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BeoVision 8-40
Dear Customer
This Getting Started contains information about the daily use of your Bang &
Olufsen product and connected equipment. We expect your retailer to deliver,
install and set up your product.
Your television offers more features and functions than described in this Getting
Started. Among other things; Timer functions and auto standby, editing and
naming channels. These and other features are described in more detail in a Guide.
The Guides are found on www.bang-olufsen.com/guides
DVB functions are described in a separate Guide. The Guides are kept up to date if
new software introduces new or modified features and functions in your television.
On www.bang-olufsen.com you can also find further information and relevant
FAQs about your product.
Your Bang & Olufsen retailer is your first stop for all your service queries.
To find your nearest retailer, visit our website …
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Technical specifications, features and the use
thereof are subject to change without notice.
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or
electric shock, do not expose this
appliance to rain or moisture. Do not
expose this equip­ment to dripping or
splashing and ensure that no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, are
placed on the equipment.
To completely disconnect this equipment
from the AC Mains, disconnect the mains
plug from the wall socket. The disconnect
device shall remain readily operable.
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert the user to the
presence of un­insulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s en­
closure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equi­
lateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important
operating and main­tenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the product. Cautions
– Ensure that the television is positioned, set up
and connected in accordance with the
instructions in this Getting Started.
– Place your television on a firm, stable surface.
To prevent injury, use Bang & Olufsen approved
stands and wall brackets only!
– Do not place any items on top of your television. – Do not subject the television to rain, high
humidity or sources of heat.
– The television is developed for indoor use in dry,
domestic environments only. Use within a
temperature range of 10–40°C (50–105°F), and
at an altitude of no more than 1,500 m
(5,000 ft).
– Do not place the television in direct sunlight, as
this may reduce the sensitivity of the remote
control receiver.
– Leave enough space around the television for
adequate ventilation.
– Connect all cables before connecting or
reconnecting any of the products in your system
to the mains.
– No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles
should be placed on the apparatus.
– Do not attempt to open the television. Leave
such operations to qualified service personnel.
– Do not strike the glass with hard or pointed
items.
– The television can only be switched off
completely by disconnecting it from the wall
socket.
– The supplied mains cord and plug are specially
designed for the television. If you change the
plug or in any way damage the mains cord, it
can affect the TV performance.
Daily use
6 How to use your remote control
8 Introduction
10
Watch television
12 Look up teletext
14
Watch television via the DVB module
16
Change sound type and picture format
Installation
18
Set up your television
20
Connection panels
22
First-time setup of your television
Daily use
Contents
How to use your remote control
6
Beo4 operation
Your television can be operated with the Beo4 remote control.
TV
LIGHT
RADIO
DTV
DVD
CD
V.MEM
TEXT
A.MEM
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
LIST
0
MENU
TV
The Beo4 display shows you the activated source or function
TV
Switch on the TV*
DTV
Switch on the DVB module and watch digital television
TEXT
Switch on teletext
0–9
Select channels and enter information in on-screen menus
LIST
Display extra “buttons” for functions or sources in the Beo4 display. Use
step in the list
MENU
1
or
to
Bring up the main menu of the active source
Step through channels
Hold for continuous step
Rewind or wind, search backwards or forwards
Navigation and centre button; move left, right, up and down , ,
menus by pressing the button in the direction you need
and
– move in
Centre button is used for selecting and accepting
Select colour specific functions
STOP
PLAY
BACK
Adjust volume
To mute, press the middle of the button
STOP
Pause and stop playback or recording
PLAY
Start playback of a DVD, CD or recording
BACK
Move backwards through menus and the Beo4 list. Long press to exit menus
completely
Standby
Important – for more information: www.bang-olufsen.com
1*
Beo4 buttons Some buttons can be reconfigured during the setup process. See the Guide for further information.
NOTE! For general information about remote control operation, see the Guide enclosed with your remote
control.
Beo5 operation
You can also operate your television with a Beo5. When Beo5
operation is different from Beo4 operation, it is described separately.
TV
2
Soft button, touch screen to select*
Switch on a source or select a function
Back up through Beo5 displays
Bring up SCENE buttons, such as Zones or Speaker
Press again to return
Living Room
TV
V.MEM
DTV
N.MUSIC
PC
DVD
RADIO
+
N.RADIO
CD
Bring up digits to select for example channels
Press again to return
STOP
Pause and stop playback or recording
PLAY
Start playback of a DVD, CD or recording
BACK
Move backwards through menus. Long press to exit menus completely
ST
AY
O
P
PL
3
Select colour specific functions*
Press volume wheel next to the colour
Turn to adjust volume
To mute, turn quickly counter-clockwise
BA
CK
Centre button is used for selecting and accepting
Navigation button left, right, up and down – move in menus by pressing the
button in the direction you need
Rewind or wind, search backwards or forwards
Step through channels or recordings
Hold for continuous step
Standby
About buttons Light grey buttons indicate that you have to press a text in the display. Dark grey buttons indicate that you have to
press a hard button.
3*
Coloured buttons Press the wheel next to the colour to activate a coloured button.
Actual zone Indicates the actual zone on Beo5 as it was named during the setup process.
Soft buttons on Beo5 Depending on the activated source, different soft buttons appear on the screen. Touch the screen to activate the
function.
2*
Daily use
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Introduction
8
Navigate in menus and select settings using your remote control. Pressing menu
brings up the menus for the selected source*1.
Display and menus
TV
Information about the selected source is shown at
the top of the screen. On-screen menus allow you
to adjust settings.
Menu name
or
Switch on TV
V MEM
Switch on connected equipment
MENU
Show menu*1
TV SETUP
TUNING
Menu options
SLEEP TIMER
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
Information field
select
Example of on-screen menu
Important
BEO4 SETTING menu
*TV SETUP menu
1
In the OPTIONS menu, you can bring up the BEO4 SETTING menu. In this menu you must set up your
television to be operated with a Beo4 with or without a navigation button. Remember to set your Beo4
remote control to the correct mode. See the Beo4 Guide or contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer for
further information.
If you have disabled the TV tuner, you must press MENU twice to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
Daily use
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Navigate in menus
0–9
When a menu is on the screen, you can move
between menu options, reveal settings or enter
data.
Remote control
Select option/
setting
Enter data
BACK
Bring up submenu/store
setting
Select option
or
BACK
Move
Press and hold to
backwards
exit menus
through menus
On the first pages in this Getting Started, you will find an overview of the buttons on Beo4 and Beo5.
For general information about remote control operation, see the Guide enclosed with your remote
control.
Watch television
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Select a TV channel by its number or switch to another
channel. Adjust the sound volume.
Activate the TV source to use these functions
Beo4 operation
Switch on the TV
Channel name
Channel number
Select a TV channel
TV CHANNEL LIST
CNN
1
…
DISCOVER
CWNBC
BBCWORLD
…
…
…
SUPER CH
…
CRIME TV
CINEMA
…
MOVIE NW
…
…
…
…
more
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Bring up a channel list
select
Adjust the volume
Indicates that more channels are available
Switch off the TV
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Daily use
Beo5 operation
TV
TV
Press
Press
or
0–9
Select
Select channel
Hold for
channel list
Select page
or
0
+
0–9
Previous
Select previous channel
Select
Activate numbers and Previous
select channel
channel
Select
channel
Hold for channel list and
select page or channel
Accept
Adjust volume. To mute,
turn quickly counterclockwise
Turn either way to
bring back sound
or
Adjust volume Press in the middle to mute
up or down sound
Press
Accept
Press to bring sound back
Press
Look up teletext
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Operate teletext through the menu bar at the top of the
teletext page or the arrow buttons on your remote control.
Activate teletext to use these functions
Beo4 operation
Start teletext
Access the start page of teletext.
Current page
Enlarge teletext pages
Move to page
Access teletext pages you wish to see.
PAGE
P100
MEMO
BBC
HALT LARGE REVEAL SETUP
S100
Wed 13 Oct
12:39:34
Stop subpages from turning
Enlarge teletext page
MEMO pages
MEMO is only available, when memo pages are stored.
Stop subpage
turning
Reveal hidden text on
REVEAL and make settings
on SETUP
Exit teletext
Useful hints
MEMO pages For quick access, store a teletext page as a MEMO page. See the Guide for further information.
Dual screen When teletext is activated, pressing TEXT swaps between dual screen and full screen mode.
REVEAL To reveal hidden text on a teletext page, move to REVEAL and press the centre button. 13
TEXT
Text
Press repeatedly to change screen mode
or
Move to HALT
Move to LARGE
Press
Go to index pages (100,
200, 300 …)
Select subpage
0–9
Step up or
down in
pages
BACK
Press
0–9
Move to PAGE and step Select page
or
STOP
Restart
turning
0–9
Stop turning
Select subpage
Press to switch between upper and lower half of page
and normal viewing
Move to
LARGE
Switch between upper and lower
half and normal viewing
Move to MEMO and switch between stored MEMO
pages
Move to MEMO and switch between
Switch
pages
between
MEMO pages
or
Press to switch between
MEMO pages
or
or
0–9
Select page
or
or
Stop turning
Press repeatedly to change screen mode
or
Move to PAGE and step
Step up or
down in
pages
STOP
Daily use
Beo5 operation
Restart
turning
or
BACK
Press
Teletext subtitles If you would like available subtitles to appear automatically for a particular channel, store the teletext
subtitles page as MEMO page 9.
Watch television via the DVB module
14
When your television is equipped with the DVB module,
you can receive digital terrestrial, cable and satellite
programmes depending on your module options.
Activate the DTV source to use these functions
Beo4 operation
Switch on the TV and the DVB module*1
DVB function
Beo4 button
GUIDE
1
MENU
2
TEXT
3
INFO
4
WIDE
5
Select a DTV channel
Bring up and use the menu overlay*2
Step between groups
Bring up a channel or station list
Switch off the TV
Useful hints
DVB Guide For more extensive and updated information, please look up the DVB Guide on www.bang-olufsen.com/guides.
*Activate DVB module If the TV tuner is deactivated, use the TV button to switch on the DVB module. See the Guide for further information.
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Daily use
Beo5 operation
DTV
DTV
Press
Press
or
Select
MENU
Press
0–9
or
Select
Select channel
0–9
or
+
0–9
Activate numbers and select
channel
Menu
Activate the desired function
Use the designated buttons in the display
Groups+
Groups-
Step between groups
Step between groups
or
Hold for
channel list
Press
Select page
Select channel Accept
Hold for channel list,
select page or
channel
Accept
Press
2
*NOTE! Press MENU twice to bring up the TV
SETUP menu.
Sound type and picture format
16
While you watch TV through the TV tuner, you can switch between available sound
types and adjust the picture format.
Change sound type or language
Switch between available sound types and
languages.
Select picture format
The TV automatically adapts the picture to fill out
as much of the screen as possible when you select
a source, but you can select a format yourself.
Bring up SOUND in your Beo4
display*1
Bring up FORMAT in your Beo4
display*1
Press repeatedly to
switch between
available sound types
or
1–4
Select format*2
Move picture up or down*3 or
select variation*4
FORMAT 1
FORMAT 2
FORMAT 3
FORMAT 4
Standard*4 For panoramic
view or 4:3
Zoom
The picture is
adjusted vertically
Wide
For a genuine
16:9 widescreen
picture Extended
The bars can be
removed and the
picture is shown
in a 16:9 format
Useful hints
1
*LIST menu
2
*Optimise
3*
Move picture up or down
4
*Variation
In order to display SOUND and FORMAT on Beo4, you must first add it to the Beo4 list of functions.
The picture format is optimised, if you press the centre button on Beo4. On Beo5, press Optimise.
The picture can only be moved up or down in FORMAT 1 and 2.
In FORMAT 1, you can select variations of the format. On Beo5, press Variation.
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Set up your television
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Connection panels
22
First-time setup of your television
17
Installation and setting up
Contents – Installation and setting up
Set up your television
18
Follow the guidelines for placement and connection described on this and the
following pages.
Placement options
Place the TV on a firm and stable surface. The
standard placement allows you to tilt the TV, for
example to facilitate viewing at a low placement.
To tilt the TV pull at the bottom of the TV.
If you are going to place the TV on either the floor
stand or the wall bracket, you must remove the
two standard ‘feet’ from the TV. Follow the
instructions in the guide enclosed with these
optional accessories.
Overview
To remove the two covers for the main connection
panel, first pull out, then pull down at the bottom
– also if the TV is placed on a stand.
Always remove cover 1 before removing cover 2.
When you have made all the connections and
fastened the cables, mount the cable covers again.
1
2
Important
Ventilation To ensure proper ventilation, allow enough space around the screen. Do not cover the fans. At over­
heating (flashing standby indicator and an on-screen warning), switch the TV to standby, not off, in
order for the TV to cool down. You cannot operate the TV during this time.
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Run cables
For safety reasons the mains supply cable must be
fastened to the cable strip (A). All cables must be
fastened to the cable strip (B). However, if your
setup includes a VGA connection, do not run the
VGA cable through the cable strip (B). Instead, use
the two screws in the VGA plug to fasten it to the
socket.
A
Installation and setting up
If you are going to connect any other equipment
to the TV, do not connect it to the mains yet!
B
CA
CHIPSIDE
SMARTCARD
The CA module is a ‘card reader’ for your Smart
Card which decodes the coded signals sent out
by the programme provider. See the Guide for
further information.
5V
0.5 A
Remove the cover to access the CA module. To
remove the cover, use your finger or place a plastic
card in the second groove from the right and you
can easily flip off the cover.
BACKSIDE
Smart Card and CA module
Cleaning
Maintenance Regular maintenance, such as cleaning, is the responsibility of the user.
Screen and cabinet Wipe dust off the surfaces using a dry, soft cloth. To remove stains or dirt, use a soft, damp cloth and
water without leaving streaks or traces. Some micro-fibre cloths may harm the optical coating due to
their strong abrasive effect.
Never alcohol Never use alcohol or other solvents to clean any parts of the TV.
Connection panels
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Any equipment you connect to the main connection panel must be registered in
the CONNECTIONS menu. Standard sockets
Surround Sound Module sockets
DVB-T/C 5V
50 mA
DVB-S 14/18V
400 mA
System Module sockets (optional)
~ – Mains supply
Connection to the mains supply.
HDMI IN (A–B, and C on some models)
For High Definition Multimedia Interface video
source or PC. The sources can be registered to any
of the AV socket groups. To expand the number
of HDMI sockets, connect an HDMI Expander to
the HDMI C socket, when available, otherwise to
the HDMI B socket.
SPDIF (1–2)
Digital audio input socket, e.g. DVD player. You
can use the socket in conjunction with an AV
socket.
PUC (1–4)
For IR control signals to external equipment
connected to an AV socket.
DVB Module sockets (optional)
AV (1–2)
21-pin sockets for connection of additional video
equipment, such as a DVD player, set-top box, a
decoder or video recorder.
VGA (AV3)
For connection of a PC to receive analogue
graphics.
AV3 (video, L, R)
For audio connection (right and left sound
channel respectively) and video signals from an
external source.
Y – Pb – Pr (AV2–4, 6)
For video signals from an external source, e.g.
HDTV source. You can use the socket in
conjunction with an AV socket or a digital audio
socket.
AERIAL
Aerial input socket for an analogue TV signal.
Useful hints
Mains cord and plug The supplied plug and mains cord are specially designed for the product. Do not change the plug and if the mains
cord is damaged, you must buy a new one from your Bang & Olufsen retailer. Connect the ~ socket on the main
connection panel of your TV to the wall outlet. The IR-receiver lights up in red and the TV is in standby mode and
ready to be used.
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POWER LINK (FRONT – REAR)
Use for connection of external loudspeakers in a
surround sound setup. See the Guide for further
information.
AV (4)
21-pin sockets for connection of additional video
equipment, such as a DVD player, set-top box, a
decoder or video recorder.
USB
For service use only.
DVB-T/C*1
Aerial input socket for an external aerial/cable TV
network.
DVB-S*1
Aerial input socket for a digital satellite signal.
SMARTCARD
For a card/module for access to encrypted digital
channels. For further information about the
SMARTCARD, see page 19 or the Guide.
MASTER LINK
For a compatible Bang & Olufsen audio or video
system.
RF OUT
Aerial output socket for distribution of video
signals to other rooms. Also requires an RF Link
Amplifier. See the Guide for further information.
*DVB The number and types of DVB sockets depend on which optional DVB module is installed in the television.
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Installation and setting up
POWER LINK (SUB)
Use for connection of a Bang & Olufsen
subwoofer.
First-time setup of your television
22
This first-time setup procedure is activated when the TV is connected to the mains
and switched on for the first time. If you want to change your setup at a later date,
you can access the same menus and update your settings.
Switch on the TV
It takes the TV approx. 20 seconds to start up and
become ready for use.
Select settings
You are led through the following settings only
1
when you switch on the TV for the first time.*
However, the sequence of menus depend on the
connections and settings you make.
TV
Switch on
or
Select setting
MENU LANGUAGE
TUNER SETUP
CONNECTIONS
AUTO TUNING
Accept and go to next menu item
Set the on-screen menu language
Disable or enable internal TV tuner or DVB
Register connected equipment
Tune in TV channels automatically. Available only if the TV tuner is
enabled. See the Guide for further information.
This Getting Started describes operation with Beo4 in MODE1 and the BEO4 SETTING menu set to
NAVIGATION BUTTON, see also page 8.
Please remember to set your Beo4 with navigation button to the MODE corresponding to the setting
you make in the BEO4 SETTING menu, see the Beo4 Guide for further information.
Information
Connections Select the type of equipment connected to each socket, the sockets used,
the product name, and the source name.
1
*NOTE! When you have selected the preferred
settings in a menu, you may have to press the
green button to continue to the next menu in the
first-time setup procedure. Follow the on-screen
instructions.
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SPEAKER TYPE
SPEAKER DISTANCE
SPEAKER LEVEL
First-time setup of loudspeakers applies only to speakers for TV viewing.
See the Guide for further information.
ADJUSTMENT
Adjust volume, bass, treble and loudness and preset two default speaker
combinations. Select a different speaker combination at any time. Installation and setting up
Calibrate the speakers
Set up the speakers to optimise sound from your
listening position.
*NOTE! Depending on which software version is
installed in your television, you may have to
activate the optional system module during  
first-time setup. The module can also be activated
later. See the Guide for further information.
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Confidential unpublished works.
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All rights reserved.
Manufactured under
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5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535;
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worldwide patents issued & pending.
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right protection technology must be authorized by
Rovi, and is intended for home and other limited
viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by
Rovi. Reverse engineering or disassembly is
prohibited.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multi­
media Interface are trademarks or registered
trade­marks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
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disposed of with normal household wastage; all
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