Bang & Olufsen | DVB-S | Specifications | Bang & Olufsen DVB-S Specifications

BeoVision 7
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 the
product’s Guide.
The Guides are found on www.bang-olufsen.com/guides.
All DVB functions are described in separate Guides. The Guides are also 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 …
www.bang-olufsen.com
Technical specifications, features and the use
thereof are subject to change without notice.
3510566
1006
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. To prevent
injury, use Bang & Olufsen approved stands and
wall brackets only!
– Place your television on a firm, stable surface.
– 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 or
direct artificial light, such as a spotlight, as this
may reduce the sensitivity of the remote control
receiver. Also if the screen is overheated, black
spots may appear in the picture. These spots
disappear again, once the television cools down
to normal temperature.
– 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 disconnect device shall remain readily
operable.
– 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
Use the Blu-ray player
18
Change sound type and picture format
19
Use the Adaptive Sound Technology
Installation
22
Set up your television
23
Cleaning
24
Connection panels – BeoVision 7-55
26
Connection panels – BeoVision 7-40
28
First-time setup of your television
Daily use
Contents
How to use your remote control
6
Beo5 operation
Your television can be operated with the Beo5 remote control.
TV
1
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 channel
Press again to return
STOP
Pause and stop playback or recording
PLAY
Start playback of a disc or recording
BACK
Move backwards through menus. Long press to exit menus completely
ST
AY
O
P
PL
2
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
Important – for more information: www.bang-olufsen.com
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.
2*
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.
1*
Beo4 operation
You can also operate your television with a Beo4. When Beo4 operation is
different from Beo5 operation, it is described separately.
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
DVD
Switch on the optional Blu-ray player
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
3
or
Bring up the main menu of the active source
Step through channels
Hold for continuous step
Rewind or wind, search backwards or forwards
Navigation button left, right, up and down , ,
pressing the button in the direction you need
STOP
and
– move in menus by
Centre button is used for selecting and accepting
PLAY
Select colour specific functions
BACK
Adjust volume
To mute, press the middle of the button
STOP
Pause and stop playback or recording
PLAY
Start playback of a disc or recording
BACK
Move backwards through menus and the Beo4 list. Long press to exit menus
completely
Standby
3*
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.
to
Daily use
7
Introduction
8
Navigate in menus and select settings using your remote control. Pressing Menu
brings up the menu for the selected source.
Display and menus
…
Information about the selected source is shown in
the display window to the right. On-screen menus
allow you to adjust settings.
Menu name
TV
or
Select TV’s zone Switch on TV
DVD
Menu
Switch on optional Blu-ray player Show menu
TV SETUP
TUNING
SLEEP TIMER
Menu options
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
Information field
select
Example of on-screen menu
Important
Remote control
On the first pages in this Getting Started, you will find an overview of the buttons on Beo5 and Beo4.
For general information about remote control operation, see the guide enclosed with your remote
control. This Getting Started and the Guide describe operation with the REMOTE CONTROL menu set to
NAVIGATION BUTTON and the remote control set to MODE 1. Do not change MODE during first-time
setup, as this will interrupt the sequence.
Daily use
9
Navigate in menus
When a menu is on the screen, you can move
between menu options, reveal settings or enter
data.
REMOTE CONTROL menu
0–9
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
In the OPTIONS menu, you can bring up the REMOTE CONTROL menu. In this menu you must set up
your television to be operated 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.
Watch television
10
Choose a TV channel by its number or switch to another
channel. Adjust the sound volume and turn the TV.
Activate the TV source to use these functions
Beo5 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
Adjust the volume
select
Indicates that more channels are
available
Turn the TV
If your television is equipped with a motorised stand, you can turn it
by means of the remote control
Switch off the TV
Useful hints
*TV positions
1
Position 1 is the far left position and Position 9 is the far right. Position 5 is the centre position.
11
TV
TV
Press
Press
or
Select
+
Activate
numbers
0–9
Hold for
channel list
Select page
Press
Press
Turn
Turn TV
Select previous channel
+
Turn or
0
Select
channel
Previous channel
Hold for
channel list
Select page or channel and accept
Adjust
volume up
or down
Press in the Press in the middle to
middle to
bring sound back
mute sound
or
Accept
Turn either way to bring back the sound
or
0–9
Select
0–9
Activate numbers
Select
channel
Adjust volume. To mute, turn quickly
counter-clockwise
Stand
or
Previous
Select channel
or
Press
Daily use
Beo4 operation
Position
1…9
Select position*1
or
LIST
Press to find Bring up
STAND
STAND
Turn TV
1–9
Select
position*1
Press
NOTE! To use the stand function, you have to
calibrate the stand first, see p. 29. To preset
positions for the TV to turn to, see p. 29.
Look up teletext
12
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
Beo5 operation
Start teletext
Access the start page of teletext.
Current page
Enlarge
teletext pages
PAGE MEMO1
P100
BBC
POINT
S100
HALT
LARGE SETUP
Wed 13 Oct
12:39:34
Move to page
Access teletext pages you wish to see.
Point from one page to another
Navigate and point in the current or previous teletext page and bring
up another.
Stop subpages from turning
Enlarge teletext page
Stop subpage
turning
The arrow indicates that
more options are available
Make settings on SETUP
and reveal hidden text on
REVEAL
MEMO pages
MEMO is only available, when memo pages are stored.
Exit teletext
Useful hints
POINT
MEMO pages
Dual screen
REVEAL
To return to the previous page, press BACK. The point feature is only available if your remote control
has a navigation button that is enabled.
For quick access, store a teletext page as a MEMO page. See the Guide for further information.
When teletext is activated, press Text to swap between dual screen and full screen mode.
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
or
Press
or
0–9
Step up or
down in
pages
Move to PAGE and step
Move to
POINT
Step into current page
Select page
Move between page
references
Move to HALT Press
Select subpage
Go to index pages (100,
200, 300 …)
or
Step up or
down in
pages
Move to PAGE and step
Select page
Move to
POINT
Step into page
Restart
turning
Stop turning Select subpage
or
STOP
Daily use
Beo4 operation
or
or
Stop turning
or
Move to LARGE
or
STOP
0–9
Press to switch between upper and lower half of page
and normal viewing
Move to
LARGE
Move between
page references
and select page
0–9
Restart
turning
Switch between upper and lower half
or
or
Press to switch between
MEMO pages
0–9
Select
page
Move to MEMO and switch between stored MEMO
pages
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.
Timer programming To be able to programme a Timer, press Record or Menu when teletext is
activated.
Switch between MEMO
pages
Move to MEMO and
switch between pages
BACK
Press
NOTE! If your TV is linked via a Master Link cable
to another TV, stored MEMO pages are not shared
among these TVs. MEMO pages must be stored
manually on each linked TV.
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
Beo5 operation
Switch on the TV and the DVB module
DVB function
Beo4 button
Select a DTV channel
RADIO
PROGRAMME GUIDE
MENU
INFORMATION
CHANNEL GROUPS
1
SUBTITLES LANGUAGE
2
AUDIO LANGUAGE
3
SETUP
4
CHANNEL LIST
5
CA UNITS
6
Bring up and use the menu overlay
Step between groups
Bring up a channel or station list
Switch off the TV
Useful hints
DVB guide
For more extensive and updated information, look up the DVB guide on www.bang-olufsen.com/guides.
15
DTV
Daily use
Beo4 operation
DTV
Press
Press
+
or
Select
…
Select
MENU
Press
Select function
Groups+
or
0–9
Activate numbers and select channel
0–9
Select channel
0–9
or
Activate the desired function
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
NOTE! Press Menu twice to bring up the TV
SETUP menu.
Use the Blu-ray player
16
If your TV is equipped with the optional Blu-ray player, you
can watch both Blu-ray discs and DVDs. With Blu-ray discs
the menu uses blue colours and with DVDs the menu uses
red colours.
Activate the source of the Blu-ray player to use these
functions
Beo5 operation
Switch on the Blu-ray player
Select a function
Bring up different menus, e.g. INFO menu to move to specific title/
chapter or point in time. Change audio/subtitle language or angle.
INFO
1
DISC MENU
2
POPUP/TITLE
3
AUDIO
4
SUBTITLES
5
REPEAT
6
BONUS VIEW
7
DVD SETUP
8
Play a disc
Pause or stop playback
Pause or stop playback of a disc.
Not all Blu-ray discs support the resume function.
Slow playback
1
Playback in slowmotion.*
Change chapters or tracks
Step in chapters/tracks on a disc.
Press the load bar below the screen and
place the disc in the loader with the label
facing upwards. Hold the load bar to
begin playback automatically.
Important! Do not use disc adaptors.
Switch off the Blu-ray player
Useful hints
‘ANGLE’ and ‘BONUS
VIEW’ menus
‘SETUP’ menu
1
*Slow playback
ANGLE and BONUS VIEW menus are displayed if PLAYBACK STATUS is set to
EXTENDED in the SETUP menu and the information is available.
Use the main menu to make your own settings for playback.
Slow playback backwards is not possible.
NOTE! If you have a Beo4 without navigation
button, you must press the yellow button first to
activate the Blu-ray player’s functions, e.g. resume
playback.
17
DVD
DVD
Press
Press
…
or
MENU
Select function
LIST
1–8
Bring up menu Press and bring up
overlay
SHIFT
PLAY
Select
function
PLAY
Start playback
Start playback
STOP
PLAY
Once to pause, press again to stop.
Third to return to beginning of disc
STOP
Resume playback
PLAY
Pause
playback
Slow playback Step in frames
or
Step in chapters/tracks
TV
Daily use
Beo4 operation
Resume playback
STOP
Resume playback
or
Press
Resume
playback
STOP
or
PLAY
Pause
playback
Slow playback or step in
frames
Resume
playback
or
PLAY
Cue during playback
PLAY
Once to pause, press again to stop.
Third to return to beginning of disc
Step or cue
TV
PLAY
Resume
playback
or
Press
TV menu On Beo4, press MENU twice to bring up the TV’s main menu, when DVD is
selected as source.
Handling discs If a loaded disc is not recognised, it is ejected and ‘LOAD’ is shown in the
display window. Check for disc faults such as fingerprints or scratches. The disc
may also have an incompatible format.
NOTE! If you are asked to press a coloured button,
press the specific button twice, if you have a Beo4
without navigation button.
Change sound type and picture format
18
While you watch TV through the television tuner, you can switch between available
sound types and adjust the picture format.
Change sound type or language
Sound
Sound
1
Switch between available sound types and
languages.
Bring up sound type*
Select picture format
Bring up Scene
display on Beo5
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.
Press repeatedly to switch
between available sound
types
Select Picture
1
display*
1–3
Select format*2
Move picture up or down*3
FORMAT 1
FORMAT 2
FORMAT 3
Standard*4 For panoramic
view or 4:3
Zoom
The picture is
adjusted vertically
Wide
For a genuine
16:9 widescreen
picture
Useful hints
1
*Sound and picture
2
3*
*Optimise
Move picture up or down
4
*Variation
On Beo4 bring up SOUND for sound types and FORMAT for picture formats via the LIST menu. 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 Optimise on Beo5. On Beo4, press the centre button.
The picture can only be moved up or down in Standard and Zoom.
In Standard, you can select variations of the format, if you press Variation on Beo5. On Beo4,
press or .
Use the Adaptive Sound Technology
To optimise the sound experience for your listening position, you can select a
customised listening preset and even rotate the sound to match the direction you
are facing.
Select listening preset
Preset
When you watch television or listen to music, you
can select your own listening preset to optimise
the sound for your listening position. You can also
rotate the preset’s sound so that the sound is
experienced as coming from directly in front of
you. Adaptive Sound Technology must be enabled
and set up. See the Guide for further information.
Remote control
Automatic selection of listening presets
Press
Press
…
Select preset
and/or
Rotate
Rotate Rotate sound
To enjoy the advantages of this setup, several speakers and a Beo5 remote control are necessary. If you
have only a few speakers or a Beo4 remote control, this setup is not recommended and you should
choose the setup without Adaptive Sound Technology described in the Guide.
The sound automatically switches to the TV preset when you switch on the TV. You can set an AUDIO
PRESET in the SOUND ADJUSTMENT menu to make sound switch to a specific customised listening
preset automatically when you select an audio source.
Daily use
19
20
22
Set up your television
23
Cleaning
24
Connection panels – BeoVision 7-55
26
Connection panels – BeoVision 7-40
28
First-time setup of your television
21
Installation and setting up
Contents – Installation and setting up
Set up your television
22
Follow the guidelines for placement and connection described on this and the
following pages. Several stands and wall brackets are available from your retailer.
Place the TV
When you place the TV, remember that the
built-in motor unit will turn and tilt the TV to a
preset position when you switch it on.
Due to the heavy weight of the TV, any moving or
lifting of the TV should be performed by qualified
personnel – using the proper equipment.
Ventilation
To ensure proper ventilation, allow enough space
above and below the screen. Do not cover the
fans.
At overheating (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.
Motorised stand or wall bracket
Set the maximum angle the TV will turn. See the
Guide for further information.
If you have a motorised stand or a wall bracket,
leave enough space around the television to allow
it to turn and tilt freely.
Important
Tilt/turn
Front glass
When you mount the TV on a floor stand or wall bracket, you can tilt and turn the TV on some of the
stands. Only some stands can be tilted and turned with the remote control, other stands can only be
tilted manually.
If the front screen glass should crack or chip, or if it should be damaged in any way, it must be replaced
immediately, as it could otherwise cause injury. You can order replacement front screen glass from your
Bang & Olufsen retailer.
23
Locate the connection panels and other important
items.
1
2
3
4
1 Cover for sockets for temporary connection,
such as camera and headphones sockets. Push
in to open, push again to close.
2 Cover for card reader and a USB port for
software updates (DVB-HD). Push in to open,
push again to close.
3 Mounting bracket for stand or wall bracket.
4 Covers for the connection panel. Here you also
find the mains supply connection. Pull out at the
bottom to remove.
Overview – BeoVision 7-40
Locate the connection panels and other important
items.
1
2
3
1 Cover for card reader, a USB port for software
updates (DVB-HD) and for sockets for
temporary connection, such as camera and
headphones sockets. Push in to open, push
again to close.
2 Mounting bracket for stand or wall bracket.
3 Covers for the connection panel. Here you also
find the mains supply connection. Pull out at the
bottom to remove.
Cleaning
Maintenance Regular maintenance, such as cleaning, is the responsibility of the user.
Screen Use a mild window cleaning fluid and lightly clean the screen without leaving streaks or traces. Some micro-fibre cloths
may harm the optical coating due to their strong abrasive effect.
Cabinet and controls Wipe dust off the surfaces using a dry, soft cloth. To remove stains or dirt, use a soft, damp cloth and a solution of water
and mild detergent, such as washing-up liquid.
Never alcohol Never use alcohol or other solvents to clean any parts of the TV.
Installation and setting up
Overview – BeoVision 7-55
Connection panels – BeoVision 7-55
24
Any equipment you connect to the main connection panel must be registered in
the CONNECTIONS menu. Equipment connected to the side connection panel can
be registered in the CONNECTIONS menu.
1
Ethernet*
For connection to the Internet.
DVB-S
AERIAL OUT
LINK TV
OUT
VGA IN
DVB-T/C
CINEMA CONTROL
2
DVB-T/C*
Aerial input socket for an external aerial/cable TV
network.
2
DVB-S*
Aerial input socket for a digital satellite signal.
PROJECTOR OUT
A
B
DVI-D OUT
C
D
CENTRE
1
HDMI IN
1 (SUB)
AERIAL OUT
Not in use.
VGA IN
Socket for connection of a High Definition video
source or a PC.
VIDEO
IN
L IN
R IN
SPDIF
PUC
TTL
PUC 1+2
IR-IN
2
POWER
LINK
MASTER LINK
STAND
AV 1
RS232
CONTROL
AV 5
3
AV 2
4
LINK TV OUT
Aerial output for distribution of video signals to
other rooms.
SPDIF
PUC
Y
Pb
Pr
SPDIF
PUC
SPDIF
PUC
AV 3
5
Y
Pb
Pr
6
CINEMA CONTROL
For a Home Automation system.
PROJECTOR OUT (DVI-D OUT)
Connect a projector.
HDMI IN (A–D)
For High Definition Multimedia Interface video
source or PC. An HDMI socket may be occupied
by built-in video equipment. 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.
~ – Mains supply
Connection to the mains supply.
AV1
Socket group for AV connection of a primary
recorder or set-top box. You can also connect other
types of extra video equipment.
Analogue
AV2
Socket group for AV connection of additional video
equip­ment.
AV5
Socket group for AV connection of additional
video equip­ment.
AV3
Socket group for AV connection of additional
video equip­ment.
The TV keeps a signal path open between a
recorder connected to the AV1 socket and a
recordable source connected to the AV3 socket.
This allows you to set the source on AV3 to switch
on automatically, as well as set a recorder on AV1
for timed recording of the source on AV3, provided
your connected equipment supports these functions.
AV6 (CAMERA)
Socket group for AV connection of additional
video equip­ment. You can also connect
headphones, a camera or a camcorder. This socket
group is placed on the side connection panel. See
the illustration on page 25.
AV4
Occupied by the optional Blu-ray player.
L-IN, R-IN (AV5 – AV6)
Right and left line input. AV6 is for audio
connection of, e.g., a camera or camcorder.
PUC (AV1 – AV3, AV5 – AV6)
For IR control signals to external equipment
connected to an AV socket.
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.
1
*NOTE! Only connect to a local area network
(LAN) that does not exit your flat, house or
building.
25
Some sockets on the illustration of the main connection panel may be occupied by internal connections. Do not disconnect
the cables from these sockets!
POWER LINK 1–6
For connection of external speakers in a surround
sound setup. See the Guide for further
information.
Y – Pb – Pr (AV2 – AV3)
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.
1 (SUB)
For connection of up to two Bang & Olufsen
subwoofers. A cable splitter for such connections
is available from your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
SPDIF (AV1 – AV3, AV5 – AV6)
Digital audio input socket, e.g. DVD player.
S-VIDEO (AV6)
For the connection of, e.g., a game console.
TTL/RS232
Only for use in Hotel setups.
PCMCIA
For insertion of a card and module for access to
digital satellite channels. For further information
about compatible card and module combinations,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
PUC 1+2
For an external IR-transmitter used with Home
cinema setups or an HDMI Expander.
IR IN
For an extra IR-receiver when the TV is set up with
a projector.
SMARTCARD
For insertion of a card and module for access to
digital satellite channels. For further information
about compatible card and module combinations,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
STAND
For connection of a motorised stand.
MASTER LINK
For a compatible Bang & Olufsen audio or video
system. The socket is also used for BeoLink
distribution of sound and picture throughout the
house.
S-VIDEO
VIDEO IN
SPDIF
L IN
R IN
PUC
PHONES
The AV6 socket group is placed on the side
connection panel.
PHONES
For connection of stereo headphones.
>To mute speakers turn the volume wheel quickly
counter-clockwise. (Beo4: Press in the middle of
the button).
>Turn the volume wheel either way to adjust
volume in headphones. (Beo4: Press or ).
>To restore sound in speakers, turn the volume
wheel quickly counter-clockwise. (Beo4: Press
the middle of the button).
NOTE! Prolonged listening at high volume levels
can cause hearing damage!
The USB port ( ) is for software updates. Only
available if you have the optional DVB module. For
further information contact your retailer.
Analogue (ANT.)
Aerial input sockets for an external aerial/cable TV
network.
CENTRE 1
For connection of a centre speaker, e.g. BeoLab 7.
For further information, see the speaker’s own
guide.
2
*DVB The number and types of DVB sockets depend on which optional DVB module
is installed in the television.
NOTE! Video recorders can only be connected to
the AV1 and AV2 socket groups, as these are the
only sockets groups for video output. Connect the
primary recorder to AV1 and the secondary
recorder to AV2.
Installation and setting up
VIDEO IN (AV5 – AV6)
For video signal. On AV6 you can connect a
camera or a camcorder.
Connection panels – BeoVision 7-40
26
Any equipment you connect to the main connection panel must be registered in
the CONNECTIONS menu. Equipment connected to the side connection panel can
be registered in the CONNECTIONS menu.
PROJECTOR OUT (DVI-D OUT)
Connect a projector.
Analogue
CINEMA CONTROL
HDMI IN (A–D)
For High Definition Multimedia Interface video
source or PC. An HDMI socket may be occupied
by built-in video equipment. 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.
1
DVB-T/C
2
DVB-S
PROJECTOR OUT
A
B
DVI-D OUT
C
D
VGA IN
LINK TV
OUT
3
ANT
CENTRE
1
HDMI IN
1 (SUB)
AV1
Socket group for AV connection of a primary
recorder or set-top box. You can also connect other
types of extra video equipment.
VIDEO
IN
L IN
R IN
SPDIF
PUC
TTL
RS232
2
POWER
LINK
MASTER LINK
STAND
AV2
Socket group for AV connection of additional video
equip­ment.
IR-IN
CONTROL
AV 5
AV 1
PUC 1+2
3
AV 2
4
SPDIF
PUC
Y
Pb
Pr
SPDIF
PUC
SPDIF
PUC
AV 3
5
AV3
Socket group for AV connection of additional
video equip­ment.
The TV keeps a signal path open between a
recorder connected to the AV1 socket and a
recordable source connected to the AV3 socket.
This allows you to set the source on AV3 to switch
on automatically, as well as set a recorder on AV1
for timed recording of the source on AV3, provided
your connected equipment supports these functions.
Y
Pb
Pr
6
PUC (AV1 – AV3, AV5 – AV6)
For IR control signals to external equipment
connected to an AV socket.
AV4
Occupied by the optional Blu-ray player.
L-IN, R-IN (AV5 – AV6)
Right and left line input. AV6 is for audio
connection of, e.g., a camera or camcorder.
AV5
Socket group for AV connection of additional
video equip­ment.
VIDEO IN (AV5 – AV6)
For video signal. On AV6 you can connect a
camera or a camcorder.
AV6 (CAMERA)
Socket group for AV connection of additional
video equip­ment. You can also connect
headphones, a camera or a camcorder. This socket
group is placed on the side connection panel. See
the illustration on page 27.
Y – Pb – Pr (AV2 – AV3)
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.
SPDIF (AV1 – AV3, AV5 – AV6)
Digital audio input socket, e.g. DVD player.
TTL/RS232
Only for use in Hotel setups.
PUC 1+2
For an external IR-transmitter used with Home
cinema setups or an HDMI Expander.
IR IN
For an extra IR-receiver when the TV is set up with
a projector.
STAND
For connection of a motorised stand.
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.
27
Some sockets on the illustration of the main connection panel may be occupied by internal connections. Do not disconnect
the cables from these sockets!
CINEMA CONTROL
For a Home Automation system.
1
Ethernet*
For connection to the Internet.
VGA IN
Socket for connection of a High Definition video
source or a PC.
ANT 1 (Analogue)
Aerial input sockets for an external aerial/cable TV
network.
2
ANT 2 (DVB-T/C)*
Aerial input socket for an external aerial/cable TV
network.
1 (SUB)
For connection of up to two Bang & Olufsen
subwoofers. A cable splitter for such connections
is available from your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
SPDIF
~ – Mains supply
Connection to the mains supply.
S-VIDEO (AV6)
For the connection of, e.g., a game console.
PCMCIA
For insertion of a card and module for access to
digital satellite channels. For further information
about compatible card and module combinations,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
SMARTCARD
For insertion of a card and module for access to
digital satellite channels. For further information
about compatible card and module combinations,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
2
ANT 3 (DVB-S)*
Aerial input socket for a digital satellite signal.
LINK TV OUT
Aerial output for distribution of video signals to
other rooms.
CENTRE 1
For connection of a centre speaker, e.g. BeoLab 7.
For further information, see the speaker’s own
guide.
PHONES
R IN
PUC
L IN
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO
The AV6 socket group is placed on the side
connection panel.
PHONES
For connection of stereo headphones.
>To mute speakers turn the volume wheel quickly
counter-clockwise. (Beo4: Press in the middle of
the button).
>Turn the volume wheel either way to adjust
volume in headphones. (Beo4: Press or ).
>To restore sound in speakers, turn the volume
wheel quickly counter-clockwise. (Beo4: Press
the middle of the button).
NOTE! Prolonged listening at high volume levels
can cause hearing damage!
The USB port ( ) is for software updates. Only
available if you have the optional DVB module. For
further information contact your retailer.
POWER LINK 1–6
For connection of external speakers in a surround
sound setup. See the Guide for further
information.
1
*Network Only connect to a local area network (LAN) that does not exit your flat, house
or building.
2
*DVB The number and types of DVB sockets depend on which optional DVB module
is installed in the television.
NOTE! Video recorders can only be connected to
the AV1 and AV2 socket groups, as these are the
only sockets groups for video output. Connect the
primary recorder to AV1 and the secondary
recorder to AV2.
Installation and setting up
MASTER LINK
For a compatible Bang & Olufsen audio or video
system. The socket is also used for BeoLink
distribution of sound and picture throughout the
house.
First-time setup of your television
28
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.
Calibrate the speakers
Set up the speakers to optimise sound from your
listening position. To enjoy Adaptive Sound
Technology several speakers and a Beo5 remote
control are necessary.
TV
Switch on
or
Select setting
Accept and go to next menu item
MENU LANGUAGE
REMOTE CONTROL
TUNER SETUP
CONNECTIONS
AUTO TUNING
Set the on-screen menu language
2
Disable or enable the navigation button on your remote control*
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.
AST ON/OFF
Disable or enable Adaptive Sound Technology
AST ON:
SPEAKER SETUP
TV LISTENING PRESET
CINEMA LISTENING PRESET
AST OFF:
SPEAKER TYPES
SPEAKER ROLES
SPEAKER DISTANCE
SPEAKER LEVEL
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
First-time setup of loudspeakers
applies only to speakers for TV viewing.
See the Guide for further information.
SOUND SETUP
Adjust volume, bass, treble and
loudness and preset two default
speaker combinations.
Make settings for each listening preset.
See the Guide for further information.
Information
TV tuner The TUNING menu is only available if the TV tuner is enabled, see the
Guide for further 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 on-screen
instructions.
Calibrate the stand
Set the maximum angle the TV will turn – left and
right. The motorised movement of the TV will not
work until the calibration process has been
completed.
STAND ADJUSTMENT
STAND POSITIONS
At SET LEFTMOST
POSITION turn left to the
point you wish to restrict
the movement to
At SET RIGHTMOST
POSITION turn right to the
point you wish to restrict the
movement to
At SET TOP POSITION tilt
up to the point you wish
to restrict
the movement
3
to*
At SET BOTTOM POSITION tilt Accept*
down to the point you wish
to
3
restrict the movement to*
1
Set preferred preset position for the TV to turn to, when it is switched on and
off. You need to calibrate the stand before you can use the motorised
movement of the stand.
This Getting Started and the Guide describe operation with the REMOTE
CONTROL menu set to NAVIGATION BUTTON and the remote control
set to MODE 1. Do not change MODE during first-time setup, as this will
interrupt the sequence.
2
*Navigation button If you have a Beo4 without navigation button or if your Beo4 is not set to the
correct mode, you cannot enable the navigation button. See the Beo4 guide
or contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer for further information.
3
*Tilt If you have a Beo4 without navigation button, or if the navigation button on
your remote control is disabled, use the green button to tilt the television up
and the red button to tilt it down.
NOTE! For further information about remote
controls and first-time setup, see the Guide.
Installation and setting up
29
30
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) – Environmental protection
Electrical and electronic equipment, parts and
batteries marked with this symbol must not be
disposed of with normal household wastage; all
electrical and electronic equipment, parts and
batteries must be collected and disposed of
separately.
When disposing of electrical and electronic
equipment and batteries by use of the collection
systems available in your country, you protect the
environment, human health and contribute to the
prudent and rational use of natural resources.
This product is in conformity with
the provisions of the Directives
2004/108/EC and 2006/95/EC.
The DVD Video logo is a registered
trademark.
Collecting electrical and electronic equipment,
batteries and waste prevents the potential
contamination of nature with the hazardous
substances which may be present in electrical and
electronic products and equipment.
Your Bang & Olufsen retailer will advise you of the
correct way of disposal in your country.
If a product is too small to be marked with the
symbol, it will appear in the User Guide, on the
Guarantee certificate, or on the packaging.
Manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic,
and the double-D symbol are
registered trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential unpublished works.
Copyright 1992–2003 Dolby
Laboratories.
All rights reserved.
“Blu-ray Disc” and the Blu-ray Disc
logo are registered trademarks.
“BONUSVIEW” is a registered
trademark of Blu-ray Disc
Association.
Java Technology – a registered
trademark of Sun Microsystems.
Manufactured under license
under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942;
5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762;
6,487,535; 7,003,467; 7,212,872
& other U.S. and worldwide
patents issued & pending.
DTS, DTS Digital Surround, ES,
and Neo:6 are registered
trademarks and the DTS logos,
and Symbol are trademarks of
DTS, Inc.
© 1996–2008 DTS, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
U.S. Patent’s 6,836,549;
6,381,747; 7,050,698; 6,516,132;
and 5,583,936
31
All Bang & Olufsen products comply with applicable environmental legislation throughout the world.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
The label on the compact disc player serves as a
warning that the apparatus contains a laser system
and is classified as a class 1 laser product. In case
any difficulties arise with the compact disc player,
please contact a Bang & Olufsen retailer. The
apparatus must be opened by qualified service
personnel only.
CAUTION: The use of any controls, adjustments
or procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The
use of optical instruments with this product will
increase eye hazard. As the laser beam used in this
CD/DVD Player is harmful to eyes, do not attempt to
disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel only. Laser radiation when open. Do not
stare into beam. This label is located on the rear
enclosure.
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents and
other intellectual property rights. Use of this
copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for
home and other limited viewing uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
HDMI, the HDMI Logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
Download PDF