Philips 32PT9005D Owner`s manual

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iMPORTANT
SAFETY iNSTRUCTiONS
Read before operating equipment
1.
Read these instructions.
2,
Keep these instructions,
3.
4,
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
D,
E,
5,
Do not use this TV near water.
6,
Clean only with a dry cloth,
7,
Do not block any of the ventilation openings, Install in accordance
with the manufacturers instructions,
8,
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or" other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat,
9,
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or groundingtype plug, A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the
other, A grounding type plug has two blades and third grounding
prong, The wide blade or third prong are provided for your safety,
When the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet,
10,
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the apparatus,
11,
Only use attachments/accessories
12,
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the TV
a cart is used, use caution when moving
the
avoid injury from tip-over,
Unplug this TV during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time,
13,
14,
15,
16,
17,
Tilt/Stability
- All televisions must comply with recommended
international global safety standards for tilt and stability properties
of its cabinet design.
• Do not compromise these design standards by applying excessive
pull force to the front, or top, of the cabinet which could ultimately
overturn the product.
• Also, do not endanger yourself, or children, by placing electronic
equipment/toys on the top of the cabinet. Such items could
unsuspectJngly Fall from the top of the set and cause product
damage and/or personal injury.
18,
Wall or Ceiling
Mounting
- The TV should be mounted to a
wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer'.
19,
Power Lines
power lines.
20.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding - ]fan outside antenna is
connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is grounded so
as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built up static
charges.
Section 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 701984, provides information with respect to proper grounding of
the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to
an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding connectors, location
of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and
requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure below.
21.
Object
and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure
through openings.
specified by the manufacturer,
Refer" all servicing to qualified service personnel, Servicing is
required when the TV has been damaged in any way, such as
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into apparatus, the TV has been exposed to rain
or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped,
22.
to the
CATV
system
installer:
This reminder
grounding
is provided
and, in particular,
Battery
Usage CAUTION
To prevent battery leakage that
may result in bodily injury, property damage, or damage to the unit:
• Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and alkaline, etc,),
The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or
Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the TV; or
The TV has been exposed to rain; or
that provides guidelines for proper
antenna should be located away from
• Install all batteries correctly, with + and - aligned as marked on
the unit,
Damage Requiring Service - The TV should be serviced by qualified
service personnel when:
Note
- An outdoor
a) Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, this
apparatus should not be exposed to rain or" moisture and objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, should not be placed on this
apparatus.
This product may contain lead and mercury, Disposal of these
materials may be regulated due to environmental considerations,
For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local
authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance: www,eiae,org
A,
B,
C,
The TV does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a
marked change in performance; or
The TV has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.
• Remove batteries when the unit is not used for a long time,
to call the CATV
system installer's
specifies that the cable ground
attention
shall be connected
to Article
820-40
to the grounding
of the NEC
system of the
building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
Example
as per
of Antenna
NEC
= National
Grounding
Electric
Code
GROUNDCLAMP
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE
ANTENNA DISCHARGEUNIT (iq_EC
SECTION
810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS(HE(;
SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
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ELECTRICSERVICE EQUIPMENT
POWERSERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODESYSTEM (NEC
ART
250,PART
ti)
FEATURES
]
iNTRODUCTiON
Welcome/Registration
of Your TV ......................
2
Safety/Precautions ..................................
2/3
A Guide to Digital TV ................................
5
Quick Tips Before You Start
5
GETTING
STARTED
Description
of Remote
..........................
Control
buttons ..................
6
Basic TV and Remote Control Operation
................
First Time You Turn On The TV .......................
INSTALLATION
Auto
Install
7
8
MENU
........................................
9
How To Use The Language Controls ...................
How To Use The Tuner Mode Control .................
10
11
Channel
12
Edit (Add or skip channels)
Chron
Auto
...................
(Synchronisation
Timer
- Time Zone
Timer
- Daylight
of time)
...........
..........................
14
14
.......
15
Emergency Alert Setting ......................
Factory Channel Reset
.......................
Digital Audio (Selecting audio languages)
Menu Controls ...............................
Picture
Sound
Menu Controls
FEATURES
16
16
.........
17
18
...............................
19
MENU
Understanding
Autolock Controls
AutoLock
.........................................
......................
22
23
Blocking Options
23
...................................
Movie Ratings ......................................
24
TV Ratings ........................................
How To Use the Timer Menu Controls
.................
25
26
in Digital Mode .........
27
Close
Captioning
Display
Caption Option in Digital Mode ................
Captioning in Analog Mode ......................
27
28
SleepTimer
........................................
Rotation
..........................................
How To Use The Format
OTHER
Active
Control
AutoChron
sets the clock of the TV automatically or manually. For
automatic selection, there will be queries for Time Zone, Day Light
saving and channel to seek clock. For manual selection, you need to
key in the time. (Pg. 13).
AutoLock lets you block channels or programs from viewing with
content not suitable for children or with restricted TV ratings (Pg.
21).
AutoPicture
lets you change the picture settings (color, tint,
contrast, etc.) for various types of programming, such as sports,
movies, multimedia (games), or weal< signals with the push of one
button (Pg. 18).
AutoSound
lets you select from four pre-set controls and a
personal control that you set according to your own preferences
through the onscreen Sound menu. The four pre-set controls
(Speech, Movie, Music, and Multimedia) lets you custom set the TV
sound to enhance the particular programming you are watching (Pg.
19).
20
21
AutoLock - Blocking Channels
........................
Block / Clear All Channels At The Same Time ............
Close
Audio Volume Leveler (AVL) Control keeps the TV sound at
an even level. Differences in volume levels during commercial breaks
are reduced, making for a more consistent, comfortable sound for
your listening pleasure (Pg. 19).
13
Saving ........................
How To Add Or Skip Weal< Digital Signals
Active Control continuously measures and corrects all incoming
signals to help provide the best picture quality. This feature
monitors and corrects both the sharpness control and noise
reduction control (Pg. 17).
Channel Edit lets you add or skip channels from the list stored in
the TV memory. Channel Edit makes it easy to limit or expand the
number of channels that are available to you when you press the
Channel (+) or (-) buttons on your remote control (Pg. 12).
Closed Captioning
allows the viewer to read TV program
dialogue or voice conversations
as onscreen text. (Pg. 27-28).
Digital Audio allows you to switch to another audio language
when it is available. This is only for programs that are shown in
more than one audio language (Page 17).
29
29
.....................
Sleep Timer automatically turns OFF the TV after a set amount
time that you have chosen ( Page 29).
30
FEATURES
Control
....................................
17
Auto
Picture
.......................................
18
Auto
Sound
.......................................
19
Information
IMPORTANT
Glossary
Banner and Electronic
Guide
.31
Active Control,
AutoPicmre,
AutoSound,
AutoChron,
and
Incredible Surround are trademarks
of Philips Consumer
Electronics Company. Copyright 2001 Philips Consumer
Electronics.
INFORMATION
..........................................
Troubleshooting
Program
Electronics
has determined
this product
meets
As an Energy Star® Partner,
Philips Consumer
the Energy Star® guidelines
for energy
efficiency
Energy Star® is a U.S. registered
marl<. Using
products
with the Energy Star® label can save energy.
Saving
energy
reduces
air pollution
and lowers
utility bills.
.................................
32
33-34
Cleaning and Care ..................................
35
Specifications
36
......................................
Limited Warranty ...................................
Index
...........................................
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*Manufactured
under license from Dolby
D I e I T A L Laboratories.
"Dolby" and the double-D symbol
are trademarks
of Dolby Laboratories.
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38
4
of
What
is Digital
Television
(DTV)?
Digital Television
(DTV)
is a relatively new type of broadcasting that promises to transform television viewing into a whole
new experience. Digital technology is used to capture images and sound to deliver a better picture quality.
There are many levels of digital television quality. The most common
Standard Definition
TV (SDTV)
SDTV is the basic level of quality display and resolution
traditional (4:3) or widescreen (16:9) format.
are:
for both analog and digital. Transmission
of SDTV can be in the
Enhanced Definition
TV (EDTV)
EDTV is better in picture quality than analog television. The formats for EDTV are 480p widescreen
EDTV is in the middle range quality between SDTV and HDTV.
(16:9) or traditional
(4:3).
High Definition TV (HDTV)
HDTV has the highest quality for digital broadcast formats. Its resolution is widescreen format (16:9). Combined with digitally
enhanced sound technology, HDTV sets new standards for sound and picture quality in television.
Difference
between
Digital
and Analog
?
Digital Television is a more flexible and efficient
provide one program at a time. Digital television
program at the same time. With Digital television
and Electronic Program Guide. This information
technology than the analog broadcast system. Analog broadcasts can only
can broadcast a high definition program or more than one standard definition
you can receive information of programs through the Information Banner
is provided by the broadcaster.
O
I
When the TV is powered-on
that are broadcasted locally.
2
Auto Installation may take 20 to 40 minutes
or broadcaster.
3
When the TV is not receiving any signal from the antenna / cable, NO S#GNAL wiii appear on the TV screen.
caused by the antenna / cable not being plugged in correctly or when the wrong tuner mode is selected.
When no transmission
for the first time you wiii be prompted
to auto install the TV in order to receive the channels
depending on the number of channels that are transmitted
is received from the broadcaster,
NO PROGRAM
You wiii not be able to receive pay channels when using direct antenna / cable connection
5
When
the
single
channel
When
the
6
Set-top
7
box
Pressing
Accessories
(3 or
Set-top
to view
box
is connected
4) that
box
the
is connected
the
program
the AID button
List :
to the
Set-top
box
to the
and
outputs
the
Control
2 AA batteries
Manual
1 Warranty
Card
using
and
television
on the remote
1 Remote
1 User
change
television
coaxial
change
cable,
the
control
at the
Set-top
toggles
it is necessary
channels
using AV connection,
channels
This can be
wiii appear on the TV screen.
4
Set-top
by the cable provider
at the
select
Box
to auto-program
Set-top
the
to view
to the television.
Box
television
the
the TV between
to view
input
the
television
the
program.
source
for the
for the
program.
Digital
and Analog
Mode.
CLOCK Button - Sets the TV
clock On or Off.
Button - Sets the TV to
SLEEP
Button - To select
FORMAT
automatically turn itself off after
a period of time you choose
picture format.
--
AV Button - To select different signal-sources connected to the AV inputs on
the TV(eg. DVD, VCR, Camcorder etc.)
POWER
Button - Press to turn the
TV On or put on Standby
mode.
POWER
SAP Button - Toggle between SAP, -Mono and Stereo Sound.
OCK
AUTO
SOUND
SL _EP
GUIDE
Button - To-
CC
select factory-defined sound settings.
(Personal, Theatre, Music, or Voice).
AID
* Guide Button - Displays the
Electronic Program guide (only in
Digital Mode)
/
(ANALOGIDIGITAL)
--
_I
etc.
PICTURE
Button - To select Analog or
Digital mode. rMENU
* INFO Button - To display channel
number, sound mode, time and status of
the
--
Button - Closed Captioning.
Button - To choose
from five pre-defined picture settings.
(Personal, Movies, Sports, Weak Signal,
or Multimedia).
Button - To display the main---J
menu.
Button - To activate selection of
antenna / cable mode the first time you
auto install the TV.
Cursor Buttons (< , >, A, V )
- To highlight and select items on
the TV onscreen menu.
(annel) + or CH(annel)Buttons
- To select channels in ascending or
VOL(ume)
+ I - Buttons
- To increase or decrease the
TV sound level.
descending order.
Button - To turn off
the sound from the TV.
NUMERIC
(0-9) Buttons - To select
TV channels or enter values in the onscreen menu. For single channel entries,
press the numbered button for the channel you desire. The TV will pause for a
second or two before changing to the
chosen channel.
AJCH (Alternate
Button - Toggle between last
viewed and current channel.
--DOT
Button - To enter values for minor
channels eg. 36.4
* The quality and accuracy of the information on the program guide and information banner are transmitted from broadcasters.
You may see a difference in broadcast time if the broadcaster is from a different time zone area (refer to page 31).
The INFO button
can also be used to exit the menu display
from
the "IV screen.
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Press POWER
button on the TV to turn it
on. Pressing any button on the front panel
of the TV will also turn the TV On.
Press the VOLUHE
+ to increase the
sound level and VOLUHE
- to lower the
sound level.
Pressing both buttons together will display
the onscreen menu. While in menu mode,
use these buttons to make adjustments or
selections.
Press CHANNEL
+ or = to select TV
channels.
Point the remote
remote
control towards
sensor window
TV when using the remote
Press MENU
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control.
button on the remote to
display the onscreen
REHOTE
the
on the front of the
menu.
CONTROL
ow to load the supplied batteries into the remote
control.
------- Back of Remote
Remove the battery compartment
back of the remote control.
Insert two AA-sized
compartment,
lid on the
j
batteries into the battery
Battery
Compartment
making sure the positive + and
negative - polarity
inside the case.
Close the battery
line up correctly
as indicated
lid.
7
/
2 AA-sized
-----
Battery
batteries
compartment
lid
_h
e first time you turn on the new TV set, you will see a screen that helps you to auto install the programs. Follow
e instructions on this screen to start auto installation. Digital and Analog auto installation will be performed
at the same time. Auto installation may take 2.0 to 40 minutes depending on the number of channels available. You
will see the progress of the auto installation represented by the 2 bars below the words Analog Channels and Digital
Channels respectively. An active hour-glass will be displayed on the TV screen to indicate that auto installation is still
in progress, please wait.
Note : This screen will only appear the first time you turn on the TV. If you wish to auto install programs
later, please follow the procedure in the next page (page 9}.
Please connect Antenna or Cable to TV
FORMAT CLOCK SLEEP
Select TV signal by A or T and press OK
GUDE
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_ Cable
ntenna
Installation may take about 30 mmtues.
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o Analo_ channels
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ANTENNA
antenna,
select
: If you have and off-air or roof-top
Antenna.
CABLE : If you have subscribed to cable signal from
any cable company, or you are receiving free-to-air cable
channels through your wall connection select Cable.
When you install in either Digital or Analog mode,
both Digital and Analog channels will be installed.
u can auto insr_ll programs on your TV. This makes it easy for you to select only the TV stations in your area
hen the CHANNEL (+), (-) buttons are pressed.
Follow these steps for Digital
Mode
and Analog Mode
Complete the antenna or cable signal connection
before activating AUTO
INSTALL.
See How to
make the best connection guide for details.
Digitel
I Main
button on the
display the onscreen
remote
control
to
menu.
I
Auto
Mode
I Main
Language
Tuner Mode
o Features
o DTV
Analog
A
o Picture
o Sound
I '/Install
Press MENU
Mode
I
o Picture
Sound
Install
Language
Tuner Mode
o Features
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Auto
Install
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Edit
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Setup
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Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll through the
onscreen menu until you see install highlighted.
Press CURSOR
features.
> to display the install menu
i Install
A
o Language
o Tuner Mode
I _Auto
o Language
o Tuner Mode
Install
|vAuto
Install
o Channel
Edit
_ I
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll through the
Install features until you see Auto Install highlighted.
Press CURSOR
> to start Auto
Installation.
Auto Install will begin. This may take 20 to 40
minutes
depending on the number
of channels available.
When finished, press MENU button on the remote
control twice to exit the menu display from
the TV screen.
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-
[Auto
Install
_>Analo_ channels
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o Digital Channels
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_ j
-
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Digital Channels
I
AID
digital
mode
When you are in Digital Mode,
displayed as 234, or 100-2 etc.
channel
numbers
©
©@Q/
will be
When you install in either Digital or Analog mode,
both Digital and Analog channels will be installed.
I
l
toggles
When ANTENNA
is selected, channels 2 to 69 are
available for both Digital and Analog Modes.
45
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]
-
When CABLE is selected, channels 1 to 135 are available
in Digital Mode and Channels 1 to 125 are available in
Analog Mode.
i
@ i
between
and analog
r French and Spanish speaking TV owners an onscreen Language option is present. With the Language control you
n set the TV's on-screen menu to be shown in English, French, or Spanish.
Follow these steps for Digital
Mode
and Analog Mode
Digital
i"ain
Press MENU button on the remote control to display
the onscreen menu.
> to display the Install
_
Sound
Tuner
o Sound
Tuner
o Features
Auto
o Features
Auto
Mode
Install
"
Install
I
A
o Tuner
Auto
Mode
Install
I vlnstali
_ I Channel
[
-
Edit
Setup
¢ Language
I
Install
_
Language
o Tuner Mode
Mode
Install
o Auto
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Enqlish
"
I
Enqlish
]
Install
o Channel
When finished, press MENU button on the remote
twice to exit the menu from the TV screen.
]
Language
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll through the
Install features until you see Language highlighted.
Press AID button on the remote
i Main
o Picture
I
Press CURSOR
> to select English, Fran_ais
(French) or Espafiol (Spanish).
]
Mode
Language
o DTV
menu
Analog
"
o Picture
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll through the
onscreen menu until you see Install highlighted.
Press CURSOR
features.
Mode
Edit
[
-
]
to switch between
OR
OR
Digital and Analog Channels.
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dioma
_> Sintonia
o Auto
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Instalar
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Sintonia
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Frangais
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AID
toggles
digital
mode
PressAID button on the remote control to toggle
between Digital and Analog Mode.
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t
Instalar
OR
I Installation
Espafiol
o
between
and analog
htheTUNER MODE control lets you change the TV input signal to ANTENNA
at you know which type of signal to look for (Cable or Antenna).
Follow these steps for Digital
Press MENU
Mode end Analog Mode
button on the remote
display the onscreen
control
[ Main
I Main
> to display the Install menu
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll through the
Install features until you see Tuner Mode
highlighted.
iv
o Picture
Language
o Sound
Tuner
o Features
Auto
Install
e DTV
.
Mode
Install
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[
.
]
A
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Channel Edit
0 Language
Mode
I ,z Tuner Mode
o Auto Install
Antenna _J
Install
o Channel
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Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Install
[vlnstall
<>Language
<>Auto
_
o Picture
o Sound
o Features
_" i
I Install
> to select Antenna or Cable.
When finished, press MENU button on the
remote control twice to exit the menu from
the TV screen.
Mode
Setup
[
[_'Tuner
Press CURSOR
Analog
Mode
to
menu.
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll through
the onscreen menu until you see Install
highlighted.
Press CURSOR
features.
Digital
or CABLE mode. It is important
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Antenna
Edit
/
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toggles
digital
mode
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When CABLE is selected, channels 1-135 are
available in Digital Mode and Channels 1-125 are
available in Analog Mode.
When ANTENNA
is selected, channels 2-69 are
available for both Digital and Analog Modes.
When
you
mode,
both
installed.
install
Digital
in either
and
Digital
Analog
or Analog
channels
will
be
PressAID button on the remote control to toggle between
Digital and Analog Mode.
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I, J
between
and analog
/
annel Edit allows you to add or skip channels from your favorite list_
Follow these steps for Digital
Follow these steps for Analog Mode
Mode
Press MENU on the
remote control to
display the onscreen
Digital
Mode
Analog
Press MENU
on the
remote control to
display the onscreen
menu.
Mode
menu.
I Main
Press CURSOR
A or
V to scroll through the
onscreen menu until
you see DTV Setup
highlighted.
Press CURSOR
Press CURSOR
Tuner Mode
Auto Install
o Features
Auto hlstall
to scroll through the
onscreen menu until you
see Install highlighted.
o Sound
o Features
k DTV
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Setup
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CH
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[
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I
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<
to to_e between Added
or Skipped. If Skipped is
selected, the channels will
be skipped when scrolling
channels with the Cl-l+ or
CH-.
If Added
is selected, the channels
will not be skipped when
scrolling channelswith the
CH+ or CH-.
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Edit
A
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< or
Press CURSOR
V to
highlight Skipped option.
Use CURSOR
> or < to
toggle between on or of[.
If On is selected, the
channels will be skipped
when scrolling
channels
with the CH+ or CH=.
If
Of[ is selected, the channels
will not be skipped when
scrolling channels with the
CH+ or CH-.
When finished, press
MENU button on the
remote control three
times to exit the menu
from the TV screen.
Added
I
I
Note : When you are in Analog
Mode you can only add or skip
programs in Analog Channels.
When finished, press
MENU on the remote
control four times to
exit the menu from the
TV screen.
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AID
toggles
digital
mode
Note : When you are in Digital
Mode you can only add or skip
programs in Digital Channels.
It is important to auto install the TV (Refer page 9) before you try to Edit
the Channels. If auto installation is not done, Channel Edit will show an
message : Favorite Channel
Press CURSOR
> to
display the Channel
Edit menu features.
> until the Channel you
wish to Edit is displayed.
I
I
Channel
Weal<
Edit
A or V
Alel_
Ch. Install Edit
Channel
Press CURSOR A or
V to scroll the menu to
highlight the channel you
wish to add or sldp.
> or
Caption
I
Press CURSOR
> to
display the Channel Edit
options.
error
I
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Language
Tuner Mode
o hstaJl
V to scroll through
the Ch. Install features
undl you see Channel
Edit highlighted.
Press CURSOR
I Matn
o Picture
o Sound
Language
to highlight the Ch.
Install menu features.
Press CURSOR
I
o Picture
list is empty.
You must Auto Install
PressAID button on the remote control to toggle between Digital
Analog Mode.
and
12
between
and analog
uto Chron allows you to set the clock of the TV automatically for automatic selection, there will be queries for
Channel, Time Zone and Day Light saving. After successful setup, Auto Chron will automatically maintain the
correct time. This feature is ONLY available in Digital Mode.
Digital
Mode
Press MENU button on the remote
control to display the onscreen menu.
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll
through the onscreen menu until you
see DTV Setup highlighted.
[
Press CURSOR > followed by CURSOR
A or V to scroll through the DTV Setup
features until you see Timer highlighted.
Press CURSOR
> followed by
CURSOR
A or V until Auto Chron
Main
A
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o Sound
o Features
<>Instam
is
DTV Setu
Ch. Install
highlighted.
Digital Audio
[Timer
Press CURSOR
> followed by the
NUMERIC
buttons on the
remote control to enter the channel
number which has the time you want your
TV to be synchronized to.
Auto Chron
Time Zone
1_ Daylight Sav.
Closed Caption
Emerg Alert
Timer
When finished, press MENU button on
the remote control three times to exit the
menu from the TV screen.
A
[AutoChron
Time Zone
I
]_ Enter Channel
0 -0
Daylight Sav.
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between
digital and analog
mode
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PressAID button on the remote control to toggle between
Digital and Analog Mode.
13
mer feature
Press
allows you to select the time zone you are in. This
MENU
control
button
Digital
on the remote
to display the onscreen
> followed by
V until Time Zone
the Time Zone
include
Central,
Alaska,
Hawaii,
> repeatedly
you are in.
Mountain,
Atlantic
in Digital
Mode.
to
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select
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Pacific,
and
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highlighted.
CURSOR
available
Mode
i Main
o Picture
o Sound
Press CURSOR
> followed by
CURSOR
A or V to scroll through
the DTV Setup features until you see
Timer highlighted.
Press
is ONLY
menu.
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll
through the onscreen menu until you
see DTV Setup
highlighted.
Press CURSOR
CURSOR
A or
Feature
Auto
Audio
-
AV<>=
Chron
Time Zone
]l* Daylight Sav.
Caption
Emerg Alert
Eastern.
When finished, press MENU button on
the remote control four times to exit the
menu from the TV screen.
i
[Timer
Auto Chron
[Time Zone
it, Pacific
Daylight Say.
[
I
aylight Saving feature in Digital Mode allows you to adjust the timer on the TV an hour ahead of the official
standard time. Daylight Saving is ONLY available in Digital Mode.
Digital
Press MENU button on the remote
control to display the onscreen
menu.
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll
through the onscreen menu until you
see DTV Setup highlighted.
Main
o Picture
> to select On
or
Off. If Daylight
Saving is set to On,
the Timer on the TV will display One hour
ahead of the actual time.
If Daylight
Saving is set to Off, the Timer on the TV
will display the actual Time set.
When finished, press MENU button on
the remote four times to exit the menu
from the TV screen.
Please
after
be reminded
the
Daylight
to set Daylight
Saving
Season.
Saving
I
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o Features
p DTV Setup
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A
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Digital Audio
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Daylight
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Caption
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o Sound
Press CURSOR
> followed by CURSOR
A or V to scroll through the DTV Setup
features until you see Timer highlighted.
Press CURSOR > followed by
CURSOR ^ or V until Daylight Say is
highlighted.
Mode
]
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GUJDE
igital broadcasting is still new. It is not uncommon for a broadcaster to only send out a digital signal for part of
a day. The reception could also come and go. If you program your channels when the signal is not being sent
or is weal< it will not be saved in your channel setup, Using the Weak Digital Signal feature here, you can add those
channels with weal< or no signals to your channel list. Adding or skipping Weak Digital Signal can ONLY be
done in Digital Mode.
Digital
Press MENU
control
Mode
button on the remote
to display the onscreen
menu.
through the onscreen menu until you
see DTV Setup highlighted.
[
e
o
o
o
Press CURSOR
> to display the DTV
Setup menu features.
[¢ DTV
Press CURSOR
A or
Press CURSOR
V to scroll
A
Setup
|
A or V to
scroll through the DTV SETUP
features until you see Ch. install
highlighted. Press CURSOR
> to display
Ch. install features.
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll
through the DTV Setup features until you
see Weak Dig gig highlighted.
Press CURSOR
Dig Sig options.
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
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-
MENUA V<>-
DTV Setup
Ch. Install
Digital Audio
Timer
i
_ IChannel Edit
Weak Dig Sis
AutoLock
Closed Caption
Emerg Alert
Fact CH Reset
> to display the Weal(
[
-
i
[Ch. Install
Channel Edit
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i
Use CURSOR A or V to highlight the
channel you wish to add or skip.
Use CURSOR
> to toggle between
Added or Skipped. If Skipped is selected
the channels will be skipped when scrolling
channels with CH+ or CH-. If Added is
selected the channels will not be skipped when
scrolling channels with CH+ or CH-.
When
finished,
press
on the
remote
five times
from
the
MENU
to
button
exit
the menu
PHII, IPS
AutoLock
FactCH Reset
[
TV screen.
Weal< Di
Si
5
6
Signal
Strength
[] _ Skipped
8
9
[
When
no transmission
.
is received from the
broadcaster, the message, 'NO
will appear on the TV screen.
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PressAID button on the remote control to toggle
between Digital and Analog Mode.
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]
ergency Alert lets you display or discard emergency alerts for Low or Medium priority.
his feature is ONLY available in Digital mode.
Digital
Mode
Press MENU button on the remote control
to display the onscreen menu.
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll through
the onscreen menu until you see DTV Setup
menu highlighted.
j
o
o
o
o
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
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A
FORMAT
CLOCK
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GUIDE
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> to display the DTV
Setup menu features.
MENU
PressCURSOR
A or V to scroll
throughthe
DTV Setup features
until
you see Emerg
Alert highlighted.
Press CURSOR
> to enter the the Emerg
Alert sub menu.
Press CURSOR
A or V
Medium
or Low.
Press CURSOR
DTV Setu
Ch. Install
A
A V<>=
Medium
Digital Audio
Timer
-
Low
Closed Caption
[Emerg Alert
_]
to highlight either
> to switch between On
i Emerg
or Off. If On is selected, the TV will display
the alert of that priority.
When finished, press MENU
buttion on the
remote control four times to exit the menu
from the TV screen.
Alert
Medium
Low
j
_ [on
.
]
* Emergency Alert will not be visible if no
broadcast is received or when the TV is in
Stanby mode.
CtOry Channel Reset feature lets you erase the contents of the master, user and favorite channel lists. This restores the
to the initial state before the first Auto Program operation. This feature
is ONLY available in Digital Mode.
For
instructions
on how to Auto
Press MENU
display
on the
the onscreen
Press CURSOR
through
DTV
remote
contro[
to
Digital
A or
V to scroll
menu
until
you see
Press CURSOR
> to display
Install
menu features.
Main
o Picture
A
o Sound
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highlighted.
o Install
the Ch.
DTV
Press CURSOR ^ or V to scroll through
the Ch. Install features until you see Fact
CH Reset highlighted.
Press CURSOR
Mode
menu.
the onscreen
Setup
install the IV again, refer to page 9.
> to clear all
DTV settings OR Press the Menu button
on the remote control to maintain the
DTV settings.
Setu
[Ch. Install
Digital Audio
Timer
A
_,[
Closed Caption
Emerg. Alert
Ch. Install
Channel Edit
Weal< Dig Sig
AutoLock
[Fact CH Reset
PressA/D button on the remote control to toggle
between Digital and Analog Mode.
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_[ <clear all DTV ?
"menu" key to
maintain DTV>
GUIDE
igital Audio allows you to switch to another audio languagewhen it is available.This feature is ONLY available in Digital
Mode.
Press MENU
Digital
button on the remote
control to display the onscreen
Mode
menu.
POWER
Press CURSOR
A or
V to scroll
through the onscreen menu until you
see DTV Setup highlighted.
o
o
o
o
Press CURSOR
> to display the
DTV Setup menu features.
Press CURSOR
A or
FORMAT
CLOCK
SLEEP
GUIDE
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V to scroll
through the DTV SETUP features until
you see Digital Audio highlighted.
Press CURSOR
@
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
LDTV Setu
Ch. Install
> to select the
language you want to hear.
A
Huld Lingual
Timer
Closed Caption
Emerg Alert
DLDi_igital
Audio
A
_ English
This is only for programs that are
shown in more than one audio
language.
[
-
i
ctive control options adjusts the picture quality according to the signal strength coming in.
This feature is ONLY available in Analog Mode.
Press
MENU
button
display the onscreen
on the remote
control
Mode
menu.
Press CURSOR
A or V to scroll through
the onscreen menu until you see Features
highlighted.
Press CURSOR
Features
menu.
Analog
to
[Main
o Picture
o Sound
A
J
[ v Features
o Install
_ ] Active Control
i
-
Timer
AutoLock
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> or < to display the
Press CURSOR
A
see Active
Control
or V repeatedly
highlighted.
i
until you
MENU=
AV<>
Press CURSOR
> or < to toggle the Active
Control to On and Off. When On is
Features
A
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j
o Timer
selected, the TV will automatically adjust the
picture quality according to the signal strength
received.
When finished,
remote control
the TV screen.
press HENU button on the
twice to exit the menu from
o AutoLock
I v Active
i
Control
_
-
On
i
Press AID button on the remote
control to toggle between Digital
and Analog Mode.
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o adjust your TV picture
tared as Personal.
Press
MENU
button
CURSOR
menu
feature
select a channel and use the Picture Menu Controls
on the remote
display the onscreen
Press
controls,
control
or
V to until
the
Control
picture
Control
> or
Mode
POWE_
Main
_,,
I Pi_re
_
< to adjust
- to add or remove
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I Brightness
Sound
Color
Features
Picture
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Sharpness
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tint
parts of the
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-
MENU
color.
V<>
-=
- until the lightest parts of the
show good
Sharpness
and Analog
Picture
is highlighted.
Brightness
Control - until the darkest
picture are as bright as you want.
Picture
Digital
menu.
A
Press CURSOR
Color
to
listed below. Your selection
Control
detail.
Brightness
- to improve sharpness
in the
picture.
I Color
=_F_
5o_I
I Picture
Tint Control - adjust natural
picture quality.
skin tones
in the
I Sharpness
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Note : Tint is not available
in Digital
Mode
[Tint
Color Temp Control - to select Normal, Cool,
or Warm picture preferences.
For Normal, whites
will mainain their whiteness;
Cool will make the whites bluish; and Warm will
make the whites reddish.
[Col0rTemp.
DNR - When set to On Dynamic Noise Reduction
helps to eliminate "noise" from the picture.
IContrast +
Contrast
+ Control
-
0
Normal]
Warm
&l
[ DNR
On]
or Off
On]
or Off
when set to On, the
Contrast + control helps to "sharpen" the
picture quality. The black portions of the picture
become richer in darkness and the whites become
Press AID button on the remote control to toggle
between Digital and Analog Mode.
brighter.
hether you're watching a movie or a sporting event, your TV has automatic video control settings to enhance
your current program source or content.
Press AUTO PICTURE
button on the
remote control. The current Auto Picture
setting will display on the screen.
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Press AUTO
PICTURE repeatedly to
select either Personal,
Movies, Sports,
Weal( Signal or Multimedia
picture
settings.
[Weak
S!gna!
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[Multimedia
NOTE: The way you choose to set the Picture
Controls will become your Personal setting.
Menu
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]
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o adjust your TV sound, use the Sound Menu Controls listed below. Your selection is stored as Personal.
Press MENU
button on the remote
to display the onscreen
Press CURSOR
Digital
control
V to until the Sound menu
Main
Picture
feature is highlighted.
Press CURSOR
Treble:
Mode
Analog
Mode
menu.
I Main
Treble
[Sound
> or < to adjust
=
o Picture
_, ]Bass
Trebb
I vSound
_ IBass
Features
Balance
o Features
Balance
mnstall
AVL
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AVL
Enhance the high frequency sounds.
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More ...
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Enhance the low frequency sounds.
v
Balance:
Level of sound coming from the left
and right speakers.
Treble
AVL: (Auto Volume Leveler) When turned
On, AVL will level out the sound being heard
when sudden change in volume occurs during
I Bass
commercial breaks or channel changes.
[ Balance
Incr. Surround:
Stereo
SeJect
Select incr. Surround
settings if you're in Stereo
Mono
or
Spatial
if you're
Treble
Re]
iv Bass
Iv Balance
On ]
I AVL
+50_]
L+
or
[ AVL
mode.
in Nono
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50 _ ]
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R _
OnI
0rOff
or Off
mode.
SAP: Secondary Audio Programming is sent as
a third audio channel, a SAP signal can be heard
apart from the current TV program sound.
[ Incr.Surround
Incr. Surround I
or Stereo
Iv
Incr.Surround
Incr. Surround I
or Stereo
or
I v Incr.Surround
Note:
I_ SAP
is not
present
on
a selected
No SAP wi# be displayed on the _
show,
@
screen.
Note:
I_ Stereo
show
and
coming
{he
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is not
TV
the
present
is in Stereo
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or Mono
on
Spatial I
or Mono
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settings.
OnI
or Off
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Sound
Mono
mode,
in
the
the
sound
Mono
MENU
A
--
V<>--
mode.
PressAID button on the remote control to toggle
between Digital and Analog Mode.
e Auto
Sound feature
Press AUTO
allows
SOUND
the listener
to select
between
four
different
pre-set
sound
options.
button on the remote
control. The current Auto
Sound setting will
be displayed in the middle of the TV screen.
Press AUTO
toggle
Theatre,
SOUND
between
Music,
the four
repeatedly
settings.
I
or Stereo
a selected
remain
I
FQT
AUTO
to
(Personal,
or Voice).
NOTE: The way you choose to set the Sound Menu
Controls will become your Personal setting.
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utoLock is a feature that lets the TV receive
advisory. When programmed
by the viewer,
that may be found
certain
AutoLock
Access
objectionable
types of programs
Code
(such as offensive
from
offers various
being viewed
BLOCKING
- An Access
and process data sent by broadcasters
or other program providers with program content
a TV with AutoLock
can respond to the content advisory and block program content
Code
language, violence,
sexual situations,
etc.). This feature
is useful for adults to prevent
by children.
controls
to choose
must be set to prevent
from:
children
from
unblocking
questionable
or censored
programming
set by their
parents.
Channel
Block
- After
an access code has been programmed,
Clear
Aii
- Lets you clear aii channels
Block
All
- Lets you block ALL channels except
No
Rating
Movie
Association
TV
I Unrated
Ratings
Ratings
MOWE
- ALL programing
- Certain
of America
being blocked
blocldng
with
options
from
A/V
viewing
channels
the Channel
including
the AN
inputs.
Block Control.
advisory
data can be blocked
if NO
RAT#NG
J Unrated
based on ratings patterned
is set to ON.
by the Motion
Pictures
(IVIPAA).
- Like the Movie
Audience
set with
wiii block programming
Ratings, programs
can be blocked
from viewing
using standard
TV ratings set by TV broadcasters.
T¢ RATINGS
RAT#NGS
G: General
block individual
inputs.
no content
exist which
your
you cannot
- All ages admitted.
Suitable for all ages.
TV-Y : Designed fora very young audience, including children
ages 2-6
PG: Parental Guidance Suggested - Contains material
unsuitable for younger children.
PG-| 3: Parents Strongly Cautioned
- Contains material
unsuitable for children under the age of 13.
R: Restricted
TV-Y7: Appropriate forchildren age 7 and above who have
acquired the development skills needed to distinguish between
make-believe and reality.
acquired the development skills needed to distinguish between
make-believe and reality.
- Suitable for adults above 17 years of age only.
"T_/-G : Suitable for most audiences.
NC-17:
No one under the age of 17 will be admitted.
X: Adults Only - Contains one or more of the following: very
graphic violence, very graphic and explicit or indecent sexual acts,
very coarse and intensely suggestive language.
no strong
TV-PG:
Could
Contains
contain
infrequent
TV-I
material
Moderate
little or no violence,
(V), intense
children.
some suggestive
unsuitable
one or more
sexual situations
su_esdve
for younger
or situations.
(V), some sexual situations
(L), or
some material
14 years of age. Contains
(L), or intensely
unsuitable
violence
coarse language
4: Contains
violence
Contains
language, and iitde or no sexual dialogue
dialogue
dialogue
for children
of the following:
(S), strong
(S),
(D).
under
intense
coarse language
(D).
TV-MA - Viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for
children under 17. Contains one or more of the following: graphic
violence (V), explicit sexual situations (S), or crude indecent
language (L).
2O
utoLock
allows the viewer to block out any channels.
A channel blocked
until a correct
access code is used to unlock the channel for viewing.
Follow these steps for Digital
Mode
Digital
Mode
Analog
A
or
V to scroll through the
onscreen
menu until
you see DTV Setup
highlighted. Press
CURSOR
> to display
DTV Setup features.
I
IMain
A
<_Picture
o Picture
<>Sound
o Sound
o Features
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IC hchln_tn_llEdit
_
I
Timer
IAut°L°ck
V to scroll through the
DTV Setup features until
Ch. Install is highlighted.
Press CURSOR
i
Close Cap
Active
Control
Access
Code
Press
]
o
_
Incorrect
_
]
New
Code
Rotation
Correct
I
Aut0L0ck
"Access
is the default.
Code
" will
Movie Ra_ng
Using the NUMERIC
buttons on the remote
control enter the access
code.
0711 is the default.
TV Rating
I
I
[
" will
The first time you enter
the code, Incorrect will
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code.
or V
appear.
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the access
A
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to
CURSOR
Press CURSOR
> to
enter the AutoLock
mode.
Active Control
J
appear.
control
> to
Password
_hannn_
Press CURSOR
> to
enter the AutoLock
mode.
remote
CURSOR
repeatedly
until you
see AutoLock
highlighted.
o Setup Code
o Clear All
followed
by the
NUMERIC
buttons
A
display the Features
menu.
Rotation
Features
0 Time
you see AutoLock
highlighted.
Press CURSOR
or
Press
followed
by CURSOR
A or V until
"Password
Press CURSOR
ncorrect
o Fact CH Reset
>
menu.
V to scroll through the
onscreen menu until you
see Features
highlighted.
Password
o Fact CH Reset
display the onscreen
Rotation
_
IFeatures
0 Time
o
_
or
be viewed
I
o Active Control
Press CURSOR
cannot
Press MENU button on
the remote control to
Mode
menu.
IMain
Press CURSOR
control
Follow these steps for Analog mode
Press MENU button on
the remote control to
display the onscreen
by the AutoLock
on the
@
enter
MENU
0711
The first
appear on the screen.
Enter the same code again.
You will be prompted
to
enter a new code.
-- AID
=
A V<>=
toggles
between
digital
mode
and analog
Use
time you enter the code,
Incorrect
will appear on
the screen. Enter the same
code again. Correct
will
be displayed.
Now can
proceed to block channels.
NUPIERIC
=
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the
NUMERIC
buttons
on the
control
enter
code
Enter
access
of your choice.
the same code
second
it.
remote
the
Once
confirmed,
time
a
to confirm
the
the
new
code
is
AutoLock
menu will appear.
You can
now access the functions
!
available
Note
: Remember
in the menu.
this new code
which you have set. You can use
this code to access AutoLock
When you are in Digital Hode
AutoLock
Digital Channels.
features in both Digital and Analog
mode.
If you forget the new code
you have set, key 0711 to access
AutoLock features.
you can only
When you are in Analog Mode you can
only AutoLock Analog Channels.
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fter you have set your personal access code (see previous page), you are now ready to select the channels you want
to block.
Follow these steps for Digital
Follow these steps for Analog
Mode
Digital
After Setting your
personal access code
(see previous
page), press CURSOR
A or V until you
see Block Channel
Mode
Analog
Mode
AbloLock
I'/Block
Channnel
[ %°cL° Lnne
i j,
Off
o Setup Code
o ClearAll
o BlockA!
o Movie Rating
o TV Rating
I
I
I
Mode
After Setting your
personal access code (see
previous page), press
CURSOR A or V until
you see Block Channel
highlighted.
highlighted.
Press CURSOR
>
to enter the Block
Channel
menu. Press
CURSOR
>or<to
Block or unBIock
the
channel.
Press
[Block
Channel
A
Press CURSOR
^
V to select channels
I
All Channels
you wish to block. Press
CURSOR
> or < to
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Channel
[
4
Blocked
by AutoLock
Channel
Block
I
Access
or V to highlight the
channel you wish to
Block or Unblock.
times
When
MENU
from
times
to
menu
from
the
the
When
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menu
the TV screen.
Block
three
exit
@
MENU
A
When
control
POWEf_
three
the
finished,
press
on the remote
TV screen.
press
on the
control
to exit
and
Blocked Channel
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remote
Block
Press CURSOR >
or < to select Block or
Unblock.
Press CURSOR > or
< to select Block or
Unblock.
When
finished,
MENU
button
select between
Unblocl(.
Code
A
CURSOR
or
digital
mode
V<>
is
selected, a message will
appear to show you
the channel that has
been Blocked.
Note : When you are in Digital
Mode you can only block
Digital Channels.
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If you forget your code, the 0711 is the default
and can be used to enter and create a new access
code.
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a message
will
appear to show you the
channel that has been
Blocked.
AID
toggles
=
Block
is selected,
between
and analog
Note : When you are in Analog
Mode you can only block Analog
Channels.
fter blocking specific channels there may come a time when you want to block or clear all the channels at the
same time. This can be done only after you have entered your access code and the AutoLock features are
displayed on the screen (refer to page 21).
Follow these steps for Digital Mode
DlgitaJ
Mode
Analog
Press CURSOR v to select
Block channel. Press the
CURSOR
> button to
Press CURSOR
> to
select either Clear All
Block All.
o Block Channnel
Setup Code
or
Cloa_ All
I v BI0ek All
<_Movie Rating
menu.
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ii_
o W Setir_
I
I
I
or V
jl
is highlighted. Press
CURSOR
> or < to
toggle between Block
Unblock.
If Unblock
Follow these steps for Analog mode
]
AutoLock
enter the Block Channel
Press CURSOR
A
until All Channels
Mode
2
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- DT
Iv _ Clear All
On
Iv _ Block All
Off
If Clear All is set to on, all
channels will be viewable.
If Block All is set to on
all available channels will be
blocked from viewing.
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and
is
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selected, all channels will
be viewable.
If Block is
selected, ALL available
channels will be blocked
When finished, press MENU
on the remote control four
times to exit the menu from
the TV screen.
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=
MENU
A V<>
=
from viewing.
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cH
When finished, press
MENU four times to exit
the menu.
lock Options allows you to block programs by ratings instead of channels. This can be done only after you have
entered your access code and AutoLock feature is displayed on the screen.
Note : To access this menu for both Digital and Analog Mode, follow the steps for Analog mode (Page 21).
Follow these steps for both
Digital
Digital
and Analog Mode
Mode
I AutoLock
Press CURSOR
^ or v until you see Block
Options
highlighted.
Analog
]
AutoLock
o Setup Code
Unrated
o ClearAll
No rating
o Setup Code
o Clear All
o Block All
Blocking
<>Block All
o Movie Rating
o Movie Rating
Press CURSOR ^ or V to display the Block
Options (Unrated, No Rating or Blocking) menu.
I
Press CURSOR
A or V until you see the
desired Option is highlighted. When highlighted,
each feature can be turned On or Off using
CURSOR
> or < on the remote control.
Iv Unrated
On
I
I v No Rating
On
I
Iv Blocking
On
I
When finished, press MENU
the menu.
o TV Rating
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v Bbck Options
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Block Options*l
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MENU
AV<
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Unrated
No rating
Blocking
four times to exit
PressA/D button on the remote control to toggle
betweenDigital and Analog Mode.
Mode
haeAutoLock feature can block programs based on the Movie Industry ratings.
ccess code and the AutoLock features are displayed on the screen.
Once you have entered your
Note : To accessthis menu for both Digital and Analog Mode, follow the steps for Analogmode (Page2 f).
Follow these steps for Digital
Press CURSOR
^
Mode
V until you see Block
Rating
highlighted.
Press the CURSOR
A
these steps forAnalogue
Press CURSOR
Digital
by
> to
display the Movie Rating
options (G, PG, PG-13, R,
NC17, or X).
Press CURSOR
Follow
or
Analog Mode
Mode
[ AutoLock
[
o Setup Code
G
¢_
o TV Rating
PG
PG-13
o Block
R
NCq7
X
Opdons
G
Block Channnel
I
PG
o Setup Code
o Cle_ A!
PG-13
R
8bckAI
NC-17
X
o TV Rating
I
I
or
V to highlight any of the
Movie Rating options.
When highlighted, all these
options can be turned On
(which will allow blocking)
or Off (which will allow
viewing).
until you see Movie
highlighted.
I
A
[ Au[oLock
Press CURSOR
Radn£
I
lug
o_
o PG
oR
PG-I 3
oR
NC-17
o NC-17
oX
oX
I
I
I
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toggles
digital
mode
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Use CURSOR
> on the
remote
to turn
rating
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A or V to
On
Press CURSOR > on the
remote control to turn
the rating option On or
Off.
> to
highlight any of the Movie
Rating options. When
highlighted, all these options
can be turned On (which will
allow blocking) or Off (which
will allow viewing).
I
o PG
PG-13
Rating
display the Movie Rating
options (G, PG, PG-13, R,
NC17, or X).
Press CURSOR
I Movie
mode
A or V
/
between
and analog
control
option
On
or Off.
the
Taa e AutoLock feature can block programs based on the TV Industry ratings. When you have entered your access code
nd the AutoLock features are displayed on the screen (refer to page 22).
Note : To accessthis menu for both Digital and AnalogMode, follow the stepsfor Analogmode (Page2 f).
Follow these steps for Digital
Mode
Press CURSOR
A
until you see TV
highlighted.
Rating
Follow
Digital
or V
I
Setup Code
TV-Y
: TvY7
TV-G
I
On or
I
I
off
I
AI
A
or V
TV-PG
Movie
TV-14
Ra_Jng
I......
TV Ratin_
TV-G
o TV-I_
9TV-14
Press the CURSOR
I
> to
display the TV Rating options
(TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-G, TV-PG,
TV-14 or TV-MA).
I
_
Press CURSOR A
or V
*TV_
o TV-PG
*TV44
o TV-PIA
I
I
_" TV-Y
,z TV-Y7
highlighted.
TV-G
o BI0ct< AI
4, TV-¥7
o TV4VlA
[
On
]
v TV-Y
_* I BlockAILFV
On
v TV-Y7
Block All, FV
v TV-G
Off
v TV-PG
_ I
BlockAII,
v
TV-14
I, I
BlockA&V,S,L
v
TV-MA
_ I
BlockAILV,
V,S,L,D
v
S,L
i_
Block All, V, S, L, D
Press CURSOR
TV-14
D
BlockAE
V, S,
S, L
L D 4
Block
An, V,
TV-MA
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toggles
A V<>'
digital
mode
Press CURSOR
> to turn
option On or Off.
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until any of the TV Rating
options is highlighted. All
these highlighted options can
be turned On (which will
allow blocldng) or Off
(which will allow viewing).
Off
v TV-PG
FORMAtCtOC_ SLEEP GUIDe
is accessed, press
CURSOR A or V to select
(Block All,
Mode
TV-yZ
TV_MA
o TV-Y7
If the TV-Y7, TV-PG, TV14 or TV-MA sub-menu
one of the options
V, S, L, D or FV).
Analog
TV-y
Code
I
cTV-G
> or < to
Setup
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
I Tv I_inR
IVTV.Y
Press CURSOR
±
o }&10ck Channnel
Cleal
o Block Options
display the TV Rating options
(TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-G, TV-PG,
TV-14 or TV-MA).
turn the rating option
Off.
for
undl you see TV Rating
> to
Press CURSOR A or V to
highlight any of the TV Rating
options. When highlighted,
all these options can be
turned On (which will allow
blocking) or Off (which will
allow viewing).
steps
Press CURSOR
I AucoL_l<
Press the CURSOR
these
Analog Mode
Mode
between
and analog
> to turn
the TV-Y or TV-G rating
On or Off. OR press the
CURSOR > to enter the
sub-menus.
If the TV-Y7, TV-PG, TV-14
or TV-MA
sub-rnenu is accessed,
press CURSOR A or V to
select one of the options
(Block All, V, S, L, D or FV).
Press CURSOR
> to turn
option On or Off.
/
ur television
comes with
o a specific channel
when
Press the MENU
control
an onscreen
clock. The TV can also
it powers
itself on.
button
Press the CURSOR
Features
Digital
on the remote
to display the onscreen
A
or V button
> button
display the Features
until
display the Timer
Timer
o Sound
AutoLock
to
the current
time
buttons.
Use the
I _ Features
Instal
AM
Start
the
NUHERIC
Stop
enter
Time:
the
and
Use
time
PM
the
and
PM
Start Time
Features
Timer
o Rotation
o AutoLock
Stop Time
o AutoLock
SI0p Time
Channel
o AutoControl
Chanl_el
you
the
CURSOR
AM
and
PM
setting.
I
or
Ac_tivate:
the
Once
to select
or
Daily.
Once,
timer
Press
Daily,
i
09:00 AM
or PM
[_ ]qme
09:00AM1
or PM
[ Start Time
10:00 AM
or PM
Iv
Start ]]me
[Stop Time
11:30AM
or PM
[_
Stop Time
10:00AM1
or PM
11:30AM1
or PM
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[ Channel
['/ Channel
DTV
setting.
Jv Activate
Off I
to
or Daily
or Once
OffJ
or Daily
or Once
p Display
or On
the
buttons
TV to turn
> or
@
,,,R_T ¢U,CKSLEEP_UID,
to
OOOO
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itself
< to toggle
the
AID
toggles
digital
the startup
to turn
the
CURSOR
®@®
channel.
itself
NUMERIC--
®®®
o®®
Off,
> or
between
and analog
mode
viewed digital channel.
In Analog
Mode,
use the NUMERIC
buttons or the CH + or
to enter
i
[ Time
Channel'. In Digital Mode, use CH +
or CH- to select DTV which is the last
CH- buttons
i
setting.
want
Use
1
A_1 Time
S]ar:Time
ActLvate
buttons
NUMERIC
Off.
Set
I
A
_1 Time
the time you want the TV to turn
On.
Use the CURSOR
> or < to
AM
AutoLock
I Auto Control
o Rot_Jtion
I Activate
the
_
I
]
Features
IcThner
using the
CURSOR
the
toggle
I
Rotation
menu.
> or < to toggle
enter
itself
Mode
Setup
[
to
Press the CURSOR
> to display the menu
for the selected item. Make adjustments
to
the selected items by following the steps
below.
Use
and tune
Timer
o Sound
Instal
Press the CURSOR
A or V0
until one of the Timer controls (Time,
Start Time, Stop Time, Channel, Activate,
Displayhighlight)
is hightlighted.
Time:
I Main
o Picture
o Picture
DTV
Press the CURSOR
> button
access the Timer menu.
Time:
Enter
NUMERIC
time
Analog
[¢ Features
to
> button
Mode
IM_n
menu.
Press the CURSOR
on or off at a specific
menu.
is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR
be set to turn
<
or Off.
PHIUPS
Press the CURSOR
> or <
to to£_le between On or Off. If On is
selected, the time will be displayed all the
time when the TV is on.
When Off is
selected, the time will only appear
when the INFO button is pressed.
In Digital Mode : Before you turn off the TV you have to switch to
the desired
digital
channel
because the TV will wake up in the last
viewed digital channel.
NOTE : Displayis not availablein Digital
Mode.
In Analog
Press the MENU button on the remote
control three times to remove the onscreen
Press AID button on the remote control to toggle between Digital
Analog Mode.
menu from the TV screen.
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Mode
: You can specify which
channel
to wake up to.
end
hen in digital mode, you can assign display options to your closed captioning options.
This feature is ONLY available in Digital Mode.
Press MENU
Digital
button on the remote control
Mode
to display the onscreen menu.
I
PressCURSOR
A or V until
you see
DTV Setup highlighted.
PressCURSOR
> to display
the DTV
Setup options.
PressCURSOR ^ or V until you
see Close Caption highlighted. Press
CURSOR > to enter Display menu
options.
Press CURSOR
> to toggle to the options
that you want - Off, Always on or On
when muted.
When finished, press MENU
button on the
remote control to exit the menu from the
TV screen.
Main
Picture
A
]
<>Sound
o Features
e Install
0000
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Digital Audio
Tirner
Closed Caption
1¢ DTV Setup
_ iEmerg Alert
o Ch. Install
o Digital Audio
MENU
--
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=
GUIDE
Display
Service
<>Timer
Caption
j¢ Closed
FORMATCLOC_ SL_P
Ch. Install
Caption
Option
I F Caption
o Emerg Alert
Text
CC Background
__.
Always On
o Service
o Caption
Option
<>Caption
Text
An alternative
<>CC Background
I
-
I
way of activating
closed
button
caption is by pressing the CC
on the remote
control.
Close
Captions
seconds
may _l<e
to appear
10 - 20
on the TV
screen.
aption Option lets you select the default option or options that you have assigned to your Close captioning
service. This feature is ONLY available in Digital Mode.
Press MENU
Digital
button on the remote control
Mode
to display the onscreen menu.
Press CURSOR
A or V until you see DTV
Setup highlighted.
I Main
o Picture
A
o Sound
<>Features
Digital Audio
Timer
<>Install
Press CURSOR
options.
> to display the DTV Setup
I
Ch. Install
Closed Caption
J¢ DTV Setup
_iEmerg Alert
MENU
Press CURSOR
A or V until you
see Close Caption
highlighted. Press
CURSOR
> to enter Caption Option
menu options.
Press CURSOR
> to toggle to the options
that you want - Use Default or Use
Options.
When Use Options is choosen, you will
be prompted to select text size, color, opacity,
edge color, type and CC background color.
JDTV Setup
oCh. Install
<>Digital Audio
<>Timer
_
Service
Caption
Closed Caption
o Emerg Alert
Closed
!
A V<>
=
=
Option
Ij" Caption Text
CC Background
Ca don A
o Display
o Service
F'Caption OptionJ_ Use
o Caption
Option
Text
<>CC Background
[
.
When finished, press MENU button on the
remote control to exit the menu from the TV
]
PressAID button on the remote
control to toggle between Digital
Analog Mode.
screen.
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and
lose captioning in analog mode allows you to select the close caption setting while watching analog transmission.
Analog
Press the MENU
control
to display the onscreen
Press the CURSOR
Features
Mode
button on the remote
A
menu.
or V button
until
iMain
Picture
is highlighted.
A
i
Timer
<>Sound
Press the CURSOR
< or > button to
display the Features menu.
Press the CURSOR
AutoLock
[V Features
<>Install
_ ]
Close Caption
Active Control
> button to
display the Close Caption
menu.
Press the CURSOR > repeatedly to select
one of the close caption settings namely CC
Off, CCl, CC2 and CC Mute
CC _
Turns Close Captioning
Features
¢Timer
Off.
oAutoLock
COl and CC2 : Depending on the
broadcaster, this displays the close caption
[<>Closed Caption
e Active Control
languages available in the program at the
time of broadcast.
[
CC Mute : Displays close caption when the
TV is muted.
Press the
control
menu
MENU
three
from
times
the TV
button
on the
to remove
_[
-
i
remote
the onscreen
screen.
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CLOCK
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An alternative way of activating closed caption
is by pressing the CC button on the remote
control.
Close Captions may take a while to appear on the
TV screen.
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GUIDE
e SleepTimer
feature
allows
you to set a timer
to automatically
turn
the TV off after a period
of time you
choose
15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 180 or 240 minutes.
Digital
and Analog
Mode
Press SLEEP button on the remote control to
display the sleepdmer menu.
Press SLEEP button
on the remote control
SLEEP
to select the amount of time (15, 30, 45, 60,
90, 120, 180 or 240 minutes) before the TV
automatically switches Off.
NOTE:
An onscreen countdown wiii appear during
the last minute before the TV switches
Off. If any button is pressed during the last
minute of the countdown, the Sleep Timer
setting wiii be cancelled.
15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 180,]
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ometimes the video transmiEed to the -iV screen might appear slightly tilted. The Rotation
problem by adjusting the screen in a clockwise or counterclockwise
direction.
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Press MENU
control
lets you correct
the
Only
button on the remote control to
display the onscreen menu.
Press CURSOR
highlighted.
A
i Main
o Picture
or V until you see Features
o Sound
I €Features
Press CURSOR
i
_
o install
> to display feature menu.
Timer
Rotation
]_
AutoLock
Active
[
Press CURSOR
A
or V until you see Rotation
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control highli_ted.
Press CURSOR
Control
I
> or < to rotate the picture on the
Note
The amount
rotationclockwise.
will be minimal.
screen: clockwise
or of
counter
PressMENUtwicetoexitthemenufrorntheTV
screen.
I
0
I®®o®
HENU=
Press AID button on the remote
control to toggle between Digital
Analog Mode.
_0'0
and
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I
e format Control
Selecting
Remote
a Picture
Control
feature allows you to select the picture-format
Format
Using
mode.
the
0
FORMAT
Press FORMAT
FORMAT-
button on the remote
control once to see the current
format mode.
CLOCK
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0
picture4:3
Press FORMAT
button repeatedly on the
remote control to select one of the screen
or- o
format options namely 4:3, 4:3 Expand, 4:3
Stretch and 16:9 Compress.
Picture-Format
Modes
4:3
Shows picture in its original (4:3
aspect ratio) format. You will see
2 side borders on the TV screen.
4:3 Expand
4:3 Stretch
Expands the picture
vertically.
Expands the picture
horizontally
eliminating the
side borders on both sides of the
TV screen.
LE
L
.....
4:3 EXPAND
I
I
I
hiI
STRE
I
L_
4:3 STRETCN
16:9 Compress
Expands the picture horizontally
delivering a home-cinema
experience.
You will see 2 black
borders at the top and bottom of
the screen.
16:9
COMPRESS
Picture-format
mode can only be activated when
you are watching High-definition
(HD) programs.
Press AID button on the remote control to toggle
between Digital and Analog Mode.
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GUIDE
haeInformation Banner displays information of the program that is being transmitted.
vailable in Digital.
Information
This feature
Digital
Banner
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information
button on the remote
Banner.
control once to see the
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Note : The Information Banner displays the channel number, time and
features that are available in the program that is being shown. Feature
Iogos that are lighted up show that the feature is available.
Electronic
Program
Press GUIDE
Electronic
INFORMATION
Guide
BANNER
button on the remote control once to see the
Program
Guide.
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Note : The Electronic Program Guide displays the program
will be broadcast on the channel.
schedule that
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When any of these Iogos on the Information
Banner
Program Guide are lighted up, it means the features
|
High Definition
and Electronic
are available.
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ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE
Program.
-GUIDE
Surround Sound.
-INFO
Close Captioning
Text.
Dolby Digital Sound.
_,_
Signal strength
the TV is receiving.
The quality and accuracy of the information
on the Information
Banner and Electronic Program Guide are transmitted
from
broadcasters. You may see a difference in broadcast time if the
broadcaster is from a different time zone area.
If "No Information"
appears on the screen when the INFO or GUIDE
button on the remote control is pressed, it means the broadcaster is not
providing any information.
The INFO button
TY screen.
can also be used to exit the menu display
from the
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Aspect Ratio
The ratio between the width and height of the TV picture on the screen. In a normal TV set the aspect ratio is 4
to 3 (4:3). The new aspect ratio in HDTV is 16:9 which resembles the aspect ratio in a movie theatre
(Widescreen). New TV systems support both 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratio and can automatically switch between
them.
Audio Video (A/V)
A term often used when discussing a channel on a TV receiver or on video equipment, which has been
especially designed to accept VCR audio-video signals. This channel automatically activates special circuitry
within the TV set to prevent picture distortion and skewing. It is also used for audio-video processors, which
handle both types of signals.
ATSC
ATSC: Advanced Television Systems Committee. Formed to establish technical standards for advanced
television systems, including digital high definition television (HDTV).
CVBS
Composite Video Baseband Signal. In broadcast
including the colour information and syncs
DTV
Digital television. Generic term that refers to all digital television formats, including high-definition
(HDTV) and standard-definition television (SDTV).
DOLBY Digital
Dolby Digital - Six-channel digital audio standard that is part of the U.S. digital television standard; also called AC-3 or Digital
5.1. The channels consist of front left, front right, front center, surround or rear left, surround or rear right, and a separate
subwoofer
Digital Tuner
A digital tuner serves as the decoder required to receive and display digital broadcasts.
via a set-top box.
HDTV
The generally agreed upon definition of HDTV
NTSC TV, which essentially makes the picture
today's TV screens, which have a screen ratio
offers 5.1 independent channels of CD-quality
NTSC
National television system committee. The organization that developed the analog television standard currently in use in the
U.S. Canada, and Japan. Now generally used to refer to that standard. The NTSC standard combines blue, red, and green
signals modulated as an AM signal with an FM signal for audio.
Progressive
Resolution
Scan
television this refers to the video signal,
television
It can be included inside TV sets or
is approximately twice the vertical and horizontal picture resolution of today's
twice as sharp. HDTV also has a screen ratio of 16:9 as compared with most of
of 4:3. HDTV offers reduced motion artifacts (i.e. ghosting, dot crawl), and
stereo surround sound, (also referred to as AC-3).
In Progressive Scanning all the horizontal scan lines are scanned on to the screen at one time. The Digital TV and HDTV
Standards accept both Interlaced Scan and Progressive Scan broadcast and display methods.
Resolution: A measurement of the finest (smallest) detail that is visible in a video image. TV Resolutions may be expressed as
number of pixels in an image; or more commonly, "As Total Number of (horizontally scanned) Lines used to create the image.
Standard Digital TV Resolutions:
SDTV: 480i - The picture is 704x480 pixels, 480p - The picture is 704x480 pixels.
HDTV: 720p - The picture is 1280x720 pixels, 1O8Oi - The picture is 1920x1080 pixels, 1O8Op - The picture is 1920x1080
pixels.
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Check this List of Symptoms
If you face problems
for help.
and Suggested
connecting
Steps
the TV to external
Charges for TV installation
To Take
devices,
and adjustments
before
of customer
controls
SYMPTOMS
Hookup
requesting
Service.
are not covered under
SUGGESTED
Can't get external
1. SPDIF output
You may be able to solve the problem
please refer to the User Guide of the external
yourself.
device or call their service centers
your warranty.
STEPS TO TAKE
audio only in digital mode and the audio equipment
used must have the decoder.
audio equipment
to work
with TV.
2. Ensure that Monitor
Connection
Installation
Can't get the AV
channels on the TV
Out Audio
LR output
audio is connected
to Audio
In of device (refer to
Guide Panel 3).
Press the AV button on the remote
control
repeatedly
to select the desired AV channels.
SVHS can only be selected ifa S-VHS device is connected
and powered
Note:
on.
screen.
Installation
TV displays wrong
Installation
channel or no
Go to TUNER
channels above 13
automatic
MODE
installation
in the television
menu
and select
the correct
signal source,
then perform
the
and select
the correct
signal source,
then perform
the
control
to toggle between
again. (Refer to page 11).
Channel numbers
do not follow
the
Go to TUNER
channel number
of the
automatic
MODE
installation
in the television
menu
again. (Refer to page 11).
programs.
Installation
Channel numbers
You are in Digital Mode. Press AID
look different. Eg.
23-1, 4S-3 etc.
Analog mode.
Installation
Auto installation
taking too long.
Auto
Installation
Cannot
is
add or
skip channels from
favorite list. Error
message
Channel
"Favorite
list
is empty.
You
must Auto
Install."
AutoLock
Unable
to
installation
1. You may not
on the remote
may take 20 to 40 minutes
have completed
2. You may have chosen
and select
button
the correct
depending
auto installation.
the wrong
of channels
Do an auto installation
MODE.
TUNER
signal source,
on the number
then perform
that are available.
again (refer
Go to TUNER
the auto
Digital and
to page 9).
MODE
in the TV menu
again
(refer
installation
to
page 11).
You can change
the Autolock
password
via the feature
menu
(refer
to page 21)
change Autolock
password.
Close Caption
Digital
Audio
Close Captioning
text does not
Close
the CC button
on the remote
appear.
to page 27and
28).
Unable
to switch
to another
audio
Captioning
text
You can only select
language
(refer
takes a while to appear.
different
control
audio
If Close
again to switch
languages
when
Captioning
text
to another
still does
Close
the program
not appear,
Captioning
is broadcasted
press
channel
in different
(refer
audio
to page 17).
language
Format
Control
Unable
to change
picture-format.
Picture-format
mode
Press the INFO
lighted,
can only be activated
button
on the remote
you are not watching
when
control.
a HD program
you are watching
high-definition
If the Information
Banner
does
control
cannot
and therefore
format
(HD)
program.
not show
be activated
(refer
to page 30)
Information
Banner
"No
Information
Information"
Information"
will be displayed
appears
screen.
pressed
to page 31)
on the TV
is broadcaster
(refer
dependent.
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when
If the broadcaster
the INFO
does
or GUIDE
not provide
button
any information.
on the remote
control
"No
is
SYMPTOMS
Settings
Error
SUGGESTED
STEPS TO TAKE
messages
appear on the
screen of TV:
No Signal
Check
tuner
No
Program
There
that the antenna
mode
(refer
could
/ cable is connected
be temporarily
no transmission
channels to the Weal< Dig Sig, list. (refer
available, your TV will receive it.
Audio
Sound
Only
Sound is not in
Stereo.
The current
properly
on the selected
to page 15).
SAP is turned
is resumed
or when
stations are in STEREO. Try checking
ON, the sound mode is automatically
It is normal to hear a disturbing
set to MONO.
Set the sound mode to STEREO. (Refer to page 19).
4. When using an AV input, the television
stereo sound.
sound
You may like to add these
transmission
stations to be sure that the station you selected is in STEREO.
3. Sound mode is set to MONO.
Disturbing
channel.
When
This could be due to any of the following reasons:
1. Not all transmitted broadcasts by the cable or broadcast
2. When
the correct
channel has only audio transmission.
with several major network
Sound
and that you have selected
to page 11).
will not display STEREO even though it is producing
sound (such as buzzing, clicking,
(such as buzzing,
from a distance less than 2 meters (6 feet) with the television
clicking, cracking,
If problem
humming, whistling
or local broadcaster
cracking, humming, whistling,
etc)
sound muted.
occurs on one channel, you may have a signal problem.
Please contact
the cable provider
regarding the specific channel.
etc.)
General
No power to the
TV
Check
the TV power
the plug into your
Plug the power
cord.
Unplug
wall outlet.
cord
Power
directly
General
TV is not
Ensure the batteries
responding
to
Remote Control
compartment,
No Picture on the
TV screen
are inserted
check
the TV by disconnecting
the power
outlet
for 10 seconds
reconnecting
Check
antenna
Check
the TUNER
and then
connections.
Press the AV button
Note:
the TV, wait 10 seconds,
and not via an extension
control
plug from
according
is not blown,
to the illustration
in the battery
MODE
control
Install feature
on the remote
the wall
secured
for the correct
to the TV ANT 75 ohm plug?
tuner
setting.
to find allavailable channels (refer
to page 9).
control
signal source is selected
to make sure the correct
Channel, etc.).
SVHS can only be selected if a S-VHS device is connected
TV Displays white
lines in letterbox
Some DVD Discs are encoded
when viewing a
type of disc with extra video information
DVD disc
upper
portion
strip
it again,
Are they properly
AV1, AV2, Current
possible picture
then reinsert
cord.
that the fuse on the AC power
into the remote
Reset
(FRONT,
from
Refer to page 7,
Try running the Auto
General
cord,
cord
On the TV again,
to the wall socket
If you need to use an extension
General
the power
quality. With
with as much as 30% more video information
the DVD Player in the 16:9 picture format,
of the black [etterbox
and does not require
and powered
a service call.
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can produce
area. With
a number
on.
to give the best
the playback of this
of small white
lines in the
some of these discs, this problem
is inherent
WARN#NG
Do
not
Concerning
Stationary
leave stationary
extended
periods
Images on the TV Screen:
or letterbox
of time.
This
images
can cause
on screen
uneven
for
Placemen'_
of the
TV
• To avoid
cabinet
warping,
picture-tube
increased
aging.
temperatures
Normal
that
use of the TV should
contain
screen.
constandy
Be careful
for extended
on screen
DVD
disks,
digital
television
laser disks, video
eJiite channels,
ary images
others
Sources
boxes,
in your
images
Here
CD-i
are some
fiii the
•
can be
images
may be
videotapes,
cable channels,
examples
DVD
a free flow
of the
set.
shock
hazard,
back cover
•
Letterbox
black bars--shown
sat-
from
•
screen
TV with
when
• Video-game
station
Regularly
• When
•
top and bottom
(I 6:9) movie
of the
is viewed
on a
moving
mild
a problem
if they are
graphics
aging of the picture
tickers--presented
at the bottom
wiped
Shopping
shown
TV
channel
constantly
logos
and pricing
or repeatedly
displays--bright
in the same location
wipe
hot; for example,
in
appliance.
of air to and from
the
perfo-
not
Avoid
•
Never
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care not
wearing
cloth
duster
strokes
when
the cabinet
to scratch
jewelry
to
or damage
or using anything
cleaners.
dampened
Wipe
with
the front
water.
Use even,
cleaning.
surfaces
in a solution
with
a clean
of cool,
Use a clean,
vacuum the ventilation
of the set.
use thinners,
insecticide
or near the cabinet, as they
of the cabinet finish.
on the
nonscratching
cloth
clear water
dry
cloth
or
and a
to dry the
surfaces.
TV
screen.
cleaning.
a dry,
use household
a clean
soap or detergent.
Occasionally
back cover
and
be sure the TV is unplugged
before
the TV, take
dampened
•
tube
of the
Do
with
are
screen
•
Gently
sponge
or low-contrast
and
the TV where
clean.
surface.
easy, vertical
•
outlet
dust the TV with
cleaning
screen
ratio.
Jogos--present
to cause uneven
Stock-market
disk content
and scoreboards
and stationary;
less likely
screen
(4:3) aspect
images
• Television
bright
a wide
standard
possible
the electrical
keep the TV
of station-
list; you may encounter
at the
changes,
place
excessively
rated
• To avoid
viewing):
of DVD
color
do not
or near a heating
Be sure to allow
the screen
menus--listings
can become
sunlight
abrasive.
•
cabinet
of set failure,
Cleaning
images
disks,
channels,
an all-inclusive
that
on screen
the same images
ghost
of stationary
games,
broadcast
and others.
(this is not
subtle
direct
of pictures
images
or to display
because
tubes.
showing
nonmoving
of time,
frequently,
the
and changing
to leave
periods
too
involve
moving
not
left on the picture
TV
chance
holes
sprays,
might
or slots in the
or other
chemicals
cause permanent
on
damage
PICTURE
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Picture
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(5 modes)
Color, Contrast,
Contrast,
Sharpness
Control
tube,
2D Comb filter,
Scavem, Auto Picture
Sharpness
Control
Color, Contrast,
Sharpness Control
SOUND
2x5w
Incredible Surround
Sound Power (Output RMS)
Sound Enhancement
CONVENIENCE
Auto Program
Easy toggle Digital / Analog modes
Closed Captioning Full text
Sleeptimer
Clock
ON SCREEN DISPLAY
LANGUAGES
English, French, Spanish
CONNECTIVITY
Rear
Component
Video Input (Y Pb Pr)
S-Video (SVHS)
Composite
Video input (CVBS)
Antenna / Cable RF In
Side
ELECTRICAL
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Frequency
Approx.
(Hz)
consumption
Max. consumption
WEIGHT
Weight
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(W)
(W)
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Composite
Headphone
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Jack
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MEXICO
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Audio Out
size :
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44kg/
971bs
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71 kg/1561bs
60 I<g/132
55 I<g/121
27 inch / 68.6 cm
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32 inch / 81.3 cm
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Accessories
Active
List .....................................
Control
AutoLock
5
.....................................
17
Controls
Access
Code
Index .............................................
38
Information
31
Language
Control
...................................
21
Picture
23
Quick Tips
.........................................
24
Registration
of TV Information
TV Ratings .......................................
25
Rotation
Blocking Options
23
Safety/Precautions
Block/Clear
.....................................
Banner ..................................
All Channels
Movie Ratings
Automatic
...........................
....................................
Program
..................................
..................................
Auto
Picture
Auto
Sound ........................................
.......................................
AVL (Automatic
Volume
Balance
....................................
Control
Bass Control
9
Leveler)
Control
...............
.......................................
Control .....................................
Second
Audio
18
Sharpness
19
Sleeptimer
19
Specifications
19
Stereo/Mono
19
Timer
................................
Programming
Control
........................................
......................................
Control ................................
..................................
18
Cleaning
and Care
..................................
35
Clock, Time Control
Channel
Edit (Add or Skip channels)
.................
12
Display Control
in Digital Mode .....................
27
Channel
28
Start Time
Captioning
Closed
Captioning
Color
Control
Color
Temperature
Electronic
in Analog
Mode .....................
.....................................
(Color
Program
Guide
Temp)
18
Control
(EPG) .......................
Feature
Highlights ....................................
Format
Controls
Glossary
..............
....................................
..........................................
Guide To Digital TV ..................................
Control
2
29
2-3
19
18
29
36
19
..............................
26
26
...................................
26
..................................
26
................................
26
Stop Time Control
................................
26
31
Treble
Control
Troubleshooting
30
Tuner
32
Warranty
.......................................
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.................................
Mode Controls
...............................
(Limited) ..................................
Weal< Digital Signal (Add or Skip) ......................
38
5
Control
Tint Control
5
..................................
Control
18
4
18
Controls
Control
Closed
(SAP) .....................
..................................
Activate
Brightness
.........................
..........................................
10
18
19
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