BeoVision 7 Reference book
BeoVision 7
Reference book
Tables of contents in the Reference book
IMPORTANT! All references to
DVD operation apply only if your
television is equipped with a DVD
player.
The contents of this Reference book is divided into sections. Each particular section
starts with its own detailed table of contents provided with page references. Texts
in black refers to the current section, whereas the remaining sections are described
in general terms and written in grey.
The main sections are:
• Advanced operation
• Tuning and preference settings
• Placement, sockets and connections
• BeoLink system
• On-screen menus
• Index
Advanced operation
This chapter tells you how to operate
your television beyond daily use.
It also tells you how to operate a
connected set-top box and other
connected video equipment.
Advanced operation, 3
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•
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Set the television to switch itself on and off, 4
Wake-up Timer, 6
Use your television as a computer monitor, 7
Set-top box operation, 8
If you have a BeoCord V 8000 …, 10
Tuning and preference settings, 13
Find out how to set up your television for the first time and tune in programs. This
chapter also contains information about settings for time, date, stand positions,
picture and sound.
Placement, sockets and connections, 27
Find out how to handle and place your television and where the sockets are placed.
Find out how to connect a decoder, set-top box or BeoCord V 8000 video tape
recorder to your television and how to register extra equipment. How to connect
speakers and how to turn your television into a surround sound system or Home
cinema, including how to choose speaker combinations.
BeoLink system, 49
Find out how to connect an audio system to your television and operate an
integrated audio/video system. Find out how to make link connections, operate a
link system and set up your television in a link room. How to customise Beo4 to
your system.
On-screen menus, 60
Overview of the on-screen menus.
Index, 75
3
Set the television to switch itself on and off
4
You can make your television switch
itself on and off automatically via the
timed play and timed standby
functions, for example, if there is a
programme you do not want to miss.
Enter as many as six Timer settings,
and bring up an on-screen list of the
Timer settings you have entered.
From this list, you can edit or delete
your Timer settings.
If your television is integrated with a
Bang & Olufsen audio or video
system with a Master Link cable,
these systems can perform the timed
play or timed standby functions as
well.
For your timed settings to be
executed correctly, ensure that the
built-in clock is set to the correct
time. For further information, refer to
the chapter ‘Set the time and date’
on page 23.
Before you start …
Timed play and timed standby
If you connect a Bang & Olufsen audio or video
product to your television with a Master Link
cable, you can exclude or include it in timed
functions via the Play Timer menu. For
example, set the television’s Play Timer to ON
and an audio system’s Play Timer to OFF if you
wish timed functions to apply only to the
television.
You can preset your television to start and
stop automatically at the same time and day
every week.
To switch on the Play Timer …
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight PLAY TIMER.
> Press GO to bring up the PLAY TIMER menu,
and press or to highlight TIMER ON/OFF.
> Press GO to bring up the TIMER ON/OFF menu.
> Press or to reveal ON.
> Press GO to store the setting.
For further information about how to switch the
Play Timer on or off for a connected Bang & Olufsen
audio or video product, refer to the Guide enclosed
with the product.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
TIMER SETUP
OPTIONS
TIMER ON / OFF
STAND POSITIONS
ON
TIMER INDEX
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING
TIMER ON / OFF
TIMER INDEX
OFF
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING WAKEUP TIMER
select
GO
SOURCE
PROGRAM
START TIME
select
GO
TIMER PROGRAMMING
SOURCE
TV
PROGRAM
18 BBC
START TIME
15:40
STOP TIME
16:40
DAYS
M . . TF . S
...
store
Abbreviations for days of the week:
M … Monday
T…
Tuesday
W … Wednesday
T…
Thursday
F…
Friday
S…
Saturday
S…
Sunday
NOTE! If your television is set up in a link room,
Timer programming must be carried out on your
main room system.
GO
5
View, edit or delete a Timer
Bring up an on-screen list of the settings you
have entered. From this list, you can edit or
delete your Timer settings.
To enter settings for timed play or timed
standby …
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu and
press to highlight PLAY TIMER.
> Press GO to bring up the PLAY TIMER menu and
press to highlight PLAY TIMER
PROGRAMMING.
> Press GO to bring up the PLAY TIMER
PROGRAMMING menu.
> Press or to move through the menu items.
> Use the number buttons to enter information or
press or to view your choices for each item.
When DAYS is highlighted, press once to be
able to move through the days, and press or
to remove a day you do not want. Press to
move to the next day, and press to move back
to a previous day. When the weekday(s) you
want are displayed, press GO to accept the
day(s).
> When you have filled in the required information,
press GO to store your Timer settings.
> Press EXIT to exit all menus.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
TIMER SETUP
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
TIMER ON / OFF
STAND POSITIONS
TIMER INDEX
ON
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING
TIMER ON / OFF
TIMER INDEX
WAKEUP TIMER
OFF
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING
select
15:40-16:40
BBC
GO
TV 18
M . . TF . .
select
GO
PLAY TIMER INDEX
15:40-16:40
BBC
TV 18
M . . TF . .
6:00 - 7:00
ZDF
TV 3
MTWTF . .
20:00-22:00
CNN
TV 15
MT . . . S .
delete
edit
GO
To view, edit or delete your Timer settings …
> Select TIMER INDEX from the TIMER SETUP
menu to bring up your list of Timer settings.
The first Timer setting in the list is already highlighted.
> Press or to move the cursor to a Timer
setting you wish to edit.
> To edit a setting, press GO and follow the
procedure described to the left.
> To be able to delete a selected setting, press the
yellow button.
> If you change your mind, press to move the
setting back into the list. You can also press
EXIT to exit all menus.
> Press the yellow button a second time to delete
the setting.
Wake-up Timer
6
You can make the television wake
you up in the morning.
The Wake-up Timer is a once-only
Timer, it lasts for one hour. Like an
alarm clock it is disabled once it has
been executed. It applies only to the
television it has been programmed
on.
Once you have made one Wake-up
Timer, the television automatically
suggests the time you entered for the
latest Wake-up Timer when you enter
a new one.
Wake-up Timers can of course also
be disabled again.
When you have programmed a Wakeup Timer, the television cannot be
part of an ordinary Play Timer or
Standby Timer until the Wake-up
Timer has been carried out or
disabled.
Enter a Wake-up Timer
Check or delete a Wake-up Timer
You must choose the source and program
number of your Wake-up Timer as well as the
start time.
You can call up the settings for the Wake-up
Timer to check the time or to disable the
Wake-up Timer by setting it to OFF.
WAKE UP TIMER
PLAY TIMER
SOURCE
TV
TIMER ON / OFF
PROGRAM
21 BBC
TIMER LIST
START TIME
07:00
ON / OFF
ON
OFF
TIMER PROGRAMMING
WAKE UP TIMER
store
GO
To enter settings for a Wake-up Timer …
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight PLAY TIMER.
> Press GO to bring up the PLAY TIMER menu and
press to highlight WAKE UP TIMER.
> Press GO to bring up the WAKE UP TIMER
menu.
> Press or to move through the menu items.
> Use the number buttons to enter information or
press or to view your choices for each item.
> When you have filled in the required
information, press GO to store your Wake-up
Timer.
> Press EXIT to exit all menus.
07:00
select
GO
To change settings for a Wake-up Timer or
delete it …
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight PLAY TIMER.
> Press GO to bring up the PLAY TIMER menu and
press to highlight WAKE UP TIMER.
> Press GO to bring up the WAKE UP TIMER
menu.
> Press or to move through the menu items.
> Use or to change settings or enter a new
time with the number buttons. Change the ON/
OFF setting to OFF if you wish to delete the
Wake-up Timer.
> When you have made your changes, press GO
to store them.
> Press EXIT to exit all menus.
Use your television as a computer monitor
If you connect your television to a
computer, as described on page 33,
you can use it as a monitor.
Remember to register your computer
in the CONNECTIONS menu. For
further information about how to
register the computer as a source,
refer to the AV4 menu in the chapter
‘On-screen menus’ on page 67.
IMPORTANT! If you wish to connect a
computer to the television and use the
television as a monitor, make sure that
you disconnect the television, the
computer, and all equipment connected
to the computer from the mains before
you connect the computer and the
television to each other.
When in use, the computer must be
connected to a grounded wall outlet as
specified in the computer’s setting-up
instructions.
Bring up the computer image on the
screen
To see the computer picture on the television
screen, you must bring it up with Beo4.
To bring up the computer
picture …
Press repeatedly until PC appears
in the Beo4 display
Press to bring up the picture
7
Picture and sound adjustments
When you have the computer picture on the
screen, you must call up the HDTV SETUP
menu to make adjustments to brightness,
contrast, colour and sound volume.
HDTV SETUP
LIST
PC
GO
BRIGHTNESS
31
CONTRAST
31
COLOUR
31
VOLUME
40
You can then operate the
computer as you normally would.
> Press MENU to bring up the HDTV SETUP menu.
> Press or to move between the menu
options.
> Press or to adjust settings.
> Press GO to store your settings and exit the
menu.
The settings you make in this menu only apply to
the HDTV SETUP. Temporary volume adjustments
can be made as usual.
Set-top box operation
8
The built-in Set-top Box Controller
acts as an interpreter between a
set-top box of your choice and the
Beo4 remote control. When a
set-top box is connected, you can
use the Beo4 remote control to gain
access to the programs and functions
offered by your set-top box.
Some functions are immediately
available via Beo4 when you switch
on the set-top box. Additional
functions are available through a
Set-top Box Controller menu that you
bring up on the screen.
Set-top Box Controller menu
Some of the buttons on your set-top box
remote control are not immediately available
on Beo4. To find out which Beo4 buttons
activate specific services or functions in your
set-top box, bring up the Set-top Box
Controller menu on the screen.
Press to switch on the
set-top box
DTV
Press to bring up the Set-top Box
Controller menu
MENU
Press the number button that
activates the function you want,
or …
1–9
… press one of the coloured
buttons to activate a function
When set-top box is selected as
source, press MENU twice to
bring up the television’s main
menu.
NOTE! Your set-top box can be registered as
STB(DTV) or STB(V.AUX) in the CONNECTIONS
menu. This determines which button activates the
set-top box; DTV or V.AUX.
1
GUIDE
2
MENU
3
TEXT
4
INFO
5
WIDE
1
GUIDE
2
MENU
3
TEXT
4
INFO
5
WIDE
Example of a Set-top Box Controller menu – The
Beo4 buttons are shown to the left on the menu
and the set-top box buttons are shown to the right.
NOTE! If your set-top box is connected to the
HDTV sockets, no Set-top Box Controller menu
can be shown on the screen.
9
Universal Beo4 operation
Use the set-top box’s own menu
Use a set-top box in a link room
If you know which Beo4 button activates the
function you want, you can activate the
function without bringing up the Set-top Box
Controller menu first.
Once you have activated your set-top box,
you can operate the set-top box’s own menus,
such as the program guide, via Beo4.
When your set-top box is connected to the
television in the main room, you can operate
the set-top box from the link room television.
However, the Set-top Box Controller menu
cannot be displayed on the television screen
in the link room.
While your set-top box is
activated …
Press GO and then the number
button that activates the
function you want
While the set-top box’s own
menu is shown …
Moves the cursor up or down
Press to switch on the set-top box
in the main room
DTV
Press GO and then the number
button that activates the
function you want
GO
1–9
GO
1–9
Moves the cursor left or right
Press one of the coloured
buttons to activate a function
Press GO and then or to
step up or down through
programs directly
GO
Press and hold GO to bring up
the Program guide or the ‘Now/
Next’ banner on the screen
depending on your set-top box
GO
Selects and activates a function
GO
GO
Press GO and then or to
step between menu pages or
step in program lists
GO
Exits menus, or returns to a
previous menu*
STOP
Exits menus, enters or exits
different modes, such as radio
EXIT
Use the coloured buttons as
indicated in the menus of your
set-top box
*Depending on your set-top box,
you may have to press EXIT twice
instead of STOP to return to a
previous menu.
Press one of the coloured
buttons to activate a function
If you have a BeoCord V 8000 …
10
Some of the features of the
BeoCord V 8000 function differently
with this television than described in
the BeoCord V 8000 Guide, and
some are not available.
It is not possible to play in slow
motion, make track markers, erase
track markers set automatically, or
make daily or weekly Timer
recordings* as described in the
BeoCord V 8000 Guide.
You can still use the Beo4 remote
control to play and search through a
videotape.
From the recording menu, you can
check, edit or delete all the timed
recordings that are waiting to be
executed.
For further information about the
video tape recorder, refer to its own
Guide.
Play and search through a tape
Timed recording via teletext
Once you have selected the video tape
recorder via Beo4, all operations are carried
out via Beo4. Playback of the videotape you
have loaded starts automatically.
You can program up to 6 timed recordings.
Recordings can be programmed via the onscreen menu or directly via the relevant
teletext page.
To cue or wind through the
tape …
Press or to cue backwards
or forwards through the tape
Press or
cue faster
PAGE PROGRAM HALT REC SETUP REVEAL
P202
BBC
S202
Wed 13 Oct
12:39:34
The menu bar on the teletext page.
a second time to
18:30-21:00
P202 BBC
Press or a third time to
rewind or fast forward through
the tape, or …
13. OCT
S202
P1
BBC
Ons 13 Oct
OK?
The status line for a recording may appear above
the teletext page with both start and stop times
indicated, or on the actual program you want to
record.
… press and hold or for 2
seconds to rewind or fast
forward through the tape
PROGRAMMING STORED
Press to start or resume playback
GO
The recording is now stored.
Press or to step forwards or
backwards through different
tracks or recordings on a tape
To pause or stop a tape …
Press to pause the tape with the
picture on the screen
GO
Press again to resume playback
GO
Press to stop the tape completely
STOP
Press to switch the television and
the video tape recorder to
standby
•
*NOTE! Recordings can only be made as described,
if the BeoCord V 8000 is connected directly to
this television.
11
Record via on-screen menu
When you use the on-screen menu to
program a timed recording, remember to
first switch to the source (such as TV) you
wish to record.
Insert a tape for recording …
> Find the teletext page you want.
> Press RECORD to be able to select a programme
to record, or use to move to REC on the teletext
menu bar and press GO.
> Press or to move to the start time or the
actual programme title.
> Press GO to select the chosen start time or
simply select the programme title.
> If necessary, press GO to select the stop time,
you can change the stop time by pressing
and include two or three programmes in a row.
> Check the status line for the recording, if
necessary use or or the number buttons to
change and or to move between the
entered data.
> Press GO to store the timed recording.
PROGRAMMING STORED indicates that your
recording is stored.
You can also bring up the menu for making a
Timer recording via the main SETUP menu for the
relevant source, such as TV.
If the PDC/VPS option is set to ON in the
BeoCord V 8000 OPTIONS menu, you do not have
to select start and stop times for your recording,
but only the programme name on the teletext
page.
TV RECORD
NOW
TELETEXT
RECORD LIST
TV RECORD
MENU
PROGRAM
START TIME
STOP TIME
PROGRAM
18 BBC
START TIME
15:40
STOP TIME
16:40
DATE
select
GO
PDC / VPS
7 MAY
OFF
store
GO
Insert a tape ready for recording …
> Press TV to switch on the television or DTV to
switch on a set-top box, if available.
> Press RECORD on Beo4 to bring up the
recording menu.
> Press until MENU is highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the menu for setting a
timed recording. START TIME is highlighted.
> Use the number buttons or or to enter
information for your timed recording; stop time,
date, different program number if necessary,
and activate the PDC/VPS function if available.
> Press or to step from option to option.
> Press GO to store the recording.
> Press STOP to back up through previous menus
or press EXIT to exit all menus directly.
If PDC/VPS is an option on the menu, then you can
set it to OFF or AUTO. The option you choose will be
valid for this particular recording only. For further
information about the PDC and VPS systems and
recording, refer to the BeoCord V 8000 Guide.
12
>> If you have a BeoCord V 8000
Check the recordings already set
Stop a recording in progress
You can check the recordings that are waiting
to be executed, as well as edit or delete them.
If the timed recordings overlap, this is
indicated when the recording is stored and
shown in the list of recordings.
To stop a recording in progress, you must
access the recorder first.
>
>
>
>
TV RECORD
NOW
TELETEXT
RECORD LIST
RECORD LIST
MENU
20:00-21:00
SUPER CH
TV3
select
20:00-21:00
SUPER CH
TV 3
FRI 7 MAY
TALK SHOW
SKY
SAT 110
SUN 15 SEP
20:00-22:00
MEJRUP
RADIO 15
FRI 7 APR
GO
delete
edit
GO
Press RECORD to bring up the recording menu.
Press until RECORD LIST is highlighted.
Press GO to bring up the list of recordings.
Press or to highlight a recording.
To edit a highlighted recording …
> Press GO to be able to edit the recording.
> Press or to change start and stop times,
date or program number.
> Press or to step through the options.
> Press GO to store the recording and return to
the list.
To delete a highlighted recording …
> Press the yellow button to delete the recording.
> Press the yellow button again to confirm, or
press to move it back into the list.
> Select another recording to delete, or press
EXIT to exit all menus.
Overlapping recordings are indicated by OVERLAP.
A red dot indicates which recordings overlap.
While BeoCord V 8000 is recording …
> Press V MEM to access the video tape recorder.
> Press STOP to pause the recording.
> Press STOP to stop the recording completely.
Tuning and preference settings
Find out how to perform the firsttime setup procedure and tune in all
available programs automatically. In
addition, you can find information
about how to edit tuned programs
and adjust other available settings,
such as time, date, picture and sound.
For information about how to place
your television and connect
additional video equipment, refer to
the chapter ‘Placement, sockets and
connections’ on page 27.
Advanced operation, 3
All you need to know about using your television beyond daily use, such as how to
operate timed play and timed standby functions, a connected set-top box, and a
connected BeoCord V 8000 video tape recorder.
Tuning and preference settings, 13
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•
•
•
•
•
First-time setup of your television, 14
Edit tuned TV programs, 16
Re-tune or add programs, 20
Set positions for the television to turn to, 22
Set the time and date, 23
Adjust picture and sound settings, 24
Choose menu language, 26
Placement, sockets and connections, 27
Find out how to handle and place your television and where the sockets are placed.
Find out how to connect a decoder, set-top box or BeoCord V 8000 video tape
recorder to your television and how to register extra equipment. How to connect
speakers and how to turn your television into a surround sound system or Home
cinema, including how to choose speaker combinations.
BeoLink system, 49
Find out how to connect an audio system to your television and operate an
integrated audio/video system. Find out how to make link connections, operate a
link system and set up your television in a link room. How to customise Beo4 to
your system.
On-screen menus, 60
Overview of the on-screen menus.
Index, 75
13
First-time setup of your television
14
The setup procedure described here is
activated only when the television is
connected to the mains and switched
on for the first time.
You must select the menu language,
register any extra equipment you
have connected, determine the
centre position for the motorised
stand – if your television is equipped
with one – and start the automatic
tuning of TV programs.
Select menu language
The first time you switch on your television,
you must select which language you want all
the menus to be displayed in.
Register extra equipment before
auto-tuning
Some extra equipment is detected by the
television automatically. You can check and
confirm the registration of the equipment
involved.
MENU LANGUAGE
CONNECTIONS
DANSK
AV1
V.MEM
DEUTSCH
AV2
NONE
ENGLISH
AV3
NONE
ESPAÑOL
AV4
NONE
FRANÇAIS
CAMERA
NONE
ITALIANO
PROJECTOR
NONE
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
select
accept
GO
The menu language setup appears. If you wish to
change the menu language at a later date, you
can find the item under OPTIONS in the TV SETUP
menu.
> Press TV to switch on the television. The
language menu appears.
> Press or to move between the displayed
languages, if necessary.
> Press GO to store your choice.
select
GO
When the CONNECTIONS menu appears …
> Press or to step between the different
socket groups: AV1, AV2, AV3, AV4, CAMERA
and PROJECTOR.
> Press GO to be able to register a connected
product to the highlighted socket group.
> Press or to move between the sockets in
the group.
> Press or to register what you have
connected to the highlighted socket.
> Press GO to be able to select another socket
group.
> When you have completed your settings, press
the green button to store the setup.
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Store all programs and settings
Determine the centre position
When you have selected the menu language,
a menu for program tuning automatically
appears on the screen.
If your television is equipped with the optional
motorised stand, the STAND ADJUSTMENT
menu appears on the screen. Once the centre
position is determined, select your favourite
positions for when the television is switched
on and in standby.
AUTO TUNE
STAND ADJUSTMENT
CHECK AERIAL CONNECTION
CENTRE POSITION
TV
CALIBRATING . . .
start
GO
When the menu for auto tuning appears, the
prompt CHECK AERIAL CONNECTION appears to
remind you to check that your TV aerial is properly
connected.
> Press GO to start auto tuning. The television
tunes in all available programs.
adjust
GO
Make sure that there is enough room for the
television to turn to the right and left.
For further information about stand positions,
refer to the chapter ‘Set positions for the
television to turn to’ on page 22.
When the STAND ADJUSTMENT menu
appears …
> Press GO to start stand adjustment.
> If the adjustment is interrupted the text
‘ADJUSTMENT FAILED’ appears on the screen.
Remove obstacles preventing the television
from turning, and press GO to start adjustment
again.
> Once adjustment is complete, the text
‘ADJUSTMENT OK’ appears, followed by the
STAND POSITIONS menu.
> Move between the different stand positions;
VIDEO, AUDIO and STANDBY by means of
and and press GO to enter the menu.
> To turn and possibly tilt the television, press
or and or .
> Press the green button to store each of the
positions.
Edit tuned TV programs
16
If automatic tuning of all programs
has not stored the programs on your
preferred program numbers or has
not named all the stored programs
automatically, you can rearrange the
order in which the programs appear
and provide them with a name of
your own choice.
If the tuned programs require
additional editing, such as fine tuning,
use the MANUAL TUNING menu.
Move tuned TV programs
Once automatic tuning of programs has been
completed, the EDIT PROGRAMS menu
appears automatically and you can move your
tuned programs.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAMS
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
1 DR1
2 TV2
3. . .
select
GO
select
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
NRK
TV4
more
name
move
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
NRK
TV4
move
move
delete
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
DR1
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
move
move
delete
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu,
and press to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu.
EDIT PROGRAMS is already highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the EDIT PROGRAMS
menu.
> Press or to select the program you wish to
move.
> Press once to be able to move the program.
The program is now moved out of the list.
> Press or to move the program to the
desired program number.
> Press to make the program move back into
the list or change places with the program
which occupies the desired program number.
> Now, move the program which you changed
places with to an empty program number or to
a number already occupied and repeat the
procedure.
> When you have moved the relevant programs,
press STOP to back up through all menus, or
press EXIT to exit all menus.
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Name tuned programs
Once automatic tuning of programs has been
completed, the EDIT PROGRAMS menu
appears automatically and you can name the
TV programs that have been tuned in.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
1 DR1
2 TV2
3. . .
select
GO
select
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
DR1
A
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV 4
character
next
accept
NRK
TV4
more
name
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
GO
move
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu,
and press to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu.
EDIT PROGRAMS is already highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the EDIT PROGRAMS
menu.
> Press or to select the program you wish to
name.
> Press the green button to be able to name the
program. The naming menu is now activated.
> Press or to find the individual characters in
the name.
> Press to move to the next character. As you
move, the television suggests possible names,
but you can still use and , or and to
enter or edit all the characters in the name you
choose.
> Press GO to store the name.
> If necessary, repeat the procedure and name
other program numbers.
> When you have named the relevant programs,
press GO to accept your edited list, or press
EXIT to exit all menus.
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>> Edit tuned programs
Delete tuned programs
Once the automatic tuning of programs is
completed, you can delete any tuned TV
programs you do not want.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
select
GO
1 DR1
2 TV2
3. . .
select
GO
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
more
name
move
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
move
move
delete
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
move
delete
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu.
EDIT PROGRAMS is already highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the EDIT PROGRAMS
menu.
> Press or to move to the program you wish
to delete.
> Press to move the program out of the list.
> Press the yellow button to be able to delete the
program – the program is then shown in red.
> Press the yellow button again to finally delete
the program, or press twice to move the
program back into the list.
> When you have deleted the relevant programs,
press EXIT to exit all menus.
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Adjust tuned programs
You can store TV programs on program
numbers of their own. Fine tune the program
reception, indicate the presence of coded
programs and choose appropriate sound
types for the individual programs.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITION
MANUAL TUNING
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
select
SEARCH
FREQUENCY
PROGRAM NUMBER
GO
select
GO
TV MANUAL TUNING
SEARCH
...
FREQUENCY
210
PROGRAM NUMBER
1
NAME
DR1
EXTRA
start
store
GO
TV MANUAL TUNING
FINE TUNE
0
DECODER
OFF
TV SYSTEM
B/G
SOUND
STEREO
accept
TV MANUAL TUNING
SEARCH
...
FREQUENCY
210
PROGRAM NUMBER 1
NAME
DR1
EXTRA
TUNING STORED
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu and
press to highlight MANUAL TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV MANUAL TUNING
menu.
> Press or to move between items on the
menu.
> Press or to view your choices for each item.
> If you choose NAME, then press the green button
to start the naming procedure. Use or and
to enter the characters in the name you
choose.
> To bring up the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu, move to EXTRA and press GO. Now fine
tune if relevant, or select type of sound.
> When you have finished editing, press GO to
accept the settings.
> Press GO to store the adjusted program.
> Press EXIT to exit all menus.
If the item SYSTEM appears on the menu, then
make sure that the correct broadcast system is
displayed before you begin tuning:
B/G … for PAL/SECAM BG
I…
for PAL I
L…
for SECAM L
M … for NTSC M
D/K … for PAL/SECAM D/K
If programs are broadcasted with two languages
and you want both languages, you can store the
program twice, once with each language.
Re-tune or add programs
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You can make your television find
your TV programs for you.
Preset up to 99 different TV
programs on program numbers of
their own and give each program a
distinct name.
You can tune in new programs, for
example, if you move – or re-tune
previously deleted programs.
When tuning in programs via the
ADD PROGRAM menu, your
previously tuned programs are left
unchanged. This allows you to keep
program names, their order in the TV
list, and any special settings you may
have stored for those programs, such
as decoder or broadcast system
settings.
Re-tune via automatic tuning
You can re-tune all your TV programs by
letting the television tune in all the programs
automatically.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu and
press to highlight AUTO TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the AUTO TUNING menu.
> Press to start auto tuning.
> Once auto tuning is completed, the EDIT
PROGRAMS menu appears. You can then
rearrange the program order, delete programs
or rename them.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TV TUNING
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAMS
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
1 DR1
2 TV2
3. . .
select
GO
select
TV AUTO TUNING
1 ........
DELETES PROGRAM GROUPS
start
TV AUTO TUNING
1 DR1
2 TV2
3 ........
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
NRK
TV4
more
name
Please note: If you re-tune all your TV
programs, all Groups of programs and
program settings you have made disappear!
move
GO
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Add new TV programs
You can add a new program or update a
tuned program which, for example, has been
moved by the broadcaster.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
19 . . . . . . . .
20 . . . . . . . .
21 . . . . . . . .
select
GO
select
ADD TV PROGRAM
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
........
........
CNN
N3
........
SAT 1
SVT 2
NRK
TV4
........
start
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu and
press to highlight ADD PROGRAM.
> Press GO to bring up the ADD TV PROGRAM
menu.
> Press to start. New programs are added
automatically as they are found.
> When tuning is completed and new programs
have been added, the EDIT PROGRAMS menu
appears. You can then rearrange the program
order, delete programs or rename them. The
cursor highlights the first new program of those
just added to the list.
Set positions for the television to turn to
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If your television is equipped with the
optional motorised stand, you can
turn it using the Beo4 remote control.
If the stand has a tilt function, you
can also tilt it.
Furthermore, you can program the
television to turn automatically to
face your favourite viewing position
when you switch on the television,
turn to a different position when you
listen to, for example, a connected
radio, and turn away to a standby
position when you switch it off.
Choose one position for when you switch the
television on, one for audio mode, and one
for when you switch it off.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight STAND POSITIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the STAND POSITIONS
menu.
> Press GO to determine the VIDEO position.
> Press or to turn the television and or
to tilt it, and place it according to your
viewing position.
> Press the green button to store the position.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
STAND POSTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
VIDEO
TV ON
TV STANDBY
AUDIO
STANDBY
select
GO
You can also turn your television by
hand.
select
GO
To store a stand position for when an audio
source is switched on via the television …
> Press to move to AUDIO.
> Press GO to determine the AUDIO position.
> Press or to turn the television and or
to tilt it, and place it as you wish.
> Press the green button to store the position.
To store a stand position for when the
television is switched off and in standby …
> Press to move to STANDBY.
> Press GO to determine the STANDBY position.
> Press or to turn the television and or
to tilt it, and place it as you wish.
> Press the green button to store the position.
> Press EXIT to leave the menus.
NOTE! For information about first-time installation
of the motorised stand, refer to the chapter ‘Firsttime setup of your television’ on page 14.
Set the time and date
When you preset your television to
switch itself on or off at a particular
time, or when you preset a timed
recording of a programme on a
connected BeoCord V 8000 video
tape recorder, the clock ensures that
these features are switched on and
off at the right times.
The simplest way to set the clock is to
synchronise it with a tuned TV
program’s teletext service via the
CLOCK menu. If you choose to
synchronise the clock, this is done
with the teletext service offered by
the TV program you are currently
watching. If a teletext service is not
available, you can set the clock
manually.
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Before synchronising the clock with a tuned
program, make sure that the program you
are watching offers a teletext service within
your time zone.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press to highlight CLOCK.
> Press GO to bring up the CLOCK menu.
> Press or to see your choices for each item.
> Press or to move through menu items. It is
only necessary to enter the time manually if
SYNCHRONISE is set to NO.
> Press GO to store your clock and calendar
options, or …
> … press EXIT to exit all menus without storing.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CLOCK
LANGUAGE
GO
select MENU
TIME
DATE
MONTH
select
GO
If the clock is not updated in the transition between
summer and winter time, simply select the program
with which you originally synchronised the clock,
and the clock is updated.
CLOCK
TIME
20:00
DATE
23
MONTH
APR
YEAR
2001
SYNCHRONISE
NO
SHOW CLOCK
YES
store
Abbreviations for months
Jan … January
Jul …
Feb … February
Aug …
Mar … March
Sep …
Apr … April
Oct …
May … May
Nov …
Jun … June
Dec …
To bring up the clock in the display, press LIST
repeatedly to display CLOCK* on Beo4, then
press GO. To remove the clock again, repeat
the procedure.
GO
July
August
September
October
November
December
*NOTE! In order to display CLOCK on Beo4, you
must first add it to the Beo4 list of functions. For
further information, refer to the chapter
‘Customise Beo4’ on page 58.
Adjust picture and sound settings
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Picture and sound settings are preset
from the factory to neutral values
which suit most viewing and listening
situations. However, if you wish, you
can adjust these settings to your
liking.
Adjust picture brightness, colour or
contrast. Sound settings include
volume, bass and treble.
Change brightness, colour or
contrast
Adjust the picture settings via the PICTURE
menu. Temporary settings are cancelled when
you switch off the television.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press to highlight PICTURE.
> Press GO to bring up the PICTURE menu.
> Press or to move through menu items.
> Press or to adjust the values.
> Press EXIT to store your settings until you
switch off the television, or …
> … press GO to store your settings permanently.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
Store your picture and sound settings
temporarily – until your television is
switched off – or store them
permanently.
For information about how to change
the picture format, refer to the
chapter ‘Surround sound and Home
cinema’ on page 10 in the Guide.
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
OPTIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CLOCK
LANGUAGE
GO
select MENU
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
select
GO
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
........
CONTRAST
........
COLOUR
........
TINT
........
store
GO
For video sources using the NTSC signal, a fourth
option – Tint (colour shade or nuance) – is
available for adjustment.
To temporarily remove the picture from the screen,
press LIST repeatedly to display P.MUTE on Beo4,
then press GO. To restore the picture again, press
any source button, for example, TV.
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Change volume, bass or treble
Adjust the sound settings via the SOUND SETUP
menu. Temporary settings are cancelled when
you switch off the television.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press to highlight SOUND.
> Press GO to bring up the SOUND menu.
> Press or to move through menu items.
> Press or to adjust the values or choose a
setting.
> Press EXIT to store your settings until you switch
off the television, or …
> … press GO to store your settings permanently.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
OPTIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CLOCK
LANGUAGE
GO
select MENU
VOLUME
BALANCE
BASS
select
GO
SOUND SETUP
VOLUME
........
BASS
........
TREBLE
........
LOUDNESS
NO
store
GO
If you connect loudspeakers or headphones …
The content of the SOUND menu varies according
to what you have connected to the television. For
further information, refer to the chapter ‘On-screen
menus’ on page 60.
If you have connected speakers in a surround
sound system, refer to the chapter ‘Loudspeaker
setup – surround sound’ on page 42.
Choose menu language
26
The menu language you choose
during the first-time setup of your
television can be changed at any
time.
Once a menu language is chosen, all
menus and display messages are
shown in this language.
You can select the language for on-screen
menus via the TV SETUP menu. The text on
the screen changes as you move from
language to language.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press to highlight MENU LANGUAGE.
> Press GO to bring up the MENU LANGUAGE
menu.
> Use and to move to your language choice.
> Press GO to make your choice.
> Press STOP to back up through previous menus
or press EXIT to exit all menus directly.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
OPTIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CLOCK
LANGUAGE
GO
select MENU
DANSK
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
select
GO
MENU LANGUAGE
DANSK
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
select
accept
GO
Placement, sockets and connections
In this chapter, you can find out how
to place and connect your television.
It also gives you an overview of the
socket panels.
Advanced operation, 3
All you need to know about using your television beyond daily use, such as how to
operate timed play and timed standby functions, a connected set-top box, and a
connected BeoCord V 8000 video tape recorder.
We recommend that you follow the
procedure described below when
you set up your television:
– Unpack the television
– Consider the appropriate
surroundings for your television
– Mount and connect the BeoLab 7
speaker, if available
– Mount the television on the
chosen stand or bracket
– Place the television
– Connect the cables, additional
equipment, and speakers
Tuning and preference settings, 13
Find out how to set up your television for the first time and tune in programs. This
chapter also contains information about settings for time, date, stand positions,
picture and sound.
This procedure is described in detail
on the following pages.
Placement, sockets and connections, 27
•
•
•
•
•
Set up your television, 28
Camera and headphones sockets, 31
Socket panels, 32
Connect additional video equipment, 34
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound, 42
BeoLink system, 49
Find out how to connect an audio system to your television and operate an
integrated audio/video system. Find out how to make link connections, operate a
link system and set up your television in a link room. How to customise Beo4 to
your system.
On-screen menus, 60
Overview of the on-screen menus.
Index, 75
27
Set up your television
28
For information about how to fasten
and run the cables on the rear of the
television, refer to page 30.
For further information about the
socket panels, refer to pages 32–33.
Handling your television
Never lift the television holding only the
front glass. The television is NOT designed to
stand on its own, it must be supported until
mounted on the chosen stand or bracket.
– Avoid placing your television in direct sunlight
or direct artificial light, such as a spotlight, as
this may reduce the sensitivity of the remote
control receiver. Also if the screen is overheated,
black spots may appear in the picture. These
spots disappear again, once the television cools
down to normal temperature.
– Make sure that the television is set up, placed
and connected in accordance with this Guide.
To prevent injury, use Bang & Olufsen stands or
wall brackets only.
– The television is developed for indoor use in dry,
domestic environments only. Use within a
temperature range of 10–40°C (50–105°F).
– Do not place any items on top of the television.
– Always place your television on a firm and
stable surface.
– Do not attempt to open the television. Leave
such operations to qualified service personnel.
Placement of socket panels
1 Cover for camera and headphones sockets.
Push in to open, push again to close.
2 Cover for socket panel one. Pull out at the
bottom and lift to remove.
3 Cover for card reader (DVB-S). Push in to open,
push again to close.
4 Mounting bracket for stand or wall bracket.
5 Cover for socket panel two. Pull out at the
bottom and lift to remove.
Allow enough space below the screen for adequate
ventilation. Make sure not to cover the fans. If the
television is overheated, a warning will appear on
the screen; switch the television to standby, not
off, in order for the television to cool down to
normal temperature.
If you have a motorised stand or a wall bracket,
leave enough space around the television to allow
it to turn freely.
1
3
2
4
5
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Placement options
The television can be placed in several ways,
some are illustrated to the right. Please contact
your Bang & Olufsen retailer for further
information.
When you mount the television on one of the
floor stands or wall brackets, you can tilt the
television up and down, as well as turn it left
or right on some of the stands. Note,
however, that only some stands can be
turned and tilted with the Beo4 remote
control, other stands can only be tilted
manually.
While mounting the television on the stand or
bracket, you can use the packaging to support
the products. This eases the mounting.
Once the loudspeaker and television are both
mounted on a stand or bracket, do not carry
them by holding the loudspeaker.
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>> Set up your television
Aerial and mains connections
When all connections are complete, switch
on the mains. A tiny, red light appears at the
bottom of the right hand side of the screen.
The system is in standby mode and ready to
be used. If your television is set up on its own,
you can now tune in programs as explained
in the chapter ‘First-time setup of your
television’ on page 14.
BeoVision
Your television was designed to be left in
standby mode when not in use. Therefore, to
facilitate remote control operation, it is
essential that you do not disconnect it from
the mains.
The television can only be switched off
completely by disconnecting it from the wall
socket.
Avoid bending, twisting or subjecting the aerial
cable to pressure or impact.
BeoLab
The supplied mains cord and plug are specially
designed for the television. If you change the plug
or in any way damage the mains cord, it will affect
the TV picture adversely!
We suggest that you lead the cables through the
flexible cable cover before connecting them to the
sockets.
Leave enough slack in the cable to ensure that the
TV is able to tilt and turn if required – Test that the
loops are big enough before using the cable tiers
and mounting the cable covers.
Camera and headphones sockets
Connect headphones and listen to a
TV programme, or connect a camera
and see the pictures on the television
screen, or connect a Camcorder and
watch your home movies on the
television.
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Watch digital pictures on your
television
To watch your camera pictures, connect the
camera and switch the television on. The
television automatically registers the signal
and you can see the still pictures on the
screen.
If the signal from the camera is switched
off …
> Press LIST repeatedly to display CAMERA on
Beo4 and press GO.
In order to display CAMERA on Beo4, you must
first add it to the Beo4 list of functions. For further
information, refer to the chapter ‘Customise Beo4’
on page 58.
Watch and copy from a Camcorder
If you have connected a video tape recorder,
such as a BeoCord V 8000, to your television,
and you connect your Camcorder, you can
copy Camcorder recordings onto a videotape.
To copy a recording from a Camcorder …
> Connect your Camcorder and start playback on
the Camcorder. The television automatically
registers the signal and you can see the pictures
on the television screen.
> Press RECORD twice to start recording.
L
R
VIDEO
PHONES
Sockets for temporary connections
L – R – VIDEO
These sockets are for the connection of a camera
or camcorder:
L – R:
For audio connection (left and right
sound channel respectively).
VIDEO:
For the video signal.
To always activate these sockets by pressing, for
example, CAMERA on Beo4, you can register the
connected equipment in the CONNECTIONS
menu. For further information, refer to the
chapter ‘Register additional video equipment’ on
page 40.
PHONES
You can connect stereo headphones to the socket
marked PHONES. The television speakers are
muted when headphones are connected and
activated again when the headphones are
disconnected.
Socket panels
32
The socket panels on your television
allow you to connect signal input
cables as well as a variety of extra
equipment, such as a video recorder
or a linked Bang & Olufsen music
system.
Any equipment you connect to these
sockets must be registered in the
CONNECTIONS menu, for further
information, refer to the chapter
‘Register additional video equipment’
on page 40.
For further information about
connecting speakers in a surround
sound setup, refer to the chapter
‘Loudspeaker setup – surround sound’
on page 42.
Socket panel one
LINK TV OUT
Aerial output socket for distribution of video signals
to other rooms.
STAND
AV 2
AV 1
TV IN
Aerial input socket from your external aerial or cable
TV network.
DVB
For connection of an LNB. Only available if your
television is equipped with the optional DVB-S
module.
MASTER LINK
TV IN
~
LINK TV OUT
DVB
CINEMA
CONTROL
POWER LINK
CENTRE
Connection to the mains.
STAND
For connection of a motorised stand.
AV 2
21-pin socket for the AV connection of additional
video equipment.
AV 1
21-pin socket for the connection of a
HDR 1, a set-top box, a primary decoder or a
BeoCord V 8000. You can also connect other
types of extra video equipment.
MASTER LINK
Socket for connection of a compatible Bang &
Olufsen music system. The socket is also used for
BeoLink distribution of sound throughout the
house.
POWER LINK CENTRE
For connection of a centre speaker such as
BeoLab 7. For further information about
connecting speakers, refer to the speaker’s own
Guide.
CINEMA CONTROL
If your television is equipped with the optional
Cinema Control feature, you can control, for
example, projector screen, lights and blinds with
the Beo4 remote control. Contact your Bang &
Olufsen retailer for further information.
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Socket panel two
DATA
DVB DATA
IR CONTROL OUT
C1
C2
C3
C4
DATA
Only for use in Hotel setups.
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
A1
A2
A3
A4
R
IR-IN
AV 3
DVB DATA
For service use.
L
P1 BtB P2
SURROUND SOUND SPEAKERS
REAR
IR CONTROL OUT (C1 – C4)
For IR control signals to external equipment
connected to one of the AV sockets.
PROJECTOR
FRONT
CINEMA
SUBWOOFER CENTRE
VIDEO
AV4
DIGITAL AUDIO IN (A1 – A4)
For digital sound input from external equipment
connected to one of the AV sockets.
Pr
Pb
REAR
FRONT
Y
IR-IN
For connection of external IR receiver used in
connection with Home cinema setups, where the
screen covers the IR receiver of the television.
DVI-I
P1 BtB P2
Only for use in Hotel setups.
To connect a computer to the television …
> IMPORTANT! Disconnect the television, the
computer, and all equipment connected to the
computer from the mains.
> Using the appropriate type of cable, connect one
end to the DVI or VGA output socket on your
computer, and the other end to the DVI socket
on the television.
> To hear sound from the computer in the
television speakers, use the appropriate cable
and connect the sound output on the computer
to the R–L sockets on the television.
> Reconnect the television, the computer, and all
equipment connected to the computer to the
mains. Remember, the computer must be
connected to a grounded wall outlet as
specified in its setting-up instructions.
AV 3
21-pin socket for the AV connection of additional
video equipment.
PROJECTOR
For connection of a projector in a Home cinema
setup.
FRONT
The two sockets are used for connecting the
external front speakers in a surround sound setup.
SUBWOOFER
Socket used for connecting a BeoLab 2 subwoofer.
CINEMA CENTRE
Socket used for connecting an external centre
speaker in a Home cinema setup if, for example, a
screen covers the television speaker.
REAR
The two sockets are used for connecting the
external rear speakers in a surround sound setup.
AV4
R–L … Right and left line signal. To connect digital
audio, use one of the DIGITAL AUDIO IN sockets
(A1 – A4) and set it up in the AV4 connections
menu.
VIDEO … For connection of a video signal.
Y – Pb – Pr
For connection of video signal from an external
source such as an HDTV source, can be used in
conjunction with an AV socket – or a digital audio
socket.
DVI-I
For connection of an external PC. Supported
formats are: DVI and VGA, 60 Hz, 640 × 480,
800 × 600, 1024 × 768, 1280 × 720, 1366 × 768.
DVI-I (applies only to televisions equipped
with the HD-ready feature)
For connection of analogue or digital video signal,
can be used in conjunction with an AV socket or
digital audio sockets. Supported formats are: DVI
and VGA, 60 Hz, 640 × 480, 800 × 600,
1024 × 768, 1280 × 720, 1366 × 768 and 480i,
576i, 1080i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 50Hz, 576i, 1080i,
576p and 720p.
Connect additional video equipment
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This chapter describes how to
connect additional video equipment
to the television.
A decoder can be connected to the
television via the AV sockets. If your
setup also includes a Bang & Olufsen
video recorder, you should connect
the decoder to the video recorder.
Connect a decoder
BeoVision
Decoder
A set-top box can be connected to
any of the AV sockets.
When you connect a Bang & Olufsen
video recorder, you must connect it
to the AV1 socket, the television
detects the connection automatically.
Make sure that all connected
equipment is registered in the
CONNECTIONS menu. For further
information, refer to the chapter
‘Register additional video equipment’
on page 40.
Disconnect all involved systems from the mains
before you connect external equipment.
> Connect the cable from the external aerial to
the socket marked TV IN on the television.
> Connect the decoder to one of the 21-pin AV
sockets on the television.
If you wish to connect an RF decoder, remember
to connect the external aerial cable to the decoder
input socket and then forward the signal or cable
to the television’s aerial socket (marked ‘TV IN’).
Tuned programs and decoder detection
In most cases, a connected decoder is registered
automatically during tuning. The decoder should
automatically detect those programs which require
decoding. However, if this is not the case, then
adjust the setting via the MANUAL TUNING menu
for the program in question. Please refer to the subsection entitled ‘Adjust tuned TV programs’ in the
chapter ‘Edit tuned TV programs’ on page 19.
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Connect a set-top box
Disconnect all involved systems from the mains
before you connect external equipment.
> Connect one end of a 21-pin AV cable to the
set-top box.
> Run the cable to the one of the 21-pin AV sockets
on the back of the television.
> If your set-top box is equipped with digital audio
out, connect it to one of the DIGITAL AUDIO IN
sockets.
> If your set-top box delivers HDTV video signal,
and your television is HD-ready, connect the
set-top box to either the DVI-I or Y-Pb-Pr
sockets also.
> Connect the IR transmitter to one of the IR
CONTROL OUT sockets on the television.
> Fasten the IR transmitter to the IR receiver of the
set-top box.
To be able to use the remote control included with
your set-top box, do not cover its IR receiver
entirely.
BeoVision
Set-top box
Automatic standby …
When you register a set-top box in the
CONNECTIONS menu, you can also select an
‘AUTO STANDBY’ time for your set-top box. This
means that you can select if the connected
set-top box should switch to standby automatically.
The options are:
AFTER 0 MIN … The set-top box switches to standby
immediately when you select another source.
AFTER 30 MIN … The set-top box switches to
standby 30 minutes after you have selected
another source*.
AT TV STANDBY … The set-top box switches to
standby when you switch the television to
standby.
NEVER … The set-top box does not switch to
standby automatically.
FOLLOW TV … The set-top box switches on,
when you switch your television on and it
switches to standby, when you switch your
television to standby.
*If you switch the television to standby before the
30 minutes have passed, the set-top box is also
switched to standby.
Set-top boxes must be set up in accordance with
the documentation enclosed with them.
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>> Connect additional video equipment
Connect a Bang & Olufsen recorder
Disconnect all involved systems from the mains
before you connect external equipment.
BeoVision
> Connect one end of a 21-pin AV cable to the AV
socket on the rear of the recorder.
> Then run the cable to the AV1 socket on the
back of the television.
If the connection between the television and
recorder is lost or not connected appropriately,
then CONNECTION LOST appears on the screen
when you try to program a timed recording.
Restore the connection and try again.
Video recorder
Aerial connection
Use your external aerial connection (or cable
TV network connection) and the aerial cable
supplied with the video recorder.
> Connect the cable from your external aerial to
on the rear
the signal input socket marked
panel of the recorder.
> Direct the aerial signal to the television, using
the aerial cable supplied with the recorder.
> Plug one end into the socket marked ‘TV’ on
the recorder and the other end into the aerial
socket marked ‘TV IN’ on the television’s socket
panel.
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Connect a set-top box to a Bang &
Olufsen recorder
Disconnect all involved systems from the
mains before you connect external
equipment.
> Connect one end of a 21-pin AV cable to the
set-top box.
> Run the cable to the DECODER or AUX socket
on the back of Bang & Olufsen recorder.
> Use another 21-pin AV cable to connect the
video recorder to the AV1 socket on your
television.
> Connect the IR transmitter to one of the IR
OUTPUT sockets on the television.
> Fasten the IR transmitter to the IR receiver of
the set-top box.
Note: Only BeoCord V 8000 with software version
3.1 or higher can be connected this way. Please
contact your retailer, if you require further
information.
You must connect your set-top box to the video
recorder to be able to record set-top box
programs.
While recording from the set-top box, you cannot
watch a different set-top box program at the
same time.
BeoVision
Set-top box
Video recorder
Automatic standby …
When you register a set-top box in the
CONNECTIONS menu, you can also select an
‘AUTO STANDBY’ time for your set-top box. This
means that you can select if the connected settop box should switch to standby automatically.
The options are:
AFTER 0 MIN … The set-top box switches to
standby immediately when you select another
source.
AFTER 30 MIN … The set-top box switches to
standby 30 minutes after you have selected
another source*.
AT TV STANDBY … The set-top box switches to
standby when you switch the television to
standby.
NEVER … The set-top box does not switch to
standby automatically.
FOLLOW TV … The set-top box switches on,
when you switch your television on and it
switches to standby, when you switch your
television to standby.
*If you switch the television to standby before the
30 minutes have passed, the set-top box also
switches to standby.
Connect a projector for Home cinema
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You can turn your family room into a
Home cinema experience by
connecting a large-screen projector
to the television.
If your television is equipped with the
Cinema Control feature, you can
operate, for example, the lights and
blinds with the Beo4 remote control.
For further information, contact your
Bang & Olufsen retailer.
IR CONTROL OUT
For further information on
loudspeaker setup in connection with
a Home cinema setup, refer to the
chapter ‘Loudspeaker setup –
surround sound’ on page 42.
IR IN
PROJECTOR
If the screen covers your television when it is lowered, you must connect an additional IR receiver to
enable remote control of the television.
CINEMA CENTRE
IR CONTROL OUT
PROJECTOR
You can also connect an external centre speaker in front of the screen to ensure optimum sound
experience.
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Connect a projector
> Connect a low-power IR transmitter to one of
the IR CONTROL OUT sockets (C1–C4) on the
rear of the television and mount it near the IR
receiver on the projector; enabling Beo4 remote
control operation of the projector.
> Connect the projector to the PROJECTOR socket
of the television.
> Complete your projector setup.
If necessary, connect an IR receiver to the IR IN
socket on the television, and mount the IR receiver
as explained in the instructions enclosed with the
receiver.
For further information about the placement of
sockets, refer to the chapter ‘Socket panels’ on
page 32.
Switch to Home cinema …
Press repeatedly to display
FORMAT on Beo4
PROJECTOR
TYPE
SELECT
IR SOCKET
C4
store
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu.
CONNECTIONS is highlighted already.
> Press GO to bring up the CONNECTIONS menu.
> Press to move to the PROJECTOR and press
GO to bring up the PROJECTOR menu.
> Press to switch between the settings. To be
able to select a projector type, set the field to
‘SELECT’.
> Press to move to IR SOCKET and press or to
select the IR socket used for the projector.
> Press GO to store your setup, or …
> … press EXIT to exit the menu without storing.
> When you have set the ‘TYPE’ to ‘SELECT’ you
will be prompted to select your projector from
an on-screen list.
LIST
FORMAT
Press to switch between Home
cinema mode and ordinary TV
mode
0
Press to leave the format
function
EXIT
Register additional video equipment
40
If you connect additional video
equipment to your television, you
must register the equipment in the
CONNECTIONS menu.
When the system is first set up, the
equipment connected at that
particular moment is detected by the
television, and the CONNECTIONS
menu appears automatically on the
screen. If you connect equipment at
a later date, on a permanent basis,
then you must register this
equipment in the CONNECTIONS
menu.
For information about where and
how to connect extra equipment,
refer to the previous pages and the
chapter ‘Socket panels’ on page 32.
What is connected?
Registering the equipment connected to the
television enables you to activate it with the
Beo4 remote control.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CLOCK
GO
select BEOLINK
MENU LANGUAGE
AV1
AV2
select
GO
CONNECTIONS
AV1
V.MEM
AV2
NONE
AV3
NONE
AV4
NONE
CAMERA
NONE
PROJECTOR
NONE
select
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu.
CONNECTIONS is highlighted already.
> Press GO to call up the CONNECTIONS menu.
> Press or to step between the different
socket groups: AV1, AV2, AV3, AV4, CAMERA
and PROJECTOR.
> Press GO to be able to register a connected
product to the highlighted socket group.
> Press or to move between the sockets in
the group.
> Press or to register what you have
connected to the highlighted socket.
> Press GO to be able to select another socket
group.
> When you have completed your settings, press
STOP to back up through previous menus or
press EXIT to exit all menus directly.
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When you have connected additional video
equipment to your television, you must also
‘tell’ the system if you have made additional
connections, such as connecting a digital
sound input, a digital video signal or an IR
transmitter.
If you connect, for example, a BeoCord V 8000
or a HDR 1 and connect a set-top box to it, the
menu item APPEND SOURCE appears in the
AV1 menu, there you select STB and you must
then select which box you have connected.
For further information about the
CONNECTIONS menu, refer to the chapter
‘On-screen menus’ on page 60.
If, for some reason, you disconnect the extra
equipment and then disconnect the television from
the mains, you may have to register the equipment
again upon reconnection, even if you have not
changed your setup of extra equipment.
STB SETUP
NOKIA 96025
NOKIA 9820T
NOKIA 9850T
PACE DTR730-IM
SKY DIGITAL
SELECTOR
CANALdig DK/S/N
MACAB DCB-101
TPS 96573D
CANAL+ SAT r2
Planet PL 9000
CANALdigital I
ECHOSTAR 9000
CANALdigital E
TV BOX 1000-S
CANALdigital NL
NOKIA D-BOX
NOKIA D-BOX II
HUMAX F1-VACI
TechniBox CAM1
store
GO
If you have connected a set-top box, you will be
prompted to select your set-top box from an onscreen list when you select STB in the
CONNECTIONS menu.
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
42
Add four Power Link speakers to your
setup and a BeoLab 2 subwoofer and
you have a surround sound system.
A surround sound setup fits easily
into your living room. Let the picture
determine your ideal listening and
viewing position. You get the best
sound experience in the area created
by the speakers.
Enter the distances to each speaker in
a menu.
In a surround sound setup, you must
calibrate the speakers. To calibrate
means to set the balance between
speakers. Refer to the following
pages for further instruction.
For further information about Home
cinema and connecting a projector,
refer to the chapter ‘Connect a
projector for Home cinema’ on page
38.
Place external speakers
The four illustrations to the right show
examples of how you can place the television
and speakers in a surround sound setup.
The following guidelines apply for all speaker
setups:
– If you have two different sets of speakers, always
use your most powerful speakers as front
speakers.
– Place your speakers where you want them before
you connect them.
– Place your rear speakers on either side behind
your favourite listening position.
– You do not necessarily have to place the speakers
in the corners of the room.
– If you want to connect a BeoLab 2 subwoofer,
refer to the subwoofer’s own Guide.
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Connect speakers
Connect Bang & Olufsen speakers and a
BeoLab 2 subwoofer to the connection panel
at the back of the television. The speakers
must be Bang & Olufsen Power Link speakers.
L
R
FRONT
SUBWOOFER
To connect speakers …
> Use the cables enclosed with the speakers.
> Connect the two front speakers to the sockets
marked FRONT.
> Connect the two rear speakers to the sockets
marked REAR.
> Connect the subwoofer to the socket marked
SUBWOOFER.
L
You can loop the signals from speaker to speaker
(as described in the Guide enclosed with your
speakers), or you can connect each speaker to a
socket. Longer cables and adaptors are available
from your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
Remember to set the L – R – LINE switch on both
the front and rear set of speakers to L or R (left
and right channel) to indicate their position in
each set. Set the left speakers to L and the right
speakers to R.
R
REAR
SPEAKER TYPE
CENTRE
BEOLAB 7-2
CONFIGURATION
SINGLE
FRONT
BEOLAB 8000
REAR
BEOLAB 8000
SUBWOOFER
YES
EXT. CENTRE
BEOLAB 7-4
CONFIGURATION
SINGLE
store
GO
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press to highlight SOUND.
> Press GO to bring up the SOUND SETUP menu
and press to highlight SPEAKER TYPE.
> Press GO to bring up the SPEAKER TYPE menu.
> Press or to reveal your speaker type and to
move on to the next speaker set or
configuration. Choose NONE if no speakers are
connected.
> If you have a BeoLab 2 subwoofer, press to
move the cursor to SUBWOOFER and press to
change the field to YES.
> Press GO to store or EXIT to leave the menu
without storing.
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Set speaker distance
Switch on the television from your favourite
viewing position. Enter the straight-line
distances in metres between your position
and the individual speakers.
If you have connected one or a pair of
external centre speakers, and positioned
them in front of the screen for your Home
cinema setup (as illustrated to the far right,
the (A) position), you must enter the
distances from your Home cinema viewing
position too.
You do not have to enter a distance for a BeoLab 2
subwoofer, as the placement of a subwoofer has
little impact on the sound.
SPEAKER DISTANCE
CENTRE
1.0 M
LEFT FRONT
1.0 M
RIGHT FRONT
1.0 M
RIGHT REAR
1.0 M
LEFT REAR
1.0 M
LEFT FRONT
RIGHT FRONT
CENTRE
store
GO
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press to highlight SOUND.
> Press GO to bring up the SOUND SETUP menu
and press to highlight SPEAKER DISTANCE.
> Press GO to bring up the SPEAKER DISTANCE
menu.
> Press or to move the cursor from speaker
to speaker and press or to select the
approximate straight-line distance in metres
between your viewing position and each of the
speakers.
> When you have entered the appropriate speaker
distances, press GO to store or press EXIT to
leave the menu without storing.
To make settings for Home cinema …
> Press LIST until FORMAT is shown in the Beo4
display, then press 0 to activate your Home
cinema setup.
> Repeat the procedure above and enter the
appropriate speaker distances from your Home
cinema viewing position.
LEFT REAR
RIGHT REAR
A
B
If your setup includes two different viewing
positions, a Home cinema setup and a regular TV
viewing setup, you must make two different
settings. The two positions require different
settings as the speaker setup vary.
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Calibrate the sound level
When you have connected speakers in a
surround sound setup to the television, you
must perform a speaker calibration.
A calibration sound is produced alternately in
each of the speakers you have connected in
your surround sound setup. Your task is to
adjust the sound level from all the connected
speakers to match the sound level from the
centre speaker. You can choose whether you
want the sound sequence to occur
automatically or manually.
Once you have performed your speaker
calibration, you will only need to re-calibrate
the speaker sound if you make changes to the
setup, for example, if you move one or more
of the speakers.
SPEAKER LEVEL
SEQUENCE
AUTOMATIC
LEFT FRONT
........
RIGHT FRONT
........
RIGHT REAR
........
LEFT REAR
........
store
GO
It is not necessary to calibrate subwoofer sound in
a surround sound setup. If you still wish to adjust
subwoofer sound when your speaker calibration is
complete, refer to the section ‘Sound adjustments’
on page 46.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press to highlight SOUND.
> Press GO to bring up the SOUND SETUP menu
and press to highlight SPEAKER LEVEL.
> Press GO to bring up the SPEAKER LEVEL menu.
SEQUENCE is highlighted.
> Press or to choose between AUTOMATIC
and MANUAL.
> Press or to adjust the speaker sound and
or to move to another speaker.
> When you have adjusted the sound for all the
speakers in your surround sound setup, press
GO to store or press EXIT to leave the menu
without storing.
To make settings for Home cinema …
> Press LIST until FORMAT is shown in the Beo4
display, then press 0 to activate your Home
cinema setup.
> Repeat the procedure above and enter the
appropriate speaker distances from your Home
cinema viewing position.
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Sound adjustments
Sound settings are preset at the factory to
neutral values which suit most listening
situations. However, if you wish, you can
adjust these settings to your liking.
You can preset levels for sound volume, bass,
treble and a connected BeoLab 2 subwoofer.
You can switch the loudness feature on or off.
The loudness feature compensates for the
human ear’s lack of sensitivity to high and
low frequencies. These frequencies are
boosted at low volume levels so that low
music becomes more dynamic.
In addition you can preset two default
speaker combinations; one to be used each
time you switch on a video source in your
system, and one to be used each time you
switch on an audio source connected to your
system. You can still select a different speaker
combination any time you wish, refer to the
next page.
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
VOLUME
....... . . . . .
BASS
....... . . . . .
TREBLE
....... . . . . .
SUBWOOFER
....... . . . . .
LOUDNESS
NO
DEFAULT VIDEO
SPEAKER3
DEFAULT AUDIO
SPEAKER2
store
GO
Note that not all items are available if headphones
are connected.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press to highlight SOUND.
> Press GO to bring up the SOUND SETUP menu,
ADJUSTMENT is highlighted already.
> Press GO to bring up the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu.
> Press or to select an item to adjust.
> Press or to adjust the values or choose a
setting.
> Press or to move through menu items.
> Press EXIT to store your settings until you
switch off your television.
> Press GO to store your settings permanently.
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Choose a speaker combination
While you are watching a movie or
programme, you can choose the speaker
combination you wish to switch on, provided
that the various sound modes are available in
your system.
The television may switch on a speaker
combination automatically. This happens if a
programme or DVD contains information
about the number of speakers to be switched
on. You are still free to choose the speaker
combination you prefer.
Speaker combinations
SPEAKER 1 … Sound in the centre speaker only.
SPEAKER 2 … Stereo sound in the two front
speakers. The BeoLab 2 subwoofer is active.
SPEAKER 3 … The centre speaker, front speakers
and the BeoLab 2 subwoofer are active.
SPEAKER 4 … Enhanced stereo sound in the front
and rear speakers. The BeoLab 2 subwoofer is
active.
SPEAKER 5 … Surround sound from all speakers
including the BeoLab 2 subwoofer. For
programmes encoded in Surround Sound.
To choose a speaker combination via Beo4 …
> Press LIST on Beo4 until SPEAKER is shown in
the Beo4 display.
> Press the number of the speaker combination
you want. The selected speakers cut in
automatically.
> If you want to adjust the sound balance for the
programme you are watching, press or to
adjust the balance between the external front
and rear speakers, and press or to adjust
the balance between the left and right speakers.
> Press EXIT to remove SPEAKER from the Beo4
display and to return to the source you were
using.
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
See the name of the active sound
system
You can see the name of the active sound
system for a source or programme on the
screen. However, it is not possible to adjust or
preset a sound system.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press to highlight SOUND.
> Press GO to bring up the SOUND SETUP menu
and press to highlight SOUND SYSTEM.
> Press GO to bring up the SOUND SYSTEM
menu.
> Press EXIT to leave all menus.
SOUND SYSTEM
MONO / STEREO
accept
GO
BeoLink system
All your Bang & Olufsen products can
be connected in a BeoLink system.
This enables you to distribute sound
and picture from one central source
throughout the house.
Advanced operation, 3
All you need to know about using your television beyond daily use, such as how to
operate timed play and timed standby functions, a connected set-top box, and a
connected BeoCord V 8000 video tape recorder.
Tuning and preference settings, 13
Find out how to set up your television for the first time and tune in programs. This
chapter also contains information about settings for time, date, stand positions,
picture and sound.
Placement, sockets and connections, 27
Find out how to handle and place your television and where the sockets are placed.
Find out how to connect a decoder, set-top box or BeoCord V 8000 video tape
recorder to your television and how to register extra equipment. How to connect
speakers and how to turn your television into a surround sound system or Home
cinema, including how to choose speaker combinations.
BeoLink system, 49
•
•
•
•
•
Connect and operate an audio system, 50
Distribute sound and picture with BeoLink, 52
Your television in a link room, 54
Two televisions in the same room, 56
Customise Beo4, 58
On-screen menus, 60
Overview of the on-screen menus.
Index, 75
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Connect and operate an audio system
50
If you connect a compatible Bang &
Olufsen audio system to the
television using a Master Link cable,
you obtain the benefits of an
integrated audio/video system.
Play a CD on your audio system using
your television speakers, or switch on
a TV programme and send the sound
to your audio system speakers.
Your AV system can be placed
together in one room or in two
rooms with the television placed in
one room and the audio system with
a set of speakers placed in another.
Not all Bang & Olufsen audio systems
support integration with the television.
Connect your audio system to the television
MASTER
LINK
BeoVision
Using a BeoLink cable, connect the sockets
marked MASTER LINK on the television and
the audio system.
Option 2
Option 0
Option setting
If your television has been set up in an AV
system, you may need to set it to the correct
Option with Beo4. Switch the entire system
to standby first.
Option setting for the television
> While holding the • button on Beo4, press LIST.
> Let go of both buttons.
> Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
> Press LIST repeatedly to display V.OPT on Beo4
and then key in the appropriate number
(1, 2 or 4).
Option setting for the audio system
> While holding the • button on Beo4, press LIST.
> Let go of both buttons.
> Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
> Press LIST repeatedly to display A.OPT on Beo4
and then key in the appropriate number (0, 1, 2,
5 or 6).
The television and an audio system set up in one
room – all speakers are connected to the television.
Option 1
Option 1
You can choose to set up your television (with or
without additional speakers) and the audio system
(with a connected set of speakers) in the same
room.
Option 2
Option 2
You can choose to set up your audio system in one
room, and the television (with or without
additional speakers) in another.
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Use an integrated audio/video system
If you integrate your audio system and your
television, you can choose a speaker
combination appropriate to the current video
or audio program, and also record video
sound on the audio system.
Video sound recording
If you listen to sound from your television on your
Bang & Olufsen audio system’s speakers, and your
audio system has a tape recorder, you can record
television sound on the audio tape recorder. Refer
to the Guide enclosed with your audio system for
further information.
To listen to sound from a television source on your
audio system speakers without switching on the
screen, press LIST repeatedly to display AV* on
Beo4, and then press a source button, such as TV.
LIST
AV
TV
To listen to sound from a television source on your
audio system speakers with the screen switched
on, press TV, press LIST repeatedly to display AV*,
and then press TV again.
TV
LIST
AV
TV
To listen to audio sound on the television speakers,
press LIST repeatedly to display AV* on Beo4, and
then press an audio source button, such as CD.
LIST
AV
CD
*In order to display AV on Beo4, you must first add
it to the Beo4 list of functions. For further
information, refer to the chapter ‘Customise Beo4’
on page 58.
Distribute sound and picture with BeoLink
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The BeoLink system makes it possible
to distribute picture and/or sound to
other rooms throughout the house.
Link connections
For example, you can connect your
television in the living room to
another video system or set of
speakers in another room, thereby
making it possible to ‘move’ the
picture or sound to other rooms.
MASTER
LINK
TV IN
If you have a BeoLink distribution
system installed, you can either use
your television in the main room,
such as a living room, or in a link
room, such as a study or bedroom.
Under certain circumstances, it may
be necessary to enter modulator
settings.
To the MASTER LINK socket on the link
room system
LINK TV
OUT
Video signal distribution to link rooms
RF Link
Amplifier
The main room system must be connected to
the link room system with a Master Link
cable:
> Connect the Master Link cable to the socket
marked MASTER LINK on the television.
> If you want to distribute video signals as well,
connect an ordinary aerial cable to the socket
marked LINK TV OUT on the television. Then
run the aerial cable to the RF Link Amplifier and
the Master Link cable to the link room. Follow
the instructions enclosed with the link room
equipment.
NOTE! Groups made on a television in a main
room cannot be accessed from a link room
television.
If an audio system is already connected to the
Master Link socket and you wish to connect more
equipment, the Master Link cable must be split in
two and joined with the cable from the link room
using a special junction box. Contact your Bang &
Olufsen retailer for assistance.
Digital audio and video signals cannot be
distributed from a main room television to the link
room system.
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System modulator
Link frequency
If you have an audio setup, such as a BeoLink
Active/Passive, and you choose to set up a
non-linkable television in the same room, you
must set the system modulator to ON. The
factory setting is OFF, which must be used if
you are using a linkable Bang & Olufsen
television.
If, for example, a TV program in your area is
broadcasted on the same frequency as the
factory setting for the BeoLink system; 599
MHz, you must tune the system modulator to
an unoccupied frequency. When you change
the link frequency in the main room system,
make sure that the link frequency in the link
room system corresponds to it.
TV SETUP
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
LINK FREQUENCY
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
FREQUENCY
select
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
FREQUENCY
select
GO
select
select
FREQUENCY
ON
store
GO
LINK FREQUENCY
MODULATOR SETUP
MODULATOR
GO
GO
GO
To switch on the system modulator …
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu,
and press to highlight LINK FREQUENCY.
> Press twice, followed by GO. The
MODULATOR SETUP menu appears.
> Press or to reveal ON.
> Press GO to store the setting, or …
> … press EXIT to leave all menus without
storing.
599
search
store
GO
To change the link frequency …
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu and
press to highlight LINK FREQUENCY.
> Press GO to bring up the LINK FREQUENCY
menu. FREQUENCY is already highlighted.
> Press or to find an unused frequency.
> Press GO to store the setting, or …
> … press EXIT to leave all menus without
storing.
Your television in a link room
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If you have BeoLink installed in your
home and you choose to place your
television in a link room, you can
operate all connected systems
through the television.
You must follow the procedure described
below when you connect your television
for use in a link room:
1 Connect the link room television to the
mains
2 Using the Beo4 remote control,
program the link room television to
Option 6*
3 Disconnect the link room television
from the mains
4 Make the necessary connections
5 Reconnect the link room television to
the mains.
*If you connect the television for use in a link room
where other link systems are already connected,
such as speakers, you must set the television to
Option 5 instead.
Option setting
For your entire system to function properly, it
is essential that the television in the link
room is set to the correct Option before you
connect it to the system in the main room!
> While holding the • button, press LIST.
> Let go of both buttons.
> Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
> Press LIST repeatedly to display V.OPT on Beo4
and press 6*.
Main room
Link room
Option 6
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Link room operation
When you are in the link room, you can
operate all connected systems with the Beo4
remote control.
Use sources present only in
one of the rooms …
Press the button for the source
you wish to use
RADIO
Operate the selected source as
usual
Use a main room source –
source type present in both
rooms …
Press repeatedly on Beo4 until
LINK* is shown in the Beo4
display
Press the button for the source
you wish to use
LIST
Operate the source as usual
Main room
Press to switch on the television
TV
Press repeatedly until AV* is
shown in the Beo4 display
LIST
Press to activate a source
connected to the main room
system, such as a set-top box
DTV
Link room
AV
LINK
TV
While using this function,
distribution of other main room
sources to other link room
systems is not possible.
Operate the source as usual
Use a link room source –
source type present in both
rooms …
Press the button for the source
you wish to use
Listen to stereo sound in your
link room …
Usually sound distributed from a
main room video source, such as
a set-top box, to the link room is
transmitted in mono. However,
you can select stereo sound:
TV
*In order to display LINK and AV on Beo4, you
must first add them to the Beo4 list of functions.
For further information, refer to the chapter
‘Customise Beo4’ on page 58.
Two televisions in the same room
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If you have placed your BeoVision 7
in a room where you already have a
Bang & Olufsen television, and
commands from Beo4 can be
received by both televisions, you
must change the option setting of
BeoVision 7. This prevents
simultaneous activation of both
televisions.
One remote control for both
televisions
For your television to function properly, it is
essential that the television is set to the
correct Option:
To set your television for Option 4 …
> While holding the • button on Beo4, press LIST.
> Let go of both buttons.
> Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
> Press LIST repeatedly to display V.OPT on Beo4
and press 4.
Operate your television in Option 4 …
Normally, you can activate a source, such as
TV, simply by pressing the relevant source
button on Beo4. However, when you set your
television to Option 4, you must do the
following:
> Press LIST repeatedly until LINK* is shown in
the Beo4 display.
> Press a source button, such as TV.
*In order to display LINK on Beo4, you must add it to
the Beo4 list of functions. For further information,
refer to the chapter ‘Customise Beo4’ on page 58
BeoVision 7
Option 4
LIST
LINK
TV
TV
In order to use teletext on a television you have
set to Option 4, you must set up Beo4 to
‘VIDEO 3’, but this limits the Beo4 functions that
can be used with televisions set to other Options.
For further information refer to the chapter
‘Customise Beo4’ on page 58.
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Customise Beo4
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The Beo4 buttons give direct remote
control of a large number of
television functions, and the Beo4
display gives you access to even more
functions.
Whenever a source is displayed on
Beo4 (TV, RADIO, etc.), you can press
the LIST button and bring up extra
functions in the display to help you
operate that source, just as if you
were calling up extra buttons. You
can also switch on extra equipment
connected to your television.
You can customise a new Beo4 to suit
your television, and change the order
in which these extra functions appear
when you call them up.
Note that Beo4 contains a list of all of
Bang & Olufsen’s extra audio and
video functions, but only those
functions supported by the television
work when you call them up in the
Beo4 display.
Set up Beo4
Add an extra ‘button’
The Beo4 is set up for use with BeoVision 7
from the factory. However, if you buy a new
Beo4 you can set this up for your television
also.
When you add a new function to the Beo4
list, you can then bring up this new ‘button’
in the Beo4 display.
Press and hold the standby
button down
•
Press and hold the standby
button down
•
Press to get access to the Beo4
setup function
LIST
Press to get access to the Beo4
setup function
LIST
Let go of both buttons. ADD?
appears in the display
ADD?
Press repeatedly to display
CONFIG? on Beo4
LIST
Press to be able to select the
type of configuration
GO
Press repeatedly to display
VIDEO? on Beo4
LIST
Press to get access to the video
configuration
GO
Press repeatedly to display
VIDEO 4 on Beo4*
LIST
Press to store the configuration
GO
STORED appears, indicating that
the configuration has been
stored. You leave the Beo4 setup
function automatically
*If you have set your television to
Option 4, select ‘VIDEO 3’.
CONFIG?
VIDEO?
Let go of both buttons. ADD?
appears in the display
Press to bring up the list of
available ‘buttons’ to add from.
The first ‘button’ appears in the
display, it flashes on and off
ADD?
GO
Press to move forwards or
backwards in the list of all extra
‘buttons’
Press to add and place the
‘button’ on its preset position or
as the first ‘button’ in the list,
or …
GO
… press to insert the ‘button’ at
a specific position in the list
1–9
VIDEO 4
STORED
ADDED appears, indicating that
the ‘button’ has been added.
You leave the Beo4 setup
function automatically
ADDED
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Move extra ‘buttons’
Remove an extra ‘button’
You can rearrange the order in which the
extra ‘buttons’ appear when you press LIST.
You can remove any of the extra ‘buttons’
that are available when you press LIST.
Press and hold the standby
button down
•
Press and hold the standby
button down
•
Press to get access to the Beo4
setup function
LIST
Press to get access to the Beo4
setup function
LIST
GO
Let go of both buttons. ADD?
appears in the display
ADD?
Press repeatedly to display
MOVE? on Beo4
LIST
Press to bring up the list of extra
‘buttons’. The first ‘button’
appears in the display
GO
MOVE?
… press to move the ‘button’ to
a specific position in the list
MOVED appears, indicating that
the ‘button’ has been moved.
You leave the Beo4 setup
function automatically
ADD?
Press repeatedly to display
REMOVE? on Beo4
LIST
Press to bring up the list of extra
‘buttons’. The first ‘button’
appears in the display
GO
REMOVE?
Press to move forwards or
backwards in the list of extra
’buttons’
Press to move forwards or
backwards in the list of extra
’buttons’
Press to move and place the
displayed ‘button’ as the first in
the list, or …
Let go of both buttons. ADD?
appears in the display
GO
1–9
Press to remove the ‘button’
shown in the display
REMOVED appears, indicating
that the ‘button’ has been
removed. You leave the Beo4
setup function automatically
3
Add an extra ‘button’ to Beo4, either to the top of
the list or to a specific position.
GO
REMOVED
GO
3
MOVED
Move extra ‘buttons’, either to the top of the list
or to a specific position.
On-screen menus
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In order for you to find your way
through the on-screen menus your
television offers, this chapter
illustrates the overall structure of the
menu system.
The chapter also gives you detailed
information about the individual
menus which offer numerous settingup and adjustment options.
PROGRAM GROUPS
SOUND
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
TUNING
VOLUME
EDIT PROGRAMS
BASS
TREBLE
ADD PROGRAMS
SUBWOOFER
AUTO TUNING
LOUDNESS
DEFAULT VIDEO
MANUAL TUNING
SEARCH
FREQUENCY
PROGRAM NUMBER
NAME
The menus available when you select
DVD are shown on the next page.
EXTRA
FINE TUNE
DECODER
TV SYSTEM
SOUND
LINK FREQUENCY
DEFAULT AUDIO
SPEAKER TYPE
SPEAKER DISTANCE
SPEAKER LEVEL
SOUND SYSTEM
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
FREQUENCY
COLOUR
FINE TUNE
TINT
MODULATOR ON/OFF
PLAY TIMER
TIMER ON/OFF
TIMER INDEX
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING
SOURCE
PROGRAM
CLOCK
TIME
DATE
MONTH
YEAR
SYNCHRONISE
SHOW CLOCK
MENU LANGUAGE
START TIME
DANSK
STOP TIME
DEUTSCH
DAYS
WAKE UP TIMER
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
OPTIONS
CONNECTIONS
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
CAMERA
PROJECTOR
The extended on-screen menu system for the
television. The presence of the greyed menu items
depends on whether these optional extras are
available in your system.
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
STAND POSITIONS
VIDEO
AUDIO
STANDBY
Press MENU on Beo4 to access the main menu.
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Initial Settings
Play Mode
A-B Repeat
Digital Output
A (Start Point)
Dolby Digital Out
B (End Point)
DTS Out
Off
Repeat
Video Output
TV Screen
Title Repeat
Component Out
Chapter Repeat
AV Connector Out
Repeat Off
Random
Language
Audio Language
Random Title
Subtitle Language
Random Chapter
DVD Menu Language
Random Off
Subtitle Display
Search Mode
Title Search
The extended on-screen menu system for the DVD
player.
Display
OSD Language
Chapter Search
On-Screen Display
Time Search
Angle Indicator
Options
Parental Lock
DivX VOD
Disc Navigator
Press DVD, then the yellow button, then 3 on
Beo4 to access the menu system.
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>> On-screen menus
PROGRAM GROUPS
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
GROUP1
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
name
new group
move
create group
GO
What’s on the PROGRAM GROUPS menu …
You can create program Groups, name them and
copy individual TV programs into the Groups.
For further information, refer to the chapter ‘Use
Groups’ on page 14 in the Guide.
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
ADD TV PROGRAM
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
........
........
CNN
N3
........
SAT 1
SVT 2
NRK
TV4
........
NRK
TV4
more
name
move
What’s on the EDIT PROGRAMS menu …
When the EDIT PROGRAMS menu appears on the
screen you have several options: You can move
the TV programs to change the order in which
they appear on the TV list. You can delete
unwanted TV programs and you can name or
rename all your TV programs.
For further information, refer to the chapter ‘Edit
tuned TV programs’ on page 16.
start
What’s on the ADD PROGRAM menu …
The ADD PROGRAM function is automatic. When
tuning of additional programs is complete, the
EDIT PROGRAMS menu appears automatically.
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........
TV MANUAL TUNING
TV MANUAL TUNING
TV AUTO TUNING
1
SEARCH
...
FINE TUNE
0
FREQUENCY
210
DECODER
OFF
PROGRAM NUMBER
1
TV SYSTEM
B/G
NAME
DR1
SOUND
STEREO
EXTRA
DELETES PROGRAM GROUPS
start
What’s on the AUTO TUNING menu …
The AUTO TUNING function is automatic. When
tuning of all programs is complete, the EDIT
PROGRAMS menu appears.
start
store
GO
What’s on the TV MANUAL TUNING menu …
SEARCH … Start search tuning.
FREQUENCY … Select a frequency to tune in.
PROGRAM NUMBER … Store or change program
number. You can store 99 programs.
NAME … Access the naming menu and name the
program you have selected.
EXTRA … Access the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu.
accept
GO
What’s on the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu …
FINE TUNE … Fine tune the frequency of a
program or tuned program. You can fine tune
within the range of -8 – +8.
(DECODER) … A decoder is necessary for the
reception of coded programs. Usually the
decoder is detected automatically during tuning,
but it can be selected via this menu option. Set
DECODER to one of following options: ON (for
decoder on) or OFF (for no decoder).
(TV SYSTEM) … TV broadcast system – this option
is only available on certain types of TV sets, as
the TV broadcast system is usually selected
automatically.
SOUND (mono, stereo or language) … Several
types of sound may be available for different
programs, mono, stereo or different languages.
On the relevant program or frequency select the
options MONO (FM / NICAM mono sound),
STEREO (NICAM / A2 stereo sound), MONO1
(mono language 1), MONO2 (mono language 2),
MONO3 (mono language 3), or STEREO2 (stereo
language 2).
Even though you store a type of sound/language,
you can switch between the various types while
watching a TV programme. For further information,
refer to the chapter ‘Surround sound and Home
cinema’ on page 10 in the Guide.
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>> On-screen menus
MODULATOR SETUP
LINK FREQUENCY
FREQUENCY
599
FINE TUNE
0
MODULATOR
TV RECORD
ON
NOW
TELETEXT
RECORD LIST
MENU
BBC
search
store
GO
What’s on the LINK FREQUENCY menu …
FREQUENCY … Indicates the frequency used for
Link transmission.
FINE TUNE … Used for fine tuning the Link
frequency. (Only appears when your television
is set up for use in a link room).
store
GO
What’s on the MODULATOR SETUP menu …
MODULATOR … Indicates whether or not the
modulator is activated automatically. Options
are ON or OFF.
select
GO
What’s on the TV RECORD menu …
NOW … Use this option to make an instant
recording. Or, press RECORD twice to make an
instant recording.
TELETEXT … Use this option to make a timed
recording via teletext.
RECORD LIST … Use this option to check or delete
your recordings.
MENU … Use this option to make a timed
recording via the recording menu.
This menu is only available if a BeoCord V 8000
or HDR 1 is connected to your television.
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TV
PROGRAM
18 BBC
START TIME
15:40
STOP TIME
16:40
DAYS
M . . TF . S
PLAY TIMER
PLAY TIMER INDEX
TIMER PROGRAMMING
SOURCE
15:40-16:40
BBC
TV 18
M . . TF . .
6:00 - 7:00
ZDF
TV 3
MTWTF . .
20:00-22:00
CNN
TV 15
MT . . . S .
TIMER
ON
...
store
GO
What’s on the TIMER PROGRAMMING menu …
SOURCE
Depending upon the option you choose, SOURCE
indicates either that a specific source is to be
switched on or off. Options are:
TV… To switch on the TV.
(GROUPS) … If you have created Groups of
programs and selected a Group as your source
before entering Timer settings, you can select a
program from this group as the source for the
timed play function.
STB(DTV) … To switch on a connected set-top box.
STB(V.AUX) … To switch on a connected
set-top box.
V.MEM … To switch on a connected HDR 1 or
video tape recorder.
DVD … To switch on the DVD player.
CD … To switch on a connected CD player.
N. MUSIC, N. RADIO… For access to music files
stored on a PC or to Internet radio sites. For
further information about these sources, consult
your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
A.MEM … To switch on a connected audio
recorder.
RADIO … To switch on a connected radio.
STANDBY … To switch the television off. If you
have other compatible video or audio systems
connected to your television, they are switched
off as well.
delete
edit
GO
PROGRAM (Program number) … Once your
source is chosen, choose the program number
you want.
START TIME and STOP TIME … Key in the times
when you want the system to start and/or stop
playing. If you have set the Timer source to
STANDBY, it is only possible to enter a stop time.
DAYS … Select the specific weekday(s) on which
you want your Timer executed. All the weekdays
will be displayed – starting with M for Monday.
You can only use a source, such as A.MEM, if it is
present in your setup.
store
GO
What’s on the TIMER ON/OFF menu …
Select ON to make the television participate in a
Play Timer or Standby Timer, and select OFF not to
include the television in a Timer.
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>> On-screen menus
AV1
STAND POSTIONS
VIDEO
SOURCE
V.MEM
APPEND SOURCE
NONE
AUDIO SOCKET
NONE
IR SOCKET
NONE
HDTV
NO
AUDIO
STANDBY
select
GO
What’s on the STAND POSITIONS menu …
VIDEO … Select the position you want the
television to turn to when you switch on a video
source.
AUDIO … Select the position you want the
television to turn to when you switch on an
audio source*.
STANDBY … Select the position you want the
television to turn to when it is switched off.
*This only applies if no external speakers are
connected to the television.
This menu is only available if your television is
equipped with an optional motorised stand.
NOTE! If your television is equipped with the HDready feature, a third option for the menu item
‘HDTV’ is available. This option is ‘DVI-I’.
store
GO
What’s on the AV1 menu …
SOURCE … Select the source you have connected
to the AV1 socket. Options are:
NONE … if nothing is connected.
V.MEM … for a connected HDR 1 or video tape
recorder.
DVD2 … for a connected DVD player or
recorder.
STB(DTV) … for a connected set-top box
(registered as DTV).
STB(V.AUX) … for a connected set-top box
(registered as V.AUX).
PC … for a connected PC.
APPEND SOURCE … if you have connected a
BeoCord V 8000 or HDR 1, and you have
connected additional video equipment to it, it
must be registered here. Options are:
STB(DTV)… for a set-top box (registered as DTV).
STB(V.AUX)… for a set-top box (registered as
V.AUX).
DVD2… for DVD player or recorder.
DECODER… for a connected decoder.
NONE… if nothing is connected.
AUDIO SOCKET … Select which audio socket you
have used for the source. Options are: A1, A2,
A3, A4 or NONE.
IR SOCKET … Select which IR OUT socket you
have used for the source. Options are: C1, C2,
C3, C4 or NONE.
HDTV … If the source connected to this AV socket
delivers HDTV, select which socket is used for
HDTV; Options are: YPbPr or NO.
If you have connected HD equipment to your
television, some video functions are affected:
– The Set-top Box Controller menu described
on page 8 does not appear;
– If you have selected FORMAT 2 for letter-box
pictures as described on page 11 in the
Guide, you cannot scroll the picture up or
down;
– You cannot distribute sound or picture from
a HD source to a product in a link room;
– You cannot record an HD source, unless your
HD equipment also provides a Standard
Definition (SD) signal;
– You cannot select the HD source when using
the P-AND-P function described on page 9 in
the Guide.
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AV2
AV3
AV4
SOURCE
STB (DTV)
SOURCE
STB (DTV)
SOURCE
PC
AUDIO SOCKET
NONE
AUDIO SOCKET
NONE
AUDIO SOCKET
NONE
IR SOCKET
C1
IR SOCKET
C1
IR SOCKET
C1
HDTV
YPbPr
HDTV
NONE
HDTV
NONE
store
GO
What’s on the AV2 menu …
SOURCE … Select the source you have connected
to the AV2 socket. Options are:
NONE … if nothing is connected.
V.MEM … for a connected video tape recorder
or non-Bang & Olufsen hard disc recorder.
DVD2 … for a connected DVD player or
recorder.
V.AUX … for other equipment (registered as
V.AUX).
V.AUX2 … for other equipment (registered as
V.AUX2).
STB(DTV) … for a connected set-top box
(registered as DTV).
STB(V.AUX) … for a connected set-top box
(registered as V.AUX).
DECODER … for a connected decoder.
PC … for a connected PC.
AUDIO SOCKET … Select which audio socket you
have used for the connected source, if any.
Options are: A1, A2, A3, A4 or NONE.
IR SOCKET … Select which IR OUT socket you
have used for the connected source. Options
are: C1, C2, C3, C4 or NONE.
HDTV … If the source connected to this AV socket
delivers HDTV, select which socket is used for
HDTV; Options are: YPbPr or NO.
store
GO
What’s on the AV3 menu …
SOURCE … Select the source you have connected
to the AV3 socket. Options are:
NONE … if nothing is connected.
DVD2 … for a connected DVD player or
recorder.
V.AUX … for other equipment (registered as
V.AUX).
V.AUX2 … for other equipment (registered as
V.AUX2).
STB(DTV) … for a connected set-top box
(registered as DTV).
STB(V.AUX) … for a connected set-top box
(registered as V.AUX).
PC … for a connected PC.
AUDIO SOCKET … Select which audio socket you
have used for the connected source, if any.
Options are: A1, A2, A3, A4 or NONE.
IR SOCKET … Select which IR OUT socket you
have used for the connected source. Options
are: C1, C2, C3, C4 or NONE.
HDTV … If the source connected to this AV socket
delivers HDTV, select which socket is used for
HDTV; Options are: YPbPr or NO.
store
GO
What’s on the AV4 menu …
SOURCE … Select the source you have connected
to the AV4 socket. Options are:
NONE … if nothing is connected.
STB(DTV) … for a connected set-top box
(registered as DTV).
STB(V.AUX) … for a connected set-top box
(registered as V.AUX).
PC … for a connected PC.
AUDIO SOCKET … Select which audio socket you
have used for the connected source, if any.
Options are: A1, A2, A3, A4 or NONE.
IR SOCKET … Select which IR OUT socket you
have used for the connected source. Options
are: C1, C2, C3, C4 or NONE.
HDTV … If the source connected to this AV socket
delivers HDTV, select which socket is used for
HDTV; Options are: YPbPr or NO.
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>> On-screen menus
CAMERA
PROJECTOR
PICTURE
SOURCE
CAMERA
TYPE
SELECT
AUDIO SOCKET
NONE
IR SOCKET
C4
IR SOCKET
NONE
HDTV
NONE
store
GO
What’s on the CAMERA menu …
SOURCE … Select the source you have connected
to the CAMERA socket. Options are:
NONE … Select this option if nothing is
connected.
STB(V.AUX) … Select this option if you have
connected a set-top box. The set-top box can
then be activated by means of V.AUX on Beo4.
PC… Select this option if you have connected a
PC to this socket. REMEMBER to switch off all
equipment before connecting the PC – See
page 33. PC can then be activated by means of
PC on Beo4.
CAMERA … Select this option if you have
connected a digital camera (or a Camcorder).
The camera can then be activated by means of
CAMERA on Beo4.
HDTV … If the source connected to this AV socket
delivers HDTV, select which socket is used for
HDTV; Options are: YPbPr or NO.
NOTE! If your television is equipped with the HDready feature, a third option for the menu item
‘HDTV’ is available. This option is ‘DVI-I’.
store
BRIGHTNESS
GO
What’s on the PROJECTOR menu …
TYPE … Select which type of projector is
connected.
IR SOCKET … Select which IR OUT socket you
have used for the connected projector. Options
are: C1, C2, C3 and C4.
........
CONTRAST
........
COLOUR
........
store
GO
What’s on the PICTURE menu …
BRIGHTNESS … Adjusts the picture brightness.
CONTRAST … Adjusts the contrast level in the
picture.
COLOUR … Adjusts the colour intensity in the
picture.
For video sources using the NTSC signal, a fourth
option – Tint (colour shade or nuance) – will be
available for adjustment.
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CLOCK
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
MENU LANGUAGE
VOLUME
....... . . . . .
TIME
20:00
DANSK
BASS
....... . . . . .
DATE
23
DEUTSCH
TREBLE
....... . . . . .
MONTH
APR
ENGLISH
SUBWOOFER
....... . . . . .
YEAR
2001
ESPAÑOL
LOUDNESS
NO
SYNCHRONISE
YES
FRANÇAIS
DEFAULT VIDEO
SPEAKER3
SHOW CLOCK
YES
ITALIANO
DEFAULT AUDIO
SPEAKER2
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
store
GO
What’s on the SOUND ADJUSTMENT menu …
VOLUME … Adjusts the volume level the TV uses
when you switch it on.
BASS … Adjusts the bass level.
TREBLE … Adjusts the treble level.
SUBWOOFER … (only available if you have
connected a BeoLab 2 subwoofer) Adjusts the
sound level from the subwoofer.
LOUDNESS … The loudness feature compensates
for the human ear’s lack of sensitivity to high
and low frequencies. These frequencies are
boosted at low volume levels so that low music
becomes more dynamic. Loudness can be set to
YES or NO.
DEFAULT VIDEO … Set the speaker combination
you want to use when switching on a video
source in your system.
DEFAULT AUDIO … Set the speaker combination
you want to use when switching on an audio
source in your system Refer to page 47 for
further information on speaker combinations.
store
GO
What’s on the CLOCK menu …
TIME … Indicates the time.
DATE … Indicates the day.
MONTH … Indicates the month.
YEAR … Indicates the year.
SYNCHRONISE … For synchronisation of the builtin clock with teletext.
SHOW CLOCK … Choose YES if you want the
time to be shown in the display permanently.
select
accept
GO
What’s on the MENU LANGUAGE menu …
Choose between the available languages.
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>> On-screen menus
SPEAKER DISTANCE
SPEAKER TYPE
HDTV SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
31
CENTRE
BEOLAB 7-2
CENTRE
1.0 M
CONTRAST
31
CONFIGURATION
SINGLE
LEFT FRONT
1.0 M
COLOUR
31
FRONT
BEOLAB 8000
RIGHT FRONT
1.0 M
VOLUME
40
REAR
BEOLAB 8000
RIGHT REAR
1.0 M
LEFT REAR
1.0 M
SUBWOOFER
YES
EXT. CENTRE
BEOLAB 7-4
CONFIGURATION
SINGLE
store
What’s on the HDTV SETUP menu …
BRIGHTNESS … Adjusts the picture brightness.
CONTRAST … Adjusts the contrast level in the
picture.
COLOUR … Adjusts the colour intensity in the
picture.
VOLUME … Adjusts the volume.
This menu is only available, if you have connected
a source to the DVI-I socket, registered it in the
‘CONNECTIONS’ menu and activated the source.
GO
What’s on the SPEAKER TYPE menu …
CENTRE … Select your centre speaker.
CONFIGURATION … Indicate whether one or two
speakers are connected.
FRONT … Select your front speakers.
REAR … Select your rear speakers.
SUBWOOFER … Indicate whether you have
connected a BeoLab 2 subwoofer. Options are
YES and NO.
EXT. CENTRE … Select your external centre
speaker, or set to NONE if no external centre
speaker is connected.
CONFIGURATION … Indicate whether one or two
speakers are connected.
store
GO
What’s on the SPEAKER DISTANCE menu …
CENTRE … Select the approximate straight-line
distance in metres between your viewing
position and the television centre speaker.
LEFT FRONT … Select the approximate straightline distance in metres between your viewing
position and the left front speaker.
RIGHT FRONT … Select the approximate straightline distance in metres between your viewing
position and the right front speaker.
RIGHT REAR … Select the approximate straightline distance in metres between your viewing
position and the right rear speaker.
LEFT REAR … Select the approximate straight-line
distance in metres between your viewing
position and the left rear speaker.
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Play Mode
SOUND SYSTEM
SPEAKER LEVEL
SEQUENCE
AUTOMATIC
LEFT FRONT
........
RIGHT FRONT
........
RIGHT REAR
........
LEFT REAR
........
store
MONO / STEREO
A-B Repeat
A (Start Point)
Repeat
B (End Point)
Random
Off
Search Mode
GO
What’s on the SPEAKER LEVEL menu …
LEFT FRONT … Adjusts the sound level from your
left front speaker.
RIGHT FRONT … Adjusts the sound level from
your right front speaker.
RIGHT REAR … Adjusts the sound level from your
right rear speaker.
LEFT REAR … Adjusts the sound level from your
left rear speaker.
… the two sound sequence options
AUTOMATIC … If you select the automatic
sequence, the sound shifts automatically between
the external speakers every 2–3 seconds. To
adjust the speaker levels you must move the
cursor to the speaker you want to adjust first.
MANUAL … If you select the manual sequence, the
sound follows the speaker you highlight on the
menu. You can then adjust the sound accordingly.
When the cursor is placed on SEQUENCE you
hear sound in the centre speaker.
accept
GO
What’s on the SOUND SYSTEM menu …
Sound systems that can appear in the menu are:
DOLBY 3 STEREO, DOLBY PRO LOGIC, DOLBY
DIGITAL, DOLBY D + PRO LOGIC, DTS DIGITAL
SURROUND, MONO/STEREO.
This menu is only available if speakers are
connected in a surround sound system.
What’s on the A–B Repeat menu …
The A–B repeat function allows you to specify two
points on a disc that form a loop to be played over
and over.
When you select the start or end point in the menu,
the current playback point is stored.
Select Off when you no longer wish to repeat
playback of the selected section of the disc.
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>> On-screen menus
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
A-B Repeat
Title Repeat
A-B Repeat
Random Title
A-B Repeat
Title Search
Repeat
Chapter Repeat
Repeat
Random Chapter
Repeat
Chapter Search
Random
Repeat Off
Random
Random Off
Random
Time Search
Search Mode
Search Mode
What’s on the Repeat menu …
The Repeat function allows you to repeat a title,
chapter or track on a disc over and over.
What’s on the Random menu …
The Random function allows you to play titles,
chapters or tracks on a disc in random order.
When you select a title, chapter or track in the
menu, the current one is stored.
Select Random Off when you no longer wish to
repeat playback of the selected section of the disc.
Select Repeat Off when you no longer wish to
repeat playback of the selected section of the disc.
Search Mode
What’s on the Search Mode menu …
The Search Mode function allows you to search
through a disc, either by searching for a specific
title or chapter, or by searching for a moment in
elapsed time on a disc.
Use the number buttons to move to this point in
time.
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Initial Settings
Initial Settings
Initial Settings
Digital Audio Out
Dolby Digital Out
Dolby Digital
Digital Audio Out
TV Screen
16:9 (Wide)
Digital Audio Out
Audio Language
Video Output
DTS Out
DTS
Video Output
Component Out
Interlace
Video Output
Subtitle Language
English
Language
Language
AV Connector Out
RGB
Language
DVD Menu Lang.
English
Display
Display
Display
Subtitle Display
On
Options
Options
Options
What’s on the Digital Audio Out menu …
Dolby Digital Out … Options are Dolby Digital
and Dolby Digital >PCM, which is two channel
stereo sound.
DTS Out … Options are DTS and DTS > PCM,
which is two channel stereo sound.
What’s on the Video Output menu …
TV Screen … Select a picture format for your
television. Options are 4:3 (Letter Box)*, 4:3
(Pan&Scan) and 16:9 (Wide).
Component Out … Options are Interlace and
Progressive. Select Progressive. Only change to
Interlace, if you change AV Connector Out to
Video.
AV Connector Out … Options are Video,
S-Video and RGB. Select RGB for best quality.
*In ‘4:3 (Letter Box)’ the film is shown with black
bars at the top and bottom of the screen.
English
What’s on the Language menu …
Audio Language … Select the language for
audio playback from the languages shown, and
if your preferred language is available on your
DVDs, then audio playback will be in that
language.
Subtitle language … Select your preferred
subtitle language from the languages shown,
and if your preferred language is available on
your DVDs, then subtitles will be shown in that
language*.
DVD Menu Language … Select your preferred
language for the disc menus from the available
languages shown, and if your preferred language
is available on your DVDs, then the disc menus
will be in that language.
Subtitle display … Select whether or not
subtitles are to be displayed during playback.
*Some DVDs will require you to choose a subtitle
language from a disc menu, even if you have
previously selected a default subtitle language
from the ‘Language’ menu.
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>> On-screen menus
Initial Settings
Disc Navigator
Initial Settings
Digital Audio Out
OSD Language
English
Digital Audio Out
Parental Lock
Video Output
On Screen Display
On
Video Output
DivX VOD
Language
Angle Indicator
On
Language
Display
Display
Options
Options
What’s on the Display menu …
OSD Language … Select the language for the
menus from the languages shown.
On Screen Display … Select whether or not
status displays are to be shown on the screen.
Options are On and Off.
Angle Indicator … Select whether or not you
wish the camera icon to appear on the screen
during scenes with multiple camera angles.
Options are On and Off.
Off (us)
What’s on the Options menu …
Parental Lock … Some DVDs feature a Parental
Lock level. If you specify a level lower than the
one contained on the disc, the disc will not play
unless your pincode is entered.
Some discs also support the Country Code feature.
This means that the player does not play certain
scenes on the disc, depending on the Country
Code you set.
Before you can set the Parental Lock level or the
Country Code, you must enter a pincode. You can
change the pincode at any time in the Parental
Lock menu.
Menus for the pincode, Parental Lock level and
Country Code appear when you set Parental Lock
to On. Use the number buttons on Beo4 to enter
your pincode, Parental Lock level and Country
Code and press GO to store your settings.
DivX VOD® … Select to see your registration
code.
Title
Chapter
What’s on the Disc Navigator menu …
The Disc Navigator menu allows you to quickly step
to specific titles or chapters on a disc. Use the arrow
buttons to select a title or chapter and press GO
to start playback.
Index
75
Beo4 remote control
Connections
Add a ‘button’ to the Beo4 list, 58
Changing the Beo4 batteries, Guide p. 25
Cleaning the Beo4, Guide p. 24
Configure Beo4, 58
Customise Beo4, 58
Introducing BeoVision 7 and Beo4, Guide p. 4
Move extra ‘buttons’, 59
Remove a ‘button’ from the Beo4 list, 59
Using Beo4, Guide p. 4
Aerial and mains connection, 30
Audio system – connect to the television, 50
BeoCord V 8000 video tape recorder, 36
Camera, 31
Connections – your television in a link
room, 54
Connect speakers – surround sound, 43
Decoder, 34
Headphones, 31
Link room connections, 54
Loudspeakers, 32–33
Register additional video equipment, 40
Set-top box, 35
Socket panels, 32–33
Sockets for temporary connections, 31
What’s on the AV1 menu, 66
What’s on the AV2 menu, 67
What’s on the AV3 menu, 67
What’s on the AV4 menu, 67
What’s on the CAMERA menu, 68
What’s on the PROJECTOR menu, 68
BeoLink
Link connections, 52
Link frequency, 53
Link room operation, 55
Master Link socket, 32
System modulator, 53
Your television in a link room, 54
Camera
Connect a Camera, 31
Copy from a Camcorder to a videotape, 31
Contact
Contact Bang & Olufsen, Guide p. 26
CD
Decoder
Change tracks on an audio CD, Guide p. 21
Load and play an audio CD, Guide p. 16
Connect a decoder, 34
Clock
Displays and menus
Set the time and date, 23
What’s on the CLOCK menu, 69
Displayed information and menus, Guide p. 5
DVD menus, 61
On-screen menus, 60
Computer monitor
Adjust picture and sound, 7
Bring up the computer image on the screen, 7
Connect a computer, 33
76
>> Index
DVD
Language
Pincode
Camera angle, Guide p. 19
Disc navigation, 74, Guide p. 17
DVD – audio language, 73, Guide p. 18
DVD – on-screen menus, 61, Guide p. 18
DVD operation, Guide p. 17
DVD – Parental Lock, 74, Guide p. 21
DVD - subtitle language, 73, Guide p. 18
Load and play a DVD, Guide p. 16
Change sound type or language, Guide p. 8
Choose menu language, 26
First-time setup – choose menu language, 14
What’s on the MENU LANGUAGE menu, 69
Activate the pincode system, Guide p. 22
Change or delete your pincode, Guide p. 22
If you have forgotten your pincode, Guide
p. 23
Use your pincode, Guide p. 23
First-time setup
First-time setup procedure, 14
Format
Loudspeakers
Change speaker balance or combination,
Guide p. 10
Connect speakers, 43
Place external speakers, 42
Set speaker distance, 44
Sound adjustments, 46
What’s on the SPEAKER DISTANCE menu, 70
What’s on the SPEAKER LEVEL menu, 71
What’s on the SPEAKER TYPE menu, 70
Change the picture format, Guide p. 11
Groups
Create Groups, Guide p. 14
Move programs within a Group, Guide p. 15
Select programs in a Group, Guide p. 14
What’s on the PROGRAM GROUPS menu, 62
Headphones
Connect headphones, 31
Maintenance
About the contrast screen, Guide p. 24
Change Beo4 batteries, Guide p. 25
Handling your television, 28
Maintenance of your television, Guide p. 24
Master Link
Audio system with your television, 50
Connect your audio system, 50
Option setting, 50
Use integrated audio/video system, 51
Set up your television, 28
Set positions for the television to turn to, 22
Turn the television, Guide p. 7
What’s on the STAND POSITIONS menu, 66
Position of television
Set positions for the television to turn to, 22
Turn the television, Guide p. 7
What’s on the STAND POSITIONS menu, 66
Set-top box
Connect a set-top box, 35
Set-top Box Controller menu, 8
Universal Beo4 operation, 9
Use the set-top box in a link room, 9
Use the set-top box’s own menu, 9
Socket panels
Camera and headphones sockets, 31
Socket panels, 32
Home cinema
Change speaker combination, Guide p. 10
Change to Home cinema mode, Guide p. 11
Connect an IR receiver, 39
Connect an IR transmitter, 39
Connect a projector, 39
Home cinema setup, 38
Placement
Picture
Adjust brightness, colour or contrast, 24
Change the picture format, Guide p. 11
Picture-and-Picture function, Guide p. 9
Remove the picture from the screen, 24
What’s on the PICTURE menu, 68
77
Sound
Teletext
TV programs
Adjust or mute the sound, Guide p. 8
Adjust volume, bass or treble, 25
Change sound type or language, Guide p. 8
Change speaker balance or combination,
Guide p. 10
See the name of the active sound system, 48
What’s on the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu, 69
Basic teletext functions, Guide p. 12
Day-to-day use of MEMO pages, Guide p. 13
Store favourite teletext pages, Guide p. 13
Timed recording via teletext, 10
Add new TV programs, 21
Adjust tuned programs, 19
Auto-tuning – first-time setup of your
television, 15
Bring up a program list, Guide p. 6
Delete tuned programs, 18
Edit tuned programs, 16
Move tuned programs, 16
Name tuned programs, 17
Re-tune via automatic tuning, 20
Select a TV program, Guide p. 6
What’s on the ADD PROGRAMS menu, 62
What’s on the AUTO TUNING menu, 63
What’s on the EDIT PROGRAMS menu, 62
What’s on the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu, 63
What’s on the PROGRAM GROUPS menu, 62
What’s on the TV MANUAL TUNING menu, 63
Stand
Determine the centre position – first-time
setup, 15
Set positions for the television to turn to, 22
Turn the television, Guide p. 7
What’s on the STAND POSITIONS menu, 66
Subtitles
DVD – subtitle language, 73, Guide p. 18
Subtitles from teletext, Guide p. 13
Surround sound
Adjust speaker balance, Guide p. 10
Calibrate the sound level, 45
Choose speaker combination, 47, Guide p. 10
Connect speakers, 43
Place external speakers, 42
See the name of the active sound system, 48
Set speaker distance, 44
Sound adjustments, 46
What’s on the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu, 69
What’s on the SOUND SYSTEM menu, 71
What’s on the SPEAKER DISTANCE menu, 70
What’s on the SPEAKER LEVEL menu, 71
What’s on the SPEAKER TYPE menu, 70
Timer
Set the television to switch itself on and off, 4
Set the time and date, 23
Timed play and timed standby, 4
Timed recording via teletext, 10
View, edit or delete a Timer, 5
Tune
Add new TV programs, 21
Adjust tuned programs, 19
Auto-tuning – first-time setup of your
television, 15
Delete tuned programs, 18
Move tuned programs, 16
Name tuned programs, 17
Re-tune via automatic tuning, 20
What’s on the ADD PROGRAMS menu, 62
What’s on the AUTO TUNING menu, 63
What’s on the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu, 63
What’s on the TV MANUAL TUNING menu, 63
Video tape recorder – BeoCord V 8000
Check the recordings already set, 12
Connect a video recorder, 36
If you have a BeoCord V 8000 …, 10
Play and search through a tape, 10
Record via on-screen menu, 11
Timed recording via teletext, 10
Wake-up Timer
Enter a Wake-up Timer, 6
Check or delete a Wake-up Timer, 6
Set the time and date, 23
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This product fulfils the conditions stated in the
EEU directives 89/336 and 73/23.
The DVD Video logo is a registered trademark.
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents
4,631,603; 4,577,216; 4,819,098; 4,907,093; and
6,516,132 and other intellectual property rights.
Use of this copyright protection technology must
be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for
home and other limited viewing uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
The label on the compact disc player serves as a
warning that the apparatus contains a laser system
and is classified as a class 1 laser product. In case
any difficulties arise with the compact disc player,
please contact a Bang & Olufsen retailer. The
apparatus must be opened by qualified service
personnel only.
CAUTION: The use of any controls, adjustments
or procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The
use of optical instruments with this product will
increase eye hazard. As the laser beam used in this
CD/DVD Player is harmful to eyes, do not attempt to
disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel only. Laser radiation when open. Do not
stare into beam. This label is located on the rear
enclosure.
Technical specifications, features and the use
thereof are subject to change without notice.
3507588
0808
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) – Environmental protection
The European Parliament and the Council of the
European Union have issued the Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment Directive. The purpose of
the Directive is the prevention of waste of electrical
and electronic equipment, and to promote the reuse
and recycling and other forms of recovery of such
waste. As such the Directive concerns producers,
distributors and consumers.
The WEEE directive requires that both manufacturers
and end-consumers dispose of electrical and
electronic equipment and parts in an environmentally
safe manner, and that equipment and waste are
reused or recovered for their materials or energy.
Electrical and electronic equipment and parts must
not be disposed of with ordinary household refuse;
all electrical and electronic equipment and parts
must be collected and disposed of separately.
Products and equipment which must be collected
for reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery are
marked with the pictogram shown.
When disposing of electrical and electronic equipment by use of the collection systems available in
your country, you protect the environment, human
health and contribute to the prudent and rational
use of natural resources. Collecting electrical and
electronic equipment and waste prevents the
potential contamination of nature with the
hazardous substances which may be present in
electrical and electronic products and equipment.
Your Bang & Olufsen retailer will assist with and
advise you of the correct way of disposal in your
country.
Small products may not always be marked with
the pictogram in which case this is present in the
instructions for use, on the guarantee certificate
and printed on the packaging.
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