Mitsubishi VS-4543 Operating instructions

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to constitute
a risk
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point within an equilateral
triangle
alert the user to the presence of important
operating
maintenance
(servicing) instructions
in the literature
ing the appliance.
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is intended to
and
accompany-
Don't leave stationary
images, such as stock market reports, video
games, station logos, or the TV's displays, on-screen for more than 10
minutes. Still patterns
such as these can scar the TV, causing permanent damage to the picture tubes.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT
MOISTURE.
FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD,
DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE
TO I_IN
OR
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INSTALLER:
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ATTENTION
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FOR PROPER
GROUNDING
AND, IN PARTICULAR,
SPECIFIES
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A
Table
MITSUBISHI
OWNER'S
of Contents
Important
Preface:
GUIDE
Safeguards
Welcome
Summary
Unpacking
What's
to Mitsubishi
of Special
1: Getting
.................................................................
6
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Used in this Guide
to Know Your
...................................................
TV ........................................................
7
8
9
11
Overview
of the Control Panel ..............................................................
12
Overview
of the
15
Getting
Remote
Chapter
Remote
Control
...........................................................
ready to use the remote
control .........................................
control
buttons
and functions
.............................................
2: Connecting
Overview
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5
Features
in Each Chapter
3
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Your TV ..................................................................................
Some Conventions
Chapter
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Your TV .................................................................
of the Back Panel
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Basic Connections
..................................................................................
TV + antenna or cable without a c,able box ....................................
TV + cable with a cable box ..............................................................
TV + separate UHF and VHF antennas
.........................................
TV + VCR + antenna or cable without a cable box ........................
TV + VCR + cable with a cable box ...................................................
TV + stereo audio system ..................................................................
TV + Mitsubishi products that have A/V Network terminals
.......
Chapter
3: Operating
Your
TV ...................................................................
Getting Started .......................................................................................
Using the remote control to operate VCRs, cable boxes
and other equipment
....................................................................
Turning the TV or_off ........................................................................
Selecting the input source to watch your VCR or other
equipment ...........................................................................................
Changing channels ............................................................................
Understanding
the ViewPoint ®on-screen menus ...........................
Setting the clock .................................................................................
Memorizing
channels ........................................................................
Adding and deleting channels
.........................................................
Setting the A/V Network ....................................................................
Aligning the colors .............................................................................
Selecting the menu type ....................................................................
Naming the input .............................................................................
Naming the channels .......................................................................
Using video mute ..............................................................................
Selecting the menu language ............................................................
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Table
of Contents
Getting Started
Selecting the
Customizing
Adjusting
Using the
Adjusting
(cont.)
(cont.)
A/V memory position .................................................
the A/V memory position ............................................
the video settings .........................................................
closed caption decoder .................................................
the sound ......................................................................
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70
72
Using the Advanced Features ................................................................
Setting the timer ..............................................................................
Using the parental lock .....................................................................
Using SuperQuickView
TM .................................................................
Adjusting the convergence
...............................................................
Chapter
4: Using
Understanding
Features
the On-Screen
......................................................
88
Using the Sleep Timer ..........................................................................
Setting the sleep timer .....................................................................
Changing or canceling the sleep timer ............................................
89
90
91
Using the Picture-in-Picture
(PIP) Modes ..........................................
Activating the PIP image .................................................................
Selecting the source of the PIP image .............................................
Changing channels while using (;he PIP modes .............................
Exchanging
the picture of t:he PIP image
and the main image .....................................................................
Moving the PIP image .......................................................................
Freezing the PIP image ......................................................................
Using the active A/V Network Feature ..........................................
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93
94
95
5: Troubleshooting
Displays
87
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Chapter
.....................................................................
96
96
97
98
101
Caution
and Care ................................................................................
105
Cleaning
.................................................................................................
105
for Service .................................................................................
106
Calling
Appendix:
Procedure
for Bypassing
the
Parental
Lock ................................................................................................
107
Index
109
Warranty
2
the Special
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Table of Contents
Inside
Back
Cover
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
PLEASE READ ALL THESE INSTRUCTIONS
REGARDING
YOUR TELEIVISION
SET AND
RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS
AND INSTRUCTIONS
MARKED ON THE TV RECEIVER.
1,
2o
Read Instructions
Read all safety and operating
operating the appliance.
Retain
9.
instructions
Instructions
Retain the safety and operating
future reference.
3.
4.
Heed Warnings
Adhere to all warnings
operating instructions.
Follow
before
instructions
on the appliance
for
and in the
Instructions
Follow all operating
Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are
provided for ventilation
and to ensure reliable
operation of the TV receiver and to protect :it
from overheating.
Do not block these openings
or allow them to be blocked by placing !_he TV
receiver on a bed, sofa, rug, or other sirailar
surface. Nor should it be placed over a radiator
or heat register. If the TV receiver is tc, be
placed in a rack or bookcase, ensure that
there is adequate ventilation
and that the
manufacturer's
instructions
have been
adhered to.
and use instructions.
10. Power
5.
6.
7.
Warning:
Cleaning
Unplug this TV receiver from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
Cleaners can permanently
damage the cabinet or
screen. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Attachments
and Equipment
Never add any attachments
and/or equipment
without approval of the manufacturer
as such
additions may result in the risk of fire, electric
or other personal injury.
Water
and
Do not use
immersion
tubs, wash
swimming
shock
Moisture
this TV receiver where contact with or
in water is possible. Do not use near bath
bowls, kitchen sinks, laundry tubs,
pools, etc.
Accessories
Do not place this TV receiver on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The TV receiver may
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and
serious damage to the appliance.
Use only with a
cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended
by
the manufacturer,
or sold with the TV receiver. Any
mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturer's
instructions,
and should use a mounting
accessory recommended
by the manufacturer.
An appliance and cart
combination
should be
moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may
cause the appliance and
cart combination
to
overturn.
Sources
This TV receiver should be operated only feom
the type of power source indicated on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of
power supplied to your home, consult your
appliance dealer or local power company.
11. Grounding
or Polarization
This TV receiver is equipped with a polarized
alternating
current line plug having one blade
wider than the other. This plug will fil_into the
power outlet only one way. If you are unatfle to
insert the plug fully into the outlet, tI:y
reversing the plug. If' the plug should still fail to
fit, contact your electrician to replace your
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safely purpose
of the polarized plug.
12. Power-Cord
Protection
Power-supply
cords should be routed so that
they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed upon o:r against them, paying
particular
ar,tention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they
exit from the appliance.
13. Lightning
For added protection for this TV receiver during
a lightning
storm, or _,hen it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it
from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna
or cable system. This will prevent damage to the
TV receiver due to lightning and power-line
surges.
Important
Safeguards
(cont.)
14. Power Lines
An outside antenna
system should not be located
in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other
electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall
into such power lines or circuits. When installing
an outside antenna system, extreme care should
be taken to keep from touching such power lines
or circuits as contact with them :might be fatal.
15. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords
as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
16. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this TV
receiver through openings as they may touch
dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that
could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill
liquid of any kind on the TV receiver.
17. Outdoor Antenna
Grounding
If an outside antenna
or cable system is connected
to the TV receiver, be sure the antenna
or cable
system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static
charges.
Section 810 of the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/
NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information
with
respect to proper grounding
of the mast and
supporting
structure,
grounding of the lead in
wire to an antenna
discharge unit, size of
grounding
conductors, location of antenna
discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes,
and requirements
for the grounding
electrode.
EXAMPLE
OF ANTENNA
GROUNDING
NNA
LEAD
IN WIRE
NNA
DISCHARGE
UNIT
(NEC SECTION
810-20)
GROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
NECSECTION810-21)
GROUNDCLAMPS
"_POWERSERVICEGROUNDING
ELECTRODE
NEC -- NATIONALELECTRICALCODE
(NEC
ART250,
SYSTEM
PART
H)
18. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this TV receiver
yourself as opening or removing cowers may
expose you to dangerous
voltage or other
hazards. Refer all seJ-cicing to qualified service
personnel.
19. Damage
Requiring
Service
Unplug this TV receiver from the wall outlet
and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following condil;ions:
(a) When the power-supply
cord or plug is
damaged.
(b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have
fallen into tlhe TV receiver.
(c) If the TV receiver has been expo,_ed to rain
or water.
(d) If the TV receiver does not operate normally
by tbllowing the operating instructions.
Adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operati:._g instruction,;
as an improper
adjustment
of other controls may result in
damage and _ill often require extensive
work by a qaalified technici_.n to restore the
TV receiver to its normal operation.
(e) If the TV receiver has been dropped or the
cabinet has been damaged.
(i) When the TV receiver exhibits a distinct
change in peribrmance
-- this indicates a
need for service.
20. Replacement
Parts
When replacement
parts are required,
be sure
the service technician
has used replacement
parts specified by the manufacturer
or have the
same characteristics
as the orig:[nal part.
Unauthorized
substitutions
may result in fire,
electric shock or ether hazards.
21. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
TV receiver, ask the service technician
to
perform safety checks to determine
that the TV
receiver is in safe operating
condition.
_Warning:
Do not leave stationary
images, such as stock
marker_ reports, video games, station logos, or
the TV's displays, on-screen for more than 10
minutes. Still patterns such as these can scar
the TV, causing permanent
damage to the
picture tubes.
A
Welcome
PREFACE
to Mitsubishi
Congratulations
on your purchase of this Mitsubishi
TV. Your TV
is designed for superb viewing pleasure as well as continued
reliability.
To familiarize
you with your TV and owner's guide, we suggest that
you read through the preface, which provides the following important information:
Summary
of Special
Unpacking
What's
Some
Your
in Each
Conventions
Feature,_
TV
Chapter
Used
in this
Guide
Mitsubishi
has strived to create your TV so that it will bring you
years of viewing enjoyment.
Similarly, your owner's guide is
designed with a "user friendly" philosophy _;hat will help you take
advantage
of all of your equipment's
features.
Once again,
Mitsubishi!
•
thank
you for selecting
our product
and welcome
to
/
5
Summary
of Special
Features
Your top rated
Mitsubishi
TV delivers:
• 181-Channel
Capacit) .... programs up to 181 channel[s,
ensuring your continued Viewing pleasure as cable ser_:ices
continue to expand.
• Two-Speaker
Sound System
produces clear stereo sound.
--- a special
speaker
system
that
• Expanded
Sound Capability
--- al)_ows you to connect
the TV to an external audio system for enhanced listening
pleasure.
In addition
Mitsubishi
to the standard
features found on most advanced
is proud to offer the following distinctive features:
TVs,
Remote Control with TV/VCRICABLE
Function
--- uses a
single remote control transmitter
to operate the TV, certain
Mitsubishi VCRs, some Mitsubishi audio components,
and also
some VCRs and cable boxes from other manufacturers.
• On-Screen
Displays
--- appear whenever you adjust
showing you the status of its various fhnctions.
• ViewPoint
® On-Screen
Operating
System
TV's features with easy-to-follow instructions.
• Closed Caption Decoder
included with TV programs
your TV,
--- simplifies
the
--- decodes hidden text information
and displays the text on-screen.
Extended
Data Services
--- (also known as '_g_DS,") allows
broadcasters
to supply you with channel intbrmation,
program
information,
and the time of day. You can display this inibrmation on-screen.
• Picture-in-Picture
Mode --- allows you to view two different
live pictures at the same time.
• Active A/V Network
--- allows you to perform many of the
commonly used features of your TV and selected Mitsubishi
VCRs by pressing a single button.
Each of these features
Chapter 3, "Operating
Special Features."
6
Preface:
Welcome
will be explained in more detail in
Your TV," and in Chapter 4, "Using the
to Mitsubishi
Unpacking
Your
TV
What you will find
As you unpack your new TV, please check to be sure that the
following items are included:
•
•
•
•
•
an owner's guide containing a warranty.
a registration
card,
a remote control transmitter,
a set of two AAA size batteries for the remote
an Active A/V Network cable.
control,
and
A few suggestions
Before you hook up your new TV, please
take a few minutes
to:
O
Complete the registration
card. The registration
card asks for
the TV's serial number, which you will find on the back of the
unit.
O
Keep the box and packing
materials
for future
use.
File your sales receipt.
O
Place the TV on a stable
the hook-up.
Unpacking
Your TV
surihce
with .,_ufficient lighting
to do
7
€ What's
in Each
Chapter
Here's
what you will find in this owner's
Chapter
1, "Getting
location and functions
guide:
to Know Your TV," introduces
you to the
of the buttons and controls of your TV.
Chapter 2, "Connecting
Your TV," explains how to connect
VCR, antenna,
cable box and other equipment to your TV.
a
Chapter 3, "Operating
Your TV," provides the step-by.-step
instructions
you need in order t:o use your TV.
Chapter
4, "Using
the special features
the Special
of the TV.
Features,"
explains
how to use
Chapter
5, "Troubleshooting,"
summarizes
the prc_blems
you may have, and provides suggestions
:For remedying these
problems.
The appendix
explains
a procedure
You will also find a detailed
8
Preface:
Welcome
to Mitsubishi
for bypassing
the parental
index at the back of the book.
lock.
Some
Conventions
Used
in this
Guide
Mitsubishi
has gone to great effort to provide you with an easy-tofollow, useful owner's guide. You will find that different types of
information
are treated in different ways.
You should read information
labeled Important
and information
that is boxed and labeled Warning.
The owner's guide uses these
terms sparingly,
and you should carefully read all information
highlighted
in this manner.
I main topic or task I
Jlist of related
topics or tasks
/
related
I
topics or tasks
]
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!>Important:
This cue indicates information
critical to the operation of your
new TV.
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I_Warning
?
I ID},_,
This cue alerts you to
information
describing
dangerous
situations
that could
ruin your equipment
or cause
electrical shock.
Some Conventions
Used in this Guide
etc.
I
The step-by-step
instructions
on how to accomplish a
particular
task are signaled
by white numbers on a black
background.
9
_
CHAPTER
Getting
toONEKnow
Your TV
Now that you have unpacked your TV, read through the safety
information,
and glanced at the overview explaining how this
owner's guide is organized, it's time to become familiar with. the
buttons and controls you will be using when you operate the TV.
This chapter will introduce the range of options available when
using the buttons on the remote control or oil the TV's control
panel. It also offers some general guidelines fo:c using the remote
control.
Most functions can be controlled by using either the control panel
or the remote control, but certain specialized fi_nctions require the
use of one or the other. This chapter, which 'will familiarize
you
with the full range of button functions, contains the following
sections:
Overview
of the
Control
Panel
Overview
of the
Remote
Control
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power button
(POWER)
Use to turn the TV on o1"off. When the TV is on, the power
indicator is green.
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volume controls
(VOLUME)
Press the • button to turn up the volume
turn down the volume.
®
and the Y button
to
channel
controls
(CHANNEL
•, V)
Use the • button to switch to a channel with a higher number
and the Y button to switch to a channel with a lower number.
Also use this button to adjust the alig_,ment in "Allison Colors"
menu.
adjust button
(•, Y)
After selecting an audio or video setrJr_g, use this button
adjust it. This button can be used to:
to
increase or decrease the function (e.g., color),
shift from one end of a scale to the other (e.g., balance),
change a setting (e.g., stereo).
Also use this button to select items from the on-screen
to adjust, the alignment in "Align Colors" menu.
Overview
of the Control
Panel
menu
or
or
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Overview
of the
Control
Panel
(cont.)
®
enter button (ENTER)
Use this button after selecting an item from the on-screen
menu system. It is also used with tke PIP button.
®
cancel button (CANCEL), AV reset button (AV RESET)
Can be used as the CANCEL in the on-screen menu and as the
AV RESET
in the normal
(CANCEL) This button
screen menus.
TV viewir._g.
is used to clear the settings
of some on-
(AV RESET) Press to reset all audio and video functions to
their normal level or setting except for volume, the "]Listen to:"
function (Stereo/SAP/Alono),
speaker (off!on), monitor out
(variable/fixed),
back ground (black/_ay),
and closed
captioning.
®
input button (INPUT)
Use to select the input source you w:[sh to watch:
• TV channels on Antenna A or Antenna B, or
• Other equipment
c.onnected to Input 1, 2 or 3.
®
menu button (MENU)
Use this button to display the on-s.creen menu sy,_tem, which
contains additional
instructions
for special functions.
®
test button
Can be used with the ADJUST
(A, 'V, 4, _) to test and align
the colors of your TV's. (See Chapter 3 tbr information
on
aligning colors.)
®
audio input terminals
Use to connect the audio output
equipment.
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frorrL a camcorder
video input terminal
Use to connect the video output from a standard
another component to the TV.
or other
camcorder
or
@
S-VIDEO input terminal
Use to connect the S-video output of a camcorder to the TV. If
you connect an S-video cable to this terminal,
the adjacent
video input cannot be used.
@
power/program
timer indicator
This indicator lights up in green when you turn the TV on; it
blinks in green when the timer is set and the TV's power is off.
Chapter
1: Getting
to Know Your TV
Overview
of the Remote
Control
Getting
ready
to use
installing
the batteries
the
remote
control
O
Take the box containing
packing bag.
two AAA size batteries
from the
O
Remove the back cover of the remote control by pushing
in the direction of the arrow and lifting off the cover.
the tab
Load the batteries
as indicated in the illustration,
making
that they are positioned correctly (+ 1;o+, and - to - ).
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Replace
the back cover of the remote
sure
control.
0
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size AAA
batteries
@ @
IIR
IIUol l
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For best results,
Overview
use Duracell
of the Remote
AAA (MN_2400) batteries.
Control
15
Getting
ready
some
and
do's
to use
the remote
•
•
•
Don't press two
are specifically
Don't allow the
Avoid dropping
When cleaning
chemicals.
Use
general
When
follow
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16
will continue
working
properly,
or more buttons
at the same time, unless
you
instructed
to do so in this owner's
_id.e.
remote
control
to get wet or become heated.
the remote
control
on a hard surface.
the remote
control,
don't use any harsh
only a soft, slightly
moistened
cloth.
using
these
the remote
procedures:
control
Be within
20 feet
Point
the
tip of the
Press
the
appropriate
Don't
Don't
Chapter
control
instructions
guidelines
•
•
(cont.)
don'ts
To ensure
that your remote
follow these guidelines:
•
control
for using
of the
to operate
the
equipment.
remote
button
control
toward
or sequence
the
equipment.
of buttons.
batteries
use a new battery,
with an old one.
heat, take apart,
or throw batteries
1: Getting
TV, VCR,, or cable
to Know Your TV
into
a fire.
box,
Remote
control
buttons
and
functions
This section provides you with an overview
buttons and the features that they control.
o:_the remote
control's
This section does not provide detailed explanations
on the use of
these buttons. To determine which buttons are used with a
particular
feature,
refer to the, instructions
for that feature.
The instructions
for individual features are fbund in Chapter 3,
"Operating Your TV," and Chapter 4, "Using the Special Features."
®
®
@
@
@
@
REC
tREW/REV
Overview
STOP
PLAY
of the Remote
PAUSE
FF/FWD
Control
17
Remote
control
(_) select switch
Your remote control has four layers: the TV
layer, the VCR-A layer, the VCR-B layer,
and the CABLE layer. You can set up each
of these layers to operate a different piece
of equipment.
Use this switch to select the
layer you want to set up or use.
@ power button
(POWER)
Use to turn the TV on or off. When you
turn the TV on, the power indicator will
light in green. (The select switch must be
set to the TV layer.)
(_) number
buttons
(0-9)
Use to select a channel number
a parental
or to enter
lock code.
@ channel
control (CHANNEL)
Press the top part of the button to change
to a channel with a higher number; press
the bottom part to change to a channel
with a lower number.
(_) volume
control
(VOLUME)
Press the top part of the button to turn up
the volume; press the bottom part of the
button to turn down the volume.
@ SuperQuickView
TM button
(SQV)
Press to view channels you have
programmed
into SuperQuickView
memory.
@ input button
(INPUT)
Use to select the input source you wish to
watch:
• TV channels on Antenna A or Antenna B
• Other equipment
connected to Input 1, 2,
or 3
Chapter
and functions
(cont.)
61 mute control! (MUTE)
Use to turn the sound off completely
restore it to it,; original volume.
or to
(_) enter button
(ENTER)
Use this button after selecting a channel
number, after selecting an item from the
on-screen menu system, or with the picture-in-picture
mode.
(_) light: button
(only for TS-4545/5045/5545,
VS-5047/6047)
Use to light up the remote (for 3 seconds).
(_ adjust buttons (A, T, _, _" )
After selecting an audio or video function,
use these buttons to adjust the ,_ound or
picture. Also use these with the picture-inpicture mode and to select items', in the
inenus.
(_) information
button
(INFO)
Use to view an on-screen summary
of the
current settings for the TV or cable functions and the display related to Extended
Data Services ()H)S).
(_ cancel button
(CANCEL)
This button is used to cancel a channel
number, to clear' a channel programmed
into SuperQuickView
memory, and to clear
the settings of' some on-screen menus.
(Z) QuikView TM button (QV)
Press this button to instantly switch to the
channel that you designated
as the Quick
View channel. Press again to return to the
last channel viewed.
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buttons
1: Getting
(_)home
button (ltOME)
Press to return to regular TV viewing
from the on-screen menus, to turn off the
on-screen disp:[ays, and to cancel the closed
captioning.
(_) sleep timer button
(SLEEP')
Use to program the TV to turn off' automatically at a later time.
(_) menu button
(MENU)
Use this button to display the on-screen
menu system, which contains additional
instructions
for special functions.
to Know Your TV
VCR-A
VCR-B
POWER
CHANNEt
GQ®
QQ®
INPUT
8
MUTE
@
INFO
ADJUST
@
CC}
SLEEP
@
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_[s_
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REC
STOP
PAUSE
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PLAY
@
FF/FWD
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Overview
of the Remote
Control
19
Remote
control
(_) audio and video controls
Use these buttons to select the audio and
video settings the AUDIO button or VIDEO
button to select one of the
settings listed below.
• audio function
button (AUDIO)
- stereo/SAP/mono
- bass
- treble
- balance
- surround off/simulate/hall
- speaker off/on
- monitor out variable/fixed
• video function
- tint
- color
- contrast
-
button
buttons
and
VCR and audio product buLttons
Use these buttons to control VCRs, cassette
decks, CD players, etc. These are preprogrammed
to operate select Mitsubishi
components.
The PLAY button is also used
with the Active )JV Network (See "Using
the Active A/V Network Feature" in Chapter 4.)
(VIDEO)
brightness
sharpness
color temperature
low/middle/high
background
black/gray
closed captioning
• PIP button
(PIP) -- Press to turn on
the reduced PIP image, to change its
size, or to cancel it. The button is also
used with the Active A/V Net:work
feature (See "Using the Active A/V
Network Feature" in Chapter 4.)
• PIP channel
button
(PIP CH) -- Press
to change the channel of the reduced PIP
image.
• source
button
(SOURCE)
-- Press
repeatedly
to switch the source of the
reduced PIP image between the TV and
the external inputs.
• pause button
(PAUSE) -- Press to
freeze the reduced PIP image, and to
return to a "live" image.
Chapter
(cont.)
• exchange
button (EXCH) -- Press to
exchange the pictures of the PIP image
and 1_hemain image.
• adjust buttons
(A, _', ", I* ) -- Press to
mow; the PIP image on-screen.
'9 picture-in-picture
controls
Use to control the special picture-in-picture
(PIP) function. (See "Using the Picture-InPicture (PIP) Modes" in Chapter 4.)
20
functions
1: Getting
to Know Your TV
A
CHAPTER
Connecting TWO_rour
TV
This chapter offers step-by-step
instructions
for completing
most common hook-ups. It contains the following sections:
0
Overview
0
Basic
of the
Back
the
Panel
Connections
21
€ Overview
of the
Back
Panel
OUTPU
ANT-A
VHF/UHF
o
!-
(75£z)
MON FTOR INPIIT-2 INPUT
INP'JT-1
V
I
ANT-B
@°
A
@
L
(MONO
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0
@
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p®®
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22
ACTIVE
AN
NETWORK
)
®
@
S-V 3EO
antenna
terminals
(ANT-A, ANT-B)
Connect cable antennas
or VHF/UHF antennas
here.
@
video monitor/tuner
output terminal
Use these terminals to "send out" the TV's video sigmd to a
VCR or other equipment.
@
audio monitor/tuner
output terminals
Use these terminals
to "send out" the TV's audio signal
VCR, audio system, or other equipment.
Never connect one piece of equipment
1;oboth the TV's input
terminals
and the TV's output terminals
Chapter
2: Connecting
Your TV
to a
Overview
(_
of the
back
panel
(cont.)
video input terminals
Use these terminals
to "bring in" a video signal
another component to the TV.
(_) audio input terminals
Use these terminals
to "bring in" an audio signal
other equipment
to your TV.
from a VCR or
from a VCR or
(_) S-VIDEO input terminal
Use these terminals
to "bring in" a Super VHS (S-VHS)
from a VCR or disc player to the TV.
Important:
If you connect to the S-Video input,
video connection for Input-.1.
you. cannot
(_) Active A/V Network
terminal
Use this terminal to connect Mitsubishi
network terminals.
Overview
of the Back Panel
signal
use the re_,mlar
products
that have A/V
23
Basic
Connections
This section explains the basic connections you will
between your TV, antennas,
and VCR. You will see
different connections
shown depending on the type
are using and whether or not you have a cable box.
of connection for the type of equipment
you have.
need to make
there are
of antenna you
Choose the type
If you are having difficulty making the connections to your TV, you
may want to contact your Mitsubishi dealer or your local cable
company.
This section
explains
• TV + antenna
• TV + cable
the, following
or cable
with
• TV + separate
_Warning:
24
box,
box,
or cable
without
a
box,
• TV + VCR + cable
with a cable
• TV + stereo
system,
audio
You must connect
Picture-In-Picture
I You should unplug
I connecting them.
Chapter
a cable
UHF and VHF antennas,
• TV + Mitsubishi
nals.
_Important:
without
a cable
• TV + VCR + antenna
cable
connections:
products
box,
and
that have
A/V Network
termi-
a VCR to see two active images when using
(PIP).
your TV and any other components
2: Connecting
Your TV
before
I
TV + antenna
equipment
or cable
without
a cable
box
you will need
If you have a standard
75-ohm coaxial cable, you will not need
additional equipment.
If your antenna has two leads (called flat
twin leads), you'll need:
• One 75-300 ohm transformer.
_--
75 Ohm
Cable
-300 Ohm
Flat Twin Leads
-I"V Rear Terminals
0
/
Optional 300 Ohm to 75 Ohm
Matching Transformer
connecting
0
a cable
Push or screw the end of the cable onto the ANT-A terminal
the TV.
connecting
an antenna
with fiat twin
0
Use a screwdriver
0
Push or screw the transformer
TV.
Basic Connections
to connect
on
leads
the leads to the transformer.
onto the ANT-A terminal
on the
25
TV + cable
equipment
with
a cable
box
you will need
Use this hook-up if you do not need a cable box to descramble
basic
cable channels, but you do need a cable box to descramble premium
cable channels. This hook-up will allow you to use your TV's
advanced channel changing features, such as SuperQuickView,
while watching basic cable channels on Antenna-A.
To complete
the hook-up,
one two-way
splitter,
you'll need:
and
OUT
three lengths
cables.
OUT
of 75 ohm coaxial
j
procedure
O
Connect
splitter.
the incoming
cable to the IN terminal
on the two-way
O
Connect
splitter;
terminal
a coaxial cable to one of the OUT terminals
on the
connect the other end of thi,_ cable to the ANT-A
on the back of the TV.
Connect the second coaxial cable to the second OUT terminal
on the same splitter; connect the other end of this cable to the
IN terminal on the cable box.
0
26
Connect the third coaxial cable to the OUT terminal on the
back of the cable box, and the other end of this cable to the
ANT-B terminal on the back of the TV.
Chapter
2: Connecting
Your TV
TV + cable
O
_--_--Incoming
with
a cable
box
(cont.)
Cable
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"TVRear Terminal,,;
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L
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I INPUT-2
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AN"-A
CABLES
Vii
_/ONITOR
INPUT
INPUT-1
--
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t
O
Cable Box
Rear Terminals
OUT
Basic Connections
27
TV + separate
equipment
UHF
and VHF
antennas
you will need
If UHF and VHF signals are brought into your home with two
separate antennas,
you'll need to combine the antennas
in order to
connect them to the TV. To do this you will need a UHF/VHF
combiner. (There are different comb!iners for different kinds of
wires. Check with your local electronics store for the kind of combiner you need.)
Pictured
standard
to the right; is a
combiner.
®®
VHF
UHF
®®
1
J
To connect
separate
UHF and VHF antennas
O
Connect the UHF and VHF antenna leads to the appropriate
terminals
on the UHF/VHF combiner.
O
Press
TV.
the combiner
onto the ANT-A terminal
VHF Antenna
I\l
(Channels14-69)
nlil
-
7//
--
on the rear of the
UHF Antenna
(Channels2-13)
\\
to your TV:
Flat Twin [.ead -
Flat Twin Lead
External
Antenna
or Cable
TV Rear Terminals
300 Ohm to
75 Ohm
Combiner
Back
28
Chapter
2: Connecting
Side
Your TV
TV + VCR
equipment
+ antenna
or cable
witlhout
a cable
box
you will need
You may want to connect a VCR a|ong with your antennas
or cable.
To complete this hook-up, you may need tlhe following eq_aipment:
One 75 ohm coaxial cable,
)
One set of RCA pin-type
cables,
audio
One RCA pin-type video cable,
(if connecting a standard
VCR),
)
OR
• One S-Video cable for Super
VHS VCRs.
Important:
c
If you are using an indoor/outdoor
antenna, please
review the connections
shown in the sections',
"TV+antenna
or cable without a cable box" and
"TV+separate
UHF and VHF antennas"
in this
chapter.
You may need to use the tranformer
or
combiner, as shown in the diagrams.
Basic Connections
29
TV + VCR + antenna
(cont.)
or cable
without
a cable
box
procedure
O
E>Important:
Connect
terminal
the incoming cable or antenna
on the VCR.
Connect
terminal
one end of a coaxial
on the VCR.
to the ANTENNA
cable 1:othe ANTENNA
OUT
O
Connect the other end of the coaxial cable to the, ANT-A terminal on the TV.
O
Connect an RCA pin-type video cable to the VIDEO OUT
terminal on the back of the VCR Connect the other end of this
cable to the VIDEO INPUT terminal on the back of the television.
If you are connecting a Super VHS (S-VHS) VCR, use an S-Video
cable instead of an RCA pin-type video cable. Connect this S-Video
cable to the S-VIDEO OUT terminal on the VCR. Connect the other
end of this cable to the S-VIDEO INPUT terminal on tile back of
the TV.
O
Connect a set of RCA pin-type audio cables to the AUDIO OUT
terminals
on the back of the VCR. Use the red c,able to connect
the right (R) channel
(L) channel.
and the white
cable for connecting
Connect the other ends of this cable to the AUDIO
terminals
on the back of the TV.
the left
INPUT
_Important:
If your VCR is monaural
(non-stereo), you only need to connect a
single RCA pin-type audio cable. Connect the cable to the VCR,
then connect the other end to the L (LEFT) audio input on the back
of the TV.
_Important:
If your VCR has a video channel switch,
your VCR's owner's guide for details.
Start
O
_Important:
30
IN
playing
set it to "OFF/AV."
See
a tape on your VCR.
Use the INPUT button on your 'l_'s remote control to select the
correct input. If you connected the VCR to
INPUT-l, select Input-l; if you connected the VCR to INPUT-2,
select Input-2.
When playing a tape in your VCR, you will not be able to view two
independent
live pictures using the PIP function when selecting
channel 3 or 4.
Chapter
2: Connecting
Your TV
TV + VCR + antenna
(cont.)
or cable
without
a cable box
VCR Rear
O
@
._[_[_--
Incoming Cable
or Antenna
IN
Antenna
O
VCR Rear Terminals
0
AUDIO OUT
:_
Cable
i
O
Red Lead
Connect one or the other --[--
TV Rear Terminals
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o
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Red Lead
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31
TV + VCR
equipment
+ cable
with
a cable
you will need
This hook-up will allow you to record
viewing another channel.
To complete
need:
box
the hook-up,
• Four lengths
cable,
One two-way
scrambled
of 75 ohm coaxial
s.
splitter,
One set of RCA pin-type
cables,
audio
One RCA pin-type video cable,
(if connecting a standard
VCR),
OR
One S-Video cable fi)r Super
VHS VCRs.
Chapter
while
you will
OUT
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channels
2: Connecting
Your TV
OUT
TV + VCR
+ cable
procedure
(See illustration
with
a cable
on the following
box
(cont.)
page.)
O
Connect
splitter.
the incoming
cable to the IN terminal
on the two-way
O
Connect
splitter,
terminal
a coaxial cable to one of the OUT terminals
on the
connect the other end of this cable to the ANT-A
on the back of the TV.
Connect a second coaxial cable to the other OUT terminal
the splitter; connect the other end of this cable to the IN
terminal on the cable box.
0
on
Connect the third coaxial cable to the OUT terminal on the
back of the cable box; connect the other end of this cable to the
ANTENNA-IN
terminal on the back of' the VCR.
Connect the fourth coaxial cable to one of the ANTENNA-OUT
terminals
on the back of the VCR. Connect the other end of this
cable to the ANT-B terminal on the back of the TV.
Connect an RCA pin video cable to the VIDEO OUT terminal on
the back of the VCR. Connect the other end of this cable to the
VIDEO INPUT terminal on the back of the TV.
_>Important:
If you are connecting a Super VHS (S-VHS) VCR, use an S-Video
cable instead of an RCA pin-type video cable. Connect this S-Video
cable to the S-VIDEO OUT terminal on the VCR. Connect the other
end of this cable to the S-VIDEO INPUT terminal on the back of
the TV.
O
Connect a set of RCA pin-type audio cables to the AUDIO OUT
terminals
on the back of the VCR. Use the red cable to connect
the right (R) channel
(L) channel.
O
and the white
cable for connecting
Connect the other ends of this cable to the AUDIO
terminals
on the back of the TV.
the left
INPUT
_Important:
If your VCR is monaural (non-stereo),
you will only connect a single
RCA pin-type audio cable. Connect the cable to the VCR, then
connect the other end to the L (LEFT) audio input on the back of
the TV.
_>Important:
If your VCR has a video channel switch,
.your VCR's owner's guide for details.
Basic Connections
set it to "OFF/AV."
See
33
TV + VCR
O
+ cable
0
Start playing
@
Use the INPUT
correct input. If
INPUT-l,
select
INPUT-2, select
,_'_--Incoming
0
with
_
t
box
(cont.)
a tape on your VCR.
button on your TV's remote control to select the
you connected the VCR to
Input-l; if you connected the VCR to
Input-2.
Cable
0
0
_Cab[es
a cable
cab'e
! °x
.[_3
O
our
Rear Terminals
-_@®
IN
Antenna
®
OUT
II°
0
Cable
Connect either one
IV
Rear Terminals
OUTPUT
INPUT
Yellow
I
ANT A
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2
INPUT
Lead
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Chapter
2: Connecting
Your TV
_.
TV + stereo
audio
system
You may want to hear the sound from your TV and/or VCR through
your home audio system. To do this, complete the necessary
connections shown on previous pages of this chapter and use the
following instructions.
equipment
you will need
To hook up an audio system,
will need:
you
• One set of RCA pin audio cables.
procedure
O
Connect the audio cables to the
AUDIO MONITOR OUTPUT terminals
on the back of the TV.
Use the red cable to connect the right; (R) channel and the
white cable to connect the left; (L) channel.
O
Connect
the other ends of these cables 1;othe AUX IN terminals
on the back of the audio system.
_Import,
O
Turn off the television's speakers. To do this, press the AUDIO
function button on the remote contro| until you see the
SPEAKER display. Set the speakers to "Off' by pressing the
adjust (right!left) button. See "Adjusting the sound," in Chapter
3.
O
Set the audio
system's
input
to the AUK position.
ant: For proper tone and volume balance, you should turn off the TV's
speakers when using an external audio system.
Audio
--
While
j
Lead
System
Rear Terminals
' L(')
Red Lead
L
_UX
TV Rear Terminals
I
j
White
% ®e%
Lead
O
<_
_--
Red
t_CTrVE
N_qWORK
Lead
Basic Connections
35
TV + Mitsubishi
terminals
products
that
have
A/V Network
The A/V Network is a special system that Mitsubishi developed to
make it easier to use many products with only one remote control.
When the supplied cable is connected between two Mitsubishi
products with the A/V Network, you caza point the remote control at
one product and it will "pass" the remorse control command to the
other.
equipment
you will need
• One A/V network cable
(included with the TV).
procedure
_]} Connect one end of the A/V network cable to the ACTIVE
NETWORK terminal on the back of the TV.
Important:
36
A/V
O
Connect
terminal
network
the other end of this cable to the A/V NETWORK IN
on the back: of a Mitsub!ishi component that has A/V
terminals.
O
You can now use the television remote to contro]L your VCR or
Laser Disc Player. Point the remote directly at the television.
The A/V cable will "pass" the remote commands to the component.
The method of connecting the A!V network can change, depending
on which components
you have and tlhe way you plan to use your
equipment.
More detailed information
is contained in tl:,e owner's
guide of each particular
Mitsubishi
component.
Chapter
2: Connecting
Your TV
TV + Mitsubishi
terminals
(cont.)
products
Mitsubishi
Component
Rear Panel
O
that
haw_ A/V Network
O
TV Rear Panel
OUTPUT
V
I
INPUT
MONITOR
•
INPUT-2
INPUT-1
O
i
VHF/UHF
(75_2)
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@
A
@
L
, ®®®
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0
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Basic Connections
(_)
AN
ACTIVE
NETWO_qK
-
37
CHAPTEo
Operating
R
T
HREE
Your
TV
Now that your TV is connected to a cable system, an antenna,
and
possibly some external components,
it's time to enjoy your equipment. This chapter will explain how to operate the TV, first focusing on functions that are basic and easy and then explaining some
advanced features.
This chapter
€
Getting
€
Using
explains:
Started
the Advanced
Features
39
Getting
Started
This section is designed
to get you ._;tarted enjoying
your new TV. If
you follow these procedures
one by one, you will soon begin
ering everything your television ca_ do.
You'll find information
on:
• Using the remote
control
and other equipment,
• Turning
• Changing
• Setting
source
your VCR or other
the ViewPoin_i
_ on-screen
channels,
* Adding
and deleting
• Setting
the A!V network,
• Aligning
the colors,
• Selecting
the menu
• Naming
the input,
• Naming
the channels,
video
• Selecting
• Customizing
• Adjusting
channels,
type,
mute,
the menu
language,
A/V memory,
the picture,
the closed
• Adjusting
Chapter
to watch
the clock,
• Memorizing
40
VCl_ks, €,'able boxes,
channels,
• Understanding
• Using
to operate
the TV on/off,
• Selecting
the input
equipment,
• Using
discov-
caption
the sound.
3: Operating
Your TV
decoder,
and
menus,
Using
boxes
about
the
and
your
remote
other
remote
control
equipment
to operate
VCRs,
cable
control
This TV's remote control has four "layers": the
layer, the VCR-B layer, and the CABLE layer.
used to operate a different component in your
select the layer you want to use by setting the
the top of the remote control.
TV layer, t:he VCR-A
Each layer can be
A_a¢system. You
"select" switch across
When you first receive your remote control, tlhe TV layer is set up
to operate your Mitsubishi TV, the VCR-A and VCR-B layers are
programmed
to operate Mitsubishi VCRs, and the CABLE layer is
set to operate your cable box or satellite rece!iver.
You can use the following
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
buttons
power button
pause button
mute control
SuperQuickView
button
QuickView button
volume control
input button
channel control
enter button
to operate
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
your TV.
audio and video controls
menu button
cancel button
information
button
home button
sleep timer button
number buttons
PIP controls
play button
If you have a cable box (including the digital satellite box), a nonMitsubishi VCR, a Mitsubishi
laserdisc player, an AN receiver, or
a compact disc player, you can set up the layers in the remote
control to operate these components.
The VCR-A layer can be set up to operate a non-Mitsubishi
VCR;
the VCR-B layer can be set to operate a VCR, cable box, or a
Mitsubishi laserdisc player; tlhe CABLE layer can be set up to
operate a cable box, laserdisc player, or A/V receiver; and the TV
layer can be set up to operate an A/V receiw_r.
setting
up the remote
control
to operate
your VCR
0
Turn off your VCR.
0
Set the select switch on the remote
want to set up: VCR-A or VCR-B.
0
While holding in the POWER button on the remote contro!,
enter the code number listed in the chart on the following page
for your brand of VCR. Be sure to enter both digits of' the code
number. If more than one number is listed, try the first one.
Getting
Started
to choose the layer you
41
Using
boxes
If your VCR
is this brand...
Mitsubishi (A)
Mitsubishi (B)
Canon
Emerson
Funai
General Electric
Goldstar
Hitachi
JVC
...enterthis
code
01
O2
O3
04, 05
O6
O3
O7
08
09
the remote
and other
control
to operate
components
(cont.)
...enterthis
code
If your VCR
is this brand...
Sanyo
the POWER
t5
16
17, 18
03, 10, 11
O6
_ Sharp
Sony
_lvania
_mphonic
Teknika
Toshiba
Totevision
-_nith
03, 10
03, 10, 11
O3
08, 13, 20
14
Philips
Quasar
RCA
cable
...enterthis
code
If your VCR
is this brand...
Scot
O3, 10, 11
O6
12
03
Magnavox
Multitech
NEC
Panasonic
Philco
VCRs,
04, 06
15
07
19
0
Release
button.
O
Press the POWER button again. Your VCR should turn on. If
the VCR turns on, your remote control is now set up to operate
your VCR. (See "using your remote control to operate your
VCR" in this chapter for remote control VCR functions.)
If your VCR does not turn on, repeat the instructions,
trying each
code number listed for your brand of VCR. If none of these code
numbers work, try each number, 01 through 20.
using
your
remote
control
to operate
your
VCR
After you have set up your remor.e control for your particular
of VCR, you can use the remote to operate your VCR.
brand
{]} Use the select switch on the remote control to choose the layer
that you set up to operate your VCR: VCR-A or VCR-B.
Point the remote
buttons.
control
at the VCR and press the desired
If you are using a Mitsubishi VCR. you will be able to use all of the
buttons on the remote control to operate your VCR except for MUTE,
VOLUME and the HP function bu.ttons, which will always operate
the TV itself.
If you are using another brand of VCR, you can use the POWER,
CHANNEL, REC, STOP, PAUSE, REW, PLAY, and FF
buttons to operate your VCR.
42
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Using
boxes
the remote
and other
setting
up the remote
O
control
to operate
components
(cont.)
control
to operate
VCRs,
your
cable
box
Turn on your cable box.
Set the select switch on the top of the remote
layer you want to set up: CABLE or VCE-B.
to choose the
O
While holding in the POWER button on the remote control,
enter the code number listed in the chart below for your brand
of cable box. Be sure to enter both digits of the code number. If
more than one number is listed, try the first one.
O
Release the POWER buttor,. (See "using your remote control to
operate your cable box" in this chapter fbr remote control cable
box functions.)
...enterthis
If yourcable/satellite
boxis this brand...
code
ABC
57, 59, 62, 67, 89
Color Voice
73, 74, 98
Comtronics
93
Gemini
55
General Electric
66
General Instruments 55
56 57
Hamlin
52_53, 69 __
Hitachi
57
Jerrold
54, 55, 56, 57, 58
59.6O, 85, 87
Macom
71
Magnavox
94
Memorex
51
If yourcable box
is this brand...
Oak
Panasonic
Paragon
Philips
Pioneer
Prime Star
Pulsar
RCA
RCA DSS
Regal
Regency
Samsung
0
Important:
cable
...enter this
code
61, 62, 82
63, 70
51
73, 74, 75, 76, 77
___93
94 98 9_[ _
_
6_
84
48
51
63
49
53
79
65, 84
If your cable/sateflite
box is thisbrand...
Scientifi,
_S_natur
Sony_D,'i
Sprucar
Starcom
Tocom
Toshiba
Untied ,€
United C
Viewsta_
Zenith
...enterthis
code
66, 88, 89, 91,92
57
47
63
54, 55, 56, 87
55
__67,
68 72
51
62
54
93, !)4
51
Press the POWER button again. Your cable box should turn off.
If the cable box turns off, your remote control is now set up to
operate your cable box. If your cable box does not turrL off,
repeat the instructions
above, trying each code number listed
for your brand of cable box. If none of these numbers work, try
each number, 51 through 99.
After setting up your remote, be sure that your cable box can be
turned on with the POWER button. Some of the cable boxes can be
turned on with the CHANNEL buttons or the number buttons.
Getting
Started
43
__
Using
boxes
using
the remote
and other
your
remote
control
to operate
components
(cont.)
control
to operate
your
VCRs,
cable
cable
box
Aider you have set up your remote control for your particular
bra,
of cable box, you can use the remote to operaLe your cable box.
I[11 Use the select switch on the remote control to choose the layer
that you set up to operate your cable box: CABLE or VCR-B.
O
Point the remote
buttons.
control
at the cable box and press the desirec
You can use the POWER, CHANNEL, numbers (0-9), and ENTER
buttons to operate, your cable box. If you are using an RCA DSS or
PRIMESTAR ®receiver, you may be able to use additional buttons,
setting up the remote control
to operate your Mitsubishi
audio component
(laserdisc
player or A/V receiver)
10P Turn off your audio
component.
Set the select switch on the top of the remote to choose the
layer you want to set up. For a laserdisc player, choose CABLE
or VCR-B. For an AJ7 receiver, or CD player, choose CABLE.
While holding in the POWER bu_ton on the remote
enter one of these code numbers:
control,
• For a Mitsubishi AAr receiw_r, compact disc player: 30, 31 or 35
• For a Mitsubishi laserdisc player: 32 or 33
• For a Yamaha tW receiver, compact disc player: 36 or 37
Be sure to enter' both digits 0f the code number.
one number is listed, try the first one.
the POWER
If more than
O
Release
button.
O
Press the POWER button again. Your audio component
should
turn on. If it does, your remote control is now set up to operate
your audio component.
If it does not turn on, repeat the instructions above, trying the other code number listed for your
component.
(See "using your remote control to operate your Mitsubishi
laserdisc player" and "using your remote control to operate
your Mitsubishi audio products" in this chapter for information
on using the remote to operate ),our A/V comportments.)
44
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Using
boxes
notes
the remote
and other
about
your
control
to operate
components
(cont.)
remote
VCRs,
cable
control
[>Important:
Sometimes manufacturers
will change their products, or Lhey may
use more than one code. If this is the case, your remote may not be
able to operate your VCR or cable box.
_Important:
When you replace the batteries
will usually return to its initia]
your remote again.
using your remote
laserdisc
player
control
in your remote control, the remote
setting. You may need to set up
to operate
your
Mitsubi,_hi
After you have set up your remote control for your laserdisc
you can use the remote to operate the player.
O
Use the select switch
layer.
Point the remote
desired buttons.
on the remote
control
player,
control to choose the cable
at the laserdisc
player
and press the
You can use the POWER, CHANNEL, numbers (0-9), INFO,
MENU, CANCEL, STOP, PAUSE, REW:_ PLAY, and FF tmttons
operate your laserdisc player.
using your
products
remote
control
to operate
After you have set up your remote
can use the remote to operate it.
O
your
Mitsubishi
to
audio
conrzol for your A2€"receiver,
you
Use the select switch on the remote control to choose the layer
that you set up to operate your receiver: TV or C._BLE.
Point the remote
desired buttons.
control
at the A/V receiver
and press the
If you are using a Mitsubishi
HTS-100, you can use the POWER,
VOLUME, and MUTE buttons to operate the receiver.
If you are using a Mitsubishi
HTS-300, you can use the POWER,
CHANNEL,
INPUT, VOLUME, ENTER:. numbers (0-9), INFO,
MENU, CANCEL, AUDIO, VIDEO, ADJUST, and MUTE buttons
to operate _he receiver.
If you are using a Mitsubishi
M-VR400 or M-VR600, you can use
the POWER, VOLUME, numbers (0-9}, and MUTE buttons to
operate the receiver.
If you are using the Mitsubishi M-CD500 CD changer, you can use
the PLAY, PAUSE, STOP, FF, and REW buttons to operate the
changer.
Getting
Started
45
Turning
[>Important:
the TV on/off
Before using the remote control to operate the TV, set the select
switch on the top of the remote control to TV.
Use the POWER button on either the control panel or the remote
control to turn the TV on and off. The power indicator will light up
in green when you turn the TV on.
o-_, o 0
OOO[_
0 C,O
o ,o 0
g<_,.
I _:Z) r--:l
@@O@@@
3
_
/g
-_
OR
[:>Important:
46
There is always a small amount ofcu]Tent flowing into the
TV, even when the power is turned off. This maintains
any changes
to the TV's settings and operates the built-in clock and timing
functions. Unplugging the set will erase these settings, requiring
you to set them again. Unplug the [IV only when it won't be used
for a long time.
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Changing
channels
Your TV offers you four ways of chan_ng
channels once their
numbers have been programmed
into channel memory:
• selecting
• directly
channels
accessing
one-by-one
a channel
• using the QuickView
• using the SuperQuickView
channels on a user-chosen
To change
channels
by pressing
controls,
the number
buttons,
option to recall the last channel,
• using the special QuickView
memorized channel, and
_Important:
with t:he channel
faster,
option t._ switch to a particular
function
list.
use either
to alternate
between
of the following
procedures:
• Enter three digits for every channel rmmber, using zeros where
needed. For example, enter 004 to view channel 4 and 028 to
view channel 28 or,
• Press the ENTER button after selecting the number
channel. For example, press 4 and ENTER to view
channel 4.
_Important:
48
of the
If you memorized channels using the Indoor/Outdoor
_mtenna, your
TV can receive antenna channels 2-13 (VHF) and 14-69 (UHF). If
you memorized channels u_sing the Cable Antenna, your _i_ can
receive cable channels 1-125. If you select a channel c uts!Lde of the
memorized
range, your TV will not chan_:e channels.
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Selecting
the input
other
equipment
source
to watch
your
VCR
or
If you connected components
such as VCRs, camcorders,
or
laserdisc players to your TV, you will need to change the input
source to view the signals from these coraponents.
To select an input
control
source,
press the input button
panel or on the remote
You can choose between
(INPUT)
on the
control.
the following
input
sources:
• Ant-A or Ant-B (antennas
or cable systems connected to the
antenna terminals),
• Input 1 or Input 2 (components
connected to the terminals
on the
back of your TV), or
• Input 3 (a component connected to the terminals
on the front
panel of your TV).
The name of the input
corner of the screen.
Getting
Started
you have selected
will display
briefly in the
47
Changing
channels
(cont.)
changing
channels
To change
channels:
one-by-one
O Press one of the channel scan
controls (CHANNEL)
on the
control panel or on the remote
control. The TV will a'atomatically tune to the next memorized c:_annel.
_Important:
You cannot change channels
one-by-one until available
have been programmed
into memory. (See "Memorizing
in this chapter.)
changing
channels
channels
channels"
dJLrectly
To move directly to a particular
channel without going through the
programmed
channels in between:
Use tlhe number buttons on the
remol;e control to select the
number of the chanrLel you
want to view.
Press
Getting
Started
the ENTER
butto:a.
49
Changing
channels
(cont.)
using
the QuickView
TM
option
The QuickView
feature can work
in two ways: to recall the last
channel viewed (Last Channel
Recall), or to recall a channel you
put into QuickView memory.
If you have no1; memorized
any
channels into QuickView
Memory, Last Channel
Reca[
allows you to use the QV buttor
to switch back and forth between the last two channels
viewed.
QuickView
Memory
allows
you to use the QV button to
switch back and forth between
the last channel you were
watching and the channel you
put into QuickView memory.
Setting
the QuickView
memory
0
Tune to the channel
you wish to memorize.
O
Press and hold the QV button for about 2 seconds. The channel
numbers will appear on the screen, indicat:[ng that you have
memorized thai; channel.
After changing to another channel, press the QV button
immediately
return _o the memorized channel.
0
_Important:
50
If you press the QV button while watching the memorized
channel, you will return to the last channel viewed.
The memorized QV channel will remain in memory until you
replace it with a new channel using the procedure above.
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
to
Changing
channels
(cont.)
using the SuperQuickView
option
To view selected
OOON
ooo_
OOO,_
,eoo
H
o,I
programmed
memory:
0
TM
channels
into SuperQuickView
Enter the desired channel into
SuperQuickView
memory. (See
"Using SuperQuickView,"
in
this chapter.)
0 Press the SQV button
repeatedly to view the SQV
channe]s in sequence.
Getting
Started
51
Understanding
the ViewPoint
One of the distinctive
ViewPoint On-Screen
® on-screen
features of this TV is Mitsubishi's
Operating Sysl;ern.
menus
exclusive
Unlike other television menus systems, ViewPoinL includes a
special Picture-in-Picture
screen to let you view tile TV picture
while you are using the meau.
ViewPoint also provides step-by-step
the TV's special capabilities.
When using the ViewPoint
mind:
• The selected
• The on-screen
minutes.
menu
system,
instructions
please keep the following
item is indicated
menus
will turn
for using some of
in
:in yellow.
off if no item is selected
within 5
• Some on-screen menu items must be set before other items are
available. For example, "Set the Timer" will only be available if
"Set the Clock" has been set.
• You can exit the on-screen
MENU button repeatedly.
viewing.
menus any time by pressing the
You will then return to regular TV
• You can also exit the on-screen
button on the remote control.
52
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
menus
by pressing
the HOME
Setting
the clock
Your TV contains an internal clock. If there is a broadcaster
in your
area that is sending the current time along with its regular broadcast signal, then your TV can automatically
set its clock with this
signal. Otherwise,
you can set the clock yourself.
[]
TV Main
[]
First Time Setup
[]
Customize
Display
[]
Advanced
Features
[]
Select
"_
Menu
A!V Memory
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to exit menus
I_]
First Time
[]
Set the Clock
Memorize
[]
Add/delete
Channels
[]
Set A/V Network
[]
Align Colors
Channels
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Set the Clock
[]
Auto clock:
[]
Day
On
: Sunday
[[[]Time
: 12:00 pm
[]
Time zone: Central
r_
Daylight
savmgs
: Off
_
ADJUST
to select
f_
ENTER
to enter
I'_
MENU
to go back
[]
Set the Clock
[]
Auto clock:
[]
Day
[]
Time
]Time
[]
O Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "First Time Setup." Press
ENTEIR.
Setup
[]
-_
O Press _he MENU button on the
remote control. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
You _ll see the "First Time
Setup" screen. Use the
ADJUST buttons to select "Set
the Clock." Press ENTER.
If you want your 7_ to set its
clock automatically,
use the
ADJUST buttons to set "Auto
clock' to "On"; if you want to set
the c_._ockyourself, set "Auto
clock" to "Off," and see the
section "setting the clock
your,_elf:" in this chapter.
using
automatic
clock
setting
On
: Sunday
: 12:00
zone:
Daylight
savings
pm
Central
: Off
] ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select the time zone you live in.
The available time zones are:
Central, Mountain, Pacific,
Alaska, Hawaii, Atla_atic and
Eastern.
• Press the ENTE]?, button.
Getting
Started
53
Setting
the clock
[]
Set the Clock
[]
Auto clock:
[]
Day
: Sunday
[]
T_me
: 12:00
[]
Time zone:
[]
Daylight
savBngs
(cont.)
If you follow daylight savings,
use the ADJUST buttons to
answer the question with "On."
Or_herwise, answer "Off." Press
ENTER.
On
pm
Central
: Off
]ADJUST
The automatic
clock set up is
completed. The screen will
return to the "First Time Setup"
menu.
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
your TV to a channel
Sem@es (XDS). If your
channel again to reset
time setting signal.
_Important:
The TV's clock will not be set until you tune
that broadcasts
the time via Extended Data
TV loses power, you will need to tune to that
your clock. Most PBS stations broadcast the
_Important:
If you set "Daylight savings" to "On," your TV will adjust
by one hour when daylight savings begins and ends.
[]
Set the Clock
[]
Auto clock:
setting
Off
Day
: - -
[]
Time
: - - : ....
L J
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Set the Clock
[]
Auto clock:
[]
Day
• Use the ADJ1JST
buttons
or the
key pad to se: "Auto clock" to
':Off." Press ENTER.
• Use the ADJUST buttons or
r..umber buttons to set the
"rime."
Off
:
:yourself
• Use the ADJUST
buttons to
select the "Day." :Press ENTER.
: Sunday
]Time
clock
r_q
[]
1_-----]ADJUST
the
the clock
:
• A£ter you haw.' set the "Day"
and "Time," press the ENTER
button to start the clock.
-----]ADJUST
to select
_ESBjENTER
to enter
[_
to go back
MENU
The screen
will return
to the "First
Time Setup" menu.
[]
Set the Clock
[]
Auto clock:
[]
Day
: Sunday
_]
Time
: 12:00 pm
]
to select
_>Important:
Off
You can clear the time by pressing
the CANCEL button when "Auto
clock" is highlighted.
[_
54
DJUST
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
Chapter
3: Operating
If you are receiving a VCR signal
on channel 3 or chant:el 4, the
automatic setting may not work
correctly.
Your TV
Memorizing
channels
You can use the menus to automatically
memorize the channels
your TV can receive. Once channels are memorized, you can scan
through them using the channel up/down controls on the remote
control and control panel.
[]
First Time Setup
,.-.o.oc
I 4
Memorize Channels
Press the MENU button on the
remote control, The :Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
I'_ Add/delete Channels
[]
Set A/V Network
[]
Align Colors
----_ADJUST
_--_
Use thE; ADJUST bv.ttons to
selecs "First Time Setup." Press
ENTER.
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Memorize
[]
Antenna
A (Ant-A)
Channels
[]
Antenna
B (Ant-B)
O
]
You will see the "First Time
Setup" screen. Use the ADJUST buttons to select _Memorize _,bannels.
Pre,ss ENTER
O
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select the terminal (Anl>A or
Ant-B) to which the antenna or
cable system is attached.
Press
ENTER. (If you made a connection to each terminal, you
shouJd memorize the channels
for one of the termi:nal:_ now).
1
O
Use the ADJUST buttons to
choose the type of ante:nna you
connected: Cable antes_na or
Indoor/outdoor
antenna. Press
ENTER.
On which input would you like
to memorize?
} ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Memorize
I-_
Indoor/outdoor
antenna
Cable antenna
[]
Channels
'
What is connected
on Ant-A?
to your TV
_--_ ADJUST to select
ENTER to enter
MENU
to go back
i_1 Memorize Channels
[]
C.hapnel
NO[
003
In memory
Now memorizing
you can receive
Please
stand by.
CANCEL
_Important:
all the stations
on Ant-A
You will see a message that
channel memorization
is in
progress. A channel being
added to memory will be
labeled "In memoE_." Channels
not being added will be labeled
"Not in memory." You can stop
cha:anel memorizalfion
at any
time by pressing CANCEL.
to stop memorization
CHANNEL up/down controls will work differently after channels
have been memorized. After memorizir, g, use the char_nel controls
(CHANNEL)
to advance sequentially
to the next memorized
channel. Use the number buttons to seilect individual channels.
Getting
Started
55
Adding
+
and deleting
channels
I
After all available channels have been memorized w:ith the
"Memorize Channels" feature, channels with weaker signals
added or deleted with the following procedure.
[]
First Time Setup
[]
Set the Clock
[]
Memorize
[]
Add/delete
[]
Set AN
[]
Align Colors
'_
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
O :Press the MF,NU button on the
remote control. The Main Menu
will appear
Channels
Network
Add/delete
O Use the ADJUST buttons
select "First Time Setup."
ENTER.
Use the ADJUST
select "Add/delete
Press ENTER.
1
_]
r_
DJUST
I_--_
to add
MENU
to go back
buttons to
Channels."
(You can also use the
CHANNEL controls to change
channels.)
to select
ENTER
to
Press
O The "Add/delete
Channels"
screen will appear. Use the
ADJUST button,; to select the
channel you would like to add
_r delete.
Channels
Channel
: 003ABCD
Net in memory
Antenna A
Either "In memory" or
"Not in memory" will appear.
oa the screen.
Channels
Indoor/outdoor)
[]
can be
If a channel is labeled "In memory," use the CANCEL button
remove it from memory. If a channel is labeled "Not in
memory," use the ENTER button to add it to memory.
When you are finished adding and deleting charnels,
HOME button to return to normal TV viewing.
to
press the
Adding a channel to memory allows you to tune to the channel with
the CHANNEL up/down controls. If a channel is not in memory,
you can only tune to it with the number buttons.
_Important:
56
In this menu, you can use the CHANNEL
channels.
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
buttons
to change
Setting
the AN
Network
The A/V Network is a system that Mitsubishi developed to make it
easier to operate many products with one remote control. When the
A/V Network is connected between two Mitsubishi
products, you
can point the remote control at one product and it will °pass" the
remote control command to the other. To set up the A/V Network:
[]
First Time Setup
[]
Set the Clock
[]
Memorize
[]
Add!delete
[]
Set AN
[]
Align Colors
Channels
Network
] ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
F_q
MENU
to go back
Set A/V Network
[] o.
[]
Basic
[]
Active
on the screen.
O Use
the ADJUST buttons to
select "First Time Setup." Press
ENTER.
O
Use ADJUST
Network";
to select "Set A/V
then press ENTER.
O Use
the ADJUST buttons to
select "Active," "Ba,;ic," or "Off."
Check the rear ternfinals of
your VCR, then use the chart
below _o determine how you
should set your Prqiection TV.
-----] DJUST
I_q
will appear
Channels
I_q
[]
0 Press the MENU button on the
remote control. The Main Menu
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
If your VCR has a rear
terminal
that reads:
Press
the ENTER
...and you have set your
VCR to:
...then
Active
A!V Network
Does not have an A/V
Network rear terminal
set your
TV to:
Basic
A/V Network
Active A/V Network
or MENU
Off
Basic
Active
Active
-
If you are not sure how to set your VCR's ?ffV Network
refer to your VCR's owner's guide.
Off
setting,
P>Important:
The A/V Network can still be used to pass remote control signals
even when the Projection TV's "A/V Network" setting is "Off."
_Important:
If you do not use the A/V Network system, set "A/V Network"
"Off." If you don't, channel selection may not work correctly.
_Important:
If you select the Active or Basic A/V setting, make sure your
Mitsubishi VCR with an A_7 Network or Active A/V network
connection is connected to Input-1 and the A/V network cable is in
place.
Getting
Started
to
57
Aligning
the colors
Your Mitsubishi
TV has three picture tubes and large diameter
lenses which are aligned to project light beams on the screen. Each
picture tube projects only one color; red, green or blue.
For the best picture, the three colors should be aligned at the
center of screen. You should perform the following :procedure
periodically,
or whenever you think that the light beams are out of
alignment.
0 Press the MENU button on the
[]
First Time Setup
remote control. The Main Menu
[]
Set the Clock
will appear on the screen.
