Printed in Japan
Gedruckt in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
Stampato in Giappone
Gedrukt in Japan
Impreso en Japón
Impresso no Japão
PIN
TINS-D825WJN1
1
08P12-JA-KG
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
LCD-FARBFERNSEHGERÄT
TÉLÉVISEUR COULEUR À ÉCRAN
CRISTAUX LIQUIDES (LCD)
TELEVISORE A COLORI LCD
LCD-KLEURENTELEVISIE
OPERATION MANUAL
TELEVISIÓN EN COLOR LCD
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
TELEVISOR DE CRISTAL LÍQUIDO
MODE D’EMPLOI
MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI
GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
MANUAL DE MANEJO
MANUAL DE OPERAÇÃO
NEDERLANDS
LCD COLOUR TELEVISION
ESPAÑOL
OPERATION MANUAL / BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG / MODE D’EMPLOI / MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI / GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING / MANUAL DE MANEJO /
MANUAL DE OPERAÇÃO
SHARP CORPORATION
TU-X1E
PORTUGUÊS
D825WJN1
Sonninstraße 3, D-20097 Hamburg
ENGLISH
LC-52XS1E/65XS1E
TU-X1E
SHARP ELECTRONICS (Europe) GmbH
LC-52XS1E
LC-65XS1E
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(
) : LC-65XS1E
[
] : LC-52XS1E
: LC-52XS1E/65XS1E
SPECIAL NOTE FOR USERS IN THE U.K.
The mains lead of this product is fitted with a non-rewireable (moulded) plug incorporating a 13A fuse. Should the
fuse need to be replaced, a BSI or ASTA approved BS 1362 fuse marked
or )5) and of the same rating as above,
which is also indicated on the pin face of the plug, must be used.
Always refit the fuse cover after replacing the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover fitted.
In the unlikely event of the socket outlet in your home not being compatible with the plug supplied, cut off the mains
plug and fit an appropriate type.
: TU-X1E
DANGER:
The fuse from the cut-off plug should be removed and the cut-off plug destroyed immediately and disposed of in a
safe manner.
Under no circumstances should the cut-off plug be inserted elsewhere into a 13A socket outlet, as a serious electric
shock may occur.
To fit an appropriate plug to the mains lead, follow the instructions below:
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this product may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
• The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the plug terminal which is marked N or coloured black.
• The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the plug terminal which is marked L or coloured red.
Ensure that neither the brown nor the blue wire is connected to the earth terminal in your three-pin plug.
Before replacing the plug cover make sure that:
• If the new fitted plug contains a fuse, its value is the same as that removed from the cut-off plug.
• The cord grip is clamped over the sheath of the mains lead, and not simply over the lead wires.
IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT, CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
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71,0
IMPORTANT:
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430.0
328.9
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328,9
ENGLISH
• “TV” when used in this manual means the Display and AVC System.
• The illustrations and the OSD in this operation manual are for explanation purposes and may vary slightly from the actual
operations.
• The examples used throughout this manual are based on the LC-52XS1E model.
• This model is compatible with H.264 (MPEG4 H.264, MPEG4 AVC, MPEG4 AVC/H.264) compressed broadcasts.
• Refer to page 59 for the meaning of abbreviated terms.
ENGLISH
OPERATION MANUAL
Contents
Contents ...........................................................................................1
Introduction......................................................................................2
Dear SHARP customer ..............................................................2
Important Safety Precautions .....................................................2
Trademarks ................................................................................2
Remote control unit ...................................................................3
Part name ..................................................................................4
Display (Front view/Side view) ..............................................4
AVC System (Front view/Rear view) ......................................4
AVC System (Bottom view)...................................................4
Preparation.......................................................................................5
Supplied accessories .................................................................5
Optional accessories..................................................................5
Inserting the batteries.................................................................6
Using the remote control unit .....................................................6
Cautions regarding the remote control unit ...........................6
Quick guide ......................................................................................7
Initial installation overview...........................................................7
Before turning on the main power ..............................................8
Preparing the Display ...........................................................8
Setting the TV and antenna cables .......................................9
Turning on and running the initial auto installation .....................10
Plugging the AC cord to the AC outlet................................10
Power on and run the auto installation ...............................10
Initial auto installation ...............................................................11
Checking signal strength and channel strength (DVB-T/C) ...16
Checking signal strength and channel strength (DVB-S) .....16
Watching TV ...................................................................................17
Daily operation .........................................................................17
Switching on/off .................................................................17
Switching between digital, satellite and analogue
broadcasts ......................................................................17
Changing channels ............................................................17
Selecting an external video source .....................................17
Selecting a sound mode ....................................................17
EPG .........................................................................................18
EPG Overview..........................................................................18
Useful settings for using EPG ...................................................18
Selecting a programme using EPG ..........................................19
Timer recording using EPG ......................................................20
Cancelling the timer recording ..................................................20
Teletext ....................................................................................21
Using the MHEG-5 application (UK only) ..................................21
Connecting external devices ........................................................22
Introduction to connections......................................................22
HDMI connection ...............................................................23
Component connection .....................................................23
S-VIDEO/VIDEO connection ...............................................23
SCART connection ............................................................24
Controlling devices with SCART using AV Link ...................24
Speaker/amplifier connection .............................................25
Inserting a CA Card .................................................................26
AQUOS LINK ..................................................................................27
Controlling HDMI devices using AQUOS LINK..........................27
AQUOS LINK connection .........................................................27
AQUOS LINK Setup .................................................................28
Operating an AQUOS LINK device ...........................................29
Menu operation..............................................................................30
What is the MENU? .................................................................30
Common operations ..........................................................30
Basic adjustment ...........................................................................31
Picture Settings .......................................................................31
AV MODE...........................................................................32
Audio Settings .........................................................................32
Power Save Settings................................................................33
Channel Settings .....................................................................34
Auto Installation .................................................................34
Programme Setup..............................................................34
Password/Parental lock settings ........................................37
Language Settings (language, subtitle, multi audio) ..................37
Useful Viewing functions ..............................................................38
Selecting the picture size .........................................................38
Selecting the WSS picture size automatically .....................38
Selecting the WSS picture size manually ............................38
Selecting the picture size manually .....................................38
Selecting the recording picture size manually .....................39
Selecting the HDMI picture size automatically ....................39
Other picture and audio settings ..............................................39
Adjusting image position ....................................................39
Automatic volume adjustment ............................................39
Outputting audio only .........................................................39
Display Settings .......................................................................40
Channel display..................................................................40
Time and Title display ........................................................40
Other useful features ....................................................................41
Setting when using external devices ........................................41
Input source settings ..........................................................41
Skipping specified inputs ...................................................41
Colour system settings.......................................................41
Additional features ...................................................................41
Connecting a USB device ........................................................42
USB Photo Viewer/Music Player ..............................................42
Photo Mode .......................................................................42
Music Mode .......................................................................43
USB device compatibility .........................................................43
Gallery Mode ...........................................................................44
Basic operation for Gallery Mode .............................................44
Gallery Mode setting ................................................................44
Troubleshooting for Gallery Mode .......................................45
Connecting a PC............................................................................46
Connecting a PC .....................................................................46
Displaying a PC image on the screen .......................................46
Selecting the picture size ...................................................46
Adjusting the PC image automatically ................................47
Adjusting the PC image manually .......................................47
Selecting input resolution .........................................................47
RS-232C port specifications ....................................................48
PC compatibility chart ..............................................................49
RS-232C command list ...........................................................49
Appendix ........................................................................................50
Using the universal remote control ...........................................50
Troubleshooting .......................................................................54
Updating your TV via DVB-T ....................................................55
Updating your TV via USB .......................................................55
Reset .......................................................................................55
Identification ............................................................................56
Specifications ..........................................................................57
End of life disposal ...................................................................58
Abbreviation list .......................................................................59
1
Introduction
Dear SHARP customer
Thank you for your purchase of the SHARP LCD colour TV product. To ensure safety and many years of troublefree operation of your product, please read the Important Safety Precautions carefully before using this product.
Important Safety Precautions
• Cleaning—Unplug the AC cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the product. Use a damp cloth to clean the product.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
• Water and moisture—Do not use the product near water, such as bathtub, washbasin, kitchen sink, laundry tub,
swimming pool and in a wet basement.
• Do not place vases or any other water-filled containers on this product. The water may spill onto the
product causing fire or electric shock.
• Stand—Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod or table. Doing so can cause the
product to fall, resulting in serious personal injuries as well as damage to the product. Use only a cart,
stand, tripod, bracket or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the product. When
mounting the product on a wall, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Use only the mounting
hardware recommended by the manufacturer.
• When relocating the product placed on a cart, it must be moved with utmost care. Sudden stops,
excessive force and uneven floor surface can cause the product to fall from the cart.
• Ventilation—The vents and other openings in the cabinet are designed for ventilation. Do not cover or
block these vents and openings since insufficient ventilation can cause overheating and/or shorten the
life of the product. Do not place the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface, since they
can block ventilation openings. This product is not designed for built-in installation; do not place the
product in an enclosed place such as a bookcase or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer’s instructions are followed.
• The LCD panel used in this product is made of glass. Therefore, it can break when the product is
dropped or impact applied. If the LCD panel is broken, be careful not to be injured by broken glass.
• Heat sources—Keep the product away from heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves and other heat-generating
products (including amplifiers).
• Headphones—Do not set the volume at a high level. Hearing experts advise against extended listening at
high volume levels.
• To prevent fire, never place any type of candle or naked flames on the top or near the TV set.
• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place the AC cord under the TV set or other heavy items.
• Do not display a still picture for a long time, as this could cause an afterimage to remain.
• There is power consumption always if main plug is connected.
• Servicing—Do not attempt to service the product yourself. Removing covers can expose you to high
voltage and other dangerous conditions. Request a qualified person to perform servicing.
The LCD panel is a very high technology product, giving you fine picture details.
Due to the very large number of pixels, occasionally a few non-active pixels may appear on the screen as a fixed point of
blue, green or red. This is within product specifications and does not constitute a fault.
Precautions when transporting the Display
When transporting the Display, never carry it by holding onto the speakers. Be sure to always carry the Display by two
people holding it with two hands—one hand on each side of the Display.
Trademarks
• “HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.”
• Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
• “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
• TruSurround XT, SRS and h symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
• TruSurround XT technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
• The “HD ready” Logo is a trademark of EICTA.
• The DVB logo is the registered trademark of the Digital Video Broadcasting—DVB—project.
• “x.v.Colour” and
2
are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
Introduction
Remote control unit
NOTE
• The symbols 8, 9 and 0 indicate that the buttons become available in respective operating mode when using as a universal
remote control.
1
TV B (TV Standby/On) (Page 17)
2
LIGHT D 8 9 0
When pressed, buttons that are frequently
used (Pr/s, ik/l, 0–9 numeric
buttons, A and b) will light. The light
will turn off if no operations are performed
within about five seconds. This button is
used for performing operations in low-light
situations.
3
4
5
FUNCTION 8 9 0
Press this button briefly (for more than 0.2
second), and the remote control switches
for DVD, SetTopBox or VCR operation
and currently controlled devices will be
indicated in the LCD window.
See page 50 for how to use this unit as a
universal remote control.
LCD window 8 9 0
This screen shows which device you are
currently controlling (TV, DVD, STB or
VCR).
0–9 numeric buttons 9
Set the channel.
Enter desired numbers.
Set the page in teletext mode.
• When the five Nordic countries
(Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark,
or Iceland) are selected in the country
setting from “Auto Installation” (page
34), DTV services are four digits. When
another country is selected, DTV
services are three digits.
1
4
U SAT
Press to access satellite mode.
I Pr/s 8 9 0
Select the TV channel.
O MENU 8
ATV/DTV/SAT: “MENU” screen on/off.
DVD: Title menu on/off.
5
P 6 (Return)
Return to the previous “MENU” screen.
6
7
8
15
16
17
9
10
18
19
12
7
ATV
Press to access conventional analogue
TV mode.
13
8
DTV
Press to access digital TV mode.
9
ik/l (Volume)
Increase/decrease TV volume.
20
k (Reveal hidden Teletext) (Page 21)
1 (Subpage) (Page 21)
21
v (Top/Bottom/Full)
Set the area of magnification in teletext
mode (Page 21).
22
AV MODE
Select a video setting (Page 32).
EPG
DTV/SAT: Display the EPG screen (Pages
18–20).
f (WIDE MODE)
Select a wide mode (Pages 38 and 46).
E END
Exit the “MENU” screen.
GALLERY
Press to enter the Gallery Mode (Page 44).
R Buttons for teletext and other useful
features
3 (Freeze/Hold)
Press to freeze a moving image on the
screen.
Teletext: Stop updating teletext pages
automatically or release the hold mode.
[ (Subtitle)
Switch subtitle languages on/off (Pages
21 and 37).
m (Teletext)
ATV: Display analogue teletext (Page 21).
DTV/SAT: Select MHEG-5 and teletext for
DTV/SAT (Page 21).
P. INFO
Press to display programme information
which is transmitted through digital video
broadcasting in the upper left corner of
the screen (DTV/SAT only).
7 (Sound mode)
Select a sound multiplex mode (Page 17).
14
W a/b/c/d (Cursor) 8
Select a desired item on the setting
screen.
OK 8 9
Execute a command within the “MENU”
screen.
ATV/DTV/SAT: Display the programme list
when no other “MENU” screen is running.
A Buttons for teletext and other useful
features
Flip open the remote control cover on
the front.
p (Display information)
Press to display the station information
(channel number, signal, etc.) in the upper
right corner of the screen (Page 40).
11
A (Flashback)
Press to return to the previously selected
channel or external input.
Q R/G/Y/B (Colour) buttons
The coloured buttons are correspondingly
used to select the coloured items on the
screen (e.g. EPG, MHEG-5, Teletext).
T b (INPUT SOURCE)
Select an input source (Page 17).
3
Y RADIO
DTV/SAT: Switch between Radio and
Data mode.
• When only data broadcasting (no radio
broadcasting) is transmitted by DVB,
the radio broadcasting will be skipped.
6
0 e (Mute)
TV sound on/off.
2
S AQUOS LINK buttons 8 9 0
TV mode: If external equipment such as a
AQUOS BD Player is connected via HDMI
cables and is AQUOS LINK compatible,
you can use these AQUOS LINK buttons.
See pages 27 and 29 for details.
DVD/VCR mode: Press OPTION to pause
the picture.
• The buttons except OPTION are
correspondingly used to select the
items on the screen.
STB mode: Only the B button can be
used to operate on STB.
3
Introduction
Part name
Display (Front view/Side view)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
il/k Volume buttons*
Ps/r Programme (channel)
buttons*
b (INPUT SOURCE) button*
MENU button*
a (Main Power) button*
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Remote control sensor
B (Standby/On) indicator
SLEEP indicator
11
OPC indicator
RESET button
* The symbols light up when pressing these buttons. After a
USB terminal
period of time, the light will turn off.
AVC System (Front view/Rear view)
1
2
3
B (Power) button
B (Standby/On) indicator
1
2
3
4
5
4
5
6
COMMON INTERFACE 1/2 slot
RESET button
HDMI3 (HDMI) terminal
7
8
EXT4 (ANALOGUE RGB/AUDIO)
terminals
EXT8 terminals
Headphones
6
7
8
WARNING
• Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
• Do not set the volume at a high level. Hearing experts advise against extended listening at high volume levels.
11
12
13 14
15
9
10
16
9 EXT1 (RGB) terminal
10 EXT2 (RGB) terminal
11 EXT3 (COMPONENT/AUDIO)
terminals
12 OUTPUT (AUDIO) terminals
13
14
15
16
17
17
18
19
SAT (satellite) antenna terminal
Antenna terminal
DC OUTPUT terminal
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT terminal
HDMI1 (HDMI/AUDIO) terminals
20 21
18
19
20
21
22
22
HDMI2 (HDMI) terminal
RS-232C terminal
USB terminal
DISPLAY OUTPUT terminal
AC INPUT terminal
AVC System (Bottom view)
Product label is on the bottom of the
AVC System.
4
Preparation
Supplied accessories
HDMI cable holder (g1)
AC cord cover (g1)
Pages 8
This covers the compartment on the
back of the Display after installing the
wall mount brackets or stand units.
Remote control unit (g1)
“AAA” size alkaline
battery (g2)
AC cord (g2)
Product shape varies in some
countries.
Page 6
Pages 3 and 6
HDMI cable (g1)
Page 10
HDMI cable fixture/
cushion (g1)
Pages 8 and 9
Operation manual
Page 9
Optional accessories
The listed optional accessories are available for this
LCD colour TV. Please purchase them at your nearest
shop.
• Additional optional accessories may be available in the
near future. When purchasing, please read the newest
catalogue for compatibility and check the availability.
No.
Part name
Part number
1
Wall mount bracket (LC52XS1E)
AN-52AG8
2
Wall mount bracket (LC65XS1E)
AN-65AG2
3
Stand unit (LC-52XS1E)
AN-52ST1
4
Stand unit (LC-65XS1E)
AN-65ST1
5
Preparation
Inserting the batteries
Before using the TV for the first time, insert two supplied “AAA” size alkaline batteries. When the batteries become
depleted and the remote control unit fails to operate, replace the batteries with new “AAA” size batteries.
1 Open the battery cover.
2 Insert two supplied “AAA” size alkaline batteries.
• Place batteries with their terminals corresponding to the
(e) and (f) indications in the battery compartment.
3
Close the battery cover.
CAUTION
Improper use of batteries can result in chemical leakage or explosion. Be sure to follow the instructions below.
• Do not mix batteries of different types. Different types of batteries have different characteristics.
• Do not mix old and new batteries. Mixing old and new batteries can shorten the life of new batteries or cause chemical
leakage in old batteries.
• Remove batteries as soon as they have worn out. Chemicals that leak from batteries can cause a rash. If you find any
chemical leakage, wipe thoroughly with a cloth.
• Do not overuse the light-up function of the LIGHT D button, doing so may shorten the battery life. Replace the batteries
when the light on the LCD window or the light-up function becomes weak or when the window
becomes blurry.
RESET
• Do not continue to use the remote control unit with the batteries running low. This may result in
error message or malfunction. Should this happen replace the batteries and leave it unused for a
button
while. Otherwise, you may open the rear battery cover and press the RESET button. When you
press the RESET button, your universal remote control settings will be deleted.
• The remote control unit has a internal memory of external devices. In order not to lose the data,
replace the batteries quickly. If the manufacturer code is initialised and lost, you can input the
manufacturer code again (See page 50–53).
• The batteries supplied with this product may have a shorter life expectancy due to storage conditions.
• If you will not be using the remote control unit for an extended period of time, remove the batteries from it.
• When replacing the batteries, use alkaline batteries instead of zinc-carbon ones.
Note on disposing batteries:
The batteries provided contain no harmful materials such as cadmium, lead or mercury.
Regulations concerning used batteries stipulate that batteries may no longer be thrown out with the household
rubbish. Deposit any used batteries free of charge into the designated collection containers set up at commercial
businesses.
Using the remote control unit
Use the remote control unit by pointing it towards the remote control sensor. Objects between the remote control
unit and sensor may prevent proper operation.
5m
30°
30°
Remote control sensor
Cautions regarding the remote control unit
• Do not expose the remote control unit to shock. In addition, do not expose the remote
control unit to liquids, and do not place in an area with high humidity.
• Do not install or place the remote control unit under direct sunlight. The heat may cause
deformation of the unit.
• The remote control unit may not work properly if the remote control sensor of the Display
is under direct sunlight or strong lighting. In such cases, change the angle of the lighting
or the Display, or operate the remote control unit closer to the remote control sensor.
6
Quick guide
Initial installation overview
Follow the steps below one by one when using the TV for the first time. Some steps may not be necessary
depending on your TV installation and connection.
Before turning on the main power
1 Prepare the Display (Page 8)
HDMI cable:
• Connect the supplied HDMI cable to the HDMI terminal on the Display.
Fix the cable to the Display with the supplied HDMI cable holder then.
2 Set the TV and antenna cables (Page 9)
Display:
• Select the location of the TV.
HDMI cable fixture/cushion:
• Connect the supplied HDMI cable with one side connected to the Display
as in step 1 to the DISPLAY OUTPUT on the AVC System. Connect the
cable to the AVC System with the supplied HDMI cable fixture/cushion.
Analogue/DVB-C/DVB-T antenna:
• Connect the antenna of an antenna system, cable system, or room
antenna to the antenna terminal of the AVC System.
Satellite antenna:
• Connect an antenna plug, e.g., from the antenna change over switch or
from the twin-LCN of a satellite system to the SAT terminal of the AVC
System.
3 Connect external devices or sound components
(Pages 22–25)
• If desired, connect external devices such as a DVD recorder.
• Cables and terminals may vary depending on the devices you use.
4 Prepare remote control unit (Page 6)
• Insert the supplied “AAA” size alkaline batteries into the remote control unit.
Turning on and running the initial auto installation
5 Turn on the TV power (Page 10)
• Plug the AC cord into an AC outlet.
• Press a on the Display to turn on the main power of the Display.
6 Conduct initial auto installation (Pages 11–15)
• The initial auto installation wizard appears automatically (only the first time the TV is turned on).
7 Adjust DVB-T/S/C antenna (Page 16)
• If necessary position or align the DVB-T/S/C antenna.
7
Quick guide
Before turning on the main power
Preparing the Display
• Make sure the Display is turned off before beginning work.
• Before performing work, spread cushioning over the surface on which you will be laying the Display. This will
prevent it from being damaged.
Connecting the HDMI cable with the HDMI cable holder
Speaker cable*
1 Press down on the
upper hook and remove
the rear terminal cover,
pulling towards you.
HDMI cable
(supplied)
2 Connect the HDMI cable to
the Display.
HDMI cable
holder
(supplied)
3 Affix the HDMI cable
holder by pressing down.
NOTE
* These are terminals for the speaker of the TV. Do not connect any other kind of cables.
• Do not disconnect the speaker cable unless absolutely necessary. If you disconnect the speaker cable, confirm each colour
of the speaker plugs and speaker terminals (the order of the colour from left to right: red/black/white) before connecting the
speaker cable again.
Mounting the Display on a wall
• This Display should be mounted on a wall only with the wall mount bracket available from SHARP
(Page 5). The use of other wall mount brackets may result in an unstable installation and may cause
serious injuries.
• Mounting the Display requires special skills and should only be performed by qualified service
personnel. Customers should not attempt to do the work themselves. SHARP bears no responsibility
for improper mounting or mounting that results in accident or injury.
• You can ask qualified service personnel about using an optional bracket to mount the Display to a wall.
• To use this Display mounted on a wall, first remove the adhesive tape at the two locations on the rear of the
Display, and then use the screws supplied with the wall mount bracket to secure the bracket to the rear of the
Display.
E When using wall mount bracket AN-52AG8 or AN-65AG2
You can check the centre of the TV screen using the mark engraved on the wall mount bracket when mounting
the Display on the wall.
LC-52XS1E: The centre of the TV screen is at mark “E” on the wall bracket.
LC-65XS1E: The centre of the TV screen is at mark “A” on the wall bracket.
Setting the Display with the optional stand
• This Display should be set on a table or floor, etc. only with the stand available from SHARP, sold separately
(Page 5).
• Be sure to follow the instructions for the stand manual.
8
Quick guide
Setting the TV and antenna cables
Supplying power to the antenna
You must supply power to the antenna in order to receive digital terrestrial broadcasts or satellite broadcasts
after running the initial auto installation. Go to “MENU” > “Setup” > “Antenna Setup-DIGITAL” > “Digital Setup”
> “Supply Voltage” > select “On”.
NOTE
• The B indicator of the AVC System lights up when the main power is turned on after connecting the Display and AVC System using the
supplied HDMI cable.
• The HDMI cable should be firmly connected. Failure to do so will loosen the cable and cause a contact failure when moving the AVC System.
This can cause result in an error message appearing on the screen without a visible picture.
Standard
DIN45325 plug
(IEC 169-2) 75 q
coaxial cable
Satellite antenna
cable
Do not use excessive
force when insering/
removing the HDMI
cable. The terminal or
cable may become
dameged.
Connecting the HDMI cable with the
fixture/cushion
1
3
HDMI cable (supplied)
4
5
2
Tab
1 Insert the fixture for
the HDMI cable into
the hole below the
DISPLAY OUTPUT
terminal on the AVC
System.
2 Detach the parts
of the fixture
while holding the
tab of the fixture
downward.
3 Wrap the cushion
around the HDMI
cable.
4 Attach the parts of
the fixture on the
cushion, pushing the
tab downward.
5 Connect the HDMI
cable with the fixture
to the DISPLAY
OUTPUT terminal
while sliding on the
bar of the fixture.
Handling the AVC System
CAUTION
5cm
• Do not put a VCR or other device on top of the AVC System.
5cm
5cm
• Keep enough space above and to the sides of the AVC
System.
• Do not block the ventilation openings on the top and left side or
the exhaust fan on the right side.
• Do not spread a thick cloth beneath the AVC System or cover it with one, as this can cause overheating and result in
malfunction.
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Quick guide
Turning on and running the initial auto installation
Plugging the AC cord to the AC outlet
Place the TV close to the AC
outlet, and keep the power
plug within reach.
AC cord*
AC cord*
* Product shape varies in some countries.
Power on and run the auto installation
n Turn on the main power using
a on the Display.
Digital Search
Start the digital service settings
(Pages 11–13)
Terrestrial
Cable
o Run the initial auto installation
(Pages 11–15).
✔
English
Start the analogue channel searching
(Page 13)
Italiano
Svenska
✔
Home/Store setting
HOME
✔
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Country setting
Austria
A
Finland
FIN B/G
Greece
GR B/G
✔
Analogue Search
Language setting
B/G
Skip
Channel search setting
Digital Search
Analogue Search
Start the satellite service settings
(Pages 14–15)
Skip
Yes
10
No
Quick guide
5
Initial auto installation
Starting channel search.
When the TV is powered on for the first time after
purchase, the initial auto installation wizard appears.
Follow the menus and make the necessary settings
one after another.
Confirm the following before turning
on the main power
E Are the Display and AVC System connected
using the supplied HDMI cable?
E Is the antenna cable connected?
E Is the AC cord plugged in?
1
Press a on the Display.
• The initial auto installation wizard appears.
2
Setting the OSD language.
English
Italiano
Digital Search
Analogue Search
Skip
Press a/b to select “Digital Search”, “Analogue
Search” or “Skip”, and then press OK.
• To watch analogue broadcasts, digital broadcasts and
satellite broadcasts, you should perform the channel
search setting for each format.
• If you want to search for more broadcasts, execute
“Additional Search” from the “Programme Setup”
menu (Pages 34–36).
• When you select “Skip”, only “Satellite Search” will be
performed. You should perform “Digital Search” and
“Analogue Search” from “Auto installation” under the
“Setup” menu if needed.
• After performing “Digital Search” or “Analogue
Search”, the screen swithes to the “Satellite Search”
setting. You should then execute “Yes” if you want to
search for the satellite channels.
Svenska
“Digital Search” setting
3
Press a/b/c/d to select the desired language,
and then press OK.
Selecting the location of the TV.
Press c/d to select “Terrestrial” or “Cable”,
and then press OK.
Terrestrial
HOME
Press c/d to select where you will use this TV,
and then press OK.
• HOME: “STANDARD” will be the default value for the
“AV MODE” setting.
• STORE: “DYNAMIC (Fixed)” will be the default value
for the “AV MODE” setting. If the “AV MODE” is
changed, the TV will automatically switch back to
“DYNAMIC (Fixed)” when there is no signal input from
the TV or remote control unit for 30 minutes.
4
Setting the country.
Austria
A
Finland
FIN B/G
Greece
GR B/G
Cable
STORE
B/G
Press a/b/c/d to select your country or area,
and then press OK.
• This setting screen only appears during the first
installation.
E “Terrestrial” searching
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The TV searches for, sorts and stores all the
receivable TV stations according to their settings
and the connected antenna.
• To abort the initial auto installation in progress, press
6.
After searching for DVB-T channels, the screen
switches to the “Satellite Search” setting (Page
14).
NOTE
• If you turn off the main power on the Display while
performing “Terrestrial” searching, the initial auto installation
wizard will not appear. The auto installation function allows
you to execute the installation again from the “Setup” menu
(Page 34).
• The initial auto installation wizard will turn off if you leave
the TV unattended for 30 minutes before searching for
channels.
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Quick guide
o When you change each item to the appropriate
E “Cable” searching
The current DVB-C settings are displayed on the
screen.
settings:
1 Press c/d to select “Change Setting”, and
then press OK.
Scrambled stations:
No
Scrambled stations
Search method:
Channel
Search method
[Ch]
Start frequency:
47.0 MHz
Start frequency
[47.0]
Network ID:
None
Network ID
[None]
Symbol rate 1:
6875
Symbol rate 1
[6875]
Symbol rate 2:
6900
Symbol rate 2
[6900]
QAM modulation 1:
64
QAM modulation 1
QAM modulation 2:
None
QAM modulation 2 [None]
Start Search
Change Setting
n
o
n When you start searching for DVB-C channels
with the current setting:
1 Press c/d to select “Start Search”, and
then press OK.
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2 Press a/b to select the menu, and then
press OK.
3 Press a/b/c/d or 0–9 to select or input the
appropriate item/value, and then press OK.
4 Press a/b to select “Search start”, and
then press OK.
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2 The TV searches for, sorts and stores all the
receivable TV stations according to their
settings and the connected antenna.
• To abort the initial auto installation in progress, press
6.
After searching for DVB-C channels, the screen
switches to the “Satellite Search” setting (Page
14).
NOTE
• If you turn off the main power on the Display while
performing “Cable” searching, the initial auto installation
wizard will not appear. The auto installation function allows
you to execute the installation again from the “Setup” menu
(Page 34).
• The initial auto installation wizard will turn off if you leave
the TV unattended for 30 minutes before searching for
channels.
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Yes
Search start
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5 The TV searches for, sorts and stores all the
receivable TV stations according to their
settings and the connected antenna.
• To abort the initial auto installation in progress, press
6.
After searching for DVB-C channels, the screen
switches to the “Satellite Search” setting (Page
14).
NOTE
• If you turn off the main power on the Display while
performing “Cable” searching, the initial auto installation
wizard will not appear. The auto installation function allows
you to execute the installation again from the “Setup” menu
(Page 34).
• The initial auto installation wizard will turn off if you leave
the TV unattended for 30 minutes before searching for
channels.
Quick guide
Menu
Scrambled
Stations
Search
Method
Description
Selectable Item
Specifies if you
need to add pay-TV
services.
Yes, No
Specifies how you
search channels.
Channel: Extracts
all of information
from a channel
(quick, but needs
corresponding TV
stations).
Frequency:
Checks every
frequency in range
(slow).
“Analogue Search” setting
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frequency
—————————
Network ID
Specifies the network.
Set this to register only
the specified network
None, 0–65535
ID without registering
any special services.
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The TV searches for, sorts and stores all the
receivable TV stations according to their settings
and the connected antenna.
• To abort the initial auto installation in progress, press
6.
47.0–858.0 MHz
Symbol rate
1*
The symbol rates are
specified by the cable
1000–9000
provider. Input the value
received for CATV.
Symbol rate
2*
The symbol rates are
specified by the cable
1000–9000
provider. Input the value
received for CATV.
QAM
—————————
Modulation 1
16, 32, 64, 128,
256
QAM
—————————
Modulation 2
None, 16, 32, 64,
128, 256
After searching for analogue channels, the
screen switches to the “Satellite Search” setting
(Page 14).
NOTE
• If you turn off the main power on the Display while
performing “Analogue Search”, the initial auto installation
wizard will not appear. The auto installation function allows
you to execute the installation again from the “Setup” menu
(Page 34).
• The initial auto installation wizard will turn off if you leave
the TV unattended for 30 minutes before searching for
channels.
* Set up “Symbol rate 2” if the cable provider uses several
symbol rates.
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Quick guide
“Satellite Search” setting
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and the then press
OK.
Yes
E Change setting:
1 Press c/d to select “Change setting”, and
then press OK.
• The setting screen of “Scrambled stations” and
“Symbol rate” is displayed.
Scrambled stations
No
[No]
SAT1-Symbol rate 1 [6875]
• If you do not perform “Satellite Search” setting, select “No”,
and then press OK.
• The current DVB-S setting screen is displayed.
SAT1-Symbol rate 2 [6875]
SAT2-Symbol rate 1 [6875]
Yes
No
Satellite System
Max. 4 satellites on DiSEqC multiswitch
LNB Frequency
SAT1
Satellite
Low
High
ASTRA1
9700
10700
Search start
2 Press a/b to select “Scrambled stations”,
and then press OK.
• Scrambled stations: Specifies if you need to add payTV services.
Next
Change Setting
n
o
3 Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
OK.
4 Press a/b to select the symbol rate you
want to modify, and then press OK.
• You must first complete “Change Setting” before moving to
the “Next” setting.
• Symbol rate: You need to set each symbol rate of all
the satellite broadcasts that the TV can receive (eight
is the maximum number of symbol rates that can be
displayed).
the scrambled stations:
Press c/d to select “Next”, and then press OK.
5 Press c/d to select “Search start”, and
then press OK.
n When starting the satellite search after setting
Scrambled stations:
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Satellite
Symbol rate 1
Symbol rate 2
SAT1
ASTRA1
27500
22000
SAT2
ASTRA2
27500
22000
SAT3
ASTRA3
27500
22000
SAT4
other
27500
22000
Start Search
Change Setting
E Start Search: DVB-S channel searching.
1 Press c/d to select “Start Search”, and
then press OK.
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2 The TV searches for, sorts and stores all the
receivable TV stations according to their
settings and the connected antenna.
• To abort the initial auto installation in progress, press
6.
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receivable TV stations according to their
settings and the connected antenna.
• To abort the initial auto installation in progress, press
6.
Quick guide
o When you change the antenna connection
EXAMPLE
setting:
Press c/d to select “Change Setting” on the DVB-S
setting screen in the left column, and then press OK.
• The antenna connection setting screen is displayed.
SAT1 LOW
[9000]
9000
12000
SAT1 High
[12000]
9000
12000
OK
Single satellite
7
2 satellites on 22kHz switchbox
Press a/b to select “OK”, and then press OK.
2 satellites on toneburst switchbox
Max. 4 satellites on DiSEqC multiswitch
Communal satellite system
After completing this setting, the screen
switches to the DVB-S setting screen shown in
the left column on page 14.
NOTE
• You can select the antenna connection method from the five types.
Consult your dealers before using a method other than “Single Satellite”.
E “Single satellite” setting
1
2
Press a/b to select “Single satellite”, and then
press OK.
Press a/b to select “SAT1 [None]” to display
the satellite broadcasts that the TV can receive,
and then press OK.
SAT1 [None]
Next
3
Press a/b/c/d to select your favorite satellite,
and then press OK.
• You cannot select “Next” unless you set the satellite
broadcast in step 3.
ASTRA 1
ASTRA 3
Altalntic Bird 3
4
Press a/b to select “Next”, and then press OK.
SAT1 [ASTRA 1]
Next
5
Press c/d to select “Yes (0/22kHz)” or “No” to
set the LNB frequency, and then press OK.
Yes (0/22kHz)
6
No
Press a/b to select the item and press c/d to
adjust 9,000 MHz to 12,000 MHz to the
appropriate value.
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Quick guide
Checking signal strength and
channel strength (DVB-T/C)
Checking signal strength and
channel strength (DVB-S)
If you install a DVB-T/C antenna for the first time or
relocate it, you should adjust the alignment of the
antenna to receive a good reception while checking
the antenna setup screen.
1 Press MENU and the “MENU” screen displays.
2 Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3 Press a/b to select “Antenna Setup-DIGITAL”,
and then press OK.
4 Press a/b to select “Digital Setup”, and then
press OK.
If you install a DVB-S antenna for the first time or
relocate it, you should adjust the alignment of the
antenna to receive a good reception while checking
the antenna setup screen.
1 Press MENU and the “MENU” screen displays.
2 Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3 Press a/b to select “Antenna Setup-DIGITAL”,
and then press OK.
4 Press a/b to select “Satellite Setup”, and then
press OK.
E Checking signal strength
E Checking signal strength
Press a/b to select “Signal Strength”, and then
press OK.
Supply Voltage
Signal Strength
Signal Strength
Channel Strength
Press a/b to select “Signal Strength”, and then
press OK.
Channel Strength
CH No.
21
Signal Strength
Signal Strength
Current
Quality
0
Max
0
Current
Quality
0
Max
0
Current
0
Max
0
Current
0
Max
0
E Checking channel strength
E Checking channel strength
Press a/b to select “Channel Strength”, and
then press OK.
Press a/b to select “Channel Strength”, and
then press OK.
• You can input a specified frequency band using the
0–9 numeric buttons.
• You can input a specified frequency band using the
0–9 numeric buttons.
Channel strength of DVB-T
Supply Voltage
Signal Strength
Channel Strength
4
Channel strength of DVB-S
7
CH No.
4 . 0
MHz
Signal Strength
Frequency
4
Channel Strength
Symbol rate
* Vert/Low
* * * *
Band
21
7
4
0
0
MHz
Signal Strength
Current
Quality
0
Max
0
Current
0
Max
0
Signal Strength
Channel strength of DVB-C
Supply Voltage
Frequency
4
Signal Strength
Symbol rate
Channel Strength
QAM Modulation
* 64* * *
7
4 .
0
MHz
Signal Strength
5
Current
Quality
0
Max
0
Current
0
Max
0
Position and align the antenna so that the
maximum possible values for “Signal Strength”
and “Quality” are obtained.
NOTE
• The values of “Signal Strength” and “Quality” indicate when
to check the appropriate alignment of the antenna.
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Current
Quality
0
Max
0
Current
0
Max
0
Watching TV
Daily operation
Changing channels
With 0–9:
With Pr/s:
Switching on/off
Turning on/off the main power
Press a on the Display.
Switch it off by pressing a on the Display.
Selecting an external video source
NOTE
• When turning off the main power
using a on the Display, EPG data
will be lost, and programmed timer
recordings will not be performed
by the TV.
Once the connection is made, press
b to display the “INPUT SOURCE”
screen, and then press a/b to
switch over to the appropriate
external source with OK.
INPUT SOURCE
TV
EXT1
EXT2
EXT3
EXT4
HDMI1
Standby mode
Selecting a sound mode
E To standby mode
If the TV is switched on, you can switch it to standby
by pressing TV B on the remote control unit or B
on the AVC System.
E DTV/SAT mode:
If multi sound modes are received, each time you press 2
the mode switches as follows.
E Switching on from standby
Audio (ENG) : STEREO
From standby, press TV B on the remote control unit
or B on the AVC System.
L/R
L
R
LR
Audio (ENG) : CH A
CH A
B indicator status (Display/AVC System)
B indicator
Status
Off
Power off
Blue
Power on
Red
Standby
Press c/d to select L or R sound when the STEREO or
DUAL MONO screen is displayed.
Audio (ENG) : STEREO
• If you are not going to use this TV for a long period of time, be sure
to remove the AC cord from the AC outlet.
• A small amount of electric power is still consumed even when a is
turned off.
Switching between digital, satellite
and analogue broadcasts
E Watching analogue
broadcasts
CH AB
Audio (ENG) : MONO
L/R
NOTE
E Watching digital
broadcasts
CH B
E Watching satellite
broadcasts
L
R
LR
NOTE
• The sound mode screen disappears in six seconds.
• Selectable items vary depending on the received broadcasts.
E ATV mode:
Each time you press 2, the mode switches as shown in
the following tables.
NICAM TV broadcasts selection
Selectable items
NICAM STEREO, MONO
NICAM CH A, NICAM CH B, NICAM CH AB, MONO
NICAM MONO, MONO
A2 TV broadcasts selection
Signal
Selectable items
Stereo
STEREO, MONO
Bilingual
CH A, CH B, CH AB
Monaural
MONO
Signal
Stereo
Bilingual
Monaural
NOTE
• When no signal is input, the sound mode will display “MONO”.
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Watching TV
EPG
EPG is a programme list that is displayed on the screen. With the EPG, you can check the schedule of DTV/SAT/
RADIO/DATA, view detailed information about them, tune to an event currently on-air and set a timer for future
events.
EPG Overview
E Basic functions
E Useful functions
E Select a programme using EPG (Page 19)
E Check programme information (Page 19)
E Search for a programme by category (Page 19)
E Search for a programme by date and time
(Page 19)
E Timer recording using EPG (Page 20)
Useful settings for using EPG
Common Operation
1
2
3
EPG display settings
Press MENU and the “MENU” screen displays.
Press c/d to select “Digital Setup”.
Press a/b to select “EPG Setup”, and then
press OK.
Digital Setup
REC Picture Size
[16:9 TV]
Download Setup
[Yes]
If you want to use the EPG for digital stations, select
“Yes”. The EPG data must be automatically captured
while the TV is in standby mode. After setting to “Yes”,
it may take some time to turn off the power using the
remote control unit due to the process of the data
capture.
EPG Setup
NOTE
Subtitle
• If the main power is switched off, the EPG data will not be
captured.
CI Select
E Display Range Setup
CI Menu
4
E EPG Setup (setting for receiving EPG
data)
Press a/b to select the desired item, and then
press OK (Example: “EPG Setup”, “Display
Range Setup”, etc.).
The “Display Range Setup” allows you to select three
types of time spans for display on the screen.
Item
Mode1: Displays six hours of programme information.
Mode2: Displays three hours of programme information.
Mode3: Changes to the EPG display format with a
vertical time span.
EPG Setup
Display Range Setup
Genre Icon Setup
Yes
No
E Genre Icon Setup
You can grey out or place a mark on desired genres
and smoothly search for programmes you frequently
watch.
5
Press a/b/c/d to select or adjust the desired
item, and then press OK (Example: “Yes”, “No”,
etc.).
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E Genre Icon List
Icon
Genre
Icon
Genre
Movie/Drama
Music/Ballet/Dance
News/Current affairs
Arts/Culture (without
music)
Show/Game show
Social/Political
Issues/Economics
Sports
Education/Science/
Factual topics
Children’s/Youth
programmes
Leisure hobbies
Watching TV
Selecting a programme using EPG
Basic Operation
The illustrations on this page are explained using three digit services.
E Display/Close the EPG screen
EPG
[DTV-TV]
Today
040
BBC News 24
10 : 00AM - 1 : 00 AM
Press EPG.
(Tue)20
(Wed)21
10 AM
2
E Select a programme
1 Select the time span
BBC TWO
002
BBC THREE
007
BBC FOUR
010
BBC FIVE
012
CBBC Channel
030
BBC 1
061
BB22
062
BBC NEWS 24
11
BBC NEWS
340
BBC NEWS
351
BBCi
SIT 1
994
SIT 2
995
SIT 3
996
SIT 4
997
SIT 5
998
BBC ONE
999
OK
: Enter
6
(Fri)23
(Sat)24
(Sun)25 (Mon)26
[Mon]16/04 10:57 AM
0 PM
1
2
1
3
This is BBC THREE
This is BBC THREE
BBCi
: Select
(Thu)22
BBC News
BBC NEWS
BBC NEWS
BBCi
This is BBC THREE
: Back
: Exit R Programme info.
EPG
Press c/d to select the time span you want to search.
G Search By Genre
3
• Continue to press d to display programmes in the next time span.
Y
Search By Date
4
B Timer List
5
2 Select the desired programme
Press a/b to select the desired programme.
• If a or b are displayed on the left of the services, continue to press a/b to display next or previous screen.
Selecting a programme
3 Check programme information
5 Search for a programme by date/time
1
1
2
2
Press a/b/c/d to select the programme you
want to check.
Press R.
Press Y.
Press c/d to select the desired time span, and
then press OK.
Programme Information
040
BBC News 24
10 : 00AM - 1 : 00 AM
Search by Time
Programme Info.
10 AM
002
007
BBC FOUR
3
B Next
012
CBBC Channel
030
BBC 1
061
B Next
: Select Time
11
0 PM
1
2
3
: Select Time
3
OK
OK
BBC NEWS
BB22
062
BBC NEWS 24
340
BBC NEWS
BBCi
351
BBCi
BBC NEWS
BBC NEWS
BBCi
Press OK to tune to the selected programme.
Press G.
Press a/b to select the desired genre, and then
press OK.
Press a/b to select a programme you want to
watch, and then press OK.
3
BBC TWO
002
BBC THREE
007
BBC FOUR
010
BBC FIVE
012
CBBC Channel
030
BBC 1
061
BB22
062
BBC NEWS 24
340
SIT 1
994
Today
to EPG
R Back
Back to EPG
: Enter
R
: Enter
11
0 PM
This is BBC THREE
BBC NEWS
BBC NEWS
0 PM -
6 PM -
06PM
PM6 PM
0 PM
10 AM
This is BBC THREE
This is BBC THREE
4 Search a programme in a category
1
2
6 AM AM 06PM
6 AM
010
BBC FIVE
0 AM 0 AM 6 AM
The BBC’s rolling news service with headlines every 15 minutes.
R Back to EPG
BBC THREE
Today
Search by Time
The BBC’s rolling news service with headlines every 15 minutes.
Programme Info.
R Back to EPG
BBC TWO
Date/Time
BBC News
6 PM
0 AM
0 AM
Enter
G
G Enter
1
+1 Week
Y
Y +1 Week
2
Next
Next
B
B Next
Next
3
This is BBC THREE
BBC NEWS
BBC NEWS
Press a/b to select the desired programme,
and then press OK.
NOTE
• When you select a programme outside of the current time
span, the timer setting screen is displayed (Page 20).
Genre
Movie/Drama
[Today] AM
[Today] PM
[Tue] 20 AM
[Tue] 20 PM
Movie/Dramaaffairs
News/Current
CBBC Cahnnel
030
time
Mon 19/05
10 : 50 AM - 11 : 05 AM
News/Current
affairs
Show/Game
show
BBC TWO
002
School is Lock
Mon 19/05
10 : 50 AM - 11 : 10 AM
Show/Game show
Sports
CBBC Cahnnel
030
Words and Pictures
Mon 19/05
11 : 05 AM - 11 : 20 AM
Sports
Children’s/Youth programmes
Children’s/Youth programmes
Music/Ballet/Dance
Music/Ballet/Dance
Arts/Culture (without music)
Arts/Culture (without music)
Social/Political
Social/PoliticalIssues/Economics
Issues/Economics
Education/Science/Factual
Education/Science/FactualTopics
Topics
Leisure
hobbies
Leisure
hobbies
• Refer to page 18 for the genre setting.
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Watching TV
Timer recording using EPG
Cancelling the timer recording
You can record TV programmes using data from the
EPG.
1 Press EPG.
2 Press a/b/c/d to select the programme you
want to record, and then press OK.
3 Press c/d to select the preferred timer setting,
and then press OK.
Watch
Record
No
• If you select “No”, the TV returns to the EPG screen.
E Watching a programme at a set time
1
2
Press c/d to select “Watch”, and then press
OK.
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press OK.
• The selected TV programme is marked with an icon.
E Recording a programme at a set time
1
2
Press c/d to select “Record”, and then press
OK.
Press c/d to select the preferred timer
recording type, and then press OK.
Item
AQUOS LINK: Records a programme at a set time when
a device compatible with AQUOS LINK is connected.
AV LINK: Records a programme at a set time when a
device compatible with AV LINK is connected.
VHS tape: Records a programme at a set time when a
device compatible with VHS tape is connected.
3
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press OK.
• The selected TV programme is marked with an icon.
NOTE
• Refer to pages 22–25 and 27–28 for connecting external
devices.
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1
2
3
4
Press EPG.
Press a/b/c/d to select the programme on
timer setup, and then press OK.
Press c/d to select “Cancel”, and then press
OK.
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press OK.
E Cancelling using the B button on the
remote control unit
1
2
3
4
5
Press EPG.
Press B to display the timer recording screen.
Press a/b to select a programme with a set
timer recording you want to change, and then
press OK.
Press c/d to select “Cancel” and then press
OK.
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press OK.
Watching TV
Buttons for teletext operations
Teletext
Buttons
What is Teletext?
Teletext broadcasts pages of information and
entertainment to specially equipped TV. Your TV
receives teletext signals broadcast by a TV network,
and decodes them into graphical format for viewing.
News, weather and sports information, stock
exchange prices and programme previews are among
the many services available.
Turning Teletext on/off
1
2
Select a TV channel or external source providing
a teletext programme.
Press m to display the Teletext.
• Many stations use the TOP operating system, while
some use FLOF (e.g. CNN). Your TV supports both
these systems. The pages are divided into topic
groups and topics. After switching on the teletext, up
to 2,000 pages are stored for fast access.
• Each time you press m, the screen switches as
shown below.
• Press m again to display the teletext on the right
screen and the normal image on the left screen.
• If you select a programme with no teletext signal, “No
Teletext available” displays.
• The same message displays during other modes if no
teletext signal is available.
Description
Pr/s
Increase or decrease the page number.
Colour (R/G/
Y/B)
Select a group or block of pages
displayed in the coloured brackets at the
bottom of the screen by pressing the
corresponding Colour (R/G/Y/B) on the
remote control unit.
0–9
Directly select any page from 100 to 899
by using the 0–9 numeric buttons.
v (Top/
Bottom/Full)
Switch the teletext image to Top, Bottom
or Full.
k (Reveal
hidden
Teletext)
Reveal or hide hidden information such
as an answer to a quiz.
3 (Freeze/
Hold)
Stop updating teletext pages
automatically or release the hold mode.
[ (Subtitle
for Teletext)
Display the subtitle or exit the subtitle
screen.
• Subtitles will not be displayed when
the service does not contain subtitle
information.
1 (Subpage)
Reveal or hide subpages.
• R button: Move to the previous
subpage.
• G button: Move to the following
subpage.
• These two buttons are shown on the
screen by the symbols “e” and “f”.
Using the MHEG-5 application (UK
only)
TELETEXT
Some services bring you programmes with the MHEG
application encoded, letting you experience DTV/SAT
interactively. When provided, the MHEG-5 application
will start when you press m.
Sample MHEG-5 screen
TELETEXT
NOTE
• Teletext will not work if the selected signal type is
RGB (Page 41).
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Connecting external devices
E Before connecting ...
• Be sure to turn off the TV and any devices before making any connections.
• Firmly connect a cable to a terminal or terminals.
• Carefully read the operation manual of each external device for possible connection types. This also helps you get the best
possible audiovisual quality to maximise the potential of the TV and the connected device.
• Refer to page 46 for connecting a PC to the AVC System.
Introduction to connections
The AVC System is equipped with the terminals as shown below. Find the cable corresponding the terminal and connect the device.
NOTE
• The cables illustrated in pages 22–25 are commercially available items.
Audio device (Page 25)
Optical audio cable
or
Audio cable
Component cable
Video recording device
(Pages 23 and 24)
Audio cable
Rear view
SCART cable
Game console or camcorder
(Pages 23 and 24)
or
AV cable*
or
S-video cable*
HDMI device (Page 23)
HDMI-certified cable
Front
view
DVI/HDMI cable
ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable
* When using an S-video cable, you also need to connect an audio cable (R/L).
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Connecting external devices
HDMI connection
Y
PB
PR
(CB)
(CR)
Component connection
Example of connectable devices
Example of connectable devices
E DVD player/recorder E Blu-ray player/recorder
E Game console
E VCR E DVD player/recorder
E Blu-ray player/recorder
The HDMI connections permit digital video and audio
transmission via a connection cable from a player/
recorder. The digital picture and sound data are
transmitted without data compression and therefore
lose none of their quality. Analogue/digital conversion
is no longer necessary in the connected devices,
which also would result in quality losses.
You will enjoy accurate colour reproduction and
high quality images through the EXT3 terminal when
connecting a DVD player/recorder or other device.
Component
cable
HDMI-certified
cable
ø 3.5 mm
stereo
minijack
cable
Audio cable
DVI/HDMI
cable
Y
PB
(CB)
PR
(CR)
COMPONENT
• When connecting a DVI/HDMI cable to the HDMI terminal, the
image may not come in clearly.
• Both HDMI and DVI use the same HDCP copy protection method.
E After connecting
HDMI Audio Select
After connecting, you must set the audio signal
compatible with the cable you use for the HDMI
device.
1 Go to “MENU” > “Option” > “HDMI Audio
Select”.
2 Select “Digital” for audio signals via the
HDMI terminal. Select “Analogue” for audio
signals via the AUDIO jack (HDMI1).
L
AUDIO
S-VIDEO/VIDEO connection
DVI/HDMI conversion
Using a DVI/HDMI cable, the digital video signals of
a DVD can also be played via the compatible HDMI
connection. The sound must be fed in additionally.
R
Example of connectable devices
E VCR E DVD player/recorder
E Blu-ray player/recorder
E Game console E Camcorder
You can use the EXT8 terminal when connecting to a
game console, camcorder, a DVD player/recorder or
other device.
or
S-video cable
AV cable
NOTE
• If a connected HDMI device is AQUOS LINK compatible, you
can take advantage of versatile functions (Pages 27–29).
• Video noise may occur depending on the type of HDMI cable used.
Make sure to use a certified HDMI cable.
• When playing the HDMI image, the best possible format for the
picture will be detected and set automatically.
or
Supported video signal:
576i, 576p, 480i, 480p, 1080i, 720p, 1080p
See page 49 for PC signal compatibility.
NOTE
• When using an S-video cable, you also need to connect an
audio cable (R/L).
• EXT8: The S-VIDEO terminal has priority over the VIDEO terminal.
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Connecting external devices
SCART connection
Example of connectable devices
Example of connectable devices
E Decoder
E VCR E DVD player/recorder
E When using the EXT2 (SCART) terminal
If your VCR supports TV-VCR advanced AV Link
systems, you can connect the VCR using a fully wired
SCART cable.
SCART cable
SCART cable
Decoder
VCR
SCART cable
Decoder
NOTE
• In cases when the decoder needs to receive a signal from the TV, make sure to select the appropriate input terminal to which
the decoder is connected in “Manual Adjust” in the “Analogue Setting” menu (Page 36).
• TV-VCR advanced AV Link systems may not be compatible with some external sources.
• You cannot connect the VCR with decoder using a fully wired SCART cable when selecting “Y/C” under “EXT2” in the “Input
Select” menu.
Controlling devices with SCART using AV Link
This TV incorporates four typical AV Link functions for smooth connections between the AVC System and other
audiovisual equipment.
One Touch Play
While the TV is in standby mode, it automatically turns on and plays back the image from the audiovisual source
(e.g. VCR, DVD player/recorder).
TV Standby
When the TV enters standby mode, the connected audiovisual equipment (e.g. VCR, DVD player/recorder) enters
standby mode as well.
WYSIWYR
When the remote control unit of the connected VCR has the WYSIWYR button, you can automatically start
recording by pressing the WYSIWYR button.
Preset Download
Automatically transfers the channel preset information from the AVC System to the one on the connected
audiovisual equipment (e.g. VCR) via the EXT2 terminal.
NOTE
• Refer to the operation manuals of external equipment for details.
• The AV Link function works only when audiovisual equipment is connected to the EXT2 terminal with a fully wired SCART cable.
• The use of the AV Link function is only possible if the TV has enforced a complete auto installation with the connected
audiovisual equipment (Pages 11–15, Initial auto installation).
The availability of the AV Link function depends on the audiovisual equipment used. Depending on the manufacturer and type
of equipment used, it is possible that the described functions may be completely or partially unusable.
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Connecting external devices
Speaker/amplifier connection
Connect an amplifier with external speakers as shown below.
E Connecting an amplifier with digital audio
input
Optical audio cable
E Connecting an amplifier with analogue
audio input
Audio cable
R
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
Amplifier with
digital audio input
L
AUX OUT
R
L
AUX1 IN
Amplifier with
analogue audio input
E After connecting
Digital audio output setting
After connecting an amplifier with digital audio
input and external speakers as shown, you should
set an audio output format compatible with
the programme you are watching or the device
connected.
Go to “MENU” > “Option” > “Digital Audio
Output” > select “PCM” or “Dolby Digital”.
NOTE
• When you set this to “Dolby Digital”, and you receive
the Dolby Digital or Dolby Digital Plus audio formats,
Dolby Digital audio is output. Otherwise, PCM audio
is output. When you set this to “PCM”, PCM audio is
output no matter what audio formats you receive.
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Connecting external devices
Inserting a CA Card
In order to receive coded digital stations, a Common
Interface Module (CI Module) and a CA Card must be
inserted in the CI slot of the AVC System (See below).
The CI Module and the CA Card are not supplied
accessories. They are usually available from your
dealers.
Checking CI Module information
NOTE
• Make sure that the CI Module is properly inserted.
• This menu is only available for digital stations.
1
2
3
Inserting the CA Card into the CI Module
1
With the side with the gold coloured contact
chip facing the side of the CI Module marked
with the provider’s logo, push the CA Card
into the CI Module as far as it will go. Note the
direction of the arrow printed on the CA Card.
Press MENU and the “MENU” screen displays.
Press c/d to select “Digital Setup”.
Press a/b to select “CI Menu”, and then press
OK.
• The content of this menu depends on the provider of
the CI Module.
E Module
General information on CI Module displays.
E Menu
Adjustment parameters of each CA Card displays.
E Enquiry
You can input numerical values such as passwords
here.
NOTE
• The content of each screen depends on the provider of
the CI Module.
Inserting the CI Module in the CI slot
2
Carefully insert the CI Module in the CI slot
with the contact side forward. The logo on the
CI Module must be facing upward. Do not use
excessive force. Make sure the module is not
bent in the process.
Removing the CI Module
1
2
Remove the CI slot cover.
Press the EJECT
button to pop out
the CI module
from the CI slot.
Selecting CI slot
The AVC System has two CI slots. You should select
which CI slot is used for each broadcast standard.
1 Press MENU and the “MENU” screen displays.
2 Press c/d to select “Digital Setup”.
3 Press a/b to select “CI Select”, and then press
OK.
4 Press a/b to select the broadcast standard
(DTV or SAT1, etc), and then press OK.
DTV
SAT1
SAT2
SAT3
SAT4
5
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CI 1
CI 2
Press c/d to select “CI 1” or “CI 2”, and then
press OK.
AQUOS LINK
Controlling HDMI devices using AQUOS LINK
What is AQUOS LINK?
Using the HDMI CEC protocol, with AQUOS LINK you can interactively operate
compatible system devices (AV amplifier, DVD player/recorder, Blu-ray player/recorder)
using a single remote control unit.
NOTE
• AQUOS LINK-compatible AQUOS AUDIO speaker system and AQUOS Recorder are scheduled
to be on sale after the release of this TV (as of October 2008).
What you can do with AQUOS LINK
✔ One Touch Recording (DTV/SAT only)
You do not have to search for the remote control unit of your recording device. Press the
REC E or REC STOP H buttons inside the flip cover to start/stop recording what you
see on the recorder.
✔ One Touch Play
When the TV is in standby mode, it will automatically turn on and play back the image
from the HDMI source.
✔ Single remote control operation
AQUOS LINK automatically recognises the connected HDMI devices and you can
control the TV and the devices as if using a universal remote control unit.
✔ Operating Title list of external devices
In addition to displaying the TV’s own Timer list (Page 19), you can also call up the
external player’s Top menu or AQUOS BD Player’s/AQUOS Recorder’s Title list provided
that the devices support AQUOS LINK.
✔ Multiple control of HDMI devices
You can select which HDMI device to operate using the OPTION button.
NOTE
• When you use AQUOS LINK, make sure to use a certified HDMI cable.
• Point the remote control unit toward the Display, not to the connected HDMI device.
• Video noise may occur depending on the type of HDMI cable used. Make sure to use a certified
HDMI cable.
• Up to three HDMI recording devices, one AV amplifier and two players can be connected using
this system.
• These operations affect the HDMI device selected as the current external source. If the device
does not operate, turn on the device and select the appropriate external source using b.
• When you insert/remove HDMI cables or change connections, turn on all connected HDMI
devices before turning on the TV. Confirm that picture and audio are correctly output by selecting
“HDMI1”, “HDMI2” or “HDMI3” from the “INPUT SOURCE” menu.
AQUOS LINK connection
First connect the AQUOS AUDIO speaker system or an AQUOS BD Player/AQUOS Recorder that supports the
HDMI CEC protocol.
NOTE
• Refer to the operation manual of the device to be connected for further details.
• After unplugging connection cables or changing the connection pattern, turn on the main power of the Display after all relevant
devices’ power have been turned on. Change the external input source by pressing b, select the appropriate external
source and verify the audiovisual output.
• The cables illustrated in the following explanation are commercially available items.
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AQUOS LINK
Connecting an AQUOS BD Player/AQUOS Recorder via
the AQUOS AUDIO speaker system
Connecting an AQUOS BD
Player/AQUOS Recorder only
Optical
audio
cable
HDMI-certified
cable
HDMI-certified cable
HDMI-certified cable
AQUOS BD Player/
AQUOS Recorder
AQUOS AUDIO
speaker system
AQUOS BD Player/
AQUOS Recorder
AQUOS LINK Setup
AQUOS LINK Control
Set to “On” to enable AQUOS LINK functions.
1 Press MENU and the “MENU” screen displays.
2 Press c/d to select “Option”.
3 Press a/b to select “AQUOS LINK Setup”, and
then press OK.
4 Press a/b to select “AQUOS LINK Control”,
and then press OK.
5 Press c/d to select “On”, and then press OK.
Auto Power On
If this is activated, the One Touch Play function
is enabled. While the TV is in standby mode, it
automatically turns on and plays back the image from
the HDMI source.
1 Repeat steps 1 to 3 in AQUOS LINK Control.
2 Press a/b to select “Auto Power On”, and then
press OK.
3 Press c/d to select “On”, and then press OK.
NOTE
• The factory default for this item is “Off”.
Selecting Recorder
Here, you can select a recorder for the recording from
several connected recorders.
1 Repeat steps 1 to 3 in AQUOS LINK Control.
2 Press a/b to select “Selecting Recorder”, and
then press OK.
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3
Select the recorder, and then press OK.
NOTE
• If you have connected the AQUOS AUDIO speaker system
between the AVC System and an AQUOS Recorder, the
external source’s indication changes (e.g. from “HDMI1” to
“HDMI1 (Sub)”).
Selecting Channel Key
This function allows you to select the channel of the
connected HDMI device using the TV’s remote control
unit.
1 Repeat steps 1 to 3 in AQUOS LINK Control.
2 Press a/b to select “Selecting Channel Key”,
and then press OK.
3 Press a/b to select the input source of the
connected HDMI device you want to control
using the TV’s remote control unit, and then
press OK.
4 Press c/d to select “On”, and then press OK.
Using Genre Info.
This function allows you to automatically switch to
the appropriate sound mode depending on the genre
information included the digital broadcast.
1 Repeat steps 1 to 3 in AQUOS LINK Control.
2 Press a/b to select “Using Genre Info.”, and
then press OK.
3 Press c/d to select “On”, and then press OK.
AQUOS LINK
Operating an AQUOS LINK device
AQUOS LINK allows you to operate the HDMIconnected device with a single remote control unit.
1 Open the remote control unit’s flip cover.
2 Press PLAY I to start playback of a title.
• See the right column, section “Playback of titles
using AQUOS LINK” if you want to start playback
using the list of the titles of the AQUOS BD Player/
AQUOS Recorder.
3
Press FWD J to fast forward.
Press REV G to reverse.
Press STOP H to stop.
Press B to turn the HDMI-connected device on/off.
Listening with the AQUOS AUDIO speaker system
You can choose to listen to the TV sound only from the
AQUOS AUDIO speaker system.
1 Open the remote control unit’s flip cover, and
then press OPTION.
AQUOS LINK Menu
1
2
NOTE
• If a connected device does not have this function or the
device is in a status where the menu cannot be displayed
(recording, entering standby, etc.), this function may not be
available.
Playback of titles using AQUOS LINK
This section explains how to play back a title in the
AQUOS BD Player/AQUOS Recorder.
1 Open the remote control unit’s flip cover, and
then press OPTION.
2 Press a/b to select “Top Menu/Title List”, and
then press OK.
• The linked recorder now powers on and the TV
automatically selects the appropriate external input
source.
• The title list data from the connected AQUOS BD
Player/AQUOS Recorder displays.
3
Recorder EPG
Top Menu/Title List
Media change
By AQUOS AUDIO SP
By AQUOS SP
Sound mode change
Setup Menu
Model select
2
Press a/b to select “By AQUOS AUDIO SP”,
and then press OK.
• The sound from the TV speaker and headphone
terminal is silenced and only the sound from the
AQUOS AUDIO speaker system is audible.
Listening with the AQUOS TV speaker system
You can choose to listen to the TV sound only from the
AQUOS TV speaker system.
1 Open the remote control unit’s flip cover, and
then press OPTION.
2 Press a/b to select “By AQUOS SP”, and then
press OK.
Manually changing the AQUOS AUDIO
speaker system’s sound mode
1
2
3
Open the remote control unit’s flip cover, and
then press OPTION.
Press a/b to select “Sound mode change”.
The sound mode changes every time you press OK.
• Refer to the operation manual of the AQUOS AUDIO
speaker system for details.
Calling up the menu of an external device
connected with the TV via HDMI
You can call up the menu of an HDMI CEC-compatible
external device (player, recorder, decoder, etc.) using
the “Setup Menu” function.
Open the remote control unit’s flip cover, and
then press OPTION.
Press a/b to select “Setup Menu”, and then
press OK.
Select the title with a/b/c/d, and then press
PLAY I.
Selecting media type for CEC-compatible
recorder
If your recorder has multiple storage media, select the
media type here.
1 Open the remote control unit’s flip cover, and
then press OPTION.
2 Press a/b to select “Media change”, and then
press OK.
3 Select the desired medium, such as DVD
recorder or HDD. The media type changes every
time you press OK.
HDMI device selection
If multiple HDMI devices are connected in a daisy
chain, you can specify which device to control here.
1 Open the remote control unit’s flip cover, and
then press OPTION.
2 Press a/b to select “Model select”, and then
press OK. The HDMI device changes every time
you press OK.
Recording via the AQUOS Recorder EPG
(only for recorders)
You can call up the CEC-compatible recorder’s EPG
and preset timer recordings using the TV’s remote
control unit.
1 Open the remote control unit’s flip cover, and
then press OPTION.
2 Press a/b to select “Recorder EPG”, and then
press OK.
• The external input source switches and the recorder’s
EPG is displayed.
3
Select the programme to record.
• Refer to the operation manual of the recorder for details.
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Menu operation
What is the MENU?
• You need to call up the OSD to perform settings for the TV. The OSD for the settings is called “MENU”.
• The “MENU” enables various settings and adjustments.
• The “MENU” can be operated with the remote control unit.
Common operations
1
Display the MENU
screen
2
Select an item
Press a/b/c/d to select/adjust the
desired menu, and adjust the item to
the desired level, and then press OK.
Press MENU and the “MENU”
screen displays.
Picture
Press 6 to return to the previous
“MENU” page.
DYNAMIC
OPC
[Off]
Backlight
[+14]
–16
+16
Contrast
[+30]
0
+40
Brightness
[0]
–30
+30
Colour
[0]
–30
+30
Tint
[0]
–30
+30
Sharpness
[0]
–10
+10
E Selecting in the MENU
Advanced
Reset
ECO
Energy Save
[Off]
No Signal Off
[Disable]
No Operation Off
[Disable]
Sleep Timer
3
E Selecting options
Exit the MENU
screen
The operation will exit the “MENU”
screen if you press END before it is
completed.
Yes
No
NOTE
• “MENU” options differ in the selected input modes, but the operating procedures are the same.
• The screens in the operation manual are for explanation purposes (some are enlarged, others cropped) and may vary slightly from the actual screens.
• Items with 4 cannot be selected for various reasons.
Operation without a remote control unit
This function is useful when there is no remote control
unit within your reach.
1 Press MENU and the “MENU”
screen displays.
2 Press Pr/s instead of a/b
or ik/l instead of c/d to
select the item.
3 Press b to complete the setting.
NOTE
• The “MENU” screen will disappear if left unattended for several
seconds.
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About the Guide Display
The Guide Display at the bottom of the screen shows
operations with the OSD.
: Select
OK
: Enter
6
: Back
MENU
: End
The bar above is an operational guide for the remote
control unit. The bar will change in accordance with
each menu setting screen.
Basic adjustment
Picture Settings
Picture
Advanced
Picture
DYNAMIC
OPC
[Off]
Backlight
[+14]
–16
+16
Contrast
[+30]
0
+40
Brightness
[0]
–30
+30
Colour
[0]
+30
–30
This TV provides various advanced functions for optimising
the picture quality.
Y [
0] f30
e30
G [
0] f30
e30
100Hz
C [
0] f30
e30
Tint
[0]
–30
+30
Film Mode
B [
0] f30
e30
Sharpness
[0]
–10
+10
Active Contrast
M [
0] f30
e30
Advanced
Gamma setup
Reset
DNR
3D-Y/C
Monochrome
Picture
Range of OPC
OPC
C.M.S.-Hue
Automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen.
This function adjusts the hue of a selected colour using a sixcolour adjustment system.
Item
Off: The brightness is fixed at the value set in “Backlight”.
On: Automatically adjusts.
On:Display: Displays the OPC effect on the screen while
adjusting the brightness of the screen.
C.M.S.-Saturation
This function increases or decreases the saturation of a
selected colour using a six-colour adjustment system.
Colour space
NOTE
• When set to “On”, the TV senses the surrounding light and
automatically adjusts the backlight brightness. Make sure
no object obstructs the OPC sensor, which could affect its
ability to sense surrounding light.
Picture
You can select the range of colour for reproducing colour
combinations.
Item
Standard: Reproduces standard colour.
Advanced: Reproduces brighter colour, taking advantage of the
backlight.
Picture adjustments
Colour Temp.
Adjusts the picture to your preference with the
following picture settings.
Item
Adjustment items
Selectable
items
c button
Adjusts the colour temperature to give the best white image.
d button
Backlight
The screen dims
The screen brightens
Contrast
For less contrast
For more contrast
Brightness
For less brightness
For more brightness
Colour
For less colour
intensity
For more colour
intensity
Tint
Skin tones become
purplish
Skin tones become
greenish
Sharpness
For less sharpness
For more sharpness
High: White with bluish tone.
Mid-High: Intermediate tone between “High” and “Middle”.
Middle: Natural tone.
Mid-Low: Intermediate tone between “Middle” and “Low”.
Low: White with reddish tone.
R Gain/G Gain/B Gain: Adjusts the white balance by changing
the value of “R Gain”, “G Gain” or “B Gain”.
100Hz
“100Hz” technology provides superior solutions for digital
display picture quality removing motion blur.
NOTE
• This effect is greater on fast moving images.
• “100 Hz” will have no effect in the following cases;
1) The type of signal received is a PC signal.
2) An OSD is being displayed.
3) Teletext is activated.
• If images appear blurred, set the “100Hz” to “Off”.
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Basic adjustment
AV MODE
Film Mode
Automatically detects a film-based source (originally encoded
at 24 or 25 frames per second, depending on the vertical
frequency), analyses it and then recreates each still film frame
for high-definition picture quality.
Active Contrast
Automatically adjusts the contrast of an image according to
the scene.
“AV MODE” gives you several viewing options to
choose from to best match the system environment,
which can vary due to factors like room-brightness,
type of programme watched or the type of image input
from external equipment.
1 Press AV MODE.
2 Each time you press AV MODE, the mode
changes.
• You can also switch the mode on the “Picture” and
“Audio” menu screen by pressing AV MODE.
Gamma setup
Select the tone difference of the brightness and darkness of
the picture according to the type of programme watched from
the four items (“Mode1”, “Mode2”, “Mode3” or “Mode4”).
NOTE
• When “AV MODE” is set to “x.v.Colour” or “PC”, you can not
change the gamma selection.
DNR
“DNR” produces a clearer image (“Off”, “High”, “Middle”,
“Low”).
3D-Y/C
Provides high quality images with minimal dot crawl and cross
colour noise by detecting changes in the image.
Item
Standard: Normal adjustment.
Fast: Sets the optimum image quality for fast-moving
images.
Slow: Sets the optimum image quality for slow-moving
images.
NOTE
• “3D-Y/C” may not operate depending on the input signal type or
when the input signal is noisy.
• “3D-Y/C” has even more effect on composite video signals (CVBS).
Item
STANDARD: For a highly defined image in a normally
bright room.
MOVIE: For viewing a movie in a darkened room.
MOVIE (Living room): For viewing a movie such as CG
animation with dynamic picture quality.
GAME: For playing of video games.
PC*: For PC.
x.v.Colour**: Produce realistic colour on the TV screen
unlike any other signal.
USER: Allows you to customise settings as desired. You
can set the mode for each input source.
DYNAMIC (Fixed): For a clear-cut image emphasising
high contrast for sports viewing (The “Picture” and
“Audio” settings cannot be adjusted).
DYNAMIC: For a clear-cut image emphasising high
contrast for sports viewing.
NOTE
• The item marked with * is available only when selecting
“HDMI1”, “HDMI2”, “HDMI3” or “EXT4” from the “INPUT
SOURCE” menu.
• The item marked with ** is available only when accepting
an “x.v.Colour” signal through an HDMI terminal.
Audio Settings
Audio
Monochrome
For viewing a video in black & white.
Range of OPC
The brightness level range of the OPC sensor’s automatic
adjustments can be set according to your preferences.
The adjustment range of the OPC sensor can be set to a
maximum of e16 and a minimum of f16.
Selectable
items
DYNAMIC
Treble
[ 0]
–15
+15
Bass
[ 0]
–15
+15
Balance
[ 0]
L
R
Surround
[Off]
Sound Mode
[Mode4]
Reset
Description
Max.
f16 through e16
Audio
Min.
f16 through e16
Audio adjustment
NOTE
• This function is available only when the “OPC” setting is set to “On”
or “On:Display”.
• The maximum setting cannot be set to a smaller number than the
minimum setting.
• The minimum setting cannot be set to a bigger number than the
maximum setting.
• The maximum and minimum settings cannot be set to the same
number.
• Depending on the brightness of the surrounding light, the OPC
sensor might not operate if the adjustment range is small.
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You can adjust the sound quality to your preference
with the following settings.
Selectable
items
c button
d button
Treble
For weaker treble
For stronger treble
Bass
For weaker bass
For stronger bass
Balance
Decrease audio from
the right speaker
Decrease audio from
the left speaker
Basic adjustment
EXAMPLE
Audio
Picture
Surround
DYNAMIC
This function allows you to enjoy realistic live sound.
OPC
[On]
Backlight
Audio
Sound Mode
This function allows you to select the sound mode
depending on the type of programme watched.
Item
Mode1: For viewing movie and documentary
programmes.
Mode2: For viewing music and sports programmes.
Mode3: For viewing news and variety programmes.
Mode4: Normal viewing mode.
[+14]
Contrast
[+30]
Brightness
[0]
–16
+16
0
+40
–30
+30
• When “OPC” is set to “On” or “On:Display”, an “Energy
Save” status icon appears to the left of “OPC” in the
“Picture” menu.
• When “OPC” is set to “Off”, an “Energy Save” status icon
appears to the left of “Backlight” in the “Picture” menu.
EXAMPLE
BBC1
ATV
01
PAL
I
NICAM
STEREO
Subtitle : Teletext Off
New Information
Power Save Settings
ECO
Energy Save
[
ECO
Standard]
No Signal Off
[Disable]
No Operation Off
[Disable]
No Signal Off
When set to “Enable”, the TV will automatically enter
standby mode if there is no signal input for 15 minutes.
Sleep Timer
ECO
• Five minutes before the TV enters standby mode, the
remaining time displays every minute.
Energy Save
NOTE
This function enables you to automatically reduce the
backlight brightness in order to decrease the power
consumption and increase the backlight life span.
• Even if a TV programme finishes, this function may not
operate because of interference from other TV stations or
other signals.
ECO
Item
Standard: Reduces the backlight brightness by 20%.
Advanced: Reduces the backlight brightness by 30%.
Off: The backlight brightness is the same value of your
settings in the selected “AV MODE”.
NOTE
• This function does not work when “AV MODE” is set to
“DYNAMIC (Fixed)”.
No Operation Off
The TV will automatically enter standby mode if no
operations are performed during the time span you set
(“30min.” or “3hr.”).
• Five minutes before the TV enters standby mode, the
remaining time displays every minute.
ECO
E “Energy Save” status icons
Icon
Sleep Timer
Description
“Energy Save” is set to “Standard”.
Allows you to set a time when the TV automatically
enters standby mode.
“Energy Save” is set to “Advanced”.
NOTE
When “Energy Save” is set to “Standard” or
“Advanced”, “Energy Save” status icons appear in the
“Picture” menu and channel information windows as
shown in the right column.
• Select “Off” to cancel the sleep timer.
• When the time has been set, countdown automatically
starts.
• Five minutes before the preset of time expires, the
remaining time displays each minute.
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Basic adjustment
Channel Settings
Programme Setup
Auto Installation
Setup
Programme Setup
Setup
Auto Installation
The TV automatically detects and stores all available
services in your area. This function also allows you to
perform the channel setting for digital, satellite and
analogue individually and reconfigure the settings after
the initial auto installation has been completed.
1 Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press OK.
2 Press a/b/c/d to select the desired
language, and then press OK.
• You cannot set the Home/Store setting and the country
setting in “Auto Installation” in the “Setup” menu. If you want
to reconfigure those settings, automatically execute initial auto
installation after executing “Reset” from the “Setup” menu.
• The current country setting is displayed on the screen.
3
Press a/b to select the broadcast standard
you want to search, and then press OK.
E Digital Search
After selecting the service you want to search,
either “Terrestrial” or “Cable”, refer to “Digital
Search” setting on pages 11–13.
NOTE
• The “Digital Search” has a “Reset” function. This function
allows you to reset all setting values.
E Analogue Search
The TV searches for, sorts and stores all the
receivable TV stations. Refer to “Analogue
Search” setting on page 13.
You can reconfigure each service setting automatically
or manually.
Press a/b to select the broadcast standard
you want to reconfigure, and then press OK.
Digital Setting
Satellite Setting
Analogue Setting
Digital Setting
E Additional Search
Use this menu to add new services automatically after
auto installation has been completed.
E Manual Search
Add new services within a specified frequency band.
• Enter the frequency using the 0–9 numeric buttons.
• You can perform “Manual Search” with a service number
only when the five Nordic countries have been selected in
the country setting.
E Manual Adjust
Configure various settings for each service using the
Colour (R, G, B) buttons.
Service
No.
E Satellite Search
After selecting “Satellite Search”, the current
DVB-S setting screen is displayed. Refer to the
“Satellite Search” setting on pages 14–15.
• After selecting “Next” in the DVB-S setting screen, you
need to select your preferred satellite broadcast to start
searching.
• The “Satellite Search” has a “Reset” function. This allows
you to reset all setting values.
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DTV
993
SIT 3
DTV
994
SIT 2
DTV
995
SIT 1
DTV
999
R
NOTE
1
2
Service
Name
: Lock
Lock
CH
Skip
Old
LCN
✔
✔
HD Monosco
G
: CH Skip
B
: Sort
Press a/b to select the desired service.
Press the colour button on the remote control
unit corresponding with the item you want to
reconfigure.
• The ✔ mark indicates the operation is set to on. Each
time the colour button is pressed, you can switch the
corresponding operation on/off.
Basic adjustment
Buttons for Manual Adjust operation
Lock: Press R button.
When the service is locked, you must enter your PIN
whenever you tune to the service.
Satellite Setting
Before selecting the type of search in “Satellite
Setting”, you need to select the satellite broadcast.
CH Skip: Press G button.
Services with a ✔ mark are passed over when pressing
Pr/s on the Display or remote control unit.
SAT1 [ASTRA 1]
Sort: Press B button.
SAT2 [Hot Bird 13E]
The item position of services can be sorted.
1 Press a/b to select the service whose item
position you want to move, and then press OK.
4 SAT3 [None]
SAT4 [Turksat]
DTV
994
SIT 2
DTV
995
SIT 1
✔
✔
2 Press a/b to move it to the desired position,
and then press OK.
DTV
994
SIT 1
DTV
995
SIT 2
✔
✔
3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 until all desired service
items are sorted.
Cable Setting
E Additional Search
Use this menu to add new services automatically after
auto installation has been completed. Follow steps 1
to 6 in the right column on page 14.
E Manual Search
Add new services within a specified frequency band.
After setting the items on the following screen, select
“Yes” from “Search start” menu.
Band
E Additional Search
Frequency
Use this menu to add new services automatically after
auto installation has been completed. Follow steps 1
to 5 in the right column on page 12.
Symbol rate
[Vert/Low]
[9944]
[27500]
Search start
Horiz/Low
E Manual Search
Horiz/High
Add new services within a specified frequency band.
After setting the items on the following screen, the TV
starts searching.
• Refer to the table about menu items in the left column on
page 13.
Frequency
[47.0]
Symbol rate
[6900]
QAM Modulation
[64]
Vert/Low
Vert/High
47.0
E Manual Adjust
This function is the same as in “Digital Setting”. Refer
to “Manual Adjust” in “Digital Setting”.
MHz
Search start
E Manual Adjust
This function is the same as in “Digital Setting”. Refer
to “Manual Adjust” in “Digital Setting”.
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Basic adjustment
Analogue Setting
You can reconfigure the analogue TV channels settings
automatically or manually.
E Additional Search
Use this menu to add new channels automatically after
auto installation has been made.
Skip
Channels with “Skip” set to “On” are passed over
when using Pr/s even if selected while watching
the image from the TV.
Decoder
When connecting a decoder to the AVC System, you
need to select “EXT1” or “EXT2”.
• Start searching channels after selecting the colour system.
E Manual Adjust
Use this menu to set up analogue TV channels
manually.
After selecting “Yes” on the screen, press a/b/
c/d to select the channel you want to set and
then press OK.
Fine
You can adjust the frequency to the desired position.
NOTE
• Adjust while checking the background picture as a
reference.
• Instead of pressing c/d to adjust the frequency, you
can set by directly entering the frequency number of the
channel with 0–9 numeric buttons.
EXAMPLE
• 179.25 MHz: Press 1 s 7 s 9 s 2 s 5.
• 49.25 MHz: Press 4 s 9 s 2 s 5 s OK.
Colour sys.
Select the optimum colour system to receive (“Auto”,
“PAL”, “SECAM (L/L’)”).
Sound sys. (Broadcasting systems)
Select the optimum sound systems (Broadcasting
systems) to receive (“B/G”, “D/K”, “I”, “L/L’”).
Label
When a TV channel sends its Network Name, the
“Auto Installation” detects the information and assigns
a name to it. However, you can change channel names
individually.
1 Press a/b/c/d to select each character of the
new name for the channel, and then press OK.
2 Repeat step 1 above until the name is fully spelt
out.
NOTE
• The name can be five characters or less.
• If a channel name is less than five characters, select “END”
to set the channel name.
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NOTE
• The factory preset value is “Off”.
Lock
You can block the viewing of any channel.
NOTE
• See “Child Lock” for setting a PIN.
• When “Lock” is set to “On” for a channel, “Child lock has
been activated” displays, and the image and sound of the
channel are blocked.
• When pressing 6 while “Child lock has been activated”
displays, the PIN input window will display. Inputting the
correct PIN unlocks the “Child Lock” temporarily until the
power is turned off.
E Sort
Channel positions can be sorted freely.
1 Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press OK.
2 Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you want
to move, and then press OK.
3 Press a/b/c/d to move it to the desired
position, and then press OK.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all desired channels
are sorted.
E Erase Programme
Channels can be erased individually.
1 Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press OK.
2 Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you want
to erase, and then press OK.
• A message window pops up.
3
4
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
OK to erase the selected channel. All the
subsequent channels move up.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all desired channels
are erased.
Basic adjustment
Password/Parental lock settings
Setup
Language Settings (language,
subtitle, multi audio)
Setup
Child Lock
Allows you to use a PIN to protect certain settings
from being accidentally changed.
Change PIN
Register a four-digit password number to use the
“Child Lock” function.
1 Enter the four-digit number as a PIN using 0–9
numeric buttons.
2 Enter the same four-digit number as in step 1 to
confirm.
Language
You can select a OSD language from the “Setup”
menu. Select from among 23 languages (Czech,
Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French,
German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian,
Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak,
Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian).
Digital Setup
Subtitle
• “The system PIN has been changed successfully” displays.
NOTE
• To view a locked channel, you must enter the PIN (See pages 35
and 36 for locking channels from viewing in DTV, SAT and ATV
mode). When you select a locked channel, a PIN prompt message
pops up. Press 6 to display the PIN input window.
Cancel PIN
Allows you to reset your PIN.
NOTE
• As a precautionary measure, make a note of your PIN on the
back of this operation manual, cut it out and keep it in a safe
place that children cannot reach.
Parental rating
This function allows DTV services to be restricted.
It prevents children from watching violent or sexual
scenes that may be harmful.
NOTE
• “Universal viewing” and “Parental approval pref.” are ratings used
exclusively in France.
• Refer to page 59 for details about ratings.
Set up to two preferred subtitle languages (including
subtitles for the hearing impaired) to display if subtitles
are available.
Selectable items
E 1st Language E 2nd Language
E For hearing impaired
E Switching subtitle languages
Each time you press [ on the remote control unit, the
subtitle switches.
Off
1st Language
••••••
2nd Language
E Set “For hearing impaired” to “Yes”
Subtitles for the hearing impaired have priority over
each of the subtitle language settings (Example: “1st
Language”, “2nd Language”, etc.).
EXAMPLE
1st Language
(For hearing impaired)
1st Language
NOTE
• Subtitles will not be displayed when the service does not contain
subtitle information.
Option
Digital Audio Language
Set up to three preferred multi audio languages to
display if the audio languages are available.
E Switching the multi audio languages
Each time you press 2 on the remote control unit,
the audio language switches.
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Useful Viewing functions
Selecting the picture size
Selecting the WSS picture size
automatically
Selecting the picture size manually
You can select the picture size. Selectable picture size
varies with the type of signal received.
Item (for SD [Standard-Definition] signals)
Setup
WSS
The “WSS” allows the TV to switch automatically
among the different picture size.
NOTE
• Use “WIDE MODE” if an image does not switch to the
appropriate picture size. When the broadcast signal
contains no “WSS” information, the function will not work
even if enabled.
Normal: Keeps the original aspect ratio in a full screen
display.
Zoom 14:9: For 14:9 letterbox pictures. A thin side bar
appears on each side, and you may also see bars on
the top and bottom with some programmes.
Panorama: In this mode, the picture is stretched toward
each side of the screen. The picture may appear similar
to “Full” depending on broadcast signals.
Full: For 16:9 squeeze pictures.
Cinema 16:9: For 16:9 letterbox pictures. Bars may
appear on the top and bottom with some programmes.
Cinema 14:9: For 14:9 letterbox pictures. Bars may
appear on the top and bottom with some programmes.
Selecting the WSS picture size
manually
Setup
4:3 Mode
The “WSS” signal has 4:3 auto-switching that allows
you to select between “Normal” and “Panorama”.
Item (for HD [High-Definition] signals)
Full: Displays with an Overscan image. Crops all sides of
screen.
Underscan: Displays with an Underscan image only
when receiving a 720p signal. Displays with the HighDefinition image adjusted optimally. Noise may appear
on the edge of the screen with some programmes.
Dot by Dot: Displays an image with the same number
of pixels on the screen when receiving 1080i/1080p
signals only.
Item
Normal: Normal range keeping 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio.
Panorama: Wide image without side bars.
WSS signal 4:3 screen
4:3 mode “Normal”
NOTE
• Some items do not appear depending on the type of
received signal.
1
Press f.
• The “WIDE MODE” menu displays.
• The menu lists the “WIDE MODE” options selectable
for the type of video signal currently received.
4:3 mode “Panorama”
2
Press f or a/b while the “WIDE MODE”
menu displays on the screen.
• As you toggle the options, each is immediately
reflected on the screen. There is no need to press OK.
Basically, if you set “WSS” to “On” in the “Setup”
menu, the optimum “WIDE MODE” is automatically
chosen for every broadcast, VCR or DVD player/
recorder.
NOTE
• Even if you select your desired “WIDE MODE” manually,
the TV may automatically switch to the optimum “WIDE
MODE” depending on the signal received when “WSS” is
set to “On”.
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Useful Viewing functions
Selecting the recording picture
size manually
Automatic volume adjustment
Option
Digital Setup
Auto Volume
REC Picture Size
You can use this menu to set the appropriate picture
size for viewing a 16:9 format TV programme on a 4:3
TV.
Different sound sources sometimes do not have the
same volume level, such as a programme and its
commercial breaks. The Automatic Volume Control
(Auto Volume) reduces this problem by equalizing
levels.
Outputting audio only
Option
Audio Only
When listening to music from a music programme, you
can set the TV off and enjoy audio only.
Item
Setting to “4:3 TV”
Setting to “16:9 TV”
Off: Both screen images and audio are output.
On: Audio is output without a screen image.
NOTE
• This function must be set before recording.
Selecting the HDMI picture size
automatically
Setup
HDMI Auto View
This function allows you to automatically change to the
appropriate picture size when viewing an HDMI signal
using the HDMI1, 2 and 3 terminals.
Other picture and audio settings
Adjusting image position
Setup
Position
For adjusting a picture’s horizontal and vertical
position.
Item
H-Pos.: Centres the image by moving it to the left or
right.
V-Pos.: Centres the image by moving it up or down.
NOTE
• Adjustments are stored separately for each input source.
• Depending on the input signal type or “WIDE MODE”
setting, a position setting may not be available.
• This function is not available for DTV/SAT broadcasts with
MHEG signals.
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Useful Viewing functions
Time and Title display
Display Settings
Channel display
Option
Time Display
You can display the channel information by pressing
p on the remote control unit.
DTV Mode
ATV Mode
DTV
TV
001
Audio (ENG) : STEREO
Dolby Digital Plus
Video : 1080i
Subtitle : ENG 1/3
New Information
Time Display
BBC1
BBC2
ATV
01
PAL
I
NICAM
STEREO
Subtitle : Teletext Off
New Information
SAT Mode
This function allows you to display the clock time in the
lower-right corner of the screen.
Item
On: Displays the clock time.
On (half-hourly): Displays the clock time in 30-minute
increments.
Off: Hides the clock time.
BBC2
SAT1
TV
0001
Audio (ENG) : STEREO
Video : 1080i
Subtitle : ENG 1/3
New Information
Time Format
You can select the time format (either “24HR” or “AM/
PM”) for the clock time.
Option
* Four digit numbers (e.g. 0001) are displayed after
selecting the five Nordic countries in the country
setting.
E Time display in channel information
You can display the time information included in DTV/
SAT and teletext broadcasts.
NOTE
• Skip step 1 if receiving DTV/SAT broadcasts.
1
2
3
4
Select a TV channel (The time information is
automatically captured).
Press p. The channel display will appear on
the screen.
Press p again within the several seconds
that the channel display is on the screen. Time
information will be shown in the lower-right
corner of the screen for several seconds.
Even when you change the TV channel, you can
display the time information with steps 2 and 3
above.
NOTE
• If acquired successfully, the time information will appear in
the upper-right corner of the screen by pressing MENU.
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Game Play Time
This function allows you to display the elapsed time on
the screen when “AV MODE” is set to “GAME”.
Item
On: Under connecting a game console to the AVC
System, the elapsed time is displayed in 30-minute
increments after you start playing a game.
Off: Hides the time.
NOTE
• This menu is not selectable if the input source is “TV” or
“USB”.
Option
Programme Title Display
This function allows you to display programme
information such as the title and airtime by tuning a
channel.
NOTE
• This function is available only when the DTV/SAT mode is
selected.
Other useful features
Setting when using external
devices
Skipping specified inputs
Setup
Input source settings
Option
Input Select
For setting the signal type of external equipment.
Input Skip
This setting allows you to skip the SCART, HDMI,
RGB, ATV, DTV or SAT input on the Input Source
Selection operation.
EXT1 (SCART)
EXT2 (SCART)
Item
EXT4 (RGB)
EXT1: Y/C, CVBS, RGB
EXT2: Y/C, CVBS, RGB
EXT8: Auto, S-VIDEO, VIDEO
HDMI1
HDMI2
Yes
HDMI3
No
ATV
NOTE
• If no (colour) image displays, try changing to another
signal type.
• Check the operation manual of the external equipment for
the signal type.
• When the signal type is set to “Auto”, the input terminal
where a cable is connected is automatically selected.
DTV
SAT1
SAT2
SAT3
Colour system settings
Setup
Option
Input Label
You can label each input source with a custom
description.
1 Press b to select the desired input source.
2 Go to “MENU” > “Setup” > “Input Label”.
3 Press a/b/c/d to select each character of the
new name for the input source, and then press
OK.
Colour System
You can change the colour system to one that is
compatible with the image on the screen.
NOTE
• The factory preset value is “Auto”.
• If “Auto” is selected, the colour system for each channel
is automatically set. If an image does not display clearly,
select another colour system (e.g. “PAL”, “SECAM”).
Additional features
DVD
A
K
U
0
4
B
L
V
1
C
M
W
2
D
N
X
3
E
O
Y
4
F
P
Z
5
G
Q
+
6
H I J CLEAR
R S T BACK
– . _
7 8 9 END
Repeat until the label is fully spelt out.
NOTE
• The label can be six characters or less.
• When you want to set an input source label of less than six
characters, select “END” to set the name.
Option
Setting Display Colour
You can change the background colour of the OSD
(menu screen), EPG screen, channel display and
programme information, etc. to the blue, gray, red or
green.
Setup
Wireless power link
INPUT SOURCE
TV
EXT1
EXT2
DVD
EXT4
HDMI1
EXT6
NOTE
• You cannot change labels if the input source is “TV” or
“USB”.
When turning on the main power of the Display
while “Wireless power link” is set to “Linked to main
power”, the power of each wireless unit connected
to the Display and AVC System will be turned on in
conjunction with the main power of the Display.
Item
Linked to main power: The wireless unit’s power will be turned
on in conjunction with the main power of the Display.
Power always on: The wireless unit’s power will be usually
turned on.
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Other useful features
Connecting a USB device
Photo Mode
Connect a USB device to the AVC System as shown
below.
Viewing thumbnails
Sample
Demo/Demo 01
Demo.jpg
• Depending on the USB device, the TV may not be able to
recognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending on
character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a USB device or memory card from the
AVC System while transferring files, using the slide show
function, when a screen is switching to another or before
you exit “USB” from the “INPUT SOURCE” menu.
• Do not connect and disconnect a USB device from the
AVC System repeatedly.
Buttons for thumbnail operations
Buttons
When selecting the folder icon with the
6 mark: Go back to the parent directory.
When selecting a folder icon: Enter this
directory.
When selecting a photo thumbnail:
Display the photo in full screen.
a/b/c/d
(Cursor)
Select a desired item.
INPUT SOURCE
TV
6
Return to the top menu.
R button
Go back to the previous page.
EXT3
G button
Go to the next page.
EXT4
Y button
Select BGM for the slide show.
B button
Start the slide show.
EXT1
EXT2
NOTE
HDMI1
• You cannot enter this mode when there
HDMI2
is no USB device connected to the
HDMI3
AVC System.
EXT8
• This mode is not available during DTV/
USB
SAT timer recording.
• “WIDE MODE” is fixed during this mode.
• “USER (USB)” is the default value for the “AV MODE”
setting. Each time you press AV MODE, the mode changes
between “USER (USB)”, “DYNAMIC (Fixed)”, “DYNAMIC”
and “STANDARD”.
NOTE
• When there are invalid photo files, the g mark will be
displayed for the file.
• You can see the file name, shooting date, file size and
pixel size of the selected photo in the lower-left corner of
the screen (shooting date is only available in the EXIF file
format).
Viewing photos in full screen
Selecting modes and devices
Buttons for full screen display operation
Select mode
Buttons
Photo Mode
Music Mode
Select USB drive
1
2
Drive 1
Drive 2
Drive 3
Drive 4
Drive 5
Drive 6
Drive 7
Drive 8
Drive 9
Drive 10
Drive 11
Drive 12
Drive 13
Drive 14
Drive 15
Drive 16
Press c/d to select between “Photo Mode”
and “Music Mode”, and then press OK.
Press a/b/c/d to select the drive where you
want to find your files, and then press OK.
NOTE
• You do not need to select the drive in step 2 when there is
only one drive in the connected USB device.
• 16 is the maximum number of drives that can be displayed.
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Description
OK
USB Photo Viewer/Music Player
In this mode, you can enjoy viewing
photos and listening to music from
external USB devices. Select “USB”
from the “INPUT SOURCE” menu to
enter this mode.
2007:10:18 13:30:00
600KB
1600X1200
Description
c/d (Cursor)
Go to the previous/next photo in the
same directory.
6
Return to the thumbnail selection screen.
R button
Rotate the photo by 90 degrees to the
left.
G button
Rotate the photo by 90 degrees to the
right.
B button
Reveal/hide the Guide Display.
NOTE
• Rotating photos only applies to the temporarily selected
item and this setting is not saved.
Other useful features
Music Mode
Slide show
E Selecting the BGM
File name
Demo/Demo1
SONGS
CLASSIC
SONG_01.MP3
SONG_02.MP3
SONG_03.MP3
SONG_04.MP3
SONG_05.MP3
SONG_06.MP3
SONG_07.MP3
SONG_08.MP3
SONG_09.MP3
Playing:
SONG_02.MP3
Slide Show BGM:
SONG_03.MP3
Time
3:05
3:15
3:02
6:05
4:52
0:00
3:13
3:23
3:33
1:00 / 3:15
a/b (Cursor)
Select a desired item.
c (Cursor)
Page up.
d (Cursor)
Page down.
6
Return to the thumbnail selection screen.
R button
Stop music.
G button
Play/Pause music.
Y button
Set the selected music to the slide show
BGM.
B button
Reset the slide show BGM.
NOTE
• Only one song can be set to the slide show BGM.
• Slide show BGM will be reset in the cases below.
• Go back to the top menu.
• Change the “INPUT SOURCE”.
• When there are invalid music files, the g mark will be
displayed for the file.
• The displayed play time may differ slightly from the actual
play time depending on the files.
E Slide show
Return to the thumbnail selection screen.
B button
Reveal/hide the Guide Display.
NOTE
Description
a/b (Cursor)
Select the desired item.
c (Cursor)
Page up.
d (Cursor)
Page down.
6
Return to the top menu.
R button
Stop music.
G button
Play/Pause music.
B button
Turn off the screen image for audio only
output.
NOTE
• When there are invalid music files, the g mark will be
displayed for the file.
• The displayed play time may differ slightly from the actual
play time depending on the files.
USB device compatibility
USB device
USB Memory, USB card reader (Mass
Storage class)
File system
FAT/FAT32
Photo file
format
JPEG (.jpg) (DCF2.0 compliant)
Music file
format
MP3 (.mp3)
Bitrate: 32k, 40k, 48k, 56k, 64k, 80k,
96k, 112k, 128k, 160k, 192k, 224k,
256k, 320kbps
Sampling frequency: 32k, 44.1k, 48kHz
Description
6
1:00 / 3:15
When selecting the folder icon with the
6 mark: Go back to the parent directory.
When selecting a folder icon: Enter this
directory.
When selecting a music file: Play music.
Buttons for slide show operation
Buttons
3:05
3:15
3:02
6:05
4:52
0:00
3:13
3:23
3:33
OK
Description
When selecting the folder icon with the
6 mark: Go back to the parent directory.
When selecting a folder icon: Enter this
directory.
When selecting a music file: Play music.
OK
Time
Buttons for Music Mode
Buttons
Buttons for slide show BGM select
operation
Buttons
File name
Demo/Demo1
ROOT
CLASSIC
SONG_01.MP3
SONG_02.MP3
SONG_03.MP3
SONG_04.MP3
SONG_05.MP3
SONG_06.MP3
SONG_07.MP3
SONG_08.MP3
SONG_09.MP3
Playing:
SONG_02.MP3
NOTE
• Progressive format jpeg files are not supported.
• Music files in USB 1.1 devices may not be played properly.
• Operation using USB hubs is not guaranteed.
• The selected BGM is played repeatedly.
• The slide show continues until you press 6.
• The slide show speed is approximately 10 seconds per
photo.
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Other useful features
Gallery Mode
You can display pictures saved in USB devices for your wallpaper picture by pressing GALLERY on the remote
control unit.
NOTE
Compatible files include those taken by digital cameras with the DCF 2.0 specification or mobile phones’ built-in cameras.
Music cannot be played during this mode.
SD card readers or USB hubs cannot be used.
This mode continues when timer recording starts, but ends when timer viewing starts.
During this mode, the power on the AVC System turns off while the main power on the Display is on (but standby/on indicator turns to
red).
• Gallery Mode stops by pressing END on the remote control unit, and the TV returns to the normal viewing mode.
•
•
•
•
•
Basic operation for Gallery Mode
Gallery Mode setting
Option
Displaying pictures saved in a USB device
Gallery Setup
Connect a USB device to the Display as shown below.
You can adjust the display size, slide show time length,
brightness and sleep timer.
1 Press MENU and the “MENU” screen displays.
2 Press c/d to select “Option”.
3 Press a/b to select “Gallery Setup”, and then
press OK.
4 Press a/b to select the desired items, and then
press OK.
Picture size
1
2
Press GALLERY on the remote control unit after
connecting a USB device to the Display.
A slide show will then start.
Colour mode
Slide show interval
Brightness
Auto Power Off
NOTE
• Make sure that a USB device is connected before pressing
GALLERY.
• The playback order is based on the save dates and cannot
be changed.
• The device contains up to 100 files. If there are more than
100, some may not be displayed.
• The picture files should be in the top directory, and the files
in any subordinate folders cannot be displayed.
• Refer to the right column Gallery Mode setting to change
the viewing options.
• If there are incompatible files, an error displays for the file
until the next compatible picture is displayed.
• Refer to pages 42–43 for details on connecting USB
devices and device/file compatibility.
• Slide show will stop if you disconnect the USB device.
• Press END and go back to the normal viewing mode,
and then press GALLERY again when you switch USB
devices.
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Normal
Dot by Dot
Cinema
Half size screen
5
Repeat step 4 until the setting is complete.
NOTE
• To start Gallery Mode during this setting, press GALLERY
on the remote control unit.
Other useful features
Picture size
Item
Normal: Keeps the original aspect ratio in a full screen
display.
Dot by Dot: Displays images with a 1:1 pixel ratio on the
screen without any scaling.
Cinema: Keeps the original aspect ratio in a full screen
display without showing any black bars.
Half size screen: Images are displayed in the centre of a
screen at half the size of a full screen image.
Troubleshooting for Gallery Mode
Follow the possible solutions listed below when you
see the error message.
NOTE
• The factory preset value is “Cinema”.
• When set to “Half size screen”, the background colour is
black and this cannot be changed.
(Example of an error display)
Possible Solution
Colour mode
You can select your preferred colour mode.
Item
Mode1: Display brighter colour.
Mode2: Display accurate colour in images.
Slide show interval
You can set the slide show time length for each picture
to “15 sec.”, “30 sec.” or “30 min.”.
NOTE
• The factory preset value is “15 sec.”.
• The sequence will repeat from the first picture after all the
pictures have displayed.
• Images that do not conform to the DCF 2.0 specification may
not be displayed. If the images have been changed or edited on
a PC, the data may change to a format that is incompatible with
the TV.
• The file size may be over 5MB. The file size can be reduced by
selecting a smaller pixel size when taking pictures with a digital
camera.
• The resizing function of digital cameras can also reduce the file
size.
• The pixel size may exceed 4,096 g 3,072. A smaller pixel size
can be selected when taking pictures with a digital camera.
• The resizing function of digital cameras can also reduce the pixel
size.
• There may be incompatible or corrupt data. If only this error
message is displayed, the top directory in the USB device may
not contain any compatible JPEG files.
Brightness
You can set the brightness of the screen in Gallery
Mode.
Item
Mode1: Lowest brightness with maximum power saving.
Mode2: A brighter mode suitable for displaying pictures
in most situations.
Mode3: Suitable for displaying in brightly lit areas.
Auto: Adjusts the brightness automatically depending on
the surrounding brightness.
NOTE
• The factory preset value is “Mode1”.
Auto Power Off
You can set the time length until the TV automatically
enters sleep mode to “30 min.”, “1 h”, “3 h” or “24 h”.
NOTE
• The factory preset value is “1 h”.
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Connecting a PC
Connecting a PC
Displaying a PC image on the
screen
HDMI Connection
HDMI1, 2 or 3
PC
Selecting the picture size
You can select the picture size.
1 Press f.
HDMI-certified cable
• The “WIDE MODE” menu displays.
2
PC
ø 3.5 mm stereo
minijack cable
HDMI1
Press f or a/b to select a desired item on the
menu.
NOTE
• Connect the PC before making adjustments.
• Selectable picture size may vary with input signal type.
EXAMPLE
DVI/HDMI cable
Analogue Connection
RGB cable
Normal
Full
PC
EXT4
Item
ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable
NOTE
DVI/RGB conversion cable
PC
EXT4
ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable
NOTE
• The PC input terminals are DDC1/2B-compatible.
• Refer to page 49 for a list of PC signals compatible with
the TV.
• A Macintosh adaptor may be required for use with some
Macintosh computers.
• When connecting to a PC, the input signal type is
automatically detected except 1,024 g 768 and 1,360 g
768 signals.
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Full: An image fully fills the screen.
Cinema: For letterbox pictures. Bars may appear on the
top and bottom with some programmes.
Normal: Keeps the original aspect ratio in a full screen
display.
Dot by Dot: Displays an image with the same number of
pixels on the screen.
• Refer to page 38 for AV signals (See below).
HDMI: 480i/480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p
ANALOGUE RGB: 576p/720p (50Hz)/1080i
• The ANALOGUE RGB terminal (PC) (EXT4) is not
compatible with 480i/576i/1080p signals.
Connecting a PC
Item
Adjusting the PC image
automatically
This function enables the screen to be automatically
adjusted to its best possible condition when the
analogue terminals of the AVC System and PC are
connected with a commercially available DVI/RGB
conversion cable, etc.
H-Pos.: Centres the image by moving it to the left or
right.
V-Pos.: Centres the image by moving it up or down.
Clock: Adjusts when the image flickers with vertical
stripes.
Phase: Adjusts when characters have low contrast or
when the image flickers.
NOTE
Setup
• For resetting all adjustment items to the factory preset
values, press a/b to select “Reset”, and then press OK.
• “Clock” and “Phase” in the “Fine Sync.” menu can be
adjusted only when inputting analogue signals through the
EXT4 terminal.
Auto Sync.
30%
NOTE
• When “Auto Sync.” is successful, “Auto Sync completed
successfully” displays. If not, “Auto Sync.” failed.
• “Auto Sync.” may fail even if “Auto Sync completed
successfully” displays.
• “Auto Sync.” may fail if the PC image has low resolution,
has unclear (black) edges, or is moved while executing
“Auto Sync.”.
• Be sure to connect the PC to the AVC System and switch
it on before starting “Auto Sync.”.
• “Auto Sync.” can be executed only when inputting
analogue signals through the EXT4 terminal.
Selecting input resolution
• Some input signals may have to be registered
manually to display properly.
• The pairs of input signals (resolutions) in the list
below are not distinguishable when received. In such
cases, you have to set the correct signal manually.
After setting once, it will display when the same
signal (resolution) is input again.
Setup
Input Signal
1024 x 768
Adjusting the PC image manually
1360 x 768
Ordinarily you can easily adjust the picture as
necessary to change image position using “Auto
Sync.”. In some cases, however, manual adjustment is
needed to optimise the image.
1
2
(Example)
Setup
NOTE
Fine Sync.
• You can only select the “Input Signal” on the “Setup” menu
when receiving one of the two input signals listed above.
Press a/b to select the specific adjustment
item.
Press c/d to adjust the item to the desired
position.
H-Pos.
[ 90]
a
b
V-Pos.
[ 39]
a
b
Clock
[ 90]
a
b
Phase
[ 20]
a
b
Reset
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Connecting a PC
RS-232C port specifications
PC Control of the TV
• When a programme is set, the TV can be controlled
from the PC using the RS-232C terminal. The input
signal (PC/video) can be selected, the volume
can be adjusted and various other adjustments
and settings can be made, enabling automatic
programmed playing.
• Use an RS-232C serial control cable (cross type)
(commercially available) for the connections.
Parameter
Input the parameter values, aligning left, and fill with
blank(s) for the remainder (Be sure that four values are
input for the parameter).
When the input parameter is not within an adjustable
range, “ERR” returns (Refer to “Response code
format”).
0
0
0
0
NOTE
–
3
0
• This operation system should be used by a person who is
accustomed to using PCs.
1
0
0
0
0
5
9
5
When “?” is input for some commands, the present
setting value responds.
RS-232C serial control cable
(cross type)
?
Communication conditions
Set the RS-232C communications settings on the PC
to match the TV’s communications conditions. The
TV’s communications settings are as follows:
Baud rate:
9,600 bps
Data length:
8 bits
Parity bit:
None
Stop bit:
1 bit
Flow control:
None
?
?
Response code format
O
K
Return code (0DH)
Problem response (communication error or incorrect
command)
Send the control commands from the PC via the RS232C connector.
The TV operates according to the received command
and sends a response message to the PC.
Do not send multiple commands at the same time.
Wait until the PC receives the OK response before
sending the next command.
Make sure to send “A” with the carriage return and
confirm that “ERR” returns before operating.
Command format
Eight ASCII codes eCR
C1 C2 C3 C4 P1 P2 P3
Parameter
four digits
P4
Return code
Command four digits: Command. The text of four
characters.
Parameter four digits: Parameter 0–9, blank, ?, minus
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?
Normal response
Communication procedure
Command
four digits
?
E
R
R
Return code (0DH)
After sending the return code (0DH), make sure to
send the line feed (0AH) as well.
Connecting a PC
PC compatibility chart
Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency
Vertical
Frequency
Analogue (DSub)
Digital (HDMI)
VESA
Standard
VGA
640 g 480
31.5 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
SVGA
800 g 600
37.9 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
XGA
1,024 g 768
48.4 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
WXGA
1,360 g 768
47.7 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
SXGA
1,280 g 1,024
64.0 kHz
60 Hz
✔
SXGA+
1,400 g 1,050
65.3 kHz
60 Hz
VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA and SXGA+ are
registered trademarks of International Business
Machines Corporation.
✔
✔
✔
✔
NOTE
• This TV has only limited PC compatibility, correct operation
can only be guaranteed if the video card conforms exactly
to the VESA 60 Hz standard. Any variations from this
standard will result in picture distortions.
RS-232C command list
CONTROL ITEM
COMMAND
PARAMETER
CONTROL CONTENTS
CONTROL ITEM
PARAMETER
CONTROL CONTENTS
POWER SETTING
P O W R
0
_
_
_
POWER OFF (STAND BY)
H P O S
*
*
*
_
INPUT SELECTION A
I
T G D
_
_
_
_
INPUT SWITCHING (TOGGLE)
V
P O S
*
*
*
_
V-POSITION (AV/PC)
I
T
V D
_
_
_
_
TV (CHANNEL FIXED)
C
L
*
*
*
_
CLOCK (0–180)
I
D
T
V
_
_
_
_
DTV (CHANNEL FIXED)
I
A
V D
*
_
_
_
EXT1–4, 8 (1–4, 8), HDMI1–3
(5–7)
D C C H
*
*
_
_
TV DIRECT CHANNEL (1–99)
C H U P
_
_
_
_
CHANNEL UP
C H D W _
_
_
_
CHANNEL DOWN
D
*
*
_
THREE DIGIT DTV DIRECT
CHANNEL (1–999) (Non-Nordic
countries)
CHANNEL
D
I
T
T
V D
V D
D E G
D S C 1
*
*
_
*
*
_
*
*
_
*
*
_
*
POSITION
COMMAND
C K
P H S
WIDE MODE
FOUR DIGIT DTV DIRECT
CHANNEL (1–9999) (Nordic
countries only)
DIGITAL NETWORK CHANGE
DVB-S 1 DIRECT CHANNEL
(1–9999)
MUTE
H-POSITION (AV/PC)
E
*
*
*
_
PHASE (0–40)
W
I
D E
0
_
_
_
TOGGLE (AV)
W
I
D E
1
_
_
_
NORMAL (AV)
W
I
D E
2
_
_
_
ZOOM 14:9 (AV)
W
I
D E
3
_
_
_
PANORAMA (AV)
W
I
D E
4
_
_
_
FULL (AV)
W
I
D E
5
_
_
_
CINEMA 16:9 (AV)
W
I
D E
6
_
_
_
CINEMA 14:9 (AV)
W
I
D E
7
_
_
_
NORMAL (PC)
W
I
D E
8
_
_
_
CINEMA (PC)
W
I
D E
9
_
_
_
FULL (PC)
W
I
D E
1
0
_
_
DOT BY DOT (AV/PC)
W
I
D E
1
1
_
_
UNDERSCAN (AV)
M U
T
E
0
_
_
_
TOGGLE
M U
T
E
1
_
_
_
MUTE ON
M U
T
E
2
_
_
_
MUTE OFF
A C S U
0
_
_
_
SURROUND TOGGLE
A C S U
1
_
_
_
SURROUND ON
A C S U
2
_
_
_
SURROUND OFF
_
_
_
_
TOGGLE
D S C 2
*
*
*
*
DVB-S 2 DIRECT CHANNEL
(1–9999)
D S C 3
*
*
*
*
DVB-S 3 DIRECT CHANNEL
(1–9999)
D S C 4
*
*
*
*
DVB-S 4 DIRECT CHANNEL
(1–9999)
D
T
U P
_
_
_
_
DTV CHANNEL UP
D
T
D W _
_
_
_
DTV CHANNEL DOWN
AUDIO CHANGE
A C H A
I
N P
1
0
_
_
_
EXT1 (Y/C)
SLEEP TIMER
O F
T M 0
_
_
_
OFF
I
N P
1
1
_
_
_
EXT1 (CVBS)
O F
T M 1
_
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 30 MIN
I
N P
1
2
_
_
_
EXT1 (RGB)
O F
T M 2
_
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 1 HOUR
I
N P
2
0
_
_
_
EXT2 (Y/C)
O F
T M 3
_
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 1 HOUR 30 MIN
I
N P
2
1
_
_
_
EXT2 (CVBS)
O F
T M 4
_
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 2 HOUR
I
N P
2
2
_
_
_
EXT2 (RGB)
O F
T M 5
_
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 2 HOUR 30 MIN
I
N P
8
0
_
_
_
EXT8 (AUTO)
T
E
X
T
0
_
_
_
TEXT OFF
I
N P
8
1
_
_
_
EXT8 (Y/C)
T
E
X
T
1
_
_
_
TEXT ON (TOGGLE)
I
N P
8
2
_
_
_
EXT8 (CVBS)
D C P G
*
*
*
_
DIRECT PAGE JUMP (100–899)
AV MODE SELECTION A
V M D
0
_
_
_
TOGGLE
A
V M D
1
_
_
_
STANDARD
A
V M D
2
_
_
_
MOVIE
A
V M D
3
_
_
_
GAME
A
V M D
4
_
_
_
USER
A
V M D
5
_
_
_
DYNAMIC (Fixed)
A
V M D
6
_
_
_
DYNAMIC
A
V M D
7
_
_
_
PC
A
V M D
8
_
_
_
x.v.Colour
A
V M D
1
0
_
_
MOVIE (LIVING ROOM)
V O L M
*
*
_
_
VOLUME (0–60)
INPUT SELECTION B
VOLUME
SURROUND
TEXT
49
Appendix
Using the universal remote control
You can operate connected AV products (DVD player/
recorder, SetTopBox, VCR and others) by setting up
your remote control as a universal remote control unit.
NOTE
• Some manufacturer code indicated in the operational
manual and the universal remote control device do not
correspond. When recording a signal other than the
signal being watched, some signals cannot be recorded
depending on the signal being viewed.
LCD window
Presetting the manufacturer code
1
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until you reach the
device you wish to control. (TV, DVD1, DVD2,
STB1, STB2 and VCR)
• Press this button briefly (for more than 0.2 seconds) to
move between the items.
2
Press and hold both FUNCTION and OK for 3
seconds.
• In the LCD window, the 3-digit manufacturer code
input screen blinks.
3
Enter the 3-digit manufacturer code using a/b/
c/d, and then press OK.
• The TV returns to the normal TV mode.
LCD Window
Display
DVD1/DVD2
VCR
STB1/STB2**
Category
DVD player
Magnum - Zenith
DVD recorder
JVC - Yukai
DVD/LD
Pioneer
DVD part of DVD/VCR
Bush - Toshiba
DVD part of DVD/DVR
Panasonic - Toshiba
HTIB*
Aiwa - Sony
DVD part of SAT/DVD
Humax
DVD part of TV/DVD
Bush - Toshiba
VCR part of DVD/VCR
Bush - Toshiba
VCR part of TV/VCR
Aiwa - Toshiba
VCR
Adelsound - Yoko
SAT part of SAT/DVD
Humax
SAT part of SAT-DVR
BSSkyB - Zehnder
Satellite
AB Sat - Woorisat
Satellite receiver
Hauppauge
Satellite receiver/
recorder
Humax - Kathrein
Cable box
ABC - Wittenberg
* Home Theatre in a Box System
** SAT and CBL are integrated
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Manufacturer
Manufacturer code
DVD
Sharp
Magnum
Acoustic Solutions
Aiwa
Akai
Akura
Alba
Apex
Awa
Axion
Best Buy
Bosston
Brainwave
Brandt
Britannia
Bush
029
101
001
004
034
108
001
139
001
001
107
152
034
002
150
001
102
225
Cambridge Audio 104
CAT
153
Celestial
161
Centrex
109
Centrum
154
CGV
104
CineVision
157
Classic
001
Clatronic
106
Coby
001
Conia
102
Crypto
159
C-Tech
105
CyberHome
003
Daewoo
023
Dalton
162
Dansai
034
Daytek
005
DEC
106
Denon
123
Denver
106
Denzel
103
Desay
155
Diamond
104
Digitor
160
DK Digital
032
Dmtech
111
Dual
001
D-Vision
034
DVX
105
Easy Home
107
Eclipse
104
Elta
034
Emerson
129
Enzer
103
Euroline
034
Finlux
104
Fisher
132
Global Solutions 105
Global Sphere
105
Go Video
126
GoldStar
015
Goodmans
001
203
Graetz
103
Grundig
018
H&B
106
Haaz
104
Harmon/Kardon
144
HE
001
HiMAX
107
Hitachi
011
190
Home Electronics 001
Humax
048
Innovation
096
JDB
001
Jeutech
152
JVC
002
085
Kenwood
037
229
Kingavon
106
Kiss
103
Koda
106
KXD
107
Lawson
105
Lecson
151
Lenco
106
LG
015
Life
096
Lifetec
096
Limit
105
Loewe
044
LogicLab
105
Luxor
109
Magnavox
002
Manufacturer Code
128 143 177 191
039 131 231
095
014 017 018 040
012 030
019 032 042 045 087 092
106 149 158 209 223 224
226
163
154
100
022 025 036
038 078 113 114 115
151 227
020
138 164 188 199 210
108 133
105
176
103
124 134
014 018 045 106 109 158
228
038 099 109 127
156
105
047 088 101 103 107 126
196 206 215
101 128
016 080 081 082 083 084
120 173 182 184 212
123 142 170 208 211 219
156
024 090 129 185 216
128
101 128
127
106 165
DVD
Marantz
Matsui
MBO
Mediencom
Medion
Metz
MiCO
Micromaxx
Micromedia
Micromega
Microstar
Mirror
Mitsubishi
Mizuda
Monyka
Mustek
Mx Onda
NAD
Naiko
Nakamichi
Neufunk
NU-TEC
Omni
Onkyo
Optim
Optimus
Orava
Orion
Oritron
P&B
Pacific
Palsonic
Panasonic
049
030
001
150
096
094
104
096
002
171
096
158
125
106
103
001
104
143
109
147
103
102
150
002
151
168
106
087
096
106
105
149
013
214
Philips
233
049
181
Philips Magnavox 121
Pioneer
007
178
Proline
109
Provision
106
Raite
103
RCA
135
REC
149
RedStar
108
Reoc
105
Revoy
156
Roadstar
001
Rowa
102
Rownsonic
154
Saba
012
Sabaki
105
Sampo
136
Samsung
011
217
Sansui
104
Sanyo
028
ScanMagic
001
Schneider
096
Scientific Labs
105
Scott
017
SEG
014
Sherwood
140
Shinco
135
Sigmatek
107
Silva
108
Singer
104
Skymaster
001
Skyworth
108
SM Electronic
001
Sony
004
169
Soundmaster
105
Soundmax
105
Standard
105
Star Cluster
105
Starmedia
106
Supervision
001
Synn
105
TCM
096
Teac
094
Tec
108
Technics
101
Technika
034
Technosonic
034
Telefunken
154
Tevion
096
Thomson
012
167
Tokai
103
Toshiba
002
TruVision
107
Manufacturer Code
098 200 201
145
101 112 128 158
101 128
101 128
166
107
100 198
097 165
079 093 123 164 194 195
232
002 006 027 035 043 044
074 098 121 127 165 171
202
008 010 046 094 168 174
183 207 220
150
014 106 149
109
030
076 077 126 175 186 213
105
033 089 179 189 218
110 111 112
162
026 103 105 110 141
105
026 100 105 134
105
009 021 031 041 075 122
180 204 205 221 222
105
101 128
102 105 192
164 193 232
101
091
172
108
086
105 128 162
116 117 118 119 148
197
087 121 165 187
Appendix
DVD
United
Voxson
Vtrek
Wharfedale
Wintel
Xbox
Xlogic
XMS
Yakumo
Yamada
Yamaha
Yamakawa
Yukai
Zenith
DVD
Recorder
JVC
LG
Panasonic
Philips
Sony
Toshiba
Yukai
DVD/LD
Pioneer
DVD/VCR
Combo
Sharp
Bush
Daewoo
Hitachi
JVC
Manufacturer Code
001
001
159
104
152
167
105
149
109
109
006
103
001
002
105 130
013 123 137 164 230
146
129 165
Manufacturer Code
057
065
052
050
054
067
066
058 059 060
062
051 053 061 063 064
055 056
068 069
Manufacturer Code
007
Manufacturer Code
LG
Orion
Panasonic
Philips
Samsung
Sanyo
Sony
Toshiba
029 (DVD)/028 032 (VCR)
087 (DVD)/036 (VCR)
078 (DVD)/029 (VCR)
088 (DVD)/025 (VCR)
080 081 082 083 084 085
(DVD)/007 025 033 034 (VCR)
015 (DVD)/014 030 (VCR)
087 (DVD)/038 (VCR)
079 (DVD)/031 037 (VCR)
074 (DVD)/026 (VCR)
076 077 (DVD)/210 (VCR)
089 (DVD)/039 (VCR)
075 (DVD)/027 (VCR)
086 (DVD)/035 (VCR)
DVD/DVR
Panasonic
Pioneer
Samsung
Toshiba
Manufacturer Code
052 062
070 071 072
073
067
HTIB
Aiwa
DK Digital
Hitachi
JVC
Kenwood
LG
Mustek
Panasonic
Pioneer
Samsung
Sanyo
Sony
Manufacturer Code
231
176
215
184
219
216
198
194 195 214
220
213
189 218
205 221 222
SAT/DVD
Humax
Manufacturer Code
048
TV/DVD
Combo
Bush
LG
Panasonic
Thomson
Toshiba
092
090
093
091
087
TV VCR
combo
Aiwa
Bush
Daewoo
GoldStar
Goodmans
Grundig
Orion
Philips
Roadstar
Samsung
Sony
Tatung
Toshiba
042
042
021
209
047
041
045
041
042
043
044
042
042
VCR
Sharp
Adelsound
Manufacturer Code
Manufacturer Code
040
046
045
043 045 048
Manufacturer Code
001 015 028 032 063 064 073
089 149 150 151 153 165
056
VCR
Adyson
Aiwa
055
014
059
Akai
045
153
Akiba
055
Akura
050
Alba
021
061
Allorgan
043
Ambassador
052
Amstrad
026
Anitech
055
Ansonic
056
ASA
053
Asuka
026
ASWO
179
Audiosonic
061
AudioTon
058
Baird
021
154
Basic Line
021
Bauer
160
Baur
054
Beaumark
157
Bestar
021
Black Panther Line 021
Blaupunkt
006
083
153
Blue Sky
051
Bondstec
052
Brandt
009
Brandt
154
Electronique
Brinkmann
051
Broksonic
155
BSR
188
Bush
021
061
Carrefour
121
Casio
026
Cathay
061
Catron
052
CGE
026
Cimline
051
Clatronic
052
Combitech
045
Condor
021
Continental Edison 154
Crown
021
Curtis Mathes
157
Cybermaxx
072
Daewoo
018
061
Dansai
055
Dantax
051
Daytron
021
De Graaf
054
Decca
007
DeGraaf
063
Denko
055
Denon
098
Diamant
059
Dual
026
Dumont
026
Elbe
061
Elcatech
055
Elin
067
Elsay
055
Elta
055
Emerson
055
ESC
021
Etzuko
055
Europhon
058
Ferguson
007
201
Fidelity
026
Finlandia
026
Finlux
026
149
Firstline
018
120
Fisher
058
178
Flint
051
Formenti/Phoenix 054
Frontech
052
Fujitsu
026
Funai
026
Galaxy
026
GBC
052
GE
157
GEC
054
Geloso
055
General
052
General Technic 006
Manufacturer Code
026
060
050
158
042 045 049 050 051
102 111 149 150 153
058 060 128 149 150
193
055
026
128
126
058
049
060
045 051 052 055 058
129 130
VCR
Genexxa
Go Video
GoldHand
GoldStar
Goodmans
055 061 149 162 189
Graetz
Granada
Grandin
Grundig
054 059 149 150 153
049 053 054 055 059 149
026 049 050 060 061 123
051 052 055 058 061
187
070
052
061
008
119
171
059
055
060
Hanseatic
Hantor
Harwood
HCM
Hinari
Hisawa
Hitachi
058 061
054 057 069 070 071
124 125 149 150 151
179
058
132
157
026 036 042 045 051 055
075 127 128 129 130
058
049 050 060 149
055
055 058
052 058 061
052 055 058 061
021 029 040 045 052 058
072 121
061
Hypson
Impego
Imperial
Ingersol
Inno Hit
Innovation
Interbuy
Interfunk
Intervision
Irradio
ITT
ITT Nokia
ITV
JBL
JC Penney
JVC
Kaisui
Karcher
Kendo
Kenwood
Kimari
Kneissel
Korpel
Kuba
Kyoto
Lenco
Leyco
LG
061
026 049 050 054 060
120 123
209
050 054 060 061 154
049 054 123
061
121 155
058 061 126
026
204
055
063
050
153
053
127
123
050 060 071 132
120
054
197
055
123
080 120 123
207
059 080 114
149 150 153 159
058
049
049 149 150 153 188
049
055 058
058
043 051
Logik
Lumatron
Luxor
M Electronic
Magnin
Manesth
Marantz
Mark
Matsui
126
009
202
049
054
049
150
051
121
122
Lifetec
Loewe
Loewe Opta
Mediator
Medion
M-Electronic
Memorex
Memphis
Metz
MGN
Micromaxx
Microstar
Migros
Minerva
Minolta
Mitsubishi
Multitech
Murphy
National
NEC
Neckermann
NEI
Nesco
Manufacturer Code
123
157
055
026
155
021
055
127
050
026
123
021
059
009
071
150
053
058
055
055
045
127
045
005
056
149
051
052
026
056
021
126
006
053
054
026
053
050
154
021
147
098
007
078
150
055
054
018
050
122
045
055
122
055
021
055
010
059
006
006
053
131
055
021
055
149
026
157
018
054
061
026
133
054
006
026
026
123
055
006
131
157
006
006
026
070
098
007
150
026
026
006
007
050
054
026
VCR
Nikkai
Nokia
049
157
026
058
053 059 149 150 153
209
047 049 051 052 053
059 061 067 073 126
060
054
126
026
061
041
074
153
054
123 126
057 059 063 071 120
Oceanic
Okano
Optimus
Orion
049
072
054
075
173
059
Orson
Osaki
Osume
Otake
Otto Versand
Palladium
052 053 055 058
055 057 069 070
076 090 125 149
179 181 182 187
061
Nordmende
Panasonic
075
051 055 056 060 061 075
051
016
060
150
055
058
049
126
052
166
019 026 049 050 054
098 115 120 123 126
153 175 185
061
043
055
123
049
055
060
051
059
Phonola
Pioneer
051 059 061 209
059
077 123 126
Portland
Prinz
Profex
Profi-Tronic
Proline
Prosonic
Pulsar
Pye
Quasar
Quelle
126 149
054 055 058 061 067
053 058 059 061
155
025
079
153
Pathe Cinema
Pathe Marconi
Pentax
Perdio
Philco
Philips
157
033 034 050 060 077
098 105 106 140 149
154 161 200 204
021 051 052 055 059 128
060
051
Radialva
Radio Shack
Radiola
Realistic
Rex
RFT
Roadstar
Royal
Saba
014
112
043
137
054
151
056
061
063
150
049
024 026 030 049 053
051 072
056
169
067
072
073
153
059
057 059 071 124
179 209
126
080 114 122 123
180 195
055 121
057 071 073 179
045 051 053 056 059 126
162 164
043 051 072
059 209
049 053 059 063 098 122
155
008 057 070 071 124 125
179 181 187
043 051 072
043 051 072
049
071 125 181 187
049
153
049
049
069
050
054
054 080 107 114 149
155 170 199
052 054 055 058 123
124
060 154 155 177
057 060 154 179
Saisho
Salora
Samsung
Samurai
Sansui
Sanwa
Sanyo
Saville
SBR
Schaub Lorenz
Schneider
Scott
Sears
SEG
SEI-Sinudyne
Seleco
Sentra
Sentron
Shintom
Shivaki
Shorai
Siemens
Silva
Silver
Sinudyne
Solavox
Solovox
Sonitron
Sonneclair
Sonoko
Sonolor
Sontec
052
050
126
007
149
205
026
051
155
038
163
026
026
127
129
054
050
071
002
086
150
174
056
050
098
026
055
005
046
077
104
179
054
007
203
021
026
055
126
026
026
157
005
155
049
153
055
155
054
155
050
052
021
067
055
009
150
051
080
210
196
007
007
056
039
150
045
054
026
018
054
153
155
098
055
054
050
052
055
055
053
056
053
179
053
061
054
052
058
122
055
021
063
053
Manufacturer Code
055 058 061
060 061 063 067 120 123
128 180 195
009 050 060 077 124 134
150 153 154 161 201 204
049
055
156
045
166
049
049
050 060 063 123
061 128
051 056 129 130 155
188 191 192
053 055 059
130
187
053
126
006
091
151
190
114
060
154
049
098
011
054
087
108
017
057
090
110
055
128
008
101
153
198
056 057 059 060
023 031 037 069
124 131 137 149
155 167 169 171
019
062
092
136
020
065
093
149
026
071
095
150
041
076
100
153
054 120 149 150 153 156
052 058 061
049
049 075 127
051 061
054
054 057 070 071 149 150
179 181 182 187
059 063
151
157
060 077 154 161
054 055 058
042 045 053 055 059 061
126
050
153
055
114
043
060
154
056
123
067
077 138 139 149
161
162
149 150 153 180
126 157 176 194
052 055 060
050
063 099 109 122 123 149
153 180
061 126
049 050 060 123
021 026 049 051 052 053
055 059 061 126 149 150
155
061
056
058
055
067 126
188
059 060 154 161
058 127
123
059
057 059 070 071 123 125
181 187
059
056
058
061 072
059
045 055
51
Appendix
VCR
Sony
003
068
096
119
185
Soundwave
059
Standard
021
Starlite
059
Stern
061
Sunkai
051
Sunstar
026
Suntronic
026
Sunwood
055
Supra
059
Symphonic
026
Taisho
051
Tandberg
061
Tansai
149
Tashiko
026
Tatung
026
114
TCM
006
Teac
026
Tec
052
Technics
006
Teleavia
050
Telefunken
007
132
206
Teletech
055
Tenosal
055
Tensai
026
Tevion
006
Thomson
007
098
144
201
Thorn
050
Tivo Hdd
065
Tokai
053
Tonsai
055
Toshiba
012
050
154
Towada
055
Towika
055
TVA
052
Uher
053
Ultravox
061
Unitech
067
United Quick Star 021
Universum
026
070
Victor
007
Videon
006
Wards
155
Weltblick
053
Yamishi
055
Yokan
055
Yoko
052
SAT/DVR
Humax
BSkyB
Humax
TechniSat
Zehnder
Satellite
AB Sat
AGS
Akai
Alba
Aldes
Allsat
Allsonic
Alltech
Alpha
Altai
Amitronica
Ampere
Amstrad
Anglo
Ankaro
Anttron
Arcon
Armstrong
ASA
Asat
52
Manufacturer Code
004 013 022 027 044
082 083 084 085 088
097 103 113 116 117
145 146 147 160 168
186
066
094
118
184
061
123
049
049
126
055
056
070
049 059 063 126
042 049 050 054 060 063
043
060
055
069
060
009
135
051 072
061
058 061
050 060 077 078 081
149 150 153 154 161
061
049
043
009
132
148
204
059
088
055
053
051
050
134
152
055
072
060
138
154
056 059 149
065 077 078
141 142 143
156 157 161
060 123 154 161 208
059 060 123 149
018 035 042 043 045 048
054 060 077 080 114 121
162 172
183
058
059 126 154
126
061
049 051 053 054 057 059
071 076 125 126
078
043 051
157
059
053 055 058 059 067 126
Manufacturer Code
005
035
007
347 011
034
004
056
077
004
105
080
068
139
049
004
077
089
004
045
004
084
282
038
004
004
313
076
045
077
090
077
Manufacturer Code
056 066 103
001
086
106
086
076
139
095
127
003
077
332 006 036 037
141
105 106 107
298 003 042 108
080 088 002 039 106
097
089
008
089
292
140
001
045
098
295
049
331
095
078
001
078
002
334
337
038
001 139
109
050 060 061 079
099 101 165 279
305 313 331 002
080
039
002
003
088 286 305
106
036 106
109 110 123
Satellite
ASLF
AST
Astacom
Astra
Manufacturer Code
004
082 288 001 114
056 161
004 053 071 085 093 288
038 111 112 113 133
Astro
020 022 048 049 050 053
095 159 004 039 040 106
AudioTon
095 002 042 106
Aurora
059
Austar
059 065
Avalon
089
Axiel
056
Axis
049 087 088 093 003 039
119
Barcom
305 313 331 001 110
Best
049 088 002 039 110
Blaupunkt
020 022 001 040
Blue Sky
004 061
Boca
004 045 094 160 177 180
197 204 207 208 216 223
260 269 002 038 133
Boston
045 056
Brain Wave
078 083 001 041
Broadcast
085 001 117
Broco
004 093
BSkyB
008 165
BT
056
BT Satellite
161 001 143
Bubu Sat
004
Bush
068 076 086 005 037 108
127 141
BVV
078
Cable
296
Cambridge
050 160 305 313 331
Canal Satellite
048 081 166
Canal+
048 001 142
Channel Master
086 001 105
Chaparral
305 313 322 331 001 136
CHEROKEE
056 066 285
Chess
004 047 052 001 147
CityCom
044 053 057 065 002 037
294
Clatronic
083 001 041
Clearmax
275
Colombia
045
Columbia
045
COLUMBUS
285 001 125
Comag
045
Commander
078
Commlink
080 001 106
Comtec
080 087
Condor
049 053 088 001 039
Connexions
049 088 089 001 116
Conrad
044 045 049 050 053 088
156
Conrad Electronic 004 053
Contec
087 094 002 119 120
Daewoo
002 004
Dansat
068 076 001 108
D-Box
168
DDC
086 001 105
Dew
087 001 119
Digiality
053
Digipro
062
Discoverer
047 052
Discovery
056
Diseqc
056
Distratel
061
Distrisat
077
DNR
078
DNT
077 089 002 116 139
Drake
305 307 313 331 001 123
DStv
059
Dune
049 088
Dynasat
055
Echostar
004 066 089 166 167 238
245 273 274 276 285 290
310 313 325 330 331 002
147
Einhell
004 045 050 079 080 003
038 106
Elap
004 056
Elsat
004 099
Elta
049 077 088 298 332 004
039 042 139
EmmeEsse
049 055 088 167 003 039
129 312
Engel
004
EURIEULT
046 060 061 274
Eurocrypt
071
Europa
050 053 077 078 094
Europhon
045 053
Eurosat
298 001 038
Eurosky
044 045 049 050 053 088
038 039
005
088
107
Satellite
Eurostar
Eutelsat
Eutra
Exator
Fenner
Ferguson
Fidelity
Finlandia
Finlux
113
192
250
Flair Mate
Foxtel
Fracarro
Freecom
Freesat
FTE
FTEmaximal
Fuba
Fugionkyo
Funai
Galaxis
118
120
094
Galaxisat
Gardiner
Giucar Record
Goldbox
Gooding
Granada
Grandin
Grundig
G-Sat
Hanseatic
Hänsel & Gretel
Hantor
Hase & Igel
Heliocom
Helium
Hinari
Hirschmann
Hisawa
HNE
Houstion
Humax
Huth
Hypson
ID Digital
Imex
Ingelen
International
Interstar
Intervision
ITT/Nokia
JEEMON
Johansson
JOK
JVC
Kamm
Kathrein
241
305
116
036
036
118
Kathrein Eurostar
Key West
Klap
Konig
Kosmos
KR
Kreiselmeyer
K-SAT
Kyostar
L&S Electronic
Lasat
Lemon
Lenco
Lenson
Lexus
Lifesat
002
Lorenzen
Lupus
044
004
097
095
004
068
004
050
071
071
111
004
059
167
022
060
088
109
004
022
285
110
062
323
044
093
042
082
057
305
048
051
071
046
008
074
240
040
076
052
045
083
078
053
053
076
020
060
002
083
045
078
005
045
087
117
046
065
046
060
045
062
053
071
298
083
056
051
004
003
022
095
313
044
045
056
053
092
095
020
004
045
045
044
160
078
004
334
050
077
004
005
045
049
Manufacturer Code
053 055 057 104 001 038
002
047
076
037
079
001
091
126
036
049
158
043
098
037
156
106
052
327 328 335 336
108 118
064
305
050
097
094
130
049
044
300
112
065
313 331 334 001 141
002 036 128
329 340 003 037
160 291 308 337 002
049 071 088 089 274
334 009 036 039 040
116 125 126 139
049 059 065 080 087 088
144 289 298 326 008 039
106 113 119 127 145 246
313 331
081 166
001
069
020
084
297
106
111
022
162
305
118
050 051 059 061
164 165 236 237
313 331 006 037
140
157 001 135
053
003 036 041 132
001 109
086
021
089
040
001
001 105
022 049 050 053 056
090 092 153 156 340
129
041
007
053
094
119
274
017 065 144 272 001
063 078 080 083 085
007 038 041 042 106
129
096
090
305
305
100
001
156
313
313
161
042
168
331
324 331 001 041
004
044
159
331
005
056
169
040
010
057
287
120
015
066
288
130
016
077
305
136
020
092
308
139
329
308 003 128 129 130
097 001 106
022 001 040
095 001 036
049
045 047 049 053 087 088
005 039 107 131 132 133
044 049 053 078 088 093
003 036 128 134
001 050
045
039
053
088
047
135
078
001
049 052 088 157
145 147 150
101
039
Satellite
Luxor
050
306
M&B
052
Manata
004
Manhattan
056
118
Mascom
092
Maspro
004
162
118
Matsui
020
001
Max
053
MB
052
Mediabox
048
Mediasat
048
Medion
004
145
Medison
004
Mega
077
Melectronic
057
Memphis
322
Metronic
004
036
Metz
020
Micro
004
Micro electronic 004
Micro Technology 004
Micromaxx
049
Microtec
004
Minerva
051
MNet
296
Morgan's
004
133
Motorola
058
Multichoice
059
Multistar
308
Multitec
047
Muratto
082
Mysat
004
Navex
083
NEC
075
Network
076
Neuhaus
004
042
Neusat
004
NextWave
063
Nikko
004
Nokia
012
176
219
257
340
Nordmende
083
005
Nova
059
Novis
083
Octagon
078
119
Okano
308
Ondigital
032
Optex
274
Optus
048
Orbitech
047
036
Osat
084
Pace
008
163
284
040
Packsat
056
Palcom
086
105
Palladium
050
Palsat
047
Panasat
054
Panasonic
001
Panda
022
Patriot
045
Philips
011
072
095
240
Phoenix
076
Phonotrend
080
Pioneer
048
Predki
083
Preisner
045
Premier
048
Premiere
048
217
Profile
056
Prosat
080
105
Prosonic
101
Manufacturer Code
071 084 156 168 288 305
313 331 001 111
157
045 046 056 161
161 298 004 037 042 107
001
020
288
136
022
143
157
081
050
045
147
107
022 051 070 078 097
305 313 331 003 037
051 056 086 161 346
001 135
166
081 093 166 001 113
049 088 005 039 135
150
001 139
046
106
022
050
057 061 069 080 095
107 110
297 001 040
053
093 001 124
005 039 135 145 147 150
297 001 040
045 077 094 160 003 038
139
001
002
001
002
059
130 132
147
115 128
001 041
001 137
050 053 078 093 094 003
113
078
001
013
188
221
268
005
086
036
038
023
190
224
271
037
158
037
071
196
227
280
111
333
043
090
210
247
281
118
334
105
156
211
249
283
171
335
107
168
214
253
288
336
001 041
087 095 334 003 036 106
003
072
298
059
048
038 129 130
073
002 042 120
063
050 094 154 155 001
001
027
165
305
108
106
032
239
313
118
285
112
051
050
059
008
053
056
020
073
161
242
087
144
166
001
089
305 313 331 004 050
125
001 038
291
056
240
331
127
066 068 076
242 243 277
332 006 037
140
165 003 037 118 140
068 071 002 037 108
022
076
162
004
002
004
315
041
094
048
077
164
037
119
037
051
078
166
118
127
042
056
081
169
139
057
094
235
170
106 129
160
065 081 166 183 210 211
227 271 002 042 142
086 096 305 313 331 004
106 127 141
Appendix
Satellite
Pye
Quadral
Quelle
Radiola
Radix
Rainbow
Red Star
Redpoint
Rex
RFT
RITAR
Roadstar
Roch
Rover
Saba
Sagem
Sakura
Salora
Samsung
SAT
Sat Cruiser
Sat Partner
Sat Team
Satcom
Satec
Satelco
Satford
Satline
Satmaster
SatPartner
Satplus
Schacke
Schneider
Schwaiger
SCS
Sedea
Electronique
Seemann
SEG
Seleco
Septimo
Servi Sat
Siemens
Skantin
Skardin
Skinsat
SKR
SKY
Skymaster
Skymax
SkySat
SL
SM Electronic
Smart
Sony
SR
Starland
Starring
Strong
STVI
Sunny Sound
Sunsat
Sunstar
Super Sat
Supermax
Systec
Tandberg
Techniland
TechniSat
Technology
Technosat
Technowelt
Telanor
Manufacturer Code
051
049
096
003
044
077
009
256
095
049
093
334
077
288
004
046
004
044
158
124
102
087
071
006
050
063
050
004
052
117
004
049
085
096
085
083
129
047
095
047
150
045
157
246
044
045
088
049
186
261
135
167
061
004
020
004
093
050
004
058
004
104
223
147
077
004
045
004
004
048
045
004
083
049
193
248
331
046
049
004
045
055
063
045
285
085
347
154
194
302
059
063
045
285
056
161
039
053
001
060
003
097
088
001
066
311
105
079
139
089
172
001
080 086 088 094
341 342 343 344
106
001 040
097 116 203 213
174
106
113
078 080 154 002 106 139
049
053
161
141
001
305
288
019
082
096
056 061 076 078 100
333 339 004 107 118
043
313
306
275
098
331
002
308
003
002
111
314
105
119 127
137
001 036
114 115
053 085 157 309 334 002
135
076 001 118
088
001 117
001 117
006 036 041 106 107 128
056 164 004 039 145 147
047 052 053 061 076 094
006 120 122 135 144 146
062
093
052
189
263
003
083
199
334
038
088
206
004
113
101
215
036
116
157 184
225 258
039 041
334 001 042
046
022 160 294 297 001 040
001 113
014 034 047 052 080 096
157 182 199 202 205 212
229 262 267 003 106 135
001
047
078
047
044
244
002
001
001
059
198
270
005
274
088
093
049
139
050 052 053 335
001
001
011
155
195
345
043
117
047
173
220
004
045
001
038
147
041
062
201
291
036
060
140
133
088
210
299
039
186
216
305
106
187
227
312
128
189
228
313
141
088 002 038 133
048 050 067 077
175 179 181 191
251 259 264 301
116
053 061
300 001 105
Satellite
Telasat
Tele Piu
Teleciel
Telecom
Teledirekt
Telefunken
044
296
095
004
076
056
143
Teleka
050
003
Telesat
052
Telestar
047
Teletech
104
Televes
045
Tempo
063
Tensai
303
Tevion
004
Thomson
004
048
232
143
Thorn
305
Tioko
045
Tokai
077
Tonna
004
Triad
082
Triasat
050
Triax
004
318
Tristar
291
Turnsat
004
Twinner
004
UEC
059
Uher
047
Ultravox
298
Uniden
098
138
Unisat
045
Universum
020
101
Variosat
020
Vega
049
Ventana
077
Vestel
101
Viasat
066
Visionic
062
Visiosat
004
Viva
078
Vivid
064
Vortec
032
VTech
057
Wela
094
Welltech
047
WeTeKom
047
Winersat
083
Wintergarten
080
WINTERNITZ
279
Wisi
020
100
200
252
005
World
083
Worldsat
056
Xrypton
049
XSat
004
Zaunkonig
078
Zehnder
025
304
115
Zenith
058
Zinwell
065
Zodiac
095
Cabletime
305
Kenwood
305
Apollo
036
Aston
148
Brandt
143
Clemens Kamphus 129
CNT
107
Comtech
119
Cosat
042
Crown
038
Cybermaxx
150
Daeryung
116
Decca
121
Delega
105
Diamond
122
Diskxpress
110
Ditristrad
042
Dong Woo
132
Elekta
107
Emanon
036
Ep Sat
037
Eurodec
043
Eurospace
124
Manufacturer Code
052 053 157 001 135
161 334 338 003 036 118
053
038
053
048
078
106
157
050
089 092 095 162
116
001 135
001
050 002 037 149
005
024
053
233
039
026
056
234
135
028
081
242
145
030
158
335
147
031
230
037
150
044
231
043
313 331 003 037 108 118
001 120
050
003
091
044
319
085
114
001
045
320
003
115
126
050
002
037 042 117
128
091 316 317
040
045 046 001 149
064
278 293 305 313 331 001
077 087 002 038 119
022 044 051 053 090 098
001 040
022
001 139
056 100 041 042 147 148
321 334 001 036
001 115 082 100 114
050 052
305 313 324 331 001 041
288
022
116
209
254
037
050
178
218
255
040
053
185
219
256
114
082
190
220
265
115
089
191
222
266
094
197
226
318
088
066
044 049 057 082 088 101
308 318 005 039 107 110
130
001 106
313 331
313 331
Satellite
Finnsat
France Satellite/TV
Galaxi
GMI
GoldStar
Goodmans
Grothusen
Hanuri
Hitachi
Houston
Imperial
Innovation
Intertronic
ITT Nokia
JSR
Leng
Lennox
LG
Life
Lifetec
Lion
Lorraine
Lyonnaise
Macab
Marantz
Mediamarkt
Microstar
Mitsubishi
Mitsumi
Morgan Sydney
Next Wave
Nomex
Oceanic
Orbit
Origo
Otto Versand
Pacific
Paltec
Polsat
Polytron
Priesner
Profi
Promax
Protek
Provision
Quiero
Rediffusion
Redstar
Ruefach
Sabre
Silva
Sky Digital
Skyvision
Start Trak
Sumida
Tandy
Tantec
Tatung
TCM
Teco
Telemaster
Telemax
Telewire
Thorens
TPS
Unitor
Variostat
Vector
Via Digital
Vivanco
Wevasat
Wewa
Woorisat
043
125
110
038
128
037
036
107
037
042
127
039
038
037
042
041
042
128
145
039
124
128
043
043
139
038
039
037
133
149
146
151
122
114
124
040
122
112
043
120
038
134
037
122
107
043
137
039
134
037
128
140
042
036
038
106
037
121
039
038
107
131
042
122
102
041
040
124
024
152
037
037
107
Manufacturer Code
119
Satellite
Reciever
Hauppauge
018 029
127
128
118
141
135 145 147 150
111 118
135 145 147 150
135 145 147 150
040 143
124
Cable Box
Filmnet
Filmnet Cablecrypt
Filmnet Comcrypt
Finlux
Foxtel
France Telecom
Freebox
GEC
General
Instrument
Gooding
Grundig
Hirschmann
ITT Nokia
Jerrold
JVC
Macab
Maspro
Matsui
Minerva
Mnet
Movie Time
Mr Zapp
Multichoice
Nokia
Noos
Palladium
Philips
Pioneer
PVP Stereo Visual
Matrix
Sagem
SAT
Scientific Atlanta
Starcom
Tele+1
Telepiu
Torx
United Cable
Universum
Videoway
Visiopass
Wittenberg
Manufacturer Code
376
353 369
353
355
378
371 372 377
379
351
367 375
372
380
359
375
353
369
375
364
354
365
355
380
SAT/DVD
Humax
Manufacturer Code
005 (SAT)/048 (DVD)
354
380
355
355
356
354
372
354
354
354
369
361
377
376
355
377
354
354
380
364
354
362 364 367 375
377
376
363 371 372 377
357 358
377
360
369 376
376
355
371 372 377
050 118 125
135 145 147 150
133
110
Manufacturer Code
Satellite
Reciever/
Recorder
Humax
Kathrein
005
033
Cable Box
ABC
Alcatel
Amstrad
Arcon
Axis
Cabletime
Clyde Cablevision
Comcrypt
Cryptovision
Fidelity
Manufacturer Code
375
373 374
378 380
380
380
348 349 350 366 368 370
351
376
352
380
Manufacturer Code
53
Appendix
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Solution
• No power.
• Make sure the Display and AVC System are connected correctly (Page 9).
• Check if you pressed TV B on the remote control unit.
If the indicator on the Display lights up red, press TV B.
• Is the AC cord disconnected?
• Check if you pressed a on the Display.
• The TV cannot be operated.
• External influences such as lightning, static electricity, etc., may cause improper operation. In
this case, operate the TV after first turning off the power of the Display and AVC System, or
unplugging the AC cord and re-plugging it in after one or two minutes.
• Remote control unit does not operate.
•
•
•
•
• Picture is cut off.
• Is the image position correct?
• Are screen mode adjustments (WIDE MODE) such as picture size made correctly? (Pages 38 and 46)
• Strange colour, light colour, or dark
colour, or colour misalignment.
• Adjust the picture tone.
• Is the room too bright? The picture may look dark in a room that is too bright.
• Check the “Colour System” setting (Pages 36 and 41).
• Power is suddenly turned off.
• The TV’s internal temperature has increased.
Remove any objects blocking the vent or clean.
• Is the “Sleep Timer” set? Select “Off” from the “Sleep Timer” menu (Page 33).
• Is “No Signal Off” or “No Operation Off” activated?
• No picture.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• The message “LOSS OF SYNC” is
displayed.
• Is the HDMI cable between the Display and AVC System properly connected? (Pages 8 and 9)
• No sound.
• Is the volume too low?
• Make sure that headphones are not connected.
• Check if you pressed e on the remote control unit.
• The TV sometimes makes a cracking
sound.
• This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and contracts
according to changes in temperature. This does not affect the TV’s performance.
Are batteries inserted with polarity (e, f) aligned?
Are batteries worn out? (Replace with new batteries.)
Are you using it under strong or fluorescent lighting?
Is a fluorescent light illuminating to the remote control sensor?
Are connections to external equipment correct? (Pages 22–24)
Is the input signal type selected correctly after connection? (Page 41)
Is the correct input source selected? (Page 17)
Is a non-compatible signal being input? (Page 49)
Is the picture adjustment correct? (Pages 31–32)
Is the antenna connected properly? (Page 9)
Is “On” selected in “Audio Only”? (Page 39)
Cautions regarding use in high and low temperature environments
• When the TV is used in a low temperature space (e.g. room, office), the picture may leave trails or appear slightly delayed.
This is not a malfunction, and the TV will recover when the temperature returns to normal.
• Do not leave the TV in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the TV in a location exposed to direct sunlight or near a
heater, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction.
Storage temperature: e5 °C to e35 °C.
Information on the software license for this product
Software composition
The software included in this product is comprised of various software components whose individual copyrights are held by
SHARP or by third parties.
Software developed by SHARP and open source software
The copyrights for the software components and various relevant documents included with this product that were developed
or written by SHARP are owned by SHARP and are protected by the Copyright Act, international treaties, and other relevant
laws. This product also makes use of freely distributed software and software components whose copyrights are held by
third parties. These include software components covered by a GNU General Public License (hereafter GPL), a GNU Lesser
General Public License (hereafter LGPL) or other license agreement.
Obtaining source code
Some of the open source software licensors require the distributor to provide the source code with the executable software
components. GPL and LGPL include similar requirements. For information on obtaining the source code for the open source
software and for obtaining the GPL, LGPL, and other license agreement information, visit the following website:
http://www.sharp-eu.com/gpl/
We are unable to answer any questions about the source code for the open source software. The source code for the
software components whose copyrights are held by SHARP is not distributed.
Acknowledgements
The following open source software components are included in this product:
• linux kernel • busy box • uClibc • zlib • libpng • libjpeg
54
Appendix
Updating your TV via DVB-T
Ensure that your TV software version is always up to
date. From time to time SHARP will make updated TV
base software and DVB software available.
Digital Setup
Download Setup
Searching for updates*
Information
Receiver Report
Display reports regarding failures and changes for
timer settings.
Reset
If complex adjustments are made so that the settings
cannot be restored to normal, you can reset the
settings to the factory preset values.
* All countries except UK and Sweden are set to “No”
for this function.
The TV automatically determines whether a new
software version is available when the TV is in standby
mode.
Item
Yes: Automatically searches for new software updates
available when the TV is in standby mode.
No: Does not search for update information.
Now: Checks if there is new software immediately.
Downloading the software
You can select the method of update.
1 If the software is updated, the confirmation
message “New download information has been
detected.” appears.
Setup
Reset
1
2
Go to “MENU” > “Setup” > “Reset”.
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press OK.
• “Now, TV will restart automatically. OK?” displays on
the screen.
3
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press OK.
• “Now initialising...” displays on the screen and blinks.
• After the reset has completed, the main power shuts
off and then comes back on. The screen will have
returned to its original settings.
• If the TV receives the update service while in standby
mode, a confirmation message displays after turning
on the power.
2
Now initialising...
Follow the screen prompts.
Item
Yes: Starts downloading immediately. It takes
approximately one hour to update. You cannot carry
out other operations while downloading.
• Cancels the download by pressing OK on the remote
control unit when “Discontinue” is displayed on the
screen during the update.
No: Starts downloading automatically several minutes
after entering standby mode.
NOTE
• The TV must remain in standby mode for download. Do not
turn off the main power using a on the Display.
• Updating the software may take some time.
Information
Message List
When new software is detected, you can confirm the
update information and download the software from
“Message List”.
NOTE
Identification
Setup
Identification
You can check the TV ID on the screen for reporting to
customer service.
Picture maintenance
When you use your TV for a long period of time,
colour shading on the screen may appear due to
degradation of the LED backlight. You can control the
colour shading after performing “Picture maintenance”
in “Identification”, following the guide display on the
screen.
NOTE
• This function allows you to control the colour shading.
Therefore, the brightness of the screen may reduced.
• When the TV succeeds at downloading new software,
the message is updated in the “Message List” of the
“Information” menu.
• The software update will not be carried out if there is no
new software available at the specified download time.
55
Appendix
Updating your TV via USB
6
The TV displays a confirmation screen while
checking the data in the inserted USB device.
Setup
Software Update
This function allows you to update to the latest
software using a USB device.
You must update the software individually for both the
Display and AVC System through the USB terminal
located on each.
1 Press MENU and the “MENU” screen displays.
2 Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3 Press a/b to select “Software Update”, and
then press OK.
Checking
CAUTION
• If the data is not compatible with the system, an error
message appears on the screen. Repeat steps 5 and 6
after pressing OK.
• When an error message displays, check to see if:
• The USB device is inserted firmly.
• The USB device is inserted in the USB terminal of the device
you selected in step 4.
• The USB memory has two or more software update files.
• No data for updating the system exists in the USB memory.
• The software update file is broken.
• The software update file is not compatible with your TV’s
software.
• The current system is same as the system update data.
Setup
Auto Installation
Programme Setup
Child Lock
Software Update
7
Identification
Wireless power link
[Power always on]
Reset
4
8
The TV displays the software version information
after checking the data.
Press c/d to select “Yes” to update the
system, and then press OK.
Press c/d to select the device you want to
update, and then press OK.
Yes
AVC system
Monitor
Item
AVC system: Select “AVC system” when you want to
update the system for the AVC system.
Monitor: Select “Monitor” when you want to update the
system for the Display.
5
9
No
Press OK to automatically reset and start the
update opration.
NOTE
• This operation may take a while.
The TV starts updating the system
A confirmation message appears on the
screen after completing the update and then
automatically restarts the TV. Press OK to
complete the operation.
Press OK and then insert the USB device
containing the software update file.
CLEARING THE PIN
1
2
Go to “MENU” > “Setup”.
Press a/b to select “Auto Installation”,
“Programme Setup”, “Child Lock” or “Reset”,
and then press OK. The PIN input window will
display.
3
Press and hold both Pr and ik on the
Display simultaneously until the message
appears on the screen.
CAUTION
• Be sure to insert the USB device correctly into the terminal
of device you select in step 4.
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Appendix
Specifications
Item
52o LCD COLOUR TV, Model: LC52XS1E (Display), TU-X1E (AVC
System)
65o LCD COLOUR TV, Model: LC65XS1E (Display), TU-X1E (AVC
System)
LCD panel
52o Advanced Super View & BLACK TFT LCD
65o Advanced Super View & BLACK TFT LCD
Resolution
2,073,600 pixels (1,920 g 1,080)
Video Colour System
PAL/SECAM/NTSC 3.58/NTSC 4.43/PAL 60
TV Function
TV-Standard
Receiving
Channel
Analogue
CCIR (B/G, I, D/K, L/L’)
Digital
DVB-T (2K/8K OFDM), DVB-C, S/S2
VHF/UHF
E2–E69 ch, F2–F10 ch, I21–I69 ch, IR A–IR J ch (Digital: IR A ch–E69 ch)
CATV
TV-Tuning System
STEREO/BILINGUAL
Hyper-band, S1–S41 ch
Auto Preset 999 ch: non-Nordic / 9999 ch: Nordic (ATV: 99 ch), Auto Label, Auto Sort
NICAM/A2
Brightness
450 cd/m2
Backlight life
60,000 hours (when “Backlight” is set to the default position)
Viewing angles
H: 176°, V: 176°
Audio amplifier
7.5 W g 2, 15 W (subwoofer)
50 mm g 120 mm g 2, Ø 26 mm g 2, Ø 77 mm g 1
Speaker
Terminals
(AVC System)
Front
Rear
EXT4
15 pin mini D-sub, Ø 3.5 mm jack
HDMI3 (EXT7)
HDMI
EXT8
S-VIDEO (Y/C input), RCA pin (AV input)
C.I. (Common
Interface)
EN50221, R206001
Headphones
Ø 3.5 mm jack (Audio output)
Antenna input
UHF/VHF 75 q Din type (Analogue & Digital)
RS-232C
D-Sub 9 pin male connector
EXT1
SCART (AV input, Y/C input, RGB input, TV output)
EXT2
SCART (AV input/monitor output, Y/C input, AV Link, RGB input)
EXT3
COMPONENT IN: Y/PB(CB)/PR(CR), RCA pin (AUDIO R/L)
HDMI1 (EXT5)
HDMI, Ø 3.5 mm jack
HDMI2 (EXT6)
HDMI
USB
USB
Satellite 75 q F type (DVB-S1/S2)
DIGITAL AUDIO Optical S/PDIF Digital audio output
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
RCA pin (AUDIO R/L)
DISPLAY OUTPUT HDMI
Terminal (Display)
DC OUTPUT
DC 5V 1.8A MAX
USB
USB
DISPLAY INPUT HDMI
DC OUTPUT
DC 5V, 1.8A MAX
SPEAKER
OUTPUT
L/R, WOOFER
OSD language
Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian,
Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian
Power Requirement
AC 220–240 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption (Method IEC62087)
LC-52XS1E
294 W (1.0 W Standby) LC-65XS1E
512 W (1.0 W Standby)
TU-X1E
49 W (0.5 W Standby)
49 W (0.5 W Standby)
Weight
45.0 kg (Display), 3.8 kg (AVC System)
Operating temperature
0 °C to e40 °C
TU-X1E
62.5 kg (Display), 3.8 kg (AVC System)
• As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product improvement without prior
notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of production units. There may be some deviations from these values in individual units.
NOTE
• Refer to the inside back cover for dimensional drawings.
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End of life disposal
A. Information on Disposal for Users (private households)
1. In the European Union
Attention: If you want to dispose of this equipment, please do not use the ordinary dust bin!
Attention: Your product
is marked with this
symbol. It means that
used electrical and
electronic products
should not be mixed
with general household
waste. There is a
separate collection
system for these
products.
Used electrical and electronic equipment must be treated separately and in accordance with legislation that requires
proper treatment, recovery and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment.
Following the implementation by member states, private households within the EU states may return their used
electrical and electronic equipment to designated collection facilities free of charge*. In some countries* your local
retailer may also take back your old product free of charge if you purchase a similar new one.
*) Please contact your local authority for further details.
If your used electrical or electronic equipment has batteries or accumulators, please dispose of these separately
beforehand according to local requirements.
By disposing of this product correctly you will help ensure that the waste undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery
and recycling and thus prevent potential negative effects on the environment and human health which could otherwise
arise due to inappropriate waste handling.
2. In other Countries outside the EU
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal.
For Switzerland: Used electrical or electronic equipment can be returned free of charge to the dealer, even if you don’t
purchase a new product. Further collection facilities are listed on the homepage of www.swico.ch or www.sens.ch.
B. Information on Disposal for Business Users
1. In the European Union
If the product is used for business purposes and you want to discard it:
Please contact your SHARP dealer who will inform you about the take-back of the product. You might be charged for
the costs arising from take-back and recycling. Small products (and small amounts) might be taken back by your local
collection facilities.
For Spain: Please contact the established collection system or your local authority for take-back of your used
products.
2. In other Countries outside the EU
If you wish to discard of this product, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Information on Battery Disposal
For EU: The crossed-out wheeled bin implies that used batteries should not be put to the general household waste!
There is a separate collection system for used batteries, to allow proper treatment and recycling in accordance with
legislation. Please contact your local authority for details on the collection and recycling schemes.
For Switzerland: The used battery is to be returned to the selling point.
For other non-EU countries: Please contact your local authority for correct method of disposal of the used battery.
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Rating table for Child Lock
Broadcasted
rating
Useradjusted rating
AGE
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Universal viewing
✔
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Parental approval pref.
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
X-rated
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Broadcasted
rating
Universal viewing
Parental approval pref.
X-rated
Universal viewing
—
—
—
Parental approval pref.
✔
—
—
X-rated
✔
✔
—
Useradjusted rating
Abbreviation list
Abbreviated term
Stands for
ATV
Analogue TV
CEC
Consumer Electronics Control
DNR
Digital Noise Reduction
DTV
Digital TV
DVB-C
Digital Video Broadcasting-Cable
DVB-S
Digital Video Broadcasting-Satellite
DVB-T
Digital Video Broadcasting-Terrestrial
DVI
Digital Visual Interface
EPG
Electronic Pogramme Guide
HDCP
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
HDMI
High-Definition Multimedia Interface
MHEG
Multimedia and Hypermedia Expert Group
MPEG
Moving Picture Experts Group
OSD
On Screen Display
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation
SAT
Satellite
USB
Universal Serial Bus
WSS
Wide Screen Signalling
WYSIWYR
What You See Is What You Record
59
Memo
60
54.0 / 54,0
47.1 / 47,1
( 1528.0 ) / [ 1243.0 ]
( 1528,0 ) / [ 1243,0 ]
22.8 / 22,8
( 598,0) / [ 511,0 ]
( 598.0) / [ 511.0 ]
( 804.0 ) / [ 652.0]
( 804,0 ) / [ 652,0]
( 933,0 ) / [ 765,0 ]
( 933.0 ) / [ 765.0 ]
113.0
113,0
( 1046.0 ) / [ 878.0 ]
( 1046,0 ) / [ 878,0 ]
( 1429.0 ) / [ 1156.0 ]
( 1429,0 ) / [ 1156,0 ]
( 1312.0 ) / [ 1075.0 ]
56.6 / 56,6
( 1312,0 ) / [ 1075,0 ]
60.4 / 60,4
[ 200.0 ]
[ 200,0 ]
( 400.0)
( 400,0)
400.0
400,0
(
) : LC-65XS1E
[
] : LC-52XS1E
: LC-52XS1E/65XS1E
SPECIAL NOTE FOR USERS IN THE U.K.
The mains lead of this product is fitted with a non-rewireable (moulded) plug incorporating a 13A fuse. Should the
fuse need to be replaced, a BSI or ASTA approved BS 1362 fuse marked
or )5) and of the same rating as above,
which is also indicated on the pin face of the plug, must be used.
Always refit the fuse cover after replacing the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover fitted.
In the unlikely event of the socket outlet in your home not being compatible with the plug supplied, cut off the mains
plug and fit an appropriate type.
: TU-X1E
DANGER:
The fuse from the cut-off plug should be removed and the cut-off plug destroyed immediately and disposed of in a
safe manner.
Under no circumstances should the cut-off plug be inserted elsewhere into a 13A socket outlet, as a serious electric
shock may occur.
To fit an appropriate plug to the mains lead, follow the instructions below:
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this product may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
• The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the plug terminal which is marked N or coloured black.
• The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the plug terminal which is marked L or coloured red.
Ensure that neither the brown nor the blue wire is connected to the earth terminal in your three-pin plug.
Before replacing the plug cover make sure that:
• If the new fitted plug contains a fuse, its value is the same as that removed from the cut-off plug.
• The cord grip is clamped over the sheath of the mains lead, and not simply over the lead wires.
IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT, CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
71.0
71,0
IMPORTANT:
318.3
318,3
430.0
328.9
430,0
328,9
Printed in Japan
Gedruckt in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
Stampato in Giappone
Gedrukt in Japan
Impreso en Japón
Impresso no Japão
PIN
TINS-D825WJN1
1
08P12-JA-KG
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
LCD-FARBFERNSEHGERÄT
TÉLÉVISEUR COULEUR À ÉCRAN
CRISTAUX LIQUIDES (LCD)
TELEVISORE A COLORI LCD
LCD-KLEURENTELEVISIE
OPERATION MANUAL
TELEVISIÓN EN COLOR LCD
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
TELEVISOR DE CRISTAL LÍQUIDO
MODE D’EMPLOI
MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI
GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
MANUAL DE MANEJO
MANUAL DE OPERAÇÃO
NEDERLANDS
LCD COLOUR TELEVISION
ESPAÑOL
OPERATION MANUAL / BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG / MODE D’EMPLOI / MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI / GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING / MANUAL DE MANEJO /
MANUAL DE OPERAÇÃO
SHARP CORPORATION
TU-X1E
PORTUGUÊS
D825WJN1
Sonninstraße 3, D-20097 Hamburg
ENGLISH
LC-52XS1E/65XS1E
TU-X1E
SHARP ELECTRONICS (Europe) GmbH
LC-52XS1E
LC-65XS1E