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Contents
SETTING UP
Safety precautions – Some do’s and don’ts for you to be aware of
Installation and important information
The remote control – an at-a-glance guide
Connecting external equipment – a guide to connecting external equipment to the back of the television
Connecting a computer – connecting a computer to the back of the television
Connecting REGZA-LINK – connecting Toshiba REGZA-LINK equipment
Controls and input connections – switching on the television, standby, using the controls on the television,
headphone socket, connecting equipment to the side input sockets
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TUNING THE TELEVISION
DIGITAL – tuning the television for the first time
DIGITAL – auto tuning, analogue switch off
DIGITAL – programme sorting, manual tuning
ANALOGUE – tuning analogue mode for the first time, language, country
ANALOGUE – manual tune, broadcast system
ANALOGUE – auto tune
ANALOGUE – programme skip, sorting programme positions
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
General controls – changing programme position
Stereo and bilingual transmissions – stereo/mono or dual language broadcasts
Time display (analogue only)
Sound controls – volume, sound mute, bass/treble/balance
Sound controls – bass boost, super woofer, dual (analogue only), stable sound®
SRS WOW ® sound effects – SRS 3D, FOCUS and TruBass
Widescreen viewing
Picture controls – picture position (analogue only), back light
Picture controls – picture preferences (contrast, brightness, colour, tint, sharpness), black stretch,
MPEG noise reduction (MPEG NR), digital noise reduction (DNR), colour temperature
Picture controls – active backlight control, cinema mode, film stabilization, Active Vision M100,
xvYCC selection (HDMI only)
Picture controls – 3D colour management, base colour adjustment, antenna amplifier
Picture controls – automatic format (widescreen), 4:3 stretch, blue screen, side panel adjustment,
picture still
Panel lock – disabling the buttons on the television
DIGITAL – programme timer
Sleep timer
DIGITAL – on-screen information and programme guide
DIGITAL settings – parental controls (setting the PIN, mode)
DIGITAL settings – favourite programmes, locked programmes, encrypted programmes
DIGITAL settings – audio languages, audio output, subtitles, reset TV, common interface
DIGITAL settings – software upgrade (version, automatic upgrade, searching for new software)
PC settings – picture position, clock phase, sampling clock, reset, PC media window
REGZA-LINK controls – general information, input source selection
REGZA-LINK menus – enable REGZA-LINK
REGZA-LINK menus – TV auto input switch, TV auto power, auto standby, speaker preference
Input selection and AV connections – input and output sockets for connected equipment, HDMI setting
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TEXT SERVICES
ANALOGUE text – setting up, general information, Auto. and LIST modes
ANALOGUE text – control buttons
DIGITAL interactive services – general information
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PROBLEM SOLVING
Questions and Answers – answers to some of the more common queries including
manual fine tuning and colour system
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INFORMATION
Notes – for your own records
Information – signal information
Specifications and Accessories – technical information about the television, supplied accessories
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Safety Precautions
This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any
electrical equipment, care must be taken to obtain the best results and for safety to be assured. Please read
the points below for your own safety. They are of a general nature, intended to help with all electronic
consumer products and some points may not apply to the goods you have just purchased.
DO NOT REMOVE ANY FIXED COVERS AS THIS
WILL EXPOSE DANGEROUS AND 'LIVE' PARTS.
Air Circulation
Leave more than 10cm clearance around the
television to allow adequate ventilation. This will
prevent overheating and possible damage to the
television. Dusty places should also be avoided.
THE MAINS PLUG IS USED AS A
DISCONNECTING DEVICE AND THEREFORE
SHOULD BE READILY OPERABLE.
Do not
Heat Damage
DO NOT obstruct the ventilation openings of the
equipment with items such as newspapers,
tablecloths, curtains, etc. Overheating will cause
damage and shorten the life of the equipment.
Damage may occur if the television is left in direct
sunlight or near a heater. Avoid places subject to
extremely high temperatures or humidity. Place in a
location where the temperature remains between
5°C (41°F) min. and 35°C (94°F) max.
DO NOT allow electrical equipment to be exposed
to dripping or splashing or objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, to be placed on the equipment.
Mains Supply
DO NOT place hot objects or naked flame sources,
such as lighted candles or nightlights on, or close to
equipment. High temperatures can melt plastic and
lead to fires.
The mains supply required for this equipment is
220-240v AC 50/60Hz. Never connect to a DC
supply or any other power source. DO ensure that
the television is not standing on the mains lead.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this
equipment, this incorporates a special Radio
Interference Filter, the removal of which will impair
its performance. In the UK, the fuse fitted in this
plug is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. It
should only be replaced by a correctly rated and
approved type and the fuse cover must be refitted.
IF IN DOUBT PLEASE CONSULT A COMPETENT
ELECTRICIAN.
DO NOT use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs
with wood screws. To ensure complete safety,
always fit the manufacturers’ approved stand,
bracket or legs with the fixings provided according
to the instructions.
DO NOT leave equipment switched on when it is
unattended, unless it is specifically stated that it is
designed for unattended operation or has a
standby mode. Switch off by withdrawing the plug,
make sure your family know how to do this. Special
arrangements may need to be made for people
with disabilities.
Do
DO read the operating instructions before you
attempt to use the equipment.
DO NOT continue to operate the equipment if you
are in any doubt about it working normally, or it is
damaged in any way – switch off, withdraw the
mains plug and consult your dealer.
DO ensure that all electrical connections
(including the mains plug, extension leads and
inter-connections between pieces of equipment)
are properly made and in accordance with the
manufacturers’ instructions. Switch off and
withdraw the mains plug before making or
changing connections.
WARNING – excessive sound pressure from
earphones or headphones can cause hearing loss.
ABOVE ALL – NEVER let anyone, especially
children, push or hit the screen, push
anything into holes, slots or any other
openings in the case.
DO consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt
about the installation, operation or safety of your
equipment.
NEVER guess or take chances with electrical
equipment of any kind – it is better to be safe
than sorry.
DO be careful with glass panels or doors on
equipment.
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Installation and important information
Where to install
Locate the television away from direct sunlight and strong lights,
soft, indirect lighting is recommended for comfortable viewing.
Use curtains or blinds to prevent direct sunlight falling on
the screen.
Sturdy tie
(as short as possible)
Place on a sturdy platform, the mounting surface should be flat
and steady. It should then be secured to the wall with a sturdy tie
using the clip on the back of the stand, or secured to the platform
using the fixing strap located underneath the table top stand, this
will prevent it from falling over.
Clip
Clip
Clip
The LCD display panels are manufactured using an extremely
high level of precision technology, however sometimes some parts
of the screen may be missing picture elements or have luminous
spots. This is not a sign of a malfunction.
Side View
Top View
Make sure the television is located in a position where it cannot
be pushed or hit by objects, as pressure will break or damage the
screen, and that small items cannot be inserted into slots or
openings in the case.
Please take note
The digital reception function of this television is only effective in the countries listed in the "COUNTRY SET UP" section of the
"DIGITAL MENU". Depending on country/area some of this television’s functions may not be available. Reception of future additional
or modified services can not be guaranteed with this television.
If stationary images generated by 4:3 broadcasts, text services, channel identification logos, computer displays, video games, on
screen menus, etc. are left on the television screen for any length of time they could become conspicuous, it is always advisable to
reduce both the brightness and contrast settings.
EXCLUSION CLAUSE
Toshiba shall under no circumstances be liable for loss and/or damage to the product caused by:
i) fire;
ii) earthquake;
iii) accidental damage;
iv) intentional misuse of the product;
v) use of the product in improper conditions;
vi) loss and/or damage caused to the product whilst in the possession of a third party;
vii) any damage or loss caused as a result of the owner’s failure and/or neglect to follow the instructions set out in the owner’s
manual;
viii) any loss or damage caused directly as a result of misuse or malfunction of the product when used simultaneously with
associated equipment;
Furthermore, under no circumstances shall Toshiba be liable for any consequential loss and/or damage including but not limited
to the following, loss of profit, interruption of business, the loss of recorded data whether caused during normal operation or
misuse of the product.
NOTE: A Toshiba wall bracket or stand, where available, must be used. If a non Toshiba wall bracket or stand is used the
product’s BEAB approval will become void and the equipment is then used at the consumers own risk.
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The remote control UP
Simple at-a-glance reference of your remote control.
To select mode
For On/Standby mode
Number buttons
To select input from external sources,
analogue or digital TV.
To return to the previous programme
To switch between ATV (analogue
television) and DTV (digital television)
To change programme positions and
text pages
To alter the volume
To mute the sound
On-screen Menus
To exit Menus
When using menus the arrows move the
cursor on the screen up, down, left or
right. OK to confirm your selection
To display the digital on-screen
Programme Guide
To switch between TV, Radio and Favourite
programmes when in digital mode
Text and interactive service control buttons
To display digital on-screen information
Selectable picture preferences
To call up text services in analogue mode
and interactive services in digital mode
Widescreen viewing
When in TV mode:
Still picture
O I/II Stereo/bilingual transmissions
SUBTITLE
Digital Subtitles
8/9 Analogue time display
When using the Programme Guide:
– 24 hours
l
l + 24 hours
– 1 page
+ 1 page
REGZA-LINK or DVD mode:
press /ll to PAUSE/STEP
press to PLAY
press
to REWIND
press
to FAST FORWARD
press to EJECT
press to STOP
press l
to SKIP-REWIND
press
l to SKIP-FORWARD
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mr
r
q
s
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p
q
s
q
s
q
s
Inserting batteries and effective range of the remote
Remove the back cover to reveal the battery compartment and make sure the batteries are inserted the
right way round. Suitable battery types for this remote are AAA, IEC R03 1.5V.
Do not combine a used, old battery with a new one or mix battery types. Remove dead batteries
immediately to prevent acid from leaking into the battery compartment. Dispose of them in a designated
disposal area. Warning: batteries must not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
The performance of the remote control will deteriorate beyond a distance of five metres or outside an angle
of 30 degrees from the centre of the television. If the operating range becomes reduced the batteries may
need replacing.
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Connecting external equipment
Before connecting any external equipment, turn off all main power switches. If there is no switch
remove the mains plug from the wall socket.
COMPONENT VIDEO (EXT3)
SCART 2 (EXT2)
SCART 1 (EXT1)
CABLE HOLDER
*a decoder could
tellite
be Digital Sa
or any other
er.
compatible decod
FIXING STRAP
The cable ho
lder
can be used
for aerial,
media record
er and
audio cables.
Do
use as a hand not
le and
remove all ca
bles
before moving
the
television.
HDMI INPUT
SOCKETS
decoder*
MEDIA REC.
TV
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUTPUT
(DTV MODE ONLY)
media recorder
IN/OUT
SAT
COMMON INTERFACE
The Common Interface is for a
Conditional Access Module (CAM).
Contact a service provider.
This television supports HDMI (Deep Color™) when applied
through an HDMI input.
Aerial cables:
Connect the aerial to the socket on the rear of the television.
If you use a decoder* and/or a media recorder it is essential
that the aerial cable is connected through the decoder
and/or through the media recorder to the television.
NOTE: It is recommended that an HDMI cable with the
HDMI logo (
) is used. When connecting other
equipment to this television if the connection is capable of
1080p and/or supports Deep Color™ a Category 2 cable
will be required. Conventional HDMI/DVI cable may not
work properly with this mode. It is recommended that DVI
cable or DVI/HDMI adapter with cable is less than 2m long.
SCART leads:
Connect the video recorder IN/OUT socket to the television.
Connect the decoder TV socket to the television. Connect
the media recorder SAT socket to the decoder MEDIA REC.
socket.
PLEASE NOTE: Although this television is able to connect
to HDMI equipment it is possible that some equipment may
not operate correctly.
Before running Auto tuning put your decoder and media
recorder to Standby.
A wide variety of external equipment can be
connected to the back of the television, therefore the
relevant owners manuals for all additional
equipment must be referred to.
The phono sockets alongside the COMPONENT VIDEO
INPUT sockets will accept L and R audio signals.
In addition there is a fixed external audio ouput which
enables the connection of a suitable Hi-Fi unit.
We recommend SCART 1 for a decoder and SCART 2 for a
media recorder. If connecting S-VIDEO equipment, set the
INPUT for EXT2. See page 37.
The Digital Audio Output socket enables the connection of a
suitable surround sound system. NOTE: this output is
always active.
If the television automatically switches over to monitor
external equipment, return to normal television by pressing
the desired programme position button. To recall external
to select between DTV, EXT1, EXT2,
equipment, press
EXT3C, HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3, PC or ATV.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is for use with a
DVD, decoder or electrical equipment with digital audio and
video output.
B
REGZA-LINK will only work through HDMI when using other
Toshiba equipment with REGZA-LINK capability.
HDMI, the HDMI logo, High-Definition Multimedia Interface and Deep
Color are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC.
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Connecting a computer
Before connecting any external equipment, turn off all main power switches. If there is no switch
remove the mains plug from the wall socket.
the back of your television
Audio cable for PC to
television connection
(not supplied)
Computer
Mini D-sub
15 pin connector
RGB PC cable
(not supplied)
Conversion adaptor if required (not supplied)
Connect the PC cable from the computer to the PC
terminal on the back of the television.
The following signals can be displayed:
VGA: 640 x 480/60 Hz (VESA)
VGA: 640 x 480/75 Hz (VESA)
SVGA: 800 x 600/60 Hz (VESA)
SVGA: 800 x 600/75 Hz (VESA)
XGA: 1024 x 768/60 Hz (VESA)
XGA: 1024 x 768/70 Hz (VESA)
XGA: 1024 x 768/75 Hz (VESA)
WXGA: 1280 x 768/60 Hz (VESA)
WXGA: 1280 x 768/60 Hz (VESA) – Reduced Blanking
WXGA: 1280 x 768/75 Hz (VESA)
WXGA: 1360 x 768/60Hz (VESA)
SXGA: 1280 x 1024/60 Hz (VESA)
SXGA: 1280 x 1024/75 Hz (VESA)
Connect the audio cable to the PC/HDMI1 Audio
socket on the back of the television. Select PC from the
PC/HDMI1 audio options in the AV connection
menu located in the SET UP menu.
Press the
B to select PC mode.
PLEASE NOTE:
Some PC models cannot be connected to this
television.
An adaptor is not needed for computers with a DOS/V
compatible mini D-sub 15 pin terminal.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Some PCs when connected
they may not display correctly.
A band may appear at the edges of the screen or parts
of the picture may be obscured. This is due to scaling
of the picture by the set, it is not a malfunction.
When connecting a PC using HDMI the following
signals can be accepted (see page 21):
When PC input mode is selected some of the
television’s features will be unavailable e.g. Manual
setting in the SET UP menu, Colour, Tint, DNR and
Black Stretch in the Picture settings menu.
1080i 50/60Hz
1080p 50/60Hz
720p 50/60Hz
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Connecting REGZA-LINK
The basic functions of connected audio/video equipment can be controlled using the televisions remote
control if a REGZA-LINK compatible device is connected.
the back of your television
AV amplifier
Playback equipment
HDMI IN
HDMI OUT
HDMI OUT
Playback equipment
HDMI OUT
NOTE: It is recommended that for correct operation all
audio/video devices are connected using HDMI cables
branded with the HDMI logo (
). If several
devices are connected, the REGZA-LINK feature may
not operate properly.
NOTE: The REGZA-LINK feature uses CEC Technology
as regulated by the HDMI standard. This feature is
limited to models incorporating Toshiba’s REGZA-LINK.
However, Toshiba is not liable for those operations.
Refer to individual instruction manuals for compatability
information.
After connecting the equipment use the REGZA-LINK
menus to setup the desired options. The connected
equipment must also be set. For details see the
operation manual for each connected device.
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Controls and input connections
A wide variety of external equipment can be connected to the input sockets on the side of the television.
Whilst all the necessary adjustments and controls for the television are made using the remote control, the
buttons on the television may be used for some functions.
RED LED – Standby
GREEN LED – Power on
(LED 1)
GREEN LED – Active standby (digital only)
GREEN LED – Timer (analogue only)
(LED 2)
Standby
HDMI3
INPUT
Input 3
(side) will ta
ke
priority over
EXT3 (back)
if
both connec
tions
are used at
the
same time.
INPUT 3
(EXT3)
button on the
To use the options press the and
remote control to move up and down through them and
OK, or to select the required choice. Follow the on
screen instructions. The functions of each menu are
described in detail throughout the manual.
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Switching on
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z x
If the RED LED is unlit check that the mains plug is
connected to the power supply. If the picture does not
appear press
on the remote control, it may take a few
moments.
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Using the controls and connections
To put the television into Standby press
on the remote
control, the GREEN active standby LED will appear
(see ‘Software Upgrade’ section) next to the RED for a few
moments then disappear. To view the television press
again. The picture may take a few seconds to appear.
i
To alter the volume press —
j +.
To alter the programme position press
i
e F f.
Press MENU and S, R, Q or P to control the sound
and picture options.
Using the remote control
Press MENU twice to finish.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to see
the menus.
When connecting sound equipment to EXT3, connect
the audio output of the equipment to the phono sockets
on the television.
In digital mode the menu bar at the top of the screens
will show three different topics shown in symbols. As each
symbol is selected by pressing the or button on the
remote control, its respective options will appear below.
To select the Input, press
until the display shows
EXT3 as described on page 37. The television will
automatically sense the type of signal.
B
z x
Please always refer to the owner’s manual of the
equipment to be connected for full details.
In analogue mode the menu appears as a list of five
topics. As each symbol is selected by pressing the or
button on the remote control, its respective options will
appear below.
z x
Please note: Inserting the headphone plug will mute the
sound from all speakers.
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Tuning Digital television for the first time
Before switching on the television put your decoder and media recorder to Standby if they are connected
and ensure the aerial is connected. To set up the television use the buttons on the remote control as detailed
on page 6.
1
Press the button, the LOCAL OPTIONS screen
will appear. This screen will appear the first time
that the television is switched on and each time
the television is reset.
When the search is complete the television will
automatically select programme one.
i
The DTV AUTO TUNING screen will display the
total number of services found.
DTV AUTO TUNING
LOCAL OPTIONS
Country
88 programmes found
UK
Language
ENGLISH
Audio Language
ENGLISH
Audio output
PCM
Subtitles
OFF
Local Time Settings
53 TV
Prog. Name
0
Continue
Press to highlight Country and or to
select. The television will now tune the stations for
your country.
3
Using
select.
4
Press OK to start tuning.
z x
34
GOOD
2
BBC TWO
34
GOOD
3
ITV1
31
GOOD
4
Channel 4
31
POOR
5
Five
48
GOOD
31
POOR
You must allow the television to complete
the search.
DTV AUTO TUNING
Progress
Type UHF Quality
CBBC Channel
34
GOOD
87
Community
21
POOR
Watch
Page Down
Sort
Use or
to move through the list to select a
programme then press OK to view.
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NOTE: The time will be set automatically by
transmission but can be advanced or decreased
by up to 3 hours using Local Time Settings.
The DTV AUTO TUNING screen will appear
and the television will start to search for
available stations. The progress bar will move
along the line.
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ITV2
Page Up
5
Type UHF Quality
BBC ONE
Change
e highlight Language, then z or x to
Prog. Name
8 Text
1
6
2
e
27 Radio
Press OK to watch programme
EXIT Cancel
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Digital auto tuning
NOTE: As new services are broadcast it will be necessary to re-tune the television in order to view them.
You must allow the television to complete
the search.
Auto tuning
When the search is complete the Auto tuning
screen will display the total number of services
found.
Auto tuning will completely re-tune the television and
can be used to up date the channel list.
It is recommended that Auto tuning is run
periodically to ensure that all new services are
added. All current programmes and settings, i.e.
favourites and locked programmes, will be lost.
1
Press MENU, the SETUP MENU will appear.
Use to highlight Auto tuning. Press OK.
2
A screen will appear warning that previous
digital programmes and settings will be deleted.
Press OK to continue with the Auto tuning.
AUTO TUNING
88 programmes found
53 TV
27 Radio
8 Text
Press OK to watch programme
Prog. Name
Type UHF Quality
e
WARNING
YES
3
MENU Cancel
34
BBC TWO
34
GOOD
GOOD
3
ITV1
31
GOOD
4
Channel 4
31
POOR
5
Five
48
GOOD
6
ITV2
31
POOR
Watch MENU Back
Page Down
Sort
Use or
to move through the list to select a
programme then press OK to view.
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Analogue switch-off
The television will start to search for all available
stations.
This is a digital television which is integrated to allow the
use of both digital and analogue services. However,
during the lifetime of this set it is very likely that
analogue services will be switched off to allow for more
new digital services.
AUTO TUNING
Progress
Prog. Name
BBC ONE
2
Change
Page Up
! All previous digital programmes and
settings will be deleted.
Continue?
Select
1
This ‘switch-off’ will happen in a number of phases,
which will be advertised in your area well in advance.
It is recommended that at each phase the television is
re-tuned to ensure that existing and new digital
services can be viewed without disruption
(see the 'Auto tuning' section).
Type UHF Quality
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CBBC Channel
34
GOOD
87
Community
21
POOR
EXIT Cancel
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Digital programme sorting,
manual tuning
NOTE: When the television is switched off the mode being viewed at the time will automatically be selected
when the television is switched back on.
Programme sorting
1
The station order may be changed to suit
personal preference. Press MENU, the SETUP
MENU will appear on screen.
2
Use to move down through the list and
highlight Programmes. Press OK.
Use or
to move through the list to your
preferred position. As you do so the other
stations will move to make room.
5
Press to store your move. Repeat as
necessary, then press EXIT.
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OK
Local Options
OK
Auto tuning
OK
Manual tuning
OK
Programmes
OK
1
Select Manual tuning from the SETUP MENU
and press OK.
2
Enter the multiplex number using the number
buttons and then press OK. The television will
automatically search for that multiplex.
EXIT Watch TV
When the multiplex is found any channels not
currently on the programme list will be added
and the programme information at the top of
the screen will be updated.
With the list of stations now showing use or
to highlight the station you want to move and
press .
e
f
x
3
The selected station will be moved to the right of
the screen.
PROGRAMMES
Prog.
Name
1
BBC ONE
2
BBC TWO
3
ITV1
4
Channel 4
5
Five
6
ITV2
Sort
Page Up
Store
z
This feature is available for service engineers or can be
used for direct channel entry if the multiplex channel
is known.
TV Setup
MENU Back
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Manual tuning
SETUP MENU
3
4
MENU Back EXIT Watch TV
Page Down
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Repeat as necessary. Press EXIT to finish.
Tuning Analogue mode for the first time
The Quick Setup feature will tune all analogue channels currently available in the area. To put the
television into ATV mode press the A/D button.
1
Select ATV mode. The Quick Setup screen will
appear.
Manual tuning
Prog.
Channel
1
C22
BBC1
2
C28
BBC2
3
C25
ITV
4
C32
CH4
5
C68
6
C69
Quick Setup
Select your language.
Language
EXIT
English
Watch TV
OK
2
Using
OK.
3
Then press
4
To start Auto tuning press OK.
Select
MENU Back
OK
Next
z or x select your language, then press
6
z or x to select your country.
Auto tuning
EXIT
5
Sort
EXIT
Watch TV
Use or
to move through the list to select a
programme then press EXIT to view.
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The station order may be changed using the
Manual tuning screen (see the analogue
‘Sorting programme positions’ section).
Searching
Channel : C22
Station
Station : BBC1
Stop
The search will begin for all available stations.
The slide bar will move along the line as the
search progresses.
You must allow the television to complete
the search.
When the search is complete the television will
automatically select programme position 1 and
the Manual tuning screen will appear.
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Analogue manual tune
The television can be tuned-in manually using Manual tuning. For example: if the television cannot be
connected to a media recorder/decoder with a SCART lead or to tune-in a station on another System.
Use
z and x to move across the screen and select any of these Manual Tune options.
Programme
System
Colour
system
Programme
skip
Channel
Search
Station
Manual fine
tuning
Programme: The number to be pressed on the remote control.
System: Specific to certain areas.
Colour system: Factory set to Auto, should only be changed if problems are experienced, i.e. NTSC input from
external source.
Programme skip:
means nothing has been stored or the facility to skip the channel is ON. See page 17.
Channel: The channel number on which a station is being broadcast.
Search: Search up and down for a signal.
Manual fine tuning: Only used if interference/weak signal is experienced. See page 41.
Station: Station identification. Use the or and or buttons to enter up to seven characters.
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z x
To allocate a programme position on the television for a decoder and media recorder: turn the decoder on,
insert a pre-recorded film in the media recorder and press PLAY, then manually tune.
1
Press MENU and using or select the SET UP
menu, with
highlight Manual tuning, press
OK to select.
z x
e
3
Press OK to select. If the programme is skipped,
Programme skip must be removed before
storing.
Manual tuning
System
SET UP
Language
UK
Auto tuning
OK
Manual tuning
OK
Antenna Amplifier
On
AV connection
OK
2
Back
EXIT
1
C22
BBC1
2
C28
BBC2
3
C25
ITV
4
C32
CH4
5
C69
OK
Select
Back
MENU
Watch TV
Then press
6
Press or
to begin the search. The search
symbol will flash.
x
f or e to
x to select Search.
f e
Manual tuning
Search: Up
0
I
Store
MENU Back
A
C 60
0
OK
Station
Different
Channel
numbers
may be
displayed
7
Sort
EXIT
EXIT
5
Manual tuning
C60
0
Press to select System and use
change if required.
f e
0
C 60
4
Use or
to highlight the programme position
required e.g. we suggest Prog. 0 for a media
recorder.
Channel
A
Store
MENU Back
Watch TV
Prog.
I
OK
English
Country
MENU
0
1/2
Watch TV
15
EXIT
Watch TV
Each signal will show on the television, if it is not
your media recorder, press or
again to
restart the search.
f e
Analogue manual tune continued,
Auto tune
8
When your media recorder signal is found, press
to move along to Station. With , , and
put in the required characters, e.g. VCR.
Using Auto tuning
fez
x
x
1
Manual tuning
Station
0
I
A
Store
MENU Back
C 60
0
To set up the television using Auto tuning, press
MENU and use or to select the SET UP
menu.
z x
V C R
OK
9
10
Watch TV
EXIT
SET UP
Press OK to store.
Repeat for each programme position you want
to tune or, press MENU to return to the list of
channels and select the next number to tune.
11
Press EXIT when you have finished.
12
To name external equipment, e.g. DVD on EXT2,
to select
2, then select Manual
press
setting from the SET UP menu.
13
B
Press x to select Label then using f, e, z and
x put in the required characters. Press OK.
Label
OK
Store
Back
MENU
D V D
EXIT
UK
Auto tuning
OK
Manual tuning
OK
Antenna Amplifier
On
AV connection
OK
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
2
Press
select.
3
Using highlight Country, then or to select.
The television will now tune the stations for your
country.
4
Press
Manual setting
A
English
Country
MENU
B
EXT2
1/2
Language
e to highlight Language and z or x to
e
z x
e to highlight Auto tuning, then press OK.
Auto tuning
Watch TV
! Previous settings will be lost !
Press EXIT for no change.
Press OK to start Auto tune.
This television has direct channel entry
if the channel numbers are known.
Select the Manual tuning screen in Step 3. Enter the
Programme number, the System, then C for
standard (terrestrial) channels or S for cable channels
and the Channel number. Press OK to store.
PLEASE NOTE
MENU
5
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
To start Auto tuning press OK.
You must allow the television to complete the search.
When the search is complete the television will
automatically select programme position 1. This may not
be a clear picture, so the station order can be changed
(see 'Sorting programme positions' section).
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Analogue programme skip,
sorting programme positions
Programme skip
Sorting programme positions
To prevent certain programmes from being viewed, the
programme position can be skipped. The remote control
must be removed as the channels will still be available using
the number buttons. Programmes can then be watched as
normal using the controls on the television, but the television
will not show the skipped programme position.
Channels may be moved and stored on the programme
position of your choice.
1
Select Manual tuning from the SET UP menu.
1
Select Manual tuning from the SET UP menu.
2
With the list of stations now showing use or
to highlight the station you want to move and
press .
x
Manual tuning
Prog.
Channel
1
C22
BBC1
2
C28
BBC2
3
C25
ITV
4
C32
CH4
5
C68
6
C69
Select
MENU Back
The selected station will be moved to the right of
the screen.
Station
Manual tuning
Prog.
1
Sort
OK
EXIT
Use or
to highlight the programme position
to be skipped and press OK to select.
3
Press
4
Use or
Press OK.
f e
x
to select Programme skip.
on the screen indicates a skipped
programme position.
Programme skip : On
Store
MENU Back
A
C 22
0
B B C 1
OK
EXIT
BBC1
C28
BBC2
3
C25
ITV
4
C32
CH4
5
C68
6
C69
EXIT
Watch TV
3
Use or
to move through the list to your
preferred position. As you do so the other stations
will move to make room.
4
Press
e f
z to store your move.
Repeat as necessary, then press EXIT.
Manual tuning
I
Station
C22
2
Store
MENU Back
f e to turn Programme skip on.
1
Channel
Watch TV
2
5
e f
Watch TV
Press MENU and repeat from Step 2 or press
EXIT.
Each programme position has to be individually
selected. To turn Programme skip off, repeat the
procedure for each position.
Skipped programme positions cannot be selected
by P P and P Q or by the controls on the
television, but can still be accessed by the number
buttons on the remote control.
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General controls, stereo/bilingual
transmissions, time display, sound controls
Selecting programme positions
Bass, Treble and Balance
To select a programme position use the numbered
buttons on the remote control.
The sound controls are accessible in digital and
analogue modes, as are most of the televisions features.
Programme positions can also be selected using P P and
P Q.
1
In digital mode, press MENU and using
highlight TV setup then press OK.
To revert to the previous programme position press
2
Use
3
In analogue mode, press MENU and
select SOUND.
^.
To display on-screen information i.e. programme position,
channels or stereo/mono signal, press i+ . Press again
to cancel.
z or x to select SOUND.
Stereo and Bilingual transmissions
z or x to
1/2
SOUND
If stereo or dual language broadcasts are transmitted the
word Stereo or Dual will appear on the screen each time
programme positions are changed, disappearing after a
few seconds. If the broadcast is not in stereo the word
Mono will appear.
Dual
Dual 1
Bass
0
Treble
0
Balance
0
WOW
OK
Stable sound
Stereo… Press
e
O I/II to select Stereo or Mono.
MENU
Bilingual… Bilingual transmissions are rare. If they are
transmitted the word Dual will display. Choose the
required programme number and if the word Dual
appears press
I/II to select Dual 1, Dual 2 or Mono.
4
Off
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
Press to highlight Bass, Treble or Balance
and or to change the setting.
e
z x
O
Bass boost
The Time Display – analogue only
Bass boost enhances the depth of the sound on the TV
speakers. The difference will only be noticeable on sound
with a strong bass.
The time display facility allows the current (text service)
time to be seen on the television screen.
Press / whilst watching a normal television
broadcast to see a time display from the broadcaster. It
will remain on screen for about 5 seconds.
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1
In the SOUND menu press to highlight Bass
boost. Use or to select On.
2
Then press
using or
z x
e
e to highlight Bass boost level and
z x adjust to suit your preference.
Sound controls
Volume
Press
Sound Mute
Press
2/2
SOUND
j — or j + to adjust the volume.
Bass boost
On
Bass boost level
70
k once to turn the sound off and again to cancel.
MENU
18
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
Sound controls continued, SRS WOW ® sound
effects, dual, stable sound®
Super Woofer
3
To use an external Super Woofer connect it to the Woofer
Out connection on the back of the television.
4
1
Select AV connection in the SET UP menu.
2
Press to highlight Woofer and using
select External.
e
5
z or x
Press
or
e to highlight SRS 3D and using
z x select between On or Off.
Then press
e to highlight FOCUS and press
z or x to select between On or Off.
Highlight TruBass and use z or x to select Off,
Low or High to suit your preference.
NOTE: This feature is not available through
headphones.
AV connection
Woofer
Dual – analogue only
External
If a programme or film is being broadcast with a
soundtrack in more than one language, the DUAL feature
allows selection between them.
MENU
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
SRS WOW sound effects
®
2
Use
f or e to highlight WOW then press OK.
WOW
SRS 3D
On
FOCUS
Off
TruBass
Off
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
•
MENU
2
Use to highlight Dual then press
choose between Dual 1 or Dual 2.
e
z or x to
The Stable Sound feature limits high volume levels on the
TV speakers, preventing the extreme changes in volume
that can occur when channels are changed or a
programme switches to a commercial.
SRS 3D gives a rich sound experience, FOCUS
concentrates the sound and gives the effect of it coming
from the centre of the television, TruBass enhances the
lower bass frequencies.
Press MENU and select the SOUND menu.
Select the SOUND menu.
Stable sound®
SRS WOW ® is a suite of audio effects which use the stereo
signals being broadcast to produce enhanced sound from
the television’s speakers. If mono sound is broadcast only
TruBass will be available.
1
1
WOW, SRS and symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
WOW technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
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1
Select the SOUND menu.
2
Use
or
e to highlight Stable sound then press
z x to select On or Off.
Widescreen viewing
Depending on the type of broadcast being transmitted, programmes can be viewed in a number of formats.
button repeatedly to select between Exact scan, PC, Wide, Super Live 2, Cinema 2, 4:3,
Press the
Super Live 1, Cinema 1, Subtitle and 14:9.
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SUPER LIVE 1
This setting will enlarge a 4:3 image to
fit the screen by stretching the image
horizontally and vertically, holding
better proportions at the centre of the
image. Some distortion may occur.
SUPER LIVE 2
If a ‘side panel format’ signal is being
received this setting will enlarge the
image to fit the screen by stretching
the image horizontally and vertically,
holding better proportions at the
centre of the image. Some distortion
may occur.
CINEMA 1
When watching ‘letterbox format’
films/video tapes, this setting will
eliminate or reduce the black bars at
the top and bottom of the screen by
zooming in and selecting the image
without distortion.
CINEMA 2
When watching ‘all sides panel format’
films/video tapes, this setting will
eliminate or reduce the black bars at all
sides of the screen by zooming in and
selecting the image without distortion.
SUBTITLE
When subtitles are included on a
letterbox format broadcast, this setting
will raise the picture to ensure that all
the text is displayed.
SUBTITLE
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Widescreen viewing continued
14:9
Use this setting when watching a 14:9
broadcast.
WIDE
Use this setting when watching a
widescreen DVD, widescreen video
tape or a 16:9 broadcast
(when available). Due to the range of
widescreen formats (16:9, 14:9,
20:9 etc.) black bars may be visible
on the top and bottom of the screen.
Use this setting to view a true 4:3
broadcast.
4:3
FULL HD MODELS
ly
This option is on
watching
available when
a 1080 source.
EXACT SCAN
Use this setting when watching a
1080 source, it will display the image
as transmitted without scaling or
cropping the picture.
PC
When using a PC connected via
HDMI this setting will show the picture
without over scan, i.e. WYSIWYG.
Press the
button and a list of all the widescreen formats will appear on screen.
Use and
to highlight the required format and OK to select.
f
{
e
Exact Scan
PC
When a PC is connected via HDMI it will be selectable in the widescreen format list.
Wide
Super Live 2
Cinema 2
4:3
Super Live 1
Cinema 1
Using the special functions to change the size of the displayed image (i.e. changing the
height/width ratio) for the purposes of public display or commercial gain may infringe on
copyright laws.
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Subtitle
14:9
Picture controls
Most of the picture controls and functions are available in both digital and analogue modes. To access the
required menus when in digital mode: press MENU and using select TV setup, press OK then or to
select the desired menu. PLEASE NOTE: features not available in digital mode will be greyed out. To access the
required menus when in analogue mode: press MENU and use or to select the desired menu.
e
z x
z x
Picture position – analogue only
Backlight
The picture position may be adjusted to suit personal
preference and can be particularly useful for
external inputs.
Adjusting the Backlight can improve the clarity of the
screen when viewing.
1
1
In the SET UP menu press until
Picture position is highlighted.
e
In the PICTURE menu press to select
Picture settings, then press OK.
e
1/2
PICTURE
SET UP
2/2
Picture position
OK
Quick Setup
OK
Picture settings
OK
Active Backlight Control
On
Cinema mode
On
Film Stabilization
Off
Active Vision M100
On
xvYCC selection
MENU
Back
MENU
EXIT
2
Press OK to view the options available for the
picture format that has been selected.
3
Press and
to select an option, then
to adjust the settings.
f
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
Watch TV
e
z or x
2
In the Picture settings menu press
Backlight.
3
Press
e to select
z or x to adjust.
Picture settings
The options alter depending on the widescreen
format chosen and when viewing connected
equipment.
In Cinema 2:
Picture position
Horizontal position
0
Vertical position
0
Reset
MENU
Back
EXIT
100
Contrast
100
Brightness
50
Colour
50
Tint
0
Sharpness
0
MENU
OK
Watch TV
To return to the original factory settings select Reset
in the Picture position menu and press OK.
22
1/2
Backlight
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
Picture controls continued
Picture preferences
MPEG NR – Noise Reduction
This television offers the choice of personalising the picture
to view the different styles available:
style. Press
When watching a DVD the compression may cause some
words or picture elements to become distorted or pixelated.
Using the MPEG NR feature reduces this effect by
smoothing out the edges.
m
Dynamic, Standard and Movie are preset options and
effect many features/settings within the television, User
settings stores your own settings as detailed below:
1
Select MPEG NR from the Picture settings
menu.
2
Use or to select a setting to suit your
preference.
Select Picture settings from the PICTURE menu.
Picture settings
1/2
Backlight
100
Contrast
100
Brightness
50
Colour
50
Tint
0
Sharpness
0
Back
MENU
2
1
EXIT
z x
DNR – Digital Noise Reduction
DNR enables you to ‘soften’ the screen representation of a
weak signal to reduce the noise effect.
Watch TV
Use or to adjust the Contrast, Brightness,
Colour, Tint and Sharpness.
z x
1
Select DNR from the Picture settings menu.
2
Use or to adjust. The differences may not
always be noticeable (for the best result use lower
settings as picture quality can be lost if the setting
is too high).
Black stretch
z x
Colour temperature
Black Stretch increases the strength of dark areas of the
picture which improves the definition.
1
In the Picture settings menu press
Stretch is highlighted.
Picture settings
Black stretch
1
2/2
In the Picture settings menu press until
Colour Temperature is highlighted.
e
High
Picture settings
2/2
MPEG NR
Low
DNR
Auto.
Black stretch
Colour Temperature
Cool
MPEG NR
Low
DNR
Auto.
Colour Temperature
Cool
MENU
2
Colour Temperature increases the ‘warmth’ or ‘coolness’
of a picture by increasing the red or blue tint.
e until Black
Back
EXIT
High
Watch TV
Press or to select between High, Off, Low
and Middle. The effect depends on the broadcast
and is most noticeable on dark colours.
z x
MENU
2
23
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
Press or to select between Cool, Natural
and Warm to suit your preference.
z x
Picture controls continued
1
Active Backlight Control
Film Stabilization
When Active Backlight Control is activated it will
automatically optimise the backlighting levels for
dark scenes.
The Film Stabilization feature allows the adjustment
of motion smoothness.
In the PICTURE menu press
Backlight Control.
e to select Active
OK
Active Backlight Control
On
Cinema mode
On
Film Stabilization
Off
Active Vision M100
2
On
Press
2
Press
Off.
z or x to select Standard, Smooth or
When Active Vision M100 is selected this feature will
reduce ‘smearing’ and on video sources will reduce
picture judder.
1
EXIT
e to select Film
Active Vision M100
xvYCC selection
Back
In the PICTURE menu press
Stabilization.
1/2
PICTURE
Picture settings
MENU
1
Watch TV
In the PICTURE menu press
Vision M100.
e to select Active
z or x to select On or Off.
1/2
PICTURE
Cinema mode
If there are lines or jagged edges in the film or programme
being viewed, selecting Cinema mode can help correct
this by smoothing out the picture.
1
In the PICTURE menu press
mode.
Active Backlight Control
On
Cinema mode
On
Film Stabilization
Off
Active Vision M100
On
2
Press
Back
EXIT
On
Film Stabilization
Off
Active Vision M100
On
Press
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
z or x to select On or Off.
The colour range xvYCC is an international standard and
enables a wider colour range than conventional signals.
1
In the PICTURE menu press
selection.
2
Press
xvYCC selection
MENU
On
Cinema mode
xvYCC selection (HDMI only)
1/2
OK
Active Backlight Control
MENU
2
PICTURE
OK
xvYCC selection
e to select Cinema
Picture settings
Picture settings
Watch TV
z or x to select On or Off.
NOTE: When a DVD with subtitles is being played
this mode may not work correctly.
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e to select xvYCC
z or x to select On, Off or Auto.
Picture controls continued
Base colour adjustment
3D Colour management
Hue
+2
Red
When 3D Colour management is selected it allows the
‘Base colour adjustment’ feature to become available.
1
In the PICTURE menu press
management.
e to select 3D Colour
Saturation
+6
Green
0
0
0
Blue
0
0
0
Yellow
0
0
0
Magenta
0
0
0
Cyan
0
0
0
Reset
MENU
2/2
PICTURE
3D Colour management
On
Base colour adjustment
OK
Brightness
+4
OK
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
To return to the original factory settings select
Reset and press OK.
Antenna amplifier
MENU
2
Press
Back
EXIT
If the signal being received by the television is too strong,
this may result in picture interference and/or a buzzing
sound. Setting Antenna Amplifier to Off reduces the
signal strength, and can help to remove the interference.
Watch TV
z or x to select On or Off.
Base colour adjustment
The Base colour adjustment feature allows the
adjustment of individual colours to suit personal
preference. This can be useful when using an
external source.
1
In the SET UP menu press
Amplifier is highlighted.
2
With
e until Antenna
z or x select either On or Off.
SET UP
1
In the PICTURE menu press to select
Base colour adjustment, then press OK.
e
2/2
PICTURE
3D Colour management
On
Base colour adjustment
OK
MENU
2
Back
EXIT
e
x to
25
1/2
English
Country
UK
Auto tuning
OK
Manual tuning
OK
Antenna Amplifier
On
AV connection
OK
MENU
Watch TV
Press and
to select an option, then
adjust the settings.
f
Language
Back
EXIT
Watch TV
Picture controls continued,
panel lock
Automatic format (Widescreen)
Side panel adjustment
When this television receives a true Widescreen picture and
Auto format is On, it will automatically be displayed in
Widescreen format, irrespective of the
television’s previous setting.
The Side panel feature lightens or darkens the band each
side of the screen when in 4:3 or 14:9 format. This helps
prevent image retention of the band and can also make
viewing in bright or dark conditions more comfortable.
1
Press MENU and or
FUNCTION menu.
z x to select the
1
In the FUNCTION menu press
panel is highlighted.
2
Press
z or x to adjust.
FUNCTION
Teletext
Off
Auto format
On
4:3 stretch
Off
Blue screen
On
Side panel
MENU
2
Back
Picture still
Auto.
Panel lock
e until Side
This feature is used to hold a still image on the screen.
1
to hold an image on the screen, press
Press
again to cancel.
u
u
1
EXIT
Watch TV
Panel lock
Press
to highlight Auto format, then
to select On or Off.
e
z or x
Panel lock disables the buttons on the television. All
buttons on the remote control can still be used.
4:3 stretch
1
From the FUNCTION menu select Panel lock
and choose On or Off using or .
z x
When 4:3 stretch is activated the size switching system
changes 4:3 programs into a full screen picture.
1
2
In the FUNCTION menu press
4:3 stretch.
Press
e to highlight
FUNCTION
Teletext
z or x to select On or Off.
Blue screen
Auto.
Panel lock
On
Auto format
On
4:3 stretch
Off
Blue screen
On
Side panel
When Blue screen is selected the screen will turn blue and
the sound will be muted when no signal is received.
1
In the FUNCTION menu press
Blue screen.
2
Press
MENU
Back
1
EXIT
Watch TV
When Panel lock is On, a reminder will appear when
the buttons on the television are pressed. If the standby
button is pressed the television will switch off and
can only be brought out of standby by using the
remote control.
e to highlight
z or x to select On or Off.
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The timers
5
Programme timer – digital only
Auto-start VCR: If your Toshiba media recorder is AV link
compatible setting this feature to YES will auto start/stop
a recording.
This feature will set the television to go to a specific
channel at a certain time. It can be used to view a
particular programme, or by setting the mode to daily or
weekly, can be used to view a series of programmes.
1
Press MENU and
MENU.
When all the details have been entered press OK
to save the timer.
PLEASE NOTE: When a timed programme is about to
start, an information screen will appear offering the option
of watching or cancelling the programme. The menus and
other channels will not be available during the timed
programme unless the programme timer is cancelled.
z or x to select the TIMER
Sleep timer
TIMER MENU
Programme Timers
OK
The television can be set to turn itself off after a
certain time.
1
MENU Back
2
Press MENU and
menu.
z or x to select the TIMER
EXIT Watch TV
Press to select Programme Timers, then
press OK to select.
e
3
Press to select the first programme to be
timed, then press OK. The SET TIMER menu will
now appear on screen.
4
Press and to go through the list adding the
details of the programme to be timed by using
the number buttons and and to make
selections.
TIMER
Sleep timer
01:30
e
f
e
MENU
z x
2
11:36 Mon, 6 Aug
Channel 4
Date
Mon, 6 Aug 2007
Start Time
06/08
3
12.30
Repeat
ONCE
Auto-start VCR
NO
Subtitles
NONE
Audio Language
0 - 9 Enter Number
1
12:00
End Time
ENGLISH
Save Timer
EXIT
Watch TV
Press to select the Sleep timer. Use the
number buttons to set the required time. For
example, to switch the television off in one and a
half hours enter 01:30, or press or to
increase/decrease in steps of 10 minutes.
e
z x
SET TIMER
Programme
Back
MENU Cancel
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Press EXIT to finish.
Digital on-screen information and
Programme Guide
When viewing in digital mode, the on-screen information and programme guide give access to programme
details for all available channels.
Information
1
Guide
Select information by pressing i+ , the
information screen will appear giving details of the
channel and programme currently being viewed.
11:30 King of the Hill
3
4
To Buy or Not to Buy
12:00 News at Noon
I/II … ENTERTAINMENT
ALL PROGS
That’s What She Said: Hank in uncomfortable with his
new colleague’s innuendo, and Dale tries to give up
smoking. [S]
TV/FAV Change progs
Showing Also
Languages
To see details of any of the other channels currently
available, press and to scroll up and down the
channel list. As the channel is selected details of the
programme currently being broadcast will appear.
f
e
Watch
Page Up
Pressing the YELLOW button will activate Showing
also, giving details of programmes which have
started on other channels.
To record the following programme, with the
information guide showing, press . The Tune
option in the bottom section of the screen will
change to Record, press OK. The SET TIMER
screen will appear.
x
12:00-12:30
Monday
11:30
12:00
z11:00
To Buy or Not
Schools:
My Life For Sale
Schools: Tes Sch
This Morning
ER
Trisha Godd
x
The Daily Po Working L
Vanessa’s
King of The H News at Noo Headland
Five News
Home and A Brainteas
The Montel Will
Judge Jud Coronation S Emmerda
This is BBC THREE
This is BBC FOUR
Faith
y yl
12:30
Bargain Hunt
This is BBC THREE
This is BBC FOUR
Where the Heart is
Rumpole of th
Tunisia, Egypt
Animal Airpo Pop Years 2
The Re-Inventors
Seven Wonders of the In
H Deal or No Deal
i+
Countdown
War of
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Timers
2
Press or for information of other
programmes scheduled for the channel selected.
3
For details of other channels currently available,
press and to scroll up and down the
channel list. As the channel is selected details of
the programme currently being broadcast will
appear, then press or .
4
News at Noon
Channel 4
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z x
f
e
z x
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11:36 Mon, 6 Aug
l
BBC ONE
BBC TWO
ITV1
Channel 4
Five
ITV2
BBC THREE
BBC FOUR
ITV3
SKY THREE
UKTV History
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2
x
24 minutes left
Showing also
Select the on-screen guide by pressing GUIDE, the
guide screen will appear highlighting details of the
channel and programme currently being viewed.
This may take a few moments to appear.
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ALL PROGS
Channel 4
Five
ITV2
BBC THREE
BBC FOUR
1
Mon, 6 Aug
For information on a highlighted programme
press i+ . To set the timer for that programme
press the BLUE button to bring up the
Programme timers menu.
SET TIMER
Start Time
End Time
12:30
Repeat
ONCE
Auto-start VCR
NO
Subtitles
5
5
NONE
Audio Language
0 - 9 Enter Number
NOTE: Recording can be set from both the
information screen and guide. In order for the
recording operation to work the media recorder
must be AV link compatible.
12:00
ENGLISH
Save Timer
MENU Cancel
The details of the programme will have been
added to the screen. Press OK to save.
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Press l
to move the Guide forward by 24
hours, press
l to go back. Pressing
or
will move the Guide forwards or backwards a
page at a time.
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Digital settings – parental control
In order to prevent viewing of unsuitable films and programmes, channels and menus can be locked. These
can then only be accessed with a security code PIN when in digital mode.
Setting the PIN
1
Press MENU and
Mode
This feature locks various menus to prevent the television
being retuned or the settings being overridden.
x to select the FEATURE MENU.
1
In the PARENTAL CONTROL menu press
select Mode.
e to
FEATURE MENU
Parental Control
OK
Favourite and Locked Programmes
OK
Favourites
ALL PROGS
Change Pin
Common Interface Slots
NO MODULE
MENU Back
Software Upgrade
MENU Back
2
3
PARENTAL CONTROL
Mode
2
Use
e to select Parental Control then press OK.
Press e to highlight Change Pin then press OK.
ON
OK
MENU Back
4
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Using the number buttons enter a four digit
number, when these have been entered the screen
will ask you to confirm them by entering them
again.
DEFINE PIN NUMBER
New PIN
* * * *
Confirm PIN
– – – –
0 - 9 Enter PIN
Use or to choose between ON, LOCK
MENU, LOCK INSTALL and OFF.
z x
When menus that have been locked are now
selected they will only become available when the
PIN is entered.
PARENTAL CONTROL
Change PIN
OK
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OK
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Mode
ON
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The PIN number is now set. To activate put the
television into standby.
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Digital settings – favourite programmes,
locked programmes, encrypted programmes
Selecting favourite programmes
Locking programmes
Favourite Programmes creates a list of the digital
channels that are watched most. Four lists can be created,
these can be a mixture of television, text and radio channels.
Locked Programmes stops the viewing of digital
channels, they can only be accessed by entering the PIN.
1
From the FEATURE MENU press to select
Favourite and Locked Programmes.
e
1
From the FEATURE MENU press to select
Favourite and Locked Programmes.
2
Press repeatedly to select the Locked
Programme list.
3
Use and to go through the list of channels
pressing OK to select the ones required, a
padlock will appear in the box.
FAVOURITE AND LOCKED PROGRAMMES
Prog.
Type Name
1
BBC ONE
2
BBC TWO
3
ITV1
4
Channel 4
5
Five
6
ITV2
3
4
-3
-4
x
f
FAVOURITE AND LOCKED PROGRAMMES
Select all
Deselect all
Use and to go through the list of channels
pressing OK to select the ones required, a tick will
appear in the box.
f
e
Prog.
Select
MENU Back
Page Up
Page Down
2
Fav-1 -2
e
e
BBC ONE
2
BBC TWO
3
ITV1
4
Channel 4
5
Five
6
ITV2
Select
MENU Back
Page Up
Page Down
Press to select List 2. Follow the same
procedure to make the selection. When all
favourites have been selected press MENU to
return to the FEATURE menu.
x
Use to highlight Favourites and or to
select between ALL PROGS, TV, RADIO, FAV-1
and FAV-2. The number of favourites available
depends on how many lists have been created.
e
Type Name
1
z x
Fav-1 -2
Lock all
-3
-4
Unlock all
4
Press EXIT and put the television into standby.
5
When the television is switched back on and any
of the channels in the Locked Programme list
are selected the PIN must be entered before they
can be accessed.
Encrypted programmes
Selecting Encrypted Programmes allows all encrypted
programmes to be shown in the programme list even if
they are not available to select.
FEATURE MENU
Parental Control
OK
Favourite and Locked Programmes
Favourites
Common Interface Slots
Software Upgrade
MENU Back
2
5
OK
FAV-1
NO MODULE
OK
1
In the FEATURE MENU press
Encrypted Programmes.
2
Use
f or e to select
z or x to select ON or OFF.
NOTE: CAMs (Conditional Access Modules) are
available from service providers (see 'Common
Interface' section).
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Press EXIT.
Using the P P Q buttons will now only access
those channels in Favourite List 1 when FAV-1 is
selected.
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Digital settings continued – audio languages,
audio output, subtitles, reset tv,
common interface
Audio languages
Subtitles
This feature allows a programme or film to be viewed with
a choice of soundtrack language, provided they are
currently being broadcast.
This feature will show subtitles on the bottom of the
screen in the selected language provided they are being
broadcast.
1
In the SETUP MENU press
Options.
2
Press OK, then press
Language.
e to select Local
f or e to highlight Audio
1
In the LOCAL OPTIONS menu press
Subtitles.
2
Use
UK
Language
ENGLISH
Audio Language
ENGLISH
Audio output
OFF
Local Time Settings
Use
Selecting Reset TV will delete all stored digital channels
and settings. The television will return to factory settings
and then auto tune.
PCM
Subtitles
3
z or x to select an option.
Reset TV
LOCAL OPTIONS
Country
MENU Back
e to select
1
In the SETUP MENU press
highlighted.
2
Press OK to select. A screen will appear warning
that all digital settings will be lost, press OK to
continue.
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z or x to select an option.
The Welcome screen will appear, press OK to
continue, the television will then auto tune.
NOTE: If more than one soundtrack is available,
use
I/II to select between them.
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Common interface
Audio output (optical)
The Common Interface Slot, situated on the back of the
television, enables the insertion of a CAM (Conditional
Access Module) and card. These are purchased from a
service provider and allow additional subscription
broadcasts to be viewed. For information contact a
service provider.
When connecting a surround sound amplifier to the digital
audio optical output (Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format
[S/PDIF]) on the back of the telelvision, the following
options can be selected.
PCM: this mode outputs PCM format to the digital
audio output socket.
BITSTREAM: this mode outputs audio format (eg. Dolby
Digital) to the digital audio output socket providing it is
being broadcast. It will automatically mute the speakers.
1
In the LOCAL OPTIONS menu press
Audio output.
2
Use
e until Reset TV is
e to select
z or x to select PCM or Bitstream.
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1
Insert the CAM and card into the Common
Interface Slot, following the instructions provided
with the CAM. A box will appear on screen to
confirm that the CAM is loaded.
2
In the FEATURE MENU press
Common Interface Slots.
3
Details of the CAM should now be available. Use
OK to select it.
f or e to select
Digital settings continued – software upgrade
Version
Searching for new software
This feature can be used to check the version of software
currently installed.
If preferred, software upgrades can be searched for
manually using Search for New Software.
1
From the FEATURE MENU press
Software upgrade. Press OK.
f or e to select
1
In the SOFTWARE UPGRADE menu press
to select Search for New Software.
e
f or
SOFTWARE UPGRADE
FEATURE MENU
Favourite and Locked Programmes
Favourites
ALL PROGS
NO MODULE
Software Upgrade
Encrypted Programmes
MENU Back
2
OFF
MENU Back
OK
2
OFF
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OK
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Press OK. The television will automatically start
searching for a software upgrade, the progress bar
will move along the line.
SEARCHING FOR NEW SOFTWARE
Press or to select Version. Use or to
select. When the software has been updated there
will be a choice of two versions available.
f e
4.0
Auto upgrade
Search for New Software
OK
Common Interface Slots
Version
z x
Searching for a new software upgrade for
this TV.
Searching
SOFTWARE UPGRADE
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Version
4.0
Auto upgrade
ON
Search for New Software
MENU Back
If an upgrade is found the television will
automatically start downloading, if not a screen
will appear stating that an upgrade is unavailable.
OK
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NO UPGRADE AVAILABLE
! There is no upgrade available at
this time.
Auto Upgrade
Continue
If Auto upgrade is selected the software will
automatically update as each version becomes available,
provided the television is on or in standby. If the television
is on, a screen prompt will appear showing the software
download taking place.
1
In the SOFTWARE UPGRADE menu press
to select Auto upgrade.
2
Use
e
f or
z or x to select ON or OFF.
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PC settings – picture position, clock phase,
sampling clock, reset, PC media window
Picture position
Sampling clock
Connect the PC (as shown in the ‘Connecting a PC’
section) and ensure that a picture is showing on the
television screen. The picture position may now be
adjusted to suit personal preference.
Adjusting the Sampling clock alters the number of pulses
per scan, this will clear vertical lines on the screen.
1
Press
to select PC, then select PC Setting
from the SET UP menu.
B
1
In the SET UP menu press
highlighted.
2
Press OK to select, then
clock.
e until PC Setting is
e to highlight Sampling
PC Settings
SET UP
Language
English
Country
UK
AV connection
OK
PC Setting
OK
0
Horizontal width
–5
Vertical position
0
Vertical height
–5
Clock phase
0
Sampling clock
0
MENU
Back
MENU
2
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3
Press OK. Press and
to select an option,
then or to adjust the settings.
z x
f
e
PC Settings
0
Horizontal width
–5
Vertical position
0
Vertical height
–5
Clock phase
0
Sampling clock
0
Back
EXIT
Press OK to select, then
phase.
3
Use
z or x to adjust until the picture clears.
1
In the SET UP menu press
highlighted.
2
Press OK to select, then
3
Press OK.
e until PC Setting is
e to highlight Reset.
PC Media Window
This features splits the screen allowing a broadcast
programme to be viewed at the same time as a
connected PC.
The Clock phase matches the PC signal with the LCD
display. Adjusting this can clear horizontal stripes and
picture blur.
2
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To return to the original factory settings.
Clock phase
In the SET UP menu press
highlighted.
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Reset
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1
Use
Back
1/2
Horizontal position
MENU
1/2
Horizontal position
1
e until PC Setting is
e to highlight Clock
Press and hold
, select PC Media Window
and press OK. The screen will show the picture
from a connected PC and the last broadcast
channel being viewed.
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NOTE: When a PC is connected using HDMI none of
these functions will be available.
z or x to adjust until the picture clears.
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REGZA-LINK controls
This feature uses CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) technology and allows the control of Toshiba
REGZA-LINK compatible equipment from the television remote control. Note: not all Toshiba products
currently support REGZA-LINK.
REGZA-LINK equipment control
REGZA-LINK input source selection
When any equipment using CEC technology is connected
the REGZA-LINK icon will show in the input source list
allowing selection of individual devices.
1
Press
and a list will appear on screen
showing modes and all stored external
equipment.
2
Press
to highlight the input source showing
the REGZA-LINK logo.
3
Press and a second selection screen will
appear showing all connected REGZA-LINK
equipment.
REGZA-LINK mode on the televisions remote control allows
the control of connected REGZA-LINK equipment being
watched.
B
e
x
DTV
1
2
3
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI3
PC
ATV
1
2
3
4
B
B
B
To control the REGZA-LINK input source first select the
equipment with REGZA-LINK input source selection, then
switch the mode on the remote control to REGZA-LINK and
press any buttons.
The available functions depend on the equipment
connected. Not all the remote control keys may be
available. Please refer to the operation manual for each
piece of equipment connected.
4
The television features that can be controlled by the
connected equipment are: Standby, Volume, Channel,
Sound mute, Display information, Number buttons and
Previous programme.
AV Processor
Player
Recorder
PC
REGZA-LINK
Use or to highlight an input source, then
press OK to select.
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NOTE: When the television is switched on it will
take a few minutes for the REGZA-LINK logo to
appear in the list, when an HDMI cable is
removed it will take a few minutes for the logo to
disappear.
NOTE: If the HDMI cable from connected
equipment is changed or HDMI equipment
settings are changed Enable REGZA-LINK in
the REGZA-LINK setup menu may need to be
reset to On.
When the REGZA-LINK input source is selected
some REGZA-LINK equipment may automatically
switch on.
The following features are dependent on the
connected equipment. For operating information
refer to the operation manual for all connected
equipment.
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REGZA-LINK controls continued,
REGZA-LINK menus
By activating the Enable REGZA-LINK feature in the REGZA-LINK setup menu individual REGZA-LINK
features can then be activated.
REGZA-LINK one touch play
Enable REGZA-LINK
When Enable REGZA-LINK is set to On it allows the
following functions to be enabled by selecting On.
When connected equipment is switched on REGZA-LINK
will automatically detect the television through the input
selection. If the television is in standby it will be switched
on automatically. This feature is selected in the REGZALINK setup menu.
1
Press MENU and
LINK menu.
z or x to select the REGZA-
NOTE: Even if the equipment is showing a menu the
television may automatically show the input source.
REGZA-LINK
NOTE: This feature is dependent on the connected
equipment and television setting.
REGZA-LINK system standby
Enable REGZA-LINK
On
TV Auto Input Switch
On
TV Auto Power
On
Auto Standby
On
Speaker Preference
This feature automatically switches connected equipment
into standby when the television goes into standby and
conversely for the television to switch into standby when
connected equipment goes into standby. It is selected in
the REGZA-LINK setup menu.
MENU
2
NOTE: This feature is dependent on the connected
equipment and television setting.
REGZA-LINK system audio control
Using the Speaker Preference feature allows the
televisions remote control to adjust the volume or mute
the sound of the speakers connected to the television via
an AV amplifier.
Ensure that the connected AV amplifier and REGZA-LINK
equipment are selected in the input source selection and
that the Speaker Preference is set to Amplifier in the
REGZA-LINK setup menu.
NOTE: When the AV Amplifier is switched on, its input
source changed or the volume adjusted, the sound will be
output from the AV Amplifier’s speakers even if TV
Speakers has been selected. Turn the television off then
on again to output the sound from the TV’s speakers.
The full function may not work and is dependent on the
Amplifier being used.
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Press
or
Back
TV Speakers
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e to highlight Enable REGZA-LINK, then
z x to select On or Off.
REGZA-LINK menus continued
TV Auto Input Switch
Auto Standby
TV Auto Input Switch allows the television to
automatically switch to the appropriate HDMI input when a
connected HDMI device starts playing video or audio.
When the Auto Standby is enabled the television when
switched off will automatically switch off all connected
REGZA-LINK equipment.
1
In the REGZA-LINK menu press
TV Auto Input Switch.
e to highlight
1
In the REGZA-LINK menu press
Auto Standby.
2
Press
REGZA-LINK
Enable REGZA-LINK
On
TV Auto Input Switch
On
TV Auto Power
On
Auto Standby
On
Speaker Preference
MENU
2
Press
Back
z or x to select On or Off.
Speaker Preference
This feature allows the audio output preference to be set to
the TV speakers or AV amplifier speakers. The AV Amplifier
option lets the televisions remote control adjust or mute the
volume of the audio. This feature will be greyed out unless
a REGZA-LINK compatible AV Amplifier is connected.
TV Speakers
EXIT
e to highlight
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1
z or x to select On or Off.
In the REGZA-LINK menu press
Speaker Preferences.
e to highlight
TV Auto Power
REGZA-LINK
The TV Auto Power setting allows the television to be
automatically switched on or off if a REGZA-LINK device is
turned on or off.
1
In the REGZA-LINK menu press
TV Auto Power.
e to highlight
Enable REGZA-LINK
On
TV Auto Input Switch
On
TV Auto Power
On
Auto Standby
On
Speaker Preference
MENU
2
REGZA-LINK
Enable REGZA-LINK
On
TV Auto Input Switch
On
TV Auto Power
On
Auto Standby
On
Speaker Preference
MENU
2
Press
Back
TV Speakers
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z or x to select On or Off.
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Back
Press or
or Off.
TV Speakers
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z x to select TV Speakers, Amplifier
Input selection and
AV connections
Defining the INPUT and OUTPUT sockets so that the television recognises connected equipment. See page 7
for a clear view of the back connection recommendations.
Most media recorders and decoders send a signal
through the SCART lead to switch the television to the
correct Input socket.
INPUT signal selection
This specifies the type of signal going into SCART 2 (EXT2)
on the back of the television. Please refer to the
manufacturers instructions for the connected equipment.
Alternatively press the external source selection button
until the picture from connected equipment is shown.
B
This button must be used to view equipment connected
using the COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT (EXT3C).
1
In the SET UP menu press until
AV connection is highlighted, then press OK.
e
An S in the display e.g.
2S (EXT 2S), indicates the
input is set for an S-Video signal.
B
Input selection
SET UP
Language
1
B
Country
UK
Auto tuning
OK
f
Manual tuning
OK
At any time by pressing
a list will appear on
screen showing modes and all stored external
equipment. Use and to highlight and OK to
select.
e
DTV
1
2
3
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI3
PC
ATV
B
B
B
1/2
English
DTV
1
2
3
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI3
PC
ATV
Antenna Amplifier
On
AV connection
OK
MENU
B
B
B
2
Back
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With or select either AV or S-VIDEO as the
required input for EXT2.
z x
AV connection
PC/HDMI1 audio
PC
HDMI1 audio
Digital
HDMI setting
NOTE: When in digital mode ATV cannot be
selected, in analogue mode DTV cannot be
selected. To switch between DTV and ATV press
the A/D button.
EXT1 output
AV
EXT2 output
DTV
MENU
HDMI displays equipment connected to Input
HDMI on the back of the television.
DTV
EXT2 input
Back
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If the colour is missing try the alternative setting.
PC displays a computer connected to Input
RGB/PC on the back of the television.
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Input selection and
AV connections continued
If the sound is missing select an alternative setting.
PC audio
NOTE: HDMI1 supports digital and analogue sound,
HDMI2 and HDMI3 are digital sound only.
In order to receive sound from a connected PC, plug the
audio cable into the back of the television (as shown in
‘Connecting a computer’ section), then use the
PC/HDMI1 audio settings.
1
In the AV connection menu press
PC/HDMI1 audio.
Certain formats of DVD disk may not output from this TV
(32/44.1/48kHz and 16/20/24 bits are acceptable).
e to highlight
HDMI setting
AV connection
PC/HDMI1 audio
HDMI (Deep Color), if available from the DVD source, will
subtly enhance the colour. Some older DVD players may
not display colour correctly, if so switch the feature to Off.
Lip Sync can syncronize the sound and picture.
PC
HDMI1 audio
Digital
HDMI setting
EXT1 output
DTV
EXT2 input
AV
EXT2 output
MENU
2
Back
Use to
1
AV connection
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x select the PC option.
HDMI1 audio
2
HDMI1
HDMI1 audio
Auto.
HDMI setting
OK
EXT1 output
DTV
EXT2 input
AV
EXT2 output
DTV
e
Then highlight HDMI1 audio and using
select Auto., Digital or Analogue.
HDMI1 audio
Auto.
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to select an option, then
Press and
to adjust the settings.
f
e
Deep Color
Off
xvYCC
Off
Lip Sync
On
z or x
z x
MENU
HDMI1
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or
AV connection
PC/HDMI1 audio
Back
HDMI setting
In the AV connection menu press to highlight
PC/HDMI1 audio and using select HDMI1.
x
PC/HDMI1 audio
MENU
If the connected HDMI source does not support digital
audio, plug the audio cable into PC/HDMI1 audio on the
back of the television (as shown in the ‘Connecting a
computer’ section), then use the HDMI1 audio settings.
2
e to highlight
DTV
EXIT
NOTE: Selecting the PC option will force HDMI
into digital audio.
1
In the AV connection menu press
HDMI setting and press OK.
Back
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HDMI setting
EXT1 output
DTV
EXT2 input
AV
EXT2 output
MENU
Back
EIA/CEA-861-D compliance covers the transmission of
uncompressed digital video with high-bandwith digital content
protection, which is being standardized for reception of
high-definition video signals. Because this is an evolving
technology, it is possible that some devices may not operate
properly with the TV.
HDMI, the HDMI logo, High-Definition Multimedia Interface
and Deep Color are trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI Licensing, LLC.
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Analogue text services – setting up,
general information, Auto and LIST modes
This television has a multi-page text memory, which takes a few moments to load. It offers two Modes of
viewing text – Auto will display Fastext, if available. LIST will store your four favourite pages.
The sub-page you are viewing will be highlighted and, as
the television loads any additional sub-pages the colour
of the numbers will change, indicating that these pages
have been loaded.
Selecting modes
The text character set will be automatically chosen by the
language setting in the SET UP menu.
1
Select Teletext from the FUNCTION menu.
2
With
These sub-pages will remain available to view until
another page is chosen or, in normal TV mode, the
channel is changed.
z or x choose Auto. or LIST then press EXIT.
Navigating pages using Auto.
If Fastext is available four coloured titles will appear at
the base of the screen.
FUNCTION
Teletext
Auto.
Panel lock
Off
Auto format
On
4:3 stretch
Off
Blue screen
On
Side panel
MENU
Back
To access one of the four given subjects, press the
relevant coloured button on the remote control.
For further information on your particular text system(s),
see the broadcast text index page or, consult your local
Toshiba dealer.
1
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Navigating pages using LIST
Text information
The four coloured choices at the bottom of the screen are
numbers – 100, 200, 300 and 400, which have been
programmed into the television’s memory. To view these
pages press the relevant coloured buttons.
The TEXT button:
To view text services press TEXT. Press again and the
screen will split into two sections with the last channel
viewed on the left and the text page on the right. Press
again to return to normal viewing. Programmes cannot
be changed until text is cancelled.
To change these stored pages press the relevant coloured
button and enter the 3 digit number. This number will
change in the top left of the screen and in the coloured
highlight.
The first text page shown will be the initial page.
Press OK to store. The bars at the bottom of the screen
will flash white. Whenever OK is pressed all four
page numbers showing at the bottom will be stored
and the previous ones will be lost.
Any text page can be accessed by entering the 3 digit
page number using the numbered buttons, pressing the
coloured buttons or pressing P P to advance to the next
page and P Q to go back to the previous page.
If OK is not pressed the selection will be forgotten when
text is cancelled.
Subtitles are available on page 888.
Sub-pages
Other pages may be viewed by entering the 3 digit page
number – but DO NOT press OK or these pages will be
stored.
If there are sub-pages they will automatically load into
memory without changing the page on screen.
To access the sub-pages press
then use P P and P Q
to view them. A bar with numbers will appear on the side
of the screen.
X
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Analogue text services – control buttons,
Digital interactive services
Below is a guide to the functions of the remote control text buttons.
T
To select a page whilst viewing a
8/9 normal
picture:
To display the index/initial page:
Press
to access the index/initial page. The one
displayed is dependant on the broadcaster.
T
/ , a normal
Enter the page number then press
picture will be displayed. The television will indicate when
the page is present by displaying the page number at the
top of the screen. Press TEXT to view the page.
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TEXT To display a page of text:
To display news flashes:
Select the news flash page for the chosen text service
/ . The
(see the index page of text service). Press
news flashes will be displayed as and when they are
broadcast. Press /
again to cancel the display.
Press TEXT to display text. Press again to view a normal
broadcast picture on the left of the screen and text to the
right. Press again to return to normal television viewing.
Programmes cannot be changed until this has been done.
89
89
The news flash page must be cancelled before
changing programmes.
X
To access sub-pages:
Remember to
cancel text be
fore
changing chan
nels – press the
TEXT button twice
.
For use with P P and P Q to view sub-pages when
available.
r
To reveal concealed text:
Digital interactive services
To discover the solutions on quiz and joke pages press the
button.
r
q
The digital interactive services are the up-todate way of viewing service information, using
computer-style formats, incorporating pictures
and interactive views.
To hold a wanted page:
At times it is convenient to hold a page of text. Press
and
will appear in the top left of the screen. The
page will be held on screen until the button is pressed
again.
q
q
s
They offer high quality on-screen images with multicolour photographic still images, advanced text and
graphics and are user-friendly. These services are free to
anyone with a digital television, however, they are not
available for all digital stations and are dependant on the
broadcaster.
To enlarge the text display size:
Press
once to enlarge the top half of the page, press
again to enlarge the bottom half of the page. Press again
to revert to normal size.
s
1
Ensure that digital mode has been selected.
Press TEXT, it may take a few moments to load.
2
To navigate the pages and use the pull-down
menus, use the coloured buttons and , ,
and as directed.
z
3
40
x
fe
Press TEXT again at any time to cancel.
Questions and Answers
Below are the answers to some of the most common queries.
For more information go to www.toshiba.co.uk
Q
A
Q
Q
Why is there no sound or picture?
A
Check the television is not in standby mode. Check
the mains plug and all mains connections.
Q
There is a picture, but why is there little or no
colour?
A
A
When using an external source, for instance, a
poor quality video tape, if there is little or no
colour, improvements may sometimes be achieved. The
colour is factory set to Auto. to automatically display the
best colour system.
Check the correct input has been chosen,
S-VIDEO or AV. See AV connections page 37.
Why is there picture and sound interference on
all digital and analogue channels?
The signal strength may be too strong. Set the
Antenna Amplifier option in the SET UP menu
to Off.
Q
To check that you have the best colour:
1
Why is the VCR/DVD picture in black and
white?
With the external source playing, select Manual
setting from the SET UP menu.
What else can cause a poor analogue picture?
A
Interference or a weak signal. Try a different
television station. Manual fine tuning may help.
1
Select the Manual tuning menu. Highlight the
station and press OK, then press to select
Manual fine tuning.
2
Using or adjust to get the best picture and
sound. Press OK and then EXIT.
Manual setting
x
Colour system: Auto.
EXT2
A
Store
MENU Back
V C R
OK
EXIT
f e
Watch TV
Manual tuning
2
Manual fine tuning
With or choose between Auto., PAL,
SECAM, NTSC 4. 43 or 3. 58.
f e
1
I
Store
MENU Back
A
C 22
+2
B B C 1
OK
Q
A
Why doesn’t the video/DVD being played show
on screen?
Q
Make sure the VCR or DVD player is connected to
the television as shown on page 7, then select the
correct input by pressing
.
Q
A
Q
A
A
B
Q
Why is there a good video picture but no sound?
EXIT
Watch TV
Why don’t the controls on the front of the
television work?
Check that Panel lock is not ON.
Why doesn’t the remote control work?
A
Check the side switch on the remote control is in
TV mode.
Check the batteries aren’t dead or inserted incorrectly.
Check all lead connections.
Q
Why is there a picture but no sound?
Check the volume has not been turned down or
that sound mute has not been selected.
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A
Why is there a message permanently on the
screen?
Remove it by pressing i+ .
Questions and Answers
Q
A
Q
A
Q
A
Q
Q
Why is the DTV main menu unavailable?
The Sampling clock may need adjustment. Select
PC Setting from the SET UP menu, highlight
Sampling clock and adjust until the lines clear.
Why are some of the menus locked?
Q
Lock Menu has been enabled (see 'Parental
Controls' page).
Q
A
Q
A
Q
Why are there horizontal stripes and/or blurred
images on the screen when in PC mode?
A
The Clock phase may need adjustment. Select
PC Setting from the SET UP menu, highlight
Clock phase and adjust until the picture clears.
Why is the digital channel locked?
Q
The channel has been selected in Locked
Programmes (see 'Digital Settings' section).
A
Why can only certain digital channels be
viewed?
Q
A
A
Why are there vertical stripes on the screen
when in PC mode?
A
Another mode is selected. Press A/D to select DTV.
A Favourite list has been selected (see 'Favourite
Programmes' section), set the feature to ALL
PROGS or change channels by using the number buttons.
Q
continued
Why when digital subtitles have been selected
are they not showing on screen?
Subtitles are not currently being transmitted by the
broadcaster.
Why is there no digital text service?
A
The digital programme being viewed is not
broadcasting digital text. Try another digital
programme.
Why are some of the digital subscription
channels unavailable?
Q
Your subscription needs upgrading. Contact your
service provider.
Why are there problems with analogue text?
A
Good performance of text depends on a good
strong broadcast signal. This normally requires a
roof or loft aerial. If the text is unreadable or garbled,
check the aerial. Go to the main index page of the text
service and look for the User Guide. This will explain the
basic operation of text in some detail. If further
information is needed on how to use text see the
text section.
Why is the soundtrack in English when a
different audio language has been selected?
The programme is currently being broadcast with
an English soundtrack only.
Why is there incorrect or no sound when in
DTV mode?
Q
Press
I/II to check if the hard of hearing option
has been selected.
O
A
Why are there no analogue text sub-pages?
There are none broadcast or they have not yet
button to access.
loaded. Press the
(See text section).
What can be done if the PIN number has been
forgotten?
Q
A
Use the Master PIN code of 1276, then change to
a number of your choice. Ensure that no-one else
can use the Master PIN by removing the Owner’s Manual.
A
X
Why are the four coloured text numbers visible
but no text?
Text has been selected whilst viewing an external
source i.e. DVD or VCR. No text will appear on
screen or a box may appear stating no information is
available. Select a broadcasting channel and press
TEXT to access.
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Questions and Answers
Q
Q
Why does the GREEN Active Standby LED
sometimes take longer to go out?
A
A
When put into standby the television’s active
standby will automatically search all available
channels for downloads, provided Auto upgrade is On.
The time it takes to do this may vary.
continued
Why are the colours wrong when an NTSC
source is played?
Connect the source via a SCART lead and play.
Select Manual setting from the SET UP menu.
Manual setting
Colour system: Auto.
Q
A
Why are the LEDs on the front of the television
flashing?
EXT2
Store
MENU Back
Check the table below .
LED indication
LED-2
LED-1
Condition
OFF
Green (solid)
The TV is
operating
properly
OFF
Red (Solid)
Standby with
Power-On
Green
(solid)
Red
(solid)
Mode set to
Active standby*
OFF
Green
(solid)
Sleep timer*
Green
(solid)
Red
(solid)
On timer**
OFF
RED blinks
0.5 sec cycle
Power protect
detection
OFF
Red blinks
1 sec cycle
Abnormal
operation of
BUS line
OFF
2 times
flashing with
2 sec interval
Abnormal
operation
(initialisation
error)
A
V C R
OK
Solution
EXIT
Watch TV
1
Set the Colour to Auto. and exit.
2
Go to the Picture settings menu and adjust
the tint.
Q
Why doesn’t REGZA-LINK work?
A
If settings on connected REGZA-LINK equipment
are changed the equipment may fail to work
correctly with television. Removing the HDMI cable then
replacing it may help. If not turn off the television, remove
the power cable from the wall socket, then plug the
television back in and switch on.
Turn OFF the TV
and unplug the
power cord. Plug
the power cord
back in again and
turn ON the TV.
Q
Why is there no sound or picture when in
HDMI mode?
A
Some early HDMI equipment may not work
properly with the latest HDMI television products,
due to new standard adoption. Try setting Lip Sync
Latency to Off.
* Digital only
** Analogue only
Cleaning the screen and cabinet…
Turn off the power, clean the screen and cabinet with a soft, dry cloth. We recommend that you do not use any proprietary polishes or
solvents on the screen or cabinet as this may cause damage.
Disposal…
The following information is only for EU-member states:
The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. By ensuring this product is
disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about
recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product.
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Notes
For your own records
44
Notes
For your own records
45
Information
Before connecting any external equipment, turn off all main power switches. If there is no switch
remove the mains plug from the wall socket.
Connecting a computer
Signal information for Mini D-sub 15 pin connector
Pin No.
Signal name
Pin No.
Signal name
1
R
9
NC
2
G
10
Ground
3
B
11
NC
4
NC (not connected)
12
NC
5
NC
13
H-sync
6
Ground
14
V-sync
7
Ground
15
NC
8
Ground
Pin assignment
for RGB/PC
terminal
Connecting a DVD/STB via HDMI
Acceptable video signals through HDMI terminals
H. Active
V. Active
I/P
H. Frequency (kHz)
V. Frequency (Hz)
Pixel Frequency (MHz)
720
576
Prog
31.250
50.000
27.000
1280
720
Prog
37.500
50.000
74.250
1920
1080
Int
28.125
50.000
74.250
640
480
Prog
31.469
59.940
25.175
720
480
Prog
31.469
59.940
27.000
1280
720
Prog
44.955
59.940
74.176
1920
1080
Int
33.716
59.940
74.176
640
480
Prog
31.500
60.000
25.200
720
480
Prog
31.500
60.000
27.027
1280
720
Prog
45.000
60.000
74.250
1920
1080
Int
33.750
60.000
74.250
1920
1080
Prog
26.975
23.976
74.176
1920
1080
Prog
27.000
24.000
74.250
1920
1080
Prog
56.250
50.000
148.500
1920
1080
Prog
67.433
59.940
148.352
1920
1080
Prog
67.500
60.000
148.500
Int = Interlace; Prog = Progressive
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Specifications and accessories
DVB-T Broadcast systems/channels
UK
UHF 21-68
Broadcast systems/channels
PAL-I
UHF UK21-UK69
Stereo
France
VHF 05-10 (VHF 01-05)
UHF 21-69
PAL-B/G
UHF E21-E69
VHF E2-E12, S1-S41
Visible Screen Size
(approx.)
Germany
VHF 05-12
UHF 21-69
SECAM-L
Austria
VHF 05-12
UHF 21-69
UHF F21-F69
VHF F1-F10, B-Q
SECAM-D/K UHF R21-R69
VHF R1-R12
Switzerland VHF 05-12
UHF 21-69
Italy
VHF 05-12 (D,E,F,G,H,H1,H2)
UHF 21-69
Spain
UHF 21-69
Nederlands VHF 05-12
UHF 21-69
Sweden
VHF 05-12
UHF 21-69
Finland
VHF 05-12
UHF 21-69
Greece
VHF 05-12
UHF 21-69
Video Input
RGB, A/V
Selectable output
EXT2
Input/Output
21-pin SCART
RGB, A/V, S-video
Selectable output
EXT3
Input
Phono jacks
Phono jacks
Y, PB/CB, PR/CR
A/V
EXT3
Input (Side)
Phono jack
Phono jacks
Video, S-video
Audio L + R
Input
Sound output (at 10% distortion)
HDMI 3
Input (Side)
HDMI (1080p, LIP SYNC, Deep Color, xvYCC)
PC
Input
Mini D-sub 15-pin Analog RGB signal
PC/HDMI1 Audio
Phono jacks
Digital Audio Output (S/PDIF)
Optical
Output to Active Super Woofer
Phono jack
Fixed Audio Output
Phono jacks
Main 10W + 10W
Power consumption
(approx.)
Model 37
42
47
52
57
222W
258W
325W
338W
465W
Standby (approx.)
Model 37
42
47
52
57
0.9W
0.9W
0.9W
0.9W
0.9W
Model 37 64cm (H) 92cm (W) 30cm (D)
42 71cm (H) 103cm (W) 36cm (D)
47 77cm (H) 114cm (W) 36cm (D)
52 85cm (H) 128cm (W) 40cm (D)
57 90cm (H) 137cm (W) 40cm (D)
(Height dimension includes foot stand)
Weight (approx.)
HDMI (1080p, LIP SYNC, Deep Color, xvYCC)
94cm
107cm
120cm
132cm
144cm
16:9
PAL, SECAM, NTSC 3.58/4.43
21-pin SCART
Model 37
42
47
52
57
Display
Dimensions
(approx.)
External connections
EXT1
Input/Output
HDMI 1/2
Nicam
2 carrier system
Model 37
42
47
52
57
22kg
29kg
36kg
46kg
58kg
Headphone socket
3.5mm stereo
Accessories
Remote control
2 batteries
(AAA, IEC R03 1.5V)
Audio L + R
DVB is a registered trademark of the DVB Project
Printed on recycled paper. 100% Chlorine free.
Audio L + R
© Toshiba Information Systems (U.K.) Limited
All rights reserved.
Remember…
Reproduction in whole or part without written permission is
strictly prohibited.
?
For television
operation queries,
please ring the
helpline…
Toshiba Information Systems (U.K.) Limited
Consumer Products Division,
European Service Centre,
Admiralty Way, Camberley,
Surrey, GU15 3DT, UK
Specification is subject to change without notice.
Originated by Zushi Illustration & Visualisation, Bristol, UK.
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Information
The software pre-installed in TOSHIBA Digital Televisions consists of multiple, independent
software components. Each software component is copyrighted by TOSHIBA or a third party.
The TOSHIBA Digital Television uses software components that are distributed as freeware under a
third-party end-user license agreement or copyright notice (hereinafter referred to as a “EULA”). Some
EULAs require that the source code of the applicable component be disclosed as the condition for
distributing the software component in executable format.
You can check the software components subject to such EULA requirements on the following
Home Page:
URL: http://tesc.toshiba.co.uk/Web/Website.nsf/ContentFrameSet?OpenFrameset
In addition, some of the software components which are used in TOSHIBA Digital Televisions
include the software that are made or developed originally by Toshiba. These software and
accompanied documents are copyrighted by TOSHIBA, and protected by Copyright Act, an
international treaty’s articles and other governing laws.
The software components which are made or developed originally by TOSHIBA and not subject to
EULAs are not a target of source code offering.
TOSHIBA provides a warranty for the TOSHIBA Digital Television you have purchased under
conditions set forth by TOSHIBA.However, some of the software components distributed under an
EULA are made available for use by the user on the assumption that they are not copyrighted or
warranted by TOSHIBA or any third party. These software components are licensed to the user free of
charge and therefore are not covered by a warranty within the scope of the applicable laws. These
software components are not subject to any copyrights or other third-party rights and are provided in
“as is” condition without any warranty, whether express or implied. “Warranty” here includes, but not
limited to, an implied warranty for marketability or fitness for specific uses. All risks associated with the
quality or performance of these software components are assumed by the user. TOSHIBA shall not be
liable whatsoever for any cost of repair or correction or other incidental expense incurred in connection
with a defect found in any of these software components. Unless specified under the applicable laws
or in a written agreement, a party who changes or redistributes the software with consent from the
copyright holders or based on the aforementioned licenses shall not be held liable whatsoever for any
loss arising from the use of or inability to use such software. The same applies even when the
copyright holders or relevant third parties have been informed of the possibility of such loss. “Loss”
here includes normal, special, incidental and indirect loss (including, but not limited to, the loss of data
or its accuracy; loss incurred by the user or any third party; and interface incompatibility with other
software). Please read each EULA for details on the use conditions and items that must be observed
regarding these software components.
The table below lists the software components pre-installed in TOSHIBA Digital Televisions, which
are subject to EULAs. The user should read the applicable EULAs carefully before using these software
components. The EULAs are exhibited in their original text (English) as exactly written by the respective
parties other than TOSHIBA.
Pre-Installed Software
EULA
Linux Kernel
Busybox
Exhibit A
uClibc
Exhibit B
ZBOOT
Exhibit C
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