[]
Memorize
[]
Add/delete
[]
Set A/V Network
[]
Align Colors
--]
F_7
[]
Channels
Channels
DJUST
O Use the ADJUST button to
select "First Time Setup." Press
ENTER.
to select
ENTER
"to enter
MENU
to go back
O Select "Align Colors" using the
ADJUST buttons. Press ENTER.
Align Colors
O The "Align Colors" screen will
appear. Press ENTER to select
a color to align: red or blue.
Press ENTER to select Red or
Blue. Then on each screen press
ADJUST
until the cross hairs
appear white.
_
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
O Use the adjust buttons to align
the color yoa selected (red or
blue) with the _.ween lines.
When they ;are aligned, the
green line will turn white.
O Next, use the ENTER button to
select the other color (red or
blue). Use t:he !_DJUST buttons
to align these colored lines with
the green lines.
Red
O After aligning both the red and
blue lines, press the MENU
button to return to the "First
Time Setup:" menu.
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_Important:
The cross-bar pattern is intended for use only as an alignment aid.
It should not be left on for a long period of time, sir_ce it can damage the picture tubes.
_Important:
The alignment
can change over rjr.ae and may need to be adjusted.
If you notice a change in the color quality of the, picture, check the
alignment and readjust as required.
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Selecting
the menu
type
You can display the on-screen menus in o:ae of two ways. The
"Standard
menu," which is illustrated
in this manual, provides
step-by-step
instructions
for all features. The "Advanced menu"
you select each feature directly by its name and icon.
Your TV's normal setting is the "Standard
menu."
between the Standard
and Adw_nced menus:
_-']TV
[]
Main
Customize
{_
Select
Display
1
A/V Memory
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to exit menus
[]
Customize
[]
Select
[]
Name
You will see the "Customize
Display" menu. Use the ADJUST buttons to select "Select
Menu Type." Press ENTER.
the Input
Use Video
Select
Mute
Menu
Language
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Select
[]
Standard
[_
Advanced
Menu
Type
menu
menu
]
O Use 1;he ADJUST buttons to
select "Standard
menu" or
"Advanced menu.:"
Press the ENTER
button.
_
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
ta enter
MENU
to go back
Getting
buttons to
Display."
Display
the Channels
[]
Press the MENU button on the
remote control. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
Use the ADJUST
select "Customize
Press ENTER.
Menu Type
[]
_
1
ADJUST to select
_Name
To switch
Menu
_'lFirstTimeSe_up
[]
Advanced
Features
[]
lets
Started
or :MENU
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Selecting
the menu
type
(cont.)
If you select the "Standard
menu," the screen will return to the
"Customize Display" menu. If you selected the "Advanced menu,"
the screen will show the Advance,] Main menu (shown below.)
To use the Advanced menu, use the ADJUST buttons to highlight
the icon of the feature you want to use_ then press ENTER. The
name of the highlighted
icon appears at the bottom of the screen.
This menu disappears
if you do not select an itera within I minute.
The Advanced
Select Menu
Language
Menu
---
--
Use Video Mute
Features
• Set the Timer
Name the Channels
• Use Parental
I
Name the Input
First Time Setup
Select
Menu
• Convergence
.....
Type
%.
3: Operating
I
Select A/V Memory
The feature name of the high]ighted
icon appears here.
Chapter
Lock
• Set S_LperQuickView
[][][][][]_[][][]_-
Select Menu Type
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Advanced
Your TV
Naming
the
input
This feature allows you to name the inputs so that you can keep
track of components
you have connected to your TV. For example,
you might name one input "VCR," and another one "DISC." Pater
naming, the new name will appear on the screen display.
The
original names are: "Input- 1," "Inp ut-2," an,il "Input-3".
[]
Customize
[]
Name the Input
[_SelectMenuType
Name the Channels
_i_ Use Video
[]
Select
]
_]
to select
to enter
MENU
togo
back
[]
Name the Input
[]
Input label New name
Input-1
- .....
[]
Input-2
: .....
[]
Input-3
_-.....
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Name the Input
[]
Input-1
ABCDE
[]
Input-2
.....
[]
Input-3
Input label
.
Language
ENTER
] ADJUST
%,
Mute
Menu
DJUST
]ADJUST
O
Display
New name
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
I
Press 1:he MENU button on the
remote control. The Mai_L Menu
will appear
I
O
on the screen.
Use the ADJUST
button,_ to
select "Customize
Press ENTER.
Display."
O You
will see the "Customize
Display" screen. Use the ADJUST buttons to select "Name
the Input."
Press
ENTER.
• Use the ADJUST buttons to
select the input you want to
name (Iaput-1, Inpul>2, or
Input 3). Press ENTER.
Use the ADJUST bu1_tons and
the EN':?ER button to select
each letter in the new name.
You can name the inputs using
letters (A - Z), numbers (0 - 9),
or symbols (:/., ( ) ! "# $ % &'
blank• + ; < = > ? blazLk - ).
If you press the CANCEL
button while setting the name,
you wiL move one position to
the left You can clear the
entire name by pressing
CANCEL when the left-most
position is pointed.
When you are finished, :press
the MENU button; the screen
will return to the "Customize
Display" menu.
Getting
Started
61
Naming
the channels
You can name the channels your TV receives, to help you keep
track of the many channels available. After you enter a name, it
will appear on-screen, next to the channel number.
[]
Customize
[]
SeLect Menu Type
[]
Name
the Input
[]
Name
the Channels
[]
Use Video
[]
Select
Mute
]
O Use the ADJUST
select "Customize
Press ENTER.
to enter
MENU
to go back
You will see the "Customize
Display" screen. Use the ADJUST buttons to select "Name
the Channels."
Press ENTER.
the Channels
I_Antenna
:A
(Indoor/outdoor)
Channel
:.-ro-] New
name
]ADJUST
r_q
0 Use the ADJUST
select an antenna
Press ENTER.
: ....
O
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
]Name
the Channels
Antenna
:A
(Indoor/outdoor)
Channel
: 003
_]
[_q
DJUST
to enter
MENU
to go back
Use the ADJUST buttons,
channel controls or number
buttons to select the channel
you want to name. Press
ENTER.
You ,can use letters (A - Z),
numbers (0 - 9), or symbols (:/.
, () !"#$ % &'blank+
;< => ?
blank- ).
to select
ENTER
buttons to
(A or B).
Use the ADJUST buttons and
the ENTER button to select
each letter in the new name.
New name : ....
-_
buttons to
Display."
to select
ENTER
]Name
I
Menu Language
]ADJUST
F_
O Press the MENU button on the
rernote control. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
Display
When you are setting the name,
you can clear it by pressing the
CANCEL button when the leftmost position is pointed.
When you are finished, press
the HOME button to return to
normal viewing
_Important:
Important:
62
The names you set will appear instead of the call letters
supplied by Extended Data Services (XDS).
being
You can name up to thirty channels. If you try to name more, the
message "Memory over!" will indicate tha_ the memory is full. If
the memory is full and you want to name a channel, you must use
the above steps to clear the name for an e:dsting channel.
You can
then select the new channel to name.
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Using
video
mute
When you use the video mute functions, your TV will display a blue
screen whenever it is receiving a weak VCR signal. If you want to
try viewing a weak signal, you can turn the video mute off.
O Press the MENU butto_a on the
remot_ control. The TV Main
[]
Customize
[]
Select
[]
Name the Input
[]
Name the Channels
[]
Use Video
_'_ Select
Display
Menu
Language
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Use Video
[]
Automatic
Mute
[] o_
-1
r_7
DJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
Getting
Started
will appear
Use the ADJUST
select "Customize
Press ENTER.
Mute
Menu
----7 ADJUST
Menu
Type
o:a the screen.
buttons to
I)isplay."
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Use Video Mute." Press
ENTER.
]
Using
select
mute
mute
the ADJUST buttons,
"Automatic" to turn video
on or "Off' to turn video
off.
Press the ENTER or MENU
button to return to the
"Customize Display" menu.
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Selecting
the menu
language
This TV allows you to display the on-screen
languages:
English, Spanish or F:re:_ch.
[]
Customize
[]
Select
[]
Name the Input
[]
Name
[]
Use Video
[]
Select
_-7
Menu
to go back
Select
English
Menu
[]
EspaSol
[]
Frangais
Menu will appear
on the screen.
O Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Select Menu Language."
Press the EN]_ER button.
Language
Use the ADJUSt[ buttons to
select the lan,_age
for the
on-screen menu.
DJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
Chapter
O Press the MENU button on the
remote control. The TV Main
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Customize Display."
:Press the ENTER button.
to select
to enter
[]
]
in one of three
Language
MENU
[]
J[_
Mute
ENTER
--)
64
the Channels
DJUST
F_q
Display
Menu Type
menus
3: Operating
Press the EN'rE]_ or MENU
button to retu.rn to the
"Customize Display" menu.
Your TV
Selecting
the A/V memory
position
Your TV has four A/V memory positions.
Each A/V memory
position contains preset picture and sound settings to best suit the
type of program you are watching.
You can adjust the settings for
these memories as much as you like.
The four memories
"Standard"
"Music"
are:
- - - normal
picture
- - - vivid picture
"Movie" - - - soft picture
'¢News"- - - optimized
I_TV
[]
and lively sound
and strong
for listening
First Time Setup
Customize
[]
Advanced
Features
[]
Select
Memory
AN
i_---] ADJUST
r_q
MENU
to exit menus
Select
[]
Standard
[]
Music
[]
Movie
[]
News
O Use the ADJUST
select the desired
pos:ition.
to enter
CANCEL
to reset
MENU
to go back
Press
the MENU
buttons to
A/V memory
You can press the ,CANCEL
button to reset many of the
audio and video settings for the
selected A/V memory position to
their factory settings.
Pressing
CANCEL will not affect
changes made to volume, the
"Listen to:" function (Stereo/
SAiP/Mono), speaker (off/on),
monil;or out (variable/fixed),
background
(black/gray),
and
clo,_ed captioning.
to select
ENTER
in news programs
You _ill see the Select A/V
Memory screen.
AJV Memory
ADJUST
to speech
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Select A!V Memory."
Press ENTER.
to select
to enter
[]
_
Display
ENTER
sound
O Pres_s the MENU button on the
remote control. The Main Menu
will appear on the screen.
Main Menu
[]
and sourM
button
to return
to the MAIN MF, NU.
_>Important: A!V
memory positions are specific to the currently
selected input.
When you change your input, the last AfV memory position used
with that input is automatically
selected.
(See "Selecting the input
source," in this chapter for information
on choosing your input.)
Getting
Started
65
Selecting
the A_ r memory
position
Although the preset AN memory positions are designed to optimize
the picture and sound quality for different types of programming,
you can adjust individual settings (tint, treble, etc.) for any position. (See "Customizing
the A/V memory position" in this chapter
for information
on adjusting individual video and audio settings.)
66
E>
Important:
The "Listen to:" function, Balance, Speaker, Monitor Out, (volume),
background
and closed captioning adjustments
are independent
of
A/V memory positions.
_>Important:
The "Select A/V Memory" menu is no'; available
until the channel has been unlocked.
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
for locked channels
Customizing
the AN
memory
po,_ition
You can adjust the individual video and audio settings for each of
the four preset A/V memory positions to select your desired picture
and sound qualities.
This section provides descriptions
of each
video and audio setting, and explains how to adjust them for the
A!V memory positions.
(See "Selecting the ._JV memory position,"
in this chapter for more information.)
DImportant:
You can cancel any adjustments
made to an A/V memory position
and return it to the factory settings.
(See _'Selecting the A/V
memory position," in this chapter for mor_. information.)
Adjusting
the picture
This section contains descriptions
for each video setting and
explains how to adjust them for the A/V memory positions.
descriptions
of video
settings
The Tint provides a scale that adjusts the proportion of' red to
green in the picture. This determines
the delicate tones of color.
The Color
color.
provides
a scale that
determines
the intensit_y of the
The Contrast
provides a scale that controls the level of white-toblack in the picture. When the contrast is low, you will be able to
see the variety of shades in the darker images on the screen. When
the contrast is high, the screen's dark images will appear more
uniformly black, but this will also make the colors on the screen
seem more vibrant.
The Brightness
provides
ness of the picture.
The Sharpness
of the picture.
provides
a scale that conl;rols the overall
a scale that
adjusts
bright-
the detai:[ and clarity
The Color temp (Color temperature',,
allows you to set how the
TV will display white images. Your choices are "Low," "High," or
"Middle."
• With the "Low" setting.., white images on-screen
yellow cast to them.
• With the "High" setting, white images on-screen
blue cast, to them.
• With the "Middle" setting, white images
balanced between yellow and blue.
wi]l have a
on-screen
w![ll have a
will be
67
Customizing
the A/V memory
position
(,cont.)
The Background
allows you to select the background
color from
choices of "Black" or "Gray" for the closed caption display and the
audio/video functions display.
The
[_
details,
function
is used to control
see Using
adjusting
the closed
the video
the closed caption
caption
decoder
decoder.
For
in this chapter.
settings
You can adjust the video settings for any A/V memory position
using the MENU or VIDEO buttons on the remote, control.
access
with the MENU button
0 Press the MENU button on the
remote control. The TV Main
Menu
appears
on the screen.
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Select A/V Memory."
Press ENTER.
The four A/V memory positions
appear. Select the ,_JV position
1;oadjust by pressing the
ADJUST up/down buttons.
When the desired position is
selected, press ENTER.
_] Video Function
Standard
[] Tint
,
[] Color
[] Contrast
,
[] Brightness
[] Sharpness
[] Color temp : Middle
[] Background : Black
[][_]
: When muting
The video settirLgs tbr the
selected A/V memory position
display. Use th,e ADJUST up/
down buttons to select the
setting to change and press
ENTER.
,
The setting appears at the
bottom of the screen.
0
While the setting is still on the screen,
left buttons to adjust it.
The settings
(You cannot
68
Chapter
use the .!_DJUST right/
will disappear from the screen after a i_w seconds.
adjust a setting if it :is not on the screen.)
3: Operating
Your TV
Customizing
access
with
the
A/V memory
the VIDEO
position
(cont.)
button
The VIDEO button changes the video settings for the currently
selected A/V memory position.
The currently
selected A/V memory
position displays on the screen above the video adjustment
display
when you press the Video button.
(See "Selecting the A/V memory
position," in this chapter.)
O Press the VIDEO button until
the desired setting displays at
the bottom of the screen.
While the setting is still on the
scree:a, use the ADJUST right/
lefi_ buttons to adjust the
function's setting.
The aetting will disappear
from
the screen after a few seconds.
(You cannot adjust a setting
it is l_ot on the screen.)
_
_Important:
If you use the VIDEO button, any adjustments
made to video
settings are memorized
into the current]y selected A/V memory
position (Standard,
Movie, Music, News). To reset the video
settings to their factory settings, see "Selecting the AiV raemory
position" in this chapter.
[:>Important:
Pressing the ADJUST button alone in normal picture
the previous selected video or audio setting menu.
if
wiLl select
r
Getting
Started
69
Customizing
Using
the AN
the closed
caption
memory
position
(cont.)
decoder
Many broadcasters
now supply closed captioning information
along
with their regular broadcasts.
Your TV can decode that information
and display it on the TV screen.
Closed captioning was initially designed so that those with hearing
difficulties could more fully enjoy viewing television, ttowever,
closed captioning
can also be used in other ways, such as:
• helping children learn to read,
• learning a foreign language, and
• using the television without disturbing
There are two types of captioning
standard
and text.
others.
that broadcasters
can send:
Standard
captioning
is related to the program that is being
shown. Standard
captioning usual].y follows the dialogue of the
characters
on-screen and only displays when the broadcaster
is
sending the closed captioning.
Text captioning
often contains information
such as weather or
news. Text captioning blocks out your view of the program you are
watching.
Your TV can decode four different standard
captioning
signals and
four different text captioning
signals from each TV station. However, each station may be broadcasting
only one or two captioning
signals, or none at all.
When setting
• to display
[] :3, _
the decoder
you can choose:
one of four standard
:4),
captioning
signals
( []
( []
• to display one of four text captioning
Text 2, [_ : Text 3, _] : Text 4),
signals
• to display captions when muting ( []
• or to turn the cap_ions off ( [] : Off).
: When Muting),
: Text 1, _
If you select" _ : When Muting," the standard
captioning
( [Q :1) will appear whenever you use the MUTE button.
70
:1, [C[_:2,
:
signal
_Important:
If you set the decoder to a "standard"
caption setting and tune to a
broadcaster
that is not sending a caption signal, no captions will
appear.
_Important:
The content of captions are determined
by the broadcaster.
If your
captions show strange characters,
misspellings,
or odd grammar, it
is not a malfunction
of the TV
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Customizing
adjusting
the A/V memory
the closed
caption
position
(cont.)
decoder'
You can access the closed caption decoder screen using the MENU
or VIDEO button. When adjusting the closed caption decoder, you
can use the buttons on the remote control.
access
O00U:'
OOO_[
with the MENU
button
O Press the MENU button on the
remote control. The TV Main
Menu will appear on the screen.
•4_..o/[i
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select; "Select A/V Memory."
Press ENTER.
Select the closed caption display
by pressing the ADJUST up/
down buttons. Press the adjust
right or left button.
_] Video Function
Standard
[] Tint
[] Color
,
[] Contrast
_
[]
[]
[]
rightness
Sharpness
Color temp
Background
_
: When
_
: Middle
: Black
muting
(See the previous
"_
access
with
the VIDEO
button
O Press the VIDEO button until
the dosed caption menu option
displays.
0 Press the ADJUST righffleft
buttons; to select the desired
closed caption signal.
page for an explanation
of the caption
settings.)
_Important:
If you set the decoder to a "text" setting and tune to a broadcaster
that is not sending a text signal, a large black rectangle will appear
on your screen. Press the HOME button to make the rectangle
disappear.
_Important:
If you cannot display any captions on the screen, please
mind that not all broadcasters,
video tapes, or laserdiscs
closed caption signals.
keep in
supply
Additionally,
captions might not appear:
• if you are playing a video tape that is worn or deteriorated,
or
• if you are starting to play a laserdisc or video tape from still or
search mode.
Getting
Started
71
Customizing
Adjusting
the A/V memolw
position
,(cont.)
the sound
This section contains descriptions
for each audio setting and
explains how to adjust them for the A/V memory positions.
descriptions
_%
of audio
settings
The Listen to: function allows you to determine how your TV will
receive an audio signal and play back tlhe sound that you hear. You
can set this function to "Stereo," "S.A.P.," and "Mono."
• For almost all situations, you shouhi choose Stereo. With this
setting, the TV will play stereo broadcasts
in stereo and mono
broadcasts
in mono. ]:f a channel is broadcasting
in stereo, the
word "Stereo" will display when you tune to that channel.
• Some TV stations will broadcast second audio program, or
S.A.P. signal. This signal is an additional
soundtrack
that you
can't hear during normal TV viewing. An S.A.P. signal might be
related to the program you are watching (e.g., a ,mundtrack in a
foreign language), or it might be unrelated
(e.g., a weather
report). If a channel is broadcasting
an S.A.P. signal, the letters
"SAP" will appear on-screen when you tune to that channel.
Choose "Listen to: SAP" to hear the S.A.P. signal.
• Use the Mono setting if you are receiving a weak audio signal.
This setting will reduce background
noise. However, with this
setting, the TV will only play in mono, even if the program you
are watching is in stereo.
:2);.:_:_:. _
The Bass setting
The Treble
controls
setting
controls
the volume
the volume
of low frequency
sound.
of high frequency
sound.
The Balance setting adjusts the level of sound between the left
and right speakers. Adjust the scale until the sound seems to come
equally from both speakers.
The Surround
setting creates simulated stereo and. surround
effects. You can set this setting to "Off,:" "Simulate," or "Hall."
• Select Off if you do not want to u,_e any surround effects.
• Select Simulate
if you are watching a non-stereo program; your
TV will create a simulated
stereo effect.
• Select Hall if you are watching a stereo program; your TV will
create a simulated
surround effect, making the sound seem to
extend around and behind you using the TV's internal speakers.
The Speaker
ers on or off.
function
allows you to turn the TV's internal
speak-
• Choose On if you want to play the TV's sound through the TV's
built-in speakers.
• Choose Off if you connected your audio system to your TV and
you want to play the sound of your TV through the audio
system.
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Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Customizing
The Monitor
the
A/V
Out function
memory
position
determines
how the TV will send an
audio signal to an audio system or home theatre
choices are "Variable" or "Fixed".
(cont.)
receiver.
,four
• If you choose Fixed, the TV will send out an audio signal at a
fixed volume level. The level will not change when you adjust
the TV's volume. Use the controls on your audio system to
adjust the volume. The :fixed setting is most useful when you
can control the audio system's volume with a remote control.
• If you choose Variable,
the TV's audio output will change when
you adjust the TV's volume. If you use this setting with an
audio system, turn the :FV's volume all the way down, set the
audio system's volume to an average s_,tting, and then adjust
the TV's volume until you carl hear the signal.
_Important:
For proper tone and volume balance, you should turn
speakers when using an external audio system.
off the TV's
[:>Important:If
you have connected your TV to a Dolby Prologic Surround
receiver, or Dolby Surround receiver using the TV's variable audio
output, please set the Audio surround mode to "off". If your TV's
surround setting is "simulate" or "hall", the surround
receiver may
not provide the proper surround sound effect.
Getting
Started
73
Customizing
adjusting
the
A/V memory
the audio
position
(cont.)
functions
You can adjust the audio settings for any A/V memory position
using the MENU or AUDIO buttons on the remote control.
access
with the MENU
button
O Press the MENU button on the
remote control. The TV Main
z)o o [J!l
D 0
O
o----olll
I_
Audio Function
Standard
[]
Listen to : Stereo
[]
Bass
[]
Treble
[]
Balance
[]
Surround
[]
Speaker
[]
Monitor
Menu will appear
O Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Select A/V Memory."
Press ENTER twice to display
the settings fbr tlhe selected
audio mode.
O The four A/V memory positions
appear. Select the A/V position
Lo adjust by pressing the
ADJUST up/down buttons.
When the de,_ired position is
selected, press ENTER.
_
O The audio settings for the
,;elected A/V memory position
display. Use the ADJUST up/
down buttons to ,_elect the
: Simulate
: Off
out : Variable
setting to change
ENTER.
appears
on the screen.
._11
and press
O
The setting
at the bottom of the screen.
O
While the function is still on the screen, use the ADJUST
left buttons to adjust the function's setting.
right/
The functions will disappear
from the screen after a few seconds. (You cannot adjust a funcl;ion if it is not on the screen.)
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Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Customizing
Access
with
the A/V memory
the AUDIO
position
(cont.)
button
The AUDIO button changes the audio settings for the currently
selected A/Vmemory
position. The currently selected A/_r memory
position will display on the screen above the audio adjustment
display when the Audio button is pressed.
(;See "Selecting the A/V
memory position," in this chapter.)
c=z=:_ O
O00q
O Press the AUDIO button until
the desired function displays on
the bottom of the screen.
ooo_
OO©_,
OOOM
0 While the function is still on the
screen, use the ADJUST right/
left buttons to adjust the
functioffs setting.
The flmctions will disappear
from the screen after a fi_w
seconds.
function
screen.)
r
(You cannot adjust
if it is not on the
a
_Important:
If you use the AUDIO button, any adjustments
made to audio
functions are memorized
into the currently selected A/V memory
position (Standard,
Movie, Music, News). _2o reset the audio
functions to their factory settings, see "Selecting the A/V memory"
in this chapter.
_Important:
Pressing the ADJUST button alone in normal picture
the previous selected video or audio function menu.
Getting
Started
will select
75
Using
the Advanced
Features
This section explains
features. You'll learn
• Settingthe
timer
• Using
the
• Using
SuperQuickView
• Adjusting
76
how to use some of the more advanced
about:
Chapter
parental
lock
TM
the convergence
3: Operating
Your TV
Setting
the
timer
This special feature allows you to program the TV to turn on
automatically
at a specific time and to the channel that you set. To
set the timer:
O Press
[]
TV Main
[]
First Time Setup
[]
Customize
[]
Advanced
[]
Select
Menu
remote
Display
will appear
]ADJUST
O
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to exit menus
[]
Advanced
[]
Set the Timer
[]
Use Parental
[]
Use SuperQuickView
'will see the "Advanced
Features"
screen. Use the
ADJUST buttons to select
"Set the Timer." Press ENTER.
Lock
O
_Important:
to select
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Set the Timer
[]
Day
[]
Start
If you press the CANCEL
button while setting the timer,
the arrow will move to the
pre_rious item. To clear the
timer, press CANCEL with the
arrow next to "Day."
: Sunday
: --
[]
:- -
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
Use the ADJUST buttons and
the ENTER button to set Day
(Mon-to-Fri, Everyday, Sun
Sat)_, Start time, Antenna, and
Channel.
After ,,_etting the timer, the
indicaLor will blink in green
when the TV is turned off.
time : - - : ....
[_Antenna
_--'}
buttons to
Features."
Features
ENTER
Channel
Use the ADJUST
selec_ "Advanced
Press ENTER.
O You
r:_ Convergence
[_
on the screen.
Features
A/V Memory
]ADJUST
the MENU button on the
control. The Mare Menu
When the timer turns the TV on, the display will flash. If you do
not press any remote control buttons w:ithin 5 minutes after the TV
turns on, the TV will automatically
turn off. Press a fu.nction
button (such as the display button) to keep the TV on and to turn
off the flashing display.
Using the Advanced
Features
77
Using
the parental
lock
This special feature allows you to lock the entire [W cturing a
certain time period or lock up to ten individual channels. (You
cannot lock the TV and lock individual channels at the same time.)
When you turn on the lock, you enteJ: a 4-digit secret code that will
allow you to turn off the lock later.
If you try to turn on a locked TV, view a locked channel, or the
locking "time period" begins, you will: see a message asking you to
enter the secret code. If you don't enter the code within five
minutes, the TV will turn off or tune to an unlocked channel.
If you enter the secret code, the message will disappear
and the
lock will be turned off temporarily.
I-]iowever, the TV or channels
will be locked again after you turn off the TV. This will continue
until you turn the lock off permanenl:ly.
To turn the lock off
permanently,
follow the procedure later in this sectio_a.
using
['_'] Advanced
Features
[]
Set the Timer
[]
Use Parental
_']
Use SuperQuickView
r_
Convergence
_
I_
DJUST
MENU
to go back
[]
Use Parental
[]
Lock the TV
[]
Lock the Channel
"_
[_
DJUST
Use the ADJUST
select "Advanced
Press ENTER.
to select
to enter
lock
Press the MENU button.
Main Menu will appear.
Lock
ENTER
parental
The
buttons to
Features."
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Use Pa:rental Lock."
Press ENTER.
Lock
O Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Lock the T¥" or "Lock
the Channel." Press ENTER.
If you selected "Lock the TV,"
see "locking the TV" in this
chapter.
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
If you selected "Lock the Channel," see "locking the channel"
in this chapter.
Important:
78
If you turn the parental
Chapter
3: Operating
TV lock on, you cannot
Your TV
use the timer.
Using
the
parental
lock
(cont.)
locking
[]
Lock the TV
[]
Secret
code
: ....
O The message
will appear.
The lock is now off.
Enter your personal code
using NUMBER
buttons.
Then press ENTER
to set the lock
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Lock
[]
Setting
the TV
for locking
the TV
O Enter a four-digit secret code
using; the number buttons (0-9);
then, press the ENTER button.
You can cancel the code if you
press CANCEL before you press
ENTEIL
the TV
: Off
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select a setting: Off, Always On,
or By Time. Press ENTER.
]ADJUST
to select
,ES] ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Lock the TV
[]
Setting
[]Lockat
If you select
Time,"
: By Time
@ Use
the ADJUST buttoas to set
the time at which you want to
unlock the TV. Press ENTER;
the screen will return to the
"Advanced Features"
menu.
[]Unlockat:--:--
----_ADJUST
to enter
CANCEL
to reset
MENU
to go back
Lock
Setting
_Important:
: By Time
:12:00pm
Unlock at : 12:00 pm
]ADJUST
I_
If you want the lock to be in
effect all the time, set the same
"Lock at" time as you set for the
"Unlock at" time, or select
"Alwmrs On".
the TV
[]Lockat
[]
to select
ENTER
[]
"By
O The cursor will move to "Lock
at." Use the ADJUST battons to
set the time at which you want
to lock the TV. Press ENTER.
:12:00pm
[]
a setting:
O Press
O When
you turn on a locked TV,
or if the lock's "time period"
begins, you will be asked to
enter your four-digit secret
code. Enter the code to temporarily disable the lock. The lock
will be enabled again when you
turn the TV off.
to select
ENTER
to enter
CANCEL
to reset
MENU
to go back
]ROME to exit the menus.
The TV will be locked at all[ times if you set the lock by time but do
not set the _W's clock.
Using the Advanced
Features
79
Using
the parental
lock
(cont.)
locking
[]
Lock the Channel
[]
Secret
]
code : ....
The lock is now off.
Enter your personal code
using NUMBER buttons.
Then press ENTER
to select the channels.
[]
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
O The message for locking
chanl]el will appear.
O Enter a four-digit
using; the number
press ENTER.
a
secret code
buttons (0-9);
You can cancel the code if you
press CANCEL before you press
ENTER.
Lock the Channel
[]
[]
]
........
[]
[]
"_
.;.%
the channel
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
]
........
]
........
]
........
]
........
]
........
O
lock
set up screen. Use the ADJUST
buttons to select a position.
Pres,,_ ENTER.
O
fik
the
You will see the channel
[]
Lock
[]
Ant-A
]
........
]
........
]
........
]
........
]
........
]
........
]
........
]
........
]
........
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select the antenna (Aat-A or
Ant-B) that has the channel you
want. to lock. Press ENTER.
TV
003
]ADJUST
to select
_--_
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
Use 1:he CHANNEL buttons to
select the channel you want to
lock. Press ENTER.
Repeat the steps above to lock
addil;ional channels. When you
are finished, press the HOME
button to turn off the menus.
When you try to _iew a locked
channel, you will be asked to
enter your four-digit secret
code Enter the code 1:o
temporarily
disable the lock.
The lock will be e:aabted again
when you change channels or
turn the TV off.
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Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
[al
Using
the parental
canceling
lock
or changing
(cont.)
parental
O
Press the MENU button.
screen.
O
Select "Advanced
ENTER.
O
Select "Use Parental
ENTER.
Features"
lock
The Main Menu will appear
using the ADJUST
Lock" using the ADJUST
Enter the four digits of your secret
buttons (0-9); press ENTER.
[]
Lock the TV
[]
Setting
:Off
You wilI see this
screen if you
locked the
channel.
to enter
MENU
to go back
Lock the Channel
]
........
]
.........
]
........
]
.........
]
........
]
.........
[]
[]
press
"Off' to turn
off the
If you have locked the channel,
use the ADJUST but;tons to
place the cursor next to the
channel whose lock you want to
cancel. :Press ENTER.
[]
_--]
_Important:
to select
ENTER
buttons;
press
code using the number
the setting
lock.
ADJUST
buttons;
If you have locked the TV, use
the ADjrtJST button to select
You will see this
screen if you
locked the TV.
_
on the
]
........
]
........
to enter
MENU
to go back
Press
tile CANCEL
Features
to
unlock that channel, or use the
ADJUST buttons to change the
channel to a new one.
If you forget your four-digit secret code, please
"Procedure for Bypassing the Parental
Lock".
Using the Advanced
button
Press the MENU button
return to the "Advanced
tures" menu.
ADJUST to select
ENTER
O
to
Fea-
see the Appendix
81
Using
SuperQuickView
TM
SQV
Supe_QuickView
allows you to cycle through a list of up to ten
numbers with the SQV button.
