.
To use the custom Picture Mode at a later time
Press MENU and go to Adjust > Picture > Picture Mode and:
737 and C9 Series
•
•
837 Series
Select SPECIAL if settings were saved by
your professional installer.
Otherwise select ADV.
•
•
Select ISF Day or ISF Night if settings were
saved by your professional installer.
Otherwise select ADV1 or ADV2.
To return to the default values for Advanced Picture
Display the Picture+ > Advanced Picture menu and:
3D Mode
737 and C9 Series
837 Series
Highlight RESET Pic Mode and press ENTER.
1. Highlight the Advanced Picture mode to change.
2. Highlight RESET Pic Mode and press ENTER.
Repeat this separately for both ADV1 and ADV2.
3D Mode
On, Off
Use the On setting for video games and movies that require 3-D
glasses. This setting applies only to the current input.
Note: 3D options are available only for 1080p 60-Hz video
sources connected to an HDMI input.
Glasses L-R
Standard,
Reverse
Synchronizes the 3D glasses with the image on screen to provide
the best 3D effect. Try Reverse if Standard seems incorrect.
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Picture
Picture
Mode
Assign names to TV inputs before making
video adjustments (New Device Found or
Inputs > Name menu). Adjustments will be
reset to the defaults if you name or rename
inputs afterwards. To make picture adjustments:
• From the Adjust > Picture menu:
Brilliant
For use under bright light; unavailable when the current
input is named Game or PC.
Game
Optimizes picture and video processing for gaming
consoles. Available only when the name of the input is
Game or PC.
Bright
For most daytime viewing and x.v.Color sources
Natural
For most nighttime viewing and x.v.Color sources
Special
Advanced Picture Modes. Contact your professional installer for setup or see “Advanced Picture”
on the opposite page.
737, C9 series: Special/ADV
837 series: ISF Day/ADV1, ISF Night/ADV2
ISF Day,
ISF Night
Contrast
•
1. Press
to highlight an option.
2. Press
to adjust.
While watching TV: Press the MORE key and then
8 (VIDEO) in the on-screen menu. Press
to
select the video option you want to change. Press
to change settings.
•
•
•
Low contrast shows a variety of shades in darker images
In most home lighting situations, medium contrast looks best.
High contrast shows darker images more uniformly black and
makes colors appear more vibrant. High contrast is good for
brightly lit environments.
Set the Picture Mode first
before changing other video
settings, as some settings are
stored independently for each
Picture Mode. Use Picture
Modes to get the best image
under different viewing conditions.
Adjusts the white-to-black level
Settings are stored independently for each Picture Mode.
Brightness
Adjusts overall picture brightness. Settings are stored independently for each Picture Mode.
Color
Adjusts overall color intensity from no color to fully saturated.
Tint
Adjusts the red-to-green ratio.
Sharpness
Adjusts picture detail and clarity.
Color
Temp
Video
Noise
SharpEdge
DeepField
Imager
High
Gives white images a cool cast. May provide the most
realistic picture under bright lighting.
Low
Gives white images a warm cast. Natural/Color Temp
at the low setting displays video at approximately the
6500K industry standard for NTSC pictures.
High
Use High with poor-quality signals.
Medium
Use Medium for moderate noise reduction.
Low
Use Low with good-quality signals.
Off
Use Off to leave the picture unaltered.
On, Off
737, 837 Series. SharpEdge™ adds special edge enhancements to make the image
appear sharper. Saved by input.
On, Off
737, 837 Series. DeepField™ Imager dynamically enhances black levels in portions of
the screen to provide strong contrast with detail over mixed screen content.
Demo
For comparison, displays a split picture to show On (right side) and Off (left side).
Adjusts the white balance.
Settings are stored independently for each Picture Mode.
Reduces minor noise (graininess) in the picture. Saved by
input. This adjustment is not
available if the current input is
named PC or Game or when 3D
is active.
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Audio
To make audio adjustments:
• From the Adjust > Audio menu:
1. Press
to highlight an option
2. Press
to adjust.
• While watching TV: Press the MORE key and then 9
(AUDIO) in the on-screen menu. Press
to select
the audio option you want to change. Press
to
change settings.
Speakers
The Speakers option displays only if an A/V receiver or headphone connection has been
detected. Detection occurs on the right AVR AUDIO OUTPUT jack and the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
jack. An A/V receiver can also be detected on an HDMI jack.
TV
Turns on the internal TV speakers.
AV Receiver
Turns off the TV speakers so you hear sound only from a connected A/V receiver.
Note: When you disconnect an analog A/V receiver, be sure to change the
Speakers setting to TV to hear sound from the TV speakers.
Headphones
Turns off the TV speakers so you hear sound only from connected headphones.
See “7. AVR AUDIO OUTPUT,” page 16. This option is not available if DIGITAL
AUDIO OUTPUT is connected.
Bass
Controls volume of low-pitched sound from the TV speakers.
Treble
Controls volume of high-pitched sound from the TV speakers.
Balance
Controls audio balance between the right and left TV speakers
Sound Mode
Stereo
No special audio effects from the TV speakers
Surround
Modifies audio from the TV speakers.
• For monaural (non-stereo) programs, creates a simulated stereo effect.
• For stereo programs, creates a simulated surround sound effect.
Stereo
The TV plays stereo broadcasts in stereo and mono broadcasts in mono. The
word Stereo is displayed when you tune to a channel broadcasting in stereo.
Listen To
Applicable only
to analog chan- Mono
nels from the
ANT input
SAP
(Second
Audio
Program)
Language
Reduces background noise. Use when receiving a weak stereo audio signal. All
audio is played as mono with this setting.
Selects an additional monaural sound track not audible during normal TV viewing.
The SAP signal might be related to the program (such as a sound track in a foreign
language), or it might be unrelated (such as a weather report). If an SAP signal is
broadcast, the letters SAP are displayed when you tune to the channel.
Selects the current language for a digital program from the ANT input. Each digital program may
include from zero to seven language choices.
Available only for digital channels from the ANT input.
Level Sound
On, Off
Reduces differences in sound volume between programming segments, such as
the difference between regular broadcast programs and commercial segments.
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Captions
Captions on Analog Channels
The TV can decode captions from the ANT input and
the composite VIDEO jacks. Broadcasters can send
either standard closed captions or text service. Standard
closed captions follow the dialogue of the program and
display in a small section of the screen. Text-service closed
captions often contain information such as weather or
news and cover a large portion of the screen.
•
•
•
Captions on Digital Channels
The TV can decode captions from the ANT input only.
Broadcasters can send up to six different captioning
selections or can send analog captions for a program
that originated in analog format. A TV station may broadcast only one or two types of captions or none at all.
Services
Digital
IMPORTANT
Analog text-service options display a large
black or gray box on the screen when no
signal is being broadcast.
The content of captions is determined by the
broadcaster. If captions show strange characters, misspellings, or odd grammar, it is not
a malfunction of the TV.
Closed-caption signals are not available through
HDMI or component jacks. See the menus for
devices connected to these inputs for closedcaption decoding.
On if Mute
Caption 1–
Caption 6
Off
•
On if Mute
CC 1–CC 4
Text 1–Text 4
Off
•
Analog Background
Gray, Black
Selects either a gray or black text background to make analog
closed captions easier to read.
Effects
Font
Default
Font 1–Font 7
(for captions
from digital
channels)
Default changes settings to those selected by the captions provider, or, if none, to the TV’s own caption defaults. Use Fonts 1
through 7 to give captions on digital channels a custom appearance.
Font Size
Large
Medium
Small
Large is the recommended size.
Font Color
White, Black, Magenta, etc.
Font Opacity
Translucent, Opaque, Flashing,
Transparent
Background
Color
White, Black, Magenta, etc.
Background
Opacity
Translucent, Opaque, Flashing,
Transparent
Analog
•
•
•
On if Mute: Displays digital closed-caption signal Caption 1
when audio from the TV speakers is muted. When watching
TV, press MUTE to turn closed captions on/off.
Caption 1–Caption 6: Caption signals sent by the broadcaster
On if Mute: Displays analog closed captions signal CC 1
when audio from the TV speakers is muted. When watching
TV, press MUTE to turn captions on/off.
CC 1–CC 4: Standard closed-caption signals
Text 1–Text 4: Text-service signals
Guidelines for setting digital captions:
• A white font on a black translucent
background makes an easy-to-read
combination.
• Use contrasting colors for captions and
background.
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Initial
Language
Clock
English
Spanish
Displays on-screen menus in either English or Spanish.
Note: To listen to audio in other languages (when available), see Adjust > Audio >
Listen To > SAP (analog signal) or Language (digital signal) on page 36.
Set the TV clock to:
• Use the TV Timer to power on the TV automatically at a preset time
• Receive correct updates to ChannelView listings
Note: When the Daylight Savings Time change occurs, you must open this menu and set the TV’s
clock ahead or back.
Time
1. With the hour highlighted, press
to change the hour and the AM/PM indicator.
Press and hold to change the hour display quickly.
2. Press ENTER to set the hour.
3. With the minutes highlighted, press
to change the minutes. Press and hold to
change the minutes display quickly.
Date
1. With the month highlighted, press
2. With the day highlighted, press
3. With the year highlighted, press
Time Zone
Timer
to select. Press ENTER to set.
to select. Press ENTER to set.
to select the current year.
Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific, etc. The correct time zone is required for accurate
ChannelView updates.
DST
On, Off
Timer
On, Off
Daylight Savings Time. Select the setting for your area. The
correct DST setting is required for accurate ChannelView updates.
Select On to enable the Timer.
The Timer tells the TV to power on automatically at a time you set. Use this menu to set a day, time,
input, and channel for the Timer. If the TV is already on at the requested time, the TV will automatically change to the designated channel or input.
• The TV clock must be set before you can use the Timer feature.
• To remind you that the TV Timer has been set, the POWER indicator on the front of the TV flashes
slowly while the TV is powered off.
• When the Timer turns on the TV, press any key on the remote control to keep it on. Otherwise,
the TV will turn off after five minutes.
Day
Daily, Mon-Fri, (every) Sunday, (every) Monday, (every) Tuesday, etc.
Select the day or days of the week for the Timer to turn on the TV.
Time
To set the time for the TV to come on:
4. With the hour highlighted, press
repeatedly to change the hour and the AM/
PM indicator. Press and hold to change the hour display quickly.
5. Press ENTER to highlight the minutes.
6. Press
to change the minutes. Press and hold to change the minutes display quickly.
Input
Ant, DVD, VCR, etc.
Select the input you want displayed when the TV comes on. Choose from the defined
and enabled inputs that appear in the Activity menu.
Channel
If the source is the ANT input, select a channel number by pressing
hold to scroll through channels.
or press and
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Channel
Ant Air,
Ant Cable
Scan
(Channel
Management)
Edit
You must perform a channel scan to receive digital channels. Scan searches for broadcast channels and adds them to TV memory. To start channel scan:
1. Highlight one of the input selections based on your connection to the ANT input:
• Air when connected to an indoor or outdoor antenna.
• Cable when connected to direct cable (no cable box)
2. Press to highlight SCAN.
3. Press ENTER to start channel memorization.
After channel scan, Edit lets you add and delete memorized channels.
• Press PAGE DN/UP to jump to the next or previous page of channel numbers.
• Press
to move through all channel numbers, one at a time.
Notes on Scan and channel memorization
• Channel memorization may take up to 15 minutes
to complete.
• To stop channel memorization before completion,
press CANCEL. Channels already added are retained.
• When watching TV, press CH
to move through
memorized channels.
• To add a digital channel that does not appear in the
Edit menu without repeating channel memorization:
1. Look up the physical channel number for
the new digital channel. See the website
www.antennaweb.org for help.
2. Press ACTIVITY and select the Ant input.
3. Use the number keys and CANCEL key to enter
the physical channel number followed by “-1”
and ENTER. For example, for physical channel
36, press
3 6
1 ENTER.
The TV will search for a digital channel on the channel
36 frequency. When it finds the channel, it will:
a. Add the channel to memory.
b. Change the channel number to the virtual
channel number sent by the broadcaster.
c. Add to memory any associated subchannels.
• Rememorize channels if you move the TV to a different geographic area with a different channel line-up.
Adding/Deleting Channels Using the Channel Edit Menu
• Channels marked with a check are in memory.
• To add or delete a channel from memory, highlight the channel number and press ENTER.
• To add a single digital channel not in the list, see the notes under Scan on this page.
• Digital channels are listed by virtual channel number with the physical channel number shown in small gray text.
See below for an explanation of these terms.
-- Virtual Channel Number (digital channels only). A channel number sent by a local broadcaster. Usually the
virtual number is associated with the corresponding analog channel number. For example, a broadcaster may
associate digital channel 2-1 with their analog channel 2.
-- Physical Digital Channel Number. The channel number officially assigned to the actual broadcast frequency;
shown on screen in gray text.
Energy
Lamp
Energy
Standard,
Bright
Standard is for most viewing conditions. Use Bright in brightly lit rooms.
You may notice increased fan noise when using the Bright setting.
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Inputs
Name
Cablebox, Cam(corder), CD, DVD
(DVD, DVD2, Blu-ray), DVR, Game
(Game, PS, Xbox, Wii), MP3 Player,
PC, Satellite, VCR, AVR
Delete (deactivated HDMI only)
On/Off (Ant only)
•
•
•
•
•
Lets you assign or change names of inputs appearing in
the Activity menu.
-- Press
to move between inputs.
-- Press
to select a name.
-- You cannot change the name of the current input; you
must first switch to another input. If you have only one
input, such as a cable box, make sure the Ant input is
On and switch to Antenna in the Activity menu before
renaming the single input.
Lets you turn the Ant input On/Off (to display/hide it in the Activity menu).
Lets you delete unused HDMI inputs from the Activity menu.
A CEC-enabled tuner can be named either Cable Box or
Satellite.
A CEC-enabled DVD player can be named DVD, DVD2, or
Blu-ray.
General Notes
When you change an input name in the Name menu and then exit the Name menu:
• The name is changed
• The icon in the Activity menu is changed
• Audio and video settings are changed to the defaults for the new device type.
• 837 Series: All previous NetCommand IR “learning” for the input is erased.
Notes for HDMI devices
• Disconnecting an HDMI device: When you disconnect an HDMI device, the icon remains in the Activity menu until
you remove it. Select Delete in the Inputs > Name menu to remove an unwanted icon for an HDMI input.
• If the New Device Found screen does not display as expected when you connect an HDMI device, see “Reactivating Auto Input Sensing for an HDMI Input,” page 11.
• HDMI Control and CEC-Enabled Devices: See Appendix C, “HDMI Control of CEC Devices,” page 67.
• If case of CEC conflicts: Turn off CEC signals in one of these ways:
-- Turn off the TV’s HDMI Control signals to the device.
-- Turn off each device’s internal CEC capability.
See Appendix C for the TV’s HDMI Control or, to turn on/off a specific device’s response to CEC signals, see
the device owner’s manual.
Learn
837 Series
Sets up or changes NetCommand IR control of the current viewing device.
See “About NetCommand IR Control,” page 45.
AVR
837 Series
Sets up or changes NetCommand IR control of an A/V receiver.
See “NetCommand IR Control of an A/V Receiver” on page 51.
HDMI Control
On, Off
Activity
•
•
•
Select On or Off to enable or disable the TV’s control of a CEC-enabled device.
See Appendix C for use of this feature.
Lets you customize the Activity menu choices for the current input.
Highlight the activity name and press ENTER to make changes.
See “How is the Activity Menu Generated?” on the opposite page.
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How is the Activity Menu Generated?
The TV automatically generates the Activity menu
based on recognized inputs. If the inputs have been
named as device types, the TV groups the device types
based on how they can be used. The device names
used for groupings are those assigned in the New
Device Found menu or the Inputs > Name menu. The
table below summarizes the device groupings that can
appear in the Activity menu.
Key
Activity assignments made automatically by the TV.
X Activity assignments you can make using the
Inputs > Activity menu.
Watch
TV
Antenna
AV Receiver


Blu-ray
Cable Box

Camcorder
Watch
Movie
Play
Game
View
Photos


X

DVD2
DVR



Game
MP3 Player
PC

PS
Satellite


X

X
X




Wii
X
Xbox
X

X


X
X

USB
VCR
X

CD/Audio
DVD
Listen
Music
X
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Lock
TV Locks
Parental Menu
Parental
Lock by Program Ratings
Restricts access using U.S.-based ratings
sent by broadcasters.
Time
Lock by Time
Restricts TV use by time of day.
Panel
Lock Control Panel
Disables the buttons on the TV’s control
panel. Use this option if small children
in the home try to press control-panel
buttons.
Other
Lock by Other Program Ratings
Restricts access using non-U.S.-based
ratings sent by broadcasters.
Pass Codes
Setting a Pass Code
You are prompted to enter a pass code whenever you
select Lock on the main menu. To set a pass code for
the first time:
1. Press MENU and highlight Lock. A screen prompting you for a pass code will display.
2. Input a four-digit pass code using the number keys
on the remote control.
• Press CANCEL to delete a number and move
back one space.
• Press MENU or BACK to close the menu without
setting a pass code.
3. Press ENTER to set the pass code.
Resetting a Pass Code
See the procedure in Appendix B.
The TV comes from the factory with the rating locks
turned off and with pre-set U.S. ratings TV-PG and
movie rating PG. Turn on blocking for U.S. ratings
to activate these rating restrictions. Use the Lock >
Parental menu to change the level of blocking with U.S.
ratings.
Any time you change the channel or device, it may take
up to five seconds for the rating restrictions to take
effect.
Other Menu (Alternate Rating System)
This TV can recognize new rating systems that may
come into effect in the future. The Other menu allows
you to block digital programming when such systems
come into effect.
The first time you tune to a channel broadcasting an
alternate rating system, the TV defaults to the most
restrictive setting if the Lock menu > Other Lock
option is set to On. Use this menu to change the
allowed rating if you are unable to watch a program
rated with an alternate system.
Bypassing TV Locks
•
•
•
•
•
If you try to watch a blocked program or the TV is
locked by time, a notice will appear prompting you
for a pass code. To use the TV, input your four-digit
pass code and press ENTER.
-- To reactivate the locks after using a pass code,
power the TV off and then on.
-- To reactivate only the parent ratings lock,
change to a different channel or device.
If a program is blocked, you can still use the TV
without entering a pass code. Change to a channel
airing an allowed program or change to another
device.
Important Notes on Rating Locks
Parental menu rating locks apply only to channels and signals received on the ANT and composite VIDEO jacks.
Other menu rating locks apply only to digital channels received on ANT.
When viewing a cable box, satellite receiver,
or other device connected to the component
Y Pb Pr or HDMI inputs, check the device’s
owner’s guide for parental locks.
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Lock, continued
Parental
Lock
Off, On
Start
Time
Sets the time of day for enforcement of rating restrictions set in the Parental menu.
1. Highlight the hour digits for Start Time.
2. Press
repeatedly to change the hour and associated AM/PM indicator. You can also just press
and hold to move quickly through the numbers.
3. Press ENTER to highlight the minutes.
4. With the minutes digits highlighted, press
repeatedly to change the minutes. You can also just
press and hold to move quickly through the numbers.
5. Highlight the Stop Time digits and set the time as described above.
Stop
Time
Disables or enables blocking based on V-Chip signals and the U.S. rating system.
Note: To make rating restrictions active 24 hours a day, make Start Time and Stop Time the same.
TV
Rating
TV-Y
Youth. For children under 7.
TV-Y7
Youth 7 and older.
TV-G
General Audience. For the entire family.
TV-PG
Parental Guidance. Parental Guidance recommended; may
not be suitable for some children.
TV-14
Adolescent 14 and older. Not recommended for children under 14.
TV-MA
Mature Audience. For adults only.
Highlight the rating level
you wish to change and
press ENTER to block it
( ) or allow it ( ).
You can apply supplemental content blocking
to the age-based ratings
by using the TV content
categories listed below.
FV
Fantasy Violence. Applies to TV-Y7 only.
D
Sexual Dialog. Applies in differing degrees to TV-PG and TV-14.
L
Adult Language. Applies in differing degrees to TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-MA.
S
Sexual Situations. Applies in differing degrees to TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-MA.
V
Violence (graphic or realistic). Applies in differing degrees to TV-PG,
TV-14, and TV-MA.
Movie
Rating
G
General Audience. Designed for the entire family.
PG
Parental Guidance. Parental Guidance recommended; may not be suitable for some children.
PG-13
Parental Guidance, 13 and Older. Not recommended for children under 13.
R
Restricted. Restricted in theaters to 17 years old and older unless accompanied by an adult.
NC-17
No Children 17 or Under. Restricted in theaters to 18 years old and older.
X
Adult. Designed for and restricted in theaters to adult audiences only.
Not Rated
No MPAA rating assigned
TV Content
Categories
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Time
Blocks all use of the TV during the time period you specify. You must enter a pass code to use the
TV when the time lock is in effect.
Lock by Time
Enables/disables Lock by Time.
Lock Time,
Unlock Time
To set the lock and unlock times:
1. Highlight the hour digits for the Lock Time.
2. Press
repeatedly to change the hour and associated AM/PM indicator. To
move quickly through the numbers, just press and hold.
3. Press ENTER to set the hour and highlight the minutes.
4. With the minutes highlighted, press
repeatedly to change the minutes. To
move quickly through the numbers, just press and hold.
5. Highlight the Unlock Time digits and set the time as described above.
Note: To make Lock by Time active 24 hours a day, make Start Time and Stop Time
the same.
Off, On
Panel
Other
On locks and Off unlocks the buttons on the TV’s control panel. Use this option if
small children try to press TV buttons.
• To release the Panel Lock from the TV’s control panel, press and hold the
ACTIVITY button for ten seconds. If the TV is powered off, press POWER after the
lock releases to make the TV power on.
• To reactivate the lock, return to this menu and change the setting to On.
Other Menu Options (alternate rating system)
This TV can recognize new rating systems that may come into effect in the future. The Other option
remains grayed out until the TV receives a signal using an alternate rating system. Such alternate
rating systems will apply only to digital programming received on the ANT input.
Lock
On, Off
Enables/disables program blocking.
System Name The rating system available for the channel
Group
Rating groups available in the rating system shown on the screen. Rating groups are
defined by the rating system in effect.
Rating
Rating restrictions available in the selected rating system and group. Highlight the
rating and press ENTER to check (block) or uncheck (allow) rated content.
5
NetCommand IR Control
About NetCommand IR Control
•
•
•
•
NetCommand IR home-theater control is available on 837 series models.
IR emitter cables are available for purchase
from Mitsubishi. Visit www.mitsuparts.com or call
800-553-7278 and request one of the following:
-- 242D483020 (two-ended cable)
-- 299P254020 (four-ended cable).
NetCommand setup is optional.
You can perform NetCommand setup when the TV
first recognizes a device during Auto Input Sensing
or at any convenient time afterward.
•
•
NetCommand operates by sending remote control
signals from the TV to your other devices via the
IR (infrared) emitters, telling the devices to play,
record, change inputs, adjust volume, change channels, or perform other functions. All this is accomplished with the TV’s remote control left in TV mode.
You may wish to use NetCommand IR control to
supplement control of CEC-enabled devices.
Important Note on NetCommand
Be sure to connect the IR emitter cable to the
TV and properly place the emitters so that
NetCommand can control your devices.
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IR sensor
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5. NetCommand IR Control (837 Series)
1.
3.
The NetCommand system uses emitters connected
3.
to the IR–NetCommand Output jack to control
2. other
devices such as DVD players, cable boxes,2.satellite
receivers, and VCRs.
Other A/V Device
IR emitter cables are available for purchase from
Mitsubishi. Request either part number 242D483020
(two-ended cable) or part number 299P254020 (fourended cable).
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1. Connect the plug end of the IR emitter cable to the
IR—NetCommand Output jack on the TV back panel.
When the New Device Found screen displays,
highlight EXIT and press ENTER.
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A/V Receiver
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
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(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
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Connecting IR–NetCommand Output
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On top of a single
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In front, shared by
two average-sized
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IR sensor
IR sensor
IR sensor
Place IR emitters so the signal can be “seen” by the IR
sensor on each device.
The New Device Found screen displays when you
connect the IR emitter.
3. Position the emitter end with the emitter bulb facing
the device’s remote control sensor. The bulb emits
infrared light in a cone-shaped pattern. Place the
bulb far enough from the sensor to allow the cone
pattern to reach the sensor.
In some cases, the emitter works better facing
downward from the top of the device. Experiment
to find what works best.
4. Secure the emitter ends in place using double5.
sided tape.
Place any unused ends behind the devices to
prevent stray signals from reaching the IR sensors.
If You are Unable to Locate
a Device’s IR Sensor
•
•
The IR sensor is usually behind the plastic window
of the front display panel. Using a flashlight, you
may be able to see it as a round or square cutout.
If you cannot see the sensor and the device’s
Owner’s Guide does not specify the location, do
the following using the device’s remote control.
1. Starting at one end of the plastic window, hold
the device’s remote control about one-half
inch from the front of the device and press the
POWER key.
2. If the device does not respond, move the
remote control one inch toward the center and
try again. Repeat until the device responds.
3. Repeat the previous steps starting at the other
end of the window. The sensor will be between
these two points.
IMPORTANT
Position IR emitters so that each device’s
sensor “sees” the signal from only one emitter.
Otherwise, a device receiving signals from
multiple sources (remote controls, IR emitters)
may not respond at all.
5. NetCommand IR Control (837 Series)
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Initial NetCommand Setup
To perform this procedure, you need:
• The remote controls for both the TV and the
device you want to control.
• An IR emitter cable available from Mitsubishi.
Note: To set up an A/V receiver, see “Setting Up A/V
Receiver Control,” page 52.
1. Connect and position the IR emitters for the
2.
3.
devices you wish to control. See “IR Emitter Placement” on the opposite page.
Set the TV’s remote control to TV mode and power
on the TV.
Open the NetCommand Learn screen as follows:
• If working from the New Device Found screen
after the device is first detected, highlight
NetCommand and press ENTER to open the
Learn screen for the device.
• If performing NetCommand setup at any time
after the device has been recognized through
Auto Input Sensing:
a. Press ACTIVITY.
b. Highlight the desired input icon and press
ENTER to switch to that input.
c. Press MENU, highlight Inputs, and highlight
Learn to open the Inputs > Learn screen
for the device.
From the New Device Found screen, highlight
NetCommand and press ENTER to open the Learn
screen.
Device-specific keys in the
rightmost column can be accessed
with the MORE key after “learning.”
4. The first function highlighted in the Learn screen
5.
6.
is always Power On. Aim the TV’s remote control
at the TV and press ENTER to begin learning for that
function.
When the Power On text starts flashing, aim the
device’s remote control at the TV and hold the POWER
key until a check mark appears next to Power On.
• If the text stops flashing before the check mark
appears, repeat the previous step.
• To remove the key from NetCommand control,
press the CANCEL key while the key name is
highlighted.
Press the
keys on the TV’s remote control
to highlight other keys on the list. Repeat steps
4 and 5 for each additional function you wish to
control through NetCommand.
Note: Device keys in the far right column will be associated with the remote control’s MORE key when
“learned.” See the table on page 49.
7. If the device has a separate POWER OFF key, press
8.
on the TV’s remote to highlight Power Off.
Repeat the earlier steps to “learn” the POWER OFF key.
If the device has no POWER OFF key, skip this step.
Press BACK to finish NetCommand “learning” for the
current device.
Inputs > Learn screen
Key names marked with a
check have been “learned.”
Adding or Removing Device Keys from
NetCommand Control
1. Switch the TV to the device. Press ACTIVITY, high2.
3.
light the device’s icon, and press ENTER.
Open the Inputs menu and highlight the Learn icon.
When the Learn screen displays:
• To add keys: Continue as described earlier
under “Initial NetCommand Setup” on this
page.
• To delete keys: Highlight the name of the key
you wish to delete and press CANCEL on the
TV‘s remote control to clear the check mark.
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5. NetCommand IR Control (837 Series)
Operating NetCommand-Controlled Devices
Controlling Most Device Types
As an example of NetCommand control, if you are
watching your cable box and you wish to tune to the
next channel higher, press CHANNEL Up. NetCommand
then sends the “learned” channel-up control signal to
the cable box.
1. Perform NetCommand setup for the device as
2.
3.
4.
described in this chapter.
When you wish to use the device, press ACTIVITY.
Press
to highlight the icon for the device.
Press ENTER to switch the TV to the device.
Note: if you have set up automatic input switching for
the A/V receiver, the A/V receiver will automatically switch to the correct input for the device.
5. To operate the device using the TV’s remote
control, press the side button to put the remote
control into TV mode.
6. Point the remote control at the TV (not the device)
and press the key for the desired function.
7. Press the MORE key to access additional key functions you may have “learned” for the device.
Special Operation Methods
Key Name in
Learning Screen
Special Operation Description and Setup
How to Use
Power On
Manual Power On/Off
Use for devices that have only one POWER key.
1. Press ACTIVITY.
2. Press
to highlight the icon for the
device to be powered on or off.
3. With the Activity menu still displayed, press
POWER to send the power signal; you may
need to press POWER twice.
Note: If you press POWER without the Activity
menu displayed, the TV will turn off.
4. Press ENTER to switch the TV to the device.
Power On
Power Off
Menu
Automatic Power On/Off
This feature is only for devices that have separate
Power On and Power Off keys on their original
remote controls. If your device does not have a
separate Power Off key, do not use the Power
Off learning position; use only the Manual Power
ON/OFF method described above.
In the NetCommand Learn screen:
a. “Learn” the Power On command in the
Power On learning position.
b. “Learn” the Power Off command in the
Power Off learning position.
•
To Power On the Device
1. Press ACTIVITY.
2. Press
to highlight the icon for
the device to be powered on or off.
3. Press ENTER to switch the TV to the
device and NetCommand will send the
Power On command to the device.
•
To Power Off the Device
When you turn the TV off, the TV sends all
learned Power Off commands to all devices.
Displaying a Menu for the Current Device
Press MORE and then 1 to send the menu
command to the current device.
“Learn” the MENU key on the original remote in the
Menu learning position.
Guide
Displaying the On-Screen Program Guide
(cable box or satellite receiver)
1. While watching the device, press GUIDE to
display the guide.
) to send the Page
1. “Learn” the Guide key on the original remote in 2. Press PAGE UP/DOWN (
Up/Dn
commands
for
the
guide.
the Guide learning position.
2. Learn the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN keys of the
original remote in the Page Up and Page
Down learning positions.
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Operating NetCommand-Controlled Devices, continued
Key Name in
Learning Screen
Special Operation Description and Setup
Enter
ENTER-Key Functions (cable boxes, satellite receivers, etc.)
Some devices have two keys that have “enter” functions. One key is for menus and is often labelled
SELECT or OK. A second key is for use with number keys for direct channel selection. NetCommand
uses the same ENTER key for both operations.
How to Use
When ENTER has a menu or guide function or
when the original remote control uses the same
key for menus and channel selection:
Learn the ENTER, SELECT, or OK key in the
NetCommand Enter learning position.
Enter (digits) When ENTER is for channel changes, i.e., the original remote control has a separate ENTER key for
this function):
1. Press MENU or GUIDE to display the device’s
menu or guide.
2. Press ENTER within the menu and
NetCommand will send the Enter signal for
menus.
Press digit key(s) and then press ENTER.
NetCommand will send the Enter signal for
channel selection.
Learn the ENTER key for channel selection in
the NetCommand Enter (digits) learning position. Use this learning position only if the original
remote control has separate keys for Enter in
menus and Enter for channel selection.
Cancel
CANCEL as the Cancel or Exit Function
“Learn” the Cancel or Exit function in the
NetCommand Cancel learning position
1. Press MENU or GUIDE to display the menu or
guide.
2. Press CANCEL and NetCommand will send
the Cancel or Exit signal.
—
(separator)
The symbol “—” can serve as the separator
Press digit key(s) and press CANCEL.
between a digital channel’s main and sub-channel NetCommand will send the channel-separator
digits, e.g., digital channel 12-1 (main channel is
signal.
12, sub-channel is 1).
“Learn” the channel separator function in the
NetCommand – (separator) learning position.
The MORE Key Menu and NetCommand
Menu
Top Menu
Input
Angle
SP/EP
Audio (DVD)
List
Subtitle
On Demand
Repeat
A
Bonus View
B
Setup
C
Surround
D
Night
A/V
Receiver
DVD/
DVR
Cable/
SAT
Device
Key
VCR
A/V
Receiver
DVD/
DVR
Cable/
SAT
Device
Key
VCR
Perform NetCommand setup for these device-specific
keys and then access their functions with the MORE key.
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5. NetCommand IR Control (837 Series)
Operating NetCommand-Controlled Devices, continued
NetCommand Specialized Device Keys
Refer to this chart when “learning” device keys. “Learn”
some, all, or none of the keys used for each device
type.
See page 48 for more on keys marked in the “Special
Operation Method” column.
Name on TV
Remote Control
See Special
Operation
Method Table
Key Name in
Learning Screen
Function
Power On
Power On or Power ON/OFF (toggle)

