O M 46TL900A 40TL900A
OWNER'S MANUAL
46TL900A
40TL900A
© TOSHIBA CORPORATION, 2012
All Rights Reserved
Switching display mode or selecting
3D format ............................................................... 26
Setting the auto start mode .............................. 28
Adjusting 2D to 3D Depth .................................. 28
Setting the 3D PIN code ...................................... 28
Setting 3D Start Message ................................... 29
Setting 3D Lock ...................................................... 29
Setting 3D Timer Lock .......................................... 29
Setting Enable 3D Timer ..................................... 29
Displaying 3D Important Info ........................... 29
Switching left and right images ....................... 29
Sound controls ................................................................ 30
Volume controls and sound mute ................... 30
Dual ............................................................................ 30
Balance ...................................................................... 30
Bass, Treble ............................................................... 30
Voice Enhancement .............................................. 30
Dynamic Bass Boost ............................................. 30
Stable Sound® ......................................................... 30
Dynamic Range Control ...................................... 30
Audio Level Offset ................................................. 30
TV Speakers On/Off .............................................. 31
Headphone Settings ............................................ 31
Audio Description ................................................. 31
Widescreen viewing ...................................................... 32
Picture controls ............................................................... 34
Picture Mode ........................................................... 34
Picture preferences ............................................... 34
Reset ........................................................................... 34
ColourMaster .......................................................... 34
Base Colour Adjustment ..................................... 34
Colour Temperature .............................................. 35
Auto Brightness Sensor ....................................... 35
Active Backlight Control ..................................... 35
Black/White Level .................................................. 35
MPEG NR – Noise Reduction ............................. 35
DNR – Digital Noise Reduction ......................... 36
Active Vision ............................................................ 36
Resetting the advanced picture settings ...... 36
Automatic Format (Widescreen) ...................... 36
4:3 Stretch ................................................................ 36
Blue Screen .............................................................. 36
Picture Position ...................................................... 36
Picture still ................................................................ 37
Using your home network .......................................... 37
Setting up the Network ............................................... 38
Wireless Setup ........................................................ 38
Advanced Network Setup ................................... 40
DNS Setup ................................................................ 41
Network Connection Test ................................... 42
Using the software keyboard ............................ 42
Network Device Setup ................................................. 43
External Control Setup ........................................ 43
Device Name Setup .............................................. 43
Using Toshiba Places . .................................................... 43
Contents
INSTALLING YOUR TV
Safety Precautions .........................................................
Installation and important information .................
The remote control ........................................................
Inserting batteries and effective range .........
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CONNECTING YOUR TV
Connecting external equipment .............................. 10
Connecting an HDMI® device .................................... 11
To connect an HDMI device ............................... 11
HDMI’s ARC (Audio Return Channel) feature ... 11
REGZA-LINK connection .............................................. 12
Connecting a computer .............................................. 13
To connect a PC to the RGB/PC terminal ...... 13
To connect a PC to the HDMI terminal .......... 13
Connecting a home network ..................................... 14
To connect the TV to a home network - Wired... 14
To connect the TV to a home network
with an internet connection - Wireless ........ 14
To connect the TV to the PC with
Intel® Wireless Display ....................................... 14
Controls and input connections ............................... 15
Switching on ........................................................... 15
Using the menu system ...................................... 15
Using the TV controls and connections ........ 15
MENU structure .............................................................. 16
SETTING UP YOUR TV
Startup Application ....................................................... 17
Quick Setup ............................................................. 17
Auto Tuning ............................................................. 19
ATV Manual Tuning ....................................................... 20
Tuning ........................................................................ 20
Skip ............................................................................. 21
Sorting positions ................................................... 21
DTV Manual Tuning ....................................................... 22
Manual Tuning ........................................................ 22
DTV Settings .................................................................... 22
Channels ................................................................... 22
Standby Channel Update ................................... 23
Location setting ..................................................... 23
Analogue switch-off ............................................ 23
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
General controls ............................................................. 24
Quick Menu ............................................................. 24
Selecting channels ................................................ 24
The Time Display – analogue only ................. 24
Stereo and Bilingual transmissions ................. 24
Using 3D functions ........................................................ 25
Using the 3D glasses ............................................ 25
Viewing 3D images ............................................... 26
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System Information and Reset TV ............................ 58
System Information .............................................. 58
Reset TV .................................................................... 58
PC Settings ....................................................................... 59
Horizontal and Vertical Position ....................... 59
Clock Phase .............................................................. 59
Sampling Clock ...................................................... 59
Reset ........................................................................... 59
Input selection and AV connections ....................... 60
Input selection ....................................................... 60
Labeling video input sources ............................ 60
Digital Audio Output ............................................ 60
Using REGZA-LINK ......................................................... 61
Enable REGZA-LINK .............................................. 61
TV Auto Power ........................................................ 61
Auto Standby .......................................................... 61
Amplifier Control ................................................... 62
Initial Speaker Setting .......................................... 62
REGZA-LINK input source selection ................ 62
REGZA-LINK one touch play .............................. 62
REGZA-LINK system standby ............................. 62
Using Intel® Wireless Display ..................................... 44
Intel® Wireless Display Device Name .............. 44
PC List ........................................................................ 44
Using the Media Player ................................................ 45
Basic operation ....................................................... 45
Viewing photo files
(on a DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server or USB device) ... 46
Viewing movie files
(on a DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server or USB device) ... 48
Playing music files
(on a DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server or USB device) ... 50
Other features ................................................................. 51
Panel Lock ................................................................ 51
The timers ......................................................................... 51
Programme Timers – digital only ................... 51
On Timer ................................................................... 52
Sleep Timer .............................................................. 52
Energy Saving Settings ................................................ 53
Automatic Power Down ...................................... 53
No Signal Power Down ........................................ 53
Digital on-screen information ................................... 53
Information .............................................................. 53
Using EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) ............ 54
Genre selection/searching ................................. 55
Digital settings – parental control .......................... 55
Parental PIN Setup ................................................ 55
Parental Setup ........................................................ 56
Network Lock .......................................................... 56
Digital settings – Channel Options ........................ 56
Selecting favourite channels ............................. 56
Favourite Channel Lists ....................................... 56
Skip channels .......................................................... 57
Locking channels ................................................... 57
Digital settings – other settings .............................. 57
Subtitles .................................................................... 57
Audio languages .................................................... 57
Software Upgrade and Licences ............................... 58
Network Upgrade .................................................. 58
Software Licences ................................................. 58
TEXT SERVICES
Text services ..................................................................... 63
Selecting modes .................................................... 63
Text information .................................................... 63
Navigating pages using Auto ........................... 63
Navigating pages using LIST ............................. 63
Control buttons ...................................................... 64
PROBLEM SOLVING
Questions and Answers ............................................ 65
INFORMATION
License Information ...................................................... 68
Information ...................................................................... 69
Specifications and accessories .................................. 79
During the life of your TV firmware updates will be made available to ensure that your TV
maintains optimum performance:
USB HDD Recording is supported on this TV, if this functionality is not implemented at time of purchase
it will be made available via firmware update in the last quarter of 2012.
If your TV is connected to the internet, firmware will be automatically made available.
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INSTALLING YOUR TV
DO consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt
about the installation, operation or safety of your
equipment.
WARNING: To prevent injury, this apparatus must
be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance
with the installation instructions. See page 6.
DO be careful with glass panels or doors on
equipment.
Safety Precautions
This equipment has been designed and
manufactured to meet international safety
standards but, like any electrical equipment,
care must be taken to obtain the best results
and for safety to be assured. Please read the
points below for your own safety. They are
of a general nature, intended to help with
all electronic consumer products, and some
points may not apply to the goods you have
just purchased.
DO NOT REMOVE ANY FIXED COVERS AS THIS
WILL EXPOSE DANGEROUS AND ‘LIVE’ PARTS.
THE MAINS PLUG IS USED AS A DISCONNECTING
DEVICE AND THEREFORE SHOULD BE READILY
OPERABLE.
Air Circulation
Leave more than 10cm clearance around the
television to allow adequate ventilation. This will
prevent overheating and possible damage to the
television. Dusty places should also be avoided.
Do not
DO NOT obstruct the ventilation openings of
the equipment with items such as newspapers,
tablecloths, curtains, etc. Overheating will cause
damage and shorten the life of the equipment.
Heat Damage
DO NOT allow electrical equipment to be exposed
to dripping or splashing or objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, to be placed on the equipment.
Damage may occur if the television is left in direct
sunlight or near a heater. Avoid places subject to
extremely high temperatures or humidity. Place in
a location where the temperature remains between
5°C min. and 35°C max.
DO NOT place hot objects or naked flame sources,
such as lighted candles or nightlights on, or close to
equipment. High temperatures can melt plastic and
lead to fires.
Mains Supply
WARNING: To prevent the spread of
fire, keep candles or other open flames
away from this product at all times.
The mains supply required for this equipment is
220-240v AC 50Hz. Never connect to a DC supply
or any other power source. DO ensure that the
television is not standing on the mains lead. Use
only the supplied lead.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment,
this incorporates a special Radio Interference Filter,
the removal of which will impair its performance.
IF IN DOUBT, PLEASE CONSULT A COMPETENT
ELECTRICIAN.
DO NOT use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs
with wood screws. To ensure complete safety,
always fit the manufacturer’s approved stand,
bracket or legs with the fixings provided according
to the instructions.
DO NOT leave equipment switched on when it is
unattended, unless it is specifically stated that it is
designed for unattended operation or has a standby
mode. Switch off by withdrawing the plug, and
make sure your family knows how to do this. Special
arrangements may need to be made for people with
disabilities.
Do
DO read the operating instructions before you
attempt to use the equipment.
DO ensure that all electrical connections
(including the mains plug, extension leads and
inter-connections between pieces of equipment)
are properly made and in accordance with the
manufacturers’ instructions. Switch off and
withdraw the mains plug before making or
changing connections.
DO NOT continue to operate the equipment if you
are in any doubt about it working normally, or it
is damaged in any way – switch off, withdraw the
mains plug and consult your dealer.
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INSTALLING YOUR TV
WARNING: Excessive sound pressure from
earphones or headphones can cause hearing loss.
NEVER
NEVER place the TV in an unstabilized location
such as on a shaky table, incline or location
subject to vibration.
• Only use cabinets or stands recommended by the
TV manufacturer.
• Only use furniture that can safely support the TV.
• Ensure that the TV is not hanging over the edge
of the supporting furniture.
• Never place the TV on tall furniture (for example,
cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring both
the furniture and the TV to a suitable support.
• Never stand the TV on cloth or other material
placed between the TV and supporting furniture.
The TV may drop or fall off, which may cause an
injury or damage.
ABOVE ALL - NEVER let anyone, especially
children, push or hit the screen and cabinet back,
or push anything into holes, slots or any other
openings in the case. These actions will damage
screen or internal parts.
NEVER guess or take chances with electrical
equipment of any kind - it is better to be safe
than sorry.
NEVER stand or climb on the TV.
• Educate children about the dangers of climbing
on furniture to reach the TV or its controls.
Be especially careful in households with children to
prevent them through climbing on top of the TV.
It may move, fall over, break, become damaged or
cause an injury.
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INSTALLING YOUR TV
Installation and important information
Where to install
Locate the television away from direct sunlight and
strong lights. Soft, indirect lighting is recommended for
Fixing strap
comfortable viewing. Use curtains or blinds to prevent
direct sunlight falling on the screen.
Place the TV on a stable, level surface that can support
the weight of the TV. In order to prevent injury and
Fixing strap
maintain stability of this apparatus, secure the TV to
the level surface using the strap if fitted, or to a wall
Sturdy tie (as short as possible)
using a sturdy tie to the P clips provided. Otherwise
secure the TV on the level surface using the supplied
mounting screw.
Stand clip
The LCD display panels are manufactured using an
extremely high level of precision technology; however,
‘P’ Clip
sometimes some parts of the screen may be missing
picture elements or have luminous spots. This is not a sign
Screw
of a malfunction.
(supplied)
Make sure the television is located in a position where it
cannot be pushed or hit by objects, as pressure will break
Stand style is dependent on model
or damage the screen. Also, please be certain that small
items cannot be inserted into slots or openings in the case.
Avoid using chemicals (such as air refreshers, cleaning agents, etc.) on or near the TV pedestal.
Studies indicate that plastics may weaken and crack over time from the combination effects of
chemical agents and mechanical stress (such as weight of TV). Failure to follow these instructions could
result in serious injury and/or permanent damage to TV and TV pedestal.
When using a Wall Bracket
Removing the Pedestal Stand:
1 Carefully lay the front of the unit face down on a
flat, cushioned surface such as a quilt or blanket.
Leave the stand protruding over the edge of the
surface.
Please use a wall bracket appropriate for the size
and weight of the LCD TV.
• Two people are required for installation.
• To install a wall-mount from another manufacturer,
use the SPACERS (supplied).
1 Unplug and remove any cables and/or other
component connectors from the rear of the TV.
2 Carefully lay the front of the unit face down on a
flat, cushioned surface such as a quilt or blanket.
3 Follow the instructions provided with your
wall bracket. Before proceeding, make sure
the appropriate bracket(s) are attached to the
wall and the back of the TV as described in the
instructions provided with the wall bracket.
4 Make sure to place the spacers supplied between
the bracket and the back of the TV.
5 Always use the screws supplied or recommended
by the wall mount manufacturer.
NOTE: Extreme care should always be used when
removing the pedestal stand to avoid damage to
the LCD panel.
2 Remove the four screws.
Four screws
3 Once you have removed all four screws holding
the pedestal stand in place, remove the pedestal
stand from the TV by sliding the pedestal stand
away from the TV.
Screw
Wall bracket
Spacer (supplied)
28–32mm
TV back panel
M8
Place four spacers (supplied).
CAUTION: The diameter and length of the screws differ
depending on wall bracket model. Use of screws other
than the screws specified may result in internal damage
to the TV set or cause it to fall, etc.
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When using the 3D glasses
Available 3D glasses : Toshiba FPT-AG02G (not
supplied)
• The 3D function has been designed for
private use and entertainment in your home
environment.
Please note that any commercial use of the 3D
function could lead to copyright infringement
of authors’ rights. Toshiba asks you to respect
the intellectual property rights of third parties.
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About handling the 3D glasses
• Do not leave the 3D glasses or the accessories
within the reach of small children.
Inhaling or swallowing them may cause
suffocation or lesions in the stomach wall.
If swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
• Do not repair, modify, or disassemble the 3D
glasses by yourself.
Doing so may cause a fire or cause you to become
indisposed while viewing 3D images.
Contact the Toshiba Call Center for repair of your
3D glasses.
• Do not expose the glasses to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire, or the like.
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About the 3D glasses
• Do not use the 3D glasses if they are not
working properly or broken.
Continuing to use them in such a state may cause
injury, eye strain, or indisposition.
Do not use the 3D glasses if they are broken or
have any cracks.
• Do not stand or walk while wearing 3D glasses.
You may lose your balance which could result in
falls or other accidents.
• Do not wear the 3D glasses for any purpose
other than viewing 3D programming.
3D glasses do not function as sunglasses.
• Do not drop, exert pressure on, or step on the
3D glasses.
Doing so may damage the glass section, which
may result in injury.
Exposing the 3D glasses to liquid or excessive heat
may damage the liquid crystal shutter function.
• If your nose or temple turns red, or you feel
pain or discomfort, stop using the 3D glasses.
Such symptoms as above may occur if you keep
wearing them for a long time, which may also
cause indisposition.
• Be careful not to pinch your fingers in the
hinge of the 3D glasses.
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Cautions on watching 3D images
• Some viewers may experience a seizure or
blackout when exposed to certain flashing
images or lights contained in certain 3D
television pictures or video games.
Anyone who has had a seizure, loss of awareness,
or other symptoms linked to an epileptic
condition, or has a family history of epilepsy,
should contact a health care provider before using
the 3D function.
Avoid use of the 3D function when under the
influence of alcohol.
If you are ill or feel ill, you should refrain from
viewing 3D images, and consult your health
care provider as may be appropriate.
If you experience any of the following
symptoms when viewing 3D video images, stop
viewing and contact your health care provider:
Convulsions, eye or muscle twitching, loss of
awareness, altered vision, involuntary movements,
disorientation, eye strain, nausea/vomiting,
dizziness, headaches.
If you feel eye fatigue or other discomfort
from viewing 3D video images, remove the 3D
glasses and discontinue use until the condition
is eliminated.
Viewing in 3D may cause dizziness and/or
disorientation for some viewers.
Therefore, to avoid injury do not place your TV
near open stairwells, balconies, or wires.
Also do not sit near objects that could be broken if
accidentally hit.
When viewing 3D images, always wear 3D
glasses.
Watching 3D images without 3D glasses may
cause eye strain.
Use specified 3D glasses.
When watching 3D images, do not wear 3D
glasses at an angle and do not lie down.
If you watch while lying down or with the glasses
tilted, the 3D effect is lost and it may cause eye
strain.
It is recommended that the viewer’s eyes and
3D glasses are level with the screen.
If you have prescription eye glasses or contact
lenses, wear the 3D glasses over them.
Watching 3D images without appropriate eyewear
may cause eye strain.
If 3D images often appear in double or if you
cannot see the images in 3D, stop viewing.
Continuous viewing may cause eye strain.
Due to the possible impact on vision
development, viewers of 3D video images
should be age 6 or above.
Children and teenagers may be more susceptible
to health issues associated with viewing in 3D and
should be closely supervised to avoid prolonged
viewing without rest.
Watching TV while sitting too close to the
screen for an extended period of time may
cause eye strain.
The ideal viewing distance should be at least three
times the screen height.
If the 3D PIN number has been forgotten:
Use the Master PIN code of 1276, and then change
to a number of your choice. Select 3D PIN from
the Preferences / 3D Setup menu to enter PIN.
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INSTALLING YOUR TV
• Use the product in the following temperature
range; otherwise, the quality of the 3D image
or the reliability of the product cannot be
guaranteed.
– 3D glasses: 0°C - 40°C (32°F - 104°F)
– TV: 0°C - 35°C (32°F - 95°F)
• If you use a fluorescent light, it may flicker
depending on the frequency of the light.
In this case, reduce the brightness of the
fluorescent light, or use another light. (It is not
recommended to watch the TV in a dark room,
especially for children.)
• Wear the 3D glasses properly, otherwise you
may not see the correct 3D image.
• When not viewing 3D images on this unit, take
off the 3D glasses; otherwise, it may be difficult
to see the display on other products such as
PC, digital clock or calculator, etc.
Notes on handling the 3D glasses’ liquid
crystal shutter lenses
• Do not put excessive force on the lenses.
• Do not scratch the surface of the lenses with
sharp objects.
• Do not drop or bend the 3D glasses.
Notes on IR communication
• Do not block the IR sensor for 3D glasses on the
TV by placing objects in front of it.
• Do not cover the IR sensor on the 3D glasses
with stickers or labels.
• Keep the IR sensor on the 3D glasses clean.
• The use of 3D glasses could interfere with
other IR communication devices. Other IR
communication devices may cause the 3D
glasses not to work correctly. Use the TV
and 3D glasses in a place where they will not
interfere with other devices or products.
About the connecting cable
Notes on watching the TV
• Use a high-speed and high-quality HDMI
cable when you connect a device such as 3D
compatible BD player or PC to the TV. When
you use a standard HDMI cable, 3D images may
not be shown.
• 3D effect and image quality may vary
depending upon content quality and display
device capability/functionality/settings.
• If you use any device, such as a mobile phone
or mobile wireless device, near the 3D glasses,
the 3D glasses may not work correctly.
Please take note
If stationary images generated by 4:3 broadcasts, text services, channel identification logos, computer
displays, video games, on-screen menus, etc. are left on the television screen for any length of time, they
could become conspicuous. It is always advisable to reduce both the brightness and contrast settings.
Very long, continuous use of the 4:3 picture on a 16:9 screen may result in some retention of the image at the
4:3 outlines. This is not a defect of the LCD TV and is not covered under the manufacturer’s warranty. Regular
use of other size modes (e.g.: Super Live) will prevent permanent retention.
EXCLUSION CLAUSE
Toshiba shall under no circumstances be liable for loss and/or damage to the product caused by:
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
vi)
vii)
Fire;
Earthquake;
Accidental damage;
Intentional misuse of the product;
Use of the product in improper conditions;
Loss and/or damage caused to the product whilst in the possession of a third party;
Any damage or loss caused as a result of the owner’s failure and/or neglect to follow the instructions set
out in the owner’s manual;
viii) Any loss or damage caused directly as a result of misuse or malfunction of the product when used
simultaneously with associated equipment;
Furthermore, under no circumstances shall Toshiba be liable for any consequential loss and/or damage
including but not limited to the following: loss of profit, interruption of business, the loss of recorded data
whether caused during normal operation or misuse of the product.
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INSTALLING YOUR TV
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23
To access Media Player Menu
To call up text services
To access the analogue or digital Channel List
On-screen Menus
To display the digital on-screen Programme Guide
To page up, down, left or right
When using menus, the arrows move the cursor on
the screen up, down, left or right. Press OK to confirm
your selection
24 To return to previous Menu
25 To exit menus and applications
The remote control
Simple at-a-glance reference of your remote control.
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25
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24
26 When in TV mode:
D Analogue time
display
When in Text mode:
To reveal
A
concealed text
To hold a wanted
B
page
To enlarge text
C
display size
D To select a page
while viewing a
normal picture
When using Programme During Playback:
Guide:
To PLAY
c
Z –24 hours
To STOP
v
z +24 hours
W/w To PAUSE/STEP
CC –1 page
To SKIP-BACK
Z
cc +1 page
To REWIND
CC
To FAST FORWARD
cc
To SKIP-FORWARD
z
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27
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29
27 Colour buttons: Text and interactive service control
buttons
28 Picture still
29 Not available for this TV
CT-90405
Inserting batteries and effective range
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For On/Standby mode
To select external input sources
To select TV Mode (DTV Ant/ATV)
To switch between 2D and 3D
Widescreen viewing
s Stereo/bilingual transmissions
Digital Subtitles or Analogue TEXT Subtitle pages if
available
Number buttons
Switch the Audio Description On/Off
To return to previous channel
To alter the TV volume
To display on-screen information
To access the index page in Text mode
To mute the TV sound
To access Quick Menu
To change programme positions
To change TEXT pages
To access the “TOSHIBA PLACES” Top Page
When network is not connected, an error message
will be displayed.
Remove the back cover to
reveal the battery
compartment and make
sure the batteries are
inserted the proper way.
Suitable battery types for
this remote are AA, IEC R6
1.5V.
Do not combine a used, old battery with a new
one or mix battery types. Remove dead batteries
immediately to prevent acid from leaking into the
battery compartment. Dispose of batteries in a
designated disposal area.
Warning: Batteries must not be exposed to
excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
The performance of the remote control will
deteriorate beyond a distance of five metres or
outside an angle of 30 degrees from the centre
of the television. If the operating range becomes
reduced, the batteries may need replacing.
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CONNECTING YOUR TV
Connecting external equipment
Before connecting any external equipment, turn off all main power switches. If there is no
switch, remove the mains plug from the wall socket.
ILLUSTRATION SHOWS 40TL900A.
HDMI 4 INPUT
HEADPHONE jack
Power cord
LAN port
SCART (EXT 1)
HDMI 1/2/3 INPUTS
COMPONENT VIDEO/AUDIO
INPUT, VIDEO/AUDIO INPUT
(Y/L/R) (EXT 2)
RGB/PC INPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT
(OPTICAL)
or
Aerial Cable
Scart/RCA adaptor
(supplied)
Media Recorder
Aerial cables:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect the aerial to the socket on the rear of the
television. If you use a decoder and/or a media
recorder, it is essential that the aerial cable is
connected through the decoder and/or through the
media recorder to the television.
SCART leads: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect the media recorder IN/OUT socket to the
television.
Connect the decoder TV socket to the television.
Before running Auto Tuning, put your decoder and
media recorder to Standby.
The RCA sockets alongside the COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT sockets will accept L and R audio
signals.
When connecting the VIDEO/AUDIO devices,
connect those cables to Y/L/R sockets.
The Digital Audio Output socket enables the
connection of a suitable surround sound system.
NOTE: This output is always active.
HDMI® (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is for
use with a DVD decoder or electrical equipment
with digital audio and video output. For acceptable
video or PC signal formats through the HDMI
terminals, see page 70.
NOTE: Although this television is able to connect
to HDMI equipment, it is possible that some
equipment may not operate correctly.
LAN port is used to connect the TV to your home
network. This TV can play digital content stored on a
DLNA CERTIFIED™ product with server function.
A wide variety of external equipment can
be connected to the back of the television;
therefore, the relevant owner’s manuals for all
additional equipment must be referred to for
exact instructions.
If the television automatically switches over to
monitor external equipment, return to normal
television by pressing the desired programme
position button. To recall external equipment, press
o to select between TV, EXT1, EXT2, HDMI1,
HDMI2, HDMI3, HDMI4 or PC.
When the external input mode is selected while
viewing DTV mode, the SCART socket does not
output video/audio signals.
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CONNECTING YOUR TV
Connecting an HDMI® device
HDMI’s ARC (Audio Return Channel)
feature
The HDMI input on your television receives
digital audio and uncompressed digital video
from an HDMI source device.
This feature enables the audio signal of the
TV to be sent to the AV amplifier via the HDMI
cable. It will not be necessary to connect a
cable from the audio output of the TV to the
audio input of the AV amplifier to reproduce
the audio received from the tuner of the TV
through the AV amplifier.
This input is designed to accept HDCP (HighBandwidth Digital-Content Protection) programme
material in digital form from EIA/CEA-861-D–
compliant consumer electronic devices (such as a
set-top box or DVD player with HDMI output). For
acceptable video signal formats, see page 70.
NOTE: Supported Audio format: Linear PCM, Dolby
Digital (AC-3), sampling rate 32/44.1/48kHz.
the back of your television
AV amplifier that supports ARC
To connect an HDMI device
Connect an HDMI cable (type A connector) to the
HDMI terminal.
For proper operation, it is recommended that you
use an HDMI cable with the HDMI Logo (
).
• If your HDMI connection is capable of 1080p
and/or your television is capable of refresh rates
greater than 50Hz, you will need a Category 2
cable. Conventional HDMI/DVI cable may not work
properly with this model.
• HDMI cable transfers both video and audio.
Separate analogue audio cables are not required
(see illustration).
the back of your television
HDMI cable
HDMI device
To view the HDMI device video, press the o button
to select HDMI1, HDMI2 or HDMI 3 mode.
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HDMI cable
CONNECTING YOUR TV
REGZA-LINK connection
You can control the basic functions of connected audio/video devices using the television’s
remote control if you connect a REGZA-LINK compatible AV amplifier or playback device. For an
explanation of setup and operations, see pages 61 – 62.
the back of your television
AV amplifier
Playback device
Playback device
For the setup shown above, you will need three
HDMI cables.
NOTE:
• If several devices are connected, the REGZA-LINK
feature may not operate properly.
• For proper operation, it is recommended that you
use HDMI cables with the HDMI Logo (
).
• This function is available when one PC and one
AV amplifier are connected separately. However,
it may not operate properly if the PC is connected
via the AV amplifier.
Before controlling the device(s):
• After completing the above connections, set the
REGZA-LINK Setup menu as you desire (see page
61).
• The connected devices must also be set. For
details, see the operation manual for each device.
• The REGZA-LINK feature uses CEC technology as
regulated by the HDMI standard.
• This feature is limited to models incorporating
Toshiba’s REGZA-LINK. However, Toshiba is not
liable for those operations. Refer to individual
instruction manuals for compatibility information.
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CONNECTING YOUR TV
Connecting a computer
To connect a PC to the HDMI terminal
With either an RGB/PC or an HDMI connection,
you can watch your computer’s display on the
television.
When connecting a PC to the HDMI terminal on the
television, use an HDMI-to-DVI adaptor cable.
If connecting a PC with an HDMI terminal, use an
HDMI cable (type A connector).
the back of your television
To connect a PC to the RGB/PC terminal
When connecting a PC to the RGB/PC terminal
on the television, use an analogue RGB (15-pin)
computer cable.
Computer
the back of your television
Mini D-sub
15 pin connector
HDMI-to-DVI
adaptor cable
Computer
RGB PC cable (not
supplied)
For acceptable PC and video signal formats, see
page 69.
NOTE:
• The edges of the images may be hidden.
• If connecting a certain PC model with a unique
PC signal, the PC signal may not be detected
correctly.
Conversion adaptor
if required
(not supplied)
To use a PC, set the monitor output resolution on
the PC before connecting it to the television. For
acceptable PC signal formats, see page 69.
To display the optimum picture, use the PC setting
feature (see page 59).
NOTE:
• Some PC models cannot be connected to this
television.
• An adaptor is not needed for computers with a
compatible mini D-sub15-pin terminal.
• Depending on the DVD’s title and the
specifications of the PC on which you are playing
the DVD-Video, some scenes may be skipped or
you may not be able to pause during multi-angle
scenes.
• A band may appear at the edges of the screen
or parts of the picture may be obscured. This is
due to scaling of the picture by the set, it is not a
malfunction.
• When PC input mode is selected, some of the
television’s features will be unavailable e.g. Colour
System in the System Setup menu.
• Some PC models may output unique signals that
the television may be unable to detect (see page
69).
• If connecting a certain PC model with a unique
PC signal, the PC signal may not be detected
correctly.
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CONNECTING YOUR TV
Connecting a home network
To connect the TV to a home network
with an internet connection - Wireless
The LAN port allows your Toshiba TV to connect
to your home network. You can use this
revolutionary home entertainment networking
system to access photo, video and audio files
that are stored on a DLNA CERTIFIED™ server
and play/display them on your TV.
Please refer to “Wireless Setup” section on page 38.
the back of your television
USB 1 or
USB 2
NOTE:
• If you connect to a shared network outside your
home, it is advisable to use a router. Always use
DLNA CERTIFIED™ products in private network
environments. Connect this TV to the same router
as other DLNA CERTIFIED™ products (server).
• If you use a hub or switch to connect the TV to
your home network, you may not be able to use
the automatic setup and will have to manually set
up the network address. See page 39.
• If you use a router with built-in DHCP functionality,
use the automatic setup. Manual setup may not work.
• If you connect the TV and PC directly, use a
crossover LAN cable.
• Please consult your PC manufacturer about details
of PC settings.
• Wireless devices may interfere with Intel® Wireless
Display.
To connect the TV to a home network Wired
the back of your television
Modem (if available)
[1]
Access point (AP)
Wireless LAN router
Modem
Computer
How to use this Dual Band Wireless LAN Adaptor
• If this device is going to be operated in the
frequency range of 5.15 GHz to 5.35 GHz, it is
restricted to indoor use.
To connect the TV to the PC with
Intel® Wireless Display
Router with Hub
PC with Intel®
Wireless Display
[2]
[2] [3]
Server PC
TOSHIBA Dual
Band WLAN
adaptor
Intel® WiDi
Cable or Phone jack
[2]
TOSHIBA Dual
Band WLAN
adaptor
[1] Coaxial or telephone cable (depending on your
modem type)
[2] Standard LAN cable
[3] Do NOT connect a phone jack directly to the TV’s
LAN port.
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CONNECTING YOUR TV
Controls and input connections
A wide variety of external equipment can be connected to the input sockets on the side of the
television.
While all the necessary adjustments and controls for the television are made using the remote control,
the buttons on the television may be used for some functions.
ILLUSTRATION SHOWS 40TL900A.
USB 1 port
Media Player/Wireless LAN adaptor ready for a
home network
3D IR
Ambient
Light Sensor
Control panel
ORANGE LED – Programme
timer set (digital only)
USB 2 port
Media Player/Wireless LAN adaptor ready for a home
network
RED LED – Standby
GREEN LED – Power on
Switching on
If the RED LED is not lit, check that the mains plug
is connected to the power supply and press 1 on
the remote control; it may take a few moments. The
GREEN LED will be lit.
To put the television into Standby, press 1 on the
remote control. To view the television, press 1 again.
The picture may take a few seconds to appear.
For energy saving:
We recommend that you use the television with
the factory settings. The factory settings are for
energy saving.
Unplugging the mains plug will cut energy use to
zero for all televisions. This is recommended when
the television is not being used for a long time,
e.g. when on holiday. Reducing the brightness of
the screen will reduce energy use.
Energy efficiency cuts energy consumption and
thus saves money by reducing electricity bills.
NOTE: Putting the television into standby mode
will reduce energy consumption, but will still
draw some power.
Using the menu system
Press MENU on the remote control to display the menu.
The menu appears as a list of five topics. As each
symbol is selected by pressing C or c on the remote
control, its respective options will appear above.
NOTE: The same menu is displayed in DTV (Digital
TV) and ATV (Analogue TV) modes; however, where
some items are not available in a mode, they will
appear grayed out.
To use the option, press B and b on the remote
control to move up and down and press C or c to
select your desired setting.
Using the TV controls and connections
• To turn on or off the TV, press ! .
• To alter the volume, press + or – .
+ and – buttons operate as volume up/down as
default.
• To alter the programme position, press p/o once
and press u or U.
• To select an external input, press and hold p/o
until the Inputs window appears, and then press
u or U to select the appropriate input source.
The Media Player feature provides access to photo,
movie and music files stored on a USB storage
device that is connected via the USB1 or USB2 port
or on a network device.
The USB port also has to be used with the “TOSHIBA
Dual Band WLAN Adaptor WLM-20U2” in order to
access a wireless network.
You must use the TOSHIBA Wireless LAN device to
ensure correct operation of this feature. This feature
is available only when the “TOSHIBA Dual Band
WLAN Adaptor“ is used.
Please always refer to the owner’s manual of the
equipment to be connected for full details.
NOTE:
• The USB socket has limited functionality and
Toshiba can take no responsibility for damage to
other connected equipment.
• Interactive video games that involve shooting a “gun”
at an on-screen target may not work with this TV.
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CONNECTING YOUR TV
MENU structure
To open the main menu (illustration below) , press MENU on the remote control.
Guide
Genre Search
Programme
Timers
Setup
TV Programmes
Media Player
Function
1st Layer
Press MENU.
TV Programmes
Connected TV
2nd Layer
Press C c / B.
Press C c.
3rd Layer
Press OK.
Press BbC c.
Guide
Genre Search
Programme Timers
Jump to Programme Guide (EPG)
Jump to Genre Search
Jump to Programme Timers
USB Media Player
Network Media Player
USB Media Player Menu
Network Media Player Menu
Toshiba Places
Jump to Toshiba Places
NOTE: This menu item is
subject to change without
notice.
On Timer
Sleep Timer
Intel® Wireless Display
On Timer Menu
Sleep Timer Menu
Intel® Wireless Display Menu
Picture
Sound
Preferences
System Setup
Picture Menu
Sound Menu
Preferences Menu
System Setup Menu
Media Player
Connected TV
Function
Setup
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SETTING UP YOUR TV
Startup Application
i
Before switching on the TV, make sure your
decoder/media recorder, if applicable, is in
standby. To set up the television, use the
buttons on the remote control as detailed on
page 9.
a
Network Setup
Do you want to configure network setup?
Yes
• When you select No, skip to step 17.
j
Quick Setup
Press OK, and the Network Setup screen
will appear. Press C or c to select Yes or No.
Press the 1 button. The Menu Language
screen will appear. This screen will appear
the first time that the television is switched
on and each time Reset TV is selected.
Press OK, and the Network Type screen
will appear. Press C or c to select Wired or
Wireless.
Network Type
Please select a network type.
Wired
b
Press C or c to select the menu language
English or Français.
c
Press OK to display the Primary/Secondary
Language and Primary/Secondary Audio
Language item. Press B b C c to select
the language as desired.
• When you select Wired (LAN cable
connection), skip to step 14.
• When you select Wireless (USB WLAN
adaptor connection), follow step 11.
NOTE: If the USB WLAN adaptor is not
connected, Network Type screen does not
display and skip to step 14.
Quick Setup
Primary Subtitle Language
d
English
Secondary Subtitle Language
French
Primary Audio Language
English
Secondary Audio Language
French
k
Press OK, and the Time Zone screen will
appear.
Time Zone
Wireless Setup
New South Wales
e
f
Press OK, and the Wireless Setup screen
will appear. Press C or c to select the
Wireless Setup type.
• Assisted Setup - follow step 12.
Input the Security Key only.
• Manual Setup, skip to step 13.
Input the all settings.
Please select a kind of wireless network.
Press C or c to select Time Zone.
Assisted Setup
Press OK, and the Location screen will
appear.
Location
To use the TV for displaying in a store showroom,
please select [Store]. [Home] mode is
recommended for normal use.
NOTE: EXIT is available during settings.
l
Press OK, and the Assisted Setup screen
will appear. Press B or b to select the
desired AP and press OK.
Home
g
Press C or c to select Home or Store. For
normal home use, select Home.
h
Press OK, and the AutoView screen will
appear, press C or c to select Yes or No.
In step 11, when you select Assisted Setup;
NOTE: Check the MAC address on the label of
the AP or in the manual, and select your AP.
Press B or b to select Security Key and
press OK.
The Software Keyboard window will appear
(page 42).
Input the Security Key by using the Software
Keyboard.
To save your setting, press the BLUE button.
AutoView
AutoView mode automatically adjusts picture
settings to suit ambient light conditions. Do you
wish to enable AutoView mode?
No
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SETTING UP YOUR TV
Press B or b to select Security Key and
press OK. Input the Security Key by using
the Software Keyboard (page 42).
To save your setting, press the BLUE button.
This item is grayed out when Encryption is
None.
NOTE:
• The Security Key must adhere to these
conditions:
- TKIP/AES: 8-63 ASCII or 64 Hex characters
- WEP: 5 or 13 ASCII or 10 or 26 Hex
characters
• There is only one key ID to set for WEP
encryption.
When Encryption is WEP, Key ID setting is
available. Press B or b to select Key ID and
press C or c to select 1(default), 2, 3 or 4.
Press B or b to highlight Done and press
OK.
Press B or b to select Done and press OK.
When the message “Wireless configuration
is complete.” appears on screen, press OK.
NOTE:
• If Network Name is not displayed, see
Manual Setup below to set Network Name
before pressing Done.
• If BACK is pressed before Done is selected,
settings are not saved.
When the message “Wireless configuration
is complete.” appears on screen, press OK.
The screen will skip to step 14.
m
NOTE: Settings are not saved if BACK is
pressed before Done is selected.
n
The Advanced Network Setup screen will
appear.
When the DHCP function of the router
connected with this TV is On, you can set
Auto Setup to On or Off. (This should
usually be set to On.)
When the DHCP function of the router is
Off, set Auto Setup to Off, and set the IP
Address DNS address(es) manually.
In step 11, when you select Manual Setup;
Press OK, and the Manual Setup screen
will appear. Press B or b to select Network
Name and press OK.
The Software Keyboard window will appear
(page 42).
Input the Network Name by using the
Software Keyboard.
To save your setting, press the BLUE button.
Advanced Network Setup
IP Address Setup
Press B or b to select Authentication and
then press C or c to select Open System,
Shared Key, WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK.
Auto Setup
On
IP Address
XXX . XXX . XXX . XXX
Subnet Mask
XXX . XXX . XXX . XXX
Default Gateway
XXX . XXX . XXX . XXX
DNS Setup
Auto Setup
Press B or b to select Encryption, and then
press C or c to select None, WEP, TKIP or
AES.
On
Primary DNS Address
XXX . XXX . XXX . XXX
Secondary DNS Address
XXX . XXX . XXX . XXX
00:11:22:33:44:55
MAC Address
NOTE:
• Certain encryption types are only
compatible with specific authentication
types.
- When Authentication is Open System, only
WEP or None is compatible.
- When Authentication is Shared Key, only
WEP is compatible.
- When Authentication is WPA-PSK or WPA2PSK, only TKIP or AES is compatible.
• When incompatible Authentication/
Encryption pairings are detected, a
warning message will be displayed, and
no connection attempt will be made until
the incompatibility is resolved.
• There is only one key ID to set for WEP
encryption.
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Next
You can view the fixed MAC address for the
TV and for the Dual Band WLAN Adaptor, if
one is installed.
Press B or b to select Next.
SETTING UP YOUR TV
o
Auto Tuning
Press OK, and Network Connection Test will
start.
NOTE: As new services are broadcast, it will be necessary
to re-tune the television in order to view them.
Auto Tuning will completely re-tune the television
and can be used to update the channel list. It is
recommended that Auto Tuning is run periodically
to ensure that all new services are added. All current
channels and settings, i.e. locked channels, will be
lost.
A message will appear to indicate if the
connection was successful or it could not be
completed.
Network connection was completed successfully.
OK
p
NOTE: The result of Network Connection Test
does not always guarantee the connection.
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
To cancel the Network Connection Test:
Press BACK while searching for the Internet
connection.
c
Press B or b to select Auto Tuning and
press OK.
Press B/C c to highlight System Setup icon
and press OK.
System Setup
Press OK, and The Auto Tuning will appear.
Menu Language
English
Auto Tuning
Auto Tuning
Tuning Mode
ATV Manual Tuning
DTV and ATV
DTV Manual Tuning
Bandwidth
7MHz
DTV Settings
Colour System
Start Scan
Quick Setup
Location
q
Press C or c to select DTV and ATV, DTV
or ATV, if available, and press b to select
Bandwidth.
Press C or c to select 7MHz, 8MHz or 7MHz
and 8MHz, then highlight Start Scan and
press OK to continue with the Auto Tuning.
d
Auto Tuning
Tuning Mode
7MHz
Start Scan
Press C or c to select DTV and ATV, DTV
or ATV, if available, and press b to select
Bandwidth.
Press C or c to select 7MHz, 8MHz or 7MHz
and 8MHz, then highlight Start Scan and
press OK to continue with the Auto Tuning.
You must allow the television to complete
the search.
When the search is complete, the Auto
Tuning screen will display the services
found.
The television will start to search for all
available DTV and/or ATV services.
You must allow the television to complete
the search.
Press B or b to move through the list to
select a channel and press OK to view.
PLEASE NOTE
The Quick Setup menu can also be
accessed at any time from the Setup /
System Setup menu.
DTV and ATV
Bandwidth
The television will start to search for all
available DTV and/or ATV services.
r
Press C or c to select Yes and press OK.
When the search is complete, the Auto
Tuning screen will display the services
found.
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Press B or b to move through the list to
select a channel and press OK to view.
SETTING UP YOUR TV
ATV Manual Tuning
a
In the System Setup menu, press b to
select ATV Manual Tuning and press OK.
System Setup
Tuning
Menu Language
ATV Manual Tuning
The television can be tuned-in manually using ATV
Manual Tuning. For example, you might use the
feature if the television cannot be connected to a
media recorder/decoder with a SCART lead or when
you want to tune-in a station on another System.
DTV Manual Tuning
DTV Settings
Colour System
Quick Setup
Location
Use C and c to move across the screen and select
any of the ATV Manual Tuning options. Then use B
or b to adjust the settings.
b
ATV Manual Tuning
I
A
C
2
0
V
C
R
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9
1
Position
The number to be pressed on the remote
control to tune the channel.
2
System
Specific to certain areas.
3
Colour System
Factory set to Auto, should only be changed if
problems are experienced, i.e. NTSC input from
external source.
4
Skip
Set Skip to On (8) or Off (() for the selected
channel. See page 21.
5
Use B or b to select the desired position.
We suggest Pos. 0 for a media recorder.
ATV Manual Tuning
Pos.
Channel
System
1
English
Auto Tuning
1
C2
2
3
C4
C5
4
C7
5
C9
6
C12
7
C23
8
C27
Station
Different Channel numbers may be displayed.
c
Press OK to select. If the channel chosen for
the media recorder is set to skip, Skip should
be removed before storing.
d
Press c to select System and press B or b
to change if required.
ATV Manual Tuning
System
1
Signal Class
The channel classification.
e
f
I
A
C
2
0
Then press c to select Search.
6
Channel
The channel number on which a station is being
broadcast.
7
Search
Search up and down for a signal.
8
Manual Fine Tuning
Only used if interference/weak signal is
experienced. See page 65.
g
Each signal will show on the television. If it is
not your media recorder, press B or b again
to restart the search.
9
Station
Station identification. Use the B b and C c
buttons to enter up to seven characters.
h
When your media recorder signal is found,
press c to move along to Station. Use B, b,
C and c to put in the required characters,
e.g. VCR.
Press B or b to begin the search. The search
symbol will flash.
ATV Manual Tuning
Search
1
To allocate a position on the television for a decoder
and media recorder: turn the decoder on, insert a
pre-recorded film in the media recorder, press PLAY
and manually tune.
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I
A
C
2
0
ATV Manual Tuning
Station
1
I
A
C
2
0
V
C
R
SETTING UP YOUR TV
i
j
k
Sorting positions
Press OK to save.
Channels may be moved and saved to the position of
your choice.
Repeat for each position you want to tune.
Press EXIT when you have finished.
PLEASE NOTE
This television has direct channel entry if
the channel numbers are known.
Select the ATV Manual Tuning screen in
Step 3. Enter the Position number, the
System, then C for standard (terrestrial)
channels or S for cable channels and the
Channel number. Press OK to save.
a
Select ATV Manual Tuning from the System
Setup menu.
b
With the list of channels showing, use B
or b to highlight the channel you want to
move and press c.
ATV Manual Tuning
Pos.
Channel
2
Skip
To prevent certain channels from being viewed,
positions can be skipped.
a
Select ATV Manual Tuning from the System
Setup menu.
b
Use B or b to highlight the position to be
skipped and press OK to select.
ATV Manual Tuning
Pos.
Channel
C2
2
3
C4
C5
4
C7
ABC1
5
C12
ABC1
6
C23
7
C27
8
C40
c
Press c to select Skip.
d
Use B or b to turn Skip on.
Press OK.
e
C
2
ABC1
C12
ABC1
1
6
C2
C23
7
C27
8
C40
Press C to save your move.
Repeat as necessary and press EXIT.
Skip: On
A
C7
5
d
ATV Manual Tuning
I
4
Use B or b to move through the list to your
preferred position. As you do so, the other
channels will move to make room.
8 on the screen indicates a skipped
position.
1
3
c
Station
1
Station
C4
C5
0
Press EXIT and repeat steps 1 through 4 to
set other positions if necessary.
Each position has to be individually selected.
To turn Skip off, repeat the procedure for
each position.
Skipped positions cannot be selected by PU
and Pu or by the controls on the television
but can still be accessed by the number
buttons on the remote control.
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SETTING UP YOUR TV
DTV Manual Tuning
DTV Settings
Manual Tuning
Channels
This feature is available for service engineers or can be
used for direct channel entry if the multiplex channel
is known.
The channel order may be changed to suit your
personal preference.
a
Select DTV Manual Tuning from the
System Setup menu and press OK.
DTV Manual Tuning
Signal Strength
Quality
WEAK
AVERAGE
a
Select DTV Settings from the System
Setup menu and press OK.
b
Select Channels and press OK.
DTV Settings
STRONG
Channels
GOOD
Channel
Subtitle and Audio
22
Frequency
XXX.X MHz
Bandwidth
7 MHz
Parental PIN Setup
Parental Control
Local Time Setting
Standby Channel Update
Start Scan
b
Enter the multiplex number using the
number buttons or use C or c to adjust the
number up or down.
c
Highlight Start Scan and press OK. The
television will automatically search for that
multiplex.
c
Channels
0 New Channels - Total 6
New
Antenna TV
Line No.
Pos.
DTV Manual Tuning
Type
1/10
Name
C2
ABC ONE
C4
ABC TWO
C5
ABC THREE
C23
CABC Channel
C7
ABC NEWS 24
Pos.
Name
C2
ABC ONE
C12
ABCi
C4
ABC TWO
C27
AA
C5
ABC THREE
C40
AC
C7
ABC NEWS 24
ABCi
C12
Line Number Jump — Use the number
buttons (0-9) to input the line number you
want to select and press OK.
When the multiplex is found, any channels
that are not currently in the channel list will
be added and the channel information at
the top of the screen will be updated.
d
For your convenience, you can jump to
specific places in the list by one of two
methods.
It is also possible to change the Position
number of a particular channel.
Repeat as necessary. Press EXIT to finish.
Renumber — Press the RED button to
renumber the highlighted channel. Edit the
channel number using the number buttons
and press OK. If the position number you
input already exists, a confirmation window
will appear.
Pos.
Name
ABC ONE
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SETTING UP YOUR TV
Move — Press the GREEN button to activate
the Move feature. Press the B or b buttons
to select the channel you wish to move and
press OK to check.
If you wish to move multiple channels at
once, select another channel and check in
the same way. Repeat as necessary.
Once all desired channels have been checked,
press the B or b buttons to place the focus at
the position to which you wish to move the
channels. The channels will be inserted above
the highlighted channel. Press the GREEN
button to execute the move.
Channels
TV
Line No.
Pos.
1/10
Name
C2
ABC ONE
C4
ABC TWO
C5
ABC THREE
C23
CABC Channel
C7
ABC NEWS 24
C12
ABCi
C27
AA
C40
AC
Location setting
You can select either Home or Store mode. Home
is recommended for normal home use. Select Store
when using the television for displaying in a shop, etc.
a
Select Location from the System Setup menu.
b
Press C or c to select Home or Store.
Analogue switch-off
This is a digital television which is integrated
to allow the use of both digital and analogue
services. However, during the lifetime of this set it is
very likely that analogue services will be switched
off to allow for more new digital services.
This ‘switch-off ’ will happen in a number of phases,
which will be advertised in your area well in
advance. It is recommended that at each phase
the television is re-tuned to ensure that existing
and new digital services can be viewed without
disruption.
Position No. Sort — Press the YELLOW
button. A confirmation window will appear.
Press C or c to select Yes and press OK.
Your existing channel order will be lost. Do you
wish to continue?
Yes
Standby Channel Update
If the Standby Channel Update is set to On,
when the TV is in standby mode, Digital Tuning is
automatically executed and any new channels are
saved.
a
Select DTV Settings from the System
Setup menu and press OK.
b
Press b to select Standby Channel Update
and press C or c to select On.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
General controls
Selecting channels
Quick Menu
Quick Menu helps you access some options
quickly, such as Picture Mode, Picture Size, More
Information, Sleep Timer etc.
Press QUICK to display the Quick Menu and use B
or b to select the option.
To select a channel, use the numbered buttons on
the remote control.
Channels can also be selected using PU and Pu.
To display on-screen information such as channel,
input mode or stereo/mono signal, press
. Press
again to cancel.
The Time Display – analogue only
Quick Menu
Picture Mode
Picture Size
Super Live
More Information
Channel Options
00:00
Sleep Timer
TV Speakers
Speakers
Headphone Level
The time display facility allows the current (text
service) time to be seen on the television screen.
AutoView
3D Settings
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Press D whilst watching a normal television
broadcast to see the time display from the
broadcaster. It will remain on screen for about 5
seconds.
NOTE: This display may not be available in some
cases.
NOTE: Quick Menu items are different depending
on the current mode.
Quick menu item example
Mode
When viewing a
TV programme
or pictures from
the external
input
For DTV programmes
Quick menu item Description
Picture Mode
Picture Size
3D Settings
More Information
Channel Options
Single Window
Sleep Timer
or 3D Single
Speakers
Window
Headphone Level
Wireless Information
When using EPG Genre Colour
USB Media
Picture
Player (Photo
3D Settings
Single View,
Sound
Slide Show)
Interval Time
Repeat
Background Music
Play List
Sleep Timer
Speakers
Headphone Level
Stereo and Bilingual transmissions
See page 34.
See page 32.
See page 27.
See page 54.
See page 56.
See page 52.
See page 62.
See page 31.
See page 40.
See page 55.
See page 34.
See page 27.
See page 30.
See page 47.
See page 47.
See page 47.
See page 48.
See page 52.
See page 62.
See page 31.
For stereo or dual mono broadcasts, press s and
use C or c to select settings.
Pressing c
Mode Display
Stereo
Stereo S Left S Right
Dual mono
Dual 1 S Dual 2 S Dual
Mono
–
Multichannel
–
For multi-audio track broadcasts, press s
repeatedly to change the audio language (see
“Audio languages” on page 57).
For ATV programmes
If stereo or dual language broadcasts are
transmitted, the word Stereo or Dual will appear
on the screen each time channels are changed,
disappearing after a few seconds. If the broadcast is
not in stereo, the word Mono will appear.
Stereo… Press s to select Stereo or Mono.
Bilingual… Bilingual transmissions are rare. If they
are transmitted, the word Dual will be displayed.
Choose the required programme number, and if the
word Dual appears, press s to select Dual 1,
Dual 2 or Mono.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
To set the 3D glasses:
Using 3D functions
Before using 3D programming, see and follow
“When using the 3D glasses” section on page 7.
Viewing 3D programming requires the following:
• TOSHIBA 3D Glasses FPT-AG02G (not supplied)
• Compatible 3D playback device or 3D source
• 3D capable high quality HDMI cable
Using the 3D glasses
b
When you use for the
first time, peel off the
protective films from
the lenses.
Turn the 3D glasses on
with the power switch.
Peel off
NOTE: If the infrared data communication between
the television and 3D glasses is lost for 5 minutes,
the 3D glasses turn off automatically to preserve
battery life.
To charge the battery:
Names and functions
Lens (liquid-crystal
shutter)
A right and left liquidcrystal shutter opens
and closes alternately
with the images for
the left eye and for the
right eye alternately
projected on the
television screen.
In this way, 3D images
are reproduced.
a
Power switch and
power light
Turns on or off the
power of 3D glasses
with the switch.
– When working,
the power light
blinks once every
2 seconds.
– When the power
is turned off, the
power light goes
out.
If the 3D glasses are turned on while the battery
power is low, the power light will blink 5 times. (If the
battery is dead, the power light will not blink or light.)
a
Turn the 3D glasses off with the power
switch, and connect to the TV with the
battery charge cable.
USB
Power switch
ON
OFF
Power light
Protective films
Peel these off before beginning use.
Infrared reception part
Receives the infrared
signal for the liquidcrystal shutter control
sent from the television.
NOTE:
• If the 3D glasses are turned on, the battery
will not charge.
• When the TV is turned off or in standby
mode, the battery will not charged.
• When charging the battery the use of a
USB cable other than the battery charge
cable supplied is not covered by warranty.
b
c
USB terminal
When charging the
battery, connect
to the TV with the
battery charge cable.
DC IN
The power light will Light up.
When the light goes out, the charging is
completed.
NOTE:
• It takes approximately two hours to charge
the battery.
• If the usage time is extremely short even
after the battery has been charged fully,
the battery may be worn out. Contact your
dealer.
To check the battery level:
When the 3D glasses are turned on, the behavior of
power light is different.
• Charged:
Lights up for 2 seconds
• Low charge:
Blinks 5 times
CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is
incorrectly disposed.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
o.f
3D format select:
Viewing 3D images
Incoming video signals can either be in 2D or 3D
format. A 2D signal can be viewed in either 2D or 3D,
and 3D can be viewed in either 2D or 3D. If the TV can
detect the fact that a signal is 3D, it can change to
3D mode automatically – see “Setting the auto start
mode” (on page 28). Otherwise you can change the
viewing mode using the 3D button. Finally, the format
of the 3D signal can be either Side by Side (SBS) or Top
and Bottom (TB). You may have to choose the correct
format if the TV can not detect it automatically – see
“Switching display mode or selecting 3D format”.
Moreover, you can change 2D images to 3D images
by pressing the 3D button when viewing in 2D.
If a right and left images are same in Native mode,
select SBS.
If a top and bottom images are same in Native
mode, select TB. 3D formats are the following.
3D format
NOTE:
• When 3D format signal is not received, display
mode is not switched to 3D.
• If appropriate mode and format are not selected,
3D image is not correctly displayed.
• There will be restrictions on the Picture Size
settings for 3D Mode and 2D Mode.
• There are individual differences in perception of
3D images.
• When viewing 3D images, wear the 3D Glasses.
• The 2D to 3D conversion function is activated
and controlled by you according to your personal
preferences.
• The 2D to 3D conversion function is meant for
enjoyment of 2D home video, and other 2D
content you create, in 3D according to your
personal preferences.
• The 2D to 3D conversion function is not intended
for use with pre-recorded 2D copyrighted content
owned by a third-party unless the copyright
owner has given direct or indirect permission, or
unless applicable law permits such use.
Images for the left and
right eyes are positioned
side-by-side.
Top and
Bottom
(TB)
Images for the left and
right eyes are positioned at
the top and bottom of the
screen.
Frame
Packing
(FP) *
Image for the left and right
eyes for two frames are
positioned at the top and
bottom of the screen.
* This format cannot be selected manually.
The 3D button's operation:
The behaviour of 3D when viewing in Native mode
is different depending on the input mode.
Depending on the input mode, the screen for
selecting 2D or 3D is displayed or the display mode
switches between 2D and 3D.
To switch to 3D mode:
• Set Preferences/3D Setup/3D Auto Start to 3D.
• Press 3D while viewing 2D mode or Native mode.
Trigger of Switching
Display Mode
Type
SBS
Description
Displays 3D images.
2D
Changes 3D images to 2D.
TB
Without 3D SBS
Auto Detect
Information TB
2D to 3D Changes 2D images to 3D.
Native
Additional Format Source Select
Information
Signal 3D
3D
With 3D
Format Auto Detect FP
Signal Information
There are four modes for watching TV.
3D
Press 3D button
Input Signal
Switching display mode or selecting
3D format
Mode
Description
Side by
Side (SBS)
Displays a received signal format as it is.
2D Format Signal
* Correct 3D image
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3D
Select 2D
to 3D
*
3D
*
3D 3D
*
3D
3D
3D 3D
*
3D 3D
3D
D
D
3D
*
D 3
3D
3
3
3D
3D
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
To select 3D format from the Quick menu in
3D mode:
To select 2D format from the Quick menu in
2D mode:
a
b
Press QUICK to display the Quick Menu.
a
b
Press QUICK to display the Quick Menu.
c
Press B or b to select 3D Format Select
and press OK.
c
Press B or b to select 2D Format Select
and press OK.
d
Press C or c to select 3D (SBS) or 3D (TB).
d
Press C or c to select Native, Side by Side
(SBS) or Top and Bottom (TB).
Press B or b to select 3D Settings and press
OK.
Trigger of Switching
Quick menu
Display Mode
Input Signal
Type
Additional
Info
3D
With 3D
Format Auto Detect FP
Signal Information
SBS
TB
Without 3D SBS
Auto Detect
Information TB
2D Format Signal
Type
3D
3D 3D
SBS
3D
3D 3D
3D 3D
3D
D
D
3D
D 3
3D
TB
3D 3D
*
Without 3D SBS
Auto Detect
Information TB
*
3
3
3D
3D
TB
Native
3D
3D
3D 3D
*
3D
3D 3D
2D Format Signal
*
3D
3D
3D 3D
*
3D
3D
3
3
3D
3
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D 3D
*
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
*Correct 2D image
Trigger of Switching
Display Mode
Press 3D
button
Input Signal
Format
3D
With 3D
Format Auto Detect FP
Signal Information
SBS
TB
Without 3D SBS
Auto Detect
Information TB
*Correct 2D image
3D Format Select
Format Source SBS
Signal
3D
• Set Preferences/3D Setup/3D Auto Start to 2D.
• Press 3D while viewing 3D mode or Native mode.
2D Format Signal
Additional
Info
3D
With 3D
Format Auto Detect FP
Signal Information
3D
To switch to 2D mode:
Additional
Info
Input Signal
TB
*Correct 3D image
Type
Trigger of Switching
Quick menu
Display Mode
3D Format Select
Format Source SBS
Signal
Press B or b to select 3D Settings and press
OK.
Source
Signal
3D
*
3D
*
3D
*
3D
3D
3D 3D
3D 3D
3D
3D
NOTE: Take off the 3D Glasses in 2D mode.
To switch to Native mode:
• Press 3D while viewing 3D mode.
• Press 3D while viewing 2D to 3D mode.
NOTE: When 3D format signal with 3D Auto
Detect Information is received, it is not possible to
switch to Native.
• From the Quick Menu in 2D mode.
a
In the Quick Menu, press B or b to select
3D Settings and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select 2D Format Select
and press OK.
c
Press C or c to select Native.
NOTE: When Frame Packing is input, 2D
Format Select will be grayed out.
3D
3D 3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
*
3D
To switch to 2D to 3D mode:
Press 3D while viewing 2D or Native mode.
NOTE: Depending on the input mode, the display
mode switches between 2D and 3D.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
From the Quick Menu:
Setting the auto start mode
Controls what the TV does when it detects a 3D signal.
a
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
Press QUICK on the remote to open the
Quick Menu.
b
Press B or b to select 2D to 3D Depth and
press OK.
c
Press B or b to select 3D Setup and press
OK.
c
Press C or c to select 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.
The higher the number, the stronger the 3D
effect.
Press B/C c to highlight Preferences icon
and press OK.
Preferences
NOTE: Depending on the content, setting the 3D
effect to a high level may result in blurring of the
image contours and background.
3D Setup
REGZA-LINK Setup
Network Setup
Network Device Setup
Teletext
If you experience any abnormal sensation or feel
fatigue or nausea when viewing 3D images, stop
watching and rest until the symptoms subside.
Before viewing again, adjust the 3D effect to a
lower number and view at a level at which the
symptoms do not occur.
Auto
Network Lock
Off
Panel Lock
Off
Display Settings
d
e
Press B or b to select 3D Auto Start.
Press C or c to select 3D, 2D, or Off.
Option
Setting the 3D PIN code
Description
3D
Displays as 3D mode automatically
when 3D format signal is received.
2D
Displays as 2D mode automatically
when 3D format signal is received.
Off
Displays a screen that allows you to
select 3D or 2D when 3D format signal
is received.
A 3D PIN code is necessary for using 3D Safety
Settings.
To enter a new PIN code:
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select 3D Setup and press OK.
b
c
Press B or b to select 3D PIN and press OK.
Adjusting 2D to 3D Depth
You can adjust the level of 3D.
From the Menu:
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select 3D Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select 2D to 3D Depth and
press OK.
c
Press C or c to select 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.
The higher the number, the stronger the 3D
effect.
Press the number buttons to enter a 4-digit
number. Confirm the code.
NOTE: PIN code cannot be set to “0000”.
To change or delete your PIN code:
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select 3D Setup and press OK.
b
c
Press B or b to select 3D PIN and press OK.
d
Select Change PIN or Delete PIN and press
OK.
NOTE:
• PIN code cannot be set to “0000”.
• If PIN is deleted, 3D Safety Settings is
grayed out, and the settings are reset to
the factory default.
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Press the number buttons to enter your
4-digit PIN code.
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Setting 3D Start Message
Setting Enable 3D Timer
When this feature is set to On, a message is displayed
onscreen when a 3D signal is received.
This feature helps to remind you not to watch 3D
video for extended periods of time. Once a set period
of time has passed, a dialogue will be shown asking
you if you wish to continue viewing or not.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select 3D Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select 3D Safety Settings
and press OK.
c
d
e
Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.
Press B or b to select 3D Start Message.
Press C or c to select On or Off.
Setting 3D Lock
When this feature is set to On, you must enter 3D PIN
code for changing display mode.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select 3D Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select 3D Safety Settings
and press OK.
c
d
e
Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select 3D Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select 3D Safety Settings
and press OK.
c
d
e
Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.
f
To cancel the timer, select Off.
Press B or b to select Enable 3D Timer.
Press C or c to select 30, 60, 90, or 120
minutes.
Displaying 3D Important Info
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select 3D Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select 3D Important Info
and press OK.
Press B or b to select 3D Lock.
Switching left and right images
Press C or c to select On.
The left and right eye shutter timing of the glasses can
be swapped. If 3D images look blurred, switch the left
and right sides of the 3D image.
Setting 3D Timer Lock
When the 3D Timer Lock feature is set to On, neither
the PIN input window nor the 3D start message will
be shown while the 3D Enable timer is active, even if a
switch to 3D Mode occurs. This helps to avoid asking
for the 3D Lock PIN and displaying 3D start message
every time when switching to 3D.
NOTE: This feature cannot be selected until the 3D
PIN is set.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select 3D Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select 3D Safety Settings
and press OK.
c
d
e
Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.
a
Press QUICK on the remote to open the
Quick Menu.
b
Press B or b to select 3D Settings and press
OK.
c
Press B or b to select Left and Right
Image.
d
Press C or c to select Swapped.
Press B or b to select 3D Timer Lock.
Press C or c to select On.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Sound controls
Voice Enhancement
Volume controls and sound mute
Volume
Press 2+ or 2– to adjust the volume.
Sound Mute
Voice Enhancement emphasises the frequency
range of the speaker’s voice, making it easier to catch
what they are saying.
a
In the Advanced Sound Settings menu,
press B or b to select Voice Enhancement.
b
Press C or c to select On or Off.
Press
once to turn the sound off and again to
cancel.
Dynamic Bass Boost
Dynamic Bass Boost enhances the depth of the
sound on the TV speakers. The difference will only be
noticeable on sound with strong bass.
Dual
If a programme or film is being broadcast with a
soundtrack in more than one language, the Dual
feature allows selection between them.
a
b
c
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
a
In the Advanced Sound Settings menu,
press B or b to select Dynamic Bass Boost.
b
Press C or c to select the desired bass
expansion level (Low, High or Off).
Press B/C c to highlight Sound icon and
press OK.
Stable Sound®
Press B or b to select Dual and press C or c
to choose between Dual 1 or Dual 2.
Stable Sound reduces the volume level differences
between channels. It automatically remains on the
same volume level when you change channels.
Sound
Dual
Dual 1
0
Balance
Advanced Sound Settings
Stable Sound
Off
Dynamic Range Control
On
Audio Level Offset
TV Speakers
a
In the Sound menu, press B or b to select
Stable Sound.
b
Press C or c to select On or Off.
On
Dynamic Range Control
Headphone Settings
This feature allows control of audio compression for
some digital TV programmes (MPEG-1 and MPEG-2
audio programmes are not supported).
Balance
a
In the Sound menu, press B or b to select
Balance and press C or c to emphasize left
or right speaker balance.
a
In the Sound menu, press B or b to select
Dynamic Range Control.
b
Press C or c to select On or Off.
Bass, Treble
a
In the Sound menu, press B or b to select
Advanced Sound Settings and press OK.
b
c
Press B or b to select Bass or Treble.
Press C or c to change the setting.
Audio Level Offset
Sometimes there can be large changes in volume
when switching from a DTV 5.1ch to a DTV 2ch, an ATV
channel, or an external input. Using the Audio Level
Offset feature reduces these volume differences.
a
Set the volume level usually used when
watching a DTV 5.1ch programme.
b
Tune to a channel which is DTV 2ch, ATV or
an external input.
c
In the Sound menu, press B or b to select
Audio Level Offset and press OK.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
d
Audio Description
Press B or b to select an option, and then
press C or c to adjust the volume level.
Audio Description is an additional narrative sound
track for visually impaired individuals to understand
and enjoy the story line more fully. The letters
AD will be displayed in the channel banner when
programmes contain AD content.
Audio Level Offset
DTV 2ch
-5
ATV
0
External Input
0
NOTE:
• The available item changes depending on the
current input source. For example, while watching
a DTV 2ch programme, only DTV 2ch is available
and the other two items are grayed out in the
menu. This allows you to easily adjust according to
each condition.
• When watching a DTV 5.1ch programme, this
feature is not available.
a
In the Sound menu, press B or b to select
Audio Description and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Audio Description
and press C or c to select On.
Audio Description
Audio Description
Mixing Level
The AD button on the Remote can also
be used to toggle the Audio Description
feature between On and Off.
TV Speakers On/Off
This feature allows you to turn the TV speakers off
when connecting the audio system.
a
In the Sound menu, press B or b to select
TV Speakers.
b
Press C or c to select Off.
c
To turn on the built-in speakers:
Choose On in step 2.
Headphone Settings
This setting is used to set the sound output when
headphones are connected.
Speaker
Headphone
Speakers
Link
On
Sound is output
No sound
(2 ± is available.)
Off
Sound is output
Sound is output
(Headphone level (2 ± is available.)
menu is available.)
a
In the Sound menu, press B or b to select
Headphone Settings and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Speaker Link and
press C or c to select On or Off.
c
If you select Off, then highlight Headphone
Level and use C or c to adjust the
headphone sound.
Headphone Settings
Speaker Link
Headphone Level
On
50
On
50
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To adjust the level of the audio description
sound to the main sound, highlight Mixing
Level and press C or c.
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Widescreen viewing
Depending on the type of broadcast being transmitted, programmes can be viewed in a number
of formats.
WIDE
4:3
Use this setting when watching
a widescreen DVD, widescreen
video tape or a 16:9 broadcast
(when available). Due to the
range of widescreen formats
(16:9, 14:9, 20:9 etc.) black bars
may be visible on the top and
bottom of the screen.
Use this setting to view a true
4:3 broadcast.
SUPER LIVE
This setting will enlarge a
4:3 image to fit the screen
by stretching the image
horizontally and vertically,
holding better proportions at
the centre of the image. Some
distortion may occur
CINEMA
When watching ‘all sides panel
format’ films/video tapes, this
setting will eliminate or reduce
the black bars at all sides of
the screen by zooming in and
selecting the image without
distortion.
SUBTITLE
When subtitles are included on
a letterbox format broadcast,
this setting will raise the picture
to ensure that all the text is
displayed.
SUBTITLE
14:9
Use this setting when watching
a 14:9 broadcast.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
NATIVE
PC NORMAL
PC WIDE
Dot by Dot
This setting will show the
picture without overscan, i.e.
WYSIWYG.
This setting will show the
picture without overscan, i.e.
WYSIWYG.This option is only
available when watching a PC
signal source via HDMI or PC
terminal.
This setting will show the
picture without overscan or
side panels.This option is only
available when watching a PC
signal source via HDMI or PC
terminal.
“Dot by Dot” is a nonscaling display. Depending on
the input signal format, the
picture is displayed with side
panels and/or bars at the top
and bottom (e.g. VGA input
source).
Press the
button on the Remote to display the list of available widescreen formats.
Press the button repeatedly to highlight the required format.
The Quick Menu feature can also be used to select Picture Size.
AV format
Picture Size
Wide
PC format
Picture Size
PC Normal
4:3
PC Wide
Super Live
Dot by Dot
Cinema
Subtitle
14:9
Native
Using the special functions to change the size of the displayed image (i.e. changing the height/width ratio) for the
purposes of public display or commercial gain may infringe on copyright laws.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Picture controls
Picture preferences
You can customize current picture mode settings as
desired. For example, while selecting “Dynamic”, if
you change the following items, such as Backlight,
Contrast, Brightness, Colour, Tint, Sharpness
and the Advanced Picture Settings items, your
new settings are saved for “Dynamic” picture mode.
Most of the picture controls and functions are
available in both digital and analogue modes.
PLEASE NOTE: Features not available will be
grayed out.
Picture Mode
a
This television offers the choice of personalising the
picture style.
AutoView, Dynamic, Standard, Movie 1, Movie
2, Store, Game and PC are preset options and affect
many features/settings within the television.
In the Picture menu, press B or b to select
either Backlight, Contrast, Brightness,
Colour, Tint or Sharpness and press OK.
b
Press C or c to adjust the settings.
NOTE:
• Because the AutoView mode automatically
adjusts picture settings based on ambient light
conditions and input signal content, the Auto
Brightness Sensor menu is grayed out when it is
selected.
• Store mode is only available when Location is set
to Store.
• Game mode is available in external input mode
(other than aerial input). When you select Game
mode, suitable widescreen formats will be
selected.
• PC mode is available in RGB/PC input mode or
HDMI input mode.
a
b
c
Reset
This feature resets all picture settings to the factory
settings except Picture Mode.
a
In the Picture menu, press B or b to select
Reset and press OK.
b
A confirmation message will appear. Press C
or c to select Yes and press OK.
ColourMaster
When ColourMaster is set to On, it allows the ‘Base
Colour Adjustment’ feature to become available.
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
a
In the Picture menu, press B or b to select
Advanced Picture Settings and press OK.
Press B /C c to highlight Picture icon and
press OK.
b
Press b to select ColourMaster.
Advanced Picture Settings
Press B or b to select Picture Mode.
ColourMaster
Picture Mode
Colour Temperature
Standard
Reset
d
Off
Base Colour Adjustment
Picture
Backlight
100
Contrast
100
Auto Brightness Sensor
Off
Active Backlight Control
Low
Black/White Level
Brightness
0
Noise Reduction
Colour
0
Active Vision
Tint
0
Sharpness
0
c
Press C or c to select the picture mode you
prefer and press OK.
NOTE: The picture mode you select affects the
current input only. You can select a different picture
mode for each input.
Middle
High
Press C or c to select On or Off and press
OK.
Base Colour Adjustment
The Base Colour Adjustment feature allows the
adjustment of individual colours to suit personal
preference. This can be useful when using an external
source.
a
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In the Advanced Picture Settings menu,
press B or b to select Base Colour
Adjustment and press OK.
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
b
Active Backlight Control
Press B or b to select an option and press c
to move to the adjustment window.
When the Active Backlight Control feature is
activated, it will control the backlighting levels
depending on various scenes such as picture motion,
bright scene or dark scene.
Base Colour Adjustment
Hue
Saturation
Red
0
0
0
Green
0
0
0
Blue
0
0
0
Yellow
0
0
0
Magenta
0
0
0
Cyan
0
0
0
Brightness
Reset
c
a
In the Advanced Picture Settings menu,
press B or b to select Active Backlight
Control.
b
Press C or c to select High, Low or Off.
High:
Press C or c to select Hue, Saturation or
Brightness and press B or b to adjust the
settings as required.
Red
Hue
Saturation
Brightness
0
0
-1
To control the backlighting levels
depending on various scenes
such as picture motion, bright
scene or dark scene
To control the backlighting levels
for dark scene
Low:
Black/White Level
d
Press BACK to return to the previous menu.
Black/White Level increases the strength of dark
areas of the picture to improve the definition.
To return to the factory settings, select
Reset and press OK.
Colour Temperature
Colour Temperature increases the ‘warmth’ or
‘coolness’ of the picture by increasing the red or blue
tint.
a
In the Advanced Picture Settings menu,
press B or b to select Colour Temperature
and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Colour Temperature
and press C or c to select Cool, Natural or
Warm to suit your preference.
a
In the Advanced Picture Settings menu,
press B or b to select Black/White Level.
b
Press C or c to select High, Middle, Low or
Off.
MPEG NR – Noise Reduction
When watching a DVD, the compression may cause
some words or picture elements to become distorted
or pixelated. Using the MPEG NR feature reduces this
effect by smoothing out the edges.
a
In the Advanced Picture Settings menu,
press B or b to select Noise Reduction and
press OK.
b
Press b to select MPEG NR.
c
Press B or b to select Red Level, Green
Level or Blue Level and press C or c to
adjust the level.
NOTE: To return the adjustments to the factory
defaults, select Reset and press OK.
Noise Reduction
c
Auto Brightness Sensor
When the Auto Brightness Sensor is activated, it will
automatically optimise the backlighting levels to suit
ambient light conditions.
a
In the Advanced Picture Settings menu,
press B or b to select Auto Brightness
Sensor.
b
Press C or c to select On or Off.
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MPEG NR
Low
DNR
Auto
Press C or c to select Low, Middle, High or
Off to suit your preference.
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
d
DNR – Digital Noise Reduction
DNR allows you to ‘soften’ the screen representation
of a weak signal to reduce the noise effect.
a
Select DNR from the Noise Reduction
menu.
b
Press C or c to select Low, Middle, High,
Auto or Off. The differences may not always
be noticeable (for the best result use lower
settings as picture quality can be lost if the
setting is too high).
Press B or b to select Auto Format and
press C or c to select On or Off.
Display Settings
Auto Format
On
4:3 Stretch
Off
Picture Position
PC Settings
4:3 Stretch
When 4:3 Stretch is activated, the size switching
system changes 4:3 programmes into full screen
picture.
Active Vision
This feature will reduce picture blur without
decreasing image brightness or adding flicker.
a
In the Advanced Picture Settings menu,
press B or b to select Active Vision.
b
Press C or c to select High, Middle,
Standard or Off.
Press OK.
c
Press B/C c to highlight Preferences icon
and press OK.
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Blue Screen.
b
Press C or c to select On or Off.
The picture position may be adjusted to suit personal
preference and can be particularly useful for external
inputs.
When this television receives a true Widescreen picture
and Auto format is On, it will automatically be
displayed in Widescreen format irrespective of the
television’s previous setting.
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
a
Picture Position
Automatic Format (Widescreen)
a
b
Press B or b to select 4:3 Stretch and press
C or c to select On or Off.
NOTE: Some external input sounds may not be
muted.
This feature allows you to reset the current Advanced
Picture Settings to the default values.
b
b
Blue Screen
Resetting the advanced picture settings
In the Advanced Picture Settings menu,
press B or b to select Reset.
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Display Settings and press OK.
When Blue Screen is selected, the screen will turn
blue and the sound will be muted on analogue
channels and external input modes when no signal is
received.
NOTE: When Picture Mode is set to Game, this
feature will be grayed out and automatically set to
Off.
a
a
NOTE: The Picture Position feature cannot be
selected in the DTV mode.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Display Settings and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Picture Position.
Display Settings
Press B or b to select Display Settings and
press OK.
Auto Format
On
4:3 Stretch
Off
Picture Position
PC Settings
c
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Press OK to view the options available for
the picture format that has been selected.
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
d
Using your home network
Press B or b to select an option and press C
or c to adjust the settings.
The options differ depending on the
currently selected widescreen format and
the input signal.
This TV is a DLNA CERTIFIED™ Player. This TV
can play digital content stored on a DLNA
CERTIFIED™ product with server function.
Picture Position
Horizontal Position
0
Vertical Position
0
If you want to use this TV as a DLNA
CERTIFIED™ Player, you will have to configure
the network on your TV (see page 14).
If you want to use your home network, you
will have to configure the network on your TV
(see page 14).
Change the network settings if necessary (see
“Setting up the Network” on page 38).
Reset
To return to the original factory settings,
select Reset in the Picture Position menu
and press OK.
Picture still
This feature is used to hold a still image on the screen.
When using a wireless home network:
a
Wireless Interoperability
The TOSHIBA Dual Band WLAN Adaptor is designed
to be interoperable with any wireless LAN product
that is based on Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
(DSSS)/Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
(OFDM) radio technology, and is compliant to:
• The IEEE 802.11 Standard on Wireless LANs
(Revision a/b/g/n), as defined and approved by the
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
• The TOSHIBA Dual Band WLAN Adaptor is
intended for use with the TL900A series LCD TV’s
and should not be used with any other devices.
Use of the WLAN Adaptor in other USB products
may result in damage to the WLAN Adaptor and
or the equipment. Such use will void any warranty
that may otherwise apply, and TOSHIBA will have
no liability for any damage that may result from
such use.
Press r to hold an image on the screen,
and press r again to cancel.
CAUTION
Bluetooth™ and Wireless LAN devices operate
within the same radio frequency range
and may interfere with one another. If you
use Bluetooth™ and Wireless LAN devices
simultaneously, you may occasionally
experience a less than optimal network
performance or even lose your network
connection.
If you should experience any such problem,
immediately turn off either your Bluetooth™ or
Wireless LAN device.
Actual performance can vary, including lower
wireless network capacity, data throughput
rate, range and coverage.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Performance depends on many factors,
conditions and variables, including distance
from the access point, volume of network
traffic, building materials and construction,
operating system used, mix of wireless
products used, interference and other adverse
conditions.
Setting up the Network
Wireless LAN and your Health
c
Wireless LAN products, like other radio devices,
emit radio frequency electromagnetic energy. The
level of energy emitted by Wireless LAN devices,
however, is far less than the electromagnetic energy
emitted by wireless devices such as mobile phones.
Because Wireless LAN products operate within
the guidelines found in radio frequency safety
standards and recommendations, TOSHIBA believes
Wireless LAN is safe for use by consumers. These
standards and recommendations reflect the
consensus of the scientific community and result
from deliberations of panels and committees of
scientists who continually review and interpret the
extensive research literature.
In some situations or environments, the use of
Wireless LAN may be restricted by the proprietor
of the building or responsible representatives of
the organization. Such restrictions may apply in
environments where the risk of interference to
other devices or services is perceived or identified
as harmful.
If you are uncertain of the policy that applies to the
use of wireless devices in a specific organization
or environment, you are encouraged to ask for
authorization to use the Wireless LAN device prior
to turning on the equipment.
How to use this Dual Band Wireless LAN
Adaptor
• If this device is going to be operated in the
frequency range of 5.15GHz to 5.35GHz, it is
restricted to indoor use.
You can select the Network Type.
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
Press B/C c to highlight Preferences icon
and press OK.
Press B or b to select Network Setup and
press OK.
Preferences
3D Setup
REGZA-LINK Setup
Network Setup
Network Device Setup
Auto
Teletext
Network Lock
Off
Panel Lock
Off
Display Settings
d
Press B or b to select Network Type and
press C or c to select Wired or Wireless.
Network Setup
Network Type
Wired
Wireless Setup
Advanced Network Setup
Network Connection Test
NOTE: If the Dual Band WLAN Adaptor is not
connected, Wireless cannot be selected.
e
If you selected Wired, see “Advanced
Network Setup” on page 40.
Wireless Setup
NOTE:
• This feature is grayed out when the Dual Band
WLAN Adaptor is not connected or Network Type
is set to Wired.
• When you insert or remove the wireless LAN
adaptor, you must turn off your TV and unplug the
power cord, and then plug and turn on again.
• Continued connection of AP (Access Point) is not
guaranteed. The connection may be disconnected
while watching TV.
• Do not remove the Dual Band WLAN Adaptor
when Network Type is set to Wireless or wireless
communication is active.
There are 2 methods for Wireless Setup:
Assisted setup by using the Wi-Fi Routers
notification information.
Network name, Authentication and Encryption are
decided based on information sent from the Wi-Fi
router. Security key to be set manually.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Manual setup
Network name, Authentication, Encryption and
Security Key all to be inputted manually.
Assisted Setup
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Network Type and
press C or c to select Wireless.
c
Press B or b to select Wireless Setup and
press OK.
d
Press B or b to select Assisted Setup and
press OK.
Wireless Setup
Assisted Setup
c
Press B or b to select Wireless Setup and
press OK.
d
Press B or b to select Manual Setup and
press OK.
e
Press B or b to select Network Name and
press OK. The Software Keyboard window
will appear.
f
Input the Network Name by using the
Software Keyboard (see page 42). To save
your setting, press the BLUE button.
g
Press B or b to select Authentication and
press C or c to select Open System, Shared
Key, WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK.
h
Press B or b to select Encryption and press
C or c to select None, WEP, TKIP or AES.
Manual Setup
e
NOTE:
• Certain encryption types are only compatible
with specific authentication types.
- When Authentication is Open System,
only WEP or None is compatible.
- When Authentication is Shared Key, only
WEP is compatible.
- When Authentication is WPA-PSK or
WPA2-PSK, only TKIP or AES is compatible.
• When incompatible Authentication/
Encryption pairings are detected, a
warning message will be displayed, and
no connection attempt will be made until
the incompatibility is resolved.
• There is only one key ID to set for WEP
encryption.
Press B or b to select the desired AP and
press OK.
NOTE: Check the MAC address on the label
of the AP or in the manual, and select your
AP.
f
Highlight Security Key and press OK. The
Software Keyboard window will appear.
g
Input the Security Key by using the Software
Keyboard (see page 42). To save your setting,
press the BLUE button.
NOTE:
• The Security Key must adhere to these
conditions:
- TKIP/AES: 8-63 ASCII or 64 Hex characters
- WEP: 5 or 13 ASCII or 10 or 26 Hex
characters
• There is only one key ID to set for WEP
encryption.
h
i
Press B or b to select Security Key and
press OK.
j
Input the Security Key by using the Software
Keyboard (see page 42). To save your setting,
press the BLUE button.
NOTE: This item is grayed out when
Encryption is None.
Highlight Done and press OK.
NOTE: If Network Name is not displayed,
see step 4 and 5 in Manual Setup below to
set Network Name before pressing Done.
k
NOTE: Settings are not saved if BACK is pressed
before Done is selected.
Manual Setup
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Network Type and
press C or c to select Wireless.
Highlight Done and press OK.
NOTE: When Encryption is None, a
message will appear. Press C or c to select
Yes and press OK.
NOTE: Settings are not saved if BACK is pressed
before Done is selected.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Wireless Information
The settings configured in Wireless Setup can be
confirmed.
a
b
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu.
Press B or b to select Wireless Information
and press OK.
Quick Menu
Picture Size
Super Live
3D Settings
More Information
Channel Options
00:00
Sleep Timer
TV Speakers
Speakers
Headphone Level
50
Wireless Information
c
When the Network Type is Wireless, a
Wireless Information window will appear.
NOTE: Even if an AP for IEEE 802.11n is used when
Encryption is set to WEP or TKIP, the Speed value
might be low. It is recommended that Encryption
be changed to AES (see “Manual Setup” on page
39).
Notes on wireless LAN environment:
• The function of all IEEE802.11 is not supported.
• The ad-hoc mode is not supported.
• It is recommended to use IEEE 802.11a or
IEEE 802.11n on 5GHz for audio and SD video
streaming.
• It is recommended to use IEEE 802.11n on 5GHz
for HD video streaming.
• It is recommended that the encoding rate for
streaming video content is 20Mbps or less.
• It is not recommended to use 2.4GHz for audio
and video streaming.
• Content playback may be interrupted by various
surrounding interference.
NOTE: Press the RED button to scan for all
APs.
Item
Description
Status
Connected is displayed when the
TV is connected with the AP.
Disconnected is displayed when
the TV is not connected with the AP.
Signal
Connection signal strength with
AP (STRONG/MEDIUM/WEAK)
Speed
Link with AP
Mode
Working mode (11a, 11b, 11g, 11n)
Network Name SSID set
Authentication Authentication set
Encryption
Encryption set
Security Key
Security Key set
AP MAC
Address
The AP’s MAC address is displayed
when the TV is connected with the AP.
TV MAC
Address
The MAC address of the USB (Dual
Band WLAN Adaptor) is displayed.
DHCP
Enabled is displayed when using
DHCP.
Disabled is displayed when not
using DHCP.
IP Address
The TV’s IP address
Subnet Mask
Value of the Subnet Mask
Default
Gateway
Address of the Default GATEWAY
DNS
Address of the DNS
Advanced Network Setup
NOTE:
• When the DHCP function of the router connected
with this TV is On, you can set Auto Setup to On
or Off. (This should usually be set to On.)
• When the DHCP function of the router is Off,
set Auto Setup to Off, and set the IP Address
manually.
IP Address Setup
Auto Setup:
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Advanced Network
Setup and press OK.
Network Setup
Network Type
Wired
Wireless Setup
Advanced Network Setup
c
Press B or b to select IP Address Setup and
press OK.
Advanced Network Setup
IP Address Setup
DNS Setup
MAC Address
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
d
DNS Setup
Highlight Auto Setup and press C or c to
select On.
NOTE: When the DHCP function of the router
connected to this TV is Off, set Auto Setup to Off,
and manually set the DNS address(es). Your internet
service provider should have provided these to you.
IP Address Setup
Auto Setup
On
IP Address
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Subnet Mask
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Default Gateway
.
.
.
Auto setup:
NOTE: Other items will be grayed out when Auto
Setup is set to On.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Setup and press OK.
Manual Setup:
b
Press B or b to select Advanced Network
Setup and press OK.
c
Press B or b to select DNS Setup and press
OK.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Advanced Network
Setup and press OK.
c
Press B or b to select IP Address Setup and
press OK.
d
Highlight Auto Setup and press C or c to
select Off.
IP Address Setup
Auto Setup
e
f
Off
IP Address
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Subnet Mask
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Default Gateway
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Press B or b to select IP Address.
Press C or c to highlight the field you
want to change, and then use the number
buttons to input the IP address. To save the
setting, press OK.
NOTE: IP address field numbers must be
between 0 and 255. After each field number
has been set, press OK to store the entire
address. If the entire IP Address is invalid,
a warning message will appear after OK is
pressed.
g
Press B or b to select Subnet Mask, and
edit in the same way as IP Address.
d
Press B or b to highlight Auto Setup and
press C or c to select On.
NOTE: Other items will be grayed out when Auto
Setup is set to On.
Manual setup:
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Advanced Network
Setup and press OK.
c
Press B or b to select DNS Setup and press
OK.
d
Press B or b to select Auto Setup and press
C or c to select Off.
DNS Setup
Auto Setup
h
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Subnet Mask
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Default Gateway
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Press B or b to select Default Gateway,
and edit in the same way as IP Address.
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Secondary DNS Address
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
.
xxx
Press B or b to select Primary DNS
Address.
f
Press C or c to highlight the field you
want to change, and then use the number
buttons to input the Primary DNS Address.
To save the setting, press OK.
Off
IP Address
xxx
e
IP Address Setup
Auto Setup
Off
Primary DNS Address
NOTE: DNS address field numbers must
be between 0 and 255. If you input an
incompatible number and press OK, the
field number will reset to the previous value.
g
NOTE: If you manually set the IP address, you must
not use the same IP address for any other device.
The IP address you use should be a private address.
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Press B or b to select Secondary DNS
Address, and edit in the same way as
Primary DNS Address.
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
MAC Address
d
Press the BLUE button to close the software
keyboard and return to the previous screen.
You can view the fixed MAC address for the TV and
for the Dual Band WLAN Adaptor, if one is installed.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Advanced Network
Setup and press OK.
c
NOTE: If BACK is pressed, changes are not
saved and the software keyboard window is
closed. The text will remain as it was before
starting the keyboard.
A
Press B or b to select MAC Address and
press OK.
Network Connection Test
This function checks the Internet connectivity.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Network Connection
Test and press OK.
a
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W X
Y
Z
Input operation on the remote control:
Button
Description
OK
Inputs the selected character.
0-9
Inputs the number directly.
BbCc
Moves the character highlight.
CC cc
Moves the cursor.
Z
Moves the cursor to the head
of a character string.
To cancel the Network Connection Test:
z
Moves the cursor to the end
of a character string.
a
RED
Deletes 1 character to the left
of the cursor.
GREEN
Cycles through upper case,
lower case, numbers, and
symbols, if available.
BLUE
Saves changes and closes the
Software Keyboard window.
BACK
Closes the Software Keyboard
window without saving
changes.
A message will appear to indicate if the
connection was successful or if it could not
be completed.
NOTE: The result of Network Connection
Test does not always guarantee the
connection.
Press BACK while searching for the Internet
connection.
Using the software keyboard
You can enter text by using the Software Keyboard.
The Software Keyboard window will appear when you
press OK on a field that accepts character input.
To enter text using the software keyboard:
a
Highlight the desired character on the onscreen software keyboard.
b
c
Press OK.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 until you have entered
all desired text.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Network Device Setup
Using Toshiba Places
A new cloud based service, where content
(movies, photos, etc.) can be viewed and
shared across the web through a simple user
interface called “Toshiba Places”.
External Control Setup
This setup allows you to operate a home networkconnected your TV from an external device.
Media Controller Setup
NOTE: You need to configure a home network
before using this feature (see page 14).
a
a
Press
on the remote control, or press
MENU / C c to highlight Connected TV
icon and press B / C c to highlight Toshiba
Places icon and press OK.
b
Press BbC c to select the desired place
and press OK.
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Device Setup and press OK.
Preferences
3D Setup
REGZA-LINK Setup
Network Setup
Network Device Setup
Teletext
NOTE:
• Some features require an always-on broadband
internet connection, firmware update and/or
additional bandwidth dedicated to this product.
Third party internet services may change or
be discontinued or restricted at any time.
Toshiba makes no warranties, representations,
or assurances about the content, availability or
functionality of third-party content or services.
Use of third party internet services may require
registration by a computer and/or payment of
charges and membership. Not all services or
content may be available on this product, in
your country or with your language. In order to
experience the full capabilities of this product,
fully compatible devices may be required. For
more information, visit
http://www.toshibaplaces.com/about.
Auto
Network Lock
Off
Panel Lock
Off
Display Settings
b
Press B or b to select External Control
Setup and press OK.
c
Press B or b to select an option and press OK.
The Software Keyboard window will appear.
User Name — Input the User Name (to
control the TV from the iPhone etc.) by using
the on-screen software keyboard (see page
42). The maximum number of characters is 16.
Password — Input the Password (to control
the TV from the iPhone etc.) by using the
on-screen software keyboard (see page 42).
The maximum number of characters is 16.
• This service may be forcibly blocked according to
the situation of CSP service.
NOTE: Toshiba does not guarantee normal
operation with all connected devices.
Device Name Setup
The TV’s device name can be changed.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Network Device Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to highlight Device Name
Setup and press OK.
c
Highlight the Device Name field and press OK.
The Software Keyboard window will appear.
d
Input the Device Name by using the software
keyboard (see page 42). Press the BLUE button.
NOTE: The Device Name can be up to 15
characters long.
e
Highlight Done and press OK to save your
setting.
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To exit Intel® Wireless Display
Using Intel® Wireless Display
Exit Intel® Wireless Display by pushing the
disconnect button on Intel® WiDi software or by
pressing EXIT on the TV remote control.
Intel® Wireless Display (Intel® WiDi) is
supported on this TV. You can use your TV
as second display for PC with Intel® Wireless
Display.
NOTE: In order to use this feature, the TOSHIBA Dual
Band WLAN Adaptor WLM-20U2 (not supplied) is
required (see page 14).
a
Press MENU / C c to highlight Function
icon.
b
Press B / C c to highlight Intel® Wireless
Display icon and press OK.
A prompt will appear on the screen. Select
Yes.
c
d
Intel® Wireless Display Device Name
The TV's Intel® Wireless Display device name can be
changed.
Launch the Intel® WiDi software on your PC
and select “scan for available adapters”.
Intel® WiDi device name and ID list will then
be displayed on the PC screen.
Select the TV which you wish to connect to.
“Connecting” will be shown on the TV.
Connecting your PC to your TV the first
time:
When selecting the Toshiba TV for the
first time, a 4-digit code will appear
on your TV screen. This code needs
to be inputted into your computer to
authenticate the connection.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select Setup and press OK.
b
Press B or b to highlight Intel® Wireless
Display Setup and press OK.
c
Highlight the Intel® Wireless Display Name
and press OK.
The Software Keyboard window will appear.
d
Input the Intel® Wireless Display device
name by using the software keyboard (see
page 42). Press the BLUE button.
e
Highlight Done and press OK to save your
setting.
PC List
PC List displays a list of MAC addresses for previously
connected PC that have been connected before. The
maximum number that can be stored is 20.
If authentication has already taken place:
”Connected to Intel® Wireless Display.
Please Wait” will appear on screen.
e
NOTE: If the PC has been inactive for some time,
the Intel® WiDi connection will be disconnected
automatically.
After the Intel® WiDi connection is complete,
the TV screen will mirror the content shown
on the PC screen.
NOTE:
• When connecting Intel® WiDi, PC must have power
turned on.
• When the Intel® WiDi software is active, other TV
network connections are not available.
• When the Intel® WiDi software is active, other
applications may not be usable.
• Intel® WiDi device name of the TV can be changed
from the Intel® WiDi software.
If the list run out of space, the least-recently-used
MAC address will be deleted and the new MAC
address added automatically.
a
In the Intel® Wireless Display Setup screen,
highlight the PC List and press OK.
PC List will appear.
The registered PC can be deleted one by one by
pressing RED key in the List.
When doing so the following text can be seen “Do
you want to unregister this PC? Yes/No” (default
cursor is “No”).
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
To change the Auto Start setting:
Using the Media Player
This TV allows you to enjoy movie, music and
photo files stored on a USB device connected
to the USB port.
Moreover, you can also play photos, movies or
music files from your PC by connecting the TV
to your home network.
Terminology:
DMP: DLNA CERTIFIED™ Player
DMS: DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server
a
Press MENU / C c to highlight Media
Player icon.
b
Press B / C c to highlight USB Media
Player and press OK.
c
Press B or b to select Media Player setup
and press OK.
d
Press B or b to select USB Auto Start and
press C or c to select On or Off.
Auto Start:
• DMP: The TV can control and play content from a
DMS.
- A DMS is a device that can function as a server
for DMP.
NOTE:
• Do not insert/remove USB device while in use.
• MENU is not available during playback.
a
Insert USB device into the USB socket on the
left side of the TV. A prompt will appear.
b
c
Press C or c to select Yes and press OK.
d
Media Player Specifications
Device
USB device
Interface version: USB2.0 HS
USB Mass Storage Class devices (MSC)
Press B or b to select Photo, Movie, or
Music and press OK.
Select the connected USB device and press
OK.
Multi View will appear.
NOTE: If Auto Start is set to Off, you can start the
Media Player manually.
NOTE:
• Connectivity is not guaranteed for all devices.
• Incorrect behaviour may occur with a USB hub
connection.
Manual Start:
a
File system: FAT16 and FAT32
Maximum memory size: Unlimited
DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server: Your PC (for example)
Insert USB device into the USB socket on the
left side of the TV.
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Media
Player icon.
c
Press B / C c to highlight USB Media
Player and press OK.
d
Press B or b to select Photo, Movie or
Music and press OK.
e
Select the connected USB device and press
OK.
You must obtain any required permission
from copyright owners to download or use
copyrighted content. TOSHIBA cannot and
does not grant such permission.
Basic operation
Multi View will appear.
Using Media Player with USB
When Auto Start is enabled, you will be asked
if you want to start the Media Player whenever
a USB device is inserted. If Auto Start is
disabled (or if you want to connect to a DMS
on the network), you must manually start the
Media Player from the menu.
To select a file in the Multi View:
a
b
Press Bb C c to select a file or folder.
Press OK to move to the next layer, or press
BACK to return to the previous layer.
NOTE: You can also return to the previous layer by
selecting the icon at the top left of the Multi View
screen and pressing OK.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
To close the Media Player:
a
Viewing photo files (on a DLNA
CERTIFIED™ Server or USB device)
Press EXIT.
There are three types of viewing modes.
Using the Media Player with a DLNA
CERTIFIED™ Server
You need to configure a home network before
using this feature (see page 14).
a
Press MENU / C c to highlight Media
Player icon.
b
Press B / C c to highlight Network Media
Player and press OK.
c
Multi View (USB Photo)
This view allows you to search for photos in a grid
format.
The pictures are displayed using thumbnail data in
each image file.
Broken photo contents
5/9999
/Folder/select Folder or File
Select the server you want to use and press
OK.
Return
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
Multi View will appear.
Multi View (DMS)
Network Media Player
5/9999
///Folder name
The initial highlighted position will be on the top
left thumbnail in the Multi View.
a
Return
xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
xxxxxxxxx.jpg
PU / Pu buttons can be used to page up/
down the Multi View when there are
more photos than will fit onto one screen.
When the PU / Pu buttons are pressed, the
highlight shall be on the photo at the top
left of Previous/Next Multi View.
NOTE: The page down function on the last
page and page up function on the first page
are not available.
Photo, Movie and Music files and folders are
displayed in the Multi View (DMS).
Files are displayed according to the type first
selected (Photo, Movie or Music).
e.g. If you first selected a Photo file, only Photo files
will be displayed.
To select a file in the Multi View:
a
b
Press Bb C c to select a file or folder.
Press OK to move to the next layer, or press
BACK to return to the previous layer.
NOTE: You can also return to the previous layer by
selecting the icon at the top left of the Multi View
screen and pressing OK.
To close the Media Player:
a
Press EXIT.
Press B b C c to move the highlight in
one window. If all of the photos will not fit
in one screen, when pressing C at the top
left thumbnail, the screen will move to the
previous page. Conversely, when pressing
c at the bottom right thumbnail, the screen
will move to the next page.
b
When you select a folder, press OK to move
to the next layer. Press BACK to move back
to the previous layer.
c
Press OK to view the selected photo in
Single View mode.
Single View
In this mode, only files located in the selected
directory will be displayed. This view allows you to
change the photo content manually. When moving
from Multi View to Single View, the currently
selected photo will be displayed.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
a
Press c to view the next photo.
Press C to view the previous photo.
b
Press B to rotate the image 90° clockwise.
Press b to rotate the image 90°
counterclockwise.
c
Press
to display file status information
(file number, photo title, resolution etc.).
NOTE:
• The information may not be correctly displayed
depending on the contents or DMS.
• You can not rotate in 3D (2D to 3D) mode.
Slide Show
This view allows you to watch a slide show of
your photos. In this mode, only files located in the
selected directory will be played.
a
To start slide show, press OK in the Single
View mode.
b
Press C or c to view the previous/next
photo.
c
Press
to display file status information.
NOTE: Pressing B or b while in the Slide Show
mode will stop the slideshow and rotate the photo.
To set Interval Time and Repeat settings:
a
b
To zoom in/out photos
During the Single View mode or Slide Show mode,
the zoom function can be used.
RED button (Zoom in)
USB: x1 S x2 S x4 S x8 zoom
DMP: x1/8 S x1/4 S x1/2 S x1 S x2 S x4 S x8 zoom
GREEN button (Zoom out)
USB: x8 S x4 S x2 S x1 zoom
DMP: x8 S x4 S x2 S x1 S x1/2 S x1/4 S x1/8 zoom
BACK button: Normal playback
B b C c buttons: Vertical or Horizontal scrolling
NOTE: Using the zoom function while in the Slide
Show mode will stop the slideshow and zoom in/
out the photo.
Selecting the Playback Mode (USB only)
You can view 3D photos in 3D and you can also view
2D photos in 3D.
Select the playback mode from the Quick Menu or
switch playback modes using the 3D button on the
remote control.
The current Playback Mode is displayed at the top
left of the list mode.
To select the playback mode from the Quick
Menu
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu.
a
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu in
Multi View mode.
Press B or b to select either Interval Time
or Repeat.
b
Press B or b to select Playback Mode and
press C or c to select 2D Mode, 3D Mode 1
or 3D Mode 2.
c
Press C or c to adjust the setting and press
OK.
NOTE: When in the DMS and Multi View modes, this
feature cannot be used.
Mode
2D Mode
3D Mode 1 3D photos are displayed in 3D and
2D photos in 2D.
To set Background Music (USB only)
a
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu while
in the Slide Show mode.
b
Press B or b to select Background Music
and press C or c to select On.
The music file in the same folder as the
displayed photo will start playing.
Description
All photos are displayed in 2D.
3D Mode 2 All photos are displayed in 3D.
2D photos are converted and
displayed in 3D, and 3D photos are
displayed in 3D.
NOTE:
• When the music file repeat mode is set to All (see
page 51), all the music files in the same folder as
the photo will be played repeatedly.
• To stop music file playback, select Off in
Background Music.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
To switch playback modes using the remote
control
a
Press 3D while in Single View mode.
The mode switches between 2D Mode, 3D
Mode 1 and 3D Mode 2 each time 3D is
pressed.
b
When you select a folder, press OK to move
to the next layer. Press BACK to move back
to the previous layer.
c
With the desired file selected, press OK or c
(play) to start playback.
NOTE:
• On preview screen, if you highlight the file
without pressing OK, the content is played
on a preview screen. When OK is pressed,
it is played in full screen mode.
• Depending on the file size, it may take
some time to start playback.
d
Press v to stop playback.
To select a photo from Play List
While in the Single View mode or Slide Show
mode, you can select a different photo from the
Play List.
a
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu from
Single View mode or Slide Show mode.
b
Press B or b to select Play List and press
OK.
NOTE:
• If playback finishes before v is pressed, the screen
will return to the Multi View.
• Depending on the file size, it may take some time
for playback to begin.
The Photo List will appear.
c
Press B or b to select a file name.
During playback:
To close the Photo Viewer
a
• Press W/w to pause.
PAUSE may not be available depending on the
contents or DMS.
• To resume normal playback, press c (play).
• To play in fast reverse or fast forward directions,
press CC or cc during playback. Each time you
press the CC or cc, the playback speed will
change.
• To locate a specific file, press Z or z repeatedly.
to display the file status information
• Press
(content number, movie title, progress time etc.).
Press EXIT. The television will return to the
last viewed channel or external input.
File Compatibility
See page 71.
Viewing movie files (on a DLNA
CERTIFIED™ Server or USB device)
You can select movies from a Multi View of available
files.
NOTE:
• The information may not be correctly displayed
depending on the contents or DMS.
• During playback, you can adjust the PICTURE
and SOUND menu functions from the Quick
Menu.
• The playback speed (CC / cc) may not change
depending on the stream.
Multi View (USB Movie)
5/9999
///Folder name
Return
xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
To select subtitle and audio languages (USB
only)
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
a
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
xxxxxxxxx.mpg
Press B b C c to select a file or folder.
PU / Pu buttons can be used to page up/
down the Multi View when there are more
files than will fit onto one screen.
• Press SUBTITLE repeatedly to select your
preferred subtitle language.
• Press s repeatedly to select your preferred
audio language.
NOTE: This feture is not available depending on the
contents.
NOTE: The page down function on the last
page and page up function on the first page
are not available.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
To set the repeat mode
To register your TV to a DivX® account
a
b
This TV allows you to play back files purchased
or rented from DivX® Video-On Demand (VOD)
services. When you purchase or rent DivX® VOD
files on the internet, you will be asked to enter a
registration code.
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu.
Press C or c to select Off, All or 1.
Mode
Description
Off
The file is played back only once.
All
Files in the same folder are repeatedly
played back.
1
The same file is repeatedly played back.
a
In the Media Player Setup menu, press B
or b to display DivX® VOD and press OK.
b
Press B or b to highlight DivX® VOD
Registration and press OK.
DivX® VOD
c
Press BACK.
DivX® VOD Registration
DivX® VOD Deregistration
NOTE: When in the DMS and Multi View modes,
this feature cannot be used.
c
Resume Play (USB only)
You can resume playback from where it was last
stopped.
Press v while playing the movie to memorize the
stopped position.
On the Multi View screen, if you select a movie
whose stopped position has been memorized, the
message “Resume Play?” will appear. Select Yes to
resume playback from the last stopped position.
http://vod.divx.com
d
To select a movie from Play List
a
In step 2 above, highlight DivX® VOD
Deregistration, and then press OK.
b
A confirmation message will appear. Select
Yes and press OK.
c
The DivX® VOD window will appear and
you will see the deregistration code. For
details on registration, please visit the DivX®
website at
While playing a movie, you can select a different
movie from the Play List.
c
Press B or b to select Play List and press OK.
The Movie List will appear.
To close the Movie Viewer
a
http://vod.divx.com
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu.
Press B or b to select a file name.
Press EXIT.
File Compatibility
See page 71.
Copy the activation file to a memory device
and play it on the TV.
To deregistration your device
NOTE: If you play different content or exit Media
Player, the memorized stopped position will be
deleted.
a
b
The DivX® VOD window will appear and you
will see the registration code. For details on
registration, please visit the DivX® website at
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format
created by DivX, LLC, a subsidiary of Rovi Corporation.
This is an official DivX Certified® device that plays
DivX video. Visit divx.com for more information and
software tools to convert your files into DivX videos.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified®
device must be registered in order to play purchased
DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) movies. To obtain your
registration code, locate the DivX VOD section in your
device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com for more
information on how to complete your registration.
DivX Certified® to play DivX® video up to HD 1080p,
including premium content.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
To playback DivX Plus HD content:
• To play in fast reverse or fast forward directions,
press CC or cc during playback. Each time you
press the CC or cc, the playback speed will
change.
• This TV generates original chapter point in 10%
increments for 10 chapters in total, that are
accessible by using the Number buttons on the
remote control.
During playback, press z to skip to the beginning
of the next chapter. When z is pressed twice in
succession, it will repeat two times of above. If z is
pressed at the last chapter, playback will skip to the
beginning of the next content.
Press Z to skip to the beginning of the current
chapter. When Z is pressed twice in succession, it
will skip to the beginning of the previous chapter. If
Z is pressed twice in succession at the first chapter,
stop playing the current content and skip to the
beginning of the previous content.
The Number button is used for direct jump. If the
3 button is pressed, playback will jump to the
beginning of 3rd chapter. Even if the playback
content has authored chapters, the Number button
is used to jump directly to Auto Generated Chapter.
If the content has Authored Chapters, Z / z are
using for Authored Chapters.
NOTE:
• Depending on the content data will not be
operated.
• The playback speed (CC / cc) may not change
depending on the stream.
Using Multi Title and Alternative Timelines
Multi Title
DivX Plus HD files may contain up to 100 titles.
You can change the title (It contains same video file)
by pressing the RED button.
When the RED button is pressed, it will display the
title change window at the bottom on the screen
(same as Subtitle or Audio change window).
The title is changed cyclically each time the RED
button is pressed. Playback will start from start time
of selected title every B or b.
NOTE: Depending on the content data will not be
operated.
Playing music files (on a DLNA
CERTIFIED™ Server or USB device)
You can listen to music from a Multi View of available files.
Multi View (USB Music)
5/9999
/Folder/select Folder or File
a
Return
xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
xxxxxxxxx.mp3
Press B b C c to select a file or folder.
PU / Pu buttons can be used to up/down
the Multi View when there are more files
than will fit onto one screen.
NOTE: The page down function on the last
page and page up function on the first page
are not available.
b
When you select a folder, press OK to move
to the next layer. Press BACK to move back
to the previous layer.
c
With the desired file selected, press OK or
c (play) to start playback.
NOTE: If you highlight the file without
pressing OK, the content is played on a
Multi View. When OK is pressed, it is played
in full screen mode.
d
Press v to stop playback.
NOTE:
• Depending on the file size, it may take some time
for playback to begin.
• During playback, you can adjust the SOUND
menu functions from the Quick Menu.
During playback:
• Press W/w to pause.
• To resume normal playback, press c (play).
PAUSE may not be available depending on the
contents or DMS.
• To play in fast reverse or fast forward directions,
press CC or cc. Each time you press CC or cc,
the playback speed will change.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
To set the repeat mode:
a
b
c
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu.
Press C or c to select Off, All or 1.
Panel Lock disables the buttons on the television. All
buttons on the remote control can still be used.
Description
Files in the same folder are played back
once.
All
Files in the same folder are repeatedly played back.
1
The same file is repeatedly played back.
d
Panel Lock
Press B or b to select Repeat.
Mode
Off
Other features
Press BACK.
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
c
d
Press B or b to select Panel Lock.
Press B/C c to highlight Preferences icon
and press OK.
Press C or c to select On.
Preferences
3D Setup
NOTE: When in the DMS and Multi View modes,
this feature cannot be used.
REGZA-LINK Setup
Network Setup
To select a music file from Play List
Network Device Setup
While playing a music file, you can select a different
music file from the Play List.
Network Lock
Off
Panel Lock
Off
a
b
Auto
Display Settings
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu.
Press B or b to select Play List and press OK.
The Music List will appear.
c
Teletext
Press B or b to select a file name
When Panel Lock is On, a reminder will appear
when the buttons on the television are pressed.
If the standby button is pressed, the television
will switch off and can only be brought out of
standby by using the remote control.
To display the file status information
a
Press
during playback. The information
will be displayed on the bottom of the
screen.
b
Press
again to remove the information.
The timers
NOTE: The information may not be correctly
displayed depending on the contents or DMS.
Programme Timers – digital only
To close the Music Player:
a
This feature will set the television to go to a specific
channel at a certain time. It can be used to view
a particular programme, or by setting the mode
to daily or weekly, can be used to view a series of
programmes.
Press EXIT.
File Compatibility
See page 71.
a
Press MENU / C c to highlight TV
Programmes icon.
b
Press B/C c to highlight Programme
Timers icon and press OK.
c
Press b if necessary to select an open timer
position, then press OK. The Edit Timer
menu will now appear on screen.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
d
10:50 Tue, 26 Apr
Edit Timer
Timer Type
Reminder
Channel
30 CABC Channel
Date
Tue, 26 Apr 2011
Start Time
10:49
Repeat
Once
Set Timer
e
Repeat (only for DTV Clock On mode):
Select the desired On Timer operation (Once,
Every Day, Mon-Fri, Mon-Sat, Sat-Sun).
Input: Select a video input source (ATV, DTV
Ant, EXT 1, EXT 2, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3
or PC).
Channel: Set the channel that will be tuned
when the television turns on.
Press B and b to go through the list adding
the details of the programme by using
the number buttons and C and c to make
selections.
NOTE: When an external input is selected
in the Input field, a channel cannot be
selected.
Delete Timer
Volume: Set the volume that will be applied
when the television turns on.
Time until Power On (only for DTV Clock
Off mode): Set the amount of time from
now until the TV turns on using the number
buttons (maximum of 12 hours).
When all of the details have been entered,
highlight Set Timer and press OK to save
the timer.
The ORANGE programme timer indicator
on the front of the television will be lit (see
page 67 for details).
f
On Timer
The feature allows you to set the television to turn on
automatically to a preset channel at a certain time of
day or after a certain length of time.
a
Press MENU / C c to highlight Function
icon.
b
Press B/C c to highlight On Timer icon and
press OK.
c
Press B or b to select Enable On Timer and
press C or c to select On.
To cancel the On Timer
a
In the On Timer menu, select Enable On
Timer.
b
c
Press C or c to select Off.
The television can be set to turn itself Off after a
certain length of time.
On
Enable DTV Clock
On
Power On Time
00:00
Repeat
Once
Input
DTV
Channel
12 ABC
Volume
20
00:00
Time Until Power On
Done
d
Press b to select Enable DTV Clock, and
then press C or c to select On or Off.
e
Press B or b to go through the list adding
the details of the On Timer by using the
number buttons and C and c to make
selections.
Press C or c to highlight Done and press
OK.
Sleep Timer
On Timer
Enable On Timer
Press B or b to highlight Done and press
OK.
a
Press MENU / C c to highlight Function
icon.
b
Press B/C c to highlight Sleep Timer icon
and press OK.
c
Use the number buttons to set the desired
time. For example, to switch the television
off in one and a half hours enter 01:30, or
press c / C to increase/decrease in steps of
10 minutes. (Maximum time setting is 12
hours)
d
e
Press EXIT to finish.
Power On Time (only for DTV Clock On
mode): Set the time you prefer with the
number buttons.
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To cancel the Sleep Timer, enter all zeros for
the above setting.
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Energy Saving Settings
Digital on-screen information
Automatic Power Down
The TV will automatically turn itself off (standby) after
4 hours, if you do not operate the TV either from the
remote control or the TV control panel.
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
c
Press B or b to select Energy Saving
Settings and press OK.
d
Press B or b to select Automatic Power
Down.
e
Press B/C c to highlight Preference icon
and press OK.
When viewing in digital mode, the on-screen
information and programme guide provide
access to programme details for all available
channels.
Information
a
Press
, the information screen will
appear giving details of the channel and
programme currently being viewed.
Display Example
4
D+
3D
CHANNEL Z
6:00 Thu, 11 Oct
AD English
2D Side by Side
Press C or c to select On or Off.
NOTE:
• This feature is set to On when Location is set to
Home.
• 1 minute before switching to standby, a Warning
message will appear.
• When the following features are set, the feature
that is set for the nearest time will function.
- Automatic Power Down
- Sleep Timer
- Auto shutdown after 1 hour of inactivity (after
power on by On Timer)
- No signal auto power off (after 15 minute of no
signal)
Now
Next
b
The TV will automatically turn itself off after 15
minutes when no signal is detected. You can change
the setting to Off for the following purposes:
• Low signal strength of analog channel (no signal
detection)
• Only Audio L/R is connected to external input to
listen to music through the TV speakers.
In the Energy Saving Settings menu, press
B or b to select No Signal Power Down
and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select the item you want to
change and press C or c to select On or Off.
6:00- 8:00
AD 18
15 min left
World News and Sports
News
8:00- 9:00
Change
No Signal Power Down
a
MLB Young’s two-run triple leads AL over NL
HD 16:9
NOTE:
• Default setting is all On.
• A warning message will appear 1 minute before
turning off.
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Press B or b to select the “Now” or “Next”
information guide.
The selected information content will
appear.
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
To display More Information
a
b
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu.
Using EPG (Electronic
Programme Guide)
Press b to highlight More Information and
press OK.
a
Select the on-screen Guide by pressing
GUIDE, and the Guide screen will appear
highlighting details of the channel and
programme currently being viewed. This
may take a few moments to appear.
On-screen Information icons
Icon
Service info
Audio info
D
D+
AD
Audio/
Subtitle info
3D info
Event info
3D
3D S 2D
HD, SD
16:9, 4:3
0, 4 – 18
Timer info
Description
Service type
(TV, Radio, Text)
Skip
Mono
Stereo
Dual mono
Multichannel
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital+
When HE-AAC is
decoded
Audio Description
For Hard of Hearing
Video format
(HD, SD)
Video Aspect
Teletext
Subtitle
(Single, Multi)
Audio track
(Mono, Multi)
Parental rating
Encrypted
Reminder
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TV
11:52 Tue, 26 Apr
Thu
11:30
12:00
12:30
13:00
13:30
Houses Behaving Ba... 45 Mind You... 15 Bargain Hunt
1 AAA ONE
City Hospital
2 AAA TWO
School... 50 La... 10 Schoo... The Daily Politics
3 AAA THREE
This is AAA THREE
14:00
AAA News
Working lun... Scho... 15 S...
This is AAA THREE
4 AAA NEWS 24
AAA News
5 AAAi
AAAi
6 CAAA Channel
Cl... 40 Cl... 55 Class... 20 Cla... 40 Class... Class... 20 Cla... 40 Class... Xchange
AAA News
AAA News
AAA News
AAAi
7 BBB HD
8 CCC HD
9 DDD HD
You can switch the time scale to 1.5 or 3
hours by pressing the GREEN button.
b
Press C or c for information on other
programmes scheduled for the channel
selected. To highlight the first programme in
the genre grid, press the RED button.
c
For details of other programmes currently
available, press B and b to scroll up and
down the channel list. As channels are
selected, details of the programme currently
being broadcast will appear. Press C or c to
view information for future programmes.
d
For information on a highlighted
programme, press
.
e
To set the timer for that programme,
press the BLUE button to bring up the
Programme Timers menu.
f
Press Pu to advance to the next page, or
press PU to go back to the previous page.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
a
b
c
Genre selection/searching
Digital settings – parental control
From the Guide screen, you can use the genre
selection and search features.
In order to prevent viewing of unsuitable films
and programmes, channels and menus can be
locked in digital mode. These can then only be
accessed with a security code PIN.
In the Guide screen, press QUICK.
Press B or b to highlight Genre Colour in
the Quick Menu and press OK.
With the focus on a particular genre, press
the desired coloured button to assign. Four
colours will be available to set. Press BACK
to go back to the Guide screen.
d
Press the YELLOW button to access the
Genre Search screen.
e
Press C or c to select the genre.
Programmes listed will change for the new
genre. Press B or b to highlight a particular
programme.
f
g
Parental PIN Setup
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
c
Press B or b to select DTV Settings and
press OK.
Press B/C c to highlight System Setup
icon and press OK.
System Setup
Menu Language
English
Auto Tuning
ATV Manual Tuning
When a current programme is selected,
pressing OK will tune to that programme.
When a future programme is selected,
pressing OK will open the Edit Timer menu.
DTV Manual Tuning
DTV Settings
Colour System
Quick Setup
Location
For information on a highlighted
programme, press
. To exit the Genre
Search and go back to the Guide screen,
press the YELLOW button.
d
Press B or b to highlight Parental PIN
Setup and press OK.
DTV Settings
Channels
Subtitle and Audio
Parental PIN Setup
Parental Control
Local Time Setting
Standby Channel Update
e
Off
Using the number buttons enter a four digit
number. Once entered you will be prompted
to confirm by entering again.
PIN Setting
New PIN:
* * * *
Confirm PIN:
The PIN number is now set.
If the PIN code has been set, when Auto
Tuning and Reset TV are executed, entering
the PIN will be necessary. “0000” is not
acceptable.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Parental Setup
Digital settings – Channel Options
The Parental Control feature allows you to block
programmes according to their rating levels. If a PIN
has been set, you will need to enter it before adjusting
the level.
Selecting favourite channels
a
In the DTV Settings menu, press B or b to
select Parental Control and press OK.
b
From the Quick Menu / Channel Options menu,
it is possible to create a list of the digital channels
that are watched most. Press LIST / C c to select the
Favourite Channel list.
Use C or c to choose an option (None or
other options).
a
Select a channel you want to add to your
favourite list.
b
c
Press QUICK to open the Quick Menu.
Parental Control
Parental Setup
None
To view blocked programmes, enter the PIN.
To reactivate the Parental Control, turn the
TV off and then on again.
d
Press c to select the favourite list (Fav.).
Channel Options
Network Lock
Fav.
You can use the Network Lock feature to prevent the
Web browser from launching. When this feature is
set to On, PIN input will be necessary to use network
functions.
This feature will be grayed out until a PIN is set.
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
c
Press B or b to select Network Lock.
e
Press OK to select the ones required. A tick
will appear in the box as they are selected.
f
g
Repeat steps 1 through 5 for other channels.
Press B/C c to highlight Preferences icon
and press OK.
Preferences
3D Setup
a
Press LIST to display Channel List.
Each time you press C or c, All Channels,
TV Channels, Radio channels, Text
channels or Favourites is selected in order.
b
Press C or c to select Favourites. The
number of favourites available depends on
how many lists have been created.
Network Setup
Network Device Setup
Auto
Network Lock
Off
Panel Lock
Off
When all favourites have been selected,
press EXIT.
Favourite Channel Lists
REGZA-LINK Setup
Teletext
Press b to select Channel Options and press
OK.
Display Settings
Channel Lists
d
Press C or c to select On.
Favourites
To unlock the Network:
6
M6
9
W9
11 NT1
a
Select Off in step 4 above.
31 PARIS PREMIERE
34 AB1
51 ITV1
c
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Press B or b to highlight a channel and
press OK to watch.
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Digital settings – other settings
Skip channels
This feature allows you to set channels that will be
skipped when Pu or PU are used to tune.
Subtitles
a
Select the channel you want to skip in your
channel list.
b
From the Quick Menu, press b to select
Channel Options and press OK.
c
Press c repeatedly to highlight the skip (8)
box.
d
Press OK to select. A tick will appear in the
box.
e
f
In digital mode, this feature will show subtitles on the
screen in the selected language provided they are
being broadcast.
In the DTV Settings menu, press B or b to
select Subtitle and Audio and press OK.
b
Press b to select Subtitle Display and press
C or c to select On or Off.
Subtitle and Audio
Subtitle Display
Repeat steps 1 through 4 for other channels.
Press EXIT.
NOTE: Skipped channels cannot be selected
by Pu or PU but still be accessed by direct
number entry (when tuned a 8 icon will
be displayed in the banner to indicate as a
skipped channel).
Locking channels
Locking Channels stops the viewing of digital
channels, and they can only be accessed by entering
the PIN.
a
Select the channel you want to lock in your
channel list.
b
From the Quick Menu, press b to select
Channel Options and press OK.
c
Press c repeatedly to highlight the lock (
box.
d
Press OK to select. A tick will appear in the
box.
If a PIN has already been set, PIN entry will
be required to set the locked channels.
e
f
g
a
Off
Subtitle Type
Normal
Primary Subtitle Language
English
Secondary Subtitle Language
English
Audio Type
Normal
Primary Audio Language
English
Secondary Audio Language
English
c
Press B or b to select Primary Subtitle
Language or Secondary Subtitle
Language and press C or c to select an
option.
The SUBTITLE button can be used to select subtitle
on or off for the current channel only and to select
the subtitle language if more than one subtitle is
available.
Audio languages
)
This feature allows a programme or film to be viewed
with a choice of soundtrack language, provided
multiple language tracks are being broadcast.
a
In the Subtitle and Audio menu, press B
or b to select Primary Audio Language or
Secondary Audio Language and press C or
c to select an option.
If more than one soundtrack is available, use
the s button to select between them.
Repeat steps 1 through 4 for other channels.
Press EXIT.
From this point on, when any of the
channels in the Locked Channel list are
selected, the PIN must be entered before
they can be accessed.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Software Upgrade and Licences
System Information and Reset TV
Network Upgrade
System Information
TOSHIBA may offer upgrades for the TV’s software in the
future. The TV’s software is upgraded via the Network.
This feature can be used to check the version of
software currently installed. When in DTV mode,
it includes additional diagnostic information such
as signal strength, signal quality, centre frequency,
modulation, etc.
Before downloading software:
Configure your TV to connect to the Internet.
NOTE: While the upgrade is being performed, you
will not be able to watch the TV.
a
In the System Setup menu, press B or b to
select System Information.
a
In the System Setup menu, press B or b to
select Software Upgrade and press OK.
b
Press OK to display the System
Information.
b
Press B or b to select Network Upgrade
and press OK.
NOTE: If the network is not available, a
warning message will appear.
System Information
TOSHIBA
2012
6.8.05.1 Jan 19 2012 - 53. 5. 73. 5
MBOOT Version : xxxxxxxx
MFC Version : xxxxxx
c
The TV software upgrade will start when
download succeeds.
WEAK
AVERAGE
STRONG
CH 25
GOOD
CH 33
GOOD
CH 67
GOOD
Software Licences
The licences for the software used in this television are
available for viewing.
a
In the System Setup menu, press B or b to
select Software Licences and press OK.
c
For information about the signal quality of a
particular multiplex, press B or b to select
that multiplex.
d
Press OK for a screen showing detailed
technical information about the selected
multiplex.
A screen will appear displaying all the
licensing information required for the
televisions software.
Reset TV
Selecting Reset TV will reset all TV settings, including
saved channels, to their original factory values.
a
In the System Setup menu, press B or b to
select Reset TV.
b
Press OK to select. A screen will appear
warning that all settings will be lost. Press
OK to continue.
When the set powers back on, the Quick
Setup screen will appear. Press OK to
advance the setup and perform an auto
tune. (See “Quick Setup” section on page 17.)
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
PC Settings
Sampling Clock
Adjusting the Sampling Clock alters the number
of pulses per scan, this will clear vertical lines on the
screen.
Horizontal and Vertical Position
Connect the PC (as shown in the ‘Connecting a
computer’ section) and ensure that a picture is
showing on the television screen. The picture position
may now be adjusted to suit personal preference.
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
c
Press B or b to select Display Settings and
press OK.
d
Press B or b to select PC Setting and press
OK.
a
In the Display Settings menu, press B or b
to select PC Settings and press OK.
b
c
Press B or b to select Sampling Clock.
Press B/C c to highlight Preferences icon
and press OK.
Reset
Use Reset to return all items to the original factory
settings.
a
In the Display Settings menu, press B or b
to select PC Settings and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Reset and press OK.
Display Settings
Auto Format
On
4:3 Stretch
Off
NOTE: When a PC is connected using HDMI, none
of these functions will be available.
The screen is disrupted momentarily when adjusting
PC Settings. This is not a sign of malfunction.
The default settings and adjustment ranges may
vary depending on the input signal format.
Picture Position
PC Settings
e
Press B or b to select an option and press C
or c to adjust the settings.
PC Settings
Horizontal Position
0
Vertical Position
0
Clock Phase
0
Sampling Clock
0
Reset
Clock Phase
The Clock Phase matches the PC signal with the LCD
display. Adjusting this can clear horizontal stripes and
picture blur.
a
In the Display Settings menu, press B or b
to select PC Settings and press OK.
b
c
Press B or b to select Clock Phase.
Press C or c to adjust until the picture
clears.
Press C or c to adjust until the picture
clears.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Input selection and AV
connections
Preferences
REGZA-LINK Setup
Network Setup
Network Device Setup
See page 10 for a detailed image showing
recommended connections.
Teletext
Most media recorders and decoders send a signal
through the SCART lead to switch the television to
the correct Input socket.
Alternatively, press the external source selection
button o until the picture from connected
equipment is shown.
Off
AV Connection
d
Press OK to display the AV Connection
menu.
e
Press B or b to highlight Input Labeling
and press OK.
AV Connection
Use the Input Selection window if the television does
not switch over automatically.
Input Labeling
Digital Audio Output
By pressing o on the remote control or
TV, a list will appear on screen showing all
inputs and external equipment.
Press o on the
remote control
Off
Panel Lock
Display Settings
Input selection
a
Auto
Network Lock
f
Press B or b to select Input Labeling and
press OK.
Input Labeling
Press and hold
p/o on the TV
Input
Label
EXT 1
--------
EXT 2
Inputs
Inputs
HDMI 1
TV
DTV Ant
HDMI 2
1
1
HDMI 3
2
2
HDMI 4
HDMI 1
HDMI 1
PC
HDMI 2
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
HDMI 4
PC
g
Press B or b to select the item you want
to label, and then press C or c to select --,
Amplifier, Cable, DVD, Game, PC, Recorder
or Satellite.
h
Repeat step 7 for other video inputs.
PC
ATV
HDMI® displays equipment connected
to Input HDMI on the back or side of the
television.
PC displays a computer connected to Input
RGB/PC on the back of the television.
Digital Audio Output
When connecting a surround sound amplifier to the
digital audio output (Sony/Philips Digital Interface
Format [S/PDIF]), the following options can be
selected or adjusted.
Labeling video input sources
These input labels are shown in the input selector. You
can label video inputs according to the devices you
have connected to the TV.
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
c
Press B or b to select AV Connection.
a
In the Preferences menu, press B or b to
select AV Connection and press OK.
b
Press B or b to select Digital Audio
Output.
AV Connection
Press B/C c to highlight Preferences icon
and press OK.
Input Labeling
Digital Audio Output
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
c
Press OK to display Digital Audio Output
menu and press B or b to select an option.
Using REGZA-LINK
Audio Format:
Press C or c to select PCM or Auto.
PCM:
This mode outputs PCM format
to the digital audio output
socket.
Auto:
This mode outputs Dolby Digital
(if available) or PCM to the digital
audio output socket.
Dolby Digital S Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital Plus S Dolby Digital
MPEG S PCM
HE-AAC S Dolby Digital
Audio Delay:
Press C or c to select Auto or Manual.
Auto:
This mode automatically adjusts
the audio timing to meet the
video timing.
NOTE: The time lag might
be large between the image
and sound depending on the
connected equipment (amplifier
etc.). In that case, select Manual.
Manual: You can manually adjust the
audio signal timing to meet the
video signal timing.
Delay Adjustment:
Press C or c to adjust the audio signal
timing (0 – 250ms) to meet the video signal
timing.
This is a new feature that uses CEC technology
and allows you to control Toshiba REGZA-LINK
compatible devices from the television remote
control via HDMI connection (page 12).
When the Enable REGZA-LINK item in the REGZALINK Setup menu is set to On, individual functions
also set to On will be activated.
Enable REGZA-LINK
a
b
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
c
Press B or b to select REGZA-LINK Setup
and press OK.
d
Press b to select Enable REGZA-LINK and
press C or c to select On.
Press B/C c to highlight Preferences icon
and press OK.
REGZA-LINK Setup
Enable REGZA-LINK
On
TV Auto Power
On
Auto Standby
On
Amplifier Control
Initial Speaker Setting
On
TV Speakers
NOTE: If you set Enable REGZA-LINK to Off,
all other items will be grayed out.
NOTE:
• This feature is grayed out when Audio
Delay is in Auto.
• A time lag will occur when the video signal
or audio signal is changed. Adjust the
timing accordingly.
• When adjusting the timing, turn down the
volume of the AV equipment used as far
as possible. Depending on the equipment,
noise etc. may occur when the signal is
changed.
• Depending on the connected equipment
(amplifier, etc.), adjustment may not be
possible.
• When the optical digital output setting
(Auto t PCM) is changed, it may be
necessary to adjust the timing again.
• Do not use other than for audio output
from the AV amplifier, etc. (Malfunction
may occur)
TV Auto Power
The TV Auto Power setting allows the television to
be automatically switched on if a REGZA-LINK device
is turned on.
a
In the REGZA-LINK Setup menu, press b to
highlight TV Auto Power.
b
Press C or c to select On or Off.
Auto Standby
When Auto Standby is enabled, the television, when
switched off, will automatically switch off (standby
mode) all connected REGZA-LINK equipment.
a
In the REGZA-LINK Setup menu, press b to
highlight Auto Standby.
b
Press C or c to select On or Off.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Amplifier Control
The Amplifier Control setting is used to on/off the
connected REGZA-LINK amplifier.
a
In the REGZA-LINK Setup menu, press b to
highlight Amplifier Control.
b
Press C or c to select On or Off.
Initial Speaker Setting
The Initial Speaker Setting allows to select speaker
TV speakers or Amplifier speakers.
a
In the REGZA-LINK Setup menu, press b to
highlight Initial Speaker Setting.
b
Press C or c to select TV Speakers or
Amplifier.
REGZA-LINK one touch play
When connected equipment is switched on, REGZALINK will automatically detect the television through
the input selection. If the television is in standby, it will
be switched on automatically.
REGZA-LINK input source selection
If a REGZA-LINK device with HDMI switching
capability (e.g. AV amplifier) is connected to the HDMI
input, you can select another REGZA-LINK device that
is connected to the master HDMI device on the input
source list.
a
Press o and a list will appear on screen
showing available input sources.
b
Press b to select the desired input source
with REGZA-LINK icon.
c
Press c and a second selection screen will
appear showing all connected REGZA-LINK
equipment.
Inputs
TV
1
2
HDMI 1
1
DVD
2
VCR/DVR
3
CBL/SAT
4
GAME/TV
5
AUX
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
NOTE:
• These functions depend on the device connected.
• If you select the REGZA-LINK input source from
the popup window, some REGZA-LINK devices
may automatically turn on.
• When the television is switched on it will take a
few minutes for the REGZA-LINK icon to appear
in the list. When an HDMI cable is removed, it will
take a few minutes for the icon to disappear.
• If the HDMI cable from connected equipment is
changed, Enable REGZA-LINK in the REGZA-LINK
Setup menu may need to be reset to On.
• If you change the HDMI lead to a connected
device or change an HDMI device setting, reset
the Enable REGZA-LINK item on the REGZA-LINK
Setup menu from Off to On.
These functions can be enabled or disabled from
the REGZA-LINK Setup (see page 61).
NOTE:
• Even if the equipment is showing a menu, the
television may automatically show the input
source.
• This feature depends on the connected
equipment and television state.
REGZA-LINK system standby
If the television is turned off (standby mode), the
television will send a message to turn off (standby
mode) all of the REGZA-LINK devices connected to the
television.
These functions can be enabled or disabled from
the REGZA-LINK Setup (see page 61).
NOTE: This feature depends on the connected
equipment and television state.
HDMI 4
PC
d
Press B or b to select the desired input
source, and then press OK.
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TEXT SERVICES
Sub-pages
Text services
a
Press MENU / C c to highlight Setup icon.
The pages on the screen will dynamically update as
sub-pages are received.
If you open a page containing sub-pages, the subpages are automatically displayed in sequence. To
quit automatic sub-page change, press C or c.
Once selected, the sub-page you are viewing will
be highlighted and, as the television loads any
additional sub-pages, the colour of the numbers
will change, indicating that these pages have been
loaded.
These sub-pages will remain available to view until
another page is chosen or, in normal TV mode, the
channel is changed.
b
Press B/C c to highlight Preferences icon
and press OK.
Navigating pages using Auto
c
Press B or b to select Teletext, and then
press C or c to select Auto or List.
This television has a multi-page text memory,
which takes a few moments to load. It offers
two Modes of viewing text – Auto will display
Fastext, if available. List will save your four
favourite pages.
Selecting modes
The text character set will be automatically chosen by
the language setting in the Setup menu.
Preferences
3D Setup
REGZA-LINK Setup
Network Setup
Network Device Setup
If Fastext is available, four coloured titles will
appear at the base of the screen.
To access one of the four given subjects, press the
relevant coloured button on the remote control.
For further information on your particular text
system(s), see the broadcast text index page or
consult your local Toshiba dealer.
Auto
Teletext
Network Lock
Off
Panel Lock
Off
Display Settings
Text information
The TEXT button:
To view text services press TEXT. Press again to
superimpose the text over a normal broadcast
picture and again to return to normal viewing.
Channels cannot be changed until text is cancelled.
The first text page shown will be the initial page.
Any text page can be accessed by entering the 3
digit page number using the numbered buttons,
pressing the coloured buttons or pressing PU to
advance to the next page and Pu to go back to the
previous page.
Navigating pages using LIST
The four coloured choices at the bottom of the
screen are numbers – 100, 101, 102 and 103,
which have been programmed into the television’s
memory. To view these pages, press the relevant
coloured buttons.
To change these saved pages, press the relevant
coloured button and enter the 3 digit number. This
number will change in the top left of the screen and
in the coloured highlight.
Press OK to save. Whenever OK is pressed, all four
page numbers showing at the bottom will be
saved and the previous ones will be lost.
NOTE: The video signal from the external inputs
(EXT-1 and EXT-2) is not saved.
If OK is not pressed, the selection will be forgotten
when the channel is changed.
Other pages may be viewed by entering the 3 digit
page number – but DO NOT press OK or these
pages will be saved.
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TEXT SERVICES
Control buttons
Below is a guide to the functions of the remote
control text buttons.
k To display the index/initial page:
Press k to access the index/initial page. The one
displayed is dependant on the broadcaster.
TEXT To display a page of text:
Press TEXT to display text. Press again to
superimpose text over a normal picture. Press again
to return to normal television viewing. Channels
cannot be changed until this has been done.
A To reveal concealed text:
To discover the solutions on quiz and joke pages
press the A button.
B To hold a wanted page:
At times it is convenient to hold a page of text. Press
B and B will appear in the top left of the screen.
The page will be held on screen until the button is
pressed again.
C To enlarge the text display size:
Press C once to enlarge the top half of the page,
press again to enlarge the bottom half of the page.
Press again to revert to normal size.
D To temporarily erase the text screen:
Press D once to erase the text screen
temporarily. To recall the text screen, press the
button again.
To display news flashes:
Select the news flash page for the chosen text
service (see the index page of text service). The
news flashes will be displayed as and when they are
broadcast.
Remember to cancel text
before changing channels - press
the TEXT button twice.
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PROBLEM SOLVING
Questions and Answers
Q
Below are the answers to some of the most
common queries.
A
Q
A
Q
A
Check the television is not in standby
mode. Check the mains plug and all mains
connections.
Colour System
Q
A
b
Using B or b adjust to get the best picture
and sound. Press OK and then EXIT.
ATV Manual Tuning
Manual Fine Tuning
1
English
2
0
Check that Panel Lock is not On.
Q
Why doesn’t the remote control work?
A
Check that the batteries aren’t dead or
inserted incorrectly.
Q
Why is the digital channel locked?
A
The channel has been locked in Channel Options
(see ’Digital settings – Channel Options’
section).
Q
Why are some of the digital subscription
channels unavailable?
A
Your subscription needs upgrading. Contact
your service provider.
Q
Why is the soundtrack in English when a
different audio language has been selected?
A
The programme is currently being broadcast
with an English soundtrack only.
Q
Why is there incorrect or no sound when in
DTV mode?
A
Press s to ensure the hard of hearing
option has not been selected.
Why is there a picture but no sound?
Check all lead connections.
No sound or unacceptable format sound may
be received.
Check the volume has not been turned down
or that sound mute has not been selected.
Check shared audio settings.
C
A
Why doesn’t the video/DVD being played
show on screen?
Make sure the media recorder or DVD player
is connected to the television as shown on
page 10, and then select the correct input by
pressing o.
A
Why don’t the controls of the television
work?
Auto
With C or c choose between Auto, PAL,
SECAM, NTSC 4.43 or NTSC 3.58.
I
Q
With the external source playing, select
Colour System from the System Setup
menu.
Auto Tuning
A
Select the ATV Manual Tuning menu.
Highlight the station and press OK. Then
press c to select Manual Fine Tuning.
When using an external source, for instance,
a poor quality video tape, if there is little or
no colour, improvements may sometimes be
achieved. The colour is factory set to Auto to
automatically display the best colour system.
Menu Language
Q
a
There is a picture, but why is there little or
no colour?
System Setup
b
Interference or a weak signal. Try a different
television station. Manual Fine Tuning may
help.
Why is there no sound or picture?
To check that you have the best colour:
a
What else can cause a poor picture?
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PROBLEM SOLVING
Q
What is DVB-T?
Q
A
Digital Video Broadcast via an aerial/antenna.
A
Q
How are DTV radio channels selected?
A
Select from All Channel List (LIST button).
Q
What can be done if the PIN number has
been forgotten?
A
Q
A
Q
A
Use the Master PIN code of 1276, then change
to a number of your choice. Select Parental
PIN Setup from the DTV Settings menu to
enter PIN. Ensure that no-one else can use the
Master PIN by removing the Owner’s Manual.
Why are there vertical stripes on the screen
when in PC mode?
Text has been selected but Teletext
information is currently unavailable on the
current source.
Q
Why are the colours wrong when an NTSC
source is played?
A
Connect the source via a SCART lead and play.
Select Colour System from the Setup menu.
a
Set the Colour to Auto and exit.
b
Go to the PICTURE menu and adjust the
tint.
Q
Why don’t the devices connected via HDMI
operate properly?
A
Make sure to use cables with the HDMI logo
(see page 11).
The Sampling Clock may need adjustment.
Select PC Settings from the Display Settings
menu, highlight Sampling Clock and adjust
until the lines clear.
Some early HDMI equipment may not work
properly with the latest HDMI TV products,
due to new standard adoption.
Q
Why are there horizontal stripes and/or
blurred images on the screen when in PC
mode?
The Clock Phase may need adjustment. Select
PC Settings from the Display Settings menu,
highlight Clock Phase and adjust until the
picture clears.
A
Q
Why when digital subtitles have been selected
are they not showing on screen?
A
Q
Subtitles are not currently being transmitted
by the broadcaster.
A
Q
Why are there problems with analogue text?
A
Why is a page number visible at the top of the
screen but no text?
Good performance of text depends on a good
strong broadcast signal. This normally requires
a roof or loft aerial. If the text is unreadable or
garbled, check the aerial. Go to the main index
page of the text service and look for the User
Guide. This will explain the basic operation
of text in some detail. If further information
is needed on how to use text see the text
section.
Q
A
Q
A
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Why don’t the REGZA-LINK devices work?
When the connected REGZA-LINK device does
not work correctly after you have changed the
settings of the device, turn off your television
and unplug the power cord, and then plug
and turn on again. Unplug the HDMI cable of
the REGZA-LINK device and lead again.
Why is the REGZA-LINK logo still showing
when the equipment has been disconnected?
If the REGZA-LINK device is disconnected, the
logo will disappear after approximately one
minute.
Why don’t the networked devices work?
The LAN cables are not connected properly or
at all. Connect all cables (see page 14).
Make sure your network address is set up
correctly (see page 38).
Why doesn’t the wireless network work?
Make sure the TOSHIBA Dual Band WLAN
Adaptor is used (see page 14).
Check that the AP is powered on.
PROBLEM SOLVING
Q
A
Q
A
Other problems
Why doesn’t the Media Player feature
operate?
Make sure that devices are connected
correctly. Incorrect behaviour may occur with
a USB Hub connection.
Check your network setup if using DLNA
CERTIFIED™ Server.
Why are not 3D images displayed?
Ensure that there is no object blocking the
infrared signals in the infrared reception part
of television and 3D glasses. If the infrared
data communication between the television
and 3D glasses is lost for 5 minutes, the power
of 3D glasses is turned off.
Q
What do the LEDs on the front of the
television indicate?
A
Check the table below.
If your TV’s problem is not addressed in
this Questions and Answers section or the
recommended solution has not worked, do one of
the following:
1 Turn off your TV. After 30 seconds, turn it on.
2 Turn off the TV and unplug the power cord. After
1 minute, plug the power cord in and turn on the
TV.
3 Perform the Reset TV function in the System
Setup menu.
LED 1 LED 2
LED indication
LED-1
LED-2
Green
Orange
Green
OFF
Red
Orange
Red
OFF
Condition
Power ON
Programme Timer is set
Power ON
Programme Timer is NOT set
Power OFF (Standby)
Programme Timer is set
Power OFF
Programme Timer is NOT set
Cleaning the screen and cabinet…
Turn off the power, and clean the screen and cabinet
with a soft, dry cloth. We recommend that you do
not use any proprietary polishes or solvents on the
screen or cabinet as this may cause damage.
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INFORMATION
License Information
•
•
•
•
•
Manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
HDMI, the HDMI logo, and
High-Definition Multimedia Interface
are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC.
YouTube and the YouTube Logo are trademarks of
Google Inc.
This product contains Adobe® Flash® Player software
under license from Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Copyright © 1995-2009 Adobe Systems
Incorporated. All rights reserved. Adobe and Flash
are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
DivX®, DivX Certified®, DivX Plus® HD
and associated logos are trademarks
of Rovi Corporation or its subsidiaries
and are used under license.
Covered by one or more of the
following U.S. patents:
7,295,673; 7,460,668; 7,515,710;
7,519,274
• This product contains technology subject to
certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft.
Use or distribution of this technology outside of
this product is prohibited without the appropriate
license(s) from Microsoft.
• This product includes technology owned by
Microsoft Corporation and can not be used or
distributed without a license from Microsoft
Licensing, GP.
• Content owners use Windows Media digital rights
management technology (WMDRM) to protect
their intellectual property, including copyrights. This
device uses WMDRM software to access WMDRMprotected content. If the WMDRM software fails
to protect the content, content owners may
ask Microsoft to revoke the software's ability to
use WMDRM to play or copy protected content.
Revocation does not affect unprotected content.
When you download licenses for protected content,
you agree that Microsoft may include a revocation
list with the licenses. Content owners may require
you to upgrade WMDRM to access their content.
If you decline an upgrade, you will not be able to
access content that requires the upgrade.
• DLNA™, DLNA CERTIFIED™, DLNA CERTIFIED Logo
are trademarks, service marks, or certification marks
of the Digital Living Network Alliance.
• DVB is a registered trademark of the DVB Project.
• THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC
PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL
AND NONCOMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO
(i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AVC
STANDARD (AVC VIDEO) AND/ OR (ii) DECODE
AVC VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER
ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NONCOMMERCIAL
ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO
PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE AVC VIDEO. NO
LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR
ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY
BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, L.L.C.
SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM
• THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE MPEG4 VISUAL PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR
THE PERSONAL AND NONCOMMERCIAL USE
OF A CONSUMER FOR (i) ENCODING VIDEO IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE MPEG-4 VISUAL STANDARD
("MPEG-4 VIDEO") AND/OR (ii) DECODING MPEG4 VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER
ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL
ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO
PROVIDER LICENSED BY MPEG LA TO PROVIDE
MPEG-4 VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL
BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION INCLUDING THAT RELATING TO
PROMOTIONAL, INTERNAL AND COMMERCIAL USES
AND LICENSING MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG
LA,L.L.C.
SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM
• MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed
from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
• Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel
Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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INFORMATION
Information
Before connecting any external equipment, turn off all main power switches. If there is no
switch, remove the mains plug from the wall socket.
Signal information for Mini D-sub 15 pin connector
Pin No.
Signal name
Pin No.
Signal name
Pin No.
Signal name
1
2
3
4
5
R
G
B
NC*
Ground
6
7
8
9
10
Ground
Ground
Ground
+5V
Ground
11
12
13
14
15
NC
DDC Data
H-sync
V-sync
DDC Clock
* NC = not connected
Acceptable PC signals through the PC terminal
The PC input on this TV only accepts signal formats which are compliant with VESA-DMT as shown in
the table below. Since some PCs input signals which are different from the resolution and frequency
described in the table below, the following phenomenon may occur; incorrect display, false format
detection, picture position failure, blur, or judder. In this case, set the monitor output format on your
PC to conform to a signal in the table below.
Format
Resolution
VGA
640 × 480
SVGA
800 × 600
XGA
1024 × 768
1280 × 768
WXGA
WXGA+
1280 × 800
1360 × 768
1440 × 900
SXGA
1280 × 1024
1080p
1920 × 1080p
V. Frequency
H. Frequency
59.940Hz
72.809Hz
75.000Hz
56.250Hz
60.317Hz
72.188Hz
75.000Hz
60.004Hz
70.069Hz
75.029Hz
59.995Hz
59.870Hz
74.893Hz
59.810Hz
60.015Hz
59.887Hz
60.020Hz
75.025Hz
60.000Hz
31.469kHz
37.861kHz
37.500kHz
35.156kHz
37.879kHz
48.077kHz
46.875kHz
48.363kHz
56.476kHz
60.023kHz
47.396kHz
47.776kHz
60.289kHz
49.702kHz
47.712kHz
55.935kHz
63.981kHz
79.976kHz
67.500Hz
69
Pixel Clock
Frequency
25.175MHz
31.500MHz
31.500MHz
36.000MHz
40.000MHz
50.000MHz
49.500MHz
65.000MHz
75.000MHz
78.750MHz
68.250MHz
79.500MHz
102.250MHz
83.500MHz
85.500MHz
106.500MHz
108.000MHz
135.000MHz
148.500MHz
VESA Standard
(DMT)
INFORMATION
Acceptable video or PC signals through the HDMI terminals
The HDMI inputs on this TV only accept VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, and SXGA signal formats which are
compliant with VESA as shown in the table below. Since some PCs and HDMI or DVI devices input
signals which are different from the resolution and frequency described in the table below, the
following phenomenon may occur; incorrect display, false format detection, picture position failure,
blur, or judder. In this case, set the monitor output format on your PC, HDMI or DVI device to conform
to a signal in the table below.
Format
Resolution
V. Frequency
H. Frequency
480i
576i
480p
576p
1080i
1080i
720p
720p
1080p
1080p
1080p
VGA
720 × 480i
720 × 576i
720 × 480p
720 × 576p
1920 × 1080i
1920 × 1080i
1280 × 720p
1280 × 720p
1920 × 1080p
1920 × 1080p
1920 × 1080p
640 × 480
SVGA
800 × 600
XGA
1024 × 768
WXGA
1280 × 768
SXGA
1360 × 768
1280 × 1024
59.940/60.000Hz
50.000Hz
59.940/60.000Hz
50.000Hz
59.940/60.000Hz
50.000Hz
59.940/60.000Hz
50.000Hz
59.940/60.000Hz
50.000Hz
24.000Hz
59.940/60.000Hz
72.809Hz
75.000Hz
56.250Hz
60.317Hz
72.188Hz
75.000Hz
60.004Hz
70.069Hz
75.029Hz
59.995Hz
59.870Hz
74.893Hz
60.015Hz
60.020Hz
75.025Hz
15.734/15.750kHz
15.625kHz
31.469/31.500kHz
31.250kHz
33.716/33.750kHz
28.125kHz
44.955/45.000kHz
37.500kHz
67.433/67.500kHz
56.250kHz
27.000kHz
31.469/31.500kHz
37.861kHz
37.500kHz
35.156kHz
37.879kHz
48.077kHz
46.875kHz
48.363kHz
56.476kHz
60.023kHz
47.396kHz
47.776kHz
60.289kHz
47.712kHz
63.981kHz
79.976kHz
70
Pixel Clock
Frequency
27.000/27.027MHz
27.000MHz
27.000/27.027MHz
27.000MHz
74.176/74.250MHz
74.250MHz
74.176/74.250MHz
74.250MHz
148.352/148.500MHz
148.500MHz
74.250MHz
25.175/25.200MHz
31.500MHz
31.500MHz
36.000MHz
40.000MHz
50.000MHz
49.500MHz
65.000MHz
75.000MHz
78.750MHz
68.250MHz
79.500MHz
102.250MHz
85.500MHz
108.000MHz
135.000MHz
VESA
Standard
INFORMATION
Media Player Supported Format
Media Media
Player Format
Photo JPEG
File
Video codec
Extention
.jpg
JPEG
.jpeg
Audio codec
USB DMS
yes
–
MPO
.mpo
MPO
yes
–
BMP
.bmp
BMP
yes
yes <USB>
Data compatibility:
JPEG Exif ver 2.2
Maximum viewable
resolution:
• JPEG
no 15360 × 8640 (Base-line)
1024 × 768 (Progressive)
• BMP
9600 × 6400
Maximum number of
files: 1000 / folder
no
–
Movie AVI
.avi
MPEG-2
MPEG-4 part2
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC)
DivX
Xvid
MPEG-2
PS
.mpg
.mpeg
MPEG-1 Video
MPEG-2 Video
MPEG-2
TS
.ts
.trp
.tp
MPEG-2 Video
H.264(MPEG-4 AVC)
VC-1(WMV9)
MPEG-2
VOB
.vob
MPEG-1 Video
MPEG-2 Video
MOV
.mov
MP4
.mp4
.m4v
.asf
.wmv
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC)
MPEG-4 part2
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC)
MPEG-4 part12,14
VC-1 (WMV9)
ASF
MPEG-1/2 Layer2 yes
MPEG-1/2 Layer3
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
L-PCM
ADPCM
MPEG-2/4 LC AAC
MPEG-4 HE-AAC
MPEG-1/2 Layer2 yes
MPEG-1/2 Layer3
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
L-PCM
MPEG-1/2 Layer2 yes
MPEG-1/2 Layer3
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
L-PCM
MPEG-4 LC AAC
MPEG-4 HE-AAC
no
MPEG-1/2 Layer2 yes
MPEG-1/2 Layer3
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
L-PCM
MPEG-1/2 Layer3 yes
MPEG-2/4 LC AAC
MPEG-4 HE-AAC yes
no
WMA7/8/9 Std
WMA9 Pro
71
yes
Note
yes
yes
no
no
no
no
<DMS>
Data compatibility:
JPEG Exif ver 2.2
Maximum viewable
resolution:
1024 × 768
Maximum number of
files: 1000/folder
*) Some files may not
be played depending
on file size.
<USB>
Maximum number of
files: 1000 / folder
Maximum viewable
resolution:
• Motion-JPEG:640 × 480
• Other:1920 × 1080
*) Some files may not
be played.
INFORMATION
Media Media
Player Format
Movie DivX
Xvid
File
Video codec
Extention
.divx
DivX 3,4,5,6
.div
Xvid
Xvid
MKV
.mkv
RealMedia .rm
.rmvb
Flash
.flv
Video
.swf
(FLV1)
3GPP
.3gp
Motion
JPEG
.avi
.mp4
.mkv
.mp3
.m4a
.wma
Music MP3
MP4
WMA
WAV
LPCM
.wav
Audio codec
MPEG-1/2 Layer2
MPEG-1/2 Layer3
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
PCM
ADPCM
MPEG-1 Video
MPEG-1/2 Layer2
MPEG-2 Video
MPEG-1/2 Layer3
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
MPEG-4 part2
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC) L-PCM
MPEG-2/4 LC AAC
MPEG-4 HE-AAC
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
RealVideo 8,9,10
MPEG-2/4 LC AAC
Sorenson H.263 (FLV1) MPEG-1/2 Layer3
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC) MPEG-2/4 LC AAC
L-PCM
ADPCM
MPEG-4 part2
MPEG-2/4 LC AAC
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC) AMR
JPEG
L-PCM
ADPCM
–
–
–
–
–
MPEG-1/2 Layer-3
MPEG-2/4 LC AAC
WMA7/8/9/ Std
WMA9 Pro
LPCM
ADPCM
MPEG-1/2 Layer-3
WMA7/8/9/ Std
WMA9 Pro
–
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USB DMS
Note
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes <USB>
no Maximum number of
files: 1000 / folder
no
no
no
no
yes
INFORMATION
3D Support Format (HDMI)
Resolution
720 × 480p
Aspect ratio
V.Fraquency
16:9
59.940/60.000Hz
H.Fraquency
31.469/31.500kHz
720 × 576p
16:9
50.000Hz
31.250kHz
1280 × 720p
16:9
59.940/60.000Hz
90.0/89.91kHz
44.955/45.000kHz
50.000Hz
75.000kHz
37.500kHz
59.940/60.000Hz
33.716/33.750kHz
50.000Hz
28.125kHz
24.000Hz
54.000kHz
27.000kHz
30.000Hz
67.433/67.500kHz
33.716/33.750kHz
50.000Hz
56.250kHz
59.940/60.000Hz
67.433/67.500kHz
1920 × 1080i
1920 × 1080p
16:9
16:9
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Pixel Clock Frequency
27.000/27.027MHz
3D Structure
Side by Side (Full)
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
27.000MHz
Side by Side (Full)
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
148.352/148.500MHz Frame Packing
74.176/74.250MHz Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
148.500MHz
Frame Packing
74.250MHz
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
74.176/74.250MHz Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
74.250MHz
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
148.500MHz
Frame Packing
74.250MHz
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
148.352/148.500MHz Frame Packing
74.176/74.250MHz Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
148.500MHz
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
148.352/148.500MHz Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
INFORMATION
3D Support Format (HDMI)
Video Format
480i, 480p
Aspect ratio
16:9
V.Fraquency
59.940/60.000Hz
576i, 576p
16:9
50.000Hz
720p
16:9
59.940/60.000Hz
3D Structure
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half )
Top and Bottom
50.000Hz
1080i
16:9
59.940/60.000Hz
50.000Hz
1080p
16:9
24.000Hz
30.000Hz
50.000Hz
59.940/60.000Hz
* Side by Side (Full) is composed of left and right stereoscopic pictures that each size is equal to 2D.
Side by Side (Full)
L
2D Video
R
3D Video
Side by Side (Half )
L
2D Video
3D Video
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R
INFORMATION
PARENTAL GUIDANCE CODES (Normative)
Recommended On-Screen-Display for parental guidance codes transmitted within DVB-SI EIT
information using the DVB parental_rating_descriptor.
Receiver Menu Set-up and Suggested OSD wording for Setting
Blocking (Restriction of access)
Block all
Transmitted
Australian
Onrating
parental guide Screenhex code
code
Display
0 x 00
Not Classified
–
0 x 01
–
0 x 02
P Pre school
P
0 x 03
P
0 x 04
C Children's
C
0 x 05
C
0 x 06
G General
G
0 x 07
G
PG
Parental
0 x 08
PG
Guidance
Recommended
0 x 09
PG
M Mature
0 x 0A
M
Audience 15+
0 x 0B
M
MA Mature
MA
0 x 0C
Adult Audience
15+
15+
MA
0 x 0D
15+
AV Adult
Audience,
AV
0 x 0E
Strong violence 15+
15+
R Restricted
0 x 0F
R
18+
Block
Block
G and
PG and
above
above
(optional)
Block
M and
above
Block
Block
MA and AV and
above above
Block
R and
above
Resultant receiver action to received hex code
is show programme is block until PIN entered
75
None
INFORMATION
Bandwidth
7 MHz and Proposed 8 MHz Channel Frequencies
BAND III
Australian
7 MHz
Designated
Channel
Number
7 MHz
Channel
Frequency
Limits
(MHz)
7 MHz
Digital Channel
Centre Freq
(MHz)
8 MHz
Designated
Channel
Number
8 MHz
Channel
Frequency
Limits
(MHz)
8 MHz
Digital Channel
Centre Freq
(MHz)
6
7
8
9
9A
10
11
12
174-181
181-188
188-195
195-202
202-209
209-216
216-223
223-230
177.5
184.5
191.5
198.5
205.5
212.5
219.5
226.5
6
7
8
9
174-182
182-190
190-198
198-206
178
186
194
202
10
11
12
206-214
214-222
222-230
210
218
226
BAND III
Australian
7 MHz
Designated
Channel
Number
7 MHz
Channel
Frequency
Limits
(MHz)
7 MHz
Digital Channel
Centre Freq
(MHz)
8 MHz
Designated
Channel
Number
8 MHz
Channel
Frequency
Limits
(MHz)
8 MHz
Digital Channel
Centre Freq
(MHz)
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
519-526
526-533
533-540
540-547
547-554
554-561
561-568
568-575
575-582
582-589
589-596
596-603
603-610
610-617
617-624
624-631
631-638
638-645
645-652
522.5
529.5
536.5
543.5
550.5
557.5
564.5
571.5
578.5
585.5
592.5
599.5
606.5
613.5
620.5
627.5
634.5
641.5
648.5
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
518-526
526-534
534-542
542-550
550-558
558-566
566-574
574-582
582-590
590-598
598-606
606-614
614-622
622-630
630-638
638-646
646-654
654-662
662-670
522
530
538
546
554
562
570
578
586
594
602
610
618
626
634
642
650
658
666
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INFORMATION
Australian
7 MHz
Designated
Channel
Number
7 MHz
Channel
Frequency
Limits
(MHz)
7 MHz
Digital Channel
Centre Freq
(MHz)
8 MHz
Designated
Channel
Number
8 MHz
Channel
Frequency
Limits
(MHz)
8 MHz
Digital Channel
Centre Freq
(MHz)
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
652-659
659-666
666-673
673-680
680-687
687-694
694-701
701-708
708-715
715-722
722-729
729-736
736-743
743-750
750-757
757-764
764-771
771-778
778-785
785-792
792-799
799-806
806-813
813-820
655.5
662.5
669.5
676.5
683.5
690.5
697.5
704.5
711.5
718.5
725.5
732.5
739.5
746.5
753.5
760.5
767.5
774.5
781.5
788.5
795.5
802.5
809.5
816.5
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
670-678
678-686
686-694
694-702
702-710
710-718
718-726
726-734
734-742
742-750
750-758
758-766
766-774
774-782
782-790
790-798
798-806
806-814
814-822
674
682
690
698
706
714
722
730
738
746
754
762
770
778
786
794
802
810
818
FREEVIEW™ Australia Digital TV Receiver Specification
Phase 2- V 1.0
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INFORMATION
Signal Class Table
C mode
OSD
RF Frequency [MHz]
OSD
RF Frequency [MHz]
OSD
RF Frequency [MHz]
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C21
C22
C23
C24
C25
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
C31
C32
C33
48.25
55.25
62.25
175.25
182.25
189.25
196.25
203.25
210.25
217.25
224.25
471.25
479.25
487.25
495.25
503.25
511.25
519.25
527.25
535.25
543.25
551.25
559.25
567.25
C48
C49
C50
C51
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56
C57
C58
C59
C60
C61
C62
C63
C64
C65
C66
C67
C68
C69
687.25
695.25
703.25
711.25
719.25
727.25
735.25
743.25
751.25
759.25
767.25
775.25
783.25
791.25
799.25
807.25
815.25
823.25
831.25
839.25
847.25
855.25
S mode
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S22
S23
S24
S25
S26
S27
S28
S29
S30
S31
S32
S33
S34
S35
S36
S37
252.25
259.25
266.25
273.25
280.25
287.25
294.25
303.25
311.25
319.25
327.25
335.25
343.25
351.25
359.25
367.25
375.25
383.25
391.25
399.25
407.25
415.25
423.25
431.25
C34
575.25
OSD
RF Frequency [MHz]
S38
439.25
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C41
C42
C43
C44
C45
C46
C47
583.25
591.25
599.25
607.25
615.25
623.25
631.25
639.25
647.25
655.25
663.25
671.25
679.25
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
105.25
112.25
119.25
126.25
133.25
140.25
147.25
154.25
161.25
168.25
231.25
238.25
245.25
S39
S40
S41
S51
S52
S53
S54
S55
447.25
455.25
463.25
69.25
76.25
83.25
90.25
97.25
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INFORMATION
Specifications and accessories
Receiving systems
DVB-T Broadcast systems
Frequency
51~858 MHz
Loop Through
51~858 MHz
Bandwidth
7, 8 MHz
Visible Screen Size
(approx.)
40 102cm
46 117cm
Display
16:9
Sound output
(at 10% distortion)
Main: 10W + 10W
Broadcast systems/channels
PAL
I
(UK)
UHF
PAL
B/G (CCIR)
VHF
UHF
CATV
PAL
D/K (CHINA) VHF
UHF
CATV
SECAM B/G (CCIR)
VHF
UHF
CATV
SECAM D/K (OIRT)
VHF
UHF
CATV
SECAM L
(FRANCE) VHF
UHF
Power consumption
(approx.)
40TL900A
46TL900A
Standby power
consumption (approx.)
0.3W
21 - 69
2 - 12
21 - 69
X - Z+2, S1 - S41
1 - 12
13 - 56
Z1 - Z38
2 - 12
21 - 69
X - Z+2, S1 - S41
1 - 12
21 - 69
X1 - X19
F1-F10, B-Q
F21-F69
Dimensions
(approx.)
Weight (approx.)
Y, PB/CB, PR/CR
Video (Y is shared)
Audio L + R
(shared)
Input
RCA jacks
RCA jack
RCA jacks
HDMI
Input
HDMI® compliant
HDCP compliant
PC
Input
Mini D-sub 15-pin Analogue
Digital Audio Output (S/PDIF)
RJ-45
USB port
Media Player
Interface version: USB 2.0
USB class: Mass Storage
File system: FAT16 and FAT32
Specification is subject to change without notice.
Maximum output: 500mA
(specified to change the 3D glasses
FPT-AG02G)
Wireless LAN adaptor ready for a
home network, IEEE802.11a/b/g/n
compatible
Headphone socket
15.0kg
18.5kg
Optional accessories
• Toshiba 3D glasses : FPT-AG02G
• TOSHIBA Dual Band WLAN Adaptor
WLM-20U2
Optical
LAN port
40TL900A
46TL900A
Supplied accessories
• Remote control CT-90405
• 2 batteries (AA, IEC R6 1.5V)
• ‘P’ Clip/Screw (for TV mounting)
See page 6.
• 4 spacers for wall mounting
• Scart/RCA adaptor
RGB, A/V input
AV out, TV out
EXT2
40TL900A 61cm (H) 92cm (W) 22cm (D)
46TL900A 69cm (H) 106cm (W)24cm (D)
(Height dimension includes foot stand)
Operating condition
Temperature 5°C - 35°C (41°F - 94°F)
Humidity 20 - 80% (non-condensing)
Video Input PAL, SECAM, NTSC 3.58/4.43
External connections
EXT1 Input/Output 21-pin SCART
102W
132W
3.5mm stereo
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