Marantz LC1500 User guide

R
Model LC1500 User Guide
LCD TV/Monitor
RECORD YOUR MODEL NUMBER
(Now, while you can see it)
The model and serial number of your new TV are located
on the back of the TV cabinet. For your future convenience, we suggest that you record these numbers here:
MODEL
NO.____________________________________
SERIAL
NO.____________________________________
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING :
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING :
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
NOTE TO CABLE/TV INSTALLER:
This reminder is provided to call the cable TV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of
the National Electric Code (U.S.A.). The code provides guidelines for proper grounding and,
in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of
the building, as close to the point of the cable entry as practical.
REGULATORY INFORMATION:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION:
Do not attempt to modify this product in any way without written authorization from
MARANTZ Unauthorized modification could void the user’s authority to operate this product.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should
be read before the product is operated.
2. Follow Instructions
All operating and use instructions should be followed.
3. Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
4. Heed Warnings
All warnings on the product and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
5. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
6. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water - for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
7. Accessories
Do not place this product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult,
and serious damage to the product. Use only
with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the
product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should
use a mounting accessory recommended by the
manufacturer.
8. Transporting Product
A product and cart combination should be
moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may cause the product
and cart combination to overturn.
INTRODUCTION
Important safeguards for you and your new product
Your product has been manufactured and tested with your safety in mind. However, improper use
can result in potential electrical shock or fire hazards. To avoid defeating the safeguards that have
been built into your new product, please read and observe the following safety points when
installing and using your new product, and save them for future reference.
Observing the simple precautions discussed in this booklet can help you get many years of enjoyment and safe operation that are built into your new product.
This product complies with all applicable U.S. Federal safety requirements, and those of the
Canadian Standards Association.
9. Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by
the product manufacturer as they may cause
hazards.
10. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided
for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of
the product and to protect it from overheating,
and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by
placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other
similar surface. This product should not be
placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have been
adhered to.
11. Power Sources
This product should be operated only from the
type of power source indicated on the marking
label. If you are not sure of the type of power
supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended to operate from battery power, or other
sources, refer to the operating instructions.
12. Line-Cord Polarization
This product is equipped with a three-wire
grounding type alternating-current line plug (a
plug having one blade wider than the other).
This plug will fit into the power outlet only one
way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to
insert the plug fully into the outlet, contact your
electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do
not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
plug.
13. Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that
they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by
items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the product.
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PORTABLE CART WARNING
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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14. Outdoor Antenna Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or
cable system is grounded so as to provide some
protection against voltage surges and built-up
static charges. Article 810 of the National
Electrical Code (U.S.A.), ANSI/ NFPA 70 provides information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure,
grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for the
grounding electrode.
Example of Grounding According to National
Electrical Code Instructions
Ground Clamp
Antenna Lead in Wire
Antenna Discharge Unit
(NEC Section 810-20)
Electric Service
Equipment
Grounding Conductor
(NEC Section 810-21)
Ground Clamps
Power Service Grounding
Electrode System (NEC
Art 250, Part H)
NEC - National Electrical Code
15. Lightning
For added protection for this product (receiver)
during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the
antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and powerline surges.
16. Power Lines
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or
other electric light or power circuits, or where it
can fall into such power lines or circuits. When
installing an outside antenna system, extreme
care should be taken to keep from touching
such power lines or circuits as contact with them
might be fatal.
17. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords
as this can result in a risk of fire or electric
shock.
18. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this product
through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result
in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of
any kind on the product.
19. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself
as opening or removing covers may expose you
to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
20. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and
refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
a. If the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product.
c. If the product has been exposed to rain or
water.
d. If the product does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions as an improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often
require extensive work by a qualified technician
to restore the product to its normal operation.
e. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. If the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance.
21. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure
the service technician has used replacement
parts specified by the manufacturer or have the
same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazards.
22. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
product, ask the service technician to perform
safety checks to determine that the product is in
proper operating condition.
23. Wall or Ceiling Mounting
The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
24. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other products (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
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3
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10
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Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
antenna
external equipment
DVD player
DTV
13
14
16
17
3
Connecting PC as monitor
Function checking in PC mode
18
20
Using remote control
Turning on the set
Function checking in TV mode
Setting language
Closed caption function
Parental control function
Programming / Erasing channels
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23
24
25
26
30
32
5
Setting
Setting
Setting
Setting
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36
38
40
6
Adjusting audio condition
Adjusting video condition
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44
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Product specifications
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INTRODUCTION
Safety warnings
Important safety instructions
Controls
Basic composition of LCD TV
CONNECTION
1
Before operating the
set, please read this
manual carefully.
BASIC
FUNCTIONS
CLOCK
SETTING
current time
Off-Timer function
On-Timer function
sleep time function
AUDIO /
VIDEO
4
INFORMATION
INDEX
PC
CONNECTION
CONTENTS
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Controls
Front of the set
On indicator
Power button
Remote control sensor
* Remove vinyl coating for protection from staining before using.
Bac k of the set
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INTRODUCTION
Front control panel
Volume buttons
Menu button
TV/Video button
Power button
Enter button
Channel buttons
On indicator
Remote control sensor
Connecting por ts
DC 12V
PC/DTV INPUT
ANT IN
+75 Ω
Power input
COMPONENT INPUT(480i)
CB
PC / D-TV input
Antenna input
CR
H/P
S-VIDEO
VIDEO (MONO) L
IN
AUDIO R
Audio/Video
Headphone
input
jack
S-Video input
Component input
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Controls
Remote Control
POWER BUTTON
NUMBER BUTTONS
FLASHBK BUTTON
MENU BUTTON
CHANNEL (5,∞
∞) BUTTONS
TV/PC BUTTON
● Press the FLASHBK button to view the last
programme you were watching.
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INTRODUCTION
TV/VIDEO b utton
on Remote Control
TV/VIDEO BUTTON
PAGE 15~19
* Each press of this button changes the mode
as below.
CC BUTTON
PAGE 28
MUTE BUTTON
ENTER BUTTON
PAGE 43
VIDEO
DVD
S-VIDEO
* VIDEO, S-VIDEO, DVD : Select each mode
for watching the corresponding external
equipment.
VOLUME (2, 3) BUTTONS
SLEEP BUTTON
TV programs
/ Cable TV
PAGE 40
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Basic composition of LCD TV
Accessor ies
Hole
Table style stand
AC Adaptor
Remote Control
RC1500LC
1.5V
1.5V
Batteries
Power cord
PC signal cable
Warranty Card
(For USA)
User guide
Warranty Card
(For CANADA)
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* Please make sure to connect the power plug to the wall outlet socket after connecting the TV to the adaptor.
a. Install the LCD TV in the correct using the installation accessories. Refer to page 12, 13.
b. Connect the antenna cable to the antenna input port of the set.
c. Connect the adaptor to the power input port of the set.
d. Connect the power plug to the wall outlet socket after connecting the power cord to the adaptor.
a
b
c
d
Note : If TV/monitor is cold, there may be a small “flicker” when turned on.
This is normal, there is nothing wrong with TV/monitor.
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INTRODUCTION
Watching TV prog r ams
Basic composition of LCD TV
Installations
* For safety, use with table style stand only.
a. Place the table stand in the position you wish to install the set.
b. Put the set in the table stand.
*
When you assemble the TV set with table style stand, please match the stick of TV set to the hole of the
table style stand so as not to allow movement of the joint.
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Connecting antenna
* To get better picture quality, adjust the direction of antenna.
Connecting to w all antenna soc k et
CONNECTION
● In case of wall antenna socket in apartment houses, connect the antenna cable as shown below.
(Use the correct type of antenna cable to the type of wall antenna socket.)
Turn clock arise to
tighten.
75Ω round cable
bronze wire
DC 12V
ANT IN
+75 Ω
PC/DTV INPUT
C
300Ω flat cable
antenna
converter
Apartments
antenna input port
wall connecting port
* In case of 75Ω round cable, insert the bronze wire and then tighten the connecting nut.
And in case of 300Ω flat cable, connect the twisted wire to the antenna converter and
then connect the converter to the antenna input port.
* When using 75Ω round cable, do not bend bronze. It may cause poor picture quality.
Connecting to outdoor antenna
● This type of antenna is usually used at common private houses.
Turn clock arise to
tighten.
VHF antenna
UHF
antenna
75Ω round cable
bronze wire
DC 12V
ANT IN
+75 Ω
PC/DTV INPUT
C
300Ω flat cable
antenna
converter
Private house
* In poor signal area, you can get better
picture quality if you install the antenna like the figure as shown right.
* If an antenna is divided to two TV
sets, use “signal divider” for connecting.
VHF
UHF
antenna input port
DC 12V
ANT IN
+75 Ω
PC/DTV INPUT
signal
amplifier
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C
Connecting external equipment
* TV screen is automatically converted to TV mode by pressing the channel (5
5,∞
∞) buttons, flashbk or number
buttons (0~9) when using VIDEO.
* Please connect to other AV equipment by using input ports of the set.
Connecting VCR
1
How to connect
● Connect the audio/video output ports of VCR to the corresponding input ports of the set.
DC 12V
ANT IN
+75 Ω
PC/DTV INPUT
COMPONENT INPUT(480i)
CB
H/P
S-VIDEO
CR
VIDEO (MONO) L
IN
AUDIO R
Antenna cable
shapes
2
or
Antenna
converter
Direct
connection
ANT IN
S-VIDEO
OUT
ANT OUT
< Back panel of VCR >
IN
CH3
CH4
(R) AUDIO (L)
VIDEO
1
2
How to use
Watching TV programs
Turn the set on and select the channel you want.
Watching VCR
a. Press tv/video button of the remote control to select [VIDEO].
* Select the channel 3 or 4 if you use only connection 1 .
* Select VIDEO if you use connection 2 .
b. Insert a video tape into the VCR and press the PLAY button.
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Only w atching exter nal AV source
● Connect the audio/video output ports of external A/V equipment to the corresponding input ports of
the set.
DC 12V
ANT IN
+75 Ω
PC/DTV INPUT
COMPONENT INPUT(480i)
CB
H/P
CR
S-VIDEO
VIDEO (MONO) L
IN
AUDIO R
Camcorder
< TV connection panel >
VCR
Video Game set
< Back panel of
external equipment >
R AUDIO L
VIDEO
DVD
2
How to use
● Turn the set on and press TV/VIDEO button to select [VIDEO].
VIDEO
< On remote control >
● Try this after turning on the external AV equipment.
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CONNECTION
1
How to connect
Connecting DVD player
● Connect component video inputs to Y, CB, CR (480i) and audio inputs to right and left port of AV ports.
1
How to connect
DC 12V
ANT IN
+75 Ω
PC/DTV INPUT
COMPONENT INPUT(480i)
CB
H/P
S-VIDEO
CR
VIDEO (MONO) L
IN
AUDIO R
< TV connection panel >
< Back panel of DVD >
2
R AUDIO L
How to use
● Turn the set on and press TV/VIDEO button to select [DVD].
DVD
< On remote control >
● Try this after turning on the DVD set.
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Connecting DTV
* Make sure to select PC mode before operating.
DC 12V
PC/DTV INPUT
ANT IN
+75 Ω
COMPONENT INPUT(480i)
CB
H/P
S-VIDEO
CR
VIDEO (MONO) L
IN
CONNECTION
1
How to connect
AUDIO R
< TV connection panel >
R AUDIO L
H
V
R
G
or
B
R AUDIO L
< Back panel of DTV >
2
How to use
● Turn the set on and press TV/PC button to select [PC].
PC
< On remote control >
●
Try this after turning on the DTV set.
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Connecting PC as monitor
* Make sure to select PC mode on before operating.
1
How to connect
● Make sure to set resolution of the PC to be available before connecting. Refer to page 19.
● Connect the set to the PC with PC signal cable.
● Connect the audio ports to the PC to get PC sound.
DC 12V
ANT IN
+75 Ω
PC/DTV INPUT
COMPONENT INPUT(480i)
CB
CR
H/P
S-VIDEO
VIDEO (MONO) L
IN
AUDIO R
< TV connection panel >
< PC >
< Accessories >
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2
How to use
● Turn the set on and press TV/PC button to select [PC].
PC
CONNECTION
PC
< On remote control >
● Try this after turning on the PC.
Displayable Monitor Specification
MODE
VGA
SVGA
(MAC)
XGA
Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency(KHz)
Vertical
Frequency(Hz)
640x480
31.5KHz
60Hz
640x480
35KHz
67Hz
640x480
37.9KHz
72Hz
640x480
37.5KHz
75Hz
640x480
43.3KHz
85Hz
720x400
31.5KHz
70Hz
800x600
35.2KHz
56Hz
800x600
37.9KHz
60Hz
800x600
48.1KHz
72Hz
800x600
46.9KHz
75Hz
800x600
53.7KHz
85Hz
832x624
49.7KHz
75Hz
1024x768
48.4KHz
60Hz
1024x768
56.5KHz
70Hz
1024x768
60.2KHz
75Hz
1024x768
68.7KHz
85Hz
Note : If TV/monitor is cold, there may be a small “flicker” when turned on.
This is normal, there is nothing wrong with TV/monitor.
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Function checking in PC mode
* Make sure to select PC mode on before operating.
1
Press the MENU button. Each time you press the button you can see menus as below.
Contrast
Brightness
H-Poisition
V-Poisition
Clock
Phase
Auto
Reset
:
:
:
:
:
:
71
74
0
0
40
16
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
2
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to select a function you want to use.
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Using remote control
Inser ting batteries
2
Insert the batteries
with correct polarity.
3
Replace the battery
compartment cover.
remote control
sensor
BASIC
FUNCTIONS
1
Pull the battery cover
upward in the arrow
direction to remove.
* Apply two 1.5V alkaline batteries of AAA type. Don’t mix the used batteries with new batteries.
* Remove batteries when you don’t use the remote control for long time. Liquid leakage from
old battery may cause operation failure.
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Using remote control
Notes f or using remote contr ol
Make sure these are no
objects between the
remote control and its sensor.
Don’t place the remote control
near a heater or damp place.
Strong impact on remote control may cause operation failure.
Signal from the remote control may be disturbed by sun
light or other strong light. In
this case, turn the set to other
direction.
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Turning on the set
* First, connect antenna cable and power cord with the adaptor.
* Press the power button and you will get stable picture and sound in a few seconds.
1
Press the POWER button to turn the set on.
displayed only in
stereo signal
ST.
7
channel number
12:30 PM
displayed only if present
time display is set
BASIC
FUNCTIONS
2
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) or number buttons to select
a channel you want after memorizing received broadcasting signals in the local area.
● Direct selecting channels
Press number of the program as one or two digits with
number buttons.
ex: channel 7
7 or 07
● Refer to page 32 ~ 33 to memorize channels.
3
Adjust Volume level.
● Volume (3) button increases the level of sound.
● Volume (2) button decreases the level of sound.
Volume
3
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Function checking in TV mode
1
Press the MENU button. Each time you press the button you can see menus shown
below.
Language
Captions
Caption/Text
Parental Ctl
English
Off
CC1
Auto Program
Manual Program
Fine
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Clock
--:--AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
APC
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
100
100
85
0
7
Clear
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
MTS
AVL
DASP
Equalizer
Strero
Off
User
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
2
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to select a function you want to use.
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Setting language
Language
1
Press the MENU button to select the
screen display as below.
Language
Captions
Caption/Text
Parental Ctl
3
Press the ENTER button.
English
Off
CC1
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Language
Captions
Caption/Text
Parental Ctl
BASIC
FUNCTIONS
2
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select a language you want to adjust.
English
Off
CC1
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
● Each press of volume (2, 3) buttons
changes the screen display as below.
English
Español
Français
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Closed caption function
Closed captioning is a process which converts the audio portion of a television program into written words which
then appear on the television screen in a form similar to subtitles. Closed captions allow viewers to read the dialogue and narration of television programs.
Using Closed Captions
FOLLOW ME
Captions are the subtitles of the dialogue and narration of television programs. For prerecorded programs, program dialogue can
be arranged into captions in advance. It’s possible to caption a live
program by using a process called real-time captioning, which
creates captions instantly. Real-time captioning is normally done
by professional reporters using a machine shorthand system and
computer for translation into English.
Captioning is an effective system for the hearing-impaired, and it
can also aid in teaching language skills.
•
The picture at left shows a typical caption.
Caption Tips
•
•
•
Not all TV broadcasts include closed caption signals.
Sometimes TV stations broadcast four different caption signals on the same channel. By selecting FROM CC1
TO CC4, you can choose which signal you view. CC1 is usually the signal with the captions, while Another
mode might show demonstration or programming information.
Your TV might not receive caption signals normally in the following situations.
Poor reception conditions are encountered:
•
IGNITION:
Picture may flutter, drift, suffer from black spots or horizontal streaking. Usually caused by interference from
automobile ignition systems, neon lamps, electrical drills, and other electrical appliances.
•
GHOSTS:
Ghosts are caused when the TV signal splits and follows two paths. One is the direct path and the other is
reflected off tall buildings, hills or other objects. Changing the direction or position of the antenna may improve
reception.
•
SNOW:
If your receiver is located at the weak, fringe area of a TV signal, your picture may be marred by small dots.
It may be necessary to install a special antenna to improve the picture.
An old, bad, or illegally recorded tape is played.
Strong, random signals from a car or airplane interfere with the TV signal.
The signal from the antenna is weak.
The program wasn’t captioned when it was produced, transmitted, or taped.
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Oper ating the Caption
1
Press the MENU button to select the
screen display as below.
Language
Captions
Caption/Text
Parental Ctl
● Each time you press the volume (2, 3) buttons,
the caption mode is displayed one by one as
shown below.
English
Off
CC1
CAPTION CC1
CAPTION CC2
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
CAPTION CC3
CAPTION CC4
BASIC
FUNCTIONS
2
Press the channel (5
5,∞
∞) buttons to
select [Caption/Text].
CAPTION TEXT1
Language
Captions
Caption/Text
Parental Ctl
English
Off
CC1
CAPTION TEXT2
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
CAPTION TEXT3
CAPTION TEXT4
3
Press the volume (3) button.
Language
Captions
Caption/Text
Parental Ctl
English
Off
CC1
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
4
Press the ENTER button.
● This TV is programmed to remember which
mode it was last set to, even if you switch the
POWER off.
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Closed caption function
Oper ating the Caption
1
Press the CC button to select
[Captions].
Captions
Off
Use 2 3 And ENTER
2
Press the volume (2, 3) buttons to select [On] and press the ENTER button.
● Each press of volume (2, 3) buttons changes the screen display as below.
Off
On
EZ Mute
● Captions function setting is Completed.
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Using the Text Function
1
Repeat the steps 1-2 at page 27.
2
Press the volume (2, 3) buttons to select [Text 1], [Text 2], [Text 3] or [Text 4].
Language
Captions
Caption/Text
Parental Ctl
BASIC
FUNCTIONS
Text services give a wide variety of information on all kind of subjects (ex. captioned program lists, weather forecasts, stock exchange topics, news for hearing-impaired---) through
the half TV screen.
But not all stations offer text services, even though they might offer captioning.
English
Off
Text1
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
3
Press the ENTER button.
● In the event you receive a poor signal, an empty black box may appear and disappear, even when the text
mode is selected. This is normal function in such an event.
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Parental control function
The Parental Control Function (V-Chip) is used to block program viewing based on the ratings sent by the
broadcast station. The default setting is to allow all programs to be viewed. Viewing can be blocked by the
type of program and by the categories chosen to be blocked. It is also possible to block all program viewing
for a time period. To use the Parental Control Function, the following must be set :
1. Ratings and categories to be blocked.
2. Number of hours to lock the television viewing control
3. Set a password
4. Enable the lock
V-Chip rating and categories
Rating guidelines are provided by broadcast stations. Most television programs and television movies can
be blocked by TV Rating and/or Individual Categories. Movies that have been shown at the theaters or directto-video movies use the Movie Rating System(MPAA) only.
For Movies previously shown in theaters:
Movie Ratings:
* Unblocked
* G and Above
* PG and Above
* PG-13 and Above
* R and Above
* NC-17 and Above
*X
(general audience)
(parental guidance suggested)
(13 years and up)
(restricted)
(18 years and up)
(adult)
If you set PG-13 and Above ; G and PG movies will be available, PG-13, R, NC-17 and X will be
blocked.
For Television programs including made-for-TV movies:
General TV Ratings:
* Unblocked
* TV-G and Above
* TV-PG and Above
* TV-14 and Above
* TV-MA
(general audience) (individual categories do not apply)
(parental guidance suggested)
(14 years and up)
(mature audience)
Children TV Ratings:
* Unblocked
* TV-Y and Above
* TV-Y7
(youth) (individual content categories do not apply)
(youth, 7 years and up)
Content Categories:
* Dialog - sexual dialogue
* Language - adult language
* Sex scenes - sexual situations
* Violence
* F Violence - fantasy violence
* No Rating
(applies to TV-PG and Above, TV-14 and Above)
(applies to TV-PG and Above, TV-14 and Above, TV-MA)
(applies to TV-PG and Above, TV-14 and Above, TV-MA)
(applies to TV-PG, TV-14 and TV-MA)
(applies only to TV-Y7)
(blocks all viewing)
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Setting up Bloc king
Language
Captions
Caption/Text
Parental Ctl
4
English
Off
CC1
2
Language
Captions
Caption/Text
Parental Ctl
Press the MENU button to return from
[Age Block] or [Content Blk] setting
screens.
5
English
Off
CC1
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
3
the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
the types of blocking to be set.
the volume (2, 3) buttons to
the types of ratings to block.
● [MPAA], [Age] and/or [Content block] may
be set.
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select [Parental Ctl].
Press
select
Press
select
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select [Set Hours].
Press the volume (2, 3) buttons to set
the number of hours for the blocking.(Up to 99)
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select [Set Password].
Enter a four digit password. Enter it
again when requested.
● A new password may be chosen each time
blocking is set up.
Press the volume (3) button.
Aux. Block
MPAA
Age Block
Content Blk
Set Hours
Set Password
Lock On/Off
Sources Unblocked
Unblocked
00 Hours
2 3 To Set
Must Set Hours
6
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select [Lock On/Off].
Press the volume (2, 3) buttons to set
the lock [On].
Press the MENU button to save the
blocking setup and exit.
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
● If parental control is already set then enter
the password when requested.
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BASIC
FUNCTIONS
1
Press the MENU button to select the
screen display as below.
Programming / Erasing channels
Auto prog r amming channels
* This function can be operated only when the set can receive input signal from broadcasting stations and the antenna cable is connected.
* [Auto programming] function memorizes all the receiving channels of
terestrial TV signals or cable TV programs.
* If channels of general wireless TV and cable TV are duplicated,
press the number buttons (0 ~ 9) to change as
Cable TV
general wireless TV
1
Press the MENU button to select the screen display
as below.
Auto Program
Manual Program
Fine
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
2
Press the volume (3) button.
Auto Program
Stop
TV 7
89%
Scanning channel number
is displayed.
ENTER
* Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to check the memorized channels after auto programming is finished.
* If you press the ENTER button in auto programming,
the function will stop and only channels programming
up to that time will remain.
* Auto programming function can memorize only the
channels which are being received at that time.
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Right master page
Memor izing / Er asing current channel
*You can select [Add] or [Del] for the current channel.
1
Press the MENU button to select the
screen display as below. Then press
the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to select
[Manual Program].
3
Press
select
press
select
the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
a channel you want and then
the volume (2, 3) buttons to
[Memory] or [ Erase ].
Manual Program
TV 7
Memory
Erase
Auto Program
Manual Program
Fine
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
● Each time you press the volume (2, 3) buttons, you can select as below alternatively.
Memory
2
Erase
Press the volume (2, 3) buttons.
The current channel number is displayed.
4
Press the ENTER button.
● The current channel is to be added /
deleted.
Manual Program
TV 7
Memory
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
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BASIC
FUNCTIONS
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Setting current time
* If current time setting is erased by power failure or TV is unplugged, reset it.
To set current time as 10:30 AM
1
Press the MENU button to select the screen display
as below.
Clock
--:--AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
2
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to select [Clock ].
Clock
--:--AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
3
Press the volume (3) button.
Clock
00:00 AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
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5
●If you hold the 3 button, the hour display is
changed in the sequence of AM 1 ➔ AM 2
➔ ....PM12 ➔ PM 1 .... ➔ AM 12, and
changed in the reverse sequence for ∞ button.
● Select [AM 10].
● Press the ENTER button.
ST.SAP
7
10:30AM
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select current minute. And press the
ENTER button.
current channel
current sound
status
Press the volume (3) button.
Clock
10:00AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
6
To check current channel, time and
sound status (stereo or dual)
current time
● Press the ENTER button again to release.
* Current time is not displayed if current
time is not set.
* Stereo or dual sound is displayed only
when receiving the correspondent input
signal.
* Above displays disappear after a few seconds.
● If you hold the 3 button, the minute display
is changed in the sequence of 00 ➔ 01 ➔ 02
...58 ➔ 59, and changed in the reverse
sequence for 3 button.
● Select [30] and press the ENTER button to
complete the setting.
● Time is progressed from the point of pressing the ENTER button.
● Press the ENTER button again and the
screen display is disappears.
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CLOCK
SETTING
4
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select current hour.
Setting Off-Timer function
*Timer function can be operated only if current time has been already set.
*Off-timer function is prior to on-timer function if they are set to the same time.
Tur ning off at 11:30 PM by off-timer function
1
Press the MENU button to select the screen display
as below.
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
2
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to select [OffTimer].
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM
Off-Timer
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
Hold
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
3
Press the volume (3) button.
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM
Off-Timer
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
Hold
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 2 3 5∞ And ENTER
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5
● If you hold the 5 button, the hour display is
changed in the sequence of AM 1 ➔ AM 2
➔ ....PM12 ➔ PM 1 .... ➔ AM 12, and
changed in the reverse sequence for ∞ button.
● Select [PM 11].
7
Press the volume (3) button to select
[Hold] or [Run].
8
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select [Run].
Clock
10:30AM
11:00PM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
Hold
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Press the volume (3) button.
Clock
10:30AM
11:00PM
Off-Timer
Hold
--:--AM Hold
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 2 35∞ And ENTER
6
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select minute you want to set.
● If you hold the 5 button, the minute display
is changed in the sequence of 00 ➔ 01 ➔
02 ...58 ➔ 59, and changed in the reverse
sequence for ∞ button.
● Select [30].
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Press the ENTER button.
9
● Each press of channel (5
5,∞
∞) button
changes the screen display as below.
Run
Hold
● The screen display will disappear if you
press the ENTER button once more.
● The screen display of [ Sleep ] appears
on the screen for one minute untill TV
automatically turns off.
* When [Auto Off] is set to [RUN] with 5∞2 3
and ENTER buttons, the TV is switched to
standby mode automatically in 10 minutes if
there is no inptsignal.
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CLOCK
SETTING
4
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select hour you want to set.
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Run
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
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Setting On-Timer function
*Timer function can be operated only if current time has been already set.
Tur ning on at 7:10 AM with volume 40 on channel 8 by on-timer function
1
Press the MENU button to select the
screen display as below.
4
Press the channel (5
∞) buttons to
5,∞
select hour you want.
● If you hold the 5 button, the hour display is
changed in the sequence of AM 1 ➔ AM 2
➔ ....PM12 ➔ PM 1 .... ➔ AM 12, and
changed in the reverse sequence for ∞ button.
● Select [AM 7].
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
2
3
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select [On-Timer].
5
Press the volume (3) button.
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
7:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Use 2 35∞ And ENTER
Press the volume (3) button.
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
6
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select minute you want.
● If you hold the 5 button, the minute display
is changed in the sequence of 00 ➔ 01 ➔
02 ...58 ➔ 59, and changed in the reverse
sequence for ∞ button.
● Select [10].
Use 2 35∞ And ENTER
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7
8
Press the volume (3) button.
11
Press the volume (3) button.
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
7:10AM
On-Timer
TV 3 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
7:10AM
On-Timer
--:--AM
TV 8
3 Vol 40
30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select the channel you want .
12
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select [Run] and press the ENTER
button.
● Each press of volume (2
2, 3) buttons
changes the screen display as below.
Run
9
Press the volume (3) button.
Clock
10:30AM
--:--AM Hold
Off-Timer
--:--AM
7:10AM
On-Timer
TV 3
8 Vol 30 Run
Auto Off
: Hold
Hold
● On-Timer function setting is completed.
● If you press the ENTER button once
more, the screen display disappear
and the set will be turned automatically on with volume level 40 on channel
8 at 7:10 AM.
10
CLOCK
SETTING
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select the volume you want .
* If on-timer function is active, the current channel will change to the set channel when on-timer
is activated.
* Unless any button is pressed within two hours after turning on the TV by on-timer function, the
set is automatically turned off.
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Setting sleep time function
* This function will automatically turn the set off after a set time.
1
Press the SLEEP button to set sleep time function.
● Each press of the button changes setting time status as
below.
Sleep
---
Use 2 3 And ENTER
---
10
240
20
180
30
120
90
60
● To release sleep time setting, press the SLEEP button
repeatedly to select [ --- ].
● The screen display of [ Sleep ] appears on the screen for
one minute untill automatically turning off.
* When a sleep time you want is displayed on the
screen, don’t press the SLEEP button. The screen
display disappears and sleep time is to be set.
* To check remaining sleep time after setting, press
the SLEEP button just once.
* To change sleep time setting, press the SLEEP
button repeatedly to select time setting you want.
* If you turn the set off after setting sleep time, the
setting will be erased. Set it again.
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Adjusting audio condition
Adjusting audio condition b y user
1
Press the MENU button to select the
screen display as below.
MTS
AVL
DASP
Equalizer
3
Strero
Off
User
MTS
AVL
DASP
Equalizer
Use 2 35∞ And ENTER
2
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select a audio item you want to adjust.
Press the volume (2, 3) buttons to
adjust the audio condition as you want.
Strero
Off
User
Use 2 35∞ And ENTER
4
Press the ENTER button.
MTS :
● Refer to page 42 for the details.
AVL (Auto Volume Level) :
AUDIO /
VIDEO
● This function keeps the volume at the same
level even when the channels are changed.
DASP (Digital Audio Signal Process) :
● This function makes it possible for the user
to adjust the audio characteristics in each
mode (Cinema, Music or Sports) just as he
or she desires.
Equalizaer :
● This function enables the user to make
adjustments to the frequency bands listed
below just as he or she desires.
100Hz, 500Hz, 1.5kHz, 5kHz, 10kHz.
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Adjusting audio condition
Selecting bilingual signals
Screen display in stereo signal
: Stereo
Screen display in bilingual signal : SAP
* Bilingual (dual language) signal
●
●
●
●
●
1
This signal contains the secondary language signal in addition to the primary language.
There are the primary and secondary language and stereo modes in bilingual signal.
[Mono] : The primary language is output from left and right speaker. Signal mode is mono.
[Stereo] : The primary language is output from left and right speaker. Signal mode is stereo.
[SAP] : The secondary language is output from left and right speaker.
Press the MENU button to select the
screen display as below.
MTS
AVL
DASP
Equalizer
3
Press the volume (2, 3) buttons to
select an audio mode you want.
MTS
AVL
DASP
Equalizer
Strero
Off
User
Strero
Off
User
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
● Each press of volume (2, 3) buttons
changes the screen display as below.
Mono
2
Stereo
SAP
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select [MTS].
4
Press the ENTER button.
* If some strange sound is heard when watching TV programs on stereo mode in poor signal
areas, or if in non-dual signal service area, make sure to select mono mode.
* [Stereo] or [Mono] mode can be available only when broadcasting signal contains the data.
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Mute
* This function cuts off speaker sound. It’s convenient when getting phone
calls.
1
Press the MUTE button.
Mute
● To release muted sound, press the MUTE button or volume (2,
3) buttons.
● If muted sound is released, volume level is displayed on the
screen.
Using headphone
AUDIO /
VIDEO
● Headphone is an optional item.
● You can adjust headphone sound with volume(2, 3) buttons. While you
are listening to sound through headphone, speaker sound is cut off.
INPUT
COMPONENT INPUT(480i)
CB
CR
H/P
S-VIDEO
VIDEO (MONO) L
IN
A
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Adjusting video condition
APC (Auto Picture Control)
1
Press the MENU button to select the screen display
as below.
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
APC
100
100
70
0
4
Clear
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
2
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to select [APC].
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
APC
100
100
70
0
4
Clear
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
● Each press of volume (2, 3) buttons changes the screen
display as below.
3
Clear
Optimum
User
Soft
Press the ENTER button.
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Man ual picture control
1
Press the MENU button to select the
screen display as below.
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
3
100
100
70
0
4
Press the volume (2, 3) buttons to
adjust the picture condition as you
want.
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
100
100
70
0
4
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
● [Contrast], [Brightness], [Color] are adjusted from 0 to 100.
● [Tint] is adjusted from Red 50 to Green 50.
● [Sharpness] is adjusted from 0 to 10.
2
Press the channel (5,∞
∞) buttons to
select a picture item you want to adjust.
4
Press the ENTER button.
Contrast :
● Adjust the different between the light and
dark levels of the picture..
Brightness :
● Adjust the white or light of the overall
picture..
* APC setting is to be released if
you use this function.
Sharpness:
AUDIO /
VIDEO
● Adjust the levels of crispness in the
edges between the light and dark area of
the picture. The lower the level, the softer
the image.
Color:
● Adjust the richness of all colors.
Fine:
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horizontal stripe, twisted picture or no color
in brodcasting.
Auto Program
Manual Program
Fine
Use 5∞2 3 And ENTER
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Product specifications
Model
:
LC1500
Main body
:
Horizontal size (mm)
Height (mm)
Thickness (mm)
Weight (kg)
: 394
: 384
: 105.5
: 5.2
Including table stand
:
Horizontal size (mm)
Height (mm)
Thickness (mm)
Weight (kg)
: 394
: 413
: 194
: 7.9
:
DC 12V/3A
Power requirements
* CAUTION : For use only with Model No. CAM-1230 AC Adaptor, manufactured
by Chang-Nam Electronics.
Television system
:
NTSC
Television channels
:
:
VHF : 2 ~ 13, UHF : 14 ~ 69
Cable : 01 ~ 125
Tube
:
LCD Panel
Power consumption
:
See the back of the set
External antenna impedance :
75 Ω
Audio output
:
1.0W + 1.0W
Speaker outputs
:
8ΩX2
External input ports
:
VIDEO input port set 1
S-VIDEO input 1
Headphone jack 1
PC/D-TV input 1
Component video input set 1
Power input 1
Antenna input 1
Adaptor (DC power)
:
In
Out
: AC 100-240V ~ 1.3A-0.7A
50/60Hz, 85VA
: DC 12V, 3A
* CAUTION : For use only with Model No. CAM-1230 AC Adaptor, manufactured
by Chang-Nam Electronics.
Power supply cordset
:
Standard North America three wire earth-grounding
with flexible cord SJT type or higher type.
* CAUTION : If replacement becomes necessary, replace it with an exact duplicate.
Contact any MARANTZ authorized service center.
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