Guide
On-Screen Program Guide or DVD Disc Menus

Channel +/Skip +
Next Channel Higher/
Skip Forward (Disc)
Channel –/Skip –
Next Channel Lower/
Skip Backward (Disc)
Page Up
Page Up in Guides
Page Dn
Page Down in Guides
Up
Arrow up
Down
Arrow down
Left
Arrow left
Right
Arrow right
Enter
Enter or Select (menus)
Cancel
Cancel or erase (menus)
Play
Start playback
Stop
Stop playback
Forward
Fast Forward
Rewind
Rewind/Fast Reverse
Pause
Pause playback
Record
Start Recording
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0
Digits
Enter (digits)
Use after entering digits to tune directly to a
channel by number

- (separator)
Add digital channel separator between main
channel number and sub-channel number

Last
Last Channel Recall
Info
On-screen status display or information display
Power Off
Power Off


1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0
May require two
keypresses

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NetCommand IR Control of an A/V
Receiver
Several types of A/V receiver control can be set up
using the Inputs > AVR menu.
• Power and volume. See the next page.
• Audio switching. For most equipment setups, see
“Case 1: Automatic A/V Receiver Switching to the
TV Audio Input” page 53.
• Audio switching and surround sound. To set up
switching to a surround sound device, see “Case
2: Automatic A/V Receiver Switching to a Surround
Sound Device” page 54
• Audio and video switching over HDMI. If your
A/V receiver has an HDMI output, it may be convenient to send audio and video to the TV over a
single HDMI cable through the A/V receiver. See
“Case 3: Automatic Audio and Video Switching via
HDMI,” page 55.
Note: To set up control of other device types, see
“Initial NetCommand Setup,” page 47.
Controlling an A/V Receiver
after NetCommand Setup
Switching Audio to and from the A/V
Receiver
1. Press MORE and then 9 (AUDIO).
2. Press to show the Speakers option.
3. Press to select either AV Receiver or TV.
Controlling A/V Receiver Power
With Any Connection Type
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press MORE and then 9 (AUDIO).
Press
to show the Speakers option.
Press to select AV Receiver.
Point the remote control at the TV (not the A/V
receiver) and press POWER to power the A/V
receiver on or off.
With an HDMI Connection
1. Press ACTIVITY.
2. Highlight the A/V receiver icon.
3. Press POWER.
Controlling Other A/V Receiver Functions
With the A/V receiver powered on and selected, the
TV’s remote control operates the volume and mute
functions. Also, when you switch to a device in the
Activity menu, the A/V receiver automatically switches
to the correct audio input for the device.
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6. NetCommand Control of an A/V Receiver (837 Series)
Setting Up A/V Receiver Control
Power and Volume
Perform this setup to control the A/V receiver power
and volume with the TV’s remote control.
To perform this setup you need:
• The remote controls for both the TV and the
A/V receiver.
• An IR emitter cable available from Mitsubishi.
Before You Begin
1. Connect your A/V receiver to the TV and any addi2.
3.
tional devices. See “Setting Up TV Inputs,” page 10
and “TV Connections,” page 14.
Connect the IR emitter cable to the TV and position
the IR emitter where it can send signals to the A/V
receiver. See “IR Emitter Placement,” page 46.
Set the TV’s remote control to TV mode using the
side button.
Inputs > AVR screen. Perform
NetCommand IR “learning” for A/V
receiver power and volume keys.
3. When the Power text starts flashing, aim the A/V
receiver’s remote control at the TV and hold the
POWER or POWER ON key until a check mark appears
next to Power.
• If the text stops flashing before the check mark
appears, repeat this step.
• To remove the key from NetCommand control,
press the CANCEL key while the key name is
highlighted.
Setup to Control A/V Receiver Power and Volume
1. Open the Inputs > AVR screen in one of two ways:
If using the New Device Found screen for the
A/V receiver, highlight NetCommand and press
ENTER to open the AVR screen.
• If performing NetCommand setup at any time
after Auto Sensing:
Press MENU, highlight Inputs, and highlight AVR
to open the AVR menu.
The first function highlighted in the AVR screen is
always Power. Aim the TV’s remote control at the
TV and press ENTER to begin learning for Power.
•
2.
IMPORTANT
To hear audio sent from the TV to the A/V receiver,
you must have:
• Physically connected the TV to the A/V receiver
via the analog or digital audio output.
• Assigned, if needed, the name AVR if using an
HDMI A/V receiver.
• “Learned” the IR codes for the A/V receiver
inputs.
• Assigned the TV’s audio output to the correct
input in the NetCommand Inputs > AVR menu.
• Selected the A/V receiver as the audio source.
Press MORE then 9 (AUDIO), then
to show
the Speakers option, then to select the A/V
Receiver.
4. Press the
5.
6.
key on the TV’s remote control to highlight
other keys in the list. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each additional function you wish to control through NetCommand.
If the A/V receiver has a separate POWER OFF key,
press on the TV’s remote to highlight Power Off.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to “learn” the POWER OFF key.
If the device has no POWER OFF key, skip this step.
When finished “learning” the power and volume
keys, either
• To watch TV, press bACK .
• To continue with NetCommand setup to control
switching of A/V receiver inputs, highlight
NEXT and press ENTER.
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Setting Up A/V Receiver Control, continued
Analog Stereo Audio. Audio from sources with only
analog stereo output (such as a VCR) can be sent either
directly to the A/V receiver or through the TV first.
Mitsubishi recommends you send audio through the
TV as shown in the example. The TV converts analog
audio to digital format to send to a digital A/V receiver.
HDMI Digital Stereo Audio. Digital stereo audio
from an HDMI connection is available both in digital
and analog format from the TV’s analog and digital
audio output jacks.
•
The following setups enable the A/V receiver to switch
automatically to the correct input when you select a
device in the TV’s Activity menu.
Three different connection arrangements are described
here. Review the descriptions to find the setup needed
for your equipment.
To hear digital surround sound from a source device
you must use the setup described for Case 2.
•
To set up control of an A/V receiver you need:
• The remote controls for the TV and A/V receiver.
• An IR emitter cable available from Mitsubishi.
• Connecting cables
Before You Begin
1. Connect your A/V devices to the TV and connect
2.
3.
4.
your A/V receiver to the audio outputs on the TV
and the DVD player. Note the name of the device
connected to each A/V receiver input. See initial
setup, page 10, and “TV Connections,” page 14.
Position NetCommand IR emitters as described in
“IR Emitter Placement,” page 46.
Set the TV’s remote control to TV mode using the
side button.
Open the Inputs > AVR menu, highlight NEXT
and press ENTER to display the device-key-learning
menu.
Case 1: Automatic A/V Receiver
Switching to the TV Audio Input
video
audio + video
IMPORTANT
All audio from what you are watching on the TV is
always available from both the TV’s AVR AUDIO
OUTPUT and DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT jacks.
To use the digital surround sound capabilities of
your A/V receiver however, you must connect the
audio output from your DVD player, satellite receiver,
or cable box directly to the A/V receiver.
VCR with
Analog Audio Output
analog audio
Automatic Audio or Audio/Video Switching
TV
audio output from
TV (digital or analog)
TV audio
out
DVD audio
input
TV audio input
A/V Receiver
Incoming Coaxial Cable
to TV’s ANT input
Important: To use this setup, you must connect the TV’s
audio output to the A/V receiver’s TV audio input jack.
1. In the Inputs > AVR menu, press
2.
3.
4.
5.
to highlight
TV audio out as the A/V receiver input to control.
Press ENTER on the TV’s remote control.
While the text TV audio out is flashing, press and
hold the TV INPUT key on the A/V receiver’s remote
control.
When a check appears next to TV audio out,
release the TV INPUT key.
• If the text stops flashing before the check mark
appears, repeat this step.
• To erase the IR code just “learned,” press
CANCEL while the name is highlighted.
Press MENU if finished or continue with Case 2 setup
if you want to control surround sound switching for
another audio source.
Most devices are set up to use the TV’s audio output like
the VCR in this example; analog audio from the device is
sent through the TV to the A/V receiver’s TV audio input.
Use this setup for:
•
Audio Available from TV only. Send audio from
the ANT input to the A/V receiver from the TV’s
analog or digital audio output.
Use this setup to make the A/V receiver switch to its
designated TV audio input when viewing programming
from the ANT input.
Case 1: NetCommand setup for controlling A/V
receiver switching to the A/V receiver’s audio input
from the TV. The list displayed represents inputs in use.
The device names are those you assigned in the New
Device Found screen or in the Inputs > Name menu.
analog audio
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Setting Up A/V Receiver Control, continued
Case 2: Automatic A/V Receiver Switching
to a Surround Sound Device
Note: Use this setup to send digital surround sound
from a source device directly to your external sound
system. For non-surround sound source devices,
Mitsubishi recommends using the setup for Case 1,
in which audio is sent through the TV.
A device can send
digital
sound such as Dolby
DVD
Playersurround
with
digital surround sound
Surround
Digital or DTS Digital
directly
to theSound
A/V receiver. The device might
be a DVD player, cable box, or satellite receiver, and could
have HDMI output. A DVD player is used in this example.
Case 2: NetCommand setup for
Your setup may include additional devices with digital
controlling A/V receiver switching
surround sound connected directly to the A/V receiver.
to the A/V receiver’s DVD input. The list contains
These devices might be a DVD player plus a cable box
connected inputs with names assigned during Auto
or satellite receiver.
Input Sensing.
DVD Player digital surround sound
with
Digital
Surround
video
Sound
TV
DVD audio
input
A/V Receiver
3. While the text DVD is flashing, press and hold the
4.
Case 2: A/V receiver audio from a device providing
surround sound directly to the A/V receiver
1. In the Inputs > AVR menu, press
2.
to highlight
the name of the A/V receiver input to control. In this
example, it is the DVD input.
Press ENTER on the TV’s remote control.
5.
DVD INPUT key on the A/V receiver’s remote control.
When a check appears next to DVD, release the
DVD INPUT key.
• If the text stops flashing before the check mark
appears, repeat this step.
• To erase the IR code just “learned,” press
CANCEL while the name is highlighted.
If finished, highlight EXIT and press ENTER or
continue to set up additional A/V receiver audio
sources.
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Setting Up A/V Receiver Control, continued
TV
A/V Receiver
2.
HDMI
Output
3.
HDMI Cable
VCR
Blu-ray player
Cable box
1. Connect the A/V receiver to the TV with an HDMI-
DVD player
to-HDMI cable. Do not connect the optional audio
cable at this time.
If desired, enable HDMI Control of a CEC-enabled
A/V receiver. See Appendix C, “HDMI Control of
CEC Devices.”
Connect your audio/video devices to the A/V
receiver. Note the name of the device connected
to each A/V receiver input. This information will be
needed later to set up NetCommand’s automatic
input switching.
DVI/PC INPUT
R AUDIO L
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
1
More About Using an HDMI Connection
• Audio from devices connected directly to the TV
can be heard from the TV speakers only. To send
audio to the A/V receiver from such devices, use
one of the optional audio connections shown in the
diagram on this page. For example, use an optional
audio connection if you wish to use the A/V receiver
speakers to hear audio from:
-- The ANT input
-- A game or camcorder connected to the convenience input (input 3).
• To use NetCommand to supplement HDMI control
of a CEC-enabled A/V receiver, the recommended
setup sequence is:
1. Connect the HDMI cable.
2. Enable HDMI control (New Device Found screen).
3. Connect the secondary digital audio cable, if
desired.
4. Perform NetCommand setup.
If you connect to HDMI after performing
NetCommand setup for the A/V receiver, the
NetCommand setup will be lost.
•
In some cases, audio from a device connected to the
A/V receiver may not be passed over the HDMI cable
to the TV speakers. In these cases you must use the
A/V receiver speakers to hear audio.
2
3
ANT
TV main panel
L
Y/ VIDEO
Pb
Pr
INPUT 2
If your A/V receiver has an HDMI output, it may be
convenient to route video signals from multiple devices
over a single cable to the TV. Use this procedure to set
up NetCommand control of the A/V receiver’s audio
and video switching over a single HDMI cable. The
connected source devices can be analog, digital, or a
mixture or the two. When this setup is complete, you
can use the TV’s Activity menu to select a video device
connected to the A/V receiver.
Before You Begin
To complete these steps you will need:
• The remote controls for both the TV and the A/V
receiver.
digital surround
sound
• An IR
emitter cable available from Mitsubishi.
• An HDMI-to-HDMI cable to connect the A/V
receiver to the TV and cables necessary to
connect devices to the A/V receiver.
R
L
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
R AUDIO L
AVR
AUDIO
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
OUTPUT
R
Pb
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
INPUT 1
Case 3: Automatic Audio and
Video Switching via HDMI
Pr
IR-NetCommand
R
Output
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
Optional analog or
digital audio
connection
A/V receiver
with HDMI
output
HDMI OUT DIGITAL
AUDIO
L
R
VCR
High-definition
DVD player
DVD player
Cable box
Multiple video inputs through a single HDMI cable. You can
connect multiple video devices to an A/V receiver that has
an HDMI output. The optional audio connection allows you
to hear, through the A/V receiver, devices connected to the
TV only, e.g., an antenna on the ANT input.
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Setting Up A/V Receiver Control, continued
4. If using an optional audio cable between the TV and
5.
A/V receiver, connect it.
Connect the IR emitter cable to the TV and position
the IR emitter where it can send signals to the A/V
receiver. See “IR Emitter Placement,” page 46.
Setup to Control Automatic Audio
and Video Switching via HDMI
When this setup is complete, the “learned” A/V receiver
input will appear in the TV’s Activity menu as a selectable input.
NetCommand Control of a Device Connected to an HDMI A/V Receiver
Use this setup to have NetCommand control a device
sending audio and video through the A/V receiver to the
TV via HDMI.
You must have already completed the procedure under
“Setup to Control Automatic Audio and Video Switching
via HDMI” on this page. That procedure placed an icon
in the Activity menu for the device (input) connected to
the A/V receiver.
Any Connection
Type
1. Power on the A/V receiver.
2. Set the TV’s remote control to TV mode using the
3.
4.
5.
side button.
Power on the TV.
When the New Device Found screen displays,
select device name AVR if it is not recognized automatically.
Navigate to the Inputs > AVR menu or, from
within the New Device Found screen, highlight
NetCommand and press ENTER.
Source
Device
2.
5.
6.
7.
6. In the Inputs > AVR menu, press
to highlight
the name of the A/V receiver input to control. In
this example, it is the DVD input.
7. Press ENTER on the TV’s remote control.
8. While the text DVD is flashing, press and hold the
DVD INPUT key on the A/V receiver’s remote control.
9. When a check appears next to DVD, release the
DVD INPUT key.
• If the text stops flashing before the check mark
appears, repeat this step.
• To erase the IR code just “learned,” press
CANCEL while the name is highlighted.
10.If there are no more devices to set up, highlight
EXIT and press ENTER or continue to set up additional A/V receiver audio/video sources.
TV
1. Set up NetCommand control of A/V receiver audio/
3.
4.
To set up A/V switching over HDMI, choose your
devices from a list. Unlike the device list described for
Case 2, this is a generic list containing more than just
the devices detected in your setup.
A/V
Receiver
HDMI
Cable
video switching via HDMI as described on this
page.
Press BACK to close any open menus and return to
normal TV viewing.
Press aCTIVITY.
Highlight the icon for the A/V receiver input you
wish to control.
Press ENTER to switch the TV to the A/V receiver
and the A/V receiver to the input.
Open the Inputs > Learn menu.
Perform NetCommand “learning” for the connected )device by following the steps in “Initial
NetCommand Setup,” page 47.
Appendices
57
Appendix A: Programming the Remote Control. . . . . . . . . . . .
58
Appendix B: Bypassing the Parental Lock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
65
Appendix C: HDMI Control of CEC Devices.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
67
Appendix D: TV Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
70
Appendix E: Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
73
58
Appendices
Appendix A: Programming the Remote Control
This appendix explains programming the TV’s remote
control to operate other A/V devices. This is distinct
from NetCommand control.
Functions Available for Other A/V Devices
The TV’s remote control can be programmed to operate
other types and brands of A/V products. The functions
performed in each switch position vary depending on
the product. Not all functions work for all models. The
most common functions available are listed on this
page.
VCRs and DVRs
•
•
•
•
•
•
CHANNEL UP/DN
POWER
SLEEP (from MORE menu)
(FAST Forward)
(Pause)
(Play)
•
•
•
•
•
•
(Record)
(Reverse)
(Stop)
GUIDE (DVR only)
MENU (DVR only)
0–9 Number Buttons
Mitsubishi VCRs are compatible with some additional keys.
Cable Boxes and Satellite Receivers
(not all functions for all models)
TV modes
ACTIVITY
GUIDE
MENU
INFO
BACK
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PAGE UP/DOWN
Cancel
CHANNEL UP/DN
ENTER
GUIDE
POWER
The record/playback keys:
•
(FAST Forward)
•
(Pause)
•
(Play)
•
(Record)
•
(Reverse)
•
(Stop)
LAST (ENTER; for channels on some models)
0–9 Number Keys
A/V Receivers
To use the remote after
programming, press the side
button to change the control
mode to match the device
type.
The MORE Menus
The MORE key displays a menu showing additional key
functions available for a device type after programming
the remote control.
•
•
•
•
•
MUTE
•
POWER
SLEEP (from MORE menu)
VOLUME
0–9 Number Buttons
Direct Input Selection
buttons: numbers
and LAST (on some
Mitsubishi models)
CD Players
(not all functions for all models)
•
•
•
•
SLEEP (from MORE menu) •
(FAST Forward)
•
(Pause)
•
(Play)
(Reverse)
(Stop)
0–9 Number Buttons
DVD Players
(not all functions for all models)
•
•
IMPORTANT
Some manufacturers may change their
products or they may use more than one
remote control system. The TV’s remote
control may be unable to operate your A/V
equipment in these cases.
•
•
•
•
•
CANCEL (on some
models)
CHANNEL UP/DN (for
track skip on some
models)
ENTER
MENU
POWER
SLEEP (from MORE menu)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
(FAST Forward)
(Pause)
(Play)
(Record)
(Reverse)
(Stop)
0-9 Number Keys
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Appendix A: Programming the Remote Control, continued
Programming the Remote Control
1. Press the side button on the remote control to
change to the correct mode for the product you
want to control. Refer to the table below. Only
one of each device type can be controlled in each
mode.
Mode
Affected Device
Cable/SAT
Cable Box
DTV Receiver
Satellite Receiver
VCR
VCR
DVR
DVD Player/Recorder
DVD
DVD Player/Recorder
DVR
VCR
Audio
A/V Receiver
Audio Amplifier
CD Player
2. Press and hold POWER on the remote control for
3.
4.
5.
6.
several seconds until the mode indicator blinks
twice and goes off.
Release the POWER key.
Enter the first five-digit code listed for your equipment.
• The mode indicator blinks twice when you
start to enter the code and then once for each
additional keypress.
• The mode indicator blinks twice when you finish
entering a valid code.
• If you need to start over or wish to exit programming mode, temporarily change to a
different mode using the side button.
Point the remote control at the equipment and
press POWER. If the product has no power on/off
function, press a different key, such as
(Play),
(Stop), VOLUME UP, or MUTE.
• If the equipment responds, the remote control
is properly programmed.
• If the equipment does not respond, repeat
steps 2–4 with the next five-digit code listed for
your equipment.
Once you have found the correct code, write it in
the space below for future reference.
Mode
Device Type
Code
CABLE/SAT
VCR
DVD
AUDIO
IMPORTANT
You may need to reprogram the remote control after
changing the batteries. Record the codes for each
mode in the space provided to make this faster.
Code Verification
To determine the code programmed for any mode:
1. Set the mode to the one you wish to verify.
2. Press and hold POWER on the remote control for
several seconds until the mode indicator blinks twice
and goes off.
3. Press keys 9 9 0
4. Press 1 and count the blinks of the power key.
Write down the number of blinks as the first digit of
the code.
5. Repeat step 4 for the second, third, fourth, and fifth
digits of the code.
Audio Lock: Universal A/V Receiver
Control
With Audio Lock enabled, the remote control operates
volume and mute on the A/V receiver in all modes set by
the side button. Activate Audio Lock if you normally use
an A/V receiver with your TV and other A/V equipment.
1. Program AUDIO mode for your A/V receiver as
2.
3.
described in “Programming the Remote Control” on
this page.
With the remote control in AUDIO mode, hold POWER
on the remote control for several seconds until the
mode indicator blinks twice and goes off.
Press keys 9 9 3 ENTER
The mode indicator will blink twice to indicate Audio
Lock is active.
To Reset the Remote Control to Operate Volume
and Mute for the TV Speakers
1. Press and hold POWER for several seconds until the
2.
mode indicator blinks twice and goes off.
Press keys 9 9 3 VOLUME UP.
The mode indicator will blink four times to indicate
Audio Lock has cleared.
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Appendices
Appendix A: Programming the Remote Control, continued
Programming Codes
Audio Amplifiers
Adcom
41100, 40577
Altec Lansing 41742
Bel Canto
41583
Design
Bose
40674
Carver
40892
Cary Audio
41879
Design
Classe
41461
Flextronics
41879
Halcro
41934
Harman/
40892
Kardon
JVC
40331
Krell
41837
Left Coast
40892
Lexicon
41802, 41145
Marantz
40892
Mark
41483
Levinson
Parasound
41934
Philips
40892
Polk Audio
40892
Victor
40331
Yamaha
40354
Cable Boxes
A-Mark
10144, 10008
ABC
10237, 10008
Acorn
10237
Action
10237
Active
10237
Americast 10899
Amino
11822, 11602
Archer
10237
Bell South 10899
Century
10008
Cisco
11982, 11877, 10877
Comcast
11982
Digeo
12187
Director
10476
GE
10144
General
10476
Instrument
GoldStar
10144
Hitachi
10008
i3 Micro
11602
Insight
10476
Jerrold
10476
Memorex
10000
Motorola
11376, 11254, 10476
Myrio
11822, 11602
Nova Vision 10008
Novaplex
10008
Pace
11877, 10877, 10237,
10008
Panasonic 11982, 10144, 10008,
10000
Cable Boxes
Paragon
10525, 10008, 10000
Penney
10000
Philips
11305
Pioneer
11877, 10877, 10533,
10144
Pulsar
10000
Quasar
10000
Runco
10000
Samsung
10144
Scientific
11877, 10877, 10477,
Atlanta
10237, 10008, 10000
Sejin
11602
Sony
11006
Sprucer
10144
Toshiba
10000
US Elec10008
tronics
Videoway
10000
Zenith
10899, 10525, 10000
CD Players
Acoustic
Research
Akai
Burmester
California
Audio Labs
DKK
Fisher
Garrard
Hafler
Harman/
Kardon
Inkel
Integra
JVC
Kenwood
KLH
Koss
LG
Magnavox
Marantz
McIntosh
MCS
Memorex
MGA
Miro
Mitsubishi
Modulaire
MTC
NAD
Onkyo
Optimus
Panasonic
40420
40083
40420
40029
40000
40000
40420
40173
41202, 40173, 40100,
40083
40180
40101
41294, 40072
40626, 40190, 40037,
40029, 40000
41711, 41318
41317
41208
40038
40626, 40435, 40180,
40038, 40029
41703
40029
40420, 40000
40083
40000
40098, 40083
40420, 40180, 40087,
40000
40420
41208
41327, 40101
40420, 40087, 40037,
40000
40752, 40388, 40029
CD Players
Parasound
Penney
Philips
Pioneer
Proceed
Quasar
RadioShack
RCA
Realistic
Roksan
Rotel
Sansui
Sanyo
Sharp
Sherwood
Sony
Symphonic
Tascam
TDK
Teac
Technics
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
Yorx
40420
40029
40626
41087
40420
40029
40420, 40180, 40000
40420
40420, 40180, 40087,
40000
40435
40420
40000
40087, 40000
40180, 40037
41950, 40180
41364, 40490, 40185,
40100, 40000
40180
40420
41208
40490, 40420, 40180
40029
40072
40087
41292, 40490, 40036
40000
A/V Receivers
ADC
40531
Aiwa
41641, 41405, 41388,
41243, 40189, 40121
Alco
41390
AMC
41077
Anam
41609, 41074
Arcam
41189
Audiotronic 41189
Audiovox
41390
Bose
41933, 41841, 41629,
41253, 41229, 40639
Cairn
40189
Capetronic 40531
Carver
41289, 41189, 40189,
40121
Curtis
40014
Mathes
Daewoo
41250
Denon
41360, 41306, 41142,
40121
Emerson
40531
Fisher
41801
Grundig
40189
Harman/
41306, 41304, 41289,
Kardon
40891, 40189, 40110
Hitachi
41801
Insignia
42169, 41893, 41077,
41030
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Appendices
Appendix A: Programming the Remote Control, continued
Programming Codes, continued
A/V Receivers
Integra
41805, 41320, 41298,
40842
JBL
41306, 40110
JVC
42331, 41643, 41495,
41374, 41282, 41058
Kawasaki
41390
Kenwood
41570, 41569, 41313
KLH
41428, 41390
LG
42197, 41293
Linn
40189
Magnavox
41514, 41269, 41266,
41189, 40531, 40189
Marantz
41289, 41269, 41189,
40891, 40189
McIntosh
41289
Micromega 41189, 40189
Mitsubishi
41957, 41922, 41921,
41920, 41393
Myryad
41189
Nakamichi
41313
Onkyo
41905, 41805, 41320,
41298, 40842
Optimus
41074, 41023, 40531,
40121, 40014
Panasonic
42967, 41764, 41763,
41633, 41548, 41518,
41509, 41316, 41308,
41288, 41275
Philips
41269, 41266, 41189,
40891, 40531, 40189
Pioneer
41935, 41384, 41123,
41023, 40630, 40531,
40150, 40014
Polaroid
41508
Polk Audio 41289, 40189
Proscan
41254
RadioShack 41609
RCA
41609, 41511, 41390,
41254, 41123, 41074,
41023, 40531
Realistic
41609, 40121
Revox
40189
Rio
41869
Samsung
41500, 41304, 41295
Sansui
41189, 40189
Sanyo
41801
Sherwood
42169, 41905, 41077
Sherwood
42169
Newcastle
Sonic Blue 41869
Sony
41858, 41822, 41759,
41758, 41658, 41622,
41558, 41441, 41382,
41258, 41131, 41058
Stereophonics 41023
Sunfire
41313
Teac
41390, 41074
A/V Receivers
Technics
41518, 41308
Thorens
41189
Toshiba
41788, 41123, 40842
Venturer
41390
Wards
40189, 40014
Yamaha
41815, 41476, 41376,
41375, 41331, 41276,
41176, 41023, 40176
YBA
41921
Zenith
41293
Satellite Receivers
Bell ExpressVu 11170, 10775
Chaparral
10216
Crossdigital 11109
DirecTV
11856, 11749, 11640,
11639, 11609, 11442,
11414, 11392, 11377,
11142, 11109, 10819,
10749, 10639, 10566,
10392, 10247, 10099
Dish
11775, 11505, 11170,
Network
10775
System
Dishpro
11775, 11505, 10775
Echostar
11775, 11505, 11170,
10775
Expressvu 11775, 10775
Fortec Star 11821
Funai
11377
GE
10566
GOI
11775, 10775
Hitachi
11250, 10819, 10749
Houston
10775
HTS
11775, 10775
Hughes
11749, 11442, 11142,
Network
10749
Systems
Humax
11790, 11781
Innova
10099
JVC
11775, 11170, 10775
LG
11414
Magnavox 10722
Mitsubishi 10749
Netsat
10099
Panasonic 10701, 10247
Pansat
11807
Philips
11749, 11442, 11142,
10775, 10749, 10722,
10099
Proscan
10566, 10392
RadioShack 10775, 10566
RCA
11442, 11392, 11142,
10855, 10775, 10566,
10392, 10143
Samsung
11609, 11442, 11377,
11276, 11142, 11109
Satellite Receivers
SKY
10099
Sony
11640, 11639, 10639
Thomson
10566, 10392
Tivo
11442, 11142
Toshiba
11749, 10790, 10749
UltimateTV 11640, 11392
Uniden
10722
Zenith
11856, 11810
VCRs
A-Mark
ABS
Accurian
Admiral
Adventura
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
Alba
Alienware
Allegro
America
Action
American
High
Amstrad
Astra
Audiovox
Avis
Bell &
Howell
Bell
ExpressVu
Broksonic
20278, 20046, 20037,
20000
21972
20000
20479, 20209, 20060,
20048, 20047, 20039
20037, 20000
20278
20124, 20037, 20000
20242, 20175
20278, 20209
21972
20039
20278
20081, 20035
20000
20035
20278, 20038, 20037
20000
20479, 20048, 20046,
20039, 20035, 20000
21944
20479, 20209, 20184,
20121
Calix
20037
Candle
20038, 20037
Canon
20035
Carver
20081, 20035
CCE
20278
Cineral
20278
Citizen
20479, 20278, 20209,
20037, 20035, 20000
Classic
20037
Colortyme 20278, 20060, 20045,
20035
Colt
20000
Craig
20047, 20037
Criterion
20000
Crosley
20081, 20035, 20000
Crown
20278
Curtis
20432, 20278, 20162,
Mathes
20060, 20035, 20000
CyberPower 21972
Daewoo
20278, 20046, 20045,
20037
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Appendix A: Programming the Remote Control, continued
Programming Codes, continued
VCRs
Daytron
Dell
Denon
DirecTV
Dish
Network
System
Dishpro
Dual
Durabrand
Dynatech
Echostar
Electrohome
20278, 20037
21972
20081, 20042
20739
21944
21944
20000
20039, 20038
20000
21944
20209, 20060, 20043,
20037, 20000
Electrophonic 20037
Emerald
20184, 20121
Emerex
20032
Emerson
21593, 20593, 20479,
20278, 20209, 20184,
20121, 20043, 20037,
20000
Expressvu 21944
Fisher
20047, 20046, 20039,
20000
Fuji
20035, 20033
Fujitsu
20000
Funai
21593, 20593, 20278,
20037, 20000
Garrard
20000
Gateway
21972
GE
20060, 20048, 20035,
20000
Gemini
20060
Genexxa
20278, 20037, 20000
GFM
21593
Go Video
20614, 20432
GOI
21944
GoldStar
20278, 20039, 20038,
20037, 20035, 20000
Goodmans 20278, 20081, 20037,
20000
Gradiente
20000
Granada
20081, 20042
Grundig
20081
Harley
20000
Davidson
Harman/
20081, 20075, 20038
Kardon
Headquarter 20046
Hewlett
21972
Packard
HI-Q
20047, 20035, 20000
Hitachi
20089, 20045, 20042,
20037, 20035, 20000
Howard
21972
Computers
HP
21972
VCRs
HTS
Hughes
Network
Systems
Humax
Hush
Hytek
iBUYPOWER
Instant
Replay
Jensen
JVC
KEC
Kenwood
Kodak
KTV
LG
Linksys
Lloyd’s
Loewe
Logik
Lumatron
Luxor
LXI
21944
20739, 20042
21988, 21797, 20739
21972
20047, 20000
21972
20035
20067
21944, 20067
20278, 20037
20067, 20046, 20038
20037, 20035
20000
20038, 20037
21972
20038, 20000
20081
20000
20278
20046
20067, 20042, 20037,
20000
Magnasonic 20593, 20278, 20037,
20000
Magnavox 21593, 20618, 20593,
20563, 20081, 20048,
20039, 20037, 20035,
20000
Marantz
20081, 20038, 20035
Marta
20037
Matsui
20209, 20037
Matsushita 20162, 20081, 20035
Media
21972
Center PC
MEI
20035
Memorex
20479, 20278, 20209,
20162, 20048, 20047,
20046, 20039, 20037,
20035, 20000
Metz
20037
MGA
20060, 20043
Microsoft
21972
Mind
21972
Minolta
20042
Mitsubishi 20443, 20242, 20214,
20173, 20075, 20067,
20060, 20048, 20047,
20043, 20042, 20000
Motorola
20048, 20035
MTC
20000
MTX
20000
Multitech
20039, 20000
NEC
20067, 20038
Nikko
20278, 20037
VCRs
Nikkodo
Niveus
Media
Northgate
Olympus
Onkyo
Optimus
20278, 20037
21972
21972
20162, 20035
20222
21062, 21048, 20593,
20432, 20162, 20048,
20047, 20037, 20035,
20000
Orion
20479, 20278, 20209,
20184, 20121, 20000
Panama
20035
Panasonic 21062, 20616, 20614,
20225, 20162, 20035,
20000
Penney
20162, 20081, 20067,
20047, 20042, 20038,
20037, 20035, 20000
Pentax
20042
Philco
20479, 20209, 20081,
20035, 20000
Philips
21181, 21081, 20739,
20618, 20616, 20209,
20162, 20081, 20048,
20045, 20035, 20000
Pilot
20037
Pioneer
20162, 20081, 20067,
20042
Polk Audio 20081
Portland
20278
Presidian
21593
Proscan
20060
Protec
20000
Pulsar
20278, 20039
Quarter
20046
Quartz
20047, 20046, 20035
Quasar
20162, 20035
RadioShack 20162, 20048, 20047,
20046, 20037, 20035,
20000
Radix
20037
Randex
20037
RCA
20880, 20060, 20048,
20045, 20042, 20035,
20000
Realistic
20278, 20162, 20121,
20048, 20047, 20046,
20037, 20035, 20000
ReplayTV
20616, 20614
Ricavision 21972
Runco
20039
Salora
20075
Samsung
20739, 20432, 20060,
20045, 20038, 20000
Sanky
20048, 20039
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Appendix A: Programming the Remote Control, continued
Programming Codes, continued
VCRs
Sansui
20479, 20209, 20067,
20000
Sanyo
20479, 20159, 20047,
20046, 20000
Scott
20184, 20121, 20045,
20043
Sears
20209, 20162, 20067,
20060, 20048, 20047,
20046, 20045, 20043,
20042, 20039, 20037,
20035, 20033, 20000
Sharp
20848, 20048, 20047,
20032, 20000
Shintom
20039, 20000
Siemens
20037
Signature
20479, 20060, 20048,
20046, 20037, 20035,
20000
Singer
20037
Sonic Blue 20616, 20614
Sonographe 20046
Sony
21972, 21032, 20636,
20067, 20047, 20046,
20035, 20033, 20032,
20000
Soundmaster 20000
Stack 9
21972
STS
20042
SV2000
20000
SVA
20000
Sylvania
21593, 20593, 20081,
20043, 20035, 20000
Symphonic 21593, 20593, 20000
Systemax
21972
Tagar
21972
Systems
Tandy
20000
Tashiko
20037
Tatung
20081, 20067, 20048,
20000
Teac
20067, 20000
Technics
20162, 20037, 20035,
20000
Teknika
20037, 20035, 20000
Tevion
20479
Thomas
20000
Thomson
20060
Tisonic
20278
Tivo
21944, 20739, 20636,
20618
TMK
20000
TNIX
20037
Toshiba
21988, 21972, 21008,
20209, 20045, 20043,
20000
Tosonic
20278
Totevision 20037
VCRs
Touch
Trix
Ultra
Vector
Vector
Research
Victor
Video Concepts
Videomagic
Videosonic
Viewsonic
Villain
Voodoo
Wards
21972
20037
20278, 20045
20045
20184, 20038
20067
20242, 20045
20037
20000
21972
20000
21972
20479, 20081, 20060,
20048, 20047, 20046,
20045, 20043, 20042,
20038, 20037, 20035,
20033, 20000
Wharfedale 20593
White
20479, 20278, 20209,
Westinghouse 20000
World
20479, 20209
XR-1000
20035, 20000
Yamaha
20038
Zenith
21139, 20479, 20278,
20209, 20039, 20037,
20033, 20000
ZT Group
21972
DVD and Blu-ray Players
3D LAB
30539, 30503
Accurian
31416, 30675
Acoustic
30730
Solutions
Adcom
31094
Afreey
30698
Aiwa
30641, 30533
Akai
31089, 30770, 30705,
30695
Alba
30717, 30672
Alco
30790
Allegro
30869
Amphion
30872
Media
Works
AMW
30872
Apex Digital 31061, 31056, 31020,
31004, 30797, 30796,
30794, 30755, 30717,
30672, 30533
Arrgo
31023
Aspire
31168, 31407
Digital
Astar
31489
Audiovox
31041, 30790, 30717
Awa
30730
DVD and Blu-ray Players
B&K
30662, 30655
BBK
31224
Bel Canto
31571
Design
Blaupunkt 30717
Blue Parade 30571
Blue Sky
30699, 30695
Bose
32023, 31895
Brandt
30651
Broksonic 30695
California
30490
Audio Labs
Celestial
31020
Centrex
31004, 30672
Cinea
30831
CineVision 30869, 30833
Citizen
32116, 31587, 31277,
31003, 30695
Clairtone
30571
Coby
31351, 31177, 31165,
31107, 31086, 31077,
30852, 30778
Craig
30831
Creative
30539, 30503
Curtis
31087
Mathes
CyberHome 31537, 31502, 31129,
31117, 31024, 31023,
30874, 30816
Cytron
30705
Daewoo
31242, 31234, 31172,
31169, 30869, 30833,
30784, 30770, 30705
Dansai
30770
Daytek
30872
Decca
30770
Denon
32258, 30634, 30490
Denver
30778
Desay
31407
DigitalMax 31738
Digitrex
30672
Disney
31270, 30675
DiViDo
30705
Dual
31068, 30675
Durabrand 31127, 31023
DVD2000
30521
Electrohome 32116, 31003
Emerson
31268, 30675, 30591
Enterprise 30591
Entivo
30539, 30503
Enzer
30770
ESA
31268
Firstline
30651
Fisher
30670
Funai
31268, 30675
Gateway
31158, 31077, 31073
GE
30815, 30717, 30522
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Appendix A: Programming the Remote Control, continued
Programming Codes, continued
DVD and Blu-ray Players
GFM
31268, 30675
Go Video
31730, 31304, 31158,
31144, 31099, 31075,
31044, 30869, 30833,
30783, 30744, 30741,
30717, 30715, 30573
GoldStar
30869, 30741
Goodmans 30790
GPX
30769, 30699
Gradiente
30651, 30490
Greenhill
30717
Grundig
30705, 30539
Harman/
30702, 30582
Kardon
Hello Kitty 30831
Hitachi
30664, 30573
Hiteker
30672
Humax
31588, 31500
iLo
31348
Initial
30717
Insignia
32095, 31268, 30675
Integra
31769, 30627, 30571
IRT
30783
JBL
30702
JMB
30695
JSI
31423
JVC
31550, 31275, 31164,
30867, 30623, 30558
jWin
31049
Kawasaki
30790
Kenwood
30534, 30490
KLH
31149, 31020, 30790,
30717
Kloss
30533
Koss
31423, 31061, 30769,
30651
Lasonic
30798, 30627
Lecson
31533
Lenoxx
31127
LG
30869, 30741, 30591
LiteOn
31738, 31656, 31440,
31416, 31158, 31058
Loewe
30741, 30511
Logix
30783
Magnasonic 30675, 30651
Magnavox 31506, 31354, 31268,
30675, 30646, 30539,
30503
Marantz
30675, 30539, 30503
McIntosh
31533, 31273
Medion
30651
Memorex
31270, 30831, 30695
Microsoft
32083, 30522
Minato
30752
Mintek
30839, 30717
Mitsubishi 31521, 30521
Mustek
30730
DVD and Blu-ray Players
Myryad
30894
NAD
30741
Naiko
30770
NEC
30869, 30785
Nesa
30717
NexxTech
31402
Norcent
31265, 31107, 31003,
30872
Onkyo
31769, 30627, 30503
Oppo
31224, 30575
Optimus
30571
Oritron
30651
Palsonic
30852, 30672
Panasonic 31762, 31641, 30703,
30632, 30571, 30503,
30490
Philco
30675
Philips
32084, 32056, 31506,
31354, 31340, 31267,
31158, 30675, 30646,
30539, 30503
Phonotrend 30699
PianoDisc 31024
Pioneer
31571, 31512, 31460,
30632, 30631, 30571,
30525, 30142
Polaroid
31086, 31061, 31020
Polk Audio 30539
Portland
30770
Presidian
31738, 30675
Proceed
30672
Proscan
30522
Prosonic
30699
ProVision
30778
Qwestar
30651
Radionette 30741
RadioShack 30571
RCA
31769, 30822, 30790,
30717, 30571, 30522
Realistic
30571
Reoc
30752
Revoy
30699
Rio
30869
Rotel
31178, 30623
Rowa
31004
Saba
30651
Sampo
30752, 30698
Samsung
31075, 31044, 30820,
30744, 30573, 30490,
30199
Sansui
30695
Sanyo
30873, 30695, 30675,
30670
Schneider 30783
Schwaiger 30752
Sensory
31158
Science
DVD and Blu-ray Players
Sharp
32250, 31256, 30752,
30675, 30630
Sharper
31117
Image
Sherwood 31077, 31043, 30770,
30633
Sherwood 31077
Newcastle
Shinsonic
30839, 30533
Slim Art
30784
SM Elec30730
tronic
Sonic Blue 31099, 30869, 30783,
30715, 30573
Sony
31536, 31533, 31516,
31431, 31070, 31033,
30864, 30533
Sungale
31074
SVA
30860, 30717
Sylvania
31268, 30675
Symphonic 31268, 30675
TAG
30894
McLaren
Tatung
30770
Teac
30790, 30717, 30571
Technics
30703, 30490
Technika
30770
Technosonic 30730
Tevion
30651
Theta Digital 30571
Thomson
30522, 30511
Tivo
31588, 31512, 31503
Toshiba
31769, 31608, 31588,
31515, 31510, 31503,
31154, 30695, 30573,
30539, 30503
Tredex
30800
Unimax
30770
United
30730
Universum 30591
Urban Con- 30539, 30503
cepts
US Logic
30839
V
31226, 31064
Venturer
30790
Vizio
31226, 31064
Wesder
30699
Xbox
32083, 30522
Yamaha
30646, 30545, 30539,
30497, 30490
Yamakawa 30872
Zenith
30869, 30741, 30591,
30503
Zeus
30784
Zoece
31265
Appendices
Appendix B: Bypassing
the Parental Lock
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Mitsubishi Home Theater TV
C9 Series
737 Series
837 Series
Lock Bypass Instructions Have Been Filed for
Future Reference
Bypassing the Parental Lock
IMPORTANT
Cut along the dotted line and file bypass
instructions in a safe place for future
reference.
After you set the lock, you must use your pass code to:
• View a locked program
• View the locked TV
• Cancel the lock
• Enter the Lock menus
If you forget your pass code, you can view the locked
TV without entering your pass code. When prompted
for the pass code, press the number 9 and
(LAST)
keys on the TV remote control at the same time. This
process temporarily unlocks the TV.
When entering the Lock menu, you are prompted to
enter a pass code.
•
To change the pass code, press 9 and
(LAST)
at the same time. Either enter a new pass code to
open the Lock menu and make changes or press
BACK to close the menu.
•
If any of the locks are turned on and you exit the
menus when prompted for a new code, the old
code and all lock settings are retained.
•
If all locks are turned off and you exit the menus
when prompted for a new code, then the previous
code is erased.
IMPORTANT
When changing or deleting your pass code,
you must use the remote control included
with this TV. You cannot use a Mitsubishi
remote control from another component or a
“universal” remote.
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Appendix C: HDMI Control of CEC Devices
Many new HDMI devices have a feature called Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) or HDMI Control.
HDMI Control allows one device, such as the TV, to
control other devices, such as an A/V receiver or disc
player. Use of CEC is optional.
Each manufacturer chooses which CEC functions to
support so it is difficult to predict which devices and
features are compatible with Mitsubishi’s HDMI Control.
You may find that CEC functions for a specific device are
limited.
To use HDMI Control, you must enable it in both
the TV and the device.
• In the TV. Enable HDMI control from the New
Device Found screen or from the Inputs > HDMI
Control menu.
• In the Device. Most devices with HDMI CEC compatibility let you turn it on or off in the device menus,
where it is typically listed as “HDMI Control.”
4. If prompted for a name,
highlight the name you want
to assign the device.
5. Highlight On.
7. Highlight EXIT and press ENTER to close the New
Device Found screen.
Note: At any time after completing Auto Input Sensing, you can set the TV’s HDMI control on or off
in the Inputs > HDMI Control menu.
8. 837 Series. To supplement HDMI control with
NetCommand IR control, see page 45.
Enabling HDMI Control of CEC Devices
To ensure proper detection
• Power on HDMI devices before connecting them to
the TV.
• Connect and set up HDMI devices one at a time.
1. Power on the device and allow it to complete the
power-on sequence (boot up). Stop any playback.
2. Connect the device to one of the TV’s HDMI inputs.
3. When the TV detects the connection, the New
Device Found screen will appear.
Note: See “If the New Device Found Screen Displays
No HDMI Control Option” on this page if there is
no HDMI Control option.
New Device Found screen with HDMI Control option.
This screen displays only if the device’s HDMI Control is
enabled.
If the New Device Found Screen
Displays No HDMI Control Option
If the New Device Found screen shows no option for
HDMI Control, one of these conditions applies:
• HDMI Control is turned off in the menus of the
new device
Action:
a. Highlight EXIT and press ENTER to close the
New Device Found screen.
b. Display the device’s setup menus and enable
the device’s CEC capabilities.
c. Wait for the TV’s New Device Found screen
to appear again.
d. If the New Device Found screen does not
appear, power off the device. Power on the
device and wait for the New Device Found
screen to display with the HDMI Control
option.
• The device does not have CEC compatibility
Action:
-- Control the device with its own remote
control or program the TV’s remote control to
operate the device.
-- 837 Series. Use the TV’s NetCommand IR
control (page 45).
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Appendix C: HDMI Control of CEC Devices, continued
HDMI Control of an HDMI A/V
Receiver and Connected Devices
2.
3.
4.
5.
described in “Enabling HDMI Control of CEC
Devices” on the previous page.
Power on the HDMI device you wish to connect to
the A/V receiver (such as a disc player, cable box,
or satellite receiver). Allow the device to complete
the power-on sequence (boot up). Stop playback if
the device starts playing.
Connect the device to the A/V receiver with an
HDMI cable.
Select the device’s HDMI input on the A/V receiver’s front panel controls or remote control.
When the TV detects the connection, the New
Device Found screen will appear.
Note: If the TV is unable to detect the device, either
the device’s CEC capability is not enabled or
the device is not CEC compatible. Enable
HDMI control through the device’s menus
before continuing. You may need to temporarily connect the device directly to the TV to view
device menus.
6. Highlight On.
7. Highlight EXIT and press ENTER to close the New
8.
Device Found screen.
Optional: Connect the TV’s DIGITAL AUDIO
OUTPUT to an input on the A/V receiver. Use this
additional connection if:
• You want the ability to switch between the A/V
receiver speakers and the TV speakers.
• You want to use the A/V receiver to listen to
devices connected to the TV only, e.g., an
antenna input or camcorder.
9. 837 Series. If desired, perform NetCommand IR
Learning to supplement CEC functions. You must
first connect and place IR emitters for the devices.
See page 45.
AVR
AUDIO
OUTPUT
DVI/PC
INPUT
L
R
AUDIO
R AUDIO L
L
ANT 2 / AUX
ANT 1 / MAIN
Y
R
Y/ VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
R
HDMI
VIDEO: 480i/480p/720p/1080i/1080p
AUDIO: PCM STEREO
VIDEO
INPUT 3
Optional
digital audio
connection
AUDIO L
Pr
Pb
Pb
IR-NetCommand
PC: VGA, W-VGA, SVGA, W-SVGA,
XGA, W-XGA, SXGA, 720p/ 1080p
R
Output / External
Controller Input
INPUT 2
1. Enable HDMI Control for the A/V receiver as
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI
1
2
3
Pr
(480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i)
INPUT 1
Note: Connect the A/V receiver to the TV with an
HDMI cable before making other connections.
3D
GLASSES
EMITTER
S-VIDEO
INPUT 3
TV back panel
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT
HDMI OUT
A/V receiver with
HDMI output
VCR
High-definition
DVD player
DVD player
Cable box
Connecting HDMI devices. The optional digital audio
connection allows you to hear audio through the A/V
receiver from devices connected to the TV only.
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Appendix C: HDMI Control of CEC Devices, continued
Resolving CEC Conflicts
