Curtis LCDVD326A Instruction manual

Curtis LCDVD326A Instruction manual
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Before using the TV, please read this manual thoroughly,
and retain it for future reference.
Model:LCDVD326A
English
CONTENTS
1
SAFETY
PRECAUTION
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2
IMPORTANT
SAFETY
INSTRUCTION
2
3
ACCESSORIES
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4
GETTING
STARTED
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5
CONTROL
REFERENCE
GUIDE
Remote Control
Front Frame
Back Frame
Side Panel
Antenna Connection
S-VIDEO Connection
AV Connection
Y Pb Pr Connection
HDMI Connection
VGA Connection
Power Cord Connection
Coax(SPDIF) Connection
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CONNECTIONS
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WALL MOUNT
INSTALLATION
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INITIAL SETUP
Putting The Unit On A Proper Place
Source Selection
Turning The Unit On For The First Time
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TV SETUP
Picture Menu
Audio Menu
Time Menu
Setup Menu
LOCK(Parental) Menu
TV(CHANNEL) Menu
Zoom Function ( For DVD )
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CONTENTS
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DISC
FORMATS
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CD / DVD
OPERATION
Basic Operations
Special Functions
Mp3 / JPEG Playback
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34
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CUSTOMIZING
THE DVD
FUNCTION
SETTINGS
DVD Menu
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MAINTENANCE
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DISPLAY
MODE
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SPECIFICATION
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TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE
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37
PC Formats
Video Formats
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DVD Symptom
TV Symptom
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SAFETY CLASS :This is an IEC safety class I product
and it must be grounded for safety.
SAFETY PRECAUTION
* CAUTION MARKING WAS LOCATED AT BOTTOM
PLACEMENT INFORMATION
ENCLOSURE OF THE APPARATUS.
• Do not use this unit in places that are extremely
hot, cold, dusty or humid.
• Do not restrict the airflow of this unit by placing it
somewhere with poor airflow, by covering it with
a cloth, by placing it on bedding or carpeting.
SAFETY INFORMATION
• When connecting or disconnecting the AC power
WARNING:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
cord, grip the plug and not the cord itself. Pulling
SHOCK,DO NOT REMOVE COVER(OR BACK) the cord may damage it and create a hazard.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
• When youare not going to use the unit for a long
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
period of time, disconnect the AC power cord.
PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, CONDENSATION INFORMATION
within an equilateral triangle,is intended to
• When left in a heated room where it is warm and
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
damp, water droplets or condensation may form
“dangerous voltage”within the product's enclosure
inside the equipment. When there is condensation
that may beof sufficient magnitude to constitute a
inside the unit, the unit may not function normally.
risk of electric shock to persons.
Let the unit stand for 1-2 hours before turning the
The exclamation point within an equilateral
power on or gradually heat the room and let the
Triangle is intended to alert the user to
unit dry before use.
The presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature RATING PL ATE LOCATION
accompanying the appliance.
The rating plate is located on the rear of the unit.
FCC STATEMENTS
NOTE: This unit has been tested and found to comply
This product
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
Contains a low
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
power laser device.
to provide reasonable protection against harmful
CLASS 1 LASER interference in a residential installation.
PRODUCT
This unit generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
CAUTION
interference to radio communication. However, there
• DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
INCORRECTLY REPLACED. REPLACE ONLY
particular installation. If this unit does cause harmful
WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE.
interference to radio or television reception, which
can
be determined by turning the unit off and on, the
• USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER
by one or more of the following measures:
THAN THOSE SPECIFIED MAY RESULT IN
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
- Increase the separation between the unit and
receiver.
-Connect the unit into an outlet on a circuit different
WARNING:
from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
• TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
technician for help.
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
TO REVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
WARNING:
• EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DO
CAUTION
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN
OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
Changes or modifications to this
unit not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user authority
to operate the unit.
NOT PLACE OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS ON
OR NEAR THIS UNIT.
• SHOULD ANY TROUBLE OCCUR, DISCONNECT
THE AC POWER CORD AND REFER SERVICING
TO A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1)Read these instructions.
2)Keep these instructions.
3)Heed all warnings.
4)Follow all instructions.
5)Do not use this apparatus near water.
6)Clean only with a dry cloth.
7)Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
8)Do not install near any heat sources such
as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (Including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9)Do not defect the safety purpose of the
polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with one
wider than the other.
A groundingtype plug has two blades
and a third grounding prong.
The wide blade or the third prong is
provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into your
wall outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10)Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the apparatus.
11)Only use attachments / accessories specified
by the manufacturer.
12)Use only with the cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer,
or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart / apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13)Unplug this apparatus during lightning
Storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
14)Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatushas been damaged in any way,
such as the power cord or plug is damaged,
liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
15)To prevent electric shock, ensure the grounding
pin on the AC cord power plug is securely
connected.
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ACCESSORIES
Please check and identify the supplied accessories.
Remote control ..................................................................................................................x 1
Battery(AA) ............................................................................................................ .........x 2
Warranty Card ................................................................................................................ x 1
Instruction Manual
................................................................................................................
. x1
Power Cord ................................................................................................................... x 1
GETTING STARTED
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
·Point the remote control at the remote sensor located on the unit.
·When there is a strong ambient light source, the performance of the infrared remote sensor
·may be degraded, causing unreliable operation.
·The recommended effective distance for remote operation is about 16 feet (5 meters).
TO INSTALL THE BATTERIES
1. Open the batter y door.
2. Insert 2 "AA" batteries
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
When the batteries become weak, the operating distance of the remote control is greatly
reduced and you will need to replace the batteries.
CAUTION : Danger of explosion if batter y is incorrectly replaced.
NOTES
·If the remote control is not going to be used for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid
damage caused by battery leakage corrosion.
·Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix ALKALINE, standard (CARBON-ZINC) or
rechargeable (NICKEL-CADMIUM) batteries.
·Always remove batteries as soon as they become weak.
·Weak batteries can leak and severely damage the remote control.
WARNING :
Do not dispose batteries in a fire. Batteries may explode or leak.
Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
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CONTROL REFERENCE GUIDE
REMOTE CONTROL
1.STANDBY
To switch on the TV or make the TV into
standby mode.
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2
2.EJECT
To eject a disc.
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3.INFO
Show the information of the program you are watching.
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7.0-9
Allows you to change the channel of the TV.
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FAV
EPG
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29
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31
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5.PMODE
Press this button to select a picture mode for different
picture qualities.
6.SMODE
Press this button to select sound setting for different
sound effects.
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4.SOURCE
Press this button to select an input source.
8.
Switches back and forth between the current and
previous channels.
9.SLEEP
To select the amount of time before your TV turns
Off automatically.
10.VOL+/VOLIncreases/Decreases the Volume control.
11.CH+/CHSkips to the next/previous channel on TV mode.
12.UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT
Moves the cursor upward/downward/to the left/to the right
when making a selection.
13.MENU
Displays the OSD Menu of the TV.
14.CC
Press the button to enter into the CC mode.
TITLE
To goto the title menu if the DVD disc has a title page.
Universal Remote Code: 1218
15.MTS
To change among STEREO, MONO and SAP. If there is no
second language available for the signal received, LCD
Display audio will output to mono.
D.MENU
To show the menu of the DVD disc.
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CONTROL REFERENCE GUIDE
REMOTE CONTROL
16.ENTER
Press to confirm selections on a menu screen.
17.D.SETUP
Press this button to show the DVD SETUP menu.
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18.Play/Pause
Press this button to play or pause the DVD you’re watching.
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19.Exit
Press this button to exit the on screen display.
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Stop
Press this button to stop playing the DVD you’re watching.
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20.MUTE
Press this button to mute or restore sound.
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21.AUDIO
Press this button to change the audio language of the DVD.
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22.
Fast reverse in DVD mode.
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23.
Fast forward in DVD mode.
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FAV
Adds or Delete current channel from the favourite list.
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24.ZOOM
To select a screen display size on your TV in DVD mode.
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10
23
22
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FAV
EPG
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30
25.GOTO
Press this button to start playing the disc program from
the time you want.
26.
Previous chapter in DVD mode.
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27.
Next chapter in DVD mode.
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28.EPG
Press this button to select the electronic programme guide.
29.SUBTITLE
To show the subtitle for the program you're watching.
30.PRO
To edit the program list of your DVD disc in DVD mode.
31.ANGLE
To select different angles to which the picture suits your
preference.
Universal Remote Code: 1218
32.REPEAT
Press this button for repeat the program.
33.AB
Press this button for repeat play point A and B.
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CONTROL REFERENCE GUIDE
SIDE VIEW
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2. ▲ Button
1.Disc Door
Insert discs to disc door
Press to eject a disc.
3.
►
Button
Press to start pause or resume playback of a disc.
4. INPUT Button
Press to select the input source of the TV .
5. Menu Button
Press to display the on-screen TV menu.
6. VOL+ Button
Press to adjust the volume up.
7. VOL- Button
Press to adjust the volume down.
8. CH+ Button
Press to change the TV channels and up
highlight selections on the menu screen.
9. CH- Button
Press to change the TV channels and down
highlight selections on the menu screen.
10. STANDBY Button
Press to turn the unit on and off.
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CONNECTIONS
CONNECTING A TV ANTENNA / CABLE / SATELLITE
To view television channels correctly, a signal must
be received from one of the following sources:
- An indoor or outdoor aerial antenna
- A cable system
- A satellite system
NOTE
For receiving over-the-air TV broadcasts, we
recommend that you use an external fixed antenna.
Should you require the use of a temporar y antenna,
please ensure that you purchase an antenna with
sufficient ability to receive in weak signal areas.
Only when you are in close proximity to a transmitter
will a temporar y antenna reproduce a signal as
strongly as a fixed antenna.
Satellite, cable or TV antenna
cable to TV ANTENNA
terminal (cable not included)
CONNECTING AN A/V DEVICE
To connect to other equipment such as a VCR, camcorder, satellite system or cable, etc.
Connecting to a VCR / Camcorder /
Satellite System / Cable
Connect the AUDIO and S-VIDEO cable
(not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the cable from the other
equipment ( AUDIO OUT and S-VIDEO OUT ) to
this unit ( AV1's AUDIO IN and S-VIDEO IN ).
NOTE
Please refer to the user manual for the other
equipment for more information.
To S - VIDE O IN
jacks
To AUDIO IN
jacks (AV1 IN)
To S-VIDEO OUT / AUDIO OUT jacks
CONNECTING DEVICES WITH A COMPOSITE (YELLOW RCA-TYPE)
VIDEO OUTPUT
To connect A/V devices such as a VCR, video game system or camcorder.
Connecting to a VCR / Video Game System / Camcorder
Connect the AUDIO / VIDEO cable (not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the cable from the other equipment ( AUDIO and VIDEO OUT ) to this unit
(AV1 or AV2 in)
NOTE
Please refer to the user manual
for the other equipment for
more information.
To AUDIO / VIDEO
OUT jacks
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To AUDIO / VIDEO
IN jacks (AV1 or AV2 IN)
CONNECTIONS
CONNECTING A HIGH-DEFINITION (HD) SOURCE USING COMPONENT CONNECTION
High-Definition (HD) Devices with component video output must be connected to the YPbPr input.
Connect the component video cable and audio cable (not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the component video cable and audio cable from the other equipment
(COMPONENT OUT and AUDIO OUT)to the unit COMPONENT1 IN or COMPONENT2 IN.
NOTE
When connecting a DVD player to the television,
the picture resolution is solely dependent upon
the resolution supported by the DVD player attached.
DVD player resolutions vary from 480i to 1080 i ,
and this television can support DVD players up to
a maximum resolution of 1080i .
* May require a subscription
for receiving HD channels,
check with your cable/satellite
service provider for details.
COMPONENT1 IN
or COMPONENT2 IN
To COMPONENT
VIDEO IN jacks
To COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT jacks
To COMPONENT
AUDIO IN jacks
To COMPONENT AUDIO
OUT jacks
CONNECTING A HIGH-DEFINITION (HD) SOURCE USING HDMI CONNECTION
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) supports both video and audio on a single digital connection
for use with DVD players, DTV, set-top boxes and other digital AV devices. HDMI was developed to provide
the technologies of High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) as well as Digital Visual Interface
(DVI) in one specification. HDCP is used to protect digital content transmitted and received by
DVI-compliant or HDMIcompliant displays.
HDMI has the capability to support standard, enhanced or high-definition video plus standard to
multi-channel surround-sound audio. HDMI features include uncompressed digital video, a bandwidth of
up to 2.2 gigabytes per second (with HDTV signals), one connector (instead of several cables and
connectors), and communication between the AV source and AV devices such as DTVs.
Connect the HDMI cable (not included) as
shown:
Make sure you connect the cable from the
source equipment ( HDMI OUT ) to this unit
( HDMI IN ).
HDMI CABLE
(NOT INCLUDED)
To HDMI
IN jack
To HDMI
OUT jack
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CONNECTIONS
CONNECTING A PC
Connect the 15-pin D-SUB PC/VGA connector
from your computer to the 15-pin D-SUB PC/VGA
input on this unit using a monitor cable and an
audio cable (not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the cable from the computer
( VGA and AUDIO - PC OUT ) to this unit
( VGA and AUDIO - PC IN ).
TO AUDIO OUT jacks
TO PC Connector
CONNECTING THE POWER CORD
You can power your TV unit by plugging the power cord into the AC socket on the side of
the unit and into a wall AC power outlet. Check that the rated voltage of your unit matches your local
voltage. Make sure that the power cord is fully inserted into the unit.
NOTE
• Insert the power plug fully into the socket outlet .
( If the power plug is loose , it could generate heat and
cause fire .)
• Ensure that the power plug is easily accessible.
• Ensure the earth pin on the power plug is securely
connected to prevent electrical shock.
• Do not touch the power plug with a wet hand .
( This may cause electrical shock .)
• Do not use any power cord other than that provided
with this TV. ( This may cause fire or electrical shock.)
• Do not damage the power cord .
( A damaged cord may cause fire or electrical shock ).
• Do not move the TV with the cord plugged in the
socket outlet.
• Do not place a heavy object on the cord or place
the cord near a high-temperature object.
• Do not twist the cord, bend it excessively, or stretch it.
• Do not pull on the cord. Hold onto the power plug body when disconnecting cord.
• Do not use a damaged power plug or socket outlet.
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CONNECTIONS
Connection to a Home Theater Audio System
How To Setup Digital Output
Press the MENU button on the remote control
Press the right ►
a rrow button to select AUDIO
Press the down ▼
a rrow button to highlight
SPDIF type right ►
R aw or PCM
For BEST audio performance
Connecting to a Home Theater System
Dolby Digital can deliver optimal 2 channel
stereo or surround sound with five discrete
full range channels plus a sixth channel for
a subwoofer.
Enjoy optimal sound reproduction from your
system with a Dolby Digital amplifier that
incorporates a digital coaxial input. Connect
an optional digital cable directly to the
television’s Coax audio output to listen
through all inputs except VGA.
(The VGA does not support digital audio)
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Picture
Audio
Sound Mode
Treble
50
Balance
50
Audio Language
Move
11
Standard
50
SPDIF Type
Coax
Setup
Bass
Surround
SPDIF OUT
Tim e
Off
PCM
English
Select
MENU
Exit
WALL MOUNT INSTALLATION
INSTALLING / REMOVING THE BASE STAND
WARNING : The LCD D isplay i s v ery f ragile , and m ust b e p rotected a t a ll t imes w hen r emoving t he b ase
Stand .
Be sure that no hard or sharp object or anything that could scratch or damage the LCD display comes into
contact with it . Do NOT exert pressure on the front of the unit at any time because the screen could crack .
1. Disconnect all cables or cords connected to the unit .
2 . Lay the unit down on a flat surface with the back side facing up . Please make sure to place a soft
cushioned material such as a pillow or thick piece of foam beneath the screen
3 . To remove the base stand , loosen screws off the holes then pull downwards to release
the base stand .
4 . To install the base stand , put the stand into the hole at the bottom of the TV then insert screws to the
holes and tighten.
(Not supplied)
MOUNTING ON THE WALL
This unit is VESA-compliant, and is designed to be wall-mounted with a VESA-compliant 12” x 8”
(300mm x 200mm) mounting kit designed for flat-panel TVs (not supplied). Mount this unit according to
the instructions included in the mounting kit.
Length of screw should not exceed 12 mm.
NOTE
Remove the base stand before mounting the unit on the wall.
12”
8”
M5
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INITIAL SETUP
PUTTING THE UNIT ON A PROPER PLACE
When you turn on your television set for
the first time, be sure to place it on a solid
stable surface.
To avoid danger, do not expose the TV
to water, or a heat source
(e.g. lamp, candle, radiator).
Do not obstruct the ventilation grid
at the rear and be sure to leave sufficient
gaps around the unit.
TURNING THE UNIT ON FOR THE FIRST TIME
After you have initially connected your TV
antenna or cable,
turn the television ON.
A screen will display asking you to run a
Channel Auto Scan to search and receive
available local digital channels.
Please run
Channel Auto Scan
It is here where you will select antenna options
and run Channel Auto Scan .
Channels will be stored in the TV tuner.
Press the MENU button on the remote control.
Using the
buttons, scroll to highlight TV mode .
Press the
button to highlight AIR/CABLE.
INPUT SO URCE
SOUR CE SELECT ION
1. Press the SOUR CE button on the remo te control.
2. Use the or button to select the options
(TV,AV1,AV2,S-VIDEO,Component1,Component2,DVD,HDMI1,
HDMI2,HDMI3,VGA)
and select any of them using the
button or
the ENT ER button.
(The screen will change to your desired s ource).
Note:
Before wa tching please ma ke sure all necessary
cables and devices are connected.
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TV
AV1
AV2
S-Video
Component1
Component2
DVD
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI3
VGA
INITIAL SETUP
How to Navigate
Air Mode: Select AIR when connected to an
indoor/outdoor antenna.
Cable Mode: Select CABLE if you subscribe to
a pay television service includ ing satellite.
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6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
LOCK
Picture
CHANNEL
Favorite
Favorite
Show Hide
Show Hide
Cable
Channel No
Channel No
KOCE LB
Channel label
Channel label
DTV Signal
DTV Signal
Move
Select
MENU
Move
Exit
Select
Tim e
Exit
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Audio
MENU
Using the ◄►
b utton to highlight CABLE.
button to highlight AIR.
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Picture
CHANNEL
Setup
Auto Scan
Auto Scan
Press the
Tim e
Air /Cable
Air
Air /Cable
Audio
Setup
CHANNEL
Picture
Auto
Cable System
Audio
Tim e
Setup
CHANNEL
Auto
Cable System
Start to Scan
Start to Scan
Move
Next
MENU
Move
Exit
Press the ▼
b utton to select AUTOSCAN then
press the ►
b utton to start Channel Auto Scan.
Next
MENU
Exit
Press the ▼
b utton to select AUTOSCAN.
Press the ENTER button and the cursor will move
up and CABLE SYSTEM will be displayed next.
Press ►
t he button to select STD > IRC > HRC >
Auto (Auto is recommended).
Press the ▼
b utton to select Auto Scan
and press ENTER to start Channel Auto Scan.
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Picture
Audio
Move
Ti m e
Setup
Picture
CHANNEL
Audio
Ti m e
Setup
RF CH
7
RF CH
7
Found
4
Found
4
Next
MENU
Move
Exit
Channel Auto Scan may take several minutes
to complete.
Next
CHANNEL
MENU
Exit
Channel Auto Scan may take several minutes
to complete.
NOTE: For cable or satellite users with no TV antenna, there no need to run Channel Auto Scan.
Connect your cable or satellite set top box to one of the available inputs on the TV for viewing.
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T V SETUP
Pict ure
PICTURE MENU
The PICTURE menu offers options to enhance and refine the picture displayed on your TV
based on ambient room light and personal preferences.
Adjustment options include contrast, brightness, color, tint, sharpness and Color Temp.
How to Navigate:
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select PICTURE.
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Picture
Audio
Picture Mode
Tim e
Setup
Standard
Contrast
50
Brightness
50
Color
50
Tint
0
Sharpness
50
Color Temp
Move
Normal
Select
MENU
Press the ▼
b utton to highlight ,
then press the ►
b utton to select your viewing
preference from 4 factory options:
STANDARD > DYNAMIC > MILD > USER.
The STANDARD setting is recommended for most
viewing environments.
Depending on the ambient light level in the room,
you may find one of the other options
more pleasing.
Exit
To make more critical picture adjustments based on your own preferences in USER:
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Picture
Audio
Tim e
Standard
Picture Mode
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Contrast.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to
increase or decrease contrast intensity.
Setup
Contrast
50
Brightness
50
Color
50
Tint
0
Sharpness
50
Normal
Color Temp
Move
Adjust
MENU
Exit
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Picture
Audio
Picture Mode
Use the ▼b utton to highlight Brightness.
Navigate using the◄►
b uttons to
increase or decrease overall brightness.
Tim e
Setup
Parental
TV
Standard
Contrast
50
Brightness
50
Color
50
Tint
0
50
Sharpness
Color Temp
Move
15
Normal
Adjust
MENU
Exit
T V SETUP
Pict ure
PICTURE MENU
The PICTURE menu offers options to enhance and refine the picture displayed on your TV
based on ambient room light and personal preferences.
Adjustment options include contrast, brightness, color, tint, sharpness and color temp.
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select PICTURE.
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12
6
Picture
Audio
6
Tim e
Setup
Picture
Standard
Picture Mode
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Standard
Picture Mode
Contrast
50
Contrast
50
Brightness
50
Brightness
50
Color
50
Color
50
Tint
0
Tint
0
50
Sharpness
Sharpness
Normal
Color Temp
Move
Adjust
Color Temp
MENU
Exit
Move
Picture Mode
Exit
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6
Tim e
MENU
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Audio
Adjust
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Tint.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to adjust colors
toward green or reddish tint.
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Color.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to
increase or decrease color intensity.
Picture
50
Normal
Picture
Setup
Audio
Picture Mode
Standard
Tim e
Setup
Standard
Contrast
50
Contrast
50
Brightness
50
Brightness
50
Color
50
Color
50
0
Tint
0
Tint
Color Temp
Move
Color Temp
Normal
Adjust
MENU
Move
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Sharpness.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to soften or
view crisper edges in the picture.
50
Sharpness
50
Sharpness
Normal
Adjust
MENU
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Color Temp.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select COOL
(more bluish tone), NORMAL or WARM.
The default setting is NORMAL.
WARM mode will provide color that is calibrated
to D6500° Kelvin, the standard color that
broadcast stations and the Motion Picture
industry consider as the most accurate to
view programming.
Note:
When adjustments are completed, you may select another menu by pressing
the Menu button.
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Audio
AUDIO MENU
The AUDIO menu offers options to make sound enhancements while listening through the built-in
speakers and personal preferences.
Adjustment options include bass, treble, balance, surround, SPDIF Type and audio language.
How to Navigate:
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select AUDIO.
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Press the ▼
b utton to highlight SoundMode,
then press the ►
b utton to select your sound
preference from 4 factory options:
STANDARD > MUSIC > MOVIE > USER.
6
Picture
Audio
Sound Mode
Tim e
Setup
Standard
Bass
50
Treble
50
Balance
50
Surround
SPDIF Type
Audio Language
Move
Off
Depending on the surroundings in the room,
you may find one of the other options
more pleasing.
PCM
English
Select
The STANDARD setting is recommended for most
sound environments.
MENU
Exit
To make more critical audio adjustments based on your own preferences in USER:
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6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Standard
Sound Mode
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Bass.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to
increase or decrease low frequency intensity.
Setup
Bass
50
Treble
50
Balance
50
Surround
Off
SPDIF Type
PCM
Audio Language
English
Move
Adjust
MENU
Exit
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6
Picture
Audio
Sound Mode
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Treble.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to
increase or decrease high frequency intensity.
Setup
Standard
Bass
50
Treble
50
Balance
50
Surround
SPDIF Type
Audio Language
Move
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Tim e
Off
PCM
English
Adjust
MENU
Exit
T V SETUP
Audio
AUDIO MENU
The AUDIO menu offers options to make sound enhancements while listening through the built-in
speakers and personal preferences.
Adjustment options include bass, treble, balance, surround ,SPDIF Type and audio language.
How to Navigate:
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select AUDIO.
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12
6
6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Picture
Tim e
Setup
Standard
Sound Mode
Standard
Sound Mode
Audio
50
Bass
50
Treble
50
Treble
50
Balance
50
Bass
Surround
Balance
Off
SPDIF Type
PCM
Audio Language
Adjust
Off
SPDIF Type
English
Move
50
Surround
PCM
Audio Language
MENU
English
Move
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Balance.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to adjust sound
towards the right or left speaker.
Select
MENU
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Surround.
Navigate using the ►
b utton to turn the
dimensional surround effect ON or OFF.
(for built-in speakers only).
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12
6
6
Picture
Audio
Sound Mode
Tim e
Setup
Picture
Standard
Audio
Sound Mode
Tim e
Setup
Standard
Bass
50
Bass
50
Treble
50
Treble
50
Balance
50
Balance
50
Surround
SPDIF Type
Audio Language
Move
Off
Surround
SPDIF Type
PCM
English
Select
Audio Language
MENU
Exit
Move
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight SPDIF Type.
Navigate using the ►
b utton to adjust.
Off
PCM
English
Select
MENU
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Audio Language.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select to listen
to an alternative language broadcast
(if available) English > French > Spanish.
You may select an alternative language using
the remote control by pressing MTS)
Note:
When adjustments are completed, you may select another menu by pressing
the Menu button.
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6
Tim e
TIME MENU
The TIME menu includes adjustment of settings for your local time zone and daylight savings time.
The clock will adjust automatically after the initial Channel Auto Scan of available broadcast
channels in your area.
How to Navigate:
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select TIME.
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12
6
6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Sleep Timer
Off
Sleep Timer
Off
Time Zone
Pacific
Time Zone
Pacific
Off
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time
Clock
Move
Select
MENU
Move
Exit
Setup
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Sleep Timer
Off
Sleep Timer
Off
Time Zone
Pacific
Time Zone
Pacific
Daylight Saving Time
Off
Daylight Saving Time
Off
Move
Select
MENU
2007 10 31 04 04 PM
Clock
2007 10 31 04 04 PM
Clock
Exit
6
6
Tim e
MENU
12
12
Audio
Select
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight TimeZone,
then press the ►
b utton to select among:
EASTERN > CENTRAL > MOUNTAIN >
PACIFIC > ALASKA > HAWAII.
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight SleepTimer,
then press the ►
b utton to select among:
5min, 10min, 15min, 30min, 45min, 60min,
90min, 120min, 180min, 240min and off.
Picture
Off
2007 10 31 04 04 PM
Clock
2007 10 31 04 04 PM
Move
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight
Daylight Saving Time.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to turn
this feature on or off.
Select
MENU
Clock: Display the time at present.
Note:
When adjustments are completed, you may select another menu by pressing
the Menu button.
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Exit
T V SETUP
Setup
SETUP MENU
In the SETUP menu you may change the initial set up of preferences that include settings for
language, menu display, computer monitoring, closed captions, enhancement of black detail
in the picture and resetting your TV back to its factory default status.
How to Navigate:
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select SETUP.
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12
6
6
Picture
Audio
Time
Setup
Lock
Picture
Channel
English
Menu Language
Transparency
Off
Advance
Close Caption
Close Caption
XVS
XVS
On
On
Restore Default
Restore Default
Move
Select
MENU
Move
Exit
Use the▼
b utton to highlight Menu Language,
Press the ►
b utton to select the language
you prefer among English, French and Spanish.
Select
Time
6
Setup
Lock
Channel
Picture
English
Menu Language
Transparency
Time
Off
Zoom Mode
Off
Normal
Off
Noise Reduction
Advance
Setup
English
Transparency
Normal
Noise Reduction
Audio
Menu Language
Off
Zoom Mode
Exit
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6
Audio
MENU
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Noise Reduction.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to reduce video
noise: Middle > Strong> Off > Weak
Default setting: Middle)
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Advance
Close Caption
Close Caption
XVS
Restore Default
Restore Default
Move
Select
MENU
Exit
Move
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Transparency.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to turn Off or On
the translucent effect of the OSD.
Menu Language
Transparency
Zoom Mode
Noise Reduction
Lock
Picture
Channel
Audio
Menu Language
English
Transparency
Off
Zoom Mode
Normal
Noise Reduction
Off
Time
Setup
English
Off
Normal
Are you sure ?
Off
No
Yes
Advance
Close Caption
Close Caption
When
prompted,
Select "Yes"
to confirm.
On
On
XVS
On
Restore Default
Restore Default
Move
Exit
6
Setup
Advance
XVS
MENU
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6
Time
Select
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight XVS.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select:
Off > On. XVS provides noticeable black detail
enhancement that may be preferred.
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Audio
On
On
XVS
On
Picture
Channel
Normal
Noise Reduction
Advance
Picture
Lock
Off
Zoom Mode
Off
Setup
English
Transparency
Normal
Noise Reduction
Time
Menu Language
Off
Zoom Mode
Audio
Select
MENU
Move
Exit
Select
Next
MENU
Exit
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Zoom Mode.
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Restore Default.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select the
Press the ►
b utton to automatically set all
viewing mode: Normal > Wide > Zoom > Cinema. adjustments back to their original settings.
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T V SETUP
Setup
SETUP MENU
The SETUP menu includes adjustments for activating the Closed Caption feature for display
on the television and customizing CC display types and font styles.
How to Navigate:
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12
6
6
Pict ure
Audio
Time
Setup
Lock
Pict ure
Ch anne l
En glish
Me nu Language
Transparency
Off
Zoo m Mo de
Time
Setup
CC Mo de
On
Basic Sel ection
CC 1
Ad vanced Se lection
No rma l
Se rvice 1
Option
Off
No ise Re duction
Audio
Ad vance
Cl ose Ca ption
XVS
On
Re store De fault
Mo ve
Select
Ne
xt
MENU
Mo ve
Ex
Exit
it
Press the MENU button on the remote control.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select SETUP.
Press the▼
b utton to highlight Closed Caption
then press the ►
b utton to select from the
following options.
Se lect
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6
6
Audio
Time
Setup
Picture
Audio
Time
Setup
CC Mode
On
CC Mode
On
Basic Selection
CC1
Basic Selection
CC1
Advanced Selection
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Advance Selection.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select
Service 1 - 6.
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Picture
MENU
Advanced Selection
Service 1
Service 1
Option
Option
Move
Select
MENU
Move
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight CC Mode.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select
Off > On > CC on Mute.
Next
MENU
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Option.
Press the ►
b utton to enter a menu with options
to cus tomize text fonts, colors and opacities.
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12
6
Picture
Audio
Time
6
Setup
Picture
CC Mode
On
Basic Selection
CC1
Advanced Selection
Service 1
Option
Move
Select
MENU
Exit
Audio
Time
Setup
Mode
Custom
Font Style
Default
Font Size
Default
Font Edge Style
Default
Font Edge Color
Default
FG Color
Default
BG Color
Default
FG Opacity
Default
BG Opacity
Default
Move
Select
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Basic Selection.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select
CC 1-4, Text 1-4.
Note:
When adjustments are completed, you may select another menu by pressing
the Menu button.
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MENU
Exit
T V SETUP
Setup
SETUP MENU
In the SETUP menu you may adjust the position of images displayed on screen once you connect
an input signal from your PC. Recommended resolution is 1366 x 768.
If your PC system uses a standard signal mode, the screen will adjust automatically.
Connect an optional 3.5mm audio cable for stereo sound.
How to Navigate:
After connecting to a PC, press the SOURCE button and highlight VGA, then press the ENTER
button.
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12
6
6
Picture
Audio
Time
Menu Language
Setup
Picture
Channel
Tim e
Audio
Setup
English
H - pos
50
Off
V - pos
50
Clock
50
Phase
0
Transparency
Zoom Mode
Lock
Normal
Off
Noise Reduction
Advance
Auto
Close Caption
XVS
On
Restore Default
Move
Select
Move
Exit
MENU
Press the MENU button on the remote control
and navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select
SETUP. Press the ▼
b utton to highlight
Advanced, then press the ►button to select
from the following options.
Adjust
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6
6
Tim e
Audio
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Clock.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to control the
width of the image.
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Picture
MENU
Picture
Setup
Tim e
Audio
Setup
H - pos
50
H - pos
50
V - pos
50
V - pos
50
Clock
50
Clock
50
Phase
0
Phase
0
Auto
Auto
Move
Adjust
MENU
Move
Exit
12
Tim e
Exit
12
6
Audio
MENU
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight Phase.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to improve focus
and image stability.
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight H-POS.
Navigate using the ◄►
b ut tons to adjust the
position of images displayed from side to side.
Picture
Adjust
6
Setup
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
H - pos
50
H - pos
50
V - pos
50
V - pos
50
Clock
50
Clock
50
Phase
0
Phase
0
Auto
Are you sure ?
No
Yes
Auto
When
prompted,
Select "Yes"
to confirm.
Move
Adjust
MENU
Exit
Move
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight V-POS.
Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to adjust the
position of images displayed up and down.
Next
MENU
Exit
Use the ▼
b utton to highlight AUTO.
Press the ►
b utton to automatically adjust the
display to the best setting.
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T V SETUP
Lock
LOCK(PARENTAL) MENU
In the LOCK(PARENTAL) menu you may block television by inputting passwords.
To gain access and select your preferences within the LOCK(Parental) menu
make certain your input is set to TV.
How to Navigate:
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select Parental.
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12
6
6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Picture
Tim e
Audio
Setup
Enter New Password
Enter Password
Confirm Password
0~9
MENU
0~9
Exit
Press the ▼
b utton to highlight
Enter Password. Enter your 4 digit code
(factory default code is "0000")
unless previously changed.
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6
Audio
Tim e
6
Setup
Picture
Change Password
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Change Password
System Lock
System Lock
On
US
US
Canada
Canada
RRT Setting
RRT Setting
Reset RRT
Reset RRT
Move
Exit
Use the numeric buttons to input a new
4 digit code by two times.
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Picture
MENU
Next
MENU
Move
Exit
To change the password, press the ►
b utton
to display a screen to enter your new password,
then confirm again.
Select
MENU
Exit
To make changes to PARENTAL controls,
Highlight SYSTEM LOCK then press
the ►
b utton to ON.
NOTE:
RRT Setting and Reset RRT are not user's adjustable settings.
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On
T V SETUP
LOCK(PARENTAL) MENU
Lock
In the LOCK(PARENTAL) menu you may block television and movie programming based on
U.S TV and movie rating guidelines. To gain ac cess and select your preferences
within the LOCK(Parental) menu make certain your input is set to TV.
How to Navigate:
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select LOCK
(Parental).
Press the ▼
b utton to highlight ENTER PASSWORD. Enter your 4 digit code
(factory default code is "0000") unless previously changed.
To set parental controls for television programming or DVD movies, press the ▲▼buttons to
highlight US. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to highlight TV/MPAA menu.
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12
6
6
Picture
Tim e
Audio
Picture
Setup
Audio
TV
TV
ALL
MPAA
N A
Setup
Tim e
FV
RATING
V
S
L
D
TV Y
TV Y7
TV G
TV PG
TV 14
TV MA
Block
Move
Next
MENU
Move
Exit
Press ENTER to lock or unlock
Next
MENU
Exit
Highlight TV, then press the ►
b utton to enter the TV Ratings menu to select your preference.
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N/A
6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
TV
MPAA
Move
N A
Select
MENU
Exit
Highlight MPAA then press the ►
b utton repeatedly to select your movie rating preference.
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T V SETUP
Lock
LOCK(PARENTAL) MENU
In the LOCK(PARENTAL) menu you may block television and movie programming based on
Canadian TV and movie rating guidelines. To gain ac cess and select your preferences
within the LOCK(Parental) menu make certain your input is set to TV.
How to Navigate:
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using t he ◄►
b uttons to select Parental.
Press the button to highlight ENTER PASSWORD. Enter your 4 digit code
(factory default code is "0000") unless previously changed.
To set parental controls for television programming or DVD movies, press the ▲▼
b uttons to
highlight Canada.Navigate using the◄►
b uttons to highlight Canada English/Canada French menu.
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6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Canada English
G
Canada French
G
Move
Select
MENU
Exit
Navigate using the ▼
b utton to highlight CANADA ENGLISH, then press the ►
b utton repeatedly
to select your ratings preference.
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6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Canada English
G
Canada French
G
Move
Select
MENU
Exit
Navigate using the ▼
b utton to highlight CANADA FRENCH, then press the ►
b utton repeatedly
to select your ratings preference.
NOTE:
When adjustments are completed, you may select another menu by pressing
the Menu button.
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T V SETUP
TV(CHANNEL) MENU
Channel
The TV(CHANNEL) menu provides for the setup of your television to receive TV channels, store
your favorites, add or skip channels and label them by their call letters.
How to Navigate:
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using the ◄►
b uttons to select TV.
Press the ▼
b utton to highlight your preferences.
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12
6
6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Picture
Air
Air /Cable
Auto Scan
Favorite
Show/Hide
50 3
Channel No
KOCE LB
Channel Lable
Good
DTV Signal
Audio
Setup
Tim e
Channel
Program Name
2 0
14 1
14 2
14 3
50 1
50 2
50 3
66 0
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
KOCE
KOCE
KOCE
Favorite
1
2
3
HD
SD
LB
Prev
Move
Nxet
Next
Move Press 扙NTER Change
Exit
MENU
Exit
MENU
Highlight FAVOURITE to add channels to your Favorites List. Navigate using the ▲▼◄►
b uttons
to select channels to be added or deleted from your list. Press the ENTER button to add or delete
a channel. A checkmark indicates a channel has been added. You may also display your favourite
list from the remote control by pressing FAV.
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12
6
6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Picture
Setup
Channel
Air
Air /Cable
Favorite
Show/ Hide
50 3
KOCE LB
Channel Lable
Good
DTV Signal
Setup
Tim e
Program Name
2 0
14 1
14 2
14 3
50 1
50 2
50 3
66 0
Auto Scan
Channel No
Audio
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
KOCE
KOCE
KOCE
Add/Delete
1
2
3
HD
SD
LB
Prev
Move
Next
MENU
Next
Move Press 扙NTER Change
Exit
Exit
MENU
Highlight to select Show/Hide or skip channels already in memory. Navigate using the ▲▼◄►
buttons to access the list of available channels. Press the ENTER button to change the channels
status. A checkmark indicates a channel has been added.
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12
6
6
Picture
Audio
Tim e
Picture
Setup
Audio
Tim e
Setup
Air
Air /Cable
Auto Scan
Favorite
KBBC - DT
Show/Hide
50 3
Channel No
Channel Lable
KOCE LB
Good
DTV Signal
Move
Next
MENU
Move
Exit
Next
MENU
Exit
Highlight CHANNEL LABEL to name or rename a broadcast channel. Navigate using the ►
b utton
to enter the screen menu to re-label a channel. Use the ▲▼
b uttons to spell out each letter,
number or character. Use the ◄►
b uttons to advance to the next space.
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T V SETUP
ZOOM MODE
The ZOOM function offers several viewing display options on the 16:9 screen.
Press ZOOM to cycle through the following widescreen settings.
1. NORMAL
Recommended for viewing native
widescreen content and
undistorted 4:3 images.
(With Black Bars)
2. WIDE
Stretches certain 4:3 content and
may reduce the black bars.
3. ZOOM
Stretches the image both vertically
and horizontally to fill the screen
when viewing widescreen content.
The zoom effect will crop images
somewhat.
4. CINEMA
When viewing 4:3 content,
Cinema mode will fill the entire
screen eliminating the side black bars.
It may also eliminate or reduce black
bars on certain widescreen movies.
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FAV
EPG
DISC FORMATS
ICONS USED ON DVDs
NOTES ON COPYRIGHT
It is forbidden by law to copy, broadcast, show,
broadcast on cable, play in public or rent
copyrighted material without permission.
Apparatus Claims of U.S. Patent Nos. 6,836,549;
6,381,747; 7,050,698; 6,516,132; and 5,583,936
licensed for limited viewing uses only.
DVDs are copy protected, and any recordings made
from these discs will be distorted. This product
incorporates copyright protection technology that is
protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights owned by
Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is
intended for home and other limited viewing uses
only, unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision
Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly
is prohibited.
Sample Icons
Language selections for audio
Language selections for subtitles
Screen aspect ratio
Multiple camera angles
Region code indicator
NOTE
When playing back a CD-G (Graphics) or
CD EXTRA disc, the audio portion will be played,
but the graphic images may not be shown.
TITLES, CHAPTERS AND TRACKS
The unit can play:
• DVDs are divided into "TITLES" and "CHAPTERS".
If the disc has more than one movie on it,
each mo vie wo uld be a separate "TITLE".
“CHAPTERS" are sections of titles.
DVDs
[8cm/12cm disc]
Audio CDs
[8cm/12cm disc]
CD- R CD- RW
Compatible
REGION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
Region Management Information: This unit is
designed and manufactured to respond to the
Region Management Information that is encoded
on DVDs. If the region number printed on the
DVD does not correspond to the region number
of this unit, this unit cannot play that disc.
The region number of this equipment is
• Audio CDs are divided into "TRACKS".
A "TRACK" is usually one song on an Audio CD.
.
DISC FUNCTION OR OPERATION
THAT IS NOT AVAILABLE
When the “ INVALID KEY ”
symbol appears on the screen,
it indicates that the function or operation
attempted is not available at that time.
This occurs because the DVD manufacturer
determines the specific functions.
Certain functions may not be available on
some discs. Be sure to read the documentation
provided with the DVD.
NOTE
Numbers identify each title, chapter and track
on a disc. Most discs have these numbers record
on them, but some do not.
NOTES ON UNAUTHORIZED DISCS
You may not be able to playback some DVDs
on this equipment if they were purchased from
outside your geographic area or made for
business purposes.
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CD / DVD OPERATION
This owner's manual explains the basic instructions of this unit.Some DVDs are produced with
limited operation during playback.For example,many DVDs do not allow users to skip government
warnings,or in some cases previews or other features.This is not a defect in the unit. Refer to
the instruction notes of discs.
“ INVALID KEY ”may appear on the screen during operation. “ INVALID KEY ” means that the desired
operation is not permitted by the unit or disc.
BASIC OPERATIONS
TURN ON AND OFF THE DVD FUNCTION
Turn on the LCD TV and then press the SOURCE button repeatedly to select DVD mode.
INSERT DISC TO DVD
Insert the Disc to the Disc door (label side of the disc has to face yourself), the player
will load the disc automatically. There will have an on screen indication “CLOSE ” then “ READ”. After
loading the disc content, it will switch to play mode automatically. If the disc is already placed inside,
the disc will be read automatically.
NOTE: For some discs, after loading the content of the disc, need to press the
or select from the disc menu
to start.
Please make sure when inserting the Disc, the label side of the disc should be facing yourself
when inserting the Disc incorrectly, you may damage the DVD mechanism.
PLAYING A PICTURE FILE DISC
This unit can play JPG files recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs.
1. Hold the disc by its edge and gently push it into the door, with the label side facing yourself.
2. The unit will load the disc and automatically display the contents of the disc on the screen,
while also beginning to play the picture file. These files will then be played back one by one.
3. Press the
button to go to the folder list.
4. Press the ▲
o r ▼button to highlight a file to play. Press the
button to start playback.
PAUSING /PLAYING PLAYBACK
Press the
button to switch between pausing and playing.
STOPPING PLAYBACK
Press the button
at the location where you want to interrupt playback. To resume playback at the
position where the disc was stopped, press the button
.
If you press the button
twice, the unit's memory will be cleared and pressing the button
will
reset the disc to the beginning.
SKIP (FORWARD / REVERSE)
Press the
PREV button to go back to previous chapters/tracks.
Press the
NEXT button to advance chapters/tracks.
For an Audio CD, use the number buttons (remote control only) to jump directly to that track number.
TITLE (for DVD disc only)
Press the TITLE button, there will have an on screen indication “TITLE”.
Press the direction or numeric buttons to select your favorite title.
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CD / DVD OPERATION
VOLUME
• Press the VOL - / VOL + buttons to adjust the output volume.
NOTE: Playback DVD discs in original code, is not adjustable.
MUTE
• Press the MUTE button to mute the audio output. There will have an on screen symbol indicate “MUTE”.
• Press again to cancel, or Press the VOL + button to cancel and adjust the volume.
• In case there is no audio output, try to press the MUTE button to cancel mute.
ZOOM
• Press the ZOOM button to zoom in the picture.
• There are 6 zoom modes, press the ZOOM button to toggle between different zoom modes in sequent.
( Zoom2 - Zoom3 - Zoom4 - Zoom1/2 - Zoom1/3 - Zoom1/4 - Zoom OFF)
• In Zoom2-4, you may use the ▲▼◄► buttons to pan the picture for your favorite portion.
PROGRAM
Using Program playback, you can select max. 16 tracks from the disc to playback in programmed order.
OSD for program playback as below.
TITLE/ CHAPTER PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK (DVD )
TITTLE
CHAPTER
TRACK PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK (CD)
TRACK
• If it is in PBC ON status, using program playback will turn to PBC OFF automatically.
• According to the highlight area input the title and chapter number by the numeric buttons, press the
button to start; or move to the < PLAY> by the navigation buttons, press the ENTER button to start.
• While playing the program, you may press the PROGRAM button to display the program menu for edit.
To clear the program by moving to <CLEAR> by the navigation buttons, press the ENTER button.
Or press the button to end the program. When press the
button again, the disc will play by sequent.
• While playing the program, there will have an on screen indication “PRG PLAY” and the current title
and chapter number.
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CD / DVD OPERATION
FAST FORWARD / FAST REVERSE
1.Press the
or
button when a disc is playing.
Each time the
or
button is pressed, the speed of fast scan changes in the following sequence:
FORWARD X 2 ---> FORWARD X 4 ---> FORWARD X 8 ---> FORWARD X 20 ---> PLAY
BACKWARD X 2 ---> BACKWARD X 4 ---> BACKWARD X 8 ---> BACKWARD X 20 ---> PLAY
2. Press the
button to play when you reach the desired point to resume playback at normal speed .
SUBTITLE SELECTION ( DVD )
1. While a DVD is playing, press the SUBTITLE button to display the current the language setting,
as shown in the example.
2. Press the SUBTITLE button repeatedly to select the desired subtitle language.
NOTE
• If only one language is recorded, the language does not change.
• About two seconds later, playback continues with the new subtitle you selected.
• If no button is pressed within a few seconds, playback continues without changing the current subtitle.
• The number of languages recorded differs depending on the disc.
• This function can only be used for discs on which subtitles have been recorded in multiple languages.
AUDIO SELECTION ( DVD )
On some discs, the sound is recorded in two or more formats. Follow the directions below to select the
preferred language and sound system.
1. While a disc is playing, press the AUDIO button to show the current audio format number.
2. Press the AUDIO button repeatedly to select the desired audio format.
Note
• If only one audio format is recorded, the number does not change.
• About two seconds later, playback continues in the new audio format.
ANGLE SELECTION ( DVD )
Some DVDs contain scenes which have been shot from a number of different angles. For these
discs, the same scene can be viewed from each of these different angles.
1. While you are playing a DVD with different angles recorded, press the ANGLE button to view
the number of the current angle available.
2. Press the ANGLE button repeatedly to change the scene to the next angle in those recorded.
• About two seconds later, playback continues from the new angle you selected.
• If no button is pressed within 10 seconds, playback continues without changing the current angle.
Sequence of angle shots
(Example)
1/3
2/3
3/3
NOTE
This function can only be used for discs on which scenes shot from multiple angles have been recorded .
.
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CD / DVD OPERATION
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
DISPLAY function (DVD) INFO Button
Using INFO button, you can check the current settings of
the following items: ANGLE, AUDIO and SUBTITLE.
While the disc is playing, press the INFO
button repeatedly to display information on
operation status .
LOCATING A SPECIFIC TITLE (DVD)
If a DVD contains title numbers, you can locate a specific title by directly selecting a title number.
1. Press the GOTO button.
2. Press the or button to highlight a specific
field and press the corresponding number
button(s) for the title you want.
3. Press the ENTER button to confirm. The Unit will start playback about 3 seconds later.
LOCATING A SPECIFIC CHAPTER / TRACK
If you know the chapter / track number you want to play, you can locate a
specific chapter / track by directly selecting a chapter / track number.
1. Press the GOTO button to search for your desired chapter / track .
2. Press the or button to highlight a chapter / track and press the corresponding number button(s)
for the chapter / track you want.
3. Press the ENTER button to confirm. Playback starts from the selected chapter / track .
LOCATING A SPECIFIC TIME
You can move to a specific location by entering its corresponding time (hours, minutes, seconds)
1. Press the GOTO button.
2. Press the
or button to highlight time.
3. Press the corresponding number buttons for the setting point you want.
4. Press the ENTER button to confirm. The Unit will start playback about 3 seconds later.
NOTE
• Some discs may not respond to this process.
• Some scenes may not be located as precisely as specified.
• This method for accessing specific locations is available only within the current title of the DVD.
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CD / DVD OPERATION
DVD REPEATING
You can play a specific title or chapter repeatedly. (Title repeat, chapter repeat, A-B repeat)
REPEATING A CHAPTER
You can play the same chapter repeatedly.
1. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the
on the screen.
The current chapter is played repeatedly.
REPEATING A TITLE
You can play the same title repeatedly.
2. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the
The current title is played repeatedly.
TO RESUME NORMAL PLAYBACK
3. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the
indicator displays
indicator displays on the screen.
indicator displays on the screen.
CD REPEATING
You can play a single track and whole disc repeatedly.
REPEATING A SINGLE TRACK
You can play the same track repeatedly.
1. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the
The current track is played repeatedly.
REPEATING A WHOLE DISC
2. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the
The whole disc is played repeatedly.
TO RESUME NORMAL PLAYBACK
3. Press the REPEAT button until the
indicator displays on the screen.
indicator displays on the screen.
indicator displays on the screen.
REPEATING A SPECIFIC SECTION (DVD) (CD)
You can play a specific section repeatedly.
1. While the disc is playing, press the A-B button at the beginning of the section (
you want to play repeatedly.
2. Press the A-B button again at the end of the section (
is displayed).
3. The Unit will immediately begin replaying your selection.
TO RESUME NORMAL PLAYBACK
4. While the disc is playing, press the A-B button until the
is displayed)
indicator displays on the screen.
NOTE
• A-B repeat can only be used within the same title. If the start and end of the section to be repeated
are in different titles, A-B repeat is cancelled.
• The A-B repeat function does not operate in scenes where different camera angles are recorded.
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CD / DVD OPERATION
MP3/JPEG PLAYBACK
After loading the MP3 / JPEG disc, it wil start to scan for the stored MP3 /JPEG folders.
Then will firstly display the MP3 contents automatically and start to play the first file (highlighted file).
Screen as follow:
MP3
MP 3
01 MP3
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Display current
MP3 playback
function
PICTURE
0 1 PICTURE
Display current
Picture playback
function
Highlight file for
current playback.
Buttons for switching
between MP3 and JPEG
playback function.
JPG
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Scroll bar to view
next page.
Buttons for switching
between MP3 and JPEG
playback function.
Using the navigation buttons to check you folder and playback or move to the file.
NOTE:
Press the
,
buttons to move the highlight to folders, documents or mode selection.
Press the numeric buttons to select the contents directly. For number over 10, press the 10+ button first.
(e.g. File number 15, press 10+ then 5.)
When playback MP3 files, there is no picture display, only audio output.
Playing the JPEG discs, press the PROGRAM button to select slide effects. There are 16 slide modes,
press the PROGRAM button to toggle among different modes in sequence.
(Wipe top, Wipe bottom, Wipe left, Wipe right, Diaginal wipe left top, Diaginal wipe right top, Diaginal
wipe left bottom, Diaginal wipe right bottom, Extend from center H, Extend from center V, Compress to
center H, Compress to center V, Window H, Window V, Wipe from else to center Random, None )
When play or pause with picture playback, you may use the navigation buttons to flip / rotate the picture.
button to flip horizontally.
button to flip vertically.
button to rotate left 90˚.
button to rotate right 90˚.
Press the
/
buttons to select next / previous page or press numeric buttons to
view the corresponding pictures.
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CUSTOMIZING THE DVD FUNCTION SETTINGS
Press the D.SETUP button and then press the ◄/►
t o display the system setup menu page
when in DVD mode.
Press the ▲/▼
b utton to move the highlight to select the following option.
Press the ►
b utton to enter the following menu and use the ▲/▼
b utton to select a menu item.
Press the ENTER button to cnfirm.
Press the D.SETUP to exit the DVD setup menu.
The factory default password is “0000”.
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CUSTOMIZING THE DVD FUNCTION SETTINGS
Press the D.SETUP button and then press the ◄/►
t o display the language menu page
when in DVD mode.
Press the ▲/▼
b utton to move the highlight to select the following option.
Press the ►
b utton to enter the following menu and use the ▲/▼
b utton to select a menu item.
Press the ENTER button to cnfirm.
Press the D.SETUP to exit the DVD setup menu.
Press the D.SETUP button and then press the ◄/►
t o display the audio setup menu page
when in DVD mode.
Press the ▲/▼
b utton to move the highlight to select the following option.
Press the ►
b utton to enter the following menu and use the ▲/▼
b utton to select a menu item.
Press the ENTER button to cnfirm.
Press the D.SETUP to exit the DVD setup menu.
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CUSTOMIZING THE DVD FUNCTION SETTINGS
.
Press the D.SETUP button and then press the ◄/►
t o display the Digital setup menu page
when in DVD mode.
Press the ▲/▼
b utton to move the highlight to select the following option.
Press the ►
b utton to enter the following menu and use the ▲/▼
b utton to select a menu item.
Press the ENTER button to cnfirm.
Press the D.SETUP to exit the DVD setup menu.
MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE DISC
A defective or soiled disc inserted into the unit can cause sound to drop out during
playback.
Handle the disc by holding its inner and outer edges.
·Do NOT touch the surface of the unlabeled side of the disc.
·Do NOT stick paper or tape on the surface.
·Do NOT expose the disc to direct sunlight or excessiveheat.
·NEVER use solvents such as benzine or alcohol to clean the disc.
·Clean the disc before playback. Wipe the disc from the center
outward with a cleaning cloth.
·Do NOT use irregular shaped discs
(example : heart shaped, octagonal, etc.).
They may cause malfunctions.
·Be sure to turn the unit off and disconnect the AC power cord before maintaining the unit.
·Wipe the unit with a dry soft cloth. If the surfaces are extremelydirty,
wipe clean with a cloth that has been dipped in a weak soap-and-water solution and
wrung out thoroughly. Wipe with a dry cloth.
·Never use alcohol, benzine, thinner, cleaning fluid or other chemicals. Do NOT use compressed
air to remove dust..
Before transporting the unit, remove the disc from the disc compartment.
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DISPLAY MODE
PC FORMATS
Res o l ut io n
640 X 480
H or i z o nt a l
Sc an ning F r eq u en cy
(KHz)
Vert i c a l
Sc an n i n g Fr e qu e ncy
(Hz)
31. 5
6 40 X 4 8 0
6 40 X 480
8 00 X 600
8 00 X 6 0 0
800 X 6 0 0
800 X 6 0 0
1 024 X 7 68
10 24 X 7 68
1 0 24 X 7 68
13 6 6 X 76 8
47. 7
NOTE:
This product does not support the display mode not listed above.
In order to achieve the best display effect, please select the above-listed
11 display modes input signal.
Because of the difference of display drivers output signal
(especially non-standard signal output), the display image may appear little
disturbance which can be adjusted through “AUTO” button on the PC menu.
To prolong this unit's service life, please set your computer to power management
mode.
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Format
DISPLAY MODE
VIDEO FORMATS
SUPPORTED COMPONENT / HDMI INPUT MODE
R e solut i on
Horizontal
Scanning Frequency
Vertical
Scanning Frequency
(Hz)
Format
720 X 480
31. 47
59. 94
480 i
720 X 480
15. 734
59. 94
480 p
1280 X 720
37. 5
50
720 p
1280 X 720
45
60
720 p
1920 X 1080
31.25
50
1080 i
1920 X 1080
33.75
60
1080 i
24
1080 p
1920 X 1080
27
1920 X 1080
56. 25
50
1080 p
1920 X 1080
67. 50
60
1080 p
NOTE:
The above listed formats are also related to the AV devices you are about to connect.
Before you connect this unit with others please read all instructions carefully and
make sure all necessary cables are connected.
.
This unit may be incompatible with some other formats which are not meet the
above conditions.
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SPECIFICATION
Model Description
Panel
Systems
Panel Type
Diagonal Size
Screen Format
Resolution
Brightness
Contrast
View Angle
Response Time
Maximum Color
Color System
Sound System
Audio System
Sound Output
LCD Panel
32 inches
16:9
1366 x 768
500nit
4500 : 1
178(H)/178(V)
5 ms
16.7M colors
ATSC/QAM/NTSC
M
BTSC
RF Input
75 ohm external terminal
Video: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p.
Audio: Two channel linear PCM 32, 44.1 and 48kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits
D-sub 15pin
G: 0.7Vp-p, 75ohms
B: 0.7Vp-p, 75ohms
R: 0.7Vp-p, 75ohms
HDMI Input
PC-RGB Input
Input /
Output
Jacks
DVD
L/R Speaker:10 W + 10W
Composite Video Input
1.0 Vp-p, 75ohms RAC
Component/Y Pb Pr Input
RAC
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75ohms, 0.3V negative sync
Pb: 0.7Vp-p, 75ohms
Pr : 0.7Vp-p, 75ohms
Sound Input
Component AUDIO: For Component1 and Component2 Audio input
AV AUDIO: For CVBS Audio input
PC AUDIO: For PC RGB Audio input
500mV rms, Impedance: 20k ohms
Region Code
Disc Size
Compatible Disc Type
Power
32”LCD TV / DVD COMBO
Power Requirement
1
8cm / 12cm disc
DVD,DVD-R/+ R,DVD- RW / +RW, VCD, CD, CD- R, CD- RW
AC100~240V 50/60Hz
160
This manual is only for your reference.
Specifications are subject to update without prior notice.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM
CAUSE (AND REMEDY )
No power.
• Make sure the AC power cord is connected.
• Turn on the unit.
The remote does not
function.
• Remove any obstacles between the remote and the unit.
• Use the remote near the unit.
• Point the remote at the remote sensor on the unit.
• Replace the batteries in the remote with new ones.
DVD
No sound or only a
very low-level sound is
heard.
• Make sure that you’ve selected DVD mode.
• The system is in pause mode.Press the button to return to
normal play mode.
button
• Fast forward or fast reverse is performed.Press the
to return to normal play mode.
• Make sure the AUDIO / VIDEO output and AV IN input
connections are correct.
• This unit is too hot. Power off the unit for 30 minutes to cool
down.
No picture
• The region number of the disc doesn’t match the region number
of this unit.
The picture is not clear
• Clean the disc.
• The disc is scratched
Severe hum or noiseis
heard.
• The plugs and jacks are dirty.Wipe them with a cloth slightly
moistened with alcohol.
• Clean the disc
The disc does not play.
• There is no disc inside(“No Disc”appears on the screen).
• Insert the disc correctly with the label side facing yourself.
• Clean the disc.
• A non-NTSC disc has been inserted.The unit and disc region
number are incompatible.
• Condensation may have formed inside the unit due to a
sudden change in temperature.Wait about an hour for it to
clean and try again.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM
TV
Bad Picture (snow,
multiple images
distortion,blurry)
No sound.
CAUSE (AND REMEDY )
•
•
•
•
•
Check the location of the antenna and adjust it if necessary.
Make sure the antenna cable is firmly connected.
Make sure all input cables are firmly connected.
Increase the volume.
Check whether the mute function has been activated on the
Remote Control.
Black and White
picture.
• Check the PICTURE setting within the PICTURE menu.
• Check to make sure the program you are watching is broadcast
in Color and not Black & White.
No picture or sound.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Coloredpatches of
picture.
• Make sure there are no unshielded electrical devices nearby
that are causing interference.
Make sure the unit is plugged in and turned on.
Make sure that the ATV mode is selected.
Try a new channel to check for possible station trouble.
Make sure the antenna is connected properly.
Increase the volume.
Make sure the antenna or audio/video source device is
working properly.
• Make sure all cables are firmly connected.
• Check for local interference.
• Turn the TV off for 30 minutes, then try it again.
Panel function key does • Under the influence of electrostatic phenomenon, the product
not respond correctly.
may malfunction and require usertopowerreset.
• Unplug and re-plug the AC power cord.
The display monitor's
panel goes hot.
• LCD TV takes inside lighten phosphor. It may increase the
temperature of the screen in some occasions. It's not a defect.
Unusual dots
• Black dots and Bright points may appear on the LCD screen.
This is a structural property of the LCD panel and is not a defect.
Stripes on screen
• Adjust the impulse phase may decrease stripes.( RGB in)
The top of the monitor
gets hot .
• It may occur during long-time working. It's not a defect.
Unable to select a
certain channel.
• The channel may be skipped. Choose this channel by
directly selecting the buttons from the remote control.
Disorder display
at power on.
• This may be caused because of a very short interval
between POWER OFF and ON.
• Unplug the power and restart.
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