Use the menus to add channels to
the list or to remove channels from the list. You can also add
channels directly to the ]list using only the remote control's SQV
button.
customizing
QuickView
[]Advanced
Features
[]
Use Parental
r_
use SuperQuickView
r_
Convergence
]ADJUST
[]
Lock
'
"
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
O Press the MENU button on the
remote control. The Main Menu
wiIl appear on the screen.
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Advanced Features."
Press ENTER.
to select
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Use SuperQuickView."
Press ENTER.
Use SuperQuickView
[] ........
[] ........
[] ........
[] ........
[] ........
[] ........
[] ........
[] ........
[] ........
[] ........
[_ADJUST
I-_
the Superlist with the menus
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select the antenna (Ant-A or
Ant-B). Press ENTER. You
can clear the antenna by
pressing CANCEL.
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
[]
Use SuperQuickView
[]
Ant-A
[]
[]
[]
[]
........
........
........
........
-'_
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
---
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select a position in the list.
Press ENTER.
[]
........
[]
[]
[]
[]
........
........
........
........
Use the CHANNEL buttons or
number buttons to select the
channel to add to the list; press
ENTER.
Repeat steps _and
_ to
,customize the SuperQuickView
memory.
Press the MENU button
this menu.
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Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
to exit
Using
SuperQuickView
(cont.)
SQV
adding channels
directly
control's
SQV button
to the list with
the remote
O
Use the channel controls or number buttons
the channel you want to add to the list.
to tune the TV to
O
Press and hold the SQV button for about 2 seconds; the letters
"SQV" will appear under the channel number, indicating that
the channel has been added to SuperQuickView
memory.
_Important:
Once you've added a channel to the SQV memory, the letters "SQV"
appear under the channel number any time the channel number is
displayed, even if you tune to the channel in another manner.
_Important:
If the SuperQuickView
memory is full, the letters "SQV" will flash
when you hold the SQV button for about 2 seconds. Use the steps
below and on the preceding page to replace a current
SuperQuickView
channel with a new channel.
removing
CANCEL
O
channels
button
from
the list with
the remote
control's
Use steps O - _ from "customizing
the SuperQuickView
list
with the menus" on the preceding page to select the channel
position from the SuperQuickView
list.
Press the CANCEL butt;on on the remote control to clear the
entry. You can now add a SuperQuickView
channel to the
blank entry.
83
Adjusting
the
convergence
Your Mitsubishi
TV has three picture tubes and large diameter
lenses which are aligned to project light beams on the screen. Each
picture tube projects only one color; red, green or blue.
This special feature allows you to finely tune the convergence
at 5
positions if you think that the red and/cr blue light beams are out
of alignment
even after you align colors using "First Time Setup"
menu.
For the best picture, the beams should be aligned at each of the 5
adjustment
positions which appear on the screen. You can perform
the following procedure whenever you think that thc_ lig:ht beams
are out of alignment.
[_k"]TV Main Menu
[]
First Time Setup
[]
Customize
[]
Advanced
[]
Select
I[11Pre,,_s the MENU bur_ton on the
remote control. The Main Menu
Display
Features
will appear
A/V Memory
_----] ADJUST
Use the ADJUST buttons to
select "Advanced Features."
Press ENTER.
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to exit menus
[]
Advanced
[]
Set the T_mer
[]
Use Parental
[]
Use SuperQuickView
[]
Convergence
on the screen.
You will see the "Advanced
Fealmres" screen. Use the
ADJUST buttons to select
"Convergence."
Fres,_ ENTER.
Features
Lock
O You
will see the "Convergence"
screen. Read the_ instructions
-] ADJUST
_
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
that apear on the screen. Press
the enter button to proceed.
Convergence
You can adjust convergence
ENTER to select Red or Blue.
ADJUST until the cross hairs
ear white.
EO to the
_]
84
next position.
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
Chapter
3: Operating
Your TV
Adjusting
the
convergence
(cont.)
O
Red
Press ENTER
to select a color
to align and use the ADJUST
buttons to align the color you
selected (red or blue) with the
green lines. When they are
aligned, the green line will turn
white.
O Next,
use the VIDEO button to
select the next position. Use the
adjust buttons to align the
color. Adjust convergence
at 5
positions using VIDEO and
adjust buttons.
[]Convergence
[]
Keep
[]
Return to factory
adjustment
this adjustment
Which
_
I
I
O After
ali.gning at 5 positions,
press the VIDEO button. Select
the item for the current alignment using the ADJUST
button.
do you select?
ADJUST
to select
ENTER
to enter
MENU
to go back
O
Press the ENTER button to
return 1;othe "Advanced Features" menu.
_Important:
After adjustment,
if you press the MENU button instead of ENTER
button to return to the "Advanced Features" menu, the adjustment
will return to the last setting.
_Important:
If you are not happy with your adjustment
and would like t,o reset
the TV to the factory adjustment
setting, you can repeat steps 0 _, use the ADJUST button to select "Return to Factory adjustment", and then press the ENTER button.
Using the Advanced
Features
85
A
Using
CHAPTER
the FOUR
Special
Features
In addition to the basic and advanced features explained in the
previous chapter, your TV offers some special features that you can
use when operating your TV. This chapter contains the following
topics:
Understanding
the
On-Screen
Using
the
Sleep
Timer
Using
the
Picture-in-Picture
Using
the Active
A/V Network
Displays
(PIP)
Modes
Feature
87
Understanding
the
On-Screen
Displays
Your TV provides an on-screen summary
of the current settings for
the TV or cable channels, as well as the information
related to
Extended Data Services (XDS). XDS allows broadcasters
to supply
you with the current time, channel information
(such as call letters
and the network name), and program intbrmation
(such as the
program name and program description).
To view thi,_ intbrmation,
press the information
button (INFO) on _;he remote control.
network name
You will see a display like
this if your main source is
an antenna:
023 ESPN
Stereo & SAP
SQV QV
023
• program name /
!
program description
Thursday 10:23 am
network name
You will see a display like
this if your main source is
an input:
Input-1
S-VIDEO
023
:fi'_" fi ":i
program name
program description
Thursday
This setting shows:
• the antenna (A) and the channel number (23),
• this channers
call letters or
name,
• stereo and SAP are available,
• this channel is programmed
into SuperQuickView
memory,
• this channel is the QuickView
(QV) channel,
• PIPinput
source,
• the day of the week and the
time.
This setting shows:
• the, input name (Input-l),
• an S-video cable is connected,
• PIPinput
source,
• current day of the week, and
• time.
10:23 am
network name
You will see a display like
this if you are using XDS:
program name
This sel:ting shows where the
network name, program name
and program description
will
appear if the broadcaster
is
supplyi:ag the information
via
XDS.
program description
The on-screen displays will
automatically
disappear
after
about 5 seconds.
88
Chapter
4: Using the Special Features
Using
the Sleep
Timer
This special feature allows you to set the TV to turn off automatically. You can set the TV to turn off after a period of time ran_gng
from 10 to 120 minutes, in ten minute intervals.
In this section you
will learn:
• Setting
•
Changing
the sleep
timer,
or canceling
Using the Sleep Timer
and
the
sleep
time_r.
89
Setting
the
sleep
timer
O Press the SLEEP button on the
remote control. The sleep timer
display will appear on the
screen.
Q
00071
O O 0 .--,
OOOk4
I
r_
L_
TV Sleep Timer
L_Cn
(ql
_jsJ
120 min.
O Select how long :you want the
TV to stay on by repeatedly
pressing the SLEEP button.
The time will decrease in 10
minute interval,_ each time you
press the buttom
O
When you reach the time you
want, stop pressing the button.
The sleep timer display will
disappear
after a few seconds.
O To
view the amount
of time left
m the sleep timer press the
SLEEP button once. The onscreen display shows the
amount of time remaining.
_>Important:
During the last minute, before the TV turns off, "Sleep Timer 1
min." will flash in red to remind you that the sleep timer is set.
TV Sleep Timer
90
Chapter
1 min
4: Using the Special
Features
Changing
or canceling
TV Sleep Timer
10 min.
the
sleep
timer
O Press t:he SLEEP button on the
remote control. An on-,screen
display will indicate the
amount of time remaining
until
the TV turns off.
O Repeatedly
press the SLEEP
button to change the remaining
time or to cancel the sleep
timer. The sleep timer is
canceled when "- - 2 appears
instead of the remaining
time.
Using the Sleep Timer
91
Using
the Picture-in-Picture
(PIP)
Modes
One of the special features of the TV is the picture-ir_-picture
(PIP)
mode, which allows you to view two d:iffi_rent sources at the same
time. In this section you'll learn:
• Activating
the
• Selecting
the
• Changing
channels
• Exchanging
image,
• Moving
• Freezing
_>Important:
92
PIP image,
source
of the
while
the picture
the PIP image,
using
the
PIP modes,
of the PIP image
and the main
and
the PIP image.
You must have a VCR connected
action pictures when using PIP.
Chapter
PIP image,
4: Using the Special
to the YV to see two different
Features
live
Activating
the PIP
image
c=:=_ 0
0 Select the number of the TV
channel you want to view with
the channel control.
OOO_
oood
O'O0_
000_
°i
0 Press
the PIP button.
o ,:::z_D®
Ant-A 023 ESPN
Stereo & SAP
A PIP image will appear
corner of"the screen.
m the
A 023
0
Ant-A 023 ESPN
Stereo & SAP
Press PIP again within 10
seconds; the PIP image will
reduce to a smaller size.
(If you wait longer than 10
seconds the PIP image will
disappear
when you press the
PIP button.)
O Press the PIP button once again
to cancel the PIP image.
L>Important:
When the main image is black and white, the PIP image will also
appear in black and white.
Important:
If you move the PIP image and then turn il; off, it will remain
new position when you turn it on again.
Important:
Do not press the PIP button
is not receiving broadcasts.
while you are watching
Using the Picture-in-Picture
(PIP) Modes
a channel
in its
that
93
Selecting
source
of the PIP
image
0 Turn your VCR on.
O Turn the PIP image
on.
Pre,_s the SOURCE button on
the remote control repeatedly
until the VCR picture appears
in the PIP image
0 If you want to se].ect a source
other than the VCR, continue
pressing the SOURCE button.
The source will change as
follows::
L,-
INPUT-1
--÷ INPUT-2--_
INPUT-3
_>Important:
To change the main image while a PIP image is displayed, press
the input button (INPUT) on the control panel or on 1:he :remote
control.
bImportant:
To see two different
DImportant:
94
TV _
channels
at the same time, you must:
• connect a second tuning
shown in the connection
source (such as a VCR) to an input as
diagrams in Chapter 2 of this manual;
• use the SOURCE
source.
to select the input for the seomd
button
You cannot select Antenna B as a PIP source when watching
Antenna A as the main image.
Chapter
4: Using the Special
J
Features
tuning
Changing
channels
while
using
the
PIP
modes
You can use the buttons on the remote control to change tile
channels of both the main image and the small PIP image, as if
your TV had two tuners.
To do this:
O Press the PIP channel button
(PIP CH) on the remote control
to change the channel of the
PIP image.
O Press the CHANNEL button on
the reraote control to change
the channel of the main image.
_>Important:
When the source of both the main image and the PIP image is the
TV, the PIP channel (PIP CH) button will change the channels of
the main image and the PIP image.
L>Important:
You must have set up the 'WCR-A" layer of your remote for this
button to work correctly. (See "Using the remote control to operate
VCRs, cable boxes and other equipmnent"
in Chapter 3.1)
C>Important:
If you use a cable box with your VCR, do not use this button unless
your VCR is able to control your cable box. Otherwise,
switch the
remote to the cable layer and use the main channel buttons.
Using thePicture-in-Picture
(PIP) Modes
95
Exchanging
main image
the
picture
ooo£
oooc
O 0 O _-O O'O_=
__)
c:19
[_.
of the PIP
image
and
the
Press the EXCH button to exchange the picture of the main
(background)
image and the PIP
image.
EXCH
Ant-A 023 ESPN
Stereo & SAP
hpu1-1
_;-VIDEO
Input-1
Moving
the PIP
A 023
image
c:::z_o0
Q O 0[-/
Press the ADJUST buttons
move the PIP image.
to
ooorl
OOO,_
GOOd4
14.2r_ _..>
_Important:
96
If you move the PIP :image and then turn it off, it will remain
new position when you turn it on a_,_ain.
Chapter
4: Using the Special
Features
in it
Freezing
the
PIP
image
O Press the PAUSE button to
freeze the PIP image c,n the
screen.
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O Press PAUSE again to return
a live pimmre.
to
c_x_=d
_Important:
If you press the pause button while viewing a picture
image, a PIP image will appear and be frozen.
without
a PIP
disappears
after a
few seconds
Using the Picture-in-Picture
(PIP) Modes
97
$ Using
the Active
A/V Network
Feature
This A/V Network is a special featur_ that makes :it easier to use
your television and your other A/V components
together.
When
you connect the A/V Network, you can point the remote control at
the television,
and it will "pass" the remote control command to the
other components.
Additionally,
you will gain even more benefits if you have a
Mitsubishi VCR equipped fi)r the Active A/V Network.
The Active
A/V Network allows you to perform many of the commonly used
features of your system at the press of just one button.
This section will explain
Network.
before
the various
features
of the Active A/V
you begin
You must have connected an A/V Network cable from the Active
A/V Network terminal of your q_ to the A/V Network IN
terminal of your VCR. See 'TV+Mitsubishi
products that have
A/V Network terminals,"
in Chapl;er 2.
•
You must have connected
your TV.
your VC,R to External
•
You must have set your TV's "A/V Network"
or "Basic". See "Setting the A/V Network,"
•
Your VCR's remote
control
1 (EXT-1) of
setting to "Active"
in Chapter 3.
switch (if any) should be set to"VCR-
AoH
•
Your VCR's video mute
what
the Active
setting
A/V Network
should be turned
ON.
does
The Active AiV Network makes it easier and faster to use the
VCR's Quick Program ,and Play commands and the T_rs PIP
commands.
Important:
98
When using the Active A/V Network,
remote control at your television.
Chapter
4: Using the Special
Feature_
you should a:[ways point your
Using
using
the
active
A/V Network
the PLAY button
(AUTO
feature
(cont.)
PLAY)
When you press PLAY on the :remote:
•
Active A/V Network
the tape (if any).
will turn your VCR cn and begin playing
•
Active AN Network
1.
will turn your TV on and switch
it to EXT-
When you turn your TV off:
•
Your VCR will turn
using
DImportant:
the PIP button
off, unless
it is playing
(TWO TUNER
or recording.
PIP)
You must be watching a broadcast channel on Antenna-A
or ,_mtenna-B to use the Active A/V Network PIP function correctly.
When you press the PIP buttcm on the remote
image:
•
Your VCR will automatically
•
You can see the VCR's picture
While the PIP image
to bring
up a HP
turn on.
in the small PIP image.
is on the screen:
•
The PIP function buttons (SOURCE, C,HANNEL, ENTER,
right/left, adjust up/down, PAUSE) will all work in the same
manner.
•
Use the PIP Channel Selector to scan the PIP channels. To
access a channel directly, :you must select VCR-A on the remote
control, then use the number pad.
DImportant:
If you leave the TV turned on, set to EXT--1, but the TV is not
receiving a signal on EXT-1, :it will automatically
turn off after five
minutes.
(If you use a TV menu during this time, the TV will turn
off five minutes after you stop using the menus.)
DImportant:
You should not press the PIP button while you are watching a
channel that is not receiving any broadcasts.
YOUwill not be able
to see the small PIP image, and you will not be able to change
channels on the main image. You may need to turn off the 'FV and
turn it back on, change to a channel that is receiving a broadcast,
and begin again.
Using the Active A/V Network
99
_
CHAPTER
FIVE
Troubleshooting
Even though you're now familiar with the basic and advanced
operations
of the TV, you may run into trouble from time to time as
you become accustomed
to the TV. This chapter offers solutions to
some of the common problems you may er_counter. We suggest that
you consult this chart before contacting a Mitsubishi
service
representative.
I01
Troubleshooting
Possible
Problems
The remote
work.
control doesn't
•
(cont.)