Using HDMI Control
Because each manufacturer selects which CEC functions to support, some devices can conflict with other
devices. If control conflicts arise, you can:
• Turn off TV control of an individual CEC-enabled
device (see below).
• Turn off CEC in the setup menu of one of the
devices.
As an example of using HDMI Control, press PLAY on
the device itself to:
• Power on the TV
• Switch to the device (no need to display the
Activity menu)
• Begin play of the device
Turning Off the TV’s HDMI Control of a CEC Device
Test your equipment with the TV’s remote control to
find additional supported commands. See the table
below for commands that may be available, depending
on the individual device.
1. Press MENU on the TV remote control.
2. Highlight Inputs > HDMI Control and press ENTER
to open the menu.
Direct Keys
3. Move to the device name and press
CEC-enabled VCR, DVD, and DVR functions that
may be available:
4.
Record/
Playback
to select
Off to turn off the TV’s ability to control the device.
Press MENU to clear the menu.
Inputs > HDMI Control menu
Removing an HDMI Device
1. Power off the device.
2. Disconnect the HDMI cable.
3. Press MENU on the TV remote control to enter the
4.
5.
6.
TV main menu.
Highlight Inputs > Name and press ENTER to open
the menu.
Select Delete from the HDMI input names.
Press MENU to clear the menus.
Menu
Navigation
Channel Tuning
Other
CHANNEL UP/DN
Guide
Enter
Digits 0–9, CANCEL
MENU
CANCEL
(to cancel)
ENTER
If you have a CEC-enabled A/V receiver, CEC-enabled
devices connected to the A/V receiver with an HDMI
cable may also be controllable. They can be selected
from the TV’s Activity menu.
CEC-enabled A/V receiver functions that may be
available:
• Try the VOLUME UP/DOWN, MUTE, and menu-navigation
keys.
• To open the A/V receiver menu, follow these steps:
1. While watching TV, press More then 9 (AUDIO).
2. Press until the Speakers option displays.
3. Press to select AVR as the source.
4. Press MORE and then 1 (MENU) to display the
menu.
The MORE Menu
Press MORE on the TV’s remote control to see a menu
of additional supported functions for the current
CEC-enabled device. To issue a command, press the
number key indicated in the menu.
Inputs > Name menu with Delete selected for HDMI-3.
MORE key: Sample menu for
a CEC-enabled DVD player
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Appendices
Appendix D: TV Care
Lamp-Cartridge Replacement and Cleaning
CAUTION: If the television is on, press POWER to turn it off. Unplug the television and
allow it to cool for at least one hour before attempting to replace the lamp cartridge.
Lamp
The light source for this television is a
lamp, which is part of a lamp cartridge
assembly. The life of the lamp can
BURN DANGER! HOT SURFACES INSIDE!
vary, based on the lamp itself, the air
Touch
lamp cartridge handle only. Do not touch lamp or lamp cartemperature around the TV while it is
tridge
housing.
Keep lamp cartridge horizontal during removal. Do
operating, the selected lamp mode, and
not
tilt
as
glass
may
come out and cause injury. Replace lamp caryour viewing patterns. Warmer air or
tridge
only
with
the same part number 915B403001.
poor ventilation shorten the lamp life,
as does use of the Bright lamp mode
and turning the television on and off
frequently. Mitsubishi warrants the lamp for one (1) year from the date of
WARNING
original TV purchase at retail.
THE ACCESS PANEL IS
To Order a New Lamp
PROVIDED WITH AN INTERLOCK
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
To Receive a Replacement Lamp Under Warranty
EXCESSIVE ULTRAVIOLET
• Visit our website at www.mitsuparts.com.
RADIATION. DO NOT DEFEAT
• Call (800) 553-7278. Please have model number, serial number,
ITS PURPOSE OR ATTEMPT TO
and TV purchase date available.
SERVICE WITHOUT REMOVING
Important: All lamps replaced under warranty must be returned to
PANEL COMPLETELY.
Mitsubishi where they will be inspected for defect verification.
CAUTION
To Purchase a Replacement Lamp After Warranty
Visit our website at www.mitsuparts.com or call (800) 553-7278. Order the following:
Lamp Part Number 915B403001
Lamp-Substitution Alert
MDEA recommends that you use only genuine Replacement Lamp Assemblies purchased directly from Mitsubishi or a
Mitsubishi Authorized Dealer or Mitsubishi Authorized Service Center. MDEA advises that replacement lamps obtained
separately from the Lamp Cartridge and/or Lamp Assemblies obtained from unauthorized sellers may be incorrect for
your television, may not fit or perform properly and may even damage your television. MDEA can not be responsible
for the performance, reliability or safety of any replacement lamps that are obtained from unauthorized sources.
WARNING
•
•
•
•
•
•
Do not remove the lamp cartridge immediately after turning off the television. You may get burned because the
lamp is very hot. Allow the television to cool for at least one hour before replacing the lamp cartridge.
Do not remove the lamp cartridge except when replacing it. Careless treatment can result in injury or fire.
Do not touch the lamp glass element. It may be very hot and break, causing injuries or burns.
Be sure not to insert any metal or flammable object into the lamp cartridge opening, as it may cause fire or electrical
shock. If a foreign object is inserted into the opening, unplug the AC cord of the TV and contact your dealer for service.
Install the lamp cartridge securely. Failure to do so may cause a fire.
Do not touch the lamp glass elements. Oils from your fingers may cause premature lamp failure.
Hg
= MERCURY
THE LAMP INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS MERCURY AND MUST BE RECYCLED OR
DISPOSED OF ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL LAWS. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance at
www.eiae.org
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Appendices
Appendix D: TV Care, continued
Lamp-Cartridge Replacement
Removing the Old Lamp Cartridge
1. Turn off TV power and unplug the TV. Allow the
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
lamp to cool for at least one hour before proceeding.
After the lamp has cooled, remove the cover of the
lamp compartment, located on the back of the TV.
Refer to figures 1 and 2. Use a #2 (medium) Phillips
screwdriver to loosen the screw securing the cover.
Keep the screw and cover for re-installation
With a medium Phillips screwdriver, loosen the two
screws securing the lamp cartridge until they disengage from the mating threads. These are captive
screws and cannot be separated from the lamp
cartridge.
Fully open the bag supplied with the replacement
lamp and set the opened bag aside.
Gently grasp the handle of the lamp cartridge and
pull the old cartridge straight out. See figure 3.
CAUTION: Do not tilt or rotate the cartridge, as
small glass fragments may fall out.
Without tilting or putting down the lamp cartridge,
insert it into the opened bag. Close the bag while
being careful not to let any glass particles fall out.
Installing the New Lamp Cartridge
1. Do not touch the glass parts of the new lamp cartridge. Insert the new cartridge into the TV in the
same orientation as the old cartridge. Push on the
cartridge housing until it is fully seated.
2. Gently tighten the screws with the screwdriver.
AVOID OVERTIGHTENING!
3. Replace the plastic cover and retaining screws.
4. WASH YOUR HANDS THOROUGHLY, AS THIS
LAMP CONTAINS MERCURY.
Disposal of the Old Lamp Cartridge
Lamp under warranty: All lamps replaced under warranty must be returned to Mitsubishi. Use the return
shipping label provided and send to Mitsubishi Digital
Electronics, America, 625 Braselton Parkway, Suite 200,
Braselton, GA 30517.
IMPORTANT: Lamps found to be without defect will
be returned and charged back to the sender.
Lamp no longer under warranty: Contact your
local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance at
www.eiae.org for lamp-disposal or recycling instructions.
Do not dispose of the old lamp with common trash.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Use only replacement lamp part number
915B403001.
Lamp-Cartridge Filter Cleaning
If the TV shuts off after displaying the message “TV
will shut down in a few seconds. Please check if the
air flow is blocked” and/or the STATUS LED is yellow, the
air filter may need cleaning. The air filter is part of the
lamp cartridge. Use the following procedure to clean
the filter.
1. Remove the lamp cartridge from the TV as
described under “Removing the Old Lamp Cartridge.” Do not tilt or rotate the cartridge. Do not
touch the glass parts of the lamp cartridge.
2. Holding the lamp cartridge horizontal (do not tilt or
rotate), use a soft dry brush or vacuum cleaner to
remove any dust that may be present on the mesh
filter. Do not use liquids. See figure 4.
3. Reinstall the lamp cartridge as described under
“Installing the New Lamp Cartridge.”
Figure 4
Keep lamp
cartridge horizontal
and remove dust
from the mesh filter
using a vacuum
cleaner or soft dry
brush.
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Appendix D: TV Care, continued
Cleaning Recommendations
Normally, light dusting with a dry, non-scratching duster
will keep your TV clean. If cleaning beyond this is
needed, please use the following guidelines:
First, turn off the TV and unplug the power cord from
the power outlet.
Occasionally clean dust build-up from the air-intake
grilles on the back and sides of the TV. Clean using a
vacuum cleaner with a brush attachment.
Top and Sides of the TV
•
•
Gently wipe down your TV with a soft, non-abrasive
cloth such as cotton flannel, microfiber, or a clean
cloth diaper, lightly moistened with water. Dry with
a second dry, soft, non-abrasive cloth.
For oily dirt, add a few drops of mild liquid detergent, such as dishwashing detergent, to the water
used to moisten the cloth. Rinse with a second
cloth moistened only with water. Dry with a third
dry, soft, non-abrasive cloth.
Screen
•
•
•
•
Follow the instructions for the top and sides, wiping
gently in an up and down motion.
Clean the entire screen evenly, not just sections of
the screen.
Do not allow liquid to drip down the screen, as
some liquid may enter the TV through the gap
between the screen and screen frame.
You may purchase Mitsubishi Screen Cleaner, part
number CLEANER-VSS, by calling (800) 553-7278.
General Cleaning Precautions
•
•
•
•
•
DO NOT allow liquid to enter the TV through the
ventilation slots or any crevice.
DO NOT use any strong or abrasive cleaners, as
these can scratch the surfaces.
DO NOT use any cleaners containing ammonia,
bleach, alcohol, benzene, or thinners, as these can
dull the surfaces.
DO NOT spray liquids or cleaners directly on the
TV’s surfaces.
DO NOT scrub or rub the TV harshly. Wipe it gently.
Care of the Remote Control
Remote Control Tips
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
For longer life, use alkaline batteries.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Be within 20 feet of the equipment.
Do not press two or more keys at the same time
unless instructed to do so.
Do not allow the unit to get wet or become heated.
Keep the unit out of direct sunlight.
Avoid dropping on hard surfaces.
Do not use harsh chemicals to clean. Use only a
soft, lightly moistened cloth.
Resetting the Remote Control
If TV mode is selected and the TV does not respond
properly, reset the remote control.
1. Press and hold POWER for several seconds until the
mode indicator blinks twice and goes off.
2. Release the POWER key.
3. Press keys 0 0 9 3 5 and the mode indicator will
blink twice when you finish entering the code.
When entering the code, pause for a moment
between each key press to ensure it is recognized.
Low-Battery Indicator
If you press a key and the mode indicator blinks five
times, replace the remote control’s batteries.
Appendices
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Appendix E: Troubleshooting
TV Reset Comparison Guide
You can resolve many common TV problems using
the reset functions described in the following table.
See also the troubleshooting suggestions later in this
appendix.
IMPORTANT
Before you change sound or picture settings: If
picture or sound settings seem wrong for a broadcast
channel (a channel from the ANT input, a cable box, or
satellite receiver), first check other channels from the
same input before changing settings. If most other
channels from the same input seem correct, there is
likely a problem with the broadcast rather than with the
TV. Use care in this case, as changes you make to fix
problems on individual channels also affect all other
channels on the same input.
Reset Name
When to Use
How to Use
Resulting Action
Format
When the picture
shape seems
incorrect, use
MORE > 0 (FORMAT) to
change the shape of
the picture.
Press the MORE key and then repeatedly press 0 (FORMAT) to cycle
through the available aspect ratios.
The last-used format for a signal
type is memorized for each input.
The next time the same input and
the same signal type is viewed,
the last-used format will be
recalled.
PerfectColor™
Reset
or
PerfectColor™/
PerfecTint™
Reset (837
Series)
(for the single
input currently
being watched)
When the color
1. While viewing the input to
intensities seem out
be reset, press MENU and
of balance, use the
go to Adjust > Picture+ >
PerfectColor/PerfecTint
PerfectColor.
reset to reset the color 2. Press ENTER to display the
balances to the original
PerfectColor adjustment screen.
factory settings.
3. Press CANCEL to reset the colors.
Both PerfectColor and
PerfecTint are reset at
the same time.
All PerfectColor/PerfecTint
sliders are reset to the original
center position. The PefectColor/
PerfecTint settings for other
inputs remain unchanged.
A/V Memory
Reset
(for the single
input currently
being watched)
When audio and/
or video settings for
a single input seem
incorrect, use A/V
Memory Reset to
return the input to
the original factory
settings.
1. While viewing the input to reset,
press MENU and go to Adjust >
Reset.
2. Press ENTER to highlight the
Reset icon.
3. Press ENTER again to reset.
All Audio and Video settings
for the individual input are
reset except for the Listen To,
Language, audio Balance,
Closed Caption, and Advanced
Picture settings.
Service and Customer Support
Customer Support
Service
• To order replacement or additional remote controls or lamp cartridges, visit our website at www.
mitsuparts.com or call (800) 553-7278.
If you are unable to correct a problem with your TV,
consult your Mitsubishi dealer or Mitsubishi Consumer Relations at (800) 332-2119.
• DO NOT adjust any controls other than those
described in this Owner’s Guide.
• DO NOT remove the protective back cover of
your TV.
• For questions:
Call Consumer Relations at 800-332-2119.
E-mail: MDEAservice@mdea.com
Website: www.mitsubishi-tv.com
Important
All lamps replaced under warranty must be returned
to Mitsubishi where they will be inspected for defect
verification.
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Reset Name
When to Use
How to Use
Resulting Action
A/V Reset
(for all inputs)
