BBE Sound Maxie 401 Instruction manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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LCD-27XA2
LCD-32XA2
LCD Colour Television
P
Please read this Instruction Manual before using your television.
We wish you many hours of pleasure from your new television.
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Warnings and Cautions
Do not drop or push objects into the television cabinet slots or openings.
Never spill any kind of liquid on the television
receiver.
To prevent fire or electrical shock hazard, do
not expose the television receiver to rain or
moisture.
Minimum Distances
5 cm
10 cm
10 cm
High voltages are used in the operation of this
television receiver. Do not remove the cabinet
back from your set. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
service life of your television, and can also be
dangerous.
10 cm
Warning
Care for Using TV Monitor
Screen likely damaged by external shock. When
using the TV monitor, following precautions
should be taken.
If the LCD panel is broken and leaks liquid
crystal, do not touch it. Moreover, never swallow or suck the liquid, or touch the liquid with
your skin. In case the liquid drops in your
mouth or eyes, clear it by water adequately at
once and go to see a doctor. If not, there is a
possibility causing poisoning. If the liquid
drops on skin or clothes, also clear it by water
adequately at once, if not, the skin or clothes
will be damaged.
Do not press or hit the screen face.
Do not write, paint or affix anything on the screen.
Do not put anything on the TV monitor.
Do not press
Do not hit
Cleaning the TV Monitor
Caution
Avoid exposing the television receiver to direct
sunlight and other source of the heat.
Do not block the ventilation holes in the back
cover. Adequate ventilation is essential to prevent
failure of electrical components.
If the television is to be built into a compartment
or similarly enclosed, the minimum distances
must be maintained. Heat build-up can reduce the
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Be sure to disconnect the AC Power Cord from
AC outlet before cleaning the TV monitor.
Gently wipe the screen
and cabinet with dry soft
cloth. Screen is likely damaged if it is not maintained
properly. Do not use hard
cloth or paper. Do not use
solvents or abrasive.
Caution
Do not use benzene, thinner or any volatile substances to clean the TV
monitor. These chemicals
may damaged the cabinet
finish.
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Installation
Step 1 : Connecting the Aerial and Power Supply
• Connect your aerial cable plug to the rear of the TV set.
For further information please consult your local dealer.
• Connect the AC power plug to the wall socket (AC100-264 Volts, 50Hz/60Hz).
Note: The form of the AC code and AC plug are different with each country.
ANT.75Ω
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Installation
Step 2 : Battery Installation of the Remote Control Transmitter
Use 2 “AAA” 1.5 volt batteries.
Be sure batteries are installed correctly.
Note: Do not mix old batteries with new ones or mix different type of batteries together.
Step 3 : Switching on/Plug & Play
Let’s start !
This TV set provides a self-automatic tuning system function called “Plug & Play”.
It automatically begins searching and storing of all available channels when switching-on the
TV set for the first time.
1 Press the Power ON/OFF button to turn the TV on, and the TV set will search and store of
all available TV channels automatically.
2 After completing Plug & Play, press the MENU button to return to the normal TV mode.
✐ This procedure only appears at the first switch-on time.
Now the installation is completed !
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Control Panel
Each button listed this section has the same function as it’s corresponding button on the
Remote Control
P
Stand-by and
Power Indicator
Volume
Programme
Up/Down
Remote Control
Detector
Power ON/OFF
button
Viewing Angle Adjustment
Swivel stand is rotated 360˚ right and left.
Caution
P
Do not position hand under the screen frame
while rotating the TV.
360˚
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Remote Control Transmitter
Recall/Colour System
Wide
Power ON/OFF
Digital Shot
Sound Mute
TV/AV Selector
To select half mute, full
mute or restore the sound.
Press repeatedly to switch to
TV, AV1, AV2, AV3, AV4 or
AV5 mode.
DVD button
TIMER
To call up the Timer menu
directly.
Numeric buttons
Programme Up/Down
To select the next or previous programme position.
Digit
Alternate
These buttons are not used.
OK button
Sound Mode
MENU
Volume +/Cursors
To increase or decrease the
sound volume level.
Stereo/Mono
Picture Mode
VCR and DVD button
CS
BASS
SURROUND
CS button
TEXT/TV
To call up the List screen of
the Digital Shot.
Red
Green
Yellow
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Blue
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General Operation
Power ON/OFF(Stand by)
Press the Power ON/OFF button to
turn on or off (Stand-by) the TV set.
Lighting of the Stand-by and Power Indicator
shows that there is a power supply. For shutting off a power supply completely, disconnect the power cord from the power outlet.
You can turn on the TV in the standby mode
by pressing the following buttons in addition
to the Power ON/OFF button.
● Programme Up/Down button of the
remote control transmitter or the TV set.
● 1 to 9, 0 button on the remote control
transmitter.
Alter nate
Press the Alternate button, and the
programme position will alternately
select the previous position and the
present position.
Pictur e Mode Selection
Press the Picture Mode button
repeatedly to select the following
picture modes;
Personal : Your personal preference mode.
Standard: Normal viewing mode.
Dynamic: Suitable for brightly lit room.
-
Auto Shut Of f Function
If the TV is left on after you have gone to
sleep, the TV set changes to the standby
mode within 10 minutes after all broadcasts
have ended.
Dir ect Pr ogramme Selection
Example:
■ Press 6 button to select programme
position 6.
Sound Mode Selection
Press the Sound Mode button
repeatedly to select the following
sound modes;
Personal: Your personal preference mode.
Music: Suitable for music programme.
Talk: Suitable for news programme.
Normal: Normal listening mode.
Bass Expander On/Of f
-/- -
■ To select programme position 27, press
the Digit button, press 0, 2 then 7 button.
-/- -/- -/-
-/- or
Press the Digit button, press 2, 7 button
and wait for 5 seconds.
-/- -
-/- -
-/- ■ To select programme
position 215, press
the DIGIT button, press 2, 1 then
5 button.
Press the BASS button to get an
emphasised bass sound.
Active 3D Surr ound
Press the SURROUND button to
switch 3D Surround on (Active)
and off.
-/- -/- -
-/- -
-/- -
-/- -
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General Operation
A2 Ster eo, NICAM Ster eo
and Bilingual Br oadcast
Receiving
Pr ogramme Infor mation Call
To display the on screen indication, press
the Recall/Colour System button.
■A2 Stereo and NICAM Stereo sound
reception
When receiving NICAM stereo broadcast,
NICAM will be displayed on the screen. For
A2 (German) stereo broadcasts, Stereo will
be displayed. When a clear stereo sound
can not be obtained during NICAM or A2
(German) stereo broadcast due to poor
signal reception, press the Stereo/Mono
button to select mono mode.
Sound Status
Programme Position
NICAM
03
OFF 02:00
AUTO
BG
Off-timer
NICAM Stereo
NICAM
Colour System
Sound System
Mono
A2 Stereo
Stereo
Mono
■ Bilingual reception
If the TV receives bilingual programs, the
TV initially selects language A and displays
“A” on the screen briefly. If you want to
switch to language B or Mono (only available in NICAM reception), press the Stereo/
Mono button.
Colour System Selection
If the clear picture cannot be obtained, press
the Recall/Colour System button repeatedly until optimum image can be produced.
AUTO
PAL
NTSC
SECAM
NTSC4.43
NICAM Bilingual
A
B
Mono
A2 Bilingual
A
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B
A colour system entry to the memory can
not be made during TV mode, make it
during Semi-auto tuning mode.
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General Operation
Scr een Mode Selection
Today there are various transmission formats with different size ratios, e.g. 4:3, 14:9, 16:9
and video format such as letterbox. 4:3 picture sometimes have a black band at the top and
bottom of the screen. You can select a screen mode to optimise the picture display.
Press the Wide button to select the following screen modes;
Auto / Natural / Zoom 14:9 / Title-in 14:9 / Zoom 16:9 / Title-in 16:9 / Full /
Normal
Auto
It automatically switches to the optimum screen mode according to the WSS signal provided
in the receiving signal source. If the signal does not have it, the TV keeps current screen mode.
This setting may cause the picture to change when a different format is received e.g. when an
advert is received.
WSS (Wide-Screen-Signalling)
This function is to be automatically set to the optimum screen mode for the wide screen
television according to the aspect ratio bits of the picture format (16:9, 14:9, 4:3, etc.) on
the receiving signal source. To use this function, the picture mode should be selected to
the “Auto” mode. This function is also effective in the AV mode. When you connect AV
equipment which has the WSS function, the screen mode is automatically selected to the
optimum screen mode.
Natural
4:3
14:9
16:9
Letterbox Video
Stretches the picture
horizontally to fill the
screen, the picture is
more stretched at the
edges.
The height is expanded to fill the whole
screen.
The picture fills the
screen and is proportionally correct.
The black bars top
and bottom remain
and the height is
compressed to fit into
the picture area.
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General Operation
Zoom 14:9
4:3
14:9
16:9
Letterbox Video
Zooms in slightly
cropping the top and
bottom.
Zooms in slightly
cropping the top and
bottom.
The black bars top
and bottom are smaller and the picture
height is compressed
slightly.
4:3
14:9
16:9
Letterbox Video
TITLES ON SCREEN
TITLES ON SCREEN
TITLES ON SCREEN
TITLES ON SCREEN
As zoom (14:9), but
bottom is compressed
even more to allow
subtitles to be seen.
As zoom (14:9), but
bottom is compressed
even more to allow
subtitles to be seen.
As zoom (14:9), but
bottom is compressed
even more to allow
subtitles to be seen.
As zoom (14:9), but
bottom is compressed
even more to allow
subtitles to be seen.
14:9
16:9
Letterbox Video
Zooms in slightly
cropping the top and
bottom.
Zooms in slightly
cropping the top and
bottom.
The black bars top
and bottom are smaller and the picture
height is compressed
slightly.
The correct picture
width is maintained
but the top and
bottom are cropped.
Title-in 14:9
Zoom 16:9
4:3
The correct picture
width is maintained
but the top and bottom are cropped.
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General Operation
Title-in 16:9
4:3
14:9
16:9
TITLES ON SCREEN
TITLES ON SCREEN
TITLES ON SCREEN
As Zoom (16:9), but
bottom is compressed
even more to allow
subtitles to be seen.
As Zoom (16:9), but
bottom is compressed
even more to allow
subtitles to be seen.
As Zoom (16:9), but
bottom is compressed
even more to allow
subtitles to be seen.
Letterbox Video
TITLES ON SCREEN
As Zoom (16:9), but
bottom is compressed
even more to allow
subtitles to be seen.
Full
4:3
14:9
16:9
The whole screen is
filled stretching the
height slightly at the
edges.
The whole screen is
filled with the correct
picture ratio.
4:3
14:9
16:9
The correct ratio is
maintained with black
bars on the left and
right.
Black bars left and
right, picture height is
stretched.
Black bars left and
right, picture height is
stretched.
The whole screen is
filled stretching the
width.
Letterbox Video
The black bars top
and bottom are bottom are present and
the height is
compressed.
Normal
Letterbox Video
Black bars left, right,
top and bottom.
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General Operation
1
2
Digital Shot
Select a picture that you want to display
1
Use Digital Shot function to capture and
save the up to 12 pictures and replay them in
a list mode, full screen mode and automatic
album mode.
with the cursor
button.
/
or
/
3 Press the OK button to display.
1
How to capture the pictures
1 Press the Digital Shot button to capture
a scene that you want to store.
(The screen is not frozen at this time.)
To display guide menu:
Press the OK button. To erase guide menu,
press the OK button again.
1 / 12
12 / 12
1 / 12
Memory Full
1 /be
12stored.
Up to 12 frozen pictures can
No Image
12 / 12
: Delete All
: Auto Album
: Exit
1
CS
12 / 12for a few
“Memory Full” will be displayed
seconds when 12 pictures
are stored.
Memory
Full
Memory Full
No Image
CS
: Delete
: Return
: Delete All
: Auto Album
: Exit
: Delete
: Return
No Image
To replay only the selected
picture
To return to the List mode:
1 Press the CS button to display the screen
Press the Blue button.
12
of List mode.
12
CS
12
1
: Delete All
: Auto Album
: Exit
: Delete
: Select
Delete All ?
Delete All :?Cancel
: Delete
CS
CS
: Delete All
: Auto Album
: Exit
OK
OK
4 To return to the normal TV mode, press
: Delete
: Cancel
the CS button.
: Delete
: Select
Delete All ?
12
: Delete
: Cancel
9
9
Delete All ?
9
: Delete
12
Delete All ?
: Delete
: Cancel
: Cancel
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General Operation
1
Auto Album
Deletion of pictures
Use this function to display each picture
continuously.
1 Press the CS button to display the screen
of List mode.
1 Press the CS button to display the screen
of List mode.
CS
CS
12
1
1
: Delete All
: Auto Album
: Exit
: Delete All
: Auto Album
: Exit
CS
OK
: Delete
: Select
OK
: Delete
: Select
Delete All ?
CS
2 Select a :picture
to delete
Deletethat you want
: Cancel
with the cursor
/
or
/
button. Then press the Yellow button.
2 Press the Green button, and each
picture is displayed continuously every
three seconds.
To stop Auto Album on the way:
Press the Green button.
(To start Auto Album again, press the
Green button again .)
9
or
: Delete All
: Auto Album
: Exit
CS
Press the OK button.
(To display guide menu, press the OK button
again.)
To return to the List mode:
OK
: Delete
: Select
12
To delete all pictures at a time:
1) Press the Red button in the List
mode.
Press the Blue button.
Delete All ?
To return to the normal TV mode:
Press the CS button.
1 / 12
: Cancel
: Delete
(When the TV/AV Selector is pressed, TV
return to the AV mode.)
2) Press the Red button again.
12 press
/ 12 the Blue
(To cancel deletion,
button.)
Memory Full
9
No Image
12
12
13
Delete All ?
Delete All ?
: Delete
: Delete
: Cancel
9
9
: Cancel
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Menu Operation
The on-screen menu provides the viewer
with easy access to adjustments and
settings. Follow the on-screen instruction at
the bottom of the screen.
Preset
Timer
Picture
Picture
Sound
: Select
1 Press the MENU button, and select
“Picture” menu with
2 Press
Setting
P
Picture Adjustments
Brightness
Contrast
Colour
Sharpness
Tint
Text Brightness
Memory
: Contents
MENU : Exit
■ During the menu operation, the following
buttons are used.
MENU
To call up the menu.
To exit the menu.
or
.
to select a content.
Picture
Brightness
Contrast
Colour
Sharpness
Tint
Text Brightness
Memory
3 Press
or
35
52
44
36
32
Centre
OK?
to adjust.
• Tint :
Adjust colour tints. (Displayed only on
NTSC signal reception.)
• Text Brightness :
Brightness of teletext screen (Minimum,
Centre, Maximum). You can not control
the picture and the teletext brightness in
the teletext mode. You must first switch
back to the TV mode and then adjust the
picture control or set the teletext brightness level.
4 Once the adjustments have been
To move around
the menus.
completed, select “Memory” and press
OK button to store the settings.
Press the MENU button to exit.
Note:
Your picture adjustment will be memorized
to “Personal” of the Picture Mode automatically.
Sound Adjustments
To move around the menus.
To make adjustments.
OK button
To store the settings.
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1 Press the MENU button, and select
“Sound” menu with
2 Press
or
to select a content.
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Menu Operation
4 Press
Sound
Volume
Bass
Treble
Balance
BBE
Auto Volume
or
to set OFF timer.
The time changes in 30 minutes steps.
The maximum time is 2 hours.
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5
20
0
5 Press
or
to make row of OFF
timer complete yellow.
ON
OFF
6 Press the OK button to store the setting.
3 Press
or
Press the MENU button to exit, or press
to set alarm timer.
to adjust.
• Balance :
Left and Right speaker volume balance
adjustment.
• BBE (ON/OFF)
Enable to switch the BBE sound turn on
and off. BBE High Definition Sound
restores clarity and presence for better
speech intelligibility and musical realism.
• Auto Volume (ON/OFF) :
This function automatically equates the
sound volume of each position. It is used
to prevent the sharp volume change when
you change the channel.
When the TV set is turned off, Off Timer setting
will be cancelled.
■ Alarm timer setting
The alarm will ring for about 15 seconds
when you are watching the television and it
reaches at the set-up time. It may remind
you to do something. (This only happens
when the TV is switched on.)
1 Select “Alarm timer” with
Timer
OFF Timer
Alarm Timer
4 Press the MENU button to exit.
Sound settings will be automatically
stored when you exit the menu.
Timer 2
Timer Setting
■ Off timer setting
The Off timer will switch the TV set into the
standby mode when the selected time has
elapsed.
1 Press the MENU button, and select
“Timer” menu with
or
.
(To display “TIMER” menu directly, press
the TIMER button on the remote control.)
2 Select “OFF timer” with
.
Timer
OFF Timer
Alarm Timer
3 Press
or
-- : --- : --
to select “- - : - -” .
in the
Timer menu.
-- : --- : --
Press
or
to select “- - : - -” .
3 Press
or
to set Alarm timer.
The time changes in 5 minute steps.
The maximum time period is 3 hours.
4 Press
or
to make row of Alarm
timer complete yellow.
5 Press the OK button to store the setting.
Press MENU button to exit.
When the time period is up, the time up
sign will appear on the screen and the
alarm will sound for about 15 seconds.
To stop the alarm sound and
to erase alarm sign, press
one of the buttons of the
remote control or TV set.
When the TV set is turned off, Alarm timer
will be cancelled.
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Menu Operation
Setting Menu
Preset Menu
This setting menu gives you several options
to adjust.
1 Press the MENU then
or
button to
select “Setting” menu.
2 Press
to select a content.
or
OFF
Min
A
English
Video
to set each option.
• Child Lock (ON, OFF):
You can prevent that a small child
operates television with the front control
button of the TV set. When the power plug
is pulled out, this function is cancelled.
• Noise Reduction :
(Displayed only on TV mode.)
You can choose noise reduction
mode; OFF, Min, Med or Max.
• Teletext Language :
You can choose your text language, select
A or B.
A=English, Arabic and Cyrillic.
B=English, Persian and Cyrillic.
• OSD Language :
This is useful if you wish to change the
On-screen display language (English,
, Dutch, Suomi, Deutsch, Hrvatski,
Dansk, Greek, Magyar, Italiano, Polski,
Português, Español, Svenska or Cesky).
• Setting of AV2 input mode :
When you use a S-VHS VCR, you should
connect it to AV2 and change the AV2
menu to “S-Video”.
4 Press the MENU button to exit.
These settings will be automatically
stored when you exit the menu.
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Auto Tuning
1 Press the MENU button, and select
Setting
Child Lock
Noise Reduction
Teletext Language
OSD Language
AV2
3 Press
Use Preset Menu to tune new channels, to
re-order channels and their programme
positions, and to make fine tuning.
Up to 255 broadcast stations can be stored.
or
.
2 Select “Auto Tuning” with
“Preset” menu with
.
P
Preset
Auto Tuning
Prog. Preset
Swap
Fine Tuning
>
>
---
<>
3 Press
to enter the Auto Tuning mode,
and “Frequency” will be selected first.
P
Auto
Frequency
Position
System
Sound
271.65 MHz
007
Auto
BG
4 Press
to start tuning.
All the available stations are automatically stored, starting from position 1.
After completing this procedure, TV set
returns to programme position “1”.
• System (Colour System):
You can change the colour system
with
or
. (Auto, PAL, SECAM,
NTSC4.43 or NTSC.)
• Sound (Sound System):
You can change the sound system
with
or
. (BG, DK, I or M.)
Auto Tuning can be cancelled at any time by
pressing the MENU button.
5 Press the MENU button to exit.
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Menu Operation
5 You can either...
Semi-auto Tuning
This is used to preset a channel in any programme position.
1 Select “Prog. Preset” with
in the
Preset menu.
P
Preset
>
>
Auto Tuning
Prog. Preset
Swap
Fine Tuning
2 Press
---
<>
to enter the Semi-auto Tuning
mode.
P
Semi
Frequency
Position
System
Sound
271.65 MHz
007
Auto
BG
3 Select “Position” with
.
To select desired programme position:
Press the Digit (-/--) button and enter
the position number (000-254) using 0-9
buttons.
or
Press
to select programme
position sequentially.
P
b) Press and release
(toward the lower
frequency) or
(toward the higher
frequency) to search a TV station.
Once a station is found, tuning will stop
automatically. Repeat until desired
station is found.
• If the clear picture cannot be obtained,
change the colour system with
or
.
• If the sound is not clear or no sound is
produced, change the sound system
with
or
.
6 Select “Memory” with
, and press the
OK button to memorize.
Repeat steps 3-6 to store other channels in
other programme positions.
7 Press the MENU button to exit.
Fine Tuning
1 Select “Fine Tuning” with
in the
Preset menu.
Semi
Frequency
Position
System
Sound
Skip
Memory
4 Select “Frequency” with
P
a) Press the Digit (-/--) button, and enter
the frequency (5 digits) using 0-9
buttons referring channel table.
273.25 MHz
010
Auto
BG
OFF
OK?
.
Preset
>
>
Auto Tuning
Prog. Preset
Swap
Fine Tuning
2 Press and hold
---
<>
or
to fine tune a
channel.
3 Press the MENU button to exit.
Semi
Frequency
Position
System
Sound
Skip
Memory
P
273.25 MHz
010
Auto
BG
OFF
OK?
The tuning will be stored when you exit
the menu.
Any changes made by fine tuning will
remain even when the TV set is turned off.
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Menu Operation
Setting of the Skip Channels
Channel Swapping
If there are positions you do not use, by setting skip channel function, it is possible to
jump over any position when you are selecting a channel using the Programme Up/
Down button.
Use this feature to swap the channels
between two stored programme positions.
This feature is particularly useful after automatic tuning.
1 Select “Position” in the Semi menu.
P
Semi
Frequency
Position
System
Sound
Skip
Memory
271.65 MHz
007
Auto
BG
OFF
OK?
First of all, you have to select a programme
position you wish to swap. eg. swap programme position 3 and 12.
1 Select programme position eg. 3.
03
AUTO
BG
2 Select programme position you want to
skip.
To select desired programme position:
Press the Digit (-/--) button and enter
the position number (000-254) using 0-9
buttons.
or
Press
to select programme
position sequentially.
3 Select “Skip” with
, and set Skip “ON”
with
or
.
(To cancel skip channel, set Skip “OFF”.)
P
Semi
Frequency
Position
System
Sound
Skip
Memory
273.25 MHz
010
Auto
BG
ON
OK?
2 Call up the Menu display, and select
“Swap” of the Preset menu with
P
Preset
Auto Tuning
Prog. Preset
Swap
Fine Tuning
>
>
---
<>
3 Enter new programme position number
eg. 12 by pressing 0,1 and 2 numeric
buttons.
4 Press the OK button to memorize, and
the programme number disappears.
The channels are now swapped.
5 Press the MENU button to exit.
4 Select “Memory” with
, and press the
OK button to memorize.
5 Press the MENU button to exit.
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Setting of the Hotel Mode
The Hotel Mode is a feature that might be
needed by a hotel management to confine
the TV that put in the hotel room, so it will
not disturb other rooms.
Setting Procedure
1 Set the desired maximum sound volume
by pressing the Volume + or - button.
2 Press and hold the Recall/Colour
System button on the remote control
and press the Programme Up
button
on the TV set.
3 Select desired item with
set the option with
Prohibition
Start-Position
or
or
, and
.
ON
OFF
• Prohibition (ON, OFF):
Current volume will be set as the maximum volume, and channel tuning is
prohibited.
• Start-Position :
Setting of the start up programme
position when the TV is turned on.
OFF: Last programme position start.
P1: Programme position “1” start.
P2: Programme position “2” start.
P3: Programme position “3” start.
P4: Programme position “4” start.
P5: Programme position “5” start.
P6: Programme position “6” start.
P7: Programme position “7” start.
P8: Programme position “8” start.
AV1: “AV1” start.
4 Press the Recall/Colour System button
to exit.
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Teletext Operation
Cancel
To view the TV picture in the
teletext mode while waiting for
sub page to change or page
to update. Press again to
return to teletext mode. (Note:
The page number will appear
when the page is updated.)
Reveal switch
To reveal hidden items on the
text page e.g. a hidden
answer to a quiz question.
Direct access to a page
To select a page number
directly using the (0-9)
NUMERIC buttons. For example, to select page 301, press
3, then 0 and then 1.
Up/down page access
To select the next or previous
page number.
Sub page access
Some text pages are made up
of several sub pages which
rotate automatically. If you
wish to view page-4, press the
Sub Page button, and “S----”
will appear. Then enter “0004”
using NUMERIC buttons.
Size switch
Either the top half or the
bottom half of the page can
be expanded.
Index page selector
To select one of the teletext
index pages.
Teletext / TV selector
To switch TV, TEXT and PAT
(Picture and Teletext) mode.
TELETEXT
DISPLAY
CS
(Picture and Teletext mode)
Hold
To stop sub pages from changing.
Direct access to subject
headings
Coloured boxes are displayed
at the bottom of the screen.
The 4 coloured buttons give
access to the corresponding
subjects or pages.
Teletext language selection
You can select a teletext language. Please return to the TV mode. (See Setting menu.)
Teletext brightness level
You can change the teletext brightness level. Please return to the TV mode. (See Picture
Adjustments.)
Sound volume control in teletext mode.
In teletext mode, sound volume and sound muting can be controlled. However they are not
displayed on the screen
Teletext reception
If your aerial signal is poor, the teletext reception may be poor.
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VCR and DVD Use
This remote control transmitter has been designed to be used in conjunction with selected
SANYO VCR’s and DVD players. Some SANYO VCR’s and DVD players may have their own
functions, so please refer to the individual instruction booklet when using this remote control
to ensure compatibility. Some of the buttons are used for both the VCR and DVD player. The
symbols indicated with blue are for the buttons to control the DVD player. When use the DVD
player with this remote control, first press and hold the DVD button and then press your
desired control button each time.
VCR
DVD
Not used
DVD command mode selection
Power
Power
Play
Play
pause
Pause
Stop
Stop
Fast/Cue
Next chapter selection
Rewind/Review
Previous chapter selection
Record, press both buttons
at the same time
Not used
Not used
Enter
Not used
Cursor selection
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AV Terminals
Side Terminal
AV4
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
Audio Video
Input Jacks (AV4)
R
Rear Terminal
Headphone Jack
(Mini Stereo Jack)
For personal listening, a headphone can be connected to the
headphone jack.
Audio Monitor Output Jacks
AUDIO MONITOR OUT
L
R
Y
VIDEO
VIDEO
CB
L
L
CR
L
R
AUDIO
R
AV3
R
AV5
AV2
AV1
Audio Video Input Jacks (AV1)
DVD INPUT
Scart Terminal (AV2)
Input: Composite video, RGB, S-video and audio-L/R
Output: Monitor-output with composite video and audio-L/R
Audio Video Input Jacks (AV3)
DVD Input (Component Video Input and Audio Input jacks) (AV5)
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Connecting Other Equipment
You can connect a VCR, S-VHS VCR, Satellite Tuner, PAY TV Decoder, DVD or Camcoder to
this TV via the AV terminals and the SCART terminal.
■ Depending on the type of video tape or connected AV equipment being used, it may be
necessary to select colour system. In this case, press the Recall/Colour System button
and select a suitable colour system. Colour system setting for AV position is automatically
stored in the memory.
■ By pressing the Stereo/Mono button repeatedly, you can select the sound track L
(left), R (right) or L/R.
■ You can select and return to a TV programme by selecting any of the TV position while
watching a playback from a VCR, DVD, etc.
S-Video Connection through Scart Terminal Adaptor
When you use a S-VHS VCR not provided with the 21-pins scart terminal, connect it with the
AV2 terminal using Scart Terminal Adaptor, and set AV2 status on “S-Video” (Refer to the
Setting Menu on page 16).
PLAYBACK
AUDIO MONITOR OUT
L
R
S-Video Jack
S-VHS VCR
To S-Video output
Y
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L
CR
L
R
AUDIO
R
AV3
AV2
AV1
To audio output
R-AUDIO - L/MONO
VIDEO
CB
DVD
R
AV5
DVD Player etc.
DVD INPUT
Scart Terminal Adapter
(Supplied with TV set)
■ Select “AV2” mode by pressing the TV/AV Selector for watching.
Important Note:
Do not input to both S-Video and RCA video input jack of the Scart Terminal Adaptor at the
same time to avoid signal mix and distorted picture.
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Connecting Other Equipment
Connecting to the Rear AV5 Input Jacks
DVD Player Connection
If your DVD player has the component video output jacks, connect the TV to these jacks
instead of the video input or S-VIDEO input jacks. You can enjoy high quality picture playback.
DVD Player
To audio output
DVD
Y
CB
CR
AUDIO MONITOR OUT
L
R
Y
Y
VIDEO
VIDEO
CB CB
PLAYBACK
CR
L
L
R
R
CR
L
AUDIO
AV3
AV2
AV1
R
AV5
DVD INPUT
●
Take care to ensure that the component video terminals (Y, CB and CR) are wired correctly.
●
Video input to the component video terminals (Y, CB and CR) is not output on the video
monitor output pin of the scart terminal.
■ Select “AV5” mode by pressing the TV/AV Selector for watching.
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Connecting Other Equipment
Connecting to the Side AV4 Input Jacks
It is convenient to use the AV4 input jack on the side panel for equipment that is often
connected and disconnected.
Camcorder
AV4
PLAYBACK
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
Video Game
Headphone
■ Select “AV4” mode by pressing the TV/AV Selector for watching.
Connecting a Stereo Amplifier to Audio Monitor Output Jacks
Connect Audio Monitor Out terminals (R/L) to the Stereo Amplifier Input (R/L).
The audio signal being output from the TV speaker is output through the Audio Monitor
Output jacks.
AUDIO MONITOR OUT
L
R
Y
VIDEO
VIDEO
CB
L
L
CR
L
R
AUDIO
R
AV3
AV2
AV1
R
AV5
DVD INPUT
Stereo Amplifier
●
Do not connect external speakers directly to the TV.
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Helpful Hints
■ Helpful hints
■ NO PICTURE, NO SOUND
● Check if TV is plugged in.
● Try a different channel, if OK, probably station trouble.
■ POOR PICTURE, SOUND OK
● Adjust BRIGHTNESS control.
● Adjust FINE TUNING control.
● Check aerial connections
■ NO COLOUR, PICTURE OK
● Adjust COLOUR control.
● Adjust FINE TUNING control.
● Is the programme in colour ?
■ WEAK PICTURE
● Check aerial connections on back of set.
● Check aerial for broken wires.
● Re-orient aerial.
■ The following faults are not caused by the receiver:
"GHOSTS"
Reflections of signals from mountains or high buildings will cause multiple images, called
"Ghosts". These abnormal conditions can be reduced to minimum by repositioning aerial or
by installing a new one suited for your area.
"INTERFERENCE"
Interference may be caused by electrical appliances, car ignition systems, etc. This should
normally be a temporary condition, but should this interference persist, contact your
dealer.
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Manufactured under license from BBE Sound, Inc.
Licensed by BBE Sound, Inc. under USP5510752 and 5736897.
The word “BBE” and BBE symbol are registered trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
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Specifications
Power Source
AC100-264 Volts, 50Hz/60Hz
Colour System PAL/SECAM/NTSC4.43/NTSC3.58/PAL-60Hz
Sound System B/G, D/K, I, M/M
Channel Coverage VHF: E2-E12, A2-A13,R1-R12,J1-J12,K1-K9
UHF: 21-69,A14-A69,J13-J62
CATV: S1-S41, X, Y, Z, Z+1, Z+2
Aerial Input Impedance 75 Ω
LCD Panel (Model LCD-27XA2)
Screen Size (Measured Diagonally): 27 inches
Picture Resolution: WXGA 1280 (Horiz.) x 720 (Vert.) pixels
Viewing Angles: Horiz. 176˚, Vert. 176˚
Contrast Ratio: 900:1
Brightness: 550 cd/m2
LCD Panel (Model LCD-32XA2)
Screen Size (Measured Diagonally): 32 inches
Picture Resolution: WXGA 1366 (Horiz.) x 768 (Vert.) pixels
Viewing Angles: Horiz. 176˚, Vert. 176˚
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Brightness: 550 cd/m2
Audio Output (RMS) 10W + 10W
Speaker 6 cm x 12 cm x 2 pcs.
AV Terminals
AV1 Video: Composite video (RCA Jack) x 1
Audio: L/R Stereo Input (RCA Jack) x 1 set
AV2 CENELEC Standard (Scart Terminal)
Input: Composite video, RGB, S-video and audio-L/R
Output: Monitor-output with composite video and audio-L/R
AV3 Video: Composite video (RCA Jack) x 1
Audio: L/R Stereo Input (RCA Jack) x 1 set
AV4 Video: Composite video (RCA Jack) x 1
Audio: L/R Stereo Input (RCA Jack) x 1 set
AV5 Video: Component Y, CB,CR Input (RCA Jack) x 1 set
Audio: L/R Stereo Input (RCA Jack) x 1 set
Audio Monitor Output: L/R Stereo Output (RCA Jack) x 1 set
Headphone Jack: Mini Stereo Jack x 1
Net weight
Model LCD-27XA2: Approx. 14.1 Kg (Included Swivel Stand)
Model LCD-32XA2: Approx. 17.5 Kg (Included Swivel Stand)
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Specifications
Dimensions
Model LCD-27XA2
(Unit : mm)
153
109
800
436
476
338
210
599
377
233
Model LCD-32XA2
(Unit : mm)
153
115
922
377
506
545
401
245
711
233
Specification subject to change without notice
Part No. 1AA6P1P4901- -
N2WW (UE2-A)
SANYO ELECTRIC Co., Ltd.