For
Solutions
Check that the batteries
installed correctly.
are
More
Information
See "Getting resdy to use
the remote contror' in
Chapter 1 for an explanation
of ihow to install batteries
in
the remote control.
The TV takes several
seconds to respond
commands.
•
Check that the select switch
is set to "TV."
See "Remote control buttons
and functions" in Chapter 1,
which explains where the
select switch is located.
Be sure that you are
pointing the tip of the
remote control toward the
TV from a distance of no
more than 20 feet.
See "Getting: ready to use
the remote contror' in
Chapter 1, which contains
pointers for using the remote
control.
Use the ENTER
See "Changing channels" in
Chapter 3, which explains
the function of the ENTER
button.
button
to
avoid delays.
to button
You can't access a channel.
Be sure that the channel you
want to view is programmed
into memory.
See "Memorizing
channels"
in Chapter 3, which explains
how to program channels
into the TV's memory.
Check that the TV is tuned
See "Selecting tlhe input
source" in Chapter 3, which
explains how to change the
input source.
to the correct input source
(antenna)
for that channel.
You can't see a different
channel in the reduced PIP
image.
•
Use the SOURCE button to
change the source of the PIP
image.
Make sure you have a
second source, such as a
VCR, turned on and connected to your TV.
102
Chapter
5: Troubleshooting
•
See "Using the Picture-inPicture (PIP) Modes" in
Chapter 4.
Troubleshooting
Problems
Possible
(cont.)
Solutions
For More
This is part of the normal
operation of the TV.
See "Understanding
the OnScreen Displays" in Chapter
4 for a full explanation
of
the on-screen displays
•
Check that the MUTE
button isn't on.
•
The TV's "Listen to:" setting
may be set to "second audio
program" (S.A.P.).
See "Remote control buttons
and functions" in Chapter 1,
which explains the location
and flmction of the MUTE
button.
•
Check that "Speaker"
function is set to "On."
You forget the code you used
to set the parental lock.
•
Use the alternate procedure
that doesn't require the use
of the code.
You can't program the TV to
turn on automatically.
•
The TV may be locked.
See "Using the parental
lock" under "Using the
Advanced Features"
in
Chapter 3.
The sound doesn't
image on screen.
•
The TV's "Listen to:" setting
may be set to "second audio
program" (S.A.P.).
See "Adjusting the sound" in
Cha_.ter 3, which explains
how 1;oadjust the "Listen
to:" setting.
The TV has been set to
"text" mode, but there is no
text information
being
broadcast.
See "Using the closed
caption decoder" under
"Getting started" in
Chapter 3, or pres;s the
HOME button to make the
rectangle disappear.
On-screen displays appear
each time you adjust a
fimction.
There's no sound even
when the volume is turned
up.
•
Information
match
the
• "There is a large black
rectangle on the screen.
You cannot see a picture
when you play a tape in the
VCR.
If you connected your VCR
with A/V cables, use the
INPUT button to select the
input source (Input 1, 2, or
3) that the VCR is connected
See "Adjusting the sound" in
Chapter 3, which explains
how to adjust the "Listen
to:" setting.
•
•
See the Appendix,
"Procedure for Bypas.cing
the Parental
Lock.."
See "Selecting the input
source" for an explanation
about changing the input.
to.
Troubleshooting
103
Troubleshooting
Possible
Problems
Antenna-B
does not appear
as a PIP source.
•
(cont.)
Solutions
Antenna B is not available
as a PIP source when you
are watching Antenna A.
The colors in the TV's
The colors in the TV's
picture
picture tubes may have
become misaligned. You will
need to adjust the colors
yourself.
104
are not aligned.
Chapter
5: Troubleshooting
For More
•
Information
See "Using the Picture-inPicture (PIP) Modes" in
Chapter 4.
See "Aligning the colors" in
Chapter 3, which explains
how to align the colors. Also
see "Adjusting the convergence" in Chapter 3.
Caution
and
care
I
_Warning:]
Don't leave stationary
images on-screen for mere than 10 minutes.
These images can scar the TV, causing permanent
damage to the
picture tube. Some examples of stationary
images are:
•
•
•
•
•
L>Important:
stock-market
reports,
station loges (especially bright ones),
video game displays,
shopping channel displays,
the television's own on-screen displays.
If you plan to place speakers next to the TV, make sure they are
magnletically shielded. Ordinary speakers will cause distortion in
the picture due to their strong magnets. This distortion, however,
will not harm the picture tubes
For maximum enjoyment and safe operation of your Mitsuhishi TV,
please read the "IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS"
carefully and apply
them properly.
Cleaning
Normally,
TV clean.
light dusting
with a non-scratching
duster
will keep your
If you want to wipe down your TV, turn it off .and unplug it. Then,
wipe it gently with a soft cloth slightly moistened with water.
You can add a few drops of mild liquid detergent
to the water for
oily dirt.
DO NOT allow liquid to enter
DO NOT use strong
or abrasive
DO NOT use spray liquids
the TV through
slots.
cleaners.
or cleaners
DO NOT scrub or rub the TV harshly.
Troubleshooting
the ventilation
directly
on the TV's surface.
Wipe gently.
105
Calling
for service
If you are unable to correct a problem with your TV, consult your
Mitsubishi dealer or Mitsubishi Authorized
Warranty
Service
Center.
Do not adjust
Do not remove
any controls
not described
the protective
in this owner's
_,mide.
back cover of this unit.
If you see one of the following displays an your screen, you should
not change any settings. These are special displays used by the
factory.
Initial
E2RESET
3dia
CCD
: On
: On
Initial
Auto dock
: On
Hotel
Hotel
: Off
Power Res
Ant
: Off
:2
Power
A'_t
Res
: Off
: 2
Input
When
:3
: On
Input
When mute
: 3
: On
mute
: Off
If these displays appear, make sure that all of the on]off settings
are the same as the illustrations
above and then turn the TV off. If
any of the settings are different from the illustrations
above, turn
the TV off and consult your Mitsubishi dealer or Mitsubishi Authorized Warranty
Service Center.
106
Chapter
5: Troubleshooting
A
APPENDIX
Procedure
for Bypassing
Cut along
the Parental
Lock
dotted line and file after reading.
After you set the lock, you will need the secret code in order
to:
• view a locked channel,
• view the locked TV, or
• cancel the lock.
If you forget the code, you carl view the locked TV without entering
the code. To do this, simply press the buttons on your reraote
labeled "QV" and "9" at the same time whenever your secret code is
requested.
E>Important:
Unlocking with this procedure is only temporary.
completely, follow the procedure below:
O
To cancel the lock
Turn on your TV. If the TV requests your secret code, press the
"QV" button and the "9" button on the remote control at the
same time.
Press the MENU button to view the main menu. Use the
ADJUST button to select. "Advanced Features."
Press ENTER.
Use the ADJUST
ENTER.
O
button
to select "Use Parental
Lock." Press
Press the "QV" button and the "9" button on the remote
at the same time, instead of entering the code.
If you were using "Lock the TV," select a setting
the ADJUST button to turn off the lock.
If you were using "Lock the Channel,"
to place the cursor next to the channel
turn off. Press ENTER.
control
"Off" using
use the ADJUST button
whose lock you want to
Press the CANCEL button to unlock that channel, or use the
ADJUST buttons to change the channel to a new one.
Press the MENU button
menu.
_>Important:
to return
to the "Advanced
Features"
You must use the remote control included with this TV. You cannot
use a remote control from another Mitsubishi component,
and you
cannot use any "Universal"
remotes from other manufacturers.
107
Index
A
A]V Components
Using the remote with ........... 44
A/V Memory Positions
Adjusting the picture ............. 67
Adjusting the sound ............... 72
Customizing
...........................
67
Selecting .................................
65
A_ " Network
Description
.............................
57
Setting ....................................
57
Using ......................................
57
AN Network Terminals
Using Mitsubishi
products
with ........................................
36
AiV System
Adjusting the convergence
.... 84
Adjusting the picture ............. 67
Adjusting the sound ............... 72
Adjusting video functions ...... 68
Aligning the colors ................. 57
Customizing
the memory
position ...............................
67
Memory positions ...................
65
Selecting the A/V memory
position ...............................
65
Using external audio compo'nents ............................
35, 36
Using video mute ...................
63
Active A!V Network Terminal...
23
Using ......................................
36
Adjust Buttons .............. 13, 18, 20
Adjusting the Convergence
....... 84
Advanced Features
Using ......................................
76
Aligning the Colors ....................
58
ANT-A Terminal ........................
22
ANT-B Terminal ........................
22
Antennas
Antenna terminals
................. 22
- Using separate UHF and VHF
antennas
.............................
28
Audio Controls ...........................
20
Audio Settings
Adjusting ................................
72
Balance ...................................
72
Bass ........................................
72
Descriptions
...........................
72
Listen to .................................
72
Speaker ..................................
72
Surround
................................
72
Treble .....................................
72
Audio Input Terminals
....... 14, 23
Audio Monitor Terminals
.......... 22
Audio Products
Using remote control with ..... 20
AV Reset Button ........................
14'-
B
Background
................................
Balance .......................................
Basic Connections
Overview ................................
Bass ............................................
68
72
24
72
C
Cable TV
Using remote with ................. 43
Using with a cable box ... 26, 5'2
Using without a cable
box ..................................
25, 29
Calling For Service .................
106
Cancel Button .....................
14, 18
Caution and Care ....................
105
Cleaning your TV ................
105
Channel Controls ................ 13, .18
Channels
Adding ....................................
56
Changing ................................
48
Changing with PIP ................ 95
Deleting ..................................
56
Locking ...................................
80
Memorizing
............................
55
Using QuickView ...................
50
Using SuperQuickView
.. 51, 82
Using the SQV button .......... 83
Cleaning Your TV ...................
105
Clock
Setting ....................................
53
Setting the timer ...................
77
Closed Caption Decoder
Adjusting ................................
71
Closed Captioning
......................
70
Adjusting the closed caption
decoder ...............................
71
Standard
captioning
.............. 70
Text captioning
......................
70
Color Temperature
....................
67
Colors
Adjusting
the Convergence
... 84
Aligning ...................................
58
Connections
TV+Antenna
or cable without a
cable box .............................
25
TV+cable with a cable box ..... 26
TV+Mitsubishi
products that
have A!V network
terminals
.............................
36
Index
TV+separate
UHF and VHF
antennas
.............................
28
TV+sterec audio system ........ 35
TV+VCR+ antenna or cable
without a cable box ............ 29
TV+VCR+cable
with a cable
box .........................................
32
Consumer
Relations ................ 106
Contrast
......................................
67
Controls ......................................
20
Audio ......................................
20
Channel ...................................
18
Locking the TV .......................
79
Picture-in-picture
(PIP) ......... 20
Remote control .......................
17
Selecting the language
.......... 64
Seleting the menu type .. 59, 60
Turning your TV on/off. ......... 46
Understanding
the on-screen
displays ..............................
88
Using the on-screen menus .... 52
Video .......................................
20
Volume ....................................
18
Customizing
the A/V Memory
Pos.ition ...............................
67
E
Enter Button ........................
14,
Espafiol ........................................
Exchange Button ........................
Extended Data Services ............
18
64
20
88
F
Franqais ......................................
French Language ........................
64
64
H
Home Button
..............................
18
I
Important
Safeguards
.................. 3
Infornmtion
Button ..................... 18
Input Button (Front Panel) ....... 14
Input Button (Remote) .............. 18
Inputs
Nmning ...................................
61
Selecting PIP source ............... 94
Selecting the input _,_ource .... 47
109
L
Q
Language
Selecting .................................
64
Light Button ..............................
18
Listen-To: Function ...................
72
Locking Channels
....................
80
Using the parental
lock ......... 76
Locking Your TV ........................
79
QuickView
Description
.............................
Setting QuickView memory
QV Button ..................................
M
Memorizing
Menu
Channels
...............
55
Selecting the menu language
64
Selecting the menu type. 59, 60
Menu Button .......................
14, 18
Mute
Using video mute ...................
63
Mute Button ...............................
18
N
Naming
Number
the Input ......................
Buttons (0-9) ................
61
18
O
On-Screen Displays
Understanding
.......................
On-Screen Menus
Using ......................................
Operating
Your TV ....................
88
52
39
P
Parental
Lock
Canceling ................................
81
Changing ................................
81
Using .......................................
76
Pause Button .............................
20
Picture-in-Picture
(PIP)
Modes. See PIP
Picture-In-Picture
Controls ....... 20
"PIP
Activating
the PIP image ...... 93
Changing channels
while
using ......................................
95
Freezing the image ................ 97
Selecting the source ............... 94
Using ................................
92, 98
:PIP Button .................................
20
:PIP CH Button ...........................
20
:Power Button (Front Panel) ...... 13
Power Button (Remote) ............. 18
:Power Indicator
.........................
14
Problems and Solutions ........... 102
Program Timer Indicator
.......... 14
:110
T
50
.. 50
18
R
Remote Control
Buttons ...................................
17
Description
.............................
41
Functions ................................
17
General
Instructions
............ 16
Installing
batteries
................ 15
Using to adjust video
functions .................................
68
Using with a cable
box ...........................
41, 43, 45
Using with Mitsubishi
audio
components
........................
44
Using with Mitsubishi
laserdisc
players ................................
42
Using with VCRs ............ .41, 4,1
Using with Mitsubishi
A/V
receivers .............................
45
VCR Buttons ..........................
20
S
S-Video Input Terminal
...... 14, 23
S.A.P ............................................
72
Select Switch ...............................
1,9
Service .......................................
106
Setting the A/V Network ............ 57
Sharpness
....................................
67
Sleep Button ........................
18, 90
Sleep Timer
Changing or canceling ............ 9I
Setting .....................................
90
Using .......................................
89
Sound
Adjusting ................................
72
Source Button ............................
20
Spanish Language
.....................
64
Speaker Function .......................
7?
Special Features
...................
6, 87
SQV Button ..........................
18, 83
Stereo Audio
Using external audio components ...................................
35
SuperQuickView
Customizing
...........................
82
Using ......................................
82
Using the SQV button ........... 83
Surround
....................................
7?
Index
Terminals
...................................
Active _.MVNetwork ...............
Ant,enna ..................................
Audio input ............................
Audio monitor ........................
S-V:ideo input .........................
Tuner output ..........................
Video Input ............................
Video raonitor .........................
Test Button ................................
Timer
Setting ....................................
Using the sleep timer ............
Tint .............................................
Treble .........................................
Troubieshooting
.......................
Calling for service ................
23
23
22
23
22
23
22
23
22
14
77
89
67
72
101
106
U
UHF Antenna
Unpacking
Termiinal
............ 22
Your TV ....................
7
V
VCR
Using remote with .................
Using with a cable box ..........
Using without a cable box .....
VCR Buttons
Remote Control .......................
VHF _mtenna Terminal
............
Video Controls ...................... 20,
Adjusting .................................
Adjusting
the convergence
....
Aligning the color,_ .................
Background
.............................
Brightness
...............................
Color ........................................
Color temperature
.................
Contrast .................................
Notch filter .............................
Sharpness ...............................
T:int .........................................
Video Input Terminals
......... 14,
Video Monitor Terminal .............
Video :Mute
Using ........................................
ViewPoint Menus
Using .......................................
Volume Controls ................. 13,
44
32
29
20
22
67
68
84
58
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
23
22
63
52
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lasts, or the exclusion
and you may also have other rights
which
OTHER
PERSON
BREACH
or limitation
vary from
FOR ANY
OF CONTRACT,
of incidental,
INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL
OR
OR OTHERWISE.
special,
or consequential
damages,
state to state.
7. BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE, please review the instruction booklet to insure proper installation and correct customer control adjustment. If the
problem persists, contact your nearest MITSUBISHI Dealer for name(s) of authorized MITSUBISHI Service Center(s). If you are unable to obtain this
information, please call 800-332-2119, or write us at the address below.
MITSUBISHI
ELECTRONICS
P.O. Box 5025
Norcross, GA 30091-5025
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