To reset audio and
video adjustments for
all inputs to the original
factory settings.
While viewing the TV, press the
control-panel buttons ACTIVITY and
VOLUME DOWN at the same time for at
least two seconds.
All Audio and Video settings are
returned to the original factory
settings, including Listen To,
Language, audio Balance,
Closed Captions, and Format.
Channel
Memorization
To erase and
re-memorize channels
on the Ant input.
1. While viewing the TV, press
MENU to display the main menu.
2. Navigate to the Initial> Channel
menu.
3. Press ENTER.
4. Highlight the reception mode,
e.g. Ant Air.
5. Highlight Scan.
6. Press ENTER to start channel
memorization.
All previously memorized channels for the antenna input are
erased and a new set of memorized channels is created. To add
or delete individual channels, see
Initial > Channel > Edit menu
instructions on page 39.
Lock Menu
Pass Code
To change your Lock
menu pass code
See the cutout page from Appendix B,
page 65.
Allows establishment of a new
code.
Control-Panel
Lock Release
To re-enable the
control-panel buttons
after activation of the
Control-Panel Lock
Press and hold the ACTIVITY button
Allows the control panel to be
on the control panel for ten seconds. unlocked if the remote control is
If the TV is powered off, you can
misplaced.
now press the POWER button to turn
it on.
Auto Input
Sensing for
HDMI
If the New Device
Found screen does
not appear when you
connect an HDMI
device.
1. Disconnect the HDMI device.
2. Delete the HDMI input in the
Inputs > Name menu (see page
40).
3. Power on and connect the new
device.
The New Device Found screen
will display.
System Reset
If the TV does not turn
on or off, does not
respond to the remote
control or controlpanel buttons, or has
audio but no video.
Press and hold the POWER button on
the control panel for ten seconds.
The TV will turn off. Power on the
TV and the green LED will flash
quickly for about one minute. The
changes you made most recently,
before using SYSTEM RESET, may
be lost.
TV Reset
To reset all consumeraccessible settings
and all memories to
the original factory
defaults.
1. While viewing the TV, press
MENU to display the TV main
menu.
2. With the main menu displayed,
press number keys 1 2 3 to
display the Reset menu.
Use TV Reset if the TV
3. READ THE ON-SCREEN
can respond to conWARNING AND INSTRUCtrols but TV behavior is
TIONS.
abnormal.
• If you do not wish to use this
CAUTION: All ownerreset, press BACK or MENU to
performed setups and
back out.
adjustments will be
• If you do wish to use the
erased.
reset, press ENTER to erase
all memories and settings.
The TV will start the initialization
process and then turn off.
Power on the TV and the front
green LED will start flashing. All
memory and settings outlined in
this Owner’s Guide will need to
be set again.
IMPORTANT:
Use this reset
only if other
troubleshooting
has been unsuccessful.
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General TV Operation
Symptom
Remarks
1.
A fan is running even while the TV is powered The room is too warm. When the TV is off, internal components
off.
continue to draw power and must be cooled by the fan.
2.
The fan gets louder after the TV is shut off.
Normal operation. The fan speeds up to cool the lamp quickly
after the TV has been shut off.
3.
The TV remote control does not work.
•
•
•
•
•
4.
When I try to use the remote control, the
POWER key blinks five times.
Replace the batteries.
5.
TV does not respond to the remote control or •
to control-panel buttons and TV will not power •
on or off.
Unplug the AC power cord for 10 seconds.
Press and hold the POWER button on the control panel to
perform system reset.
6.
When a device is selected from the Activity
menu, the screen is blue or black (no signal
source).
•
•
Make sure the selected device is turned on.
Begin play of the device.
7.
You have forgotten your Lock menu pass code.
See “Bypassing the Parental Lock”, Appendix B.
8.
Rating restrictions are not working.
Open the Lock > Parental Lock menu and:
• Verify that the ratings locks are active.
• Check the Lock Time/Unlock Time to check if rating restrictions are disabled.
• Rating restrictions apply only to content on the ANT input.
9.
On-screen displays appear each time you
change a function.
Normal TV operation.
10. A warning message appeared on screen
stating, “TV will shut down in a few seconds.
Please check if the air flow is blocked.”
•
•
•
11. I have turned on CEC for my HDMI devices but
control is erratic and I wish to disable it.
•
•
•
Check that the batteries are fresh and installed correctly.
Check that the control mode on the remote is set to TV.
Be no more than 20 feet from the TV when using the remote control.
Program the remote control to operate the TV or other device.
Reset the remote control.
Internal TV temperature has exceeded proper levels. Cool
the room.
The TV has overheated. Clear blocked air vents and ensure
at least four inches of clearance on all sides of the TV.
Clean the air filter on the lamp cartridge.
First turn off the TV’s HDMI control for the specific device.
Open the Inputs > HDMI Control menu, select the device,
select Off.
Disable CEC on the device itself. See the device’s instructions.
If the problem persists, do the following:
1. Disconnect the device from the TV.
2. Open the Inputs > Name menu and select Delete for the
device.
3. Reconnect the device to the TV and Auto Input Sensing
will recognize the device with CEC disabled.
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Appendix E: Troubleshooting, continued
TV Channels
1.
Symptom
Remarks
The TV takes several seconds to respond to
channel changes.
•
•
•
•
2.
You cannot access a channel.
•
•
•
•
•
•
3.
When ChannelView list is displayed, information appears incomplete
•
•
•
•
It is normal for digital channels to take longer to tune in.
Press ENTER after entering a channel number to avoid
delays.
Use a 4-digit number for an over-the-air digital channel.
Use a 6-digit number for digital cable channels if your cable
service is able to recognize 6-digit channel numbers.
Use number keys instead of CHANNEL Up/Down.
Be sure the channel you want to view is in memory.
Check that the TV is switched to the correct device or
antenna for that channel by pressing the ACTIVITY key.
Make sure the Lock > Parent menu lock is set to Off.
If you cannot tune to a virtual digital channel even though the
TV has already memorized digital channels, tune to the physical channel number used by the broadcaster. The virtual
channel will then be automatically added to memory.
You may be trying to tune to an analog channel that is no
longer broadcasting.
Press INFO to update the display for the highlighted channel.
Program information is displayed only for the currently tuned
channel.
Available information is sent from the broadcaster or cable
provider. No other data is available.
Make sure the TV clock is set correctly.
TV Power On/Off
Symptom
Remarks
1.
TV takes an excessively long time to power
on.
When powered on, the TV needs time to boot up, just as a computer does. Also, the TV’s lamp requires a few moments to heat
up to full brightness.
2.
You cannot program the TV to turn on automatically (Timer function)
•
•
The TV may be locked.
The clock may not be set.
3.
TV turned itself off and the light on the front
panel started to blink.
•
Momentary power fluctuation caused the TV to turn off to
prevent damage. Wait for the green light to stop flashing
and turn the TV on again.
If the TV does not stay on, press the POWER button on the
control panel for at least eight seconds to perform System
Reset. If this happens frequently, obtain an AC line power
conditioner/surge protector.
An unusual digital signal may have been received, triggering a
protection circuit. Wait for the light to stop flashing and turn TV
on.
•
•
4.
TV will not power off.
Press the POWER button on the control panel for ten seconds
to perform System Reset.
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Appendix E: Troubleshooting, continued
Picture
Symptom
Remarks
1.
Picture does not look like a high-definition
picture.
Not all signals are high-definition signals. To receive high-definition programming from your cable or satellite provider, you must
subscribe to the provider’s high-definition service. Some overthe-air broadcasts are in high-definition and can be received with
a high-quality antenna suited to your location.
2.
TV has sound but no picture.
•
•
Check that all video inputs are plugged in firmly.
Press and hold the POWER button on the control panel for
ten seconds to perform System Reset.
3.
Picture has become dimmer.
•
•
•
The lamp is nearing the end of its life. Order a new lamp.
Adjust picture brightness and contrast to maximum levels.
Change Lamp Energy from Standard to Bright.
4.
There is a large black or gray rectangle on
the screen.
The TV’s analog closed captioning has been set to “text” mode
in the Captions menu. Turn off because there is no text information being broadcast.
5.
You cannot view a picture when playing a
VHS tape.
Check your VCR’s owner’s guide for further troubleshooting.
6.
VCR or DVD player’s on-screen menus jitter
up and down.
Stop playback. Possible cause: Many VCRs and DVD players
provide on-screen menus at only half-resolution that may
appear to jitter up and down.
7.
When viewing a stopped VCR, white lines
are rolling on the screen.
•
•
•
8.
A color program appears as a black and
white image, or the colors are dim, or the
screen is black.
The PerfectColor color balance has been incorrectly set. Reset
the PerfectColor balance.
9.
Picture from an HDMI input is noisy (poor
quality).
Upgrade a Category 1 (unmarked) HDMI cable to a Category 2
high-speed HDMI cable.
10. The image from a computer appears distorted when viewed on the TV.
•
•
Turn off video mute for the VCR.
Begin playing the tape.
Change the VCR input from Line 1 to the VCR antenna input.
Normal TV operation. The TV does not correct distortion in
the picture from a computer because the correction process
may cut off the edges of the image.
The aspect ratio may be wrong for the image. Press MORE
and then 0 (FORMAT) to change.
Sound
1.
Symptom
Remarks
There is no sound even when the
volume is turned up.
•
•
•
•
•
Check if the MUTE key is on.
The TV’s “Listen to:” setting may be set to SAP (analog program
from the ANT input) but no SAP is being broadcast.
Check that the Speakers option is set to TV to hear sound from
the TV speakers. Possibly sound is being sent to one of the audio
outputs for an A/V receiver or headphones.
If using an A/V receiver, check that the Speakers option is set to AV
Receiver to hear sound from the A/V receiver speakers.
Press and hold the POWER button on the control panel for 10
seconds to perform System Reset.
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Appendix E: Troubleshooting, continued
Sound
Symptom
Remarks
2.
The sound does not match the screen
picture.
The TV’s “Listen to:” setting may be set to SAP (analog program from
the ANT input).
3.
The sound from my A/V receiver does
not match the screen picture (I should
hear the correct audio from my A/V
receiver).
•
•
Check that DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT and/or AVR AUDIO
OUTPUT on TV’s main panel is connected to the A/V receiver.
Without this connection, devices connected only to the TV (and
not the A/V receiver) can be heard only from the TV speakers.
Note that this includes the ANT input, a device (such as a
camcorder) connected to the convenience panel, and any other
device sending audio to the TV only.
If using a NetCommand-controlled A/V receiver, NetCommand
may be selecting the wrong A/V receiver audio input. Check the
A/V receiver’s NetCommand setup in the Inputs > AVR menu.
4.
Cannot select an audio-only device; it
does not appear in the Activity menu.
Plug an unused video plug into the Y/VIDEO jack to activate Auto
Input Sensing and make the audio device selectable in the Activity
menu.
5..
Sound is coming from the TV speakers
instead of the A/V receiver.
Disconnect headphones. Connect the TV’s AUDIO OUT to the A/V
receiver and select AV Receiver from the New Device Found screen.
NetCommand IR Control (NetCommand-equipped models only)
Symptom
Remarks
1.
•
Cannot see the menu from the A/V Receiver.
•
•
2.
NetCommand unable to learn specific device
keys.
•
•
•
•
•
A/V Receiver Set Up for Audio-Only Switching
The A/V Receiver is not connected to any video input of the
TV. To check the A/V Receiver menu, temporarily plug into
an unused input of the TV, such as Input 3. Exit the New
Device Found screen and select Input 3 from the Activity
menu. Press MENU on the A/V receiver’s remote control.
A/V Receiver Set Up for Audio and Video Switching over
HDMI
Use the MENU key on the A/V receiver’s remote control.
A/V Receiver with HDMI Control
Switch the remote control to AUDIO mode. Press the
MORE key and then 1 (Menu).
A/V Device does not use IR format for remote control
signal. ITT and RF formats cannot be learned.
Room lighting may affect the signal. Have the remotes very
close (6 inches or less) to the TV during Learning.
If learning a Mitsubishi remote control, make sure mode is
not set to TV.
Some, but not all, device key functions can be learned by
NetCommand. For example, POWER and PLAY may be
learned, but other functions may not.
The signal from the remote control may not be strong
enough. Insert fresh batteries and try Learning again.
Appendices
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Appendix E: Troubleshooting, continued
NetCommand IR Control (NetCommand-equipped models only)
Symptom
3.
Remarks
The A/V receiver is the selected audio source •
but there is no sound.
•
A/V Receiver Set Up for Audio-Only Switching
-- Check to see if the A/V Receiver power is turned on.
-- With A/V receiver power turned on, redisplay the Activity menu and press ENTER to allow NetCommand to
correctly select the A/V Receiver input.
-- Incorrect setup in the Inputs > AVR menu. Check the
device connection assigned in the AVR menu.
A/V Receiver Set Up for Audio and Video Switching over HDMI
-- Check to see if the A/V Receiver power is turned on.
-- If the device is connected only to the TV (e.g., on ANT
or a front panel input), verify that the TV’s AUDIO
OUTPUT is connected to the A/V receiver.
-- The A/V receiver is not switching properly because
you have not learned the IR codes for the A/V receiver
inputs to which your devices are connected.
4.
There is no sound from the A/V receiver
for my DVD player or other surround sound
device even though I learned the IR code for
the A/V receiver’s DVD input or other input.
(A/V Receiver Set Up for Audio-Only Switching)
NetCommand A/V receiver setup for the DVD player or digital
surround sound device or other device is not switching properly. See “Case 2: Automatic A/V Receiver Switching to a Surround Sound Device,” page 54, and perform A/V receiver setup
for a digital surround sound device.
5.
There is no sound or picture from the A/V
receiver for my DVD player or other device
connected to the A/V receiver; the A/V
