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User guide
* EN: for selected models only
EN
Important safety instructions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Please, read these safety instructions and
respect the following warnings before the
appliance is operated:
( This TV with the weight of more than 20 kg must be lifted
and carried by at least two people.
( Be careful! This TV does not contain any parts which could be
repaired by the user. In case of a fault, contact the producer
or the authorized service. The contact with certain parts
inside the appliance might endanger your life. The guarantee
is not provided for the faults caused by non-professional
interactions!
( Do not remove the rear part of the appliance.
In order to prevent fire
spread, always keep candles
and other open flames away
from this product.
( This appliance is designed for receiving and reproduction of
video and sound signals. Any other use is strictly forbidden.
( The ideal distance to watch TV is approximately five times
longer of the diagonal of the screen The light striking upon
the screen from other light sources can cause reflections and
make the quality of the picture worse.
( Please, ensure the sufficient ventilation and appropriate
distance of the appliance from other pieces of furniture.
( Install the product at least 5cm from the wall for ventilation.
( The TV set is designed to be used in moderate climate.
( The TV set is designed exclusively for the operation in a dry
place. When using the appliance outside, please, make sure
it is protected against moisture (rain, splashing water). Never
expose the appliance to moisture.
( Do not place any containers with water on the appliance,
such as vases, etc. These containers might get pushed over,
which would endanger electric safety. Place the appliance
exclusively on flat and stable surfaces. Do not place any
objects such as newspaper or blankets, etc. on or under the
appliance.
( Make sure the appliance does not stand on any power
cables as they might get damaged. Mobile phones and other
devices such as WLAN adapters, monitoring cameras with
wireless signal transmission, etc. might cause electromagnetic interference and they should not be placed near the
appliance.
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( Do not place the appliance near heating elements or in
a place with direct sunshine as it has a negative effect on
cooling of the appliance. Heat storage is dangerous and it
can seriously reduce the lifetime of the appliance. In order to
ensure the safety, ask the qualified person to remove the dirt
from the appliance.
( Try to prevent the mains cable or (if it is part of delivery)
mains adapter damage. The appliance can only be connected
with a supplied mains cable/adapter.
( Storms are dangerous for all electric appliances. If the mains
or aerial wiring is struck by the lightening, the appliance
might get damaged, even if it is turned off. Thus you should
disconnect all the cables and connectors of the appliance
before the storm.
( To clean the screen of the appliance use only a damp and soft
cloth. Use only clean water, never detergents or in no case
dissolvents.
Warning:
( Never connect any external devices to a live appliance.
Switch off not only the TV but also the devices which are
being connected! Plug the appliance plug into the wall outlet
after connecting the external devices and the aerial!
( Always make sure there is free access to the appliance main
switch and to its mains plug.
( The appliance is not designed for a use in a workplace fitted
with monitors.
( The systematic use of headphones at high volume might lead
to irreversible hearing damage.
( Ensure environmental disposal of this appliance and any
components including batteries. When in doubt, please,
contact your local authority for details of recycling.
( While installing the appliance, do not forget that furniture
surfaces are treated with various varnishes, plastics, etc. or
they might be polished. The additions contained in these
products might cause destruction of base material of appliance stand. This will result in the holdovers of this material
stuck to the furniture surface, which are difficult to remove, if
not even impossible.
( The screen of your TV responds to the top quality requirements and it was checked in details for accidental faulty
pixels several times. Due to the technological properties of
the manufacturing process, it is not possible to eliminate the
existence of a small number of faulty points on the screen for
100% (even with maximum care while production provided).
These faulty pixels are not considered faults in terms of
guarantee conditions, if their extent is not greater than the
boundaries defined by DIN norm.
Important safety instructions
Important information regarding use of
video games, computers, captions and
other fixed image displays.
( The extended use of fixed image program material can
cause a permanent “shadow image “ on LCD screen (this is
sometimes incorrectly referred to as “burnout to the screen“ ).
This shadow image is then permanently visible on the
screen in the backro-und. It is a partly irreversible damage.
You can avoid such a damage by respecting the following
instructions:
( Reduce the brightness/contrast setting to a minimum
viewing level.
( Do not display the fixed image for a long period of time.
Avoid displaying of:
» Teletext time and charts,
» TV/DVD menu, e.g. DVD contents,
» In the „Pause“ mode (hold): Do not use this mode for a
long time, e.g. while watching a DVD or a video.
» Turn off the appliance if you are not using it.
Batteries
( Observe the correct polarity when inserting
the batteries.
( Do not expose batteries to high tempera-
tures and do not place them on locations
where the temperature might increase
quickly, e.g. near the fire or on the direct
sunshine.
Cd
( Do not expose batteries to excessive radiant
heat, do not throw them into the fire, do
not disassemble them and do not try to recharge unrechargeable batteries. They could leak out or explode.
» Never use different batteries together or mix new and old
ones.
» Dispose of batteries in an environmentally friendly way.
» Most of the EU countries regulate the disposal of batteries
by law.
Disposal
( Do not dispose of this appliance as unsor-
ted municipal waste. Return it to a designated collection point for the recycling of
WEEE. By doing so, you will help to converse
resources and protect the environment.
Contact your retailer or local authorities for
more information.
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EN
Important safety instructions
3D Safety Information
( If you watch the 3D imaging too closely or for a long period
of time, it may harm your eyesight.
( Watching the TV or playing video games that incorporate
3D imaging with the 3D glasses for a long period of time can
cause drowsiness, headaches or fatigue to you and/or your
eyes. If you have a headache, or otherwise feel fatigued or
drowsy, stopwatching the TV and take a rest.
( Pregnant woman, seniors, persons with heart problems or
persons who experience frequent drowsiness should refrain
from watching 3D TV.
( Some 3D imaging may cause you to duck or dodge the
image displayed in the video. Therefore, it is best if you do
not watch 3D TV near fragile objects or near any objects that
can be knocked over easily.
( Please prevent children under the age of 5 from watching 3D
TV as it may aff ect their vision development.
Warning for photosensitization seizure:
( Some viewers may experience a seizure or epilepsy when
exposed to certain factors, including fl ashing lights or
images in TV or video games. If you or anybody from your
family has a history of epilepsy or seizure, please consult with
your doctor before watching 3D TV. Also certain symptoms
can occur in unspecifi ed conditions without any previous
history. If you experience any of the following symptoms,
immediately stop watching the 3D imaging and consult a
doctor: dizziness or light headedness, visual transition or
altered vision, visual or facial instability, such as eye or muscle
twitching, unconscious action, convulsion, loss of conscience,
confusion or disorientation, loss of directional sense, cramps,
or nausea. Parents should monitor their children, including
teenagers, for these symptoms as they may be more sensitive
to the eff ects of watching 3D TV.
Risk of photosensitization seizure can be
reduced with the following actions.
( Take frequent breaks from watching 3D TV.
( For those who have vision that is diff erent in each eye, they
should watch the TV after taking vision correction measures.
( Watch the TV so that your eyes are on the same level as the
3D screen and refrain from sitting too closely to the TV.
( Do not watch the 3D imaging when tired or sick, and avoid
watching the 3D imaging for a long period of time.
( Do not wear the 3D glasses for any other purpose than viewing 3D imaging on a 3D TV.
( Some viewers may feel disoriented after watching 3D TV.
Therefore, after you watch 3D TV, take a moment to regain
awareness of your situation before moving.
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What is included in the box
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Supply of this TV includes following parts:
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1x Remote control
Important Note
Position the TV close to the wall to avoid the possibility of it
falling when pushed.
2x AAA bateries
1x User guide
The instructions shown below are a safer way to set up the
TV, by fixing it to the wall, avoiding the possibility of it falling
forwards if pulled. This will prevent the TV from falling forward
and causing injury. This will also prevent the TV from damage.
This method is used if the TV is placed on a glass surface or you
do not wish to screw anything into your furniture.
Ensure that children do not climb or hang onto the TV.
1x Stand
1x Stand neck
For this type of installation you will need a fastening chord
1x RF cable
A) Using one/both of the top wall-mounting holes and screws
(the screws are already supplied in the wall mounting holes)
fasten one end of the fastening chord/s to the TV.
B) Secure the other end of the fastening chord/s to your wall.
1 x TV stand instalation
packet
3D glasses *
Attaching the Stand
Please follow the instructions in the Stand installation
leaflet, located in the accessories bag.
Wall mounting the TV
This television requires a VESA 100 wall mount,
or equivalent.
1. Remove the four screws highlighted below.
2. The wall mount can now be easily attached to the mounting
holes on the rear of the TV. These holes are indicated in the
picture below.
For optimum viewing, if wall mounting the TV higher than eye
level, the TV should be tilted downwards so that the TV’s screen
is ‘face on’. See fig 1 and 2
*- optional
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Getting started - initial set up
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1. Using the RF cable supplied, connect the TV to the TV Aerial wall socket.
Connect the power cable to the Electrical outlet.
2. Turn on the device with marked ON/OFF switch
3. Insert the batteries supplied into the Remote control and press the Standby
button to power on the TV.
4. You will now be welcomed with the initial set-up screen. If it does not appear, on
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3
DTV
4
5,6
RADIO
USB
DVD
the remote control, please press [MENU] then 8-8-8-8 and the menu will appear.
Press OK on the remote control and tuning will start.
As part of our continuing efforts to reduce energy consumption, we added a
new Ecohome feature (appears on the first installation screen). This function
helps reduce energy consumption up 15% compared to other modes. The image
brightness is reduced using Ecohome mode. If this setting does not suit your
environment, you can choose from other modes (Note: the professional mode is
the optimal default mode, but consumes 15% more than the Ecohome).
Please select desired language, country and environment. Set LCN* to ON if you
want to arrange found channels by cable provider preferences (only applies to
DVB-C channels).
Press [OK] button to start the tuning process.
5. In the next step select the type of digital broadcasting. You can choose between
DVB-T (terrestrial), DVB-C (cable) or DVB-S2(satellite). The analog channel will be
searched automatically, as most of the cable network includes analog channels.
6. Select DVB-C if your TV is connected to a cable TV network. Keep all default
settings as it is recommended .Then press [OK] to start the search. If DVB-C
channels are not found, contact your network provider for the valid "Network
ID". Then perform a new search. Press the [MENU], select "Network ID" and enter
the network ID. Start your search by clicking [OK].
7. Optional channel presets DVB-S2*: Select "Satellie" in the "Digital-type" in
the menu for the optional channel presets. Here you can choose between the
various satellites. Since selection completed, then the channel list of the exact
satellite will be available to be imported into your TV system. This take several
seconds. Confirm with [OK] button on the remote control, to start scanning.
If you are missing channels, the reason for this is likely to be signal strength, you
should consider connecting signal booster and re-tuning the TV.
7*
Tip:
If the TV finds some, but not all, of the Digital channels, the TV is functioning
correctly but the signal being received is not strong enough. (The signal
strength needs to be above 85% - you can see the signal strength the TV is
receiving when you change channels/ programmes) you will need to increase
the signal reception in order to receive all of the channels available. The most
economical way to do this is by purchasing and connecting a ‘signal booster’ in
between the TV and the TV aerial socket. If this does not solve the problem, you
will need to upgrade the TV aerial to a digital hi-gain compatible aerial.
* - Only for models with DVB-S tuner
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Remote control
MUTE
STANDB Y
TV/RADIO TV GUIDE
EJECT
USB
RADIO
DTV
2
1
DVD
3
USB
ATV
DVD
PVR/ DVD
REC
REC LIST
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INFO
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STANDBY – Switch on TV when in standby or vice versa.
MUTE – Mute the sound or vice versa.
DTV– Switch to digital TV source.
RADIO - TV/RADIO – Switch to Digital and switch between TV and radio in
Digital mode.
USB – Switch to USB source.
ATV– Switch to analog TV source.
DVD1 – Switch to DVD mode
0 – 9 – to select a TV channel directly.
TV GUIDE – Opens the 7 Day TV Guide (Digital mode).
– To return to the previous channel viewed.
VOL Ÿ/ź – To increase / decrease the sound level.
S.MODE - Scrolls through sound mode options
P.MODE - Scrolls through picture mode options
FAV – To display favourites menu.
CH Ÿ/ź – To increase or decrease the channel being watched.
(Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź/ OK ) – Allows you to navigate the on-screen menus and adjust the
system settings to your preference.
MENU – To display OSD menu.
EXIT – To exit all menus.
SOURCE – To display the input/source menu.
INFO – Press once for now/next channel information. Press twice for programme
information about current programme.
ASPECT – To switch the screen between the different picture formats.
SLEEP – Press repeatedly to cycle through the sleep options.
AUDIO – To change the audio language (if available).
SUBTITLE – To switch the dialogue at the bottom of the screen (on/off ).
TEXT – Teletext mode - To enter Teletext
TEXT HOLD - HOLD - Teletext mode - Hold current page which is displayed
TEXT/ DVD ZOOM - DVD mode - Teletext Mode - To zoom in
ZOOM - DVD mode - Teletext Mode - To zoom in DISPLAY – To switch off the screen when listening to radio
DVD MENU1 – DVD mode - To display the DVD disc menu
Rec2 – PVR mode - PVR Record
DVD SETUP1 – DVD mode - To display the DVD setup menu
Rec List2 – PVR mode - Opens the list of recordings.
– To restart the current chapter
– To advance forward to the next chapter
/ – To stop the playback / Eject DVD.
– To play in fast rewind mode.
– To play in fast forward mode.
– To play/pause
GOTO1 – DVD mode - To go to a specific chapter
A-B1 – DVD mode - Press once to set point, press a second time to
return to point
ANGLE1 – DVD mode - Select different angle of DVD (if available)
REPEAT – DVD mode1 - USB mode -To repeat playback
REVEAL – Teletext mode - To reveal or hide the hidden words
SIZE – Teletext mode - To change the display size in Teletext mode
TITLE1 – To display the DVD disc menu
D. DIS1 – To display the current disc information
INDEX – Teletext mode - To display the index page
Red Green Yellow Blue button- Additional teletext and OSD functions
3D button3 - Switches between 3D type settings
ASPECT
SLEEP
AUDIO
TEXT
TEXT
HOLD
TEXT/DVD
ZOOM
SUBTITLE
VOL
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SL EEP
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DISPLA Y
DVD MENU
DVD SETUP
PVR / DVD
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SIZE
DISPLAY
REC LIST
GOTO
A-B
ANGLE
REPEAT
D.SETUP D.MENU
TEXT
INDEX
TITL E
R. VEAL
HOL D
1 - available only for TVs with DVD players
2 - available only with PVR function
3 - Available only for TVs with 3D function
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TV buttons & Source menu
Connections
Eject *
Play / Pause *
Vol+
Volume up and menu right
Vol-
Volume down and menu left
CH+
Programme/Channel up and menu up
CH-
Programme/Channel down and menu down
VGA(PC) *
VGA PC-Input
VGA (PC) Audio In *
3.5mm PC audio input
Displays Menu/OSD
Displays the input source menu
Standby Power On/Off
R
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Choosing Mode Input/Source
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STANDBY
HDMI 1, 2*, 3* in
HDMI-Input 1, 2, 3*
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MENU
SOURCE
USB
USB-Input
Video (CVBS) *
VIDEO Input
Mini YPbPr *
Mini Component HD Input
YPbPr *
Component HD Input
SCART *
SCART-Input
CI Card IN
SCART input
RF In
RF / TV Aerial Input
Sat In *
Satellite Input
COAX Audio Out *
Digital Coax output
HEADPHONES
3.5mm Headphone output
G
R/L - Video & YPbPr audio In *
Component / Video audio input
B
a) Using the buttons on the remote control:
R
To switch between the different input/connections.
1. Press [SOURCE/ AV] - The source menu will appear.
2. Press [ź] or [Ÿ] to select the input you require.
3. Press [OK].
b) Using the buttons on the Television:
1. Press [SOURCE].
2. Scroll up / down using CH+/ CH- buttons to the input/source
you require.
3. Press Vol+ to change input/source to the one selected.
*
* - Only on supported devices
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Connections
Connecting a DVD Player/Recorder, Video Recorder or Cable/Satellite Box
TVs Input/Source should be set to SCART.
SCART
OUT
SCART
IN
RF OUT
RF IN
RF IN
Connecting a Camcorder, Camera or Games Console
TVs Input / Source should be set to Video.
Connecting a High Definition (HD) Device by HDMI
Option 1 - via HDMI to HDMI cable. HDMI cable can output
both video and audio and enables you to enjoy digital-quality
video and audio with minimal loss of quality.
Audio
R/L
Video
(CVBS)
Option 2 - via Component cable.
If your TV set has a component connectors (RED, GREEN, BLUE coloured sockets for video and RED & WHITE coloured sockets for
sound), then use regarded YPrPb cable and RCA phono cable for video and sound connection. If TV set is equipped with mini
Component connector, then you should use mini YPrPb cable adapter for video signal connection, as shown on the picture. Note:
Cables for components connection are not supplied.
Y
PB
PB
PR
PR
Mini
YPbPr
Y
L
L
R
R
Using the television as a computer monitor *
Connect the VGA cable (not supplied) to the TV and then to your PC or laptop. In order to use the TV speakers, you connect your PC
or laptop to the audio input IN of the TV, just over 3.5 mm jack (not included). The input source of the TV must be set to VGA.
VGA
IN
VGA
OUT
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
OUT
* - only for devices with VGA connector
NOTE:
The unit without VGA connector shall not be used as a computer monitor, as it would be possible via HDMI.
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TV Menu operation
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To access this menu, press
[MENU] button on the remote
control. To enter a menu press
[OK]
If you wish to make changes to
any of the default settings, use
the scroll (Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź) buttons.
To confirm any settings press
[OK] button.
To exit this menu at anytime, press [EXIT] button.
Channel
Picture Mode - Choose from the following presets.
Auto Tuning - Allows you to retune the television for all digital
channels, digital radio stations and analogue channels.
ATV Manual Tuning - Allows you to manually tune your
analogue signal.
DTV Manual Tuning- Allows you to manually tune your digital
signal.
Programme Edit - Allows you to delete, skip and add favourite
channels.
Schedule List - Lists your programme reminders.
Signal Information - Information about DVB signal.
CI Information - Pay per view services require a “smartcard” to
be inserted into the TV. If you subscribe to a pay per view service
the provider will issue you with a ‘CAM’ and a “smartcard”. The
CAM can then be inserted into the COMMON INTERFACE PORT
(CI Card In).
Dish Setup* - This menu is only available in DVB-S2 mode. You
can select the type of satellite, your transponder and your LNB
type, etc.
* - Only for models with DVB-S tuner
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Standard
Default settings
Dynamic
Recommended settings for fast moving pictures
Mild
Set to be lighter in colour and less bright
Personal
Lets you manually alter all the settings
Ecohome
Consume 15% less energy.
Contrast - Switch the balance between black and white.
Brightness - Increase or decrease the brightness of the picture.
Colour - Increases the colour from black and white.
Tint - Lets you increase or decrease the level of tint within the
picture.
Sharpness - Increase or decrease the sharpness of the picture.
Colour Temperature - Choose from the following presets.
Normal
Default settings
Warm
Increases red within the picture
Cold
Increases blue within the picturew
Noise Reduction - Choose from the following presets.
Off
Turns noise reduction off
Low
Minor system adjustment
Middle
Medium system adjustments
High
Maximum system adjustments
Default
Default settings
TV Menu operation
3D Settings *
For the best 3D picture effect, watch your TV from vertical angle
+/- 10°.
3D Type - 3D Type- When connecting a 3D product sometimes
the picture maybe displayed incorrectly; choose from the
following settings to correct this. You can toggle these settings
by pressing the '3D' button on your remote (see page 119).
3D off
Turns 3D off
Side by Side
3D Format
3D format is commonly used in 3D
broadcasting, works by halving the horizontal
resolution of videos to store left and right eye
images in each frame. It eff ectively displays
up to 960 x 1,080-pixel pictures to each eye,
enabling TV stations to telecast 3D content at
a much lower bandwidth compared with 3D
Blu-ray discs.
Typical supported resolutions are limited to
720p and 1080i for 3D TV programs. Users will
need to manually select the correct 3D format
to properly display side-by-side 3D content
on a 3D TV.
Top Bottom
3D Format
3D format is alternative for 3D broadcast,
which is pretty similar to side-by-side 3D
except that it halves the vertical resolution
instead. Available primarily up to 720p
resolution, top-and-bottom 3D off ers
1,280 pixels horizontally. The higher pixel
count is generally considered more suitable
for displaying panning motion in sports
programs.
Frame
Alternative
As its name suggests, this format stacks the
left and right eye images in each frame to
retain the content's original resolution for
the best 3D pictures. Most, if not all, 1080p
3D Blu-ray movie discs and 720p PS3 3D
games are produced utilizing this technique.
Another key differentiator is that all 3D TVs
should be able to automatically detect framepacking 3D signals and correctly display the
content without user intervention.
Line by Line
The picture signals for left and right eyes are
interleaved in alternate lines. The left clip’s
resolution is halved then placed in the odd
lines of the video stream. Correspondingly,
the right clip’s resolution is halved then
placed in the even lines of the video stream.
When combined the video stream totals
1920×1080.
2D to 3D- Changes the picture from regular 2 dimensions to
3 (3D). Please note as content is being changed by the TV the
effects are limited
3D to 2D- Changes the picture from 3D to regular 2 dimensions
(2D).
2D to 3D Depth - Depth of pictures converted from 2D to 3D.
Exchange 3D L/R- change picture sequence for different
viewing
* - Only for models with 3D function
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TV Menu operation
Sound
Time
Sound Mode - Choose from the following presets:
Standard
Default settings
Music
Emphasises music over voices
Movie
Provides live and full sound for movies
Personal
Selects your personal sound settings
Sports
Emphasises sound for sports
Tip: Treble and bass levels can only be adjusted when the
sound mode ‘Personal’ is selected.
Treble - To adjust the level of high frequency within the sound.
Bass -To adjust the level of low frequency within the sound.
Balance - To switch the sound between the left and right
speakers.
Auto Volume Level (AVL) - When ‘on’ is selected, the volume
will stay at a constant level regardless of input/source.
Digital Output - This is the digital COAX Audio output. Choose
from the following options:
Off
Clock - Set the date and time. Date and time is set up
automatically in DVB mode.
Off Time - Allows you to set a specific time for your TV to turn
off.
On Time - Allows you to set a specific time for your TV to turn
on, the channel it will then display, the source it will be on and
also the volume. This function can then be toggled to repeat
every day or a certain day.
Time Zone - Change your current time zone.
Sleep Timer - Lets you set the sleep timer so the television
automatically switches off after a set amount of time. Off ->
10min -> 20min -> 30min -> 60min -> 90min -> 120min ->
180min -> 240min.
Auto standby - Adjustment for the auto standby in hourly
increments: Off -> 3h -> 4h -> 5h.
OSD Timer - Lets you adjust the amount of time the On Screen
Menu stays on the screen before disappearing.
Lock
Off
Auto
Selects the best settings automatically
PCM
Select this option if you are connecting to a Stereo
Hi-fi via coax cable (Pulse-code modulation (PCM)
is a digital representation of an analogue signal)
AD Switch - Additional sound track for visually impaired.
Available only on selected DTV shows.
System Lock - Allows you to lock or unlock the menu. You
will be asked to enter a 4 digit password. Use the Ż button
o quit the password input. Use the Ź button to clear. Default
password is 0000.
Set Password - Change the default password.
Channel lock - Lock specific TV channels.
Parental Guidance - Lock TV channels based on age restriction.
Key Lock - Lock the TV buttons.
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TV Menu operation
HDMI CEC - Allows you to operate devices conected via HDMI
with TV remote control.
Auto power - Automatically turn on/off connected devices
via HDMI CEC
Device menu - Allows you to acces devices menu and
operate the menu using TV remote control.
HDMI ARC - Sends audio signal from terrestrial/satellite
broadcast via HDMI to the AV receiver without using any
additional audio cables, this functions is available only on
HDMI 2 output.
HDMI CEC must be supported by connected device.
Setup
PC Settings *
Language - Allows you to change the language of the menu.
TT Language - Encoding settings for the proper display of
teletext characters.
Audio Languages - Allows you to change audio language on
selected DVB channels.
Subtitle Language - Allows you to change subtitles language
on selected DVB channels.
Hearing Impaired - If signal provides support for the hearing
impaired, the subtitles can be displayed by pressing the
“Subtitle”. If you set Hearing Impaired ON and switch to a
channel with supports for hearing impaired subtitles will be
activated automatically.
Aspect Ratio - Within the EU the picture format varies
depending on the channel/broadcast. There are a number of
different options to best meet your needs.
Auto
Automatically displays the best picture
format. So the picture is in the correct
position. May have black lines at the top/
bottom and/or sides.
4:3
Displays the 4:3 picture in its original size.
Side bars are shown to fill the 16:9 screen.
16:9
Fills the screen with a regular 16:9 signal.
Zoom 1/2
The picture is the correct proportion but
zoomed in to fill the screen.
Full Screen
Stretch signal to fill the screen.
Blue Screen - Changes the background when there is no input
between transparent and a blue background (Only available on
some sources).
First Time Installation - Starts the first time installation.
Reset - This resets the menus to factory settings.
Software Update (USB) - From time to time we may release
new firmware to improve the operation of the television
(available to download). This menu lets you install the new
software/firmware onto the television. Further details of how to
do this will be issued with the firmware. Contact the helpline or
refer to the ‘www.umc-slovakia.sk/products-support/’ website.
Auto Adjust - Lets you automatically configure the television to
be used as a computer monitor.
H Offset - Changes the horizontal position of the picture.
V Offset - Changes the vertical position of the picture.
Size - increase picture size.
Phase - To adjust delay time of phase in order to reduce the
noise of picture
Position Reset - Changes back to the original settings
Tip: If the computer is left in-active for a period of time, the
television will switch into a ‘sleep’ state (the screen will power
off to save power). To switch back on press the standby
button.
Tip: If you do not press any buttons for 10 seconds, the menu
will automatically exit. You can change the length of time
before the menu exits automatically - see ‘OSD Timer’ section.
* only for devices with VGA connector
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TV Menu operation
7 Day TV Guide
2. Select the drive you require. (If your drive only has 1 partition
you will only see 1 item).
TV Guide is available in Digital TV mode. It provides information
about forthcoming programmes (where supported by the
Digital channel). You can view the start and end time of all
programmes and on all channels for the next 7 days and set
reminders.
1. Press [TV GUIDE]. The following 7 Day TV Guide will appear.
2. Navigate through the menu using Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź.
You can now:
Set a reminder by pressing GREEN.
View a previous day by pressing YELLOW.
View the next day by pressing BLUE.
[INFO] shows detailed information about the selected post
3. Press [EXIT] to exit the 7 day TV Guide.
3. You can now access the item. Press OK to view.
USB mode / Media player
USB mode offers playback of various different types of content
that you have saved on your USB Memory Stick. On switching to
USB source the USB mode menu screen will appear. The content
will be divided into Photo, Music, Movie and Text based on file
type.
4. While viewing you may control the item playback modes by
using the remote control buttons
P
PVR / DVD
T
or by invoking playback navigation menu and selecting onscreen buttons Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź and [OK]
1. You can navigate through the menus using the scroll
Ÿ/ź/Ż/Źbuttons. To confirm the item you wish to play/view
press [OK] button.
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TV Menu operation
DVD Menu*
DISP LAY
TEXT
TEXT
HOLD
TEXT/DVD
ZOOM
DVD MEN U
DVD SETU P
PVR / DVD
To access this menu, press [D. MENU] button on the remote
control. If you wish to make changes to any of the default
settings, use the scroll Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź buttons. To confirm any
settings press [OK] button.
To exit this menu at anytime, press [EXIT] button.
General Setup Page
TV Display - Choose from the following options
4:3
PanScan
PS Traditional picture format, often used on
old film
4:3
LetterBox
LB Traditional picture which has been
adapted for widescreen
Wide
Widescreen picture format
OSD Language - Select desired language
Audio Setup Page
Dolby Digital Page
Dual Mono
Stereo
Outputs 2 channels of sound both left and
right
Mono L
Outputs left side sound
Mono R
Outputs right side sound
Mix Mono
Outputs a single channel of sound but mix
between right and left
Dynamic Range - This is the difference between the quietest
and loudest sounds. This setting works only with DVD discs
recorded in Dolby digital.
Preference Page
TV Type - Choose from the following options
NTSC
Normally used for discs from North America,
Japan etc
PAL
The standard for discs from UK/Europe, most
of Asia, Australia etc
Multi
For both NTSC and PAL
Speaker Setup - Choose from the following options
LT/RT
Set LT/RT Downmix
Stereo
Set Stereo Downmix
Default - This option allows you reset all DVD settings to factory
settings.
*- only for devices equipped with built in DVD Player
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Frequently asked questions
General
I would like to have louder
sound by connecting
additional speakers.
There are 2 options:
1) Use Digital COAX output connected to an external amplifier/surround sound
system.
2) Use the 3.5mm headphone output and a 3.5mm to phono cable (available
separately) to connect to an amplifier/surround sound system.
General
Why are some options in
the menu unavailable and
greyed out.
Some options are only available in certain sources, i.e. HDMI, PC/VGA. They are
unavailable in the other sources where they have no effect.
TV
I have tuned in Digital TV
but I am not receiving any
or all of the channels and/
or the channels I receive are
breaking up.
1) Check you are in an area that can receive Digital TV .
2) Check you are using an aerial that is able to receive a good digital signal. In most
cases, you will need an outdoor digital hi-gain/wideband aerial. In areas that have
excellent digital coverage, you may be able to use a loft type aerial but it is highly
likely that you will also need to connect a booster between the back of the TV and the
TV aerial wall socket. Unfortunately, to receive a good enough digital signal, it is not
possible to use a portable/indoor type aerial.
TV
I have re-tuned my television
but when I switch it off it is
not storing the channels.
Complete a first time installation, please refer to the set-up menu section of the
manual of how to do this.
VCR/DVD
Recorder
I have connected the TV to
my VCR or DVD Recorder via
SCART but it is not recording.
In addition to connecting via SCART, you should connect the aerial cable from the
wall socket to your VCR/DVD Recorder and another aerial cable from the VCR/DVD
Recorder to the TV.
Game Consoles
I have connected my PS3 to
the TV via HDMI, but I am
not receiving any pictures or
sound on my Television.
1) Ensure the TVs source is on HDMI.
2) Check your settings on your PS3 are as per the PS3 instruction manual.
Game Consoles
I have connected my Xbox
360 to the TV via Component
Cables (Red, Green & Blue)
but I am not receiving any
sound.
Component cables only provide HD Pictures. For the sound you will need to connect
the Red & White audio cables on the Xbox to the Red & White phono inputs on the
rear of the TV. Please refer to the ‘Connections’ pages.
The software on your TV and the OSD layout can be changed without notice.
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