Beko 28C723IDW Operating instructions

COLOUR TELEVISIONS
IDTV
28C723IDW
Operating Instructions
CONTENTS
General information....................................................................................................2
Special features of your integrated digital television.........................................................................2
Receiving digital stations..............................................................................................................2
Safety Instructions............................................................................................................3
Special features............................................................................................................4
Electrical connections............................................................................................................5
Connection/Preparation..............................................................................................6
Connecting the aerial and the mains cable..................................................................................6
Inserting batteries into the remote control..........................................................................................6
Control unit...................................................................................................................7
Front panel/External connections.......................................................................................................7
External connections table.............................................................................................................8
Remote control...............................................................................................................................8
Television operation.......................................................................................................9
Basic functions...............................................................................................................9
Settings..........................................................................................................................10
Searching for television stations....................................................................................................10
Tuning digital television stations.....................................................................................10
Automatic search........................................................................................................10
Manual search..................................................................................................................................11
Resetting the receiver............... .................................................................................................11
Installation...............................................................................................................................12
Access control........................................................................................................13
Special features for digital stations........................................................................14
TV guide....................................................................................................................16
Tuning analogue television stations...............................................................................................16
Autoprogramming..........................................................................................................16
Tuning channels using the search..............................................................................17
Fine tuning analogue television stations........................................................................................17
Tuning the analogue television channels by entering the channel numbers....................................18
Moving to digital setup menu....................................................................................18
Special features for analogue stations........................................................................18
Sound settings....................................................................................................20-21
Picture settings.........................................................................................................22
Special features..................................................................................................23-24
Teletext mode........................................................................................................25
Fastext, Toptext (Model Dependant).............................................................................25-26
Connecting external equipment.....................................................................27
Connecting a video recorder...................................................................................27-28
Connecting a DVD player...............................................................................................................29
Connecting a decoder.....................................................................................................................30
Connecting TV with video and satellite/digital receiver..................................................................31
Troubleshooting.....................................................................................................................32
Technical specifications table...........................................................................33
Guarantee ...........................................................................................................34
Service ...........................................................................................................35
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Special features of your integrated digital television
This television can receive and process all analogue and all digital
stations. This television set has an integrated digital and analogue receiver.
The digital receiver unit converts the signals from digital stations to provide
outstanding audio and picture quality.
The TV guide (only for digital stations) tells you of any schedule changes at short
notice, and provides an overview of all the stations’ schedules for the next few days.
If the broadcaster provides it, you can call up detailed information on each programme
at the touch of a button.
This television has a ver y comprehensive, user-friendly menu system.
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Receiving digital stations
You need a digital outdoor or indoor aerial (passive or active indoor aerial with
its own power supply) to receive digital stations.
Unlike analogue broadcasting, not every station has its own transmission frequency.
Instead, several stations are grouped into what are known as bouquets on a regional or
national level.
You can find the current transmission information on teletext from various broadcasters,
or look in a TV guide or on the Internet.
Safety is Important
Your safety and the safety of others is important. Please, therefore, ensure you read
the Safety instructions before you operate this television.
Safety instructions
!
Read all the safety instructions before first use of your TV.
• Position the television so that direct light does not fall on
the screen. Excessive light will cause a washed out effect.
• Position the power supply lead and other leads so that
they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by things
placed on or against them.
• Do not use the appliance in humid or damp conditions.
Do not allow the appliance to get wet, i.e. dripping or
splashing, as this may be dangerous. Do not place water
filled objects, such as vases and flower pots on top of the
appliance.
• Make sure that no naked flame sources, such as lighted
candles, are placed on top of the appliance.
• Do not place the television near heat sources such as
radiators, ovens, stoves, etc.
• Do not use the television near any apparatus that produces
a magnetic field such as HI-FI speakers or electric motors
otherwise colourpurity may be affected.
• The heat built up in the set escapes through ventilation
holes, so do not cover the set by drapes, clothes etc. that may
block air circulation. Do not place the television on carpet
or soft furnishings.
• NEVER let children push anything into the holes or slots
on the case.
• Clean the TV Screen using a slightly damp cloth or chamois
leather. Never use abrasive cleaning agents like liquid or
aerosol cleaners.
• Remove the mains plug from the socket outlet while cleaning.
• If you wish to place the television on a shelf or in a wall
unit always ensure there is a minimum air gap of 8 cm
around the top, sides and rear of the television, to assist
ventilation.
• Your TV set is designed to operate with mains voltages
230V AC; 50Hz. Do not connect your TV set to power sources
other than the mains supply.
• To fully disconnect the TV, the mains plug is used as a
disconnecting device and therefore shall be readily accesible.
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Television
Thank you for buying this television which is designed to give you many years of
satisfactory service.
You may already be familiar with using a television but do please take time to read these
instructions. They are designed to familiarise you with the unit’s many new features and
to ensure you get the very best out of your purchase.
Special features
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• Automatic tuning system with country selection
• 899 Digital, 100 Analog programme memory
• Available for cable channels (A decoder maybe required)
• Manual fine tuning for analogue channels
• S-Video connection (Model dependant)
• Audio/Video PHONO sockets (Model dependant)
• Back audio out (Model dependant)
• CI slot (Model dependant)
• Component input via PHONO (Model dependant)
• Component input via scart (Model dependant)
• SPDIF coaxial output (Model dependant)
• Stereo headphone socket (Model dependant)
• 2 Scart Socket: Video cassette recorder, satellite receiver, video disc player,DVD, TV
games or a home computer can be connected to this AV socket with an appropriate
connecting cable.
• Third scart socket (Model dependant)
• Stereo sound system (Nicam) (Model dependant)
• Spatial sound effect
• Equalizer sound setup
• Automatic Volume Leveling
• Virtual Dolby Surround (Model dependant)
• Subwoofer (Model dependant)
• Picture adjustment using one button (Smart control)
• Sound adjustment using one button (Smart control)
• User friendly on screen display system
• Infrared remote control
• Multilanguage menu system
• On timer
• Off timer
• Child lock-Adult lock
• Return to the last channel viewed (SWAP)
• Alarm timer (Model dependant)
• 4:3, 16:9, Zoom, Letterbox, Subtitle, Panaroma (optional), picture formats ( for Widescreen
TV sets)
• Naming the channels
• Teletext reception
• Digital teletext
• Auto recognition of the broadcasting format (4:3, 16-9 or Letterbox) via WSS feature
• Digital Colour Transition Improvement (DCTI).
• Digital Comb Filter (DCF)
• Digital Luminance Transition Improvement (DLTI)
• Dynamic Digital Video Adaption (Model dependant)
• TILT function (Model dependant)
• MHEG-5
• Favorite channel listing
• DVB subtitling
• OAD (Over air download)
Electrical connections
1.SECTION: INSTALLATION AND
PRECAUTIONS
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
For your own safety read the following
instructions carefully before attempting
to connect this unit to the mains supply.
For your convenience a mains plug with a
fuse has been fitted to this appliance. For
your safety please observe the following
information.
The moulded plug on this appliance
incorporates a 5A fuse. Should the fuse need
to be replaced an ASTA approved BS 1362
fuse of the same rating must be used. Do
not forget to refit the fuse cover. In the event
of losing the fuse cover the plug must not
be used until a replacement fuse cover
which must be the same colour as that visible
on the pin face of the plug has been fitted.
Fuse covers are available from any good
electrical store.
If the fitted moulded plug is not suitable
for your socket, then the plug should be cut
off and an appropriate plug fitted.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured
in accordance with the following code:
Blue - Neutral
Brown - Live
As the colours in the mains lead may
not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug
proceed as follows:
The wire coloured BLUE must be connected
to the terminal marked with the letter N or
coloured
BLACK.
The wire coloured BROWN must be
connected to the terminal marked with the
letter L or coloured
RED.
Do not make any connection to the
OR COLOURED
terminal marked E or
GREEN,
GREEN /YELLOW.
The television receiver must be protected by
a 5A fuse if a fused plug is fitted.
For any other plug fit a 5A fuse at the
distribution board.
IMPORTANT! FITTING A
DIFFERENT PLUG.
If the mains plug is cut off from the mains
cable rewire the replacement plug in
accordance with these instructions.
5 A fuse
Caution: - Under no circumstances should the discarded plug be inserted into a mains socket.
To prevent shock hazard carefully dispose of the discarded plug into your dustbin, do not leave
the plug lying around where children might see it.
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CONNECTION/PREPARATION
In the box
Inside this package you should have:
Television,Remote control,User guide, AAA batteries x 2
Read these instructions before use.
Connecting the aerial and the mains cable
Plug the cable of the outdoor or indoor aerial
(passive or active indoor aerial with its own power
supply) into the aerial socket » « of the television set.
Please note:
When connecting an indoor aerial, you may have
to try it out at different positions until you get the best
reception.
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Connect the TV mains plug into your domestic mains socket
outlet. (230V 50Hz A.C.)
Please note:
Only plug the TV into the mains socket after you have
connected the external equipment and the aerial.
Inserting batteries into the remote control
Open the battery compartment by removing the lid.
Insert the batteries (Mignon type, for example UM-3 or AAA, 2x1,5V).
Observe the polarity (marked on the base of the battery compartment).
Close the battery compartment.
+
-
+
Note:
If the television no longer reacts properly to
remote control commands, the batteries may
be flat. Be sure to remove used batteries.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage
resulting from used batteries.
Environmental note
Batteries, including those which contain no heavy metal, may not be disposed of with
household waste. Please dispose of used batteries in an environmentally sound manner.
Find out about the legal regulations which apply in your area.
Control Unit
Front Panel
Program Down/Up button
P-
P+
Volume Down/Up button.
V-
V+
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General
ON/OFF switch
Stand by (Model dependant)
Stand by indicator
External Connections: (Front or side)
(External connections: (Rear)
AV1 scart
R
Right audio PHONO (Red)
AV2 scart
AUDIO
Left audio PHONO/Mono PHONO (White)
L
MONO
Video PHONO (Yellow)
VIDEO
AV3 scart (Model dependant)
COAX
Coaxial output (Model dependant)
S-Video connection
CI slot (Model dependant)
S-VIDEO
Headphone socket
(Model Dependant)
SUBWOOFER
R
AUDIO
OUT
L
You may wish to connect
an audio amplifier or any
similar devices to audio
out. The output is always
the current channel you
are watching.
This common interface (C.I) slot
works with an external module,
and for use with top up TV
conditional access moduele and
smart card.
Aerial socket
It is used for external
subwoofer in 33” televisions
Please note
• See the external connections table on next page for available connections depending the
size and model of your TV set.
• Do not use Video PHONO and S-Video connections at the same time, otherwise they will
effect the picture each other.
External connections table
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Picture tube
size/type
28”
16:9
29”
4:3
AV1 Scart
STD.
STD.
AV2 Scart
STD.
STD.
AV3 Scart
X
X
Headphone
socket
X
X
Audio/Video
PHONO
X
X
S-Video
socket
X
X
Back Audio
Out
X
X
Coaxial
Out
X
X
CI
Slot
X
X
STD : Standard
X
: Model Dependant
Please note:
The Audio/Video PHONO, S-Video and Headphone socket can be placed on the front panel or on
the right-hand side of the cabinet depending to the model of your TV.
Remote control
Calls up the TV guide
Mute
Stand-by
Numeric
AV
Exit
Back
OK
Move cursor to the left
Program up
Program down
Red teletext button
Green teletext button
Teletext
Subtitle On/Off
Index page (Text)
Swap
Double height (Text)
Sub page hold (Text)
Info
Favorites list
Menu
Move the cursor up
Move cursor to the right
Move the cursor down
Volume up
Volume down
Blue teletext button
Yellow teletext button
Picture format
Reveal info
Audio language
Teletext mode button
Sound smart control
TV mode button (Text)
Picture smart control
Sub page button (Text)
TELEVISION OPERATIONS
Basic functions
Switching on and off
Switch on the television by pressing the » « button on the
television set.The device switches to standby mode, and the stand-by
indicator will illuminate.
Switch the television on with any »Numeric button« or » «, » «.
Press the » « button to switch the television to standby mode.
Completely switch the television off by pressing » « on the
television set. This saves electricity.
Selecting channels
Enter single-digit or multi-digit preset channel numbers by
pressing »1 ... 0« on the remote control.
– Channels with no stations assigned are ignored.
Press »
«, »
« to move up and down channels.
Selecting AV channel positions
Use »AV« to select AV channels directly.
Adjusting the volume
Adjust the volume with »
« or »
«.
Muting
Use »
again.
« to switch the sound off (mute) and to switch it on
Selecting stations from lists
You
can
select
stations
from
various
lists
(e.g.
all stations, favourites).
LIST
Press »
« to open the station list. The station list »All programmes« appears.
Press »
«, »
« to select the station and press »
« to call it up.
- You can switch between the station list and your favourites by pressing
EXIT
Press » « to finish the settings.
LIST
Picture settings
Select the desired picture setting from »USER«, »SOFT«, »NATURAL« or »RICH«
with » SUB «.
– You can alter the »User« picture setting, see the ”PICTURE SETTINGS” chapter
on page 19.
Sound settings
Press »UPDATE « to select the audio setting »USER«, »MUSIC«, »SPORTS«, »CINEMA«
or »SPEECH«.
– You can alter the »USER« audio setting – see the “EQUALIZER” chapter on page 18.
Swap function
Allows you to swap between the program you are watching and the last selected program. i.e.
If you were watching Program 1 and change to Program 11, press the » DOUB « button to go
back to Program 1. Press it again to return to Program 11.
PR 01
DOUB
PR 11
DOUB
PR 01
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SETTINGS
Searching for television stations
The television is equipped with an automatic station search system. You can start the
search and can then sort the television stations into your order of preference.
There are 899 preset positions for digital stations and 100 for analogue stations, to
which you can assign television stations from the aerial or from the cable connection
(analogue programmes).
Switch on the television with » « on the television set, then press »PR+«, »PR-« on
the remote control or the TV, or by using any numeric button on the remote control.
LANGUAGE
– The »LANGUAGE« menu appears when the television
is first switched on.
Hint:
If the »LANGUAGE« menu does not appear on the
screen, follow the instructions on pages 10 and 16 to
retune all television channels using the automatic search.
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SELECT
OK
Select language with »
press » « to confirm.
ESPANA
FRANCE
HUNGARY
IRELAND
ITALIA
NETHERLANDS
NORGE
ÖSTERREICH
POLSKA
« » « or » « and
The country menu will now appear. Using »
COUNTRY SELECTION
BELGIUM
CZECH REP.
DANMARK
DEUTSCLAND
«, »
PORTUGAL
SCHWEIZ
SUOMI
SVERIGE
TÜRKİYE
U.K.
................
OK
START AUTOPROGRAMMING
BACK BACK
«, »
«
» « or » «, select the appropriate country in which the television
will be used. Press » « to confirm selection. Search and storing
of analogue channels will begin.
Digital channels will be searched.The search is finished when
the message DONE appears. Press » « (Green) to quit the
station search.
EXIT
Tuning digital television stations
Select a program between 1 and 899.
Automatic search
MENU
DVB MENU
MANUAL SEARCH
AUTOMATIC SEARCH
RESET RECEIVER
INSTALLATION
ACCESS CONTROL
SIGNAL INFORMATION
SELECT
BACK BACK
EXIT EXIT
Press »
« to open the »MAIN MENU« menu.
– The »MAIN MENU« menu appears.
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
» « to confirm.
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
«, »
Select »AUTOMATIC SEARCH« with »
and press » « to confirm.
« and press
«, »
«
– The »CHANNEL SEARCH - DIGITAL« menu appears and the search begins. The
automatic search may last several minutes depending on the number of television
channels received. The search is finished when the message »DONE« appears.
– At the end of the search, new TV or radio stations are automatically added to the
end of the station list.
BACK
« or »
Press »
« (Green) to quit the station search. The »DVB MENU« appears.
EXIT
Press »
« to finish the setting.
Manual search
MENU
Press »
« to open the »MAIN MENU« menu.
– The »MAIN MENU« menu appears.
DVB MENU
MANUAL SEARCH
AUTOMATIC SEARCH
RESET RECEIVER
INSTALLATION
ACCESS CONTROL
SIGNAL INFORMATION
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
» « to confirm.
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
SELECT
BACK BACK
EXIT EXIT
«, »
« and press
«, »
« and
Select »MANUAL SEARCH« using »
press » « to confirm. - The »MANUAL SEARCH«
menu appears.
Press » « or » « to select the channel number and
The search begins.
– The search is finished when the message »DONE« appears.
press »
« to confirm.
– At the end of the search, new TV or radio stations are automatically added
to the end of the station list.
BACK
Press »
Press »
EXIT
« or »
« (Green) to quit the station search. The »DVB MENU« appears.
« to finish the setting.
Resetting the TV
This function enables you to delete the station lists and all custom settings.
MENU
DVB MENU
MANUAL SEARCH
AUTOMATIC SEARCH
RESET RECEIVER
INSTALLATION
ACCESS CONTROL
SIGNAL INFORMATION
SELECT
BACK BACK
EXIT EXIT
Press »
« to open the »MAIN MENU« menu.
– The »MAIN MENU« menu appears.
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
» « to confirm.
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
«, »
Select »RESET RECEIVER« with »
press » « to confirm.
« and press
«, »
« and
11
Use »0« – »9« to enter the password 1234 and confirm with »
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
« (Green).
«, »
« and press » « to confirm.
Select »AUTOMATIC SEARCH« with »
– The »CHANNEL SEARCH - DIGITAL« menu appears and the search begins. The automatic
search may last several minutes depending on the number of television channels received.
– The search is finished when the message »DONE« appears.
BACK
Press »
Press »
« or »
EXIT
« (Green) to quit the station search. The »DVB MENU« appears.
« to finish the setting.
Installation
Selecting the audio language
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You can set a preferred language for all digital channels. This function activates only if the
SERVICE PREFERENCE is selected as “SUBTITLE”.
In some areas you may be able to select a preferred audio language if it is available in the
transmission. Yoüu can select from english, gaelic or welsh. If not avilable english will be
automatically selected as the default language.
MENU
INSTALLATION
AUDIO
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
SERVICE PREFERE.
DATA SERVICE
DATA SERVICE
ENGLISH
SELECT
BACK BACK
EXIT EXIT
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
«, »
«and press
» « to confirm.
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
«, »
« and
Select »INSTALLATION« by pressing »
press » « to confirm.
– The »INSTALLATION« menu appears.
«, »
«. Press » « or
Select the »AUDIO« line with »
EXIT
» « to select the language. Press » « to finish the setting.
Note: Scene-descriptions may be available for some programmes. You can skip between
different audio modes by pressing » MIX «.
Selecting the subtitle language
You can select the prefered subtitle language for digital channels. This function activates only
if the SERVICE PREFERENCE is selected as “SUBTITLE”.
In some areas you may be able to select a prefered subtitle language if it is available in the
transmission. You can select from english, gaelic or welsh. To activate subtitle press subtitle
(SUBT) button on remote control. If program does not have a subtitle in selected language, no
subtitle is displayed even if subtitle display is activated by subtitle button on remote control.
MENU
INSTALLATION
ENGLISH
AUDIO
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
«, »
« and press
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
«
to
confirm.
»
DATA SERVICE
ENGLISH
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
«, »
«
Select »INSTALLATION« by pressing »
SELECT
BACK BACK
and
press
»
«
to
confirm.
EXIT EXIT
– The »INSTALLATION« menu appears.
«, »
«. Press
Select »SUBTITLE« with »
EXIT
» « or » « to select the language. Press » « to finish the
setting.
Note: Subtitle mode may be selected as on or off via » P100 «button. If is not working, check
with »
« that the preset position is on.
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
SERVICE PREFERE.
DATA SERVICE
P100
Service Preference
You can select the service preference as » DATA SERVICE « or » SUBTITLE «
when data service is selected, MHEG (Interactive text) is available if transmission programme
has this data. if data service is not selected this function will not operate even if transmission
programme, is carrying this data. When subtitles is selected subtitles are displayed in the
preferred language selected, if not selected subtitle (SUBT) button on remote control will not
work.
MENU
INSTALLATION
ENGLISH
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
SERVICE PREFERE.
DATA SERVICE
DATA SERVICE
ENGLISH
SELECT
BACK BACK
EXIT EXIT
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
«, »
« and press
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
» « to confirm.
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
«, »
«
Select »INSTALLATION« by pressing »
and press » « to confirm.
– The »INSTALLATION« menu appears.
«, »
«. Press
Select »SERVICE PREFERE.« with »
» « or » « to make the preference.
EXIT
Press » « to finish the setting.
Data Service
You can select the language for the data service.
In some areas you may be able to select a preferred language for the data service if it is available
in the transmission. Therefore the MHEG (Interactive text) data can be displayed in either
english, gaelic or welsh. If not available english will be automatically selected as the default
MENU
language.
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
INSTALLATION
AUDIO
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
SERVICE PREFERE.
DATA SERVICE
DATA SERVICE
ENGLISH
SELECT
BACK BACK
EXIT EXIT
«, »
« and press
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
» « to confirm.
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
«, »
«
Select »INSTALLATION« by pressing »
and press » « to confirm.
– The »INSTALLATION« menu appears.
«, »
«. Press
Select »DATA SERVICE« with »
» « or » « to select the language.
EXIT
Press » « to finish the setting.
Access control (optional)
You can use the DVB card menu via »ACCESS CONTROL«. After inserting the card to
CI slot (Model dependant);
In this menu you can access information on the module and smart card.
DVB MENU
MANUAL SEARCH
AUTOMATIC SEARCH
RESET RECEIVER
INSTALLATION
ACCESS CONTROL
SIGNAL INFORMATION
SELECT
BACK BACK
EXIT EXIT
MENU
Press »
« to open the »MAIN MENU« menu.
– The »MAIN MENU« menu appears.
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
» « to confirm.
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
«, »
Select »ACCESS CONTROL« with »
and press » « to confirm the card.
« and press
«, »
«
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Signal information
MENU
DVB MENU
Press »
« to open the »MAIN MENU« menu.
– The »MAIN MENU« menu appears.
MANUAL SEARCH
AUTOMATIC SEARCH
RESET RECEIVER
INSTALLATION
ACCESS CONTROL
SIGNAL INFORMATION
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
» « to confirm.
– The »DVB MENU« appears.
SELECT
BACK BACK
EXIT EXIT
« and press
«, »
Select »SIGNAL INFORMATION« with »
press » « to confirm.
« and
«, »
Notes:
The lower section of the menu shows the signal properties. The further the bar for
»Quality« and »Signal Strength« extends to the right, the better the reception signal.
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The signal level not only depends on the settings of your receiver unit, but also
on the channel which is currently active. Remember this when aligning your aerial
using the signal level display.
Other items in this menu are for service information.
Press »
EXIT
« to quit the menu.
Special features for digital stations
You can block
channel
(adult lock) and create favourite lists.
MENU
MAIN MENU
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
«, »
Select »PROGRAM TABLE« with »
SOUND
PICTURE
PROGRAM TABLE
DIGITAL SETUP
FEATURES
»
OK
positions
« and press
« to confirm.
SELECT
EXIT
EDIT CHANNELS - TV
# NAME
ZDF
SAT1
BBG
LIST
– The menu »EDIT CHANNELS - TV« appears.
1 2 3 4 SELECT FAVOURITE
RADIO
TV
SELECT
EXIT EXIT
Adult lock (block channel positions)
You can block channels which are unsuitable for children.
Select the desired television channel with »
program table.
Select »Adult Lock« with »
Press »
«, »
«, »
« and confirm with »
« on the
« and activate it with » « or » «.
« (green) to confirm the setting. The blocked TV station is marked with a key.
Creating a list of favourites
MENU
EDIT CHANNELS - TV
# NAME
ZDF
SAT1
BBG
LIST
1 2 3 4 SELECT FAVOURITE
RADIO
TV
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«. The »MAIN MENU
« appears.
«, »
« and
Select »PROGRAM TABLE« with»
press » « to confirm.
– The menu »EDIT CHANNELS - TV« appears.
SELECT
EXIT EXIT
You can select your favourite stations and save them in up to four lists.
Select the station with »
«, »
« and press »1« – »4« to enter it into lists of
favourites 1 – 4.
– To remove, press the corresponding number button again.
– You can enter the selected station in more than one favourite list.
EXIT
Displaying television and radio channel lists.
MENU
EDIT CHANNELS - TV
# NAME
ZDF
SAT1
BBG
LIST
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
Select »PROGRAM TABLE« with »
«, »
« and press
» « to confirm.
You can skip between favourite channel lists,radio list (if available)
and program table by pressing » « (green).
1 2 3 4 SELECT FAVOURITE
RADIO
SELECT
EXIT EXIT
Radio channels, may be available with digital broadcast. You can
skip between radio and televisin channel list by pressing
» « (red). Television channels are not display in radio mode.
Selecting and moving channel functions operate similary to
television mode.
Note:
Favourite lists are available if favourite channels are selected.
Moving channels (Favourite channels only)
You can change the order of the preset digital channels in favourite channel list.
MENU
EDIT CHANNELS - TV
# NAME
ZDF
SAT1
BBG
LIST
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2
2
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
«, »
Select »PROGRAM TABLE« with »
« and press
» « to confirm.
– The menu »EDIT CHANNELS - TV« appears. (If you wish to
move radio channels press » « (RED). Now press » « (Green)
DELETE
SELECT
twice. The yellow “MOVE” o p t i o n w i l l n o w appear in
EXIT EXIT
the menu.
«, »
« .
Select the channel you wish to move with »
Press » « (yellow) to move the channel.
Now, the channel is selected. Choose the new position for the
selected
channel and press » « (yellow) again to confirm. Press
EXIT
to
finish the setting.
»
«
Note:
The channel is moved to the previous position of the selected one.
1 2 3 4 SELECT FAVOURITE
TV 2
MOVE
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TV guide
The electronic TV guide offers an overview of all programmes that will be broadcast
in the next week (only for digital stations).
Press »
« to view the station information.
– Information about the current and
following
programme appears.
Please note:
Not all stations supply a detailed TV guide.
Many broadcasters supply the daily programme but no detailed descriptions.
Some broadcasters do not supply any information.
Scroll through the station information with »
with » « or » «. Press »
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EXIT
«, »
«. Select the next programme
« to quit the TV guide.
Tuning analogue television stations
When digital channels are present, the analogue television channels will be assigned to channel
positions 900-999 during automatic search and when no digital channels are present the analogue
channels are present the analogue channels will be assigned to channel positions 1-100.
Autoprograming
Use »0« – »9« to select station position 900.
SETUP
CHANNEL
FINE TUNE
SEARCH
AUTOPROGRAM
PROGRAM NO
STORE
DIGITAL SETUP
MENU
C 06
0
<>
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
Select »SETUP« with »
«, »
« and confirm with
» «.
– The »SETUP« menu appears.
900
Select »PROGRAM NO« with »
«, »
« and using
» « or » « enter the channel numbers from the point they
should be saved.
BACK
COUNTRY SELECTION
BELGIUM
CZECH REP.
DANMARK
DEUTSCLAND
ESPANA
FRANCE
HUNGARY
IRELAND
ITALIA
NETHERLANDS
NORGE
ÖSTERREICH
POLSKA
PORTUGAL
SCHWEIZ
SUOMI
SVERIGE
TÜRKİYE
U.K.
................
OK
START AUTOPROGRAMMING
BACK BACK
Select »AUTOPROGRAM« with »
«, »
« and confirm
with » «.
– The »COUNTRY SELECTION« menu appears.
«, »
« » « or » « and confirm
Select the country using »
with » «.
– The automatic search may last a few minutes, depending
on the number of television channels received.
Note:
EXIT
You can interrupt the search by pressing » «.
Tuning channels using the search
Use »0« – »9« to select station position 900.
MAIN MENU
SOUND
PICTURE
PROGRAM TABLE
SETUP
FEATURES
MENU
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
SELECT
EXIT
OK
SETUP
CHANNEL
FINE TUNE
SEARCH
AUTOPROGRAM
PROGRAM NO
STORE
DIGITAL SETUP
C 06
0
<>
900
Select »SETUP« with »
«, »
» «.
– The »SETUP« menu appears.
Select »Program No« with »
channel with » « or » «.
Select »Search« with »
with » « or » «.
« and confirm with
« and set the preset
«, »
«, »
« and start the search
– If a strong station signal is received, the search is
interrupted and the picture appears. Repeat the search until
the channel you want appears on the screen.
BACK
Select »STORE« with »
«, »
appears.
EXIT
Press »
« to finish the setting.
« and confirm with »
«. The »STORED« message
Fine tuning analogue television stations
The television automatically tunes itself to the best possible reception. You may need
to carry out manual fine tuning in areas where there is poor reception.
MENU
SETUP
CHANNEL
FINE TUNE
SEARCH
AUTOPROGRAM
PROGRAM NO
STORE
DIGITAL SETUP
C 06
0
<>
900
BACK
Select »STORE« with »
appears.
Press »
EXIT
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
«, »
Select »SETUP« with »
» «. The »SETUP« menu appears.
Select »FINE TUNE« with »
with » « or » «.
«, »
« to finish the setting.
« and confirm with »
« and confirm with
«, »
« and
set it
«. The »STORED« message
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Tuning the analogue television channels by entering the channel numbers
Use »0« – »9« to select station position 900.
SETUP
CHANNEL
FINE TUNE
SEARCH
AUTOPROGRAM
PROGRAM NO
STORE
DIGITAL SETUP
MENU
C 06
0
<>
« to open the »MAIN MENU«.
Press »
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
Select »SETUP« with »
«, »
« and confirm with
» «. – The »SETUP« menu appears.
900
Select »PROGRAM NO« with »
the channel with » « or » «.
BACK
« and
«, »
set
«, »
« and confirm with » «. Press » « to choose
Select »Channel« with »
between »S« (cable channel) and »C« (terrestrial channel). Press » « or » « to switch
up and down channels or use »1…0« to enter the channel number directly.
Select »STORE« with »
«, »
« and confirm with » «.
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EXIT
Press »
« to finish the setting.
Moving to digital setup menu
MENU
SETUP
CHANNEL
FINE TUNE
SEARCH
AUTOPROGRAM
PROGRAM NO
STORE
DIGITAL SETUP
Press »
« to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
Select »SETUP« with »
«, »
« and confirm with
» «. – The »SETUP« menu appears.
C 06
0
<>
900
Select »DIGITAL SETUP« with »
«, »
«.
The »DVB MENU« with appears.
BACK
Special features for analogue stations
You can delete stations that have been stored more than once during the
automatic search. You can also store stations in a different preset position,
change or enter the name of a stations as well as skip channels.
Deleting stations
MENU
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
PROGRAM TABLE
900
901
902
903
904
905
906
ARD
ZDF
RTL
SAT1
PRO7
Select »PROGRAM TABLE« with »
«, »
« and
press » « to confirm.
– The »PROGRAM TABLE« menu appears.
1 2 3 4 FAVOURITE SELECTION
OK
SKIP
LOCK
MOVE
BACK
NAME
DELETE
«, »
«.
Select the channel you wish to delete with »
Press » « (blue) to prepare the channel for deletion
and press » « to delete.
Sorting television analog stations
In the »PROGRAM TABLE« menu, select the station to be moved by pressing
»
«, »
«. Highlight the channel with » «.
Select a new station with »
«, »
« and then press »
All of the stations that follow move up one position.
« to confirm.
Entering station names (maximum of 5 characters)
In the »PROGRAM TABLE« menu, select the station with »
Highlight the channel with » « (yellow).
Select letters or numbers with »
«, »
» « and repeat. Store the channel name with »
«, »
«.
«, move to the next position with » « or
« (yellow).
Skipping television stations
You can mark television channels to be skipped on the program table with
»
«, »
« . You can still select the station using the numerical buttons.
After selecting the channel, highlight the channel with » « (red).
- The station is now displayed on a red background. You can deselect the station by
pressing the red button again.
Parental lock (block channel positions)
You can block channels which are unsuitable for children. Select the desired television
channel with » «, » «.
To block the channel, press » « (green). The blocked
TV station is marked with a key.
PROGRAM TABLE
900
901
902
903
904
905
906
ARD
ZDF
RTL
SAT1
PRO7
Notes:
You can unlock the station by pressing the red button
again.
1 2 3 4 FAVOURITE SELECTION
OK
SKIP
LOCK
MOVE
BACK
NAME
DELETE
Creating a list of favourites
You can select your favourite stations and save them in up to four lists.
Select the station with »
«, »
« and press »1« – »4« to enter it into lists of
favourites 1 – 4.
- To remove, press the corresponding number button again.
- You can enter the selected station in more than one favourite list.
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Sound settings
MAIN MENU
OK
SELECT
EXIT
SOUND
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VOLUME
BALANCE
SOUND TYPE
SOUND MODE
AVL
DYNAMIC BASS
EQUALIZER
MENU
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
SOUND
PICTURE
PROGRAM TABLE
DIGITAL SETUP
FEATURES
STEREO
NORMAL
ON
ON
USER
BACK BACK
«, »
Select »SOUND« with »
» «.
– The »SOUND« menu appears.
Volume
The standard volume is set here. This is the volume of
the television after switching on.
Select »VOLUME« with »
setting with » « or » «.
VOLUME
BALANCE
SOUND TYPE
SOUND MODE
AVL
DYNAMIC BASS
EQUALIZER
STEREO
NORMAL
ON
ON
USER
BACK BACK
«, »
« and adjust the
Balance
Select »BALANCE« with »
with » « or » «.
SOUND
« and confirm with
«, »
« and adjust the setting
Sound type
If the device receives two channel programmes, e.g. a
film with the original sound on sound channel B (display:
»Dual II «) and the dubbed version on sound channel
A (display: »Dual I«), you can select the sound channel
you desire.
If the device receives stereo or Nicam programmes,
it switches automatically to stereo sound (display: »Stereo«).
You can switch the sound to »Mono« if the stereo
reception quality is poor.
Select »SOUND TYPE« with »
«, »
« and adjust the setting with » « or » «.
Sound mode
You can select NORMAL, SPATIAL or DOLBY VIRTUAL (optional) with » « or » «.
SPATIAL sound is an ‘expanded stereo’. It gives the impression that the two speakers in the
TV are further apart than they really are.
DOLBY VIRTUAL is based on Dolby Pro Logic decoding for production of the Left, Right,
Centre and Virtual Surround Sound channels using two loudspeaker.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Please Note
To get the surround effects in Dolby Virtual mode, you must apply a Dolby Surround encoded
input to the TV. You can’t adjust the AVL and EQUALIZER in DOLBY VIRTUAL mode.
Automatic volume levelling
The television channels broadcast at different volumes. The automatic volume levelling
(AVL) function means the volume is kept the same when you switch between channels.
Select »AVL« with »
« and then select »On« with » « or » « .
«, »
Dynamic bass (Model dependant)
You can amplify the bass-effect using this setting.
SOUND
VOLUME
BALANCE
SOUND TYPE
SOUND MODE
AVL
DYNAMIC BASS
EQUALIZER
STEREO
NORMAL
ON
ON
USER
Select »DYNAMIC BASS« with »
select »ON« with » « or » «.
«, »
« and
then
BACK BACK
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Subwoofer (Model dependantl)
A sub woofer speaker can be fitted within the TV case as an option depending to the model.
For 33”(84cm) TV sets there is an external subwoofer (optional) to be fixed as shown
below.
R
AUDIO OUT
L
AV3
AV1
AV2
Select Sound menu and press »
to switch the Subwoofer on or off.
« button to access subwoofer. Press the » « button
Please Note
If you move the loudspeaker switch, on the rear of the TV, to the external position, the internal
speakers in the TV will be switched off but the Subwoofer will remain on if switched on.
Equalizer
The equalizer offers you four preset sound settings (Music, Sports, Cinema and Speech)
and one which you can create yourself (User ). Select »EQUALIZER« by pressing
»
«, »
« and use » « or » « buttons to change the equalizer mode.
For changing user settings;
EQUALIZER
MUSIC
SPORTS
CINEMA
SPEECH
USER
0.1 0.5 1.5 5 10
OK
STORE
BACK
BACK
Select »EQUALIZER« by pressing »
press » « to confirm.
– The »EQUALIZER« menu appears.
«, »
« and
Select the »User« audio setting using »
press » « to confirm.
– The »0.1« frequency band is activated.
«, »
« and
Set the value using »
«, »
« and select the next frequency band by pressing » « or
» «. Press » « to save the setting.
Press »
EXIT
« to finish the settings.
Picture settings
MENU
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
CTI
DDVa
COLOUR TEMPERATURE
BACK
ON
ON
NORMAL
BACK
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
«, »
« and confirm with
Select »PICTURE« with »
» «.
– The »PICTURE« menu appears.
Select »BRIGHTNESS«, »CONTRAST«, »COLOUR« or
«, »
« and adjust them with
»SHARPNESS« with »
EXIT
» « or » « . Press » « to finish the settings.
Note:
After a short while the »PICTURE« menu reappears. The settings are saved as the »USER«
picture default setting.
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Setting the picture features
You can set the noise suppression of the picture.
You can set the noise suppression to one of three settings:
»NORMAL«, »WARM« and »COOL«.
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
CTI
DDVa
COLOUR TEMPERATURE
BACK
BACK
MENU
ON
ON
NORMAL
Press » « to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
Select »PICTURE« with »
«, »
« and confirm with
» «.
– The »PICTURE« menu appears.
Select »COLOUR TEMPERATURE« with »
EXIT
» « or » «. Press » « to finish the settings.
«, »
« and set the desired value with
CTI (Colour Transient Improvement):
You can improve the colour transitions in the picture by selecting ON or OFF.
DDVa (Model dependant) (Dynamic Digital Video Adaption):
You can increase the picture sharpness byselecting DDVa as ON.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Your TV has Digital Comb Filter, DLTI (Digital Luminance
Transient Improvement) features to improve picture quality. These features are set ON
and they can not be changed by the end user.
TILT (Model dependant):
Because of the structure of the picture tubes, your picture can be lost on the corners of the
screen depending on the position of your TV, north-south-east-west.
To clear this effect, you can adjust the TILT setting and prevent the picture loss (Model
dependant).
SPECIAL FEATURES
MENU
MAIN MENU
SOUND
PICTURE
PROGRAM TABLE
DIGITAL SETUP
FEATURES
SELECT
EXIT
OK
Press »
« to open the »MAIN MENU«.
– The »MAIN MENU« appears.
«, »
Select »FEATURES« with »
with » «.
– The »FEATURES« menu appears.
« and confirm
Changing the menu language
You can change the language of the OSD menu.
LANGUAGE
OK
SELECT
Select »LANGUAGE« with »
«, »
confirm with » «.
– The »LANGUAGE« menu appears.
«, »
Select the language with »
» « and press » « to confirm.
« and
« or » «,
EXIT
Press »
« to finish the setting.
Entering the switch-on and off times
DATE & TIME SETTINGS
DATE
CLOCK
ON TIME
OFF TIME
ALARM TIME
PROGRAM No
BACK
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BACK
A switch-on and off timer can be set in the »Date&Time
settings menu«. After this time has elapsed, the
television switches to standby mode or switches
on from standby mode. You can enter the channel
with which the television should switch on in
»Program«.
Select »DATE & TIME SETTINGS« with »
« and confirm with » «.
»
«,
Select »DATE«, »CLOCK«, »ON TIME«, »OFF TIME«, »ALARM TIME« or
»PROGRAM NO« with »
«, »
«.
Enter the switch-on or off
EXIT
Press » « to finish the setting.
time
and
the
channel with
»1...0 «.
Date: Use the numeric buttons to set the real date.
Clock: Use the numeric buttons to set the real time.
On Time: Use the numeric buttons to set the time that you want your TV to be turned
on (TV should be on stand-by mode).
Off Time: Use the numeric buttons to set the time that you want your TV to be turned
off (Stand-by mode).
Alarm Time (Model dependant): Use the numeric buttons to set the alarm time that
you want your TV to alarm.
Program No: Use the numeric buttons to set the programme number that will be shown
when you set the On Time.
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Picture format
This allows you to select the picture size on corresponding to the scren type
of your TV: Availoble formats for widesereen TV sets are 16:9, 4:3, Zoom, Letterbox,
Subtitle and Panaroma. Availoble formats of 4:3 TV sets are 4:3 and 16:9.
The formats of the broadcasts (4:3 or 16:9) you watch by means of aerial input are chosen
automatically. (4:3, 16:9 and Letterbox for 16:9 TV) This feature is active if the channel
you are watching sends WSS (Wide Screen Signalling) information.
Note: The feature mentioned above is relevant for TV sets having teletext.
Widescreen TV sets:
16:9, this is the screen format of widescreen TV sets ( 28” SF/PF, 32” SF/PF).
The TV will automatically switch to this format if it detects 16:9 format from the SCART
inputs.
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16:9
4:3
4:3, conventional TV picture format.
Zoom
Zoom, an enlarged 4:3 format
retaining the same aspect ratio.
LetterBox
L Box (Letter box), Useful for watching
video, some film formats and Pal-Plus
format.
4:3 Sets:
4:3, is the screen format of 28”, 29” and 33” TV sets But you can change the picture
format to 16:9 to able to watch the inputs in 16:9 format, i.e. some broadcasts and DVD’s.
Press the » REV « button to page through the different picture formats and select the one you
want. The selected format will appear on the lower center of the screen for a short while.
Once you have switched the TV off the picture format will revert to the stored setting.
TELETEXT MODE
Teletext is an information system that displays
text on your TV screen. Using the teletext
control buttons you can view pages of
information that are listed in the teletext
index.
Please Note
No on screen display is available in text mode.
The contrast, brightness and colour cannot
be changed but the volume control is still
available.
TV/text mix
To view a page of text whilst watching a TV
programme press the » MIX « button. The text
will be superimposed over the TV
programme.
Press the » MIX « button again to return
to the text page.
To enter Text mode
Page search whilst watching TV
Please Note
Make sure the TV channel you are watching
transmits teletext.
In Text mode press the Update button.
The TV will return to TV mode with the text
page number in the top left hand corner of
the screen.
Press the » « button. The text page will
appear, normally the index page.
To exit Text mode
Press the » « button. The TV will return
to the channel you were watching.
To select a page of text
Enter the page number you want
using the »1...0« buttons.
The top line of the text page will
appear whilst the text searches for
your page. When the page is found
the number will remain in the top
left hand corner of the screen.
Find the number of the page in the
index and enter it using the »1...0« buttons.
The number of the page will appear in the
top left hand corner of the screen.
Press the »UPDATE « button to viewyour selected
page of text.
The page counter will search for your
page. When it finds it, the page will
be displayed.
If you have difficulty reading the
text on the TV you can double the
height of the text.
To move to the next page of text press the
« button.
»
Double height text
Press the »DOUB « button. The top half of the
page will be displayed in double height text.
To move to the previous page press
the » « button.
Press the »DOUB « button again.
To return to the index page press the »
button.
The bottom half of the page will be displayed
in double height text.
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«
Press the »DOUB « button again to return to the
full page.
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TELETEXT MODE
Page hold
If the page of text you have selected
contains sub pages, these sub pages
will automatically be displayed in
order with a delay to allow you to
read the page.
To stop the move to the next sub
page press the » HOLD « button. STOP
will appear in the top left hand corner.
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To reveal information
Press the » REV « button to reveal concealed
information (quiz answers etc.).
Press the » REV « button again to conceal the
information again.
Fastext
To continue moving through the sub
pages press the » HOLD « button again.
At the bottom of the teletext screen is a row
of subject headings in red, green yellow and
blue.
To select a sub page
The remote control has a row of coloured
buttons corresponding to the row of
coloured subjects on the screen.
Pressing one of the coloured buttons will
take you directly to the page corresponding to
the subject heading.
If the page of text you are viewing
contains sub pages, the number of
the sub page you are on and the total
number of sub pages is displayed on
the right of the screen i.e. 1/7.
Toptext (Model Dependant)
To select a sub page press the » SUB «
button. The page numer will and subpage
number will display at the bottom of the
screen.
Enter the number of the sub page,
using the » 1...0 « buttons in the
format 0001 for sub page 1.
The teletext will search for the sub
page. This may take some time. To
return to the TV whilst the teletext
is searching press the » UPDATE « button.
When the page number is found it
will appear in the top left hand corner of
the screen.
Press the »UPDATE « button again to view the
text page.
At the bottom of the teletext screen is a row
of subject headings in yellow and blue.
Pressing yellow or blue buttons on the
remote control, selects the related Subject.
Next page can be selected by pressing the red
button and previous page can be selected
by pressing the green button.
Note: Fastext and Toptext features are not
available in every program.
Connecting external equipment
Headphones (Model Dependant)
The headphones must have an impedance of between 8 and 32 ohms and have a 3.5 mm
stereo jack plug.
Plug the headphone jack into the headphone socket of the TV.
To activate headphone sound, press the mute “ ” button on the remote control (a mute
symbol will appear on the screen) and adjust headphone volume by using the VOL+ on
VOL- buttons on the remote control or front panel of the television.
Connecting a video recorder
Via SCART
Make sure the TV and video recorder are both switched off.
Plug one end of the SCART lead (not supplied) into the back of the video recorder and the
other end into one of the SCART sockets on the back of the TV. Switch on the video recorder
and the TV.
AV
Press the »
« button on the remote control to select AV1, AV2 or AV3 (Model dependant)
to correspond with SCART socket you are using on the back of the TV.
Please note:
You can connect a RGB external equipment via Scart 1. It is necessary to you use full
Scart cable for this purpose.
Select the video outputs of external device by using its menu to RGB if it’s available.
Via PHONO lead (Not supplied)
Make sure the TV and video recorder are both switched off.
Plug one end of the PHONO lead into the video and audio out sockets on the back of the
video recorder and plug the other end into the video and audio in sockets of the TV.
If the sound is in mono use the Audio Input L. In the SOUND menu select MONO.
AV
« button repetitively and select the AV3 mode for two scart models or select
Press the »
AV4 mode for three scart models.
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Via aerial socket
Make sure the TV and video recorder are both switched off.
Unplug the aerial lead from the TV and plug it into the aerial socket on the video recorder
(if fitted). Plug a coaxial plug into the RF out socket on the rear of the video recorder and
plug the other end into the aerial socket of the TV. Switch on the video recorder and the
TV. If your video recorder has a test signal, switch it on. (Refer to the video recorder user
guide). See ‘Tuning the TV’ and carry out the tuning procedure for the video recorder test
signal. Select a programme number 0 or between 55 and 99.
S-Video Player
If you have an S-Video player you can connect it to SCART socket 2 via an adaptor from
scart to S-Video/PHONO audio (not supplied). Press the » AV « button three times to select
AV2S (available for two scart models).
Via PHONO lead and S-Video socket
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You can also connect it through the S-Video socket of the TV (Model dependant).
Plug the S-Video plug into the S-Video socket and the audio leads into the audio sockets.
AV
Press the » « button repetitively to select AV3S for two scart models or AV4S for three
scart models.
R
L
MONO
VIDEO
COAX
R
AUDIO OUT
L
AV3
AV1
AV2
VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA IN
R
EURO A V 1
TV
110-240 V~
50/60 Hz 35 W
L
OUT
TV DIGITAL AUDIO AUDIO OUT
OUT
S-VIDEO OUT
EURO A V 2
DECODER
VIDEO
R
L
MONO
VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA IN
R
VIDEO
EURO A V 1
TV
110-240 V~
50/60 Hz 35 W
L
OUT
S-Video In
TV DIGITAL AUDIO AUDIO OUT
OUT
S-VIDEO OUT
EURO A V 2
DECODER
VIDEO
Connecting a DVD player
Via SCART
Make sure the TV and DVD player are both switched off. Plug one end of the SCART
lead (not supplied) into the back of the DVD player and the other end into one of the
SCART sockets on the back of the TV. Switch on the DVD and the TV.
AV
Press the »
« button on the remote control to select AV1, AV2 or AV3 (Model dependant)
to correspond with SCART socket you are using on the back of the TV.
Via PHONO lead (Model Dependant)
Make sure the TV and DVD player are both switched off. Plug one end of the PHONO
lead into the video and audio out sockets on the back of the DVD player and plug the
AV
« button repetitively
other end into the video and audio in sockets of the TV. Press the »
and select the AV3 mode for two scart models or select AV4 mode for three scart models.
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Via PHONO lead and S-Video socket
You can also connect it through the S-Video socket of the TV (optional).
Plug the S-Video plug into the S-Video socket and the audio leads into the audio sockets.
Press the » AV « button repetitively to select AV3S for two scart models or AV4S for three
scart models.
R
L
MONO
VIDEO
COAX
R
AUDIO OUT
L
AV3
AV1
AV2
VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA IN
R
EURO A V 1
TV
110-240 V~
50/60 Hz 35 W
L
OUT
TV DIGITAL AUDIO AUDIO OUT
OUT
S-VIDEO OUT
EURO A V 2
DECODER
DVD
R
L
MONO
VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA IN
R
VIDEO
EURO A V 1
TV
110-240 V~
50/60 Hz 35 W
L
OUT
S-Video In
TV DIGITAL AUDIO AUDIO OUT
OUT
S-VIDEO OUT
EURO A V 2
DECODER
DVD
Connecting a decoder
Via SCART
Make sure the TV and decoder are both switched off. Plug one end of the SCART lead
(not supplied) into the back of the decoder and the other end into the SCART1 on the
back of the TV. Switch on the decoder and the TV. Press the » AV « button on the remote
control to select AV1.
Via PHONO lead (Model Dependant)
Make sure the TV and decoder are both switched off. Plug one end of the PHONO lead
into the video and audio out sockets on the back of the decoder and plug the other end
into the video and audio in sockets on the TV.
AV
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« button repetitively and select the AV3 mode for two scart models or select
Press the »
AV4 mode for three scart models.
Please Note
You can record from one external piece of equipment to another via the TV by connecting
the playback to SCART 1 and the recorder to SCART 2 or SCART 3 and selecting AV1.
You cannot watch the TV.
You can connect NTSC supported equipment to the TV via the SCART sockets and
adjusting the colour via the PICTURE menu.
Select TINT by using »
« button and use the adjust the colour to » « or » « buttons.
R
L
MONO
VIDEO
COAX
R
AUDIO OUT
L
AV3
AV1
AV2
VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA IN
R
EURO A V 1
TV
L
OUT
TV DIGITAL AUDIO AUDIO OUT
OUT
S-VIDEO OUT
EURO A V 2
DECODER
DECODER
110-240 V~
50/60 Hz 35 W
Connecting TV with video and satellite/digital
receiver
Satellite/digital receiver
Aerial out
TV
Scart socket
Video
Rear of TV
Aerial out
Scart socket
Video
Scart socket
Aerial in
Aerial in
Scart 1
Aerial
socket
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Connecting TV with camcorder
AV1/AV2/AV3
AV3
(3 scart models only)
R
L
VIDEO
S-Video In
S-Video camcorder
Camcorder
Connecting TV games and computer
AV1
R
L
VIDEO
S-Video In
S-Video TV Game Player
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible cause
Solution
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Enter the main menu followed by
digital setup option and select
installation. Set service prefere to
“data service”
No Subtitles
Enter the main menu followed by
digital setup option and select
installation. Set service prefere to
“subtitles”
Technical specifications table
Picture tube
size/type
28”
16:9
29”
4:3
Screen size
70 cm
72 cm
Visible
66 cm 68 cm
screen size
Sound Output 2x10 W 2x10 W
(%10 THD)
Power
100 W
consumption
Stand by
4W
Power
consumption
105 W
4W
Subwoofer
X
X
Dolby
Virtual
X
X
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X : Model Dependant
16:9 : Widescreen TV
4:3 : Conventional TV
Please note:
Using a subwoofer (Model dependant) causes 20 W extra power consumption and
supplies maximum 20 W extra sound output.
General technical specifications
Power Supply
AC: ................................................... 230Va.c 50Hz
Number of preset programmes ......... 100 analog 899 digital
RF Aerial input .................................... 75 ohm (unbalanced)
Speaker impedance ........................... 8 ohm
Audio output ...................................... Stereo/NICAM (Model dependant)
Batteries ............................................ 2x AAA
Receiving channels ............................... VHF (Band I Channels 2-4)
............................................................. VHF (Band III Channels 5-12)
............................................................... UHF (Channels 21-69)
.............................................................. Cable TV (S1-S20/S21-S41)
Environmental note
This product has been made from high-quality parts and materials which can be re-used and recycled.
Therefore, do not throw the product away with normal household waste at the end of its life. Take it to a
collection point for devices. This is indicated by this symbol on the product, in the operating manual and
on the packaging.
Please find out about collection points operated by your local authority.
Help protect the environment by recycling used products.
Plc
Guarantee - Television
Your new television is guaranteed against the cost of breakdown repairs for twelve
months from the date of the original purchase. (* see note below for small screen
sets)
What is covered?
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All repairs necessary as a result of faulty materials, defective components or
manufacturing defect.
The cost of all functional replacement parts, excluding remote control batteries
The labour costs of a Beko approved repairer to carry out the repair.
(*) For TV's with screen sizes of 21 inches or less (measured diagonally corner
to corner) you may be offered a replacement instead of repair under guarantee.
Your dealer will advise you.
What is not covered?
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Transit or delivery damage
Accidental damage
Misuse, or abuse.
Cabinet or appearance parts, including knobs and flaps
Remote control batteries.
Repairs or replacements required as a result of unauthorised repairs or inexpert
installation that fails to meet the requirements contained in the user instruction
book.
Repairs or replacements to product installed or used on commercial or nonhousehold premises.
Important notes.
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The product is guaranteed for domestic household use only.
The guarantee will be void if the product is installed or used in commercial or
non-household premises.
The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with the
instructions contained within the Operating Instructions Booklet provided with
the product
The guarantee is given only within the boundaries of the United Kingdom and
the Republic of Ireland.
The guarantee is not transferable if the product is resold.
Beko Plc disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damages.
The guarantee does not in anyway diminish your statutory or legal rights.
Beko House, Caxton Way, Watford, Herts, WD18 8UF, Tel: 0870 241 0128
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HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE
Congratulations on your choice of a Beko colour television. Your new television has been
designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards to give you many years of
use. To get the best out of it, please take a few moments to read the instruction book.
Your television is supplied with a full 12 months guarantee, covering parts and labour.
Should you require service under guarantee, simply call the number below (***see note
for small screen sets)
0870 241 0128
Our service receptionist will ask you for your product model number, your retailer's name,
and the date of purchase when you call. It will assist you if you complete the box at the
bottom of this page when you take delivery of your television so that the information is
readily available should you need it. If it is necessary for an engineer to visit your home
he will normally be there within 48hrs of receipt of your call (excluding Bank Holidays)
or at your earliest convenience.
Before telephoning for service please check the trouble shooting guide in the instruction
book as often minor problems are easily identified and resolved by following the instructions
contained therein. Service visits where there is no fault with the product could incur a
charge even though the product is under guarantee.
Service is also available on the above number after the guarantee period has expired.
The cost of any repairs outside of the guarantee period is payable to the engineer at the
time of visit .
Please complete the box below for ease of reference later.
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of Purchase
Place of Purchase
Please keep your purchase receipt. The engineer will need to see it should
you require service under the 12-month Guarantee.
*** Special Note:
In home repair service is not available on models with a screen size of 21" or under. You
should contact your retailer for advice and assistance on these models.
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