receiver should be sending video to the TV
over an HDMI cable.
(A/V Receiver Set Up for Audio and Video
Switching over HDMI)
The NetCommand A/V receiver setup is not switching audio
and video inputs properly because you did not “learn” the A/V
receiver’s IR codes for the device inputs. See “Case 3: Automatic Audio and Video Switching via HDMI,” page 55.
6.
I’ve selected my DVD player or other surround sound device in combination with the
TV speakers but hear no sound from the TV
speakers.
•
•
7.
A/V Receiver Set Up for Audio-Only Switching
If you have only an audio connection from the device to the
A/V receiver, a physical audio connection from the device
to the TV is also required.
-- Connect the left and right audio output from the device
to the appropriate TV audio input. Now you can hear
audio from the device through either the TV speakers or
the A/V receiver.
-- To switch audio sources, press MORE 9 (Audio), press
to show the Speakers option, then press to
select AV Receiver or TV.
A/V Receiver Set Up for Audio and Video Switching over HDMI
With your DVD player connected to the A/V receiver, only
video is passed from the A/V receiver to the TV because of
copy-protection restrictions on the HDMI signal
I “learned” the RECORD key for my VCR/DVR Check that the VCR or DVR is receiving a signal directly from
but when I pressed the RECORD key, the
your cable box or satellite receiver.
VCR/DVR did not record anything.
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Warranty
Mitsubishi DLP Projection Television Limited Warranty
MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC. (“MDEA”) warrants as follows to the original purchaser of this
television from an authorized MITSUBISHI Audio/Video Dealer, should it prove defective by reason of against defects
arising from improper workmanship and/or material:
a. Parts. The lenticular (i.e. front picture) screen is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of thirty (30) days from the date of the original purchase at retail. The lamp and all other parts (except any software incorporated into this television) are warranted for a period of one (1) year from the date of the original purchase
at retail. We will repair or replace, at our option, any defective part without charge for the part. Parts used for replacement may be replaced with those of like kind and quality and may be new or remanufactured. Parts used for replacement are warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period.
b. Embedded Software. MDEA warrants that all software incorporated into this television set (the “Embedded
Software”) will perform in accordance with the functional description of Embedded Software in all material respects,
but MDEA does not warrant that the Embedded Software is error-free. The limited warranty contained in this section
shall continue for a period of one (1) year from the date of the original purchase at retail. If, after prompt notice within
the warranty period, MDEA determines that the Embedded Software has failed to perform in accordance with such
functional description in all material respects and if such failure is not due to accident, misuse, modification or misapplication of the Embedded Software, then MDEA shall modify or replace the nonconforming Embedded Software at
no charge to you, which at MDEA’s sole discretion may be fulfilled by means of modification or replacement software
contained on a replacement memory card for Customer installation. The foregoing shall be MDEA’s sole obligation
to you under this limited warranty. All rights under this limited warranty on the Embedded Software also subject to
your acceptance of and compliance with the terms of the Software License Agreement applicable to this television,
and this limited warranty on the Embedded Software shall be null and void if the Embedded Software is modified or
changed in any manner except as specifically authorized by MDEA.
c. Labor. For thirty (30) days after the original purchase at retail, we will repair or replace, at our option, the lenticular screen if it proves defective. For certain items that are designed to be replaced by the consumer, including (but
not limited to) some Embedded Software, the consumer is solely responsible for any replacement labor. For all other
parts, we will provide the labor for a warranty repair by an authorized MITSUBISHI service center without charge for
one (1) year from the original date of purchase at retail.
d. Notice. To obtain warranty service, you must notify an authorized MITSUBISHI service center of any defect within
the applicable warranty time period.
e. This DLP Projection Television uses a single DLP chip to create the screen image. This technology creates the
image using small dots, or picture elements (pixels). Your DLP Projection TV is manufactured to a high level of performance and quality, in fact, 99.99% perfect in the number of properly functioning pixels. As in other display technology, sometimes a pixel is continuously active, inactive or the incorrect color. Our standard is clear; MDEA warrants
only that the percentage of properly functioning pixels will be not less than 99.99% of all pixels.
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE, please review the instruction booklet to insure proper installation and
correct customer control adjustment. If the problem persists please arrange for warranty service.
1. TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE:
a. Contact your nearest authorized MITSUBISHI service center, whose name and address can be obtained from your
MITSUBISHI dealer, by writing at the address provided below, calling MDEA at the 800-332-2119, or by using the
support feature of our website at www.Mitsubishi-tv.com.
b. Warranty service will be provided in your home or, if required, at an authorized service shop, provided that your
television is located within the geographic territory customarily covered by an authorized MITSUBISHI service center.
If not, you must either deliver your television to an authorized service location at your own expense, or pay for any
travel and/or transportation costs the service center may charge to and from your home. Actual service labor will be
provided without charge.
c. Proof of purchase date from an authorized MITSUBISHI dealer is required when requesting warranty service.
Present your sales receipt or other document which establishes proof and date of purchase. THE RETURN OF THE
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OWNER REGISTRATION CARD IS NOT A CONDITION OF COVERAGE UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. However,
please return the Owner Registration Card so that we can contact you should a question of safety arise which could
affect you.
d. To obtain a replacement lamp, order the lamp directly from the MDEA Parts Department at (800) 553-7278.
2. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
a. Up to .01% pixel outages (small dot picture elements that are dark or incorrectly illuminated).
b. Damage to the lenticular screen or Fresnel lens, screen frame, cosmetic damage or to any other damage where
such damage is caused by unauthorized modification, alteration, repairs to or service of the product by anyone other
than an authorized MITSUBISHI service center; physical abuse to or misuse of the product (including any failure to
carry out any maintenance as described in the Owner’s Guide including air vent cleaning or any product damaged
by excessive physical or electrical stress); any products that have had a serial number or any part thereof altered,
defaced or removed; product use in any manner contrary to the Owner’s Guide; freight damage; or any damage
caused by acts of God or other factors beyond the reasonable control of MDEA, such as power surge damage
caused by electrical system or lightning. This limited warranty also excludes service calls where no defect in the
product covered under this warranty is found, service calls related to unsatisfactory audio or visual reception or signal
unless caused by a defect in the product that is covered under this limited warranty, all costs, expenses or any other
damages arising from product installation, or set-ups, any adjustments of user controls (including contrast, brightness, color, tint, fine tuning, sharpness), other adjustment necessary to prepare the unit for display or use, connection
with any external audio receiver, antenna, cable or satellite systems, or service of products purchased or serviced
outside the U.S.A. Please consult the operating instructions contained in the Owner’s Guide furnished with the
product for information regarding user controls.
3. ANY EXPRESS WARRANTY NOT PROVIDED HEREIN, AND ANY REMEDY WHICH, BUT FOR THIS PROVISION,
MIGHT ARISE BY IMPLICATION OR OPERATION OF LAW, IS HEREBY EXCLUDED AND DISCLAIMED. THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND OF FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY
LIMITED TO A TERM OF ONE YEAR.
4. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL MDEA BE LIABLE TO PURCHASER OR ANY OTHER PERSON FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF WARRANTY,
BREACH OF CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE.
5. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental, special, or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
6. This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to
state.
7. In the event of any dispute under this limited warranty, jurisdiction and venue for resolving that dispute will be in the
state where the television was purchased and the laws of such state will govern.
MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC.
9351 Jeronimo Road
Irvine, CA 92618-1904
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Index
Index
A
Accent Lighting 33
Activity Menu 21
Automatic Generation 41
Change Input Name 40
Customizing 40
NetCommand-Controlled Switching of A/V Receiver Inputs 48
Removing a Disconnected HDMI
Device 40
Anamorphic Picture Format 24
Antenna Input (ANT) 15, 16
Signal Strength for Digital Channels 23
Audio Lock (A/V receiver control) 60
Audio Output Jacks 15, 16
Auto Input Sensing 11
Auto-Off (Sleep Timer) 21
Auto-On (Timer) 38
A/V Receiver
and Speakers Option 36
and TV’s Remote Control 59
Audio Lock 60
Connecting 16, 20
Controlling Sound Volume 22
Disconnecting Analog 22
NetCommand IR Control 51, 52
Controlling a Device Connected
to the A/V Receiver 31, 55
Video and Audio Switching via
HDMI 55
B
Batteries 7
Blue Glow 33
Bright (Lamp Mode) 39
Brightness (picture adjustment) 35
C
Cable Box
and TV’s Remote Control 59
Connecting 17, 18, 19
Captions Menu 37
CEC (Consumer Electronics Control)
31, 66
A/V Receiver 22, 67, 77
Troubleshooting 74
Channels
antennaweb.org 39
Physical/Virtual Channel Numbers 39
Scan (memorize) 10, 39
Troubleshooting 75
ChannelView™ Channel Listings 22
Cleaning 71
Clock, Set Date and Time 38
Closed Captions 37
Color Adjustments 34
Reset Color 34, 72
Computer
and Display Formats 27
Connecting 26
Contrast 35
Control Panel 9
Control Panel Lock 9, 44
D
Date. See Clock
Default Settings, Returning to 72
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT 16
Dolby Digital 16, 54
DVD Player
and TV’s Remote Control 59
Connecting 17, 18
DVI Device, Connecting 18
F
Fan Noise 4
Film Mode 33
Filter, Air (on lamp cartridge) 70
Font (digital closed captions) 37
FORMAT (aspect ratio, MORE menu)
24
Freeze Picture (PAUSE key) 8
Front Panel
Blue Glow Accent Lighting 33
Controls 9
G
Game
3D Video 25
Game Picture Mode 35
HDMI Cables for Games 16
GUIDE Key
ChannelView 22
HDMI Control 68
NetCommand Control 48, 50
H
HD (High-Definition) Signal) 24
HDMI
Changing Out an HDMI Device
and Auto Input Sensing 11
Connecting an HDMI Device 17
A/V Receiver with HDMI 20
HDMI Cable Categories 16
HDMI Control of CEC Devices 66
HDMI Jack 16
Removing an HDMI Device from
the Activity Menu 40
Headphones
Jack 16
Speakers Option 36
I
INFO Key
ChannelView 22
USB Menu 28
IR Emitter Placement 46
IR NetCommand Output (jack) 16
L
Lamp Cartridge Replacement 69
Lamp Mode 39
Language
Changing the Menu Language
38
in Digital Programs 36
SAP (Second Audio Program) 36
Learn 40. See also NetCommand IR
Control
Letter Box Image Display 24
Level Sound 36
Listen To 36
Listings 22
Lock TV
Bypassing the Lock 57
Lock by Ratings 43
Lock by Time 44
Lock Control Panel 44
Preset V-Chip Blocking 42
M
Memorizing Channels 10, 39
Add Single Channel to Memory
39
MP3 Player (audio-only connection)
15
Mute
Closed Captions 37
MUTE Key 8
Video Mute 33
N
Name (Inputs > Name menu) 40
NetCommand IR Control
About 45
A/V Receiver Control 52
Initial Setup for Most Devices 47
Operating 48
Troubleshooting 77
P
Parental Menu 43
Pass Code
Resetting 57
Setting 42
PAUSE Key 8
PerfectColor 34
PerfectTint 34
Photo Viewing 29
Index
Picture
Picture+ Adjustments 34
Picture Menu Adjustments 35
Picture Quality and Film Mode
33
Troubleshooting 76
Power On/Off 9, 12
Troubleshooting 75
R
Ratings (TV and Movie) 43
Remote Control
Batteries 7
Keys and Functions 8
Programming Codes (reference
chart) 61
Programming Instructions 60
Reset 71
Reset
A/V Memory Reset (for the current input) 72
A/V Reset (for all inputs) 73
HDMI Auto Input Sensing 11
Pass Code 57
PerfectColor/PerfecTint 72
Remote Control 71
Remote Control Audio Lock 60
System Reset 9
TV Reset Comparison Guide 72
RS-232C 16
S
Safety Instructions 5
SAP (second audio program) 36
Satellite Receiver
and the Remote Control 59
Connecting 17, 18
Scan (memorize channels) 39
ScreenSaver 33
SD (Standard-Definition Signal) 24
Service and Support 72
Signal Definitions 24
Signal Strength Indicator 23
Sleep Timer 21
Sound
Controlling A/V Receiver Volume
(NetCommand) 52
Audio Lock 60
Level Sound 36
Sound Mode (audio effects) 36
Speakers Option 36
Standard-Definition Signal 24
Standard Lamp Mode 39
Stand Part Number 4
Status Display 23
Stereo System. See A/V Receiver
Surround Sound 53, 54
Simulated Surround Sound 36
TV Audio Outputs 16
System Reset 9, 73
T
Test Picture 33
3D GLASSES EMITTER Jack 16
3D Video 25, 34
Time. See Clock
Timer (auto-on) 38
Time Zone. See Clock
Troubleshooting 72
U
USB Menu 29
V
V-Chip Ratings
Definitions 43
In Status Display 23
VCR
Connecting 19
Troubleshooting 76
Video from a Digital Camera 30
Video Game. See Game
Video Mute 33
Viewing Device. See Activity Menu
X
x.v.Color 16, 17, 35
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Website:
www.mitsubishi-tv.com
E-mail:
MDEAservice@mdea.com
For questions, call Consumer Relations at
800-332-2119
To order replacement or additional
remote controls or lamp cartridges,
Visit our website www.mitsuparts.com
or call
800-553-7278
SYSTEM RESET
If the TV does not respond to the remote control,
control-panel buttons, or will not power on/off, press
and hold the POWER button on the control panel for
ten seconds.
The TV will turn off. Power on the TV and the green LED
will flash quickly for about one minute. The changes you
made most recently, before using SYSTEM RESET, may
be lost.
V41_V41+_V41C_IB_e_20090616
© 2009 Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc.