Sharp LC-40LE340E Specifications

ENGLISH
LC-40LE340E
LCD COLOUR TELEVISION
SHARP ELECTRONICS (Europe) GmbH
Sonninstraße 3, D-20097 Hamburg
SHARP CORPORATION
50200948
http://www.sharp-eu.com
OPERATION MANUAL
Contents
Features ................................................................. 4
Dear SHARP customer........................................... 4
Introduction ............................................................. 4
Preparation ............................................................. 4
Important safety precautions .................................. 5
Safety Precautions ................................................. 6
Power Source ..................................................... 6
Power Cord ......................................................... 6
Moisture and Water ............................................ 6
Cleaning.............................................................. 6
Ventilation ........................................................... 6
Heat and Flames ................................................ 6
Lightning ............................................................. 6
Replacement Parts ............................................. 6
Servicing ............................................................. 6
Waste Disposal ................................................... 6
Information for Users in European Union
Countries ............................................................ 6
Disconnecting the Device ................................... 6
Headphone Volume ............................................ 6
Installation........................................................... 7
LCD Screen ........................................................ 7
Warning .............................................................. 7
Package Contents .................................................. 8
Optional Accessory ................................................. 8
Environmental Information ..................................... 9
Repair Information .................................................. 9
Remote Control Buttons ....................................... 10
(**)USING MY BUTTON 2 .................................... 10
LCD TV and Operating Buttons .............................11
Viewing the Back side Connections ......................11
Viewing the Connections - Side Connectors ........ 12
Antenna Connection ............................................. 13
Aerial/Cable Connection ................................... 13
Power Connection ................................................ 13
Using USB Inputs ................................................. 13
Side HDMI Connection ......................................... 14
Connecting the LCD TV to a PC........................... 14
Connecting to a DVD Player................................. 15
Using Side AV Connectors ................................... 15
Using Other Connectors ....................................... 15
Connecting to a Wired Network ............................ 16
Connecting to a Wireless Network (Optional)....... 17
Remote Control Handset ...................................... 18
Inserting Batteries ............................................. 18
Switching On/Off................................................... 18
To Switch the TV On ......................................... 18
To Switch the TV Off ......................................... 18
Digital Teletext (** for UK only) ......................... 18
Analogue Teletext ............................................. 19
Input Selection ...................................................... 19
Operation with the Buttons on the TV ............... 19
Volume Setting .............................................. 19
Programme Selection ................................... 19
Viewing Main Menu....................................... 19
AV Mode ....................................................... 19
Operation with the Remote Control .................. 19
Volume Setting .............................................. 19
Programme Selection
(Previous or Next Programme) ..................... 19
Programme Selection (Direct Access) .......... 19
Viewing Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) ....... 19
Recording via EPG Screen ............................... 20
Programme Options.......................................... 21
First Time Installation............................................ 21
Auto Tuning .......................................................... 22
Auto Channel Scan Menu Operation ................ 23
Manual Tuning ..................................................... 23
Network Channel Scan ..................................... 23
Analog Fine Tune.............................................. 24
First Time Installation ........................................ 24
Clear Service List (*) ......................................... 24
Managing Stations: Channel List .......................... 24
Channel List Types ........................................... 24
Operating the Channel List ............................... 25
Moving a Channel ............................................. 25
Deleting a Channel ........................................... 25
Renaming a Channel ........................................ 25
Locking a Channel ............................................ 25
Channel List Filter ............................................. 25
Managing Stations: Favourites ............................. 25
Button Functions ............................................... 26
Managing Stations: Sorting Channel List ............. 26
On-Screen Information ......................................... 26
Media Playback Using Media Browser ................. 26
Viewing Videos via USB .................................. 27
Viewing Photos via USB ................................... 27
Slideshow Options ............................................ 27
Playing Music via USB ..................................... 28
Recordings Library ............................................... 28
Media Browser Settings........................................ 29
Timeshift Recording ............................................. 29
Instant Recording ................................................. 29
Watching Recorded Programmes ....................... 30
Using DLNA Network Service ............................... 30
Information ........................................................ 30
Step 1: Nero Media Home Installation .............. 30
Step 2: Connecting to a Wired or Wireless
Network............................................................. 30
Wired Connection ............................................. 30
Wireless Connection ......................................... 30
Step 3: Playing Shared Files via Media
Browser............................................................. 31
Connecting to your Cell Phone via WiFi
(Optional) .......................................................... 32
Changing Image Size: Picture Formats ................ 32
Configuring Picture Settings ................................. 33
Operating Picture Settings Menu Items ............ 33
Picture Settings Menu Items ............................. 33
PC Picture Settings........................................... 34
Configuring Sound Settings .................................. 34
Operating Sound Settings Menu Items ............. 34
Sound Settings Menu Items.............................. 34
Configuring Your TV’s Settings ............................. 35
Operating Settings Menu Items ........................ 35
Settings Menu Items ......................................... 35
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Using a Conditional Access Module ..................... 35
Viewing Conditional Access Menu (*) ............... 35
Configuring Language Preferences ...................... 36
Parental Control.................................................... 36
Parental Settings Menu Operation (*) ............... 37
Timers ................................................................... 37
Setting Sleep Timer .......................................... 37
Setting Programme Timers ............................... 37
Adding a Timer .............................................. 37
Editing a Timer .............................................. 37
Deleting a Timer ............................................ 37
Recording Configuration ....................................... 38
Configuring Date/Time Settings ............................ 38
Configuring Source Settings ................................. 38
Configuring Network Settings ............................... 39
Configuring Wired Device Settings ................... 39
Setting Network Type........................................ 39
Setting Configuration Status ............................. 39
IP Address ........................................................ 39
Configuring Wired Network Settings in Advanced
Mode ................................................................. 39
Wi-Fi Settings (Optional) ...................................... 39
Information ........................................................ 40
Delete Saved Wifi Profiles ................................ 40
Connecting to your Cell Phone via WiFi
(Optional) .......................................................... 40
Configuring Other Settings ................................... 40
Operation .......................................................... 40
Other Features ..................................................... 41
Teletext ................................................................. 42
Tips ....................................................................... 42
Appendix A: INTERNET PORTAL ........................ 44
Appendix B: PC Input Typical Display Modes ...... 45
Appendix C: AV and HDMI Signal Compatibility
(Input Signal Types).............................................. 45
Appendix D: Supported DVI Resolutions.............. 46
Appendix E: Supported File Formats for USB
Mode..................................................................... 46
Appendix F: Software Upgrade ............................ 47
Manual Software Update .................................. 47
Appendix G: HBBTV System ................................ 48
Appendix H: Nero MediaHome Installation.......... 50
Specifications ....................................................... 53
Digital Reception (DVB-T) .................................... 53
Digital Reception (DVB-C) .................................... 53
Dimensional Drawings .......................................... 54
End of life disposal ............................................... 55
Installing the Stand ............................................... 56
Uninstalling the Stand........................................... 57
Screw Dimensions ................................................ 58
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SPECIAL NOTE FOR USERS IN THE U.K.
The mains lead of this product is fitted with a non-rewireable (moulded) plug incorporating a 5A fuse. Should
or
and of the same rating
the fuse need to be replaced, a BSI or ASTA approved BS 1362 fuse marked
as above, which is also indicated on the pin face of the plug, must be used.
ASA
Always refit the fuse cover after replacing the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover fitted.
In the unlikely event of the socket outlet in your home not being compatible with the plug supplied, cut off the
mains plug and fit an appropriate type.
DANGER:
The fuse from the cut-off plug should be removed and the cut-off plug destroyed immediately and disposed
of in a safe manner.
Under no circumstances should the cut-off plug be inserted elsewhere into a 5A socket outlet, as a serious
electric shock may occur.
To fit an appropriate plug to the mains lead, follow the instructions below:
IMPORTANT:
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this product may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
• The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the plug terminal which is marked N or coloured
black.
• The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the plug terminal which is marked L or coloured
red.
Ensure that neither the brown nor the blue wire is connected to the earth terminal in your three pin plug.
Before replacing the plug cover make sure that:
• If the new fitted plug contains a fuse, its value is the same as that removed from the cut-off plug.
• The cord grip is clamped over the sheath of the mains lead, and not simply over the lead wires.
IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT, CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
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Dear SHARP customer
Features
• Remote controlled colour LCD TV.
• Fully integrated Terrestrial digital-cable TV (DVB-T
C- MPEG2) (DVB-T-C MPEG4)
• 4 HDMI connectors for digital video and audio.
This connection is also designed to accept high
definition signals.
• 2 USB inputs.
• Programme recording
• Programme timeshifting
• 10.000 programmes.
• OSD menu system.
• Integrated tuner DVB-T-C HD, MPEG 2 / MPEG 4
compatible.
• 2 Scart sockets for external devices (such as video,
video games, audio set, etc.).
• Teletext, Fastext, TOP text.
• Headphone connection.
Thank you for your purchase of the SHARP LCD
colour TV product. To ensure safety and many years
of trouble-free operation of your product, please read
Important safety precautions carefully before using
this product.
Introduction
Please read the corresponding instructions of this
handbook prior to the first usage of the device, even
when the usage of electronic devices is familiar
to you. Notice especially the chapter SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS. Carefully keep the handbook as
future reference. When selling the device or giving it
away, absolutely give these direction for use.
Thank you for choosing this product. This manual will
guide you for the proper operation of your TV.
Before operating the TV, please read this
manual thoroughly. Please do keep this
manual in a safe place for future references.
This device is intended to receive and display TV
programs. The different connection options make
an additional expansion of the reception and display
sources possible (receiver, DVD player, DVD recorder,
VCR, PC etc.). This device is only suitable for the
operation in dry interiors. This appliance is intended
solely for private domestic use and may not be used
for industrial and commercial purposes. We exclude
liability in principle, if the device is not used as
intended, or unauthorized modifications have been
made. To operate your LCD TV in extreme ambient
conditions may cause the damage of the device.
• Automatic programming system.
• Forward or backward manual tuning.
• Sleep timer / Child lock.
• Automatic sound mute when no transmission.
• NTSC playback.
• AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting).
• Auto power down.
• PLL (Frequency Search).
• PC input.
• Plug&Play for Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista,
Windows 7.
• Ethernet (LAN) for Internet connectivity and service
• Picture Off function
• 802.11n WIFI Support (Optional)
Preparation
For ventilation, leave a free space of at least 10 cm
all around the set. To prevent any fault and unsafe
situations, please do not place any objects on top of
the set. Use this device in moderate climates.
• DLNA
• Hbb TV
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
• MMH
• The illustrations and the OSD in this operation
manual are for explanation purposes and may vary
slightly from the actual operations.
• The examples used throughout this manual are
based on the LC-40LE340E model.
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Important safety precautions
• Cleaning—Unplug the AC cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the product. Use a damp cloth to clean
the product. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
• Use a soft damp cloth to gently wipe the panel when it is dirty. To protect the panel, do not use a chemical
cloth to clean it. Chemicals may cause damage or cracks in the cabinet of the TV.
• Water and moisture—Do not use the product near water, such as bathtub, washbasin, kitchen sink, laundry
tub, swimming pool and in a wet basement.
• Do not place vases or any other water-filled containers on this product. The water may spill onto the product
causing fire or electric shock.
• Stand—Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod or table. Doing so can
cause the product to fall, resulting in serious personal injuries as well as damage to the product.
Use only a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold
with the product. When mounting the product on a wall, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s
instructions. Use only the mounting hardware recommended by the manufacturer.
• When relocating the product placed on a cart, it must be moved with utmost care. Sudden
stops, excessive force and uneven floor surface can cause the product to fall from the cart.
• Ventilation—The vents and other openings in the cabinet are designed for ventilation. Do not
cover or block these vents and openings since insufficient ventilation can cause overheating
and/or shorten the life of the product. Do not place the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other
similar surface, since they can block ventilation openings. This product is not designed for
built-in installation; do not place the product in an enclosed place such as a bookcase or rack,
unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions are followed.
• The LCD panel used in this product is made of glass. Therefore, it can break when the
product is dropped or impact applied. If the LCD panel is broken, be careful not to be injured
by broken glass.
• Heat sources—Keep the product away from heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves
and other heat-generating products (including amplifiers).
• To prevent fire, never place any type of candle or naked flames on the top or near the TV
set.
• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place the AC cord under the TV set or other heavy items.
• Headphones—Do not set the volume at a high level. Hearing experts advise against extended listening at
high volume levels.
• Do not display a still picture for a long time, as this could cause an afterimage to remain.
• There is power consumption always if main plug is connected.
• Servicing—Do not attempt to service the product yourself. Removing covers can expose you to high voltage
and other dangerous conditions. Request a qualified person to perform servicing.
The LCD panel is a very high technology product, giving you fine picture details.
Due to the very large number of pixels, occasionally a few non-active pixels may appear on the screen as a
fixed point of blue, green or red. This is within product specifications and does not constitute a fault.
Precautions when transporting the TV
When transporting the TV, never carry it by holding onto the speakers. Be sure to always carry the TV by two
people holding it with two hands—one hand on each side of the TV.
WARNING
To prevent the spread of fire, keep candles or other open flames away from this product
at all times.
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Safety Precautions
Lightning
Please read the following recommended safety
precautions carefully for your safety.
Power Source
The TV set should be operated only from a 220-240
V AC, 50 Hz outlet. Ensure that you select the correct
voltage setting for your convenience.
Power Cord
Do not place the set, a piece of furniture, etc. on the
power cord (mains lead) or pinch the cord. Handle the
power cord by the plug. Do not unplug the appliance
by pulling from the power cord and never touch the
power cord with wet hands as this could cause a short
circuit or electric shock. Never make a knot in the cord
or tie it with other cords. The power cords should be
placed in such a way that they are not likely to be
stepped on. A damaged power cord can cause fire or
give you an electric shock. When it is damaged and
needs to be replaced, it should be done by qualified
personnel.
Moisture and Water
Do not use this device in a humid and
damp place (avoid the bathroom, the
sink in the kitchen, and near the washing
machine). Do not expose this device to
rain or water, as this may be dangerous
and do not place objects filled with liquids,
such as flower vases, on top. Avoid from
dripping or splashing.
Cleaning
Before cleaning, unplug the TV set from
the wall outlet. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners. Use soft and dry cloth.
Ventilation
The slots and openings on the TV set are intended for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation. To prevent
overheating, these openings must not be blocked or
covered in anyway.
The set should not be placed near to open
flames and sources of intense heat such
as an electric heater. Ensure that no open
flame sources, such as lighted candles,
are placed on top of the TV. Batteries
should not be exposed to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, make sure that
the service technician has used replacement parts,
which are specified by the manufacturer or have the
same specifications as the original one. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in fire, electrical shock or
other hazards.
Servicing
Please refer all servicing to qualified
personnel. Do not remove the cover
yourself as this may result in an electric
shock.
Waste Disposal
• Instructions for waste disposal:
• Packaging and packaging aids are recyclable and
should principally be recycled. Packaging materials,
such as foil bag, must be kept away from children.
• Batteries, including those which are heavy metalfree, should not be disposed of with household
waste. Please dispose of used battery in an
environment friendly manner. Find out about the
legal regulations which apply in your area. Don’t try
to recharge batteries. Danger of explosion. Replace
batteries only with the same or equivalent type.
If any solid object or liquid falls into the cabinet, unplug
the TV and have it checked by qualified personnel
before operating it any further.
Heat and Flames
In case of storm and lightning or when
going on holiday, disconnect the power
cord from the wall outlet.
• Cold cathode fluorescent lamp in LCD PANEL
contains a small amount of mercury; please follow
the local laws or regulations for disposal.
Information for Users in European Union
Countries
This symbol on the product or on its
packaging means that your electrical
and electronic device should be
disposed at the end of its service life
separately from your household wastes.
There are separate collection systems
for recycling in EU.
For more information, please contact
the local authority or the dealer where you purchased
the product.
Disconnecting the Device
The mains plug is used to disconnect TV set from
the mains and therefore it must remain readily
operable.
Headphone Volume
Excessive sound pressure from earphones
and headphones can cause hearing loss.
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Installation
To prevent injury, this device must be securely
attached to the wall in accordance with the installation
instructions when mounted to the wall (if the option
is available).
LCD Screen
The LCD panel is a very high technology product
with over 6 million thin film transistors, giving you fine
picture details. Occasionally, a few non-active pixels
may appear on the screen as a fixed blue, green or
red point. Please note that this does not affect the
performance of your product.
Warning
Do not leave your TV in standby or operating mode
when you leave your house.
• The Standby / On button doesn´t separate this
device completely from mains. Moreover the device
consumes power in the standby operation. In order
to separate the device completely from mains, the
mains plug has to be pulled from the mains socket.
Because of that the device should be set up in a
way, that an unobstructed access to mains socket
is guaranteed, so that in case of emergency the
mains plug can be pulled immediately. To exclude
the danger of fire, the power cord should principally
be separated from the mains socket prior to a longer
period of non-usage, i.e. during vacations.
Electrical device not in the hands of children
Never let children use electrical device unsupervised.
Children can´t always recognize properly the
possible dangers. Batteries / accumulators can be
life threatening when swallowed. Store batteries
unreachable for small children. In case of swallowing
a battery medical aid has to be sought immediately.
Also keep the packaging foils away from children.
There is danger of suffocation.
Electrical device not in the hands of children
Never let children use electrical device unsupervised.
Children can´t always recognize properly the
possible dangers. Batteries / accumulators can be
life threatening when swallowed. Store batteries
unreachable for small children. In case of swallowing
a battery medical aid has to be sought immediately.
Also keep the packaging foils away from children.
There is danger of suffocation.
Licence Notification (optional)
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories.
TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENT
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
“DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED® are
trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of
the Digital Living Network Alliance.”
• “HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.”
• The “HD TV 1080p” Logo is a trademark of EICTA.
• The DVB logo is the registered trademark of the
Digital Video Broadcasting—DVB—project.
Licence Notification
DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are trademarks of DivX®, Inc. and are used under license.
The Standby / On button doesn´t separate this
device completely from mains. Moreover the device
consumes power in the standby operation. In order to
separate the device completely from mains, the mains
plug has to be pulled from the mains socket. Because
of that the device should be set up in a way, that an
unobstructed access to mains socket is guaranteed,
so that in case of emergency the mains plug can be
pulled immediately. To exclude the danger of fire, the
power cord should principally be separated from the
mains socket prior to a longer period of non-usage,
i.e. during vacations.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX ® is a digital video
format created by DivX®, LLC, a subsidiary of Rovi
Corporation. This is an official DivX Certified® device
that plays DivX ® video. Visit divx.com for more
information and software tools to convert your files
into DivX video.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified®
device must be registered in order to play purchased
DivX® Video-on-Demand (VOD) movies. To obtain
your registration code, locate the DivX® VOD sec-tion
in your device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com for
more information on how to complete your registration.
DivX Certified® to play DivX® video, including premium
content.
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Package Contents
Optional Accessory
The listed optional accessories are available for
this LCD colour TV. Please purchase them at your
neerest shop.
• Additional optional accessories may be available
in the near future. When purchasing, please read
the newest catalogue for compatibility and check
availability.
LCD TV
EPG
1
4
GHI
7
PQRS
SOURCE
Part name
Part number
1
Wi-Fi Adapter
AN-WUD340
Batteries: 2 X AAA
INTERNET
SCREEN
No.
LANG
SUBTITLE
TEXT
FAV
2
ABC
5
JKL
8
TUV
0
PRESETS
SLEEP
3
DEF
6
MNO
9
WXYZ
SWAP
Instruction Book
MENU
V+
P+
P-
V -
BACK
EXIT
INFO
MULTIMEDIA
MY BUTTON 1
MY BUTTON 2
Remote Control
1 X Video & Audio
Connection Cable
Nero media home CD
Note: You should check the accessories after
purchasing. Make sure that each accessory is
included.
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Environmental Information
• This television is designed to consume less energy to save environment. You not only help to save the
environment but also you can save money by reducing electricity bills thanks to the energy efficiency feauture
of this TV. To reduce energy consumption, you should take the following steps:
• You can use Power Save Mode setting, located in the Picture Settings menu. If you set Power Save Mode
as Eco, the TV will switch to energy-saving mode and luminance level of TV set will be decreased to
optimum level. Note that some picture settings will be unavailable to be changed when the TV is in Power
Save Mode.
• If you set power save mode as Picture off, a message will appear on the screen and backlight will be off
within three seconds. Press any button on the remote controller to activate the picture again.
• You can also use MY BUTTON 1 on the remote control to activate or deactivate Power Save Mode. Whenever
you press MY BUTTON 1, on-screen messages will be displayed accordingly.
• When the TV is not in use, please switch off or disconnect the TV from the mains plug. This will also reduce
energy consumption.
• Disconnect power when going away for longer time.
• It is highly recommended to activate Power Save Mode setting to reduce your annual power consumption.Also
it is recommended to disconnect the TV from the mains plug to save energy more when you do not use.
• Please help us to save environment by following these steps.
Repair Information
Please refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Only qualified personnel must repair the TV. Please contact
your local dealer, where you have purchased this TV for further information.
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Remote Control Buttons
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3.
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8.
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10.
11.
12.
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14.
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38.
Activate Portal mode (*)
Play (in Media Browser mode)
Programme recording
Fast rewind (in Media Browser mode)
No function
Mono/Stereo - Dual I-II / Current Language /
Play preview (in Media Browser mode)
Image size
Teletext / Mix
Electronic Programme Guide
Numeric buttons
AV / Source
Menu on/off
Programme Down - Page up / Programme Up Page down
Back to previous menu
Green button
Red button
Media Browser
My Button 1: Power save mode eco/off
My Button 2(**)
Info / Reveal (in TXT mode)
Blue button
Yellow button
Exit (in DTV mode) / Return / Index page (in
TXT mode)
OK / Select / Hold (in TXT mode) / Channel List
Volume up / down
Navigation buttons
Mute
Previous programme / Now (in EPG mode)
Sleep timer
Favourite mode selection
Picture mode selecion / Changes picture mode
(in Media Browser video mode)
Subtitle on-off / TXT subtitle (analogue TV
mode) / Subtitle (in Media Browser mode).
No function
Fast forward (in Media Browser mode)
Stop (in Media Browser mode)
Pause / Timeshift recording
Standby
Operation LED light
(*) Please refer to Portal TV section to learn
how to use remote control while in portal TV
function.
INTERNET
SCREEN
EPG
1
4
GHI
7
PQRS
SOURCE
LANG
SUBTITLE
PRESETS
FAV
SLEEP
TEXT
2
ABC
5
JKL
8
TUV
0
3
DEF
6
MNO
9
WXYZ
SWAP
MENU
P+
V+
P-
V EXIT
BACK
INFO
MULTIMEDIA
MY BUTTON 1
MY BUTTON 2
(**)USING MY BUTTON 2
When on a desired source, channel or link, press MY
BUTTON 2 for five seconds, until the “MY BUTTON
IS SET” message is displayed on the screen. This
confirms that MY BUTTON 2 is now associated with
the selected function.
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LCD TV and Operating Buttons
FRONT and REAR VIEW
Control buttons VIEW
Control Buttons
1. Standby/On button
2. TV/AV button
3. Programme Up/Down buttons
4. Volume Up/Down buttons
Note: Press “
” and
“
” buttons at the same
time to view main menu.
Viewing the Back side Connections
1. SCART 2 inputs or outputs for external devices.
2. SCART 1 inputs or outputs for external devices. Connect the SCART cable between SCART socket on
the TV and SCART socket on your external device (such as a decoder, a VCR or a DVD player).
Note: If an external device is connected via the SCART socket, the TV will automatically switch to AV
mode.
3. Component Video Inputs (YPbPr) are used for connecting component video.
You can connect the component video and audio sockets with a device that has component output.
Connect the component video cables between the COMPONENT VIDEO INPUTS on on the TV and
the component video outputs of your device. While connecting, be sure that the letters on your TV, “Y”,
“Pb”, “Pr” correspond with your device’s connectors.
4. PC/YPbPr Audio Inputs are used for connecting audio signals of a PC or a device that connects to the
TV via YPbPr. Connect the PC audio cable between the AUDIO INPUTS on the TV and audio output
of your PC to enable PC audio. Connect the audio cable between AUDIO INPUTS on the TV and audio
outputs of your device to enable component audio.
5. Subwoofer Out is for connecting an external, active subwoofer to the set to give a much deeper bass
effect. Use an appropriate RCA cable to connect the set to a subwoofer unit.
6. S/PDIF Digital Out outputs digital audio signals of the currently watched source.
Use a digital optic cable to transfer audio signals to a device that has S/PDIF input.
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7. RF Input connects to an aerial or cable antenna system.
Note that if you use a decoder or a media recorder, you should connect the aerial cable through the
device to the television with an appropriate antenna cable, as shown in the illustration in the following
pages.
8. HDMI 3: HDMI Input
HDMI 2: HDMI Input
HDMI 1: HDMI Input
HDMI Inputs are for connecting a device that has an HDMI socket. Your LCD TV is capable of
displaying High Definition pictures from devices such as a High Definition Satellite Receiver or DVD
Player. These devices must be connected via the HDMI sockets or Component Socket. These sockets
can accept either 720p or 1080p (optional) signals. No sound connection is needed for an HDMI to
HDMI connection.
9. PC Input is for connecting a personal computer to the TV set.
Connect the PC cable between the PC INPUT on the TV and the PC output on your PC
10. Ethernet input (for service and Internet connectivity)
Viewing the Connections - Side Connectors
1. CI Slot is used for inserting a CI card. A CI card allows you to view all the channels that you subscribe
to. For more information, see “Conditional Access” section.
2. Side USBs
Note that programme recording feature is available via these USB inputs. You can connect external hard disk drives to
this input.
3. Side HDMI Input is for connecting a device that has an HDMI socket.
4. Headphone jack is used for connecting an external headphone to the system. Connect
to the HEADPHONE jack to listen to the TV from headphones (optional).
5. Side audio-video connection input is used for connecting video and audio signals
of external devices. To make a video connection, you must use the supplied AV
connection cable for enabling connection. First, plug singular jack of the cable to the
TV’s Side AV socket. Afterwards, insert your video cable’s (not supplied) connector into
the YELLOW input (located on the plural side) of the supplied AV connection cable.
Colours of the connected jacks should match.
To enable audio connection, you must use RED and WHITE inputs of the side AV
connection cable. Afterwards, insert your device’s audio cable’s connectors into
the RED and WHITE jack of the supplied side AV connection cable. Colours of the
connected jacks should match.
Note: You should use audio inputs of side AV connection cable (RED & WHITE)
to enable sound connection when connecting a device to your TV by using PC or
COMPONENT VIDEO input.
6.
, switch is used for turning the TV on or off.
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Note that ALL the data stored on the USB disk will
be lost and then the disk format will be converted to
FAT32 in such a case.
Antenna Connection
Aerial/Cable Connection
• Connect the aerial or cable TV plug to the AERIAL
INPUT socket located at the rear of the TV.
Aerial or Cable
USB Disk Connection
• Plug your USB device to the USB input of the TV.
Note: Plug or unplug your USB disk while the TV is
switched off.
Note: If you are going to connect a USB hard disk drive
to the TV set, USB connection cable used between
the disk drive and the TV should have a USB logo
and should be as short as possible.
Power Connection
IMPORTANT: The TV set is designed to operate on
220-240V AC, 50 Hz socket.
• After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the
ambient room temperature before you connect the
set to the mains. Plug the power cable to the mains
socket outlet.
Note: While formatting a USB hard disk that has 1TB
(Tera Byte) or more file capacity, you can experience
problems with the formatting process. In such a
case, you should format the disk with your personal
computer and the formatted disk type should be
FAT32.
SIDE VIEW
USB MEMORY
Using USB Inputs
USB Connection
• You can connect a USB hard disk drive or USB
memory stick to your TV by using the USB inputs
of the TV. This feature allows you to play files stored
in a USB drive or record programmes.
• 2.5” and 3.5” inch (hdd with external power supply)
external hard disk drives are supported.
• If one or more partitions of your hard drive are exFAT
formatted, none or less partitions might be visible,
even if they are formatted with a different file system
than exFat.
• To record a programme, you should first connect
a USB disk to your TV while the TV is switched
off. You should then switch on the TV to enable
recording feature. Otherwise, recording feature will
not be available.
IMPORTANT !
• You may back up your files before making any
connections to the TV set in order to avoid any
possible data loss. Note that manufacturer will not
be responsible for any file damage or dataloss.
• It is possible that certain types of USB devices (e.g.
MP3 Players) or USB hard disk drives/memory sticks
may not be compatible with this TV.
IMPORTANT: The TV supports only FAT32 and
NTFS disk formatting. However, NTFS format is not
supported for recording features. For recording, if you
connect a USB disk with NTFS format, the TV will ask
you to format the content. See the section, “Format
Disk” in the following pages for more information on
disk formatting.
CAUTION !
• Quickly plugging and unplugging USB devices,
is a very hazardous operation. Especially, do not
repeatedly quickly plug and unplug the drive. This
may cause physical damage to the USB player and
especially the USB device itself.
• Do not pull out USB module while playing or
recording a file.
Programme Recording
To record a programme, you should first connect a
USB disk to your TV while the TV is switched off.
You should then switch on the TV to enable recording
feature.
IMPORTANT: When using a new USB hard disk drive,
it is recommended that you first format the disk using
your TV’s “Format Disk” option.
• For using recording function, you should connect a
USB disk or an external hard disk drive to the TV
and connected USB disk should have at least 1 GB
capacity and should have 2.0 speed compatibility.
If the connected USB device does not support 2.0
speed, an error message will be displayed.
Note: Recorded programmes are saved into the
connected USB disk. If desired, you can store/copy
recordings on a computer; however, these files will
not be available to be played on a computer. You can
play the recordings only via your TV.
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• For more information on recording programmes,
see sections “Instant Recording”, “Timeshifting”,
“Electronic Programme Guide”, “Recordings Library”
or “Recording Timers” in the following parts.
• Recorded programmes are split into 4GB
partitions.
• Recorded programmes are stored in the following
directory of the connected USB disk: \DVR\RECS.
All recordings are indicated with a number. A text
(txt) file is created for each recording. This text
file includes information such as broadcaster,
programme, and recording time.
• Timeshifting may be stopped according to USB
device write speed. If the USB device speed is not
enough for video stream bitrate, timeshifting may
be stopped and recording may fail. If HD service
bitrate is greater than 13 Mbp/sec. some freeze can
be seen during timeshifting on both USB disk and
on external HDD.
• Recordings of HD programmes can occupy bigger
size on the USB disk depending on the broadcast’s
resolution. For this reason it is recommended
to use USB hard disk drives for recording HD
programmes.
• Do not plug out the USB/HDD during the recording.
This may harm the connected USB/HDD.
• Multipartiton support is available. Maximum two
different partitions are supported. If the disk have
more than two partitions, crash may occur. First
partition of the usb disk is used for PVR ready
features. It also must be formatted as primary
partition to be used for PVR ready features.
Side HDMI Connection
You can use side HDMI input to connect a device that
has an HDMI connector to your TV. Use an appropriate
HDMI cable to make such a connection. Note that you
should switch to the HDMI source to view the content
from the connected device. Power off both the TV and
the device before making any connections. Side HDMI
Input supports connections between HDMI devices
such as DVD players. You can use side HDMI input
of the TV to connect to an external HDMI device. Use
an HDMI cable to connect.
HDMI DEVICE
SIDE VIEW
Connecting the LCD TV to a PC
For displaying your computer’s screen image on your
LCD TV, you can connect your computer to the TV set.
Power off both computer and display before making
any connections. Use 15-pin D-sub display cable to
connect a PC to the LCD TV. When the connection
is made, switch to PC source. See “Input selection”
section. Set the resolution that suits your viewing
requirements. Resolution information can be found
in the appendix parts.
• Some stream packets may not be recorded because
of signal problems, so sometimes video may freezes
during playback.
• Record, Play, Pause, Display (for PlayListDialog)
keys could not be used when teletext is ON. If a
recording starts from timer when teletext is ON,
teletext is automatically turned off. Also teletext
usage is disabled when there is ongoing recording
or playback.
Audio inputs of the TV
PC audio cable
(not supplied)
Audio output of the PC
PC input of the TV
PC VGA cable
(not supplied)
Monitor output of the PC
• Radio record is not supported.
• The Tv can record programmes up to ten hours.
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Connecting to a DVD Player
If you want to connect a DVD player to your LCD
TV, you can use connectors of the TV set. DVD
players may have different connectors. Please refer
to your DVD player’s instruction book for additional
information. Power off both the TV and the device
before making any connections.
Note: Cables shown in the illustration are not
supplied.
• If your DVD player has an HDMI socket, you can
connect via HDMI. When you connect to DVD player
as illustrated below, switch to HDMI source. See,
“Input Selection” section.
• Most DVD players are connected through
COMPONENT SOCKETS. Use a component video
cable to connect video input. For enabling audio, use
a component audio cable as illustrated below. When
the connection is made, switch to YPbPr source.
See, “Input selection” section.
Using Side AV Connectors
You can connect a range of optional equipment to your
LCD TV using side connectors of the TV.
• For connecting a camcorder or camera , you should
use SIDE AV socket (side). To do this, you must use
the supplied video/audio connection cable. First,
plug single jack of the cable to the TV’s AV IN socket
(side). Afterwards, insert your camera cable’s (not
supplied) connectors into the plural part of the video/
audio connection cable. Colours of the connected
jacks should match. See illustration below.
• Afterwards, you should switch to AV IN source. See
the section Input selection in the following sections
for more information.
Headphone
Camera
• You may also connect through the SCART 1 or
SCART 2. Use a SCART cable as shown below.
Note: These three methods of connection perform the
same function but in different levels of quality. It is not
necessary to connect by all three methods.
HDMI
AVConnection
Cable(supplied)
AVCable
(notsupplied)
• To listen the TV sound from headphones, you
should connect headphones to your TV by using the
HEADPHONE jack as illustrated above.
Using Other Connectors
You can connect a range of optional equipment
to your LCD TV. Possible connections are shown
below. Note that cables shown in the illustration are
not supplied.
• For connecting a to a device that has SPDIF support,
use an appropriate SPDIF cable to enable sound
connection.
External Speakers
Scart sockets
Component
video
inputs
Component
audio
inputs
HDMI
inputs
DVD Player
A device that
supports
SPDIF signal.
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Connecting to a Wired Network
For connecting to a wired LAN network, you should perform the following steps:
• Connect broadband ISP connection ethernet cable to the ETHERNET INPUT of your modem.
• Ensure that Nero Media Home software is installed to your PC.(for DLNA function). See Appendix H for more
information on the installation process.
• Afterwards, you should connect your PC to the one of your modem’s LAN connectors (e.g. LAN 1) by using
a proper LAN cable.
• Use another LAN output of your modem (e.g. LAN 2) to enable the connection to your TV. You can add
your TV to your LAN by connecting the LAN port at the rear of your TV to your modem’s LAN connector as
illustrated below.
• To access and play shared files, you must Select Media Browser. Press Menu button and select Media
Browser by using Left or Right button. Press OK to continue. Select the desired file type and press OK. You
must always use the Media Browser screen to access and play shared network files.
• PC/HDD/Media Player or any other devices that are DLNA 1.5 compatible should be used with wired
connection for higher playback quality.
To configure wired settings please refer Network Settings section in Settings menu.
Broadband ISP
Connection
PC with Nero
Media Home
software installed
Lan(Ethernet cable)
Rear of TV
• You might be able to connect your TV to your LAN network depending on your network’s configuration. In
such a case, use an ethernet cable to connect your TV directly to the network wall outlet.
The modem port
on the wall
Rear of TV
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Connecting to a Wireless Network (Optional)
IMPORTANT: “Veezy 100” USB dongle(sold separately) is required to use wireless network feature.
To use your TV with your wireless network, you need a “Veezy 100” Wireless USB dongle. To make your
modem’ s SSID visible, you should change your SSID settings via modem’s software. The TV cannot connect
to the networks with hidden SSID.
For connecting to a wireless LAN network, you should perform the following steps:
• Connect broadband ISP connection ethernet cable to the ETHERNET INPUT of your modem.
• Ensure that Nero Media Home software is installed to your PC. (for DLNA function).
• Afterwards, you should connect wireless adaptor to one of the USB inputs of the TV.
To configure wireless settings please refer Network Settings section in Settings menu.
Broadband ISP
Connection
PC with Nero
Media Home
software installed
USB Inputs (Side of the TV)
Wireless Lan
Adaptor
• A Wireless-N router (IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n) with simultaneous 2.4 and 5 GHz bands designed to increase
bandwidth. Optimized for smoother and faster HD video streaming, file transfers, and wireless gaming.
• Use LAN connection for quicker file sharing between other devices like computers.
• The frequency and channel differ depending on the area.
• The transmission speed differs depending on the distance and number of obstructions between the
transmission products, the configuration of these products, the radio wave conditions, the line traffic, and
the products that you use. The transmission may also be cut off or get disconnected depending on the radio
wave conditions DECT phones, or any other WiFi 11b appliances. The standard values of the transmission
speed are the theoretical maximum values for the wireless standards. They are not the actual speeds of
data transmission.
• The location where the transmission is most effective differs depending on the usage environment.
• Wireless LAN adaptor should be connected directly to the TV’s USB port. USB hubs are not supported.
• To configure wireless settings please refer wifi section in Settings menu.
• Wireless LAN adaptor supports 802.11 a,b,g & n type modems. It is highly recommended that you should
use IEEE 802.11n communication protocol in order to avoid any possible problems while watching videos.
• Use the other usb input, if you experience problems with audio/video performance.
• You must change your modem’s SSID when there are any other modems around with the same SSID. You
can encounter connection problems otherwise. Use wired connection instead if you experience problems
with wireless connection.
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Remote Control Handset
Inserting Batteries
• Remove the battery cover located on the back of
the handset by gently pulling backwards from the
indicated part.
• Insert two AAA/R3 or equivalent type batteries
inside. Insert two AAA/R3 or equivalent type
batteries inside. Observe the correct polarity (+/-)
when inserting batteries and replace the battery
cover.
Note: When the TV is switched to standby mode,
standby LED can blink to indicate that features such
as Standby Search, Over Air Download or Timer is
active. The LED can also blink when you switch on
the TV from standby mode.
Standby Notifications
If the TV switches off while in No Signal mode, the
following on-screen message will be displayed on the
next switch-on:
When the Auto Tv Off timeout is reached, the following
message will be displayed on the screen. Select YES
to shut down the TV. Select NO to cancel. The TV
will switch off as well, if you do not make a selection
on this screen.
Note: Remove the battery from remote control
handset when it is not to be used for a long period.
Otherwise it can be damaged due to any leakage of
batteries. Remote range is approximately 7m/23ft.
Switching On/Off
To Switch the TV On
• Connect the power cord to the 220-240V AC, 50
Hz socket.
If the TV switches off owing to the auto power down
feature, the following on-screen message will be
displayed on the next switch-on:
• Switch the “
” button on the rear left hand side
to position “|” so the TV will switch to standby mode.
Then the standby LED lights up.
• To switch on the TV from standby mode either:
• Press the “ ” button, P+ / P- or a numeric button
on the remote control.
• Press the -P/CH or P/CH+ touch button on the TV.
The TV will then switch on.
Note: If you switch on your TV via standby button
on the remote control, the programme/source that
you were watching last will be reselected. The TV
will switch on with the last selected channel number,
regardless of the channel number that you select from
the remote control to switch on the TV.
By either method the TV will switch on.
• Press the “
” button.
• The digital teletext information appears.
• Operate it with the coloured buttons, cursor buttons
and OK button.
The operation method may differ depending on the
contents of the digital teletext.
Follow the instructions displayed on digital teletext
screen.
To Switch the TV Off
• Switch the “
Digital Teletext (** for UK only)
” button to position 2 as illustrated,
so the TV will switch OFF.
• To power down the TV completely, unplug the
power cord from the mains socket.
• When Press “OK” button or similar message appears
on the screen, press the OK button.
• When the “ ” button is pressed, the TV returns to
television broadcasting.
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• With digital broadcasting (DVB), in addition to digital
teletext broadcasting together with the normal
broadcasting, there are also channels with just digital
teletext broadcasting.
• The aspect ratio (picture shape) when watching
a channel with just digital teletext broadcasting is
the same as the aspect ratio of the picture viewed
previously.
• When you press the “ ” button again, the digital
teletext screen will be displayed.
Analogue Teletext
Use of teletext and its functions are identical to
the analogue text system. Please do refer to the
“TELETEXT” explanations.
Input Selection
Viewing Main Menu
• Press the “
”/“
” button at the same time
to view main menu. In the Main menu select the submenu using “AV” button and set the sub-menu using
“
” or “
” buttons. To learn the usage of
the menus, refer to the menu system sections.
AV Mode
• Press the “AV” button in the control panel on the TV
to switch between AV modes.
Operation with the Remote Control
• The remote control of your TV is designed to control
all the functions of the model you selected. The
functions will be described in accordance with the
menu system of your TV.
Volume Setting
Once you have connected external systems to
your TV, you can switch to different input sources.
Press “SOURCE” button on your remote control
consecutively for directly changing sources.
• Press “V+” button to increase the volume. Press “V-”
button to decrease the volume. A volume level scale
(slider) will be displayed on the screen.
Programme Selection (Previous or Next
Programme)
• Press “ P -” button to select the previous
programme.
• Press “P +” button to select the next programme.
Programme Selection (Direct Access)
• Press numeric buttons on the remote control to select
programmes between 0 and 9. The TV will switch
to the selected programme. To select programmes
between, press the numeric buttons consecutively.
When the pressing time is due for the second
numeric button, only the first digit programme will
be displayed. Press directly the programme number
to reselect single digit programmes.
*
Note: If the background is transparent, on screen texts
will be slightly transparent as well.
(*) AV IN source option will switch to the device
connected via the SIDE AV socket.
You can operate your TV using both the remote control
and onset buttons.
Operation with the Buttons on the TV
Volume Setting
• Press “
” button to decrease volume or
button to increase volume, so a volume level scale
(slider) will be displayed on the screen.
Programme Selection
• Press “P/CH +” button to select the next programme or
“P/CH -” button to select the previous programme.
Viewing Electronic Programme
Guide (EPG)
You can view the electronic programme guide (EPG)
to view information about available programmes. To
view the EPG menu please press EPG button on the
remote control.
• Press “ ”/“
channels.
”
buttons to navigate through
• Press “ ”/“ ” buttons to navigate through the
programme list.
• EPG menu displays available information on all
channels.
• Please note that event information is updated
automatically. If there are no event information
data available for channels, EPG will be displayed
with blanks.
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(RECORD): the TV will start to record the
selected progamme. You can press again to stop
the recording.
—Timeline schedule—
OK (Options): Views/records or sets timer for future
programs.
INFO (Event Details): Displays the programmes in
detail.
Green button: Programme schedule will be listed
Yellow button: Display EPG data in accordance with
timeline schedule
Red button (Prev Day): Displays the programmes
of previous day.
Blue button (Filter): Views filtering options.
Green button (Next day): Displays the programmes
of the next day.
(RECORD): the TV will start to record the
selected progamme. You can press again to stop
the recording.
Yellow button (Zoom): Expands programme
information.
—EPG List schedule—
INFO (Event Details): Displays the programmes in
detail.
Blue button (Filter): Views filtering options.
Numeric buttons (Jump): Jumps to the preferred
channel directly via numeric buttons.
OK (Options): Views/records or sets timer for future
programs.
Text (Search): Displays “Guide Search” menu.
Red button (Prev Time Slice): Displays the
programmes of previous time slice.
Green button (Next Time Slice): Displays the
programmes of the next time slice.
Yellow button (Prev Day): Displays the programmes
of previous day.
Blue button (Next day): Displays the programmes
of the next day.
Text button (Filter): Views filtering options.
Numeric buttons (Jump): Jumps to the preferred
channel directly via numeric buttons.
OK (Options): Views/records or sets timer for future
programs.
INFO (Event Details): Displays the programmes in
detail.
SUBTTL: Press SUBTITLE button to view Select
Genre menu. Using this feature, you can search the
programme guide database in accordance with the
genre. Info available in the programme guide will
be searched and results matching your criteria will
be listed.
(Now) : Shows the current programme.
(RECORD): the TV will start to record the
selected progamme. You can press again to stop
the recording.
Recording via EPG Screen
IMPORTANT: To record a programme, you should
first connect a USB disk to your TV while the TV is
switched off. You should then switch on the TV to
enable recording feature. Otherwise, recording feature
will not be available.
(RECORD): the TV will start to record the
selected progamme. You can press again to stop
the recording.
Note: Switching to a different broadcast or source is
not available during the recording.
/
: Page left / Page right.
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Programme Options
In EPG menu, press the OK button to enter the “Event
Options” menu.
Select Channel
In EPG menu, using this option, you can switch to the
selected channel.
Record / Delete Record Timer
IMPORTANT: To record a programme, you should
first connect a USB disk to your TV while the TV is
switched off. You should then switch on the TV to
enable recording feature. Otherwise, recording feature
will not be available.
• After you have selected a programme in EPG menu,
press the OK button and and Options screen will
be displayed. Select “Record” option and press the
OK button. After this operation, a recording becomes
set to the selected programme.
• To cancel an already set recording, highlight that
programme and press the OK button and select
the option “Delete Rec. Timer”. The recording will
be cancelled.
Note: You cannot switch to any other channel or
source while there is an active recording on the
current channel.
Set Timer / Delete Timer
After you have selected a programme in EPG menu,
press the OK button and and Options screen will
be displayed. Select “Set Timer on Event” option
and press OK button. You can set a timer for future
programmes.
To cancel an already set reminder, highlight that
programme and press the OK button. Then select
“Delete Timer” option. The timer will be cancelled.
Note: It is not possible to record or set timer for two or
more individual events at the same time interval.
First Time Installation
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the aerial or cable is
connected and a Common Interface module is not
inserted before switching on the TV for the first
time installation.
• Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to select your language
and press OK button to set selected language and
continue.
• After selecting the language, “Welcome!” screen will
be displayed, requiring you to set Country, Search
Type, Teletext Language, Scan Encrypted and
Store Mode options.
• By pressing “ ” or “ ” button, select the country
you want to set and press “ ” button to highlight
Search Type option. Use “ ” or “ ” to set the
desired search type. Available search types are
digital only, analog TV only and full.
• When set, press “ ” to select Teletext Language.
Use “ ” or “ ” to select the desired Teletext
Language.
• You can activate Store mode option by using
or button. If the Store mode is set to “enabled”,
E-Pop option will be available in other settings
menu. If it is set to “disabled”, Store mode will
not be available after the First Time Installation.
Note: If Store Mode is enabled, some features may
be affected.
• Press “ ” button after setting Teletext Language
option. Scan Encrypted will be then highlighted.
You can set Scan Encrypted as Yes if you want to
scan coded stations.
• Press OK button on the remote control to continue
and the following message will be displayed on the
screen:
Do not insert a common interface module during the
search process.
• When the TV is operated for the first time, installation
wizard will guide you through the process. First,
language selection screen will be displayed:
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If you select CABLE option and press OK button on
the remote control to continue, the following message
will be displayed on the screen:
To continue please select YES and press OK. To
cancel operation, select NO and press OK.
You can select frequency ranges from this screen. For
highlighting lines you see, use “ ” or “ ” button. You
can enter the frequency range manually by using the
numeric buttons on the remote control. Set Start and
Stop Frequency as desired by using numeric buttons
on the remote control. After this operation, you can set
Search Step as 8000 KHz or 1000 KHz. If you select
1000 KHz, the TV will perform search process in a
detailed way. Searching duration will thus increase
accordingly. When finished, press OK button to start
automatic search.
If you select AERIAL option from the Search Type
screen, the television will search for digital terrestrial
and analogueTV broadcasts.
Note: You can press “MENU” button to cancel.
End of the search process, Choose Region menu
screen will be displayed (if any multiple region variants
are detected). Please select country and region choice
then press OK to continue.
• After all the available stations are stored, Channel
List will be displayed on the screen. If you like the
sort channels, according to the LCN, please select
“Yes” and than press “OK”.
• Press OK button to quit channel list and watch TV.
Auto Tuning
HINT: Auto tuning feature will help you to retune the TV
set in order to store new services or stations.
Press “MENU” button on the remote control and
select Installation by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press
OK button and the following menu screen will be
displayed.
Select Automatic Channel Scan (Retune) by using “
”/“ ” button and press OK button. Automatic Channel
Scan (Retune) options will be displayed. You can
select options by using “ ”/“ ” and OK buttons.
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Auto Channel Scan Menu Operation
K_Band = VHF 5-12, UHF 21-69
Digital Aerial: Searches and stores aerial DVB
stations.
Digital Cable: Searches and stores cable DVB
stations.
Analogue: Searches and stores analogue stations.
Digital Aerial & Analogue: Searches and stores both
analogue and aerial DVB stations.
Digital Cable Manual Search
In cable manual scan, you can enter frequency,
modulation, symbol rate and network channel scan
options. After selecting search type as Digital Cable,
you can set the desired options and press OK button
to search.
Digital Cable & Analogue: Searches and stores both
analogue and cable DVB stations.
• Whenever you select an automatic search type and
press OK button, a confirmation screen will appear
on the screen. To start installation process, select
Yes, to cancel select No by using .“ ” or “ ” and
OK button.
• After auto channel scan type is set and selected
and confirmed, installation process will start and
progress bar will move along. Press “MENU” button
to cancel process. In such a case, located channels
are not stored.
Analogue Manual Search
Manual Tuning
HINT: This feature can be used for direct broadcast
entry.
• Select Manual Channel Scan from the Installation
menu by using “ ”/“ ” and OK buttons. Manual
Scan options screen will be displayed.
• Select the desired Search Type using “ ” or “
” button. Manual search options will change
accordingly. Use “ ”/“ ” button to highlight an item
and then press “ ” or “ ” button to set an option.
You can press “MENU” button to cancel.
Digital Aerial Manual Search
After selecting search type as analogue, you can use
“ ”/“ ” button to highlight an item and then press “
” or “ ” button to set an option.
Enter the channel number or frequency using the
numeric buttons. You can then press OK button
to search. When the channel is located, any new
channels that are not on the list will be stored.
Network Channel Scan
In manual channel scan, the number of the multiplex
or frequency are entered manually and only that
multiplex or frequency are searched for the channels.
After selecting search type as Digital Aerial, you
must select the desired Band and then you can enter
the multiplex or frequency number using the numeric
buttons and press OK button to search.
Band Options:
D_Band = VHF 9-24
S_Band = VHF 12-20, UHF 21-41
Select Network Channel Scan from the installation
menu by using “ ” or “ ” and OK buttons. Network
Channel Scan selection screen will be displayed.
Select Digital Aerial or Digital Cable and press
OK button to continue. The following message will
be asked. Select Yes to continue or select No to
cancel.
If you start Digital Aerial scan process, automatic
scanning will start. You can press “MENU” button
to cancel.
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If you start Digital Cable scan process, the following
screen will be displayed.
Select YES and press OK to continue or select NO
and press OK button to cancel.
Managing Stations: Channel List
You can select frequency ranges from this screen. For
highlighting lines you see, use “ ” or “ ” button. You
can enter the frequency range manually by using the
numeric buttons on the remote control. Set Start and
Stop Frequency as desired by using numeric buttons
on the remote control. After this operation, you can set
Search Step as 8000 KHz or 1000 KHz. If you select
1000 KHz, the TV will perform search process in a
detailed way. Searching duration will thus increase
accordingly. When finished, press OK button to start
automatic search. Automatic searching screen will be
displayed during the process.
Note: If you select an extended gap between Start
and Stop frequency rate, automatic search duration
will take a longer time.
Analog Fine Tune
• Select Analog Fine Tune from the Installation menu
by using “ ” or “ ” and OK buttons. Analog Fine
Tune screen will be displayed. Analog Fine Tune
feature will not be available if there are no analog
channels, digital channels and external sources
stored.
• Press OK button to proceed. Use “ ” or “ ” button
to set Fine Tune. When finished, press OK button
again.
The TV sorts all stored stations in the Channel List.
You can edit this channel list, set favourites or set
active stations to be listed by using the Channel List
options.
• Press “MENU” button to view main menu. Select
Channel List item by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press
OK to view menu contents.
Select Active Network feature allows you to select
only the broadcasts within the selected network.
Select Edit Channel List to manage all stored
channels. Use “ ” or “ ” and OK buttons to select
Edit Channel List.
Channel List Types
You can set channel list type function to display
desired types of available channels.
First Time Installation
If you want to delete all channels and settings please
select First Time Installation and press OK. The
TV’s memory will be deleted and installation progress
starts.
Clear Service List (*)
(*) This setting is visible only when the Country option
is set to Denmark, Sweden, Norway or Finland.
Use this setting to clear channels stored. Press “
” or “ ” button to select Clear Service List and then
press OK. The following OSD will be displayed on
the screen:
RED: Lists only digital aerial and analogue
broadcasts.
GREEN: Lists only digital cable and analogue
broadcasts.
OK: Watch selected.
MENU: Exits.
BLUE: Displays filtering options.
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Operating the Channel List
‘0...9’ replaces the highlighted character with the
characters printed above the button one by one as
the button is pressed.
• When finished, press OK button to save. Press
“MENU” to cancel.
Locking a Channel
You can press GREEN button to tag/untag all
channels; YELLOW button to tag/untag a single
channel.
• Select the channel that you want to lock and select
Lock option. Press OK button to continue.
• Press “ ” or “ ” button to select the channel that
will be processed. Press “ ” or “ ” button to select
a function on Channel List menu.
• You will be asked to enter parental control PIN.
Default PIN is set as 0000. Enter the PIN number.
• Use P+/P- buttons to move page up or down.
• Press BLUE button to view filtering options.
• Press “MENU” button to exit.
Note: The channels listed are mixed at the channel
list. Channel types can be differentiated by the icons
next to them: DTV (digital tv), HD (HD TV) , ATV
(Analogue TV) ,TV (TV), RD (Radio), encrypted, lock,
and at the favourite list.
Listed channels can also be sorted by using the active
channel list filter.
Moving a Channel
• First select the desired channel. Select Move option
in the channel list and press OK button.
• Edit Number screen will be displayed. Enter the
desired channel number by using the numeric
buttons on the remote control. If there is a previously
stored channel on that number, a warning screen
will be displayed. Select Yes if you want to move the
channel and press OK.
• Press OK button when the desired channel is
highlighted to lock/unlock the channel. Lock symbol
will be displayed next to the selected channel.
Channel List Filter
Channel list filtering option can be set as desired. Use
filter to set channels as TV only, Radio only and Text
only. If encrypted channel are not listed, you can as set
free by using CAS/free feature. You can jump to the
related channels by using A-Z options. You can sort
channels alphabetically by using Sort option. You can
customize channel list by using all this feature.
Managing Stations: Favourites
You can create a list of favourite programmes.
• Press “MENU” button to view main menu. Select
Channel List item by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press
OK to view menu contents.
• Press OK button to process. Selected channel is
now moved.
• Select Favourites to manage favourite list. Use “
”/“ ” and OK buttons to select Favourites.
Deleting a Channel
• You can set various channels as favourites so that
only the favourite channels are navigated.
You can press GREEN button to tag/untag all
channels; YELLOW button to tag/untag channel.
• Select the channel that you want to delete and select
Delete option. Press OK button to continue.
• A warning screen will appear. Select YES to delete,
select No to cancel. Press OK button to continue.
Renaming a Channel
• Select the channel that you want to rename and
select Edit Name option. Press OK button to
continue.
• Pressing “ ” or “ ” button moves to the previous/
next character. Pressing “ ” or “ ” button toggles
the current character, i.e., ‘b’ character becomes ‘a’
by “ ” and ‘c’ by “ ”. Pressing the numeric buttons
• Select a channel by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press
OK button to add selected channel to favourites list.
Press OK button again to remove.
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Button Functions
• OK: Add/remove a station.
• YELLOW: Tag/untag a channel.
• GREEN: Tag/untag all channels.
• BLUE: Displays filtering options.
When a channel is added to the favourite list, you
can press FAV button while watching TV in order to
navigate only through your favourite channels with
P+/P- button.
Press FAV button again to navigate through all
channels again.
The information banner gives information on the
channel selected and the programmes on it. The name
of the channel is displayed, along with its channel
list number.
Hint: Not all channels broadcast the programme
data. If the name and time of the programme are not
available, then information banner will be displayed
with blanks.
If the selected channel is locked, you must enter the
correct four-digit numeric code to view the channel
(default code is 0000). “Enter PIN” will be displayed
on the screen in such a case:
Note: In the channel list, always all channels will be
shown.
Managing Stations: Sorting
Channel List
You can select broadcasts to be listed in the channel
list. To display specific types of broadcast, you should
use Active Channel List setting.
Select Active Channel List from the Channel list
menu by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button
to continue.
Media Playback Using Media
Browser
If the USB stick is not recognized after power off/on
or First Time Installation, first, plug the USB device
out and power off/on the TV set. Plug the USB device
in again.
To display Media Browser window, press either
“MENU” button on the remote control and then select
Media Browser by pressing “ ” or “ ” button. Press
OK button to continue. Media Browser menu options
will be displayed.
Also, when you plug USB devices, media browser
screen will be displayed automatically:
You can choose an active channel list from the list by
using “ ” /“ ” and OK buttons.
Broadcast Type (optional): When you set the desired
broadcast type by using “ ” or “ ” button, the TV will
display the related channel list. If the related source
has does not include any stored channels, “No
channels for this type have been found.” message
will be displayed on the screen.
On-Screen Information
You can press “INFO” button to display on-screen
information. Details of the station and current
programme will be displayed on the information
banner.
You can play music, picture and video files from the
connected USB memory stick. Use “ ” or “ ” button
to select Videos, Photos, Music, Recordings Library
or Settings.
You can connect two USB devices to your TV. If both
USB devices include music, picture or video files, USB
selection OSD will be displayed on the screen. The
first USB device connected to the TV will be named
as USB Drive1.
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Viewing Photos via USB
When you select Photos from the main options,
available image files will be filtered and listed on this
screen.
Select a device by using “ ” or “ ” button and press
OK.
Viewing Videos via USB
Jump (Numeric buttons): Jump to selected file using
the numeric buttons.
OK: Views the selected picture in full screen.
Slideshow (
all images.
button): Starts the slideshow using
RED: Sorts files by date.
When you select Videos from the main options,
available video files will be filtered and listed on this
screen. You can use “ ” or “ ” button to select a video
file and press OK button to play a video. If you select
a subtitle file and press OK button, you can select or
deselect that subtitle file. The following menu will be
displayed while playing a video file:
GREEN: Views images in thumbnails.
BLUE: Switch between music,photo,video and all
YELLOW: Change view style
Slideshow Options
Pause (
button) : Pauses the slideshow.
Continue (
Play (
button): Starts the video playback.
Stop (
button): Stops the video playback.
Pause (
button): Pause the video playback.
Rewind (
button): Goes backward.
Forward (
button): Goes forward.
button) : Continues the slideshow.
Previous/Next (Left/Right buttons): Jumps to
previous or next file on slideshow.
Subtitle/Audio (LANG. button): Sets subtitle/
Audio.
Yellow: Opens subtitle time correction menu
Rotate (Up/Down buttons): Rotates the image using
up/down buttons.
Loop/Shuffle (GREEN button): Press once to disable
Loop. Press again to disable both Loop and Shuffle.
Press once more to enable only Shuffle. Press again
to enable all. You can follow the disabled functions
with the change of the icons.
BACK (Exit): Back to file list.
INFO: Displays help screen.
Press BACK button to switch back to previous
menu.
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Playing Music via USB
When you select Music from the main options,
available audio files will be filtered and listed on this
screen.
Recordings Library
In the main menu, use “ ” or “ ” buttons to select
Media Browser. Highlight Recordings Library item by
using “ ” or “ ” button and press OK button to enter.
Recordings Library will then be displayed.
IMPORTANT: To view recordings library, you should
first connect a USB disk to your TV while the TV is
switched off. You should then switch on the TV to
enable recording feature. Otherwise, recording feature
will not be available.
0..9 (Jump): When you press a digit button displays
textual file search.
Play This (OK button) : Plays the selected file.
Play ( button) : Plays all media files starting with
the selected one.
Stop (
Pause (
button): Stops playback.
button): Pauses the selected playback.
Previous/Next (Left/Right buttons): Jumps to
previous or next file to play.
RED: Sorts files by Title, Artist or Album.
Loop/Shuffle (GREEN button): Press once to disable
Loop. Press again to disable both Loop and Shuffle.
Press once more to enable only Shuffle. Press again
to enable all. You can follow the disabled functions
with the change of the icons.
Select a recorded item from the list (if previously
recorded) by using “ ” / “ ” button. Press OK button
to view Play Options. Select an option by using “ ”
/ “ ” or OK buttons.
Note:
If you start the playback with the button and activate
the
symbol, the TV will play the next music/video
file. The playback will proceed accordingly and when
the end of the list is reached, it will be played again
from the beginning (loop function).
If you start the playback with the OK button and
activate the
symbol, the same music or video file
will be played in a loop (repeat function).
Available playback options:
• Play from start: Plays the recording from the
or OK button and
If you start the playback with
beginning.
activate the
symbol, music or video file will be
• Resume: Recommences the recordings.
played in a shuffle.
• Play from offset: Specifies a playing point.
or OK button and
If you start the playback with
Note: Viewing main menu and menu items will not be
,
symbols, music or video file playback
activate
available during the playback.
will continue randomly and the random playback will
Press (STOP) button to stop a playback and return
continue.
to return to Recordings Library.
BLUE: Switch between music,photo,video and all.
Slow Forward
YELLOW: Change view style.
If you press
(PAUSE) button while watching
recorded programmes, slow forward feature will be
available. You can use
button to slow forward.
Pressing
button consecutively will change slow
forwarding speed
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(*) Similtaneous timeshifting recording’s duration
depends on your connected USB disk’s file size
and defined Max. Timeshift in the Recordings
Configuration menu. See the section, “Recordings”
for more information on setting Max. Timeshift.
Media Browser Settings
Note: Switching to a different broadcast or source;
and viewing main menu are not available during the
timeshifting.
Lip Sync delay may occur during the timeshifting.
Standby button is ignored during the timeshifting.
The TV will not switch to standby mode during the
timeshifting.
Instant Recording
You can set your Media Browser preferences by
using the Settings dialog. Press “ ” or “ ” button to
highlight an item and use “ ” or “ ” button to set.
View Style: Sets default browsing mode.
Music FF/FR Speed: Sets Music FF/FR Speed
time.
Slide Show Interval: Sets slide show interval time.
Show Subtitle: Sets subtitle enabling preference.
Subtitle Language: Sets supported subtitle
language.
Subtitle Position: Sets subtitle position as up or
down.
Subtitle Font Size: Sets subtitle font size (max.
54pt).
IMPORTANT: To record a programme, you should
first connect a USB disk to your TV while the TV is
switched off. You should then switch on the TV to
enable recording feature. Otherwise, recording feature
will not be available.
(RECORD) button to start recording an
• Press
event instantly while watching a programme. The
following OSD appears on the screen:
Timeshift Recording
IMPORTANT: To record a programme, you should
first connect a USB disk to your TV while the TV is
switched off. You should then switch on the TV to
enable recording feature. Otherwise, recording feature
will not be available.
• Press (PAUSE) button while watching a broadcast
for switching to timeshifting mode.
• Record OSD will then be displayed for a short time
and the current event will be recorded.
(RECORD) button on the remote
• You can press
control again to record the next event on the EPG. In
this case, OSD will display the programmed events
for recording.
• In timeshifting mode, the programme is paused and
simultaneously recorded to the connected USB disk
(PLAY) button again to watch the paused
(*). Press
programme from the stopped moment.
• This playback is performed in x1 playback speed.
You will see the timeshift gap between the real and
the timeshifted programme in the info bar.
• Use
/
(PREVIOUS/NEXT) buttons to move
forward or backward on timeshift playback. When
the timeshift is reached, timeshifting mode will be
quitted and you will switch back to watching normal
broadcast.
• Press
(STOP) button to quit timeshifting mode.
Press
(STOP) button to cancel instant recording.
The following OSD will be displayed:
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Slow Forward
If you press
(PAUSE) button while watching
recorded programmes, slow forward feature will be
available. You can use
button to slow forward.
button consecutively will change slow
Pressing
forwarding speed.
Select Yes by using “ ” or “ ” / OK buttons to cancel
instant recording.
Note: Switching to a different broadcast or source;
and viewing Media Browser are not available during
the recording.
Watching Recorded Programmes
In the main menu, use “ ” or “ ” buttons to select
Media Browser. Highlight Recordings Library item by
using “ ” or “ ” button and press OK button to enter.
Recordings Library will then be displayed.
IMPORTANT: To view recordings library, you should
first connect a USB disk to your TV while the TV is
switched off. You should then switch on the TV to
enable recording feature. Otherwise, recording feature
will not be available.
Using DLNA Network Service
Information
DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) is a standard
that eases viewing process of digital electronics and
makes them more convenient to use on a home
network. For further information, visit www.dlna.org.
DLNA standard allows you to view and play photos,
music and videos stored in the DLNA media server
connected to your home network.
Step 1: Nero Media Home Installation
DLNA function cannot be used if the server program
is not install to your PC. Please prepare your PC
with the provided Nero Media Home programme. For
more information about the installation, please refer
to appendix H.
Step 2: Connecting to a Wired or Wireless
Network
Wired Connection
Select a recorded item from the list (if previously
recorded) by using “ ” / “ ” button. Press OK button
to view Play Options. Select an option by using “ ”
/ “ ” or OK buttons.
• Connect your network’s LAN cable to the ETHERNET
INPUT of your TV. Make sure that the preparation
of media server, connections and network settings
are completed properly (See the chapter, Network
Settings for more information).
Wireless Connection
IMPORTANT: “Veezy 100” USB dongle(sold
separately) is required to use wireless network
feature. To use your TV with your wireless network,
you need a “Veezy 100” Wireless USB dongle.
• Please plug in the Wi-Fi dongle to one of the USB
ports of the TV.
• Select Network Settings from the Settings
menu.
Available playback options:
• Play from start: Plays the recording from the
beginning.
• Resume: Recommences the recordings.
• Play from offset: Specifies a playing point.
Note: Viewing main menu and menu items will not be
available during the playback.
• Press YELLOW button to start searching for
available wireless networks. If any active wireless
networks are found, a list will be displayed.
• Please select your desired network from the list. If
the selected network is protected with a password,
please enter the correct key by using the virtual
keyboard. You can use this keyboard via navigation
buttons (Left/Right/Up/Down) and OK button on the
remote control.
Press (STOP) button to stop a playback and return
to return to Recordings Library.
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• Wait until the IP address is shown on the screen. This
means that the connection is now established.
See the chapter Network Settings for detailed
configuration information. You can press BLUE button
to test internet speed.
Step 3: Playing Shared Files via Media
Browser
• If available networks are found, they will be listed
on this screen.
• Select media server or network that you want to
connect by using “ ” or “ ” buttons and press
OK button.
• If you select media type as Video and choose a
device from the selection menu, a new menu screen
will appear on the screen as below:
• Select Media Browser by using Left or Right button
from the main menu and press OK button. Media
browser will be then displayed.
• DLNA support is available only with Media Browser
folder mode. To enable folder mode, go to Settings
tab in the main media browser screen and press
OK. In the settings options, highlight View Style and
change to Folder using Left or Right button.
• Please select desired media type and press OK
• Select Videos from this screen to list all the available
video files from the selected network.
• To play other media types from this screen, you must
go back to main Media Browser screen and select
media type as desired and then perform the network
selection again (See Step 3).
• Refer to Media Browser USB Playback section for
further information on file playback.
• Subtitle files do not work if you watch video from
network through DLNA.
• You can connect only one television with DLNA to
same network.
• If sharing configurations are set properly, the
following OSD message will be displayed after
selecting the desired media type. Select OK to
display selected network or USB memory content.
If you want to refresh the device list, press GREEN
button. You can press MENU to exit.
• If a problem occurs with DLNA network, please
switch on/off your television.
• Trick mode and jump are not supported with DLNA
function.
CAUTION:
• There may be some PC’s which may not be able to
utilize the DLNA function due to administrator and
security settings. (such as business PC’s).
• For best home network streaming with this set, the
supplied Nero software should be installed.
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Connecting to your Cell Phone via WiFi
(Optional)
• If your cell phone has WiFi feature, you can connect
your cell phone to your TV by using WiFi connection
via a router, in order to play content from your phone.
For this, your cell phone must have an appropriate
sharing software.
• Connect to your router following the steps stated
above in the Wireless Connection section.
• Afterwards, engage your cell phone with the router
and then activate sharing software on your cell
phone. Then, select files that you would like to share
with your TV.
• If the connection is established correctly, you should
now access the shared files of your cell phone via
the Media Browser of your TV.
• Enter Media Browser menu and playback device
selection OSD will be displayed. Select your cell
phone’s ident and press OK to continue.
Note: This feature may not be supported by some
cell phones.
• For 16:9 aspect ratio pictures that have been
squeezed into a normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio),
use the 16:9 mode to restore the picture to its
original shape.
Subtitle
This zooms up the wide picture (16:9 aspect ratio)
with subtitles to the full screen.
Note: You can shift the screen up or down by pressing
“ ” / “ ” buttons while picture zoom is selected as
Panoromic, 14:9 Zoom, Cinema or Subtitle.
14:9
This zooms up the wide picture (14:9 aspect ratio) to
the upper and lower limits of the screen.
Changing Image Size: Picture
Formats
• Programmes can be watched in different picture
formats, depending on the transmission received.
• You can change the aspect ratio (image size) of
the TV for viewing the picture in different zoom
modes.
• Press “ SCREEN” button repeatedly to change
the image size. Available zoom modes are listed
below.
Auto
14:9 Zoom
When AUTO is selected, the aspect ratio of the screen
is adjusted by the information provided by the selected
source(if available)
The format being displayed in AUTO mode is
completely independent of WSS information which
could be included in the broadcast signal or the signal
from an external device.
Note: Auto mode only will be available in HDMI, YPbPr
and DTV sources.
16:9
This uniformly stretches the left and right sides of a
normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio) to fill the wide TV
screen.
This option zooms to the 14:9 picture.
4:3
Use to view a normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio) as this
is its original size.
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Panoramic
Picture Settings Menu Items
This stretches the left and right sides of a normal
picture (4:3 aspect ratio) to fill the screen, without
making the picture appear unnatural.
Mode: For your viewing requirements, you can set
the related mode option. Picture mode can be set to
one of these options: Cinema, Game, Dynamic and
Natural.
Contrast: Sets the lightness and darkness values of
the screen.
Brightness: Sets the brightness value for the screen.
Sharpness: Sets the sharpness value for the objects
displayed on the screen.
Colour: Sets the colour value, adjusting the colors.
The top and bottom of the picture are slightly cut off.
Cinema
This zooms up the wide picture (16:9 aspect ratio) to
the full screen.
Power Save Mode: Use “ ” or “ ” button to select
Power Save Mode. Press “ ” or “ ” button to set Power
Save Mode as Eco, Picture Off and Disabled. See the
section, “Environmental Information” in this manual for
further information on Power Save Mode.
Backlight: This setting controls the backlight level and
it can be set to Low, Medium, High and Auto.
Noise Reduction: If the broadcast signal is weak and
the picture is noisy, use Noise Reduction setting to
reduce the noise amount. Noise Reduction can be set to
one of these options: Low, Medium, High or Off.
Advanced Settings
Use “ ” or “ ” button to select advenced settins.
Configuring Picture Settings
You can use different picture settings in detail.
Press “MENU” button and select the Picture icon
by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view
Picture Settings menu.
Operating Picture Settings Menu Items
• Press “ ” or “ ” button to highlight a menu item.
• Use “ ” or “ ” button to set an item.
Dynamic Contrast: You can change contrast rate by
using dynamic contrast function. Dynamic contrast can
be set to one of these options: Low, Medium, High
or Off.
Colour Temp: Sets the desired colour tone.
Picture Zoom:Sets the picture size to Auto,16:9,
Subtitle,14:9, 14:9 Zoom, 4:3, Panoramic or Cinema.
HDMI True Black: While watching from HDMI source,
this feature will be visible in the Picture Settings menu.
You can use this feature to enhance blackness in the
picture. You can set this feature as “On” for activating
HDMI True Black mode.
• Press “MENU” button to exit.
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Note: HDMI True Black On/Off feature functions only
when the HDMI device output is set to RGB.
Film mode: Films are recorded at a different number of
frames per second to normal television programmes.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Film Mode. Press “
” or “ ”button to set this feature On or Off. Turn this
feature on when you are watching films to see the fast
motion scenes clearly.
Skin tone: Adjust the desired skin tone
Colour Shift: Adjust the desired colour tone.
RGB Gain: You can configure the colour temperature
values using the RGB Gain feature.
Reset: Resets the picture settings to factory default
settings.
While in VGA (PC) mode, some items in Picture menu
will be unavailable. Instead, VGA mode settings will be
added to the Picture Settings while in PC mode.
Configuring Sound Settings
Sound settings can be configured according to your
personal preferences.
Press “MENU” button and select the Sound icon by
using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view
Sound Settings menu.
PC Picture Settings
For adjusting PC picture items, do the following:
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Picture icon. Picture
menu appears on the screen.
Contrast, Brightness, Colour, Colour Temp and
Picture Zoom and other settings in this menu are
identical to settings defined in TV picture menu under
“Main Menu System”.
Sound, Settings and Source settings are identical to
the settings explained in main menu system.
PC Position: Select this to display PC position menu
items.
Operating Sound Settings Menu Items
• Press “ ” or “ ” button to highlight a menu item.
• Use “ ” or “ ” button to set an item.
• Press “MENU” button to exit.
Sound Settings Menu Items
Volume: Adjusts volume level.
Equalizer: Press OK button to view equalizer submenu.
Autoposition: Automatically optimizes the display.
Press OK to optimize.
H Position: This item shifts the image horizontally to
right hand side or left hand side of the screen.
V Position: This item shifts the image vertically
towards the top or bottom of the screen.
Dot Clock: Dot Clock adjustments correct the
interference that appear as vertical banding in
dot intensive presentations like spreadsheets or
paragraphs or text in smaller fonts.
Phase: Depending on the resolution and scan
frequency that you input to the TV set, you may see
a hazy or noisy picture on the screen. In such a case
you can use this item to get a clear picture by trial
and error method.
In Equalizer menu, the preset can be changed to
Music, Movie, Speech, Flat, Classic and User.
Press the “MENU” button to return to the previous
menu.
Note: Equalizer menu settings can be changed
manually only when the Equalizer Mode is in User.
Balance: This setting is used for emphasizing left or
right speaker balance.
Headphone: Sets headphone volume.
Sound Mode: You can select Mono, Stereo, Dual I
or Dual II mode, only if the selected channel supports
that mode.
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AVL: Automatic Volume Limiting (AVL) function sets the
sound to obtain fixed output level between programmes
(For instance, volume level of advertisements tend to
be louder than programmes).
Headphone/Lineout: When you connect an external
amplifier to your TV using the headphone jack,
you can select this option as Lineout. If you have
connected headphones to the TV, set this option as
Headphone.
Digital Out: Sets digital out audio type.
Configuring Your TV’s Settings
Detailed settings can be configured to suit your
personal preferences.
Press “MENU” button and select Settings icon by
using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view
Settings menu.
Using a Conditional Access
Module
IMPORTANT: Insert or remove the CI module only
when the TV is SWITCHED OFF.
• In order to watch certain digital channels, a
conditional access module (CAM) can be necessary.
This module must be inserted in the CI slot of your
TV.
• Obtain the Conditional Access Module (CAM) and
the viewing card by subscribing to a pay channel
company, then insert those to the TV using the
following procedure.
• Insert the CAM and then the viewing card to the
slot that is located in the terminal cover at the rear
side of the TV.
• The CAM should be correctly inserted, it is
impossible to insert fully if reversed. The CAM or
the TV terminal may be damaged if the CAM is
forcefully inserted.
Connect the TV to the mains supply, switch on
and then wait for few moments until the card is
activated.
• When no module is inserted, “ No Common
Interface module detected” message appears on
the screen.
• Refer to the module instruction manual for details
of the settings.
Viewing Conditional Access Menu (*)
(*) These menu settings may change depending on
the service provider.
Operating Settings Menu Items
• Press “ ” or “ ” button to highlight a menu item.
• Press OK button to select an item.
Press “MENU” button and select the icon by using “
” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view Settings
menu. Use “ ” or “ ” button to highlight Conditional
Access and press OK to view menu items.
• Press “MENU” button to exit.
Settings Menu Items
Conditional Access: Controls conditional access
modules when available.
Language: Configures language settings.
Parental: Configures parental settings.
Timers: Sets timers for selected programmes.
Date/Time: Sets date and time.
Sources: Enables or disables selected source
options.
Network Settings: In Network Settings window you
can set network type of the TV set.
Other Settings: Displays other setting options of
the TV set.
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Language Settings
Configuring Language
Preferences
You can operate the TV’s language settings using
this menu.
Press “MENU” button and select the Settings icon
by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view
Settings menu. Use “ ” or “ ” button to highlight
Language and press OK to continue:
In the Settings menu, highlight the Language Settings
item by pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons. Press OK and
Language Settings submenu will be displayed on
the screen:
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to highlight the menu item
that will be adjusted and then press “ ” or “ ” button
to set.
Notes:
Use “ ” or “ ” button to set an item. Settings are
stored automatically.
• System Language determines the on-screen menu
language.
Menu: displays the system language.
• Audio Language is used for selecting the soundtrack
of a channels.
Preferred
These settings will be used if available. Otherwise the
current settings will be used.
• Audio: Sets the preferred audio language.
• Subtitle : Sets the subtitle language. Selected
language will be seen in subtitles.
• Primary settings are the first priority when multiple
choices are available on a broadcast. Secondary
settings are the alternatives when the first options
are not available.
Parental Control
To prohibit viewing of certain programmes, channels
and menus can be locked by using the parental
control system.
• Teletext: Sets teletext language.
• Guide: Sets the preferred Guide language.
Current (*)
(*) These settings can be changed if only the
broadcaster supports. Otherwise, settings will not be
available to be changed.
• Audio: Changes the audio language for the current
channel.
This function enables or disables the menu protection
system and allows the PIN code to be changed.
Press “MENU” button and select the Settings by using
“ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view Settings
menu. Use “ ” or “ ” button to highlight Parental
and press OK to continue:
• Subtitle: Sets the subtitle language for the current
channel.
Note: If the Country option is set to Denmark, Sweden,
Norway or Finland, the Language Settings menu will
function as described below:
To display parental lock menu options, PIN number
should be entered. Factory default PIN number is
0000. After coding the correct PIN number, parental
settings menu will be displayed:
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Timers
To view Timers menu, press MENU button and select
Settings icon by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK
button to view Settings menu. Use “ ” or “ ” button
to highlight Timers and press OK to continue:
Setting Sleep Timer
This setting is used for setting the TV to turn off after
a certain time.
• Highlight Sleep Timer by using “ ” or “ ” button.
• Use “ ” or “ ” button to set. The timer can be
programmed between Off and 2.00 hours (120
minutes) in steps of 30 minutes.
Parental Settings Menu Operation (*)
Setting Programme Timers
• Select an item by using “ ” or “ ” button.
You can set programme timers for a particular
programme using this feature.
Press “ ” button to set timers on an event. Programme
timer function buttons will be displayed on the
screen.
• Use “ ” or “ ” button to set an item.
• Press OK button to view more options.
(*) If you set Country option as UK in the first time
installation, Maturity Lock and Child Lock options
will not be visible. This setting is available only for
EU countries.
Menu Lock: Menu lock setting enables or disables
the menu access. You can disable access to the
installation menu or the whole menu system.
Maturity Lock: When set, this option gets the maturity
information from the broadcast and if this maturity level
is disabled, disables access to the broadcast.
Child Lock: When Child Lock is set, the TV can only
be controlled by the remote control. In this case the
control panel buttons will not work, except for the
Standby/On button. When Child Lock is activated
you are able to switch the TV into Standby mode with
the Standby/On button. To switch the TV on again,
you need the remote control. Hence, if one of those
buttons is pressed, Child Lock Is On will be displayed
on the screen when the menu screen is not visible.
Set PIN: Defines a new PIN number. Use numeric
buttons to enter a new pin number. You will need
to code your new PIN a second time for verification
purposes.
IMPORTANT: The factory default PIN number is 0000,
if you change the PIN number make sure you write it
down and keep it safe.
Adding a Timer
• Press YELLOW button on the remote control to
add a timer.
Channel: Changes channel by using “ ” or “ ”.
Network Type: This feature is unavailable to be set.
Timer Type: You can select timer type as Record
or Timer.
Date: Enter a date using the numeric buttons.
Start: Enter a starting time using the numeric
buttons.
End: Enter an ending time using the numeric
buttons.
Duration: Displays duration between the starting and
ending time.
Repeat: Sets a timer to be repeated as Once, Daily or
Weekly. Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to select an option.
Change/Delete: Sets the change/delete permission.
Playback: Sets the playback permission and parental
settings.
• Press GREEN button to save the timer. Press RED
button to cancel.
Editing a Timer
• Select the timer you want to edit by pressing “ ”
or “ ” button.
• Press GREEN button. Edit Timer menu screen will
be displayed.
• When finished with editing, press GREEN button to
save. You can press “MENU” button to cancel.
Deleting a Timer
• Select the timer you want to delete by pressing “
” or “ ” button.
• Press RED button.
• Select YES by using “ ” or “ ” buttons to delete the
timer. Select NO to cancel.
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Recording Configuration
Select Recording Configuration item in the Settings
menu to configure recording settings. The following
menu is displayed for recording configuration.
Hard Disk Info
To view the details about the USB disk, highlight Hard
Disk Info by using “ ” or “ ” key and press OK. USB
disk information will be displayed
Configuring Date/Time Settings
Select Date/Time in the Settings menu to configure
Date/Time settings. Press OK button.
The following options are available for adjustments:
Start Early (*)
You set recording timer’s starting time to start earlier
by using this setting.
(*) Available only for EU country options.
End Late (*)
You set recording timer’s end time to end later by
using this settings.
(*) Available only for EU country options.
Max Timeshift
This setting allows you to set the maximum time
allowed for timeshifting. Duration options are
approximate and can change accordingly, depending
on the broadcast received. When the Max Timeshift
time is reached, auto play will proceed.
Format Disk
IMPORTANT: Note that ALL the data stored on the
USB disk will be lost and then the disk format will be
converted to FAT32 if you activate this feature.
•If you want to delete all files on the connected USB
hard disk drive or memory stick, you can use Format
Disk option.
• Also, if your USB disk malfunctions, you can try
formatting the USB disk. In most cases formatting
the USB disk will restore normal operation; however,
ALL the data stored on the USB disk will be lost in
such a case.
• Press OK button while the Format Disk option
is highlighted. A menu will appear on the screen,
requiring you to enter a pin number. If you have not
changed the pin number, the factory default is 0000.
After you enter the pin, a pop-up menu appears on
the screen to ensure that the hard disk should be
formatted, select “YES” and press OK to format the
hard disk. Select “NO” and press OK to cancel. Ensure
you back up important recordings before you format
the USB disk unit.
English
• Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to highlight Date/Time.
Date, Time, Time Settings Mode and Time Zone
Setting will be available.
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to highlight the Time Settings
Mode. Time Settings Mode is set using “ ” or “ ”
buttons. It can be set to AUTO or MANUAL.
When AUTO is selected, Date/Time and Time Zone
options will not be available to be set. If MANUAL
option is selected as the Time Zone can be altered:
• By pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons select Time Zone.
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to change the Time Zone
between GMT-12 or GMT+12. Date/Time on the top
of the menu list will then change according to the
selected Time Zone.
• Changes are automatically stored. Press “MENU”
to exit.
Configuring Source Settings
You can enables or disable selected source options.
The TV will not switch to the disabled source options
when “SOURCE” button is pressed.
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• Select Sources in the Settings menu and press
OK button.
Configuring Wired Network Settings in
Advanced Mode
• Press“ ” or “ ” buttons to select a source.
After pressing GREEN button, Advanced mode will
be available. While in Advanced Mode, press RED
button to edit settings. When finished, press OK to
save, Press RETURN/BACK to cancel.
• Use “ ” or “ ” button to enable or disable the
selected source. Changes are automatically
stored.
Wi-Fi Settings (Optional)
Configuring Network Settings
Note: Your TV’s Network Settings include Wired and
Wireless Connection options. However, if your TV
does not have USB Wi-Fi dongle(sold separately),
you should use Wired Connection type. If you try to
connect via Wireless Connection when your TV does
not have a USB Wi-Fi dongle, a warning screen will
appear and the TV will not get an IP address. Try
connecting the LAN cable after this and then the TV
will be able to get an IP address.
Wi-Fi feature can be used for a wireless network
connection (optional). The feature is used for
infrastructure purposes only, such as connecting to
the web, hbb sites and connecting with DLNA servers
(optional). Select Wireless Device option to switch to
Wireless Settings from Network Settings window.
Configuring Wired Device Settings
• On Network Settings window you can set network
type of the TV set, which connects the TV to
the Internet. If you are connecting the TV via
ETHERNET INPUT, select Network Type as Wired
Device to configure.
Press GREEN button to switch to advanced mode
and then press OK button to edit settings.
To enable Wi-Fi feature, profiles should be configured
properly. Please plug in the Wi-Fi dongle(sold separately)
to one of the USB ports (IMPORTANT: “Veezy 100” USB
dongle is required to use wireless network feature. To
use your TV with your wireless network, you need a
“Veezy 100” Wireless USB dongle.).
Setting Network Type
• Network type can be selected as Wired or Wireless
device, in accordance with the active connection to the
TV set. Select this as Wired if you have connected to
the TV a LAN cable. Select as Wireless if you connect
via the wireless USB dongle(sold separately).
Press YELLOW button to scan wireless network
from network settings menu. Afterwards available
network list will be displayed. Please select your
desired network from the list. If the selected network
is protected with a password, please enter the correct
key by using the virtual keyboard. You can use this
keyboard via navigation buttons (Left/Right/Up/Down)
and OK button on the remote control. Wait until the
IP the address is shown on the screen.
Setting Configuration Status
• This section displays the status of the connection.
Select Connected if you want to activate Wired or
Wireless connection. Select as Not Connected to
quit an active connection.
IP Address
• If an active connection is available, the IP address
will be displayed on this section. If you want to
configure IP address preferences, press GREEN
button and switch to the advanced mode.
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This means that the connection is now established.
To disconnect from a wireless network, you should
highlight Configuration Status and press OK.
Configuring Other Settings
To view general configuration preferences, select
Other Settings in the Settings menu and press OK
button.
You can navigate between menu tabs by pressing left/
right buttons. The help bar on the bottom of the dialog
shows features that you may use. Press BLUE button
to check your internet connection speed.
You can check the signal strenght by using the network
settings menu for the wireless device mode.
Information
Configuration Status: Displays wi-fi status as
connected or not connected.
IP Address: Displays the current IP address.
Network Name: Connected networks’ name will be
displayed.
Operation
Delete Saved Wifi Profiles
• Press “ ” or “ ” buttons to select an item.
Saved profiles will be deleted if you press red button
while wireless device selection osd is on the screen.
• Use “ ” or “ ” button to set an option.
Connecting to your Cell Phone via WiFi
(Optional)
Menu Timeout: Changes timeout duration for menu
screens.
• If your cell phone has WiFi feature, you can connect
your cell phone to your TV by using WiFi connection
via a router, in order to play content from your phone.
For this, your cell phone must have an appropriate
sharing software.
Scan Encrypted: When this setting is on, search
process will locate the encrypted channels as well. If
it is set as Off, encrypted channels will not be located
in automatic search or manual search.
• Press OK button to view a sub-menu.
• Connect to your router following the steps stated
above in the Wireless Connection section.
Blue Background: Activates or deactivates blue
background system when the signal is weak or
absent.
• Afterwards, engage your cell phone with the router
and then activate sharing software on your cell
phone. Then, select files that you would like to share
with your TV.
Software Upgrade: To ensure that your TV always
has the most update information, you can use this
setting. In order for the proper operation, please
ensure that the TV is set to standby mode.
• If the connection is established correctly, you should
now access the shared files of your cell phone via
the Media Browser of your TV.
• Enter Media Browser menu and playback device
selection OSD will be displayed. Select your cell
phone’s ident and press OK to continue.
Note: This feature may not be supported by some
cell phones.
You can enable or disable automatic upgrade by
setting Automatic Scanning option.
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You can manually search for new software by
selecting Scan for upgrade.
Application version: Displays the current application
version.
Hard of Hearing: If the broadcaster enables any
special signal concerning the audio, you can set this
setting as On to receive such signals.
Audio Description: Audio description refers to
an additional narration track for blind and visually
impaired viewers of visual media, including television
and movies. The description narrator talks through
the presentation, describing what is happening on the
screen during the natural pauses in the audio (and
sometimes during dialogue, if deemed necessary).
You can use this feature, only if the broadcaster
supports that additional narration track.
Auto TV Off: You can set the timeout value of auto off
feature. After the timeout value is reached and the TV
is not operated for selected time, the TV will go off.
Standby Search (optional): Use “ ” or “ ” button
to select Standby Search and then press “ ” or “
” button to set this setting as On or Off. If you
change Standby Search to Off, this function will be
unavailable.To use Standby Search please make sure
that you select Standby Search as On.
E-Pop: If you set E-Pop to “enabled”, your TV’s
features will be illustrated on the top of the screen.
Other Features
Displaying TV Information: Programme Number,
Programme Name, Sound Indicator, time, teletext,
channel type and resolution information is displayed
on the screen when a new programme is entered or
“INFO” button is pressed.
Mute Function: Press “ ” button to disable sound.
Mute indicator will be displayed in the upper side of
the screen. To cancel mute, there are two alternatives;
the first one is pressing the “ ” button and the second
one is increasing the volume level.
Picture Mode Selection: By pressing PRESETS
button, you can change Picture Mode settings in
accordance with your viewing requirements. Available
options are Dynamic, Natural, Cinema and Game.
Displaying Subtitles: You can enable subtitles by
pressing the SUBTITLE button of the remote control.
Press SUBTITLE button again to disable subtitle
function.
If “Subtitle” is On, pressing the “ ” button causes
the following warning message to be displayed on the
screen (** for UK only)
To deactivate this feature, please set to “disabled”.
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Teletext
Tips
Teletext system transmits information such as news,
sports and weather on your TV. Note that is the signal
degrades, for example in poor/adverse weather
conditions, some text errors may occur or the teletext
mode may be aborted.
Screen Care: Clean the screen with a dry, soft cloth.
Do not use abrasive solvents as they may damage the
coating layer of the TV screen. For your safety, unplug
the mains plug when cleaning the set. When moving
the TV, hold it properly from the bottom part.
Teletext function buttons are listed below:
Image Persistence: Please note that ghosting may
occur while displaying a persistent image. LCD TVs’
image persistence may disappear after a short time.
Try turning off the TV for a while.
“
” Teletext / Mix : Activates teletext mode when
pressed once. Press again to place the teletext screen
over the programme (mix). Pressing again will quit
the teletext mode.
“BACK” Index: Selects the teletext index page.
“INFO”Reveal: Shows hidden information (e.g.
solutions of games).
“OK” Hold: Holds a text page when convenient. Press
again to resume.
“ ”/“ ” Subcode Pages: Selects subcode pages if
available when the teletext is activated.
P+ / P- and numbers (0-9): Press to select a page.
Note: Most TV stations use code 100 for their index
pages.
Coloured Buttons (RED/GREEN/YELLOW/
BLUE)
Your TV supports both FASTEXT and TOP text
systems. When these systems are available, the
pages are divided into groups or topics. When
FASTEXT system is available, sections in a teletext
page will become colour-coded and can be selected
by pressing the coloured buttons. Press a coloured
button that corresponds to with your needs. The
coloured writings will appear, showing you which
coloured buttons to use when TOP text transmission
is present. Pressing “ ” or “ ” commands will request
the next or previous page respectively.
To avoid this, do not leave the screen in still picture
for extended periods.
No Power: If your TV system has no power, please
check the main power cable and connection to the
mains socket outlet.
Poor Picture: Have you selected the correct TV
system? Is your TV set or house aerial located too
close to a non-earthed audio equipment or neon
lights, etc.? Mountains or high buildings can cause
double pictures or ghost images. Sometimes you can
improve the picture quality by changing the direction
of the aerial. Is the picture or teletext unrecognisable?
Check if you have entered the correct frequency.
Please retune the channels. The picture quality may
degrade when two peripherals are connected to the
TV at the same time. In such a case, disconnect one
of the peripherals.
No Picture: Is the aerial connected properly? Are the
plugs connected tightly to the aerial socket? Is the
aerial cable damaged? Are suitable plugs used to
connect the aerial? If you are in doubt, consult your
dealer. No Picture means that your TV is not receiving
a transmission. Have you selected the correct button
on the remote control? Try once more. Also make sure
the correct input source has been selected.
Sound: You can not hear any sound. Did you perhaps
button? Sound is
interrupt the sound, pressing the
coming from only one of the speakers. Is the balance
set to one extreme? See Sound Menu.
Remote Control: Your TV no longer responds to the
remote control. Perhaps the batteries are exhausted.
If so you can still use the local buttons on the TV.
Input Sources: If you cannot select an input source,
it is possible that no device is connected. Check
the AV cables and connections if you have tried to
connect a device.
Recording Unavailable: To record a programme, you
should first connect a USB disk to your TV while the
TV is switched off. You should then switch on the TV to
enable recording feature. Otherwise, recording feature
will not be available. If you cannot perform recording,
try switching off the TV and then re-inserting the USB
device while the TV is switched off.
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USB Is too Slow: If “USB is too slow” message is
displayed on the screen while starting a recording,
try restarting the recording. If you still get the same
error, it is possible that your USB disk does not meet
the speed requirements. Try connecting another
USB disk.
Invalid Domain: Ensure that you have already logged
on to your PC with an authorized username/password
and also ensure that your domain is active, prior to
sharing any files in your DLNA server program on your
PC. If the domain is invalid, this might cause problems
while browsing files in DLNA mode.
Wireless Network Not Available: Ensure that the
firewalls of your network allows the TV wireless
connection. “Veezy 100” usb wifi dongle(sold
separately) should be plugged properly (if available).
If the wireless network does not function properly,
try using the wired network in your home. Refer to
the Wired Connection section for more information
on the process.
If the Net TV does not function, check the modem
(router) first. If the router does not have a problem,
check the internet connection of your modem.
Try searching for wireless networks again, using the
Network Settings menu screen.
Connection is Slow: See the instruction book
of your wireless modem to get information on the
internal service area, connection speed, signal quality
and other settings. You need to have a high speed
connection for your modem.
Distruption during playback or slow reactions:
You could try the following in such a case: Keep
at least three meters distance from microwave ovens,
mobile telephones, bluetooth devices or any other
Wi-Fi compatible devices. Try changing the active
channel on the WLAN router.
Internet Connection Not Available / DLNA Mode
Not Operating: If the MAC address (a unique
identifier number) of your PC or modem has been
permanently registered, it is possible that your TV
might not connect to the internet. In such a case, the
MAC address is authenticated each time when you
connect to the internet. This is a precaution against
unauthorized access. Since your TV has its own
MAC address, your internet service provider cannot
validate the MAC address of your TV. For this reason,
your TV cannot connect to the internet. Contact your
internet service provider and request information on
how to connect a different device, such as your TV,
to the internet.
It is also possible that the connection may not be
available due to a firewall problem. If you think
this causes your problem, contact your internet
service provider. A firewall might be the reason of a
connectivity and discovery problem while using the TV
in DLNA mode or while browsing via DLNA.
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Appendix A: INTERNET PORTAL
You can access PORTAL mode using your TV. To do this, an active internet connection is required. Follow
the steps on Connecting to a Wired/Wireless(optional) Network section to connect your TV to internet. After
the connection is established, you can select or view portal options.
Note: Broadband internet connection is required for high quality viewing. Ensure that the internet connection
is made properly. You must set the Country and Language data correctly in the First Time Installation for the
proper operation of internet portal.
Press “ ” button on your remote control and portal application options will be displayed. Application options
will be displayed as the template below. Available applications’ contents may change depending on the
application content provider.
Select a link or application using the Left and Right or Up or Down buttons and press OK to activate.
• Use Up/Down and Left/Right buttons to navigate between the items on Portal screen.
• Press OK button to confirm your selection.
• Press BACK to go to the previous screen.
• Press EXIT to quit internet portal mode.
Note: Possible application dependent problems may be caused by the content service provider.
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Appendix B: PC Input Typical
Display Modes
The display has a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080.
The following table is an illustration of some of the
typical video display modes. Your TV may not support
different resolutions. Supported resolution modes are
listed below. If you switch your PC to an unsupported
mode, a warning OSD will appear on the screen.
Appendix C: AV and HDMI Signal
Compatibility (Input Signal Types)
Source
EXT-1
(SCART 1)
Supported Signals
Available
PAL 50/60
O
NTSC 60
O
RGB 50
O
RGB 60
O
PAL 50/60
O
NTSC 60
O
RGB 50
X
Index
Resolution
Frequency
(Hz)
1
640x480p - VGA
59
2
640x480p - VGA
72
RGB 60
X
3
640x480p - VGA
75
PAL 50/60
O
4
640x480p - VGA
85
5
800x600p - SVGA
56
480I
60Hz
O
6
800x600p - SVGA
60
480P
60Hz
O
7
800x600p - SVGA
72
576I
50Hz
O
8
800x600p - SVGA
75
576P
50Hz
O
9
800x600p - SVGA
85
720P
50Hz
O
60
720P
60Hz
O
1080I
50Hz
O
10
1024x768p - XGA
11
1024x768p - XGA
60
12
1024x768p - XGA
66
EXT-2
(SCART-2)
AV IN
(SIDE AV)
YPbPr
NTSC 60
O
1080I
60Hz
O
1080P
50Hz
O
1080P
60Hz
O
13
1024x768p - XGA
70
14
1024x768p - XGA
75
15
1024x768p - XGA
84
16
1152x864p
75
17
1280x1024p - SXGA
75
18
1280x1024p - SXGA
85
19
1280x1024p - SXGA
60
20
1280x768p - WXGA
59
21
1280x768p - WXGA
59
1080I
60Hz
O
1080P
50Hz
O
1080P
60Hz
O
1080P
24Hz
O
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI3
HDMI4
480I
60Hz
O
480P
60Hz
O
576I
50Hz
O
576P
50Hz
O
720P
50Hz
O
720P
60Hz
O
1080I
50Hz
O
22
1280x768p - WXGA
74
23
1280x768p - WXGA
84
24
1280x960 - WXGA
60
25
1280x960p - WXGA
85
(X: Not Available, O: Available)
In some cases a signal on the LCD TV may not be displayed
properly. The problem may be an inconsistency with standards
from the source equipment (DVD, Set-top box, etc. ). If you
do experience such a problem please contact your dealer and
also the manufacturer of the source equipment.
26
1360x768p - WXGA
60
27
1360x768p - WXGA
60
28
1400x1050p - SXGA+
74
29
1600x1200p - UXGA
60
30
1920x1080p
59
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Appendix D: Supported DVI Resolutions
When connecting devices to your TV’s connectors by using DVI converter cables (not supplied), you can refer
to the following resolution information.
24Hz
25Hz
30Hz
50Hz
60Hz
480i
;
480p
;
576i
;
576p
;
720p
;
1080i
;
;
;
;
1080p
;
;
;
;
Appendix E: Supported File Formats for USB Mode
Media
Format
File
Extension
Video
Audio
.mpg, .mpeg
MPEG1/2
MPEG1 Layer 1/2/3
.dat
MPEG1
MPEG1 Layer 1/2
.vob
MPEG1/2
AC- 3, MPEG1 Layer 1/2,
DVD-LPCM
.mkv
H.264, MPEG2/4, MPEG1 Layer 1/2/3, AAC,
VC-1
EAC-3/AC-3
.mp4, m4v
MPEG4, H.264,
H.263
AAC, EAC-3/AC-3
.avi
XVID
MPEG1 Layer 1/2/3, AC-3,
LPCM, WMA
Movie
.avi, .dvix
MAX 1920x1080 @ 30P 20Mbit/sec
.mov
MPEG4, H.264,
H.263
AAC, EAC-3/AC-3
Most QuickTime streams appear to be
MPEG-4 Part 12
.asf, .wmv
VC-1
WMA
MAX 1920x1080 @ 30P 20Mbit/sec
.wma
.wav
.m4a
Photo
MAX 1920x1080 @ 30P 20Mbit/sec
Divx 3.11, Divx 4, MPEG1 Layer 1/2/3, AC-3,
Divx 5, Divx 6
LPCM, WMA
.mp3
Music
Remarks
(Maximum resolution/Bit rate etc.)
.jpg .jpeg
MPEG 1 Layer 1/2/3 (MP3)
-
WMA
LPCM
AAC
Baseline JPEG
MAX WxH = 14592x12288
Up to 8 MegaByte
Note: Supported DLNA file formats are same with the USB mode’s.
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Appendix F: Software Upgrade
• Your TV is capable of finding and updating new software upgrades over broadcast channels.
• For broadcast channels search, TV looks the available channels stored in your settings. So before software
upgrade search, it is advised to auto search and update all available channels.
1) Software upgrade search via user interface
• It is possible manually to check if there is a new software upgrade for your TV set.
• Simply navigate on your main menu. Choose Settings and select Other Settings menu. In Other Settings
menu navigate on to the Software Upgrade item and press OK button to open Upgrade Options menu.
• In Upgrade Options menu select Scan for upgrade and press OK button.
• If a new upgrade is found, it starts to download the upgrade. A progress bar indicates the remaining download
progress. When download completes with success a message is displayed for reboot to activate new software.
Press OK to continue with the reboot operation.
2) Background search and upgrade mode
• While TV is connected to Internet, in background it searches for critical software upgrades. If a critical software
upgrade is found it downloads the upgrade silently. When download completes with success a message is
displayed for reboot operation to activate new software. Press OK to continue with the reboot operation.
3) 3.AM search and upgrade mode
• If Automatic scanning in Upgrade Options menu is enabled, TV wakes up at 03:00 and searches broadcast
channels for new software upgrade. If new software is found and downloaded successfully, with next power
up TV opens with new software version.
Note on reboot operation: Reboot is the last step in software upgrade operation if download of new software is
finished successfully. During reboot TV makes final initializations. In reboot sequence panel power is closed and
front led indicates the activity with blinking. Around 5 minutes later TV restarts with new software activated.
• If your TV fails to restart in 10 minutes, unplug power for 10 minutes and re-plug again. TV should open with
new software safely. If you still can not get TV working, please kindly repeat unplug and plug sequence a few
times more. If your set still can not operate, please call the service personnel to fix the problem for you.
Caution: While led is blinking during reboot do not unplug your TV’s power. Doing this may cause
your TV not to re-open again and can only be fixed by service personnel.
Manual Software Update
Ensure that the ethernet cable is connected to your TV. If the ethernet cable is connected to the TV, ensure
that the TV is receiving.
Menu -> Settings -> Network Settings -> Configuration Status -> Connected
Go to Settings tab from the main menu and select Other Settings. Highlight Software Upgrade and press OK.
Select Scan for Upgrade and press OK button.
An OSD screen including the progress bar will be visible under the Software upgrade” title.
A warning screen will be displayed on the screen, stating that the TV will be rebooted. Press OK button to
finalize upgrade process and reboot TV.
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Appendix G: HBBTV System
HbbTV (Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV) is a new industry standard that seamlessly combines TV services
delivered via broadcast with services delivered via broadband and also enables access to Internet only
services for consumers using connected TVs and set-top boxes. Services delivered through HbbTV include
traditional broadcast TV channels, catch-up services, video-on-demand, EPG, interactive advertising,
personalisation, voting, games, social networking and other multimedia applications.
HbbTV applications are available on channels where they are signalled by the broadcaster (currently
various channels on Astra broadcast HbbTV applications). The broadcaster marks one application as
“autostart” and this one is started by the platform automatically. The autostart applications are generally
launched with a small red button icon to notify the user that there is an HbbTV application on that channel
(The shape and the location of the red button depends on the application). The red button is displayed for
some and then may disappear. The user then should press the red button to open the application page.
After the page is displayed the user can go back to the initial red button icon state by pressing the red
button again. The user can toggle between the red button icon mode and full UI mode of the application
via pressing red button. It should be noted that the red button switching capability is provided by the
application and some application may behave differently.
Figure x: Service with red button application (taken from HbbTv specification)
If the user swicthes to another channel while an HbbTv application is active (either in red button icon
mode or full UI mode), the following scenarios can occur.
- The application can continue running.
- The application can be terminated.
- The application can be terminated and another autostart red button application can be launched.
HbbTv allows the applications to be retrieved both from broadband or broadcast. The broadcaster may
enable both ways or one of them. If the platfrom does not have an operational broadband connection,
the platform can still launch applications transmitted on broadcast.
The autostart red button applications generally provide links to other applications. An example of this is
shown below. The user then can switch to other applications by using the links provided. The applications
should provide a way to terminate themselves, usually button 0 is used for this.
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Figure a: ARD start bar application
a
b
Figure b: ARD EPG application, broadcast video is shown on the left bottom, can be terminated by pressing 0.
HbbTv applications use keys on the remote control to interact with the user. When an HbbTv applications is
launched, the control of some keys are owned by the application. For example, numeric channel selection
may not work on a teletect application where the numbers indicate teletext pages.
HbbTv requires AV streaming capability for the platform. There are numerous applications providing VOD
(video on demand) and catch-up TV services. The user can use play, pause, stop, forward, and rewind
keys on the remote control to interact with the AV content.
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Appendix H: Nero MediaHome
Installation
This software is compatible with Windows XP and
Windows 7.
3. Click the Next button.
• The integrated serial is displayed.
• Please do not change displayed serial.
To install Nero MediaHome, please proceed as
follows:
Note: To use DLNA function, this software should be
installed to your PC.
1. Insert the Nero MediaHome installation disc in
your optical disc drive.
• The Nero MultiInstaller screen with a button to start
the installation process will open automatically.
• If below window is not displayed automatically,
double-click on the file SetupX located on
the Nero MediaHome installation disc.
4. Click the Next button.
• The License Conditions (EULA) screen is
displayed.
2. Click on the button labeled Nero MediaHome
Essentials to start the installation process.
• The Nero MediaHome installation wizard is
displayed.
•
If necessary change installation language from the
language selection menu before continuing.
5. Please read the license agreement carefully
and select the appropriate check box if you
agree to the terms of the agreement. Installation
is not possible without this agreement.
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6. Click the Next button.
8. Click the Install button.
• The Select Installation Type screen is displayed.
• As soon as all prerequisites are installed, the Install
button will change to a Next button.
It is possible to choose between Typical, meaning
standard installation, or Custom installation. User
defined installation allows you to determine languages
to be installed and to choose the installation path.
9. Click the Next button.
• The Ready to Start Installation Process screen
is displayed, installation begins and finishes
automatically. A progress bar informs you of the
progress of the installation process.
7. Use Typical installation and click the Next
button.
• The Prerequisites screen is displayed.
The Nero MediaHome installation wizard checks the
availability of required third-party software on your PC.
If applications are missing they are listed and must be
installed before continuing installation.
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10. Installation finishes.
14. Run Nero MediaHome by pressing shortcut icon.
The Help us to Enhance Nero Software screen is
displayed. In order to offer a better service, Nero
is collecting anonymous data to determine which
features are used and what problems, if any, occur.
• Click ADD icon from LOCAL FOLDERS to add the
folder you want to share with the network. Select
the folder that you want to share and click START
SERVER.
11. If you would like to help by participating in the
anonymous collection of usage data, select the
check box and click the Next button.
• The final screen of the installation wizard is
displayed.
15. You can display all media types from the library.
Click Refresh icon to refresh. Click STOP
SERVER icon to stop server.
12. Click the Exit button.
13. A shortcut called Nero MediaHome 4 is now
placed on your desktop
Congratulations! You successfully installed Nero
MediaHome 4 on your PC.
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• -CVBS analogue output.(In HD channels, this will
not be available
Specifications
TV BROADCASTING
iii. AUDIO
PAL/SECAM B/G D/K K’ I/I’ L/L’
• -MPEG-1 layer I/II, MPEG-2 layer II, AAC, HEAAC,
AC3, E-AC3
RECEIVING CHANNELS
VHF (BAND I/III)
• -Sampling frequencies supported are 32, 44.1 &
48 kHz
UHF (BAND U)
Digital Reception (DVB-C)
HYPERBAND
NUMBER OF PRESET CHANNELS
Transmission Standards:
10.000
DVB-C, MPEG2, DVB-C, MPEG4
CHANNEL INDICATOR
i. DEMODULATION
On Screen Display
-Symbolrate: 4.0 Msymbols/s to 7.2 Msymbols/s
RF AERIAL INPUT
75 Ohm (unbalanced)
- Modulation: 16-QAM , 32-QAM ,64-QAM, 128-QAM
and 256-QAM
OPERATING VOLTAGE
ii. VIDEO
220-240V AC, 50 Hz.
- All MPEG2 MP@ML formats with up-conversion and
filtering to CCIR601 format.
AUDIO OUTPUT POWER (WRMS.) (10% THD)
-CVBS analogue output
2x8
iii. AUDIO
POWER CONSUMPTION (W)
-All MPEG1 Layer 1 and 2 modes
150 W (max)
-Sampling frequencies supported are 32, 44.1 & 48
kHz.
< 0,5 W (Standby)
PANEL
16:9 display, 40” (102 cm) Screen Size
DIMENSIONS (mm)
DxLxH (With foot): 232 x 959,2 x 626,8
Weight (Kg): 16,85
DxLxH (Without foot): 40 x 959,2 x 592,9
Weight (Kg): 14,20
Digital Reception (DVB-T)
Transmission Standards:
DVB-T, MPEG2,DVB-T, MPEG4 HD
i. DEMODULATION
• -Symbol rate: COFDM with 2K/8K FFT mode.
• -Modulation: 16-QAM - 64-QAM FEC for all DVB
modes (automatically found)
• MHEG-5 ENGINE compliant with ISO/IEC 13522-5
UK engine Profile (UK only)
• Object carousel support compliant with ISO/IEC
135818-6 and UK DTT profile(UK only)
• Frequency range: 474-850 MHz for UK models
ii. VIDEO
• -H.264 (MPEG-4 part 10) main and high profile level
4.1/MPEG-2 MP@HL video decoder.
• -HD display multi format capable (1080i, 720p,
576p)
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Dimensional Drawings
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End of life disposal
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Installing the Stand
IMPORTANT
Please read the following information carefully before attaching the stand to your new Sharp Television.
Installing the Stand
! Before fitting the stand, ensure that the TV is unplugged from its power source.
! Place the Sharp Television (1) on a soft, stable and flat surface, facing down.
! Place the Stand (3) on the stand mounting pattern on the rear side of the TV.
Ensure the Stand (3) is placed correctly and that you can see the screw holes on the back of the Sharp Television.
! Place the Stand Cover (2) on the Stand (3).
! Ensure the Stand Cover (3) is placed correctly and that you can see the screw holes on the back of the Sharp Television.
! DO NOT insert the screws before placing the plastic molding.
! Insert the four screws provided and tighten them gently until the stand is properly fitted.
1. Sharp Television
2. Stand Cover
3. Stand
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Uninstalling the Stand
IMPORTANT
Please read the following information carefully before detaching the stand of your Sharp Television.
Uninstalling the Stand
! Before detaching the stand, ensure that the TV is unplugged from its power source.
! Place the Sharp Television on a soft, stable and flat surface, facing down.
! Unscrew gently the four screws that attach the foot assembly and remove the screws when they are completely
unscrewed.
! Remove the stand and plastic moulding gently from the panel.
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Screw Dimensions
L
D
Model
D
L
Item Number
Ø4
30
8
LC-40LE340E
VESA
Installation of the Screw
To the wall
400 x 400 (W x H)
M6
30
4
To the product
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