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HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview & DVD
User Guide
Model No
X19/17B-GB-TCD-UK
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Important information regarding the digital TV switchover
Television in the UK is going digital, bringing us all more choice and new services. Starting late
2007 and ending in 2012, television services in the UK will go completely digital, TV region by TV region.
How the switchover affects your TV equipment.
Your new TV has a digital tuner built in, which means it is ready to receive the Freeview signal by simply
connecting it into your aerial socket (you can check if you can get digital TV through your aerial now or
whether you will have to wait until the switchover at www.digitaluk.co.uk)
When the TV switchover happens in your area, there are at least two occasions when you will need to re-tune
your TV in order to continue receiving your existing TV channels and also to pick up new ones. Digital UK, the
body leading the digital switchover, will advise you when you need to retune during the switchover.
How to retune.
Retuning your TV is a very quick and simple process. We recommend that you retune every few months to
ensure you are receiving the very latest TV and radio channels that are broadcast.
1) Press [DVB-MENU]
2) Press [\/] to select System Settings
3) Press [OK] to enter menu
4) Press [OK] to launch first time installation process
5) You will be asked “Are you sure you want to delete the existing channels?”, press [OK]
6) Press [OK] while ‘Confirm’ is highlighted and your TV will retune.
If you do not retune your TV when advised to do so by Digital UK, you may lose some or all of your channels
until you do re-tune.
If you are missing any channels, it may be that they are not available in your area, or that your TV aerial
needs upgrading.
For help and support regarding the digital switchover, please contact Digital UK:
Telephone: 08456 50 50 50
Digital UK website: www.digitaluk.co.uk
If you require technical or warranty support on this television, please contact the manufacturer helpline, do
not contact Digital UK unless your query is regarding the digital switchover.
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WARNINGS
Caution
This television contains no user serviceable parts. Please refer to the manufacturer
or authorised repair agent in the event of malfunction. Do not remove the back cover
from the television.
Warning
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or damage to the television, do not expose
it to dust, rain or moisture, or place any objects filled with liquids on or near the television.
Do not place the television in a confined space, ensure that nothing can obstruct
the ventilation openings at the rear of the television.
Do not place naked flames on or near the television.
Dispose of this television and any components including batteries in an environmentally
friendly manner. If in doubt, please contact your local authority for details of recycling.
Your LCD TV should be cleaned using a dry or slightly damp cