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Bush 32-191F3D User guide
Full HD 3D Slim LED TV with USB Media Player
User Guide
Model No
32-191F3D
Important Guarantee Information
Congratulations on purchasing this television. We hope you have many years of trouble free
enjoyment from your purchase.
Your product is covered under the manufacturers guarantee for 12 months from date of
purchase.
In the event of a fault being diagnosed, please refer to the frequently asked questions/
troubleshooting section at the rear of this user guide.
If you are still unable to remedy the fault, try resetting the TV to factory settings, (details in this
user guide) or contact the helpline.
In the event that a fault is diagnosed, the helpline will arrange to collect the TV from your home
or work address, return it to our service centre, repair the item and then return it to you.
If we believe we cannot offer a permanent repair, we will replace the item.
Sky Media UK LTD – Helpline Information
Telephone UK 0871 2000 463, ROI 01443 3940
Web support: www.skymediauk.co.uk
The telephone opening hours are Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6pm, Saturday 9am – 5pm.
You must retain all packaging materials, in addition to your proof of purchase/receipt, as you will need
these in the event of warranty/service support.
This guarantee is in addition to and does not affect your statutory rights.
If you need to call the helpline, you will need the following information.
1) Model Ref
_____________________________________ (You can ¿nd this on the rear of the TV)
2) Date of purchase
______________________________________ (You can ¿nd this on your sales receipt)
3) Serial Number
_______________________________________ (You can ¿nd this on the rear of the TV)
Example Only
Model Ref
Serial No.
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Important Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT - Please read these instructions. All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the appliance is operated.
Warnings
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To reduce the risk of ¿re, electric shock or
damage to the television, do not expose it to dust,
rain or moisture, or place any objects ¿lled with
liquids on or near the television.
Do not place the television in a con¿ned space,
ensure that nothing can obstruct the ventilation
openings at the rear of the television.
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Dispose of this television and any components
including batteries in an environmentally friendly
manner. If in doubt, please contact your local
authority for details of recycling.
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For your safety, this appliance is ¿tted with a
fused moulded 3 pin mains plug. Should the
fuse need to be replaced, ensure that any
replacement is of the same amperage and
approved with the BSI mark.
The television should be connected to a
main socket outlet with a protective earthing
connection.
Never try and replace the mains plug unless
you have adequate quali¿cations and are
legally authorised to do so. In the event that a
replacement Mains cable is required, contact the
manufacturer for a suitable replacement.
Never use the television if it is damaged in any
way.
Always place the television on a Àat level surface
avoiding anywhere which may be subject to
strong vibration.
Ensure the television is not placed on top of the
power cable as the weight of the television may
damage the cable and cause a safety hazard.
Never place mobile phones, speakers or any
other device which may cause magnetic or radio
interference with the television. If interference
is apparent, move the device causing the
interference away from the television.
To disconnect the apparatus from the mains,
please use the all pole mains switch located on
the side, underside or rear of the TV. The switch
shall remain readily operable.
Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed)
shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, ¿re or the like.
Install the product at least 5cm from the wall for
ventilation.
Maintenance
To prevent the spread of ¿re, keep
candles or other open Àames away
from this product at all times
Safety
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To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. If
the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth
dipped in a soap and water solution or a mild
detergent solution.
Use eyeglass cleaner to remove stubborn dirt
from the LCD/LED Screen.
Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzene to
clean this unit.
Before using a chemically treated
cloth, read the instructions that
came with the cloth carefully.
CAUTION: If water or other liquid enters the television
through the display panel surface or back cover a
malfunction may occur.
Packaging
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The safest way to transport your item is in
the original box/packaging - please save your
packaging for this.
You will need original box/packaging in the event
of warranty/service repair or support. We are
unable to carry out warranty/service if you are
unable to package it correctly.
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Important Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT - Please read these instructions. All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the appliance is operated.
Important Information - Regarding Use of
Video Games, Computers, Captions or Other
Fixed Image Displays
The extended use of ¿xed image program material
can cause a permanent “shadow image” on the LCD
panel.
This background image is viewable on normal
programs in the form of a stationary ¿xed image. This
type of irreversible LCD/LED panel deterioration can
be limited by observing the following steps:
How do I dispose of this product?
UK: Waste electrical products should not be disposed
of with household waste. Separate disposal facilities
exist. For your nearest facilities, please see www.
recycle-more.co.uk or in store for details.
ROI: Waste electrical products should not be
disposed of with household waste. Separate disposal
facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or
retailer for recycling advice.
Observe the correct polarity when inserting batteries.
1. Reduce the brightness/contrast setting to a
minimum viewing level.
Batteries
2. Do not display the ¿xed image for extended
periods of time.
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3. Turn the power off when not in actual use.
Examples of images that you need to watch out for
are as follows (this is not an exhaustive list):
• TV Channel Logos: e.g. Shopping channel logos
and pricing displays-especially if they are bright
and stationary. Moving or low-contrast graphics
are less likely to cause ageing of the screen.
• Time Displays
• Teletext: Do not view a stationary page for long
period of time
• TV/DVD Menus: e.g. Listings of DVD disk content
• Pause Mode: Do not leave the TV in pause mode
for long periods of time, e.g. When watching
DVDs or videos.
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Do not use different types of
batteries together or mix old and
new batteries.
Dispose of batteries in an
environmentally friendly way.
Certain regions may regulate the
disposal of batteries.
Please consult your local authority.
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Important - Once ‘shadow image/screen burn’
occurs, it will never disappear and is not
repairable under warranty.
SRS TruSurround HD™ creates an immersive,
feature-rich surround sound experience from two
speakers, complete with rich bass, high
frequency detail and clear dialog.
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Important Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT - Please read these instructions. All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the appliance is operated.
3D Safety Information
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If you watch the 3D imaging too closely or for a
long period of time, it may harm your eyesight.
Watching the TV or playing video games that
incorporate 3D imaging with the 3D glasses for
a long period of time can cause drowsiness,
headaches or fatigue to you and/or your eyes. If
you have a headache, or otherwise feel fatigued
or drowsy, stopwatching the TV and take a rest.
Pregnant woman, seniors, persons with heart
problems or persons who experience frequent
drowsiness should refrain from watching 3D TV.
Some 3D imaging may cause you to duck
or dodge the image displayed in the video.
Therefore, it is best if you do not watch 3D TV
near fragile objects or near any objects that can
be knocked over easily.
Please prevent children under the age of 5 from
watching 3D TV as it may affect their vision
development.
Risk of photosensitization seizure can be
reduced with the following actions.
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Take frequent breaks from watching 3D TV.
For those who have vision that is different in each
eye, they should watch the TV after taking vision
correction measures.
Watch the TV so that your eyes are on the same
level as the 3D screen and refrain from sitting too
closely to the TV.
Do not watch the 3D imaging when tired or sick,
and avoid watching the 3D imaging for a long
period of time.
Do not wear the 3D glasses for any other
purpose than viewing 3D imaging on a 3D TV.
Some viewers may feel disoriented after watching
3D TV. Therefore, after you watch 3D TV, take
a moment to regain awareness of your situation
before moving.
Warning for photosensitization seizure
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Some viewers may experience a seizure or
epilepsy when exposed to certain factors,
including Àashing lights or images in TV or video
games. If you or anybody from your family has a
history of epilepsy or seizure, please consult with
your doctor before watching 3D TV. Also certain
symptoms can occur in unspeci¿ed conditions
without any previous history. If you experience
any of the following symptoms, immediately stop
watching the 3D imaging and consult a doctor:
dizziness or light headedness, visual transition
or altered vision, visual or facial instability, such
as eye or muscle twitching, unconscious action,
convulsion, loss of conscience, confusion or
disorientation, loss of directional sense, cramps,
or nausea. Parents should monitor their children,
including teenagers, for these symptoms as they
may be more sensitive to the effects of watching
3D TV.
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Contents
Manufacturers Guarantee Information
Important Safety Instructions
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4-7
What is included in the box
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Attaching the stand
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Detaching the stand and wall mounting
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Getting Started - Initial Set Up
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TV Buttons and Input Source Menu
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Remote Control
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Connections
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TV Menu Operation
16-22
Channel Menu
Picture Menu
Sound Menu
Time Menu
Feature Menu
Setup Menu
3D Settings
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PC Operation
23-24
7 Day TV Guide
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USB Mode / Media Player
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General Information
27-31
Using your TV with a Sky digital set top box 27
Frequently Asked Questions
28-29
Technical Speci¿cations
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Index
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What Is Included In The Box
Accessories
Included with this TV are the following accessories:
1 x User Guide
1 x Remote Control
User Guide
1 x Quick Start Guide
2 x AAA Batteries
1 x RF Cable
1 x TV
4 x 3D Glasses
1 x Stand Installation Pack
5 x M (4x12)
4 x ST (4x16)
Please save your packaging as you will need this in the event of warranty/service repair or support. We are
unable to carry out warranty/service if you are unable to package it correctly. The safest way to package your
item in the event of warranty/service repair is in it’s original box/packaging.
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Attaching The Stand
To complete the stand installation you will require a Phillips screw driver.
The Stand Installation pack comes with two sets
of screws.
M (4x12)
ST (4x16)
¿g 1) Attach the stand neck to the rear of the TV set.
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¿g 2) Secure the neck to the TV using the
5 x M (4x12) screws provided.
5 x M (4x12)
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¿g 3) Attach the stand base to the neck.
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¿g 4) Secure the base to the neck using the
4 x ST (4x16) screws provided.
4 x ST (4x16)
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Detaching The Stand And Wall Mounting
Detaching the Stand
To detach the stand please remove the 5 screws
highlighted then remove the stand neck and base
from the rear of the TV set.
Wall Mounting the TV
IMPORTANT - Before drilling any holes in the wall ensure
you are not drilling where there could be any electric wires,
water or gas pipes.
1) Remove the four screws highlighted below.
2) The wall mount can now be easily attached to the
mounting holes on the rear of the TV. These holes
are indicated in the picture below.
For optimum viewing, if wall mounting the TV higher
than eye level, the TV should be tilted downwards so
that the TV’s screen is ‘face on’. See ¿g 1 and 2
TV
¿g 1
INCORRECT
IMPORTANT – If wall mounting this TV, only use the
screws already provided in the wall mounting holes.
Using other screws which are longer could cause
irreparable damage to internal parts.
Viewing angle
TV
CORRECT
¿g 2
Viewing angle
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Getting Started - Intial Set Up
1) Using the RF cable supplied, connect the TV to the
TV Aerial wall socket (Fig A)
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Fig B
Connect the power cable to the Electrical outlet
(Fig B)
Fig A
2) Switch on the television using the power on/off
switch located on the side of the TV.
3) Insert the batteries supplied into the Remote
control and press the Standby button to power on the
TV
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Power on/off
4) You will now be welcomed with the initial set-up
screen. If it does not appear, on the remote control,
please press [MENU] then 8-8-8-8 and the menu will
appear. Press OK on the remote control and tuning
will start.
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5) After tuning the following screen will appear.
If you are missing channels, the reason for this is
likely to be signal strength, you should consider
connecting signal booster and re-tuning the TV.
Important
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As part of our ongoing development to reduce power
consumption, we have added an extra function to this
Television called ‘Ecohome’ (you will see this during
the ¿rst time installation set up). Power consumption
using the Ecohome function is approximately 15%
lower than some other modes. The picture brightness
is reduced using the Ecohome function. If this
function is not suitable for your viewing environment,
you can select other modes as necessary.
(Please note, ‘Demo’ mode is for optimum default
picture settings, however, power consumption is
approximately 15% higher than ‘Ecohome’ mode)
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Please refer to the user guide section ‘Picture
settings’ in order to change the mode to one that
maybe more suitable for your environment. There is
also a shortcut button on the remote control called
‘P-Mode’ should you wish to change to another
mode.
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TV Buttons & Source Menu
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1. Volume up and menu right
5. Displays Menu/OSD
2. Volume down and menu left
6. Displays the input source menu
3. Programme/Channel up and menu up
7. Standby Power On/Off
4. Programme/Channel down and menu down
Choosing Mode Input/Source
To switch between the different input/connections.
A) Using the buttons on the remote control:
1) Press [SOURCE/ AV] - The source menu will
appear
2) Press [\/] or [/\] to select the input you require.
3) Press [OK]
B) Using the buttons on the Television:
1) Press [SOURCE]
2) Scroll up / down using CH+/ CH- buttons to the
input/source you require
3) Press Vol+ to change input/source to the one
selected.
DVD source is only available on models with DVD
Player
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Remote Control
Viewing remote control - TV
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STANDBY
MUTE
DTV
RADIO
DVD
USB
NUMBER BUTTONS
TV GUIDE
- To return to the previous channel viewed
P.MODE - Scrolls through picture mode options
VOL
CH
S.MODE - Scrolls through sound mode options
FAV - To display favourites menu
MENU
EXIT
- Allows you to navigate the
on-screen menus and adjust the system settings
to your preference
18. SOURCE/AV
19. INFO - Press once for now/next channel
information
Press twice for programme information about
current programme
20. ASPECT
21. SLEEP
22. SUBTITLE
23. AUDIO
24. TEXT
25. TEXT HOLD
26. DISPLAY
27. TEXT/DVD ZOOM DVD Zoom
TEXT
28. DVD Menu
- To restart the current chapter
- To advance forward to the next chapter
- To stop the playback/Eject Disc
- To play in fast rewind mode
- To play in fast forward mode
- To play/pause
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
REC LIST
GOTO
A-B
REPEAT
ANGLE
3D - Change to 3D mode
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For Models with Integrated DVD players
For Models with PVR Function
For Models with USB Playback
For Models with 3D Feature
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Connections
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2
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COAX
USB
HDMI 3
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4
VIDEO
L
R
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Digital Coax output
USB port
HDMI input
Common Interface module
Video Input
Component Audio input
Component input (YPbPr)
Earphone Socket
HDMI input
HDMI input
SCART input
3.5mm PC audio input
VGA-PC input
RF / TV Aerial Input
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CI CARD IN
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COAX Audio Out
USB
HDMI 3
CI CARD IN
Video
R/L Audio in
COMPONENT (HD)
EARPHONE
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
SCART
VGA(PC) Audio In
VGA(PC)
RF IN
VGA/PC(Audio in)
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8
7
Y
Pb
Pr
EARPHONE
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VGA/PC IN
Connecting a DVD Player/Recorder, Video Recorder or Cable/Satellite Box
TVs Input/Source should be set to SCART
RF IN
DVD or VCR
TV Aerial
Wall Socket
SCART
OUT
RF
IN
RF
OUT
SCART
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Connections
Connecting a Camcorder, Camera or Games Console
Source should be set to Video
Camera or
Camcorder
Yellow
Video
White
Audio
In L/R
Red
Connecting a High De¿nition (HD) Device
Option 1 - via HDMI to HDMI cable
A HDMI cable can output both video and audio and
enables you to enjoy digital-quality video and audio
with minimal loss of quality.
TVs Input/Source should be set to HDMI.
HDMI OUT
HDMI
Connecting a High De¿nition (HD) Device
Option 2 - via Component cable
If you are supplied with a cable from the device which
has RED, GREEN, BLUE, RED & WHITE connectors
you must connect via Component (for picture) and by
phono cable (for sound).
TV Source should be set to Component.
Component (HD)
Red
Green
Blue
Audio L/R
Component
Red
White
Audio
In L/R
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Channel Menu
To access this menu, press [MENU] button on the
remote control. To enter a menu press [OK]
Auto Tuning
Allows you to retune the television for all digital
channels, digital radio stations and analogue
channels.
Freeview Manual Tuning
Allows you to manually tune your digital signal
Analogue Manual Tuning
Allows you to manually tune your analogue signal
Programme Edit
Allows you to delete, skip and add favourite channels.
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If you wish to make changes to any of the default
settings, use the scroll
buttons. To con¿rm
any settings press [OK] button.
To exit this menu at anytime, press [EXIT] button.
Tip: If you do not press any buttons for 10 seconds,
the menu will automatically exit. You can change the
length of time before the menu exits automatically see ‘Menu Duration’ section.
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Picture Menu
A
AV
Picture Mode
• Standard - Default settings
• Dynamic - Recommended settings for fast
moving pictures
• Mild - Set to be lighter in colour and less
bright
• Personal - Lets you manually alter all the
settings
• Ecohome - Power saving mode which reduces
the energy used by up to 25% (by reducing the
power to the LED/LCD panel).in Ecohome mode,
the TV will switch itself to Standby mode after 4-5
hours in the event that the TV buttons or remote
control buttons are not pressed (see the time
menu to de-activate this function).
To access this menu, press [MENU] button on the
remote control. To enter a menu press [OK]
If you wish to make changes to any of the default
settings, use the scroll
buttons. To con¿rm
any settings press [OK] button.
To exit this menu at anytime, press [EXIT] button.
Contrast
Switch the balance between black and white
Brightness
Increase or decrease the brightness of the picture
Colour
Increases the colour from black and white
Tint
Lets you increase or decrease the level of tint within
the picture
Sharpness
Increase or decrease the sharpness of the picture
Colour Temperature
• Normal - Default settings
• Warm - Increases red within the picture
• Cool - Increases blue within the picture
Noise Reduction
• Off - Turns noise reduction off
• Low - Minor system adjustment
• Middle - Medium system adjustments
• High - Maximum system adjustments
• Default - Default settings
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Sound Menu
Sound Mode
• Standard - Default settings
• Music - Emphasises music over voices
• Movie - Provides live and full sound for movies
• Personal - Selects your personal sound settings
• Sports - Emphasises sound for sports
Treble
To adjust the amount of high frequency within the
sound
Bass
To adjust the amount of low frequency within the
sound
Balance
To switch the sound between the left and right
speakers
Auto Volume Level (AVL)
When ‘on’ is selected, the volume will stay at a
constant level regardless of input/source
Digital Output
• Off - Off
• Auto - Selects the best settings automatically
• PCM - Select this option if you are connecting
to a Stereo Hi-¿ via coax cable (Pulse-code
modulation (PCM) is a digital representation of an
analogue signal)
AD Volume
This allows the user to increase and decrease the AD
(Audio Description) volume level.
(Audio Description is a service available on certain
programmes. It provides a description of what is
happening during the selected programme for a
person who is visually impaired)
Tip: Treble and bass levels can only be adjusted
when the sound mode ‘Personal’ is selected.
Surround Sound
• Off - Off
• SRS TruSurround HD - SRS TruSurround HD™
creates an immersive, feature-rich surround
sound experience from two speakers, complete
with rich bass, high frequency detail and
clear dialog.
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Time Menu
A
AV
To access this menu, press [MENU] button on the
remote control. To enter a menu press [OK]
Clock
Shows the date and time
If you wish to make changes to any of the default
buttons. To con¿rm
settings, use the scroll
any settings press [OK] button.
Off Time
Allows you to set a speci¿c time for your TV to turn off
To exit this menu at anytime, press [EXIT] button.
On Time
Allows you to set a speci¿c time for your TV to turn
on, the channel it will then display, the source it will
be on and also the volume. This function can then be
toggled to repeat every day or a certain day.
Sleep Timer
Lets you set the sleep timer so the television
automatically switches off after a set amount of time.
Off -> 10min -> 20min -> 30min -> 60min -> 90min ->
120min -> 180min -> 240min
Auto standby
Switches the TV to standby when not receiving a
signal. Toggle the Function on and off.
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Feature
AV
AV
To access this menu, press [MENU] button on the
remote control. To enter a menu press [OK]
Schedule List
Lists your programme reminders
PVR File System
Checks the ¿ le system of the connected
USB device and displays the information about the
check results.
If you wish to make changes to any of the default
settings, use the scroll
buttons. To con¿rm
any settings press [OK] button.
To exit this menu at anytime, press [EXIT] button.
CI Information
Pay per view services require a “smartcard” to be
inserted into the TV.
If you subscribe to a pay per view service the provider
will issue you with a ‘CAM’ and a “smartcard”.
The CAM can then be inserted into the COMMON
INTERFACE PORT (CI Card In).
System Lock
Allows you to lock or unlock the menu. You will be
asked to enter a 4 digit password use the button to
quit the password input. Use the
button to clear.
Default password is 0000
Hearing Impaired
If signal provides support for the
hearing impaired, the subtitles can be displayed by
pressing the “Subtitle”. If you set a Hearing Impaired
on and switch to a channel with support for hearing
impaired subtitles willbe activated automatically.
TT Language
Encoding settings for the proper display of
teletext characters.
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Setup
4:3
Menu language
Allows you to change the language of the menu
Aspect Ratio
Within the UK the picture format varies depending
on the channel/broadcast. There are a number of
different options to best meet your needs
• Auto - Automatically displays the best picture
format. So the picture is in the correct position.
May have black lines At the top/bottom and/or
sides.
• Original - Will display the picture from the
broadcaster without any change
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4:3 - Displays the 4:3 picture in its original size.
Side bars are shown to ¿ll the 16:9 screen
16:9 - Fills the screen with a regular 16:9 signal
and 4:3 will stretch to ¿ll the screen
14:9 - Displays the 14:9 picture in the correct
proportion. As a result side bars are shown on the
screen
Zoom - The picture is the correct proportion but
zoomed in to ¿ll the screen
16:9
14:9
Blue Screen
Changes the background when there is no input
between clear and a blue background (Only available
on some sources)
Menu Duration
Lets you adjust the amount of time the On Screen
Menu stays on the screen before disappearing
Reset to default
• Reset Menu System - This resets the menus to
factory settings.
• Reset TV Channels - This clears all the TV
channels from the television.
Zoom
Software Update (USB)
From time to time we may release new ¿rmware to
improve the operation of the television (available
to download). This menu lets you install the new
software/¿rmware onto the television. Further details
of how to do this will be issued with the ¿rmware.
Contact the helpline or refer to the ‘product support’
section of the website.
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3D Settings
For the best 3D picture effect, watch your TV from
vertical angle +/- 10°.
3D Type
When connecting a 3D product sometimes the
picture maybe displayed incorrectly; choose from the
following settings to correct this. You can toggle these
settings by pressing the '3D' button on your remote
(see page 11).
3D Off
Default settings
Side by
Side
3D format is commonly used in 3D broadcasting, works by halving the horizontal resolution
of videos to store left and right eye images in each frame. It effectively displays up to 960 x
1080 pixel pictures to each eye, enabling TV stations to telecast 3D content at a much lower
bandwidth compared with 3D Blu-ray discs. Typical supported resolutions are limited to 720p
and 1080i for 3D TV programs.
Users will need to manually select the correct 3D format to properly display side-by-side
3D content on a 3D TV.
Top
Bottom
3D format is alternative for 3D broadcast, which is pretty similar to side-by-side 3D except
that it halves the vertical resolution instead. Available primarily up to 720p resolution, topand-bottom 3D offers 1280 pixels horizontally. The higher pixel count is generally considered
more suitable for displaying panning motion insports programs.
Frame
Packing
As its name suggests, this format stacks the left and right eye images in each frame to retain
the content's original resolution for the best 3D pictures. Most, if not all, 1080p 3D
Blu-ray movie discs and 720p PS3 3D games are produced utilizing this technique. Another
key differentiator is that all 3D TVs should be able to automatically detect frame-packing 3D
signals and correctly display the content without user intervention.
Line by
Line
The picture signals for left and right eyes are interleaved in alternate lines. The left clip’s
resolution is halved then placed in the odd lines of the video stream. Correspondingly, the
right clip’s resolution is halved then placed in the even lines of the video stream. When
combined the video stream totals 1920×1080.
Exchange 3D L/R
Change picture sequence for different viewing
2D to 3D
Changes the picture from regular 2 dimensions to 3
(3D). Please note as content is being changed by the
TV the effects are limited
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Using The Television As A Computer Monitor
How to set up for Windows XP & Windows Vista (connecting via VGA cable to the TV)
IMPORTANT – Before connecting the computer to the television you must ensure the computer settings are correct
for the television. You MUST do this using your old monitor.
1) Switch on your computer
2) When ¿nished booting up right click your
mouse anywhere on the screen
3) Left click your mouse on Properties/Personalise
4) Left click your mouse on Setting/Display Settings.
Ensure the screen resolution is set to what is shown
in the technical speci¿cations section toward the rear
of this user guide. To correct the resolution to that of
the television move the slider.
5) Left click your mouse on Advance/Advanced
Settings and left click on Monitor
6) Left click on the drop down for Screen refresh rate and select 60 Hertz, if you experience picture noise or
‘Àickering’, select 50 hertz or 70 hertz.
7) Click on Apply, then click Yes and the settings will be saved.
8) Now switch off your computer and connect
the television (as shown)
9) Switch on the TV, select the input/source
to VGA/PC and re-start your PC.
Connecting a Laptop
In addition to the above if you are connecting a laptop to the television you will also need to activate the VGA
connection on the laptop. This can vary based on the brand of laptop you have, on many brands/models, it is as
per below.
1) Connect the laptop to the television
2) On the Laptop push buttons
The screen will now switch to the television.
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PC Settings
A
AV
To access this menu, press [MENU] button on the
remote control. To enter a menu press [OK]
Auto Adjust
Lets you automatically con¿gure the television to be
used as a computer monitor
If you wish to make changes to any of the default
buttons. To con¿rm
settings, use the scroll
any settings press [OK] button.
H Offset
Changes the horizontal position of the picture
To exit this menu at anytime, press [EXIT] button.
V Offset
Changes the vertical position of the picture
Size
Increase picture size
Phase
To adjust delay time of phase in order to reduce the
noise of picture
Tip: If the computer is left in-active for a period of
time, the television will switch into a ‘sleep’ state (the
screen will power off to save power). To switch back
on press the standby button.
Position Reset
Changes back to the original settings
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7 Day TV Guide
TV Guide is available in Digital TV mode. It provides
information about forthcoming programmes (where
supported by the freeview channel). You can view
the start and end time of all programmes and on all
channels for the next 7 days and set reminders.
1) Press [TV GUIDE]. The following 7 Day TV Guide
will appear.
2) Navigate through the menu using
You can now:
Set a reminder by pressing GREEN
View a previous day by pressing YELLOW
View the next day by pressing BLUE
3) Press [EXIT] to exit the 7 day TV Guide.
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USB Mode / Media Player
USB mode offers playback of various different types
of content that you have saved on your USB Memory
Stick.
1)
On switching to USB source the above menu screen
will appear. The content will be divided into Photo,
Music, Movie and Text based on ¿le type.
1) You can navigate through the menus using the
scroll
buttons. To con¿rm the item you wish
to play/view press [OK] button.
2) Select the drive you require.
(If your drive only has 1 partition you will only see
1 item).
2)
3) You can now access the item. Press OK to view.
4) While viewing you control the item using (Fig A)
and (OK)
or by pressing ( i ) and using
3)
4)
Fig A
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Using Your TV With a Sky Digital Set
Top Box
Option 1) Connecting your TV to your Sky box
(when both the TV and Sky Box are located in the same room)
Depending on your Sky Box & TV model, connect either by SCART or HDMI
cables (available separately)
If connecting by SCART, select the ‘Input source’ on the TV as SCART.
If connecting by HDMI, select the ‘Input source’ on the TV as HDMI (if the TV has
more than 1 HDMI port, ensure you select the input source to match the HDMI
numbered port on the rear of the TV)
SCART or HDMI
cable
If you wish to use your Sky remote to operate the TV’s functions, you will need a
Sky remote control (Revision 9 or later) and you will need to programme a 4 digit
code into it. See bottom of this page.
Sky Box
Option 2) Connecting your TV to your Sky box (when your Sky box is located in a different room to the TV)
Please note, if you are adding a ‘Magic Eye/TV Link’
to your system so that you can use your Sky remote
control to change the Sky channel in the room where
the 2nd TV is located, please refer to the instructions
included with the TV link/magic eye in order to
ensure the RF or RF2 output on your Sky box is
powered on. (The red LED light on the TV link/magic
eye will light up if the RF / RF2 output is correctly
set up) If you do not have the instructions that came
with the TV link/magic eye, instructions on how to do
it can be found on our web site.
2nd TV in
another room
Connect to the
Aerial/RF input
on the 2nd TV
SCART
or HDMI
cable
RF/COAX cable from
Sky Box to 2nd TV
Sky Box
Connect to RF
or RF2 output
on the Sky box
TV Link/Magic Eye
(optional)
1) To tune the TV to the Sky box, on the 2nd TV, select the ‘Analogue’ input source.
2) Select the channel that you wish to store the Sky box/channel on. (If you do not use channels 1-5 because you
no longer have analogue terrestrial channels after digital switchover, you may choose to select channel 1 to store
the Sky box/channel, if you still have and use analogue channels 1-5, you may for example decide that channel 6 is
the best option for you)
3) Press the corresponding number on the remote control to select the desired analogue channel chosen as per
point 2 above.
4) On the TV remote control, press Menu. Now navigate through the menus to select Manual Tuning or Analogue
Manual tuning (refer to the Tuning/Channel menu section of this user guide if necessary)
5) Manually tune in the channel (usually, the Sky box is at a frequency between 800Mhz and 850Mhz) once the
Sky box/channel is found, press ‘OK’ to store it.
If you wish to use your Sky remote to operate the TV’s functions, you will need a Sky remote control
(Revision 9 or later) and you will need to programme a 4 digit code into it. Please see below.
Using a Sky Remote or a Universal Remote to operate your TV - Sky Remote Control, If you wish to use your
Sky remote to operate the basic functions of your TV, you need to programme a 4 digit code into it. Please note.
you will need the latest Sky Revision 9 remote control as this is the only version that includes the latest software/
¿rmware necessary to operate this model of TV. All codes can be found on our website. If you wish to upgrade/
replace your existing Sky remote control to the latest version, you can do so on our web site.
Universal Remote Control, If you wish to use a Universal remote control to operate your TV, please refer to the web
site for a full list of codes. (Please note we only have codes for One for All branded remote controls, if you have an
alternative brand of Universal remote, please refer to the manufacturer for the code.)
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Frequently Asked Questions
General
I would like to have
louder sound by
connecting additional
speakers
Subject to the TV model and connections, it is possible to connect the TV
to an external ampli¿er or surround sound (subject to connections/inputs
on the device) as follows:1) Connect a COAX cable* from the TV’s COAX output to your ampli¿er/
surround systems COAX input
2) Connect a 3.5mm jack to L/R phono cable* from the TV’s headphone
socket (where ¿tted) to your ampli¿er/surround sound L/R input. Please
note sound to the TV’s speakers will be disabled.
3) On selected models, it maybe possible to connect a SCART input/
output* switch with an additional L/R Phono cable* to the TV’s SCART
socket and to the L/R Phono Input of your ampli¿er/surround sound.
Please note due to copyright laws it is not possible to output video/sound
from the TV on certain sources, i.e. HDMi, DVD etc.
*cables and switches mentioned are available to purchase separately from
your retailer.
General
Why are some
options in the menu
unavailable and
greyed out
Some options are only available in certain sources, i.e. HDMI, PC/VGA.
They are unavailable in the other sources where they have no affect.
General
Can I stop my TV
turning off after
4hrs?
Yes
1) In the picture settings menu, de-select Eco-home
2) In the time settings menu, scroll down to Auto standby and select OFF
TV
I have tuned in
Digital TV but I am
not receiving any or
all of the channels
and/or the channels I
receive are breaking
up
1) Check you are in an area that can receive Freeview. Visit
www.freeview.co.uk
2) Check you are using an aerial that is able to receive a good digital
signal. In most cases, you will need an outdoor digital hi-gain/wideband
aerial. In areas that have excellent Freeview coverage, you may be able to
use a loft type aerial but it is highly likely that you will also need to connect
a booster between the back of the TV and the TV aerial wall socket.
Unfortunately, to receive a good enough digital signal, it is not possible
to use a portable/indoor type aerial. This may change once the analogue
signal is switched off in 2012 and the Digital signal strength is increased.
TV
I have re-tuned my
television but when
I switch it off it is not
storing the channels
Complete a ¿rst time installation, please refer to the set-up menu section
of the manual of how to do this
VCR/DVD
Recorder
I have connected
the TV to my VCR or
DVD Recorder via
SCART but it is not
recording
In addition to connecting via SCART, you should connect the aerial cable
from the wall socket to your VCR/DVD Recorder and another aerial cable
from the VCR/DVD Recorder to the TV
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Frequently Asked Questions
Game
Consoles
I have connected
my PS3 to the TV
via HDMI, but I am
not receiving any
pictures or sound on
my TV
1) Ensure the TVs source is on HDMI
2) Check your settings on your PS3 are as per the PS3 instruction manual
Game
Consoles
I have connected
my Xbox 360 to the
TV via Component
Cables (Red, Green
& Blue) but I am not
receiving any sound
Component cables only provide HD Pictures. For the sound you will need
to connect the Red & White audio cables on the Xbox to the Red & White
phono inputs on the rear of the TV. Please refer to the ‘Connections’
pages.
USB
Mode
I have inserted a
USB Memory Key,
but the TV does not
recognise it
Ensure the USB Memory Key is formatted to type FAT32.
USB
Mode
Using a USB
portable hard drive
If you wish to use a portable hard drive larger than 32GB, please note
that it must be formatted to the FAT32 ¿le system in order to operate on
this TV. Windows XP/Vista computers are only capable of formatting up
to 32GB, therefore, you will need a software programme/utility to format
larger hard drives. Please refer to the web site for more information.
System
Lock
I have changed the
password on the
television and now
forgotten it
There is a master password of 4711, to gain access to the TV menu and
reset the normal password
3D mode
The picture is not
displaying
correctly
Press the 3D button to toggle through the different 3D picture formats.
3D mode
I have downloaded
a 3D movie but it will
not play via USB
3D mode is not supported via USB.
Note:
Supplier may change TV software and on screen
graphics without warning
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Technical Specification
Model
32/191F3D
Screen size (diagonal)
Resolution
32”/81cm
1920 x 1080
PC RGB
Yes
RF
75 ohm Antenna / PAL-SECAM
Video Inputs
3 x HDMI, 1 x VGA/PC, 1 x SCART, 1 x USB, 1 x Composite/Video, 1 x Component/YPbPr
Sound Inputs
1 x shared audio for Composite/Video & Component/YPbPr,
1 x 3.5mm jack for PC audio input
Sound Outputs
1 x Coax Audio output , 1 x 3.5mm headphone jack
USB Port
1
Sound power,
watts (RMS)
2 x 9W
Dimensions including stand (mm)
Net weight
755W x 515H x 180D
10.8 kgs
Energy Consumption Info
Voltage and power consumption
30
110-240v 50 / 60Hz
41 / 60 / 80W (Ecohome / Standard / Max)
EEI - A (Energy Rating)
(in standby less than 0.5w)
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Index
3D Settings
Attaching the stand
Aspect Ratio
Auto Con¿guration of screen (PC)
Auto Tuning
Auto Volume Level
Balance
Bass
Blue Screen
Brightness
Clock
Colour
Colour Temperature
Common Interface
Connections
Contrast
Detaching the base/stand
Digital Output
First Time Installation
Frequently Asked Questions
Getting Started
Horizontal Position (PC)
Important installation instructions
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Language
Manual Search
Noise Reduction
Phase (PC)
Picture Mode
Remote control
Reset to default
Sharpness
Sleep Timer
Sound Mode
Source Menu
System Lock
Technical Speci¿cations
Treble
TV buttons
TV Guide
USB Mode / Media Player
Using the television as a computer monitor
Using your TV with a Sky digital set top box
Vertical Position (PC)
Wall mounting
What is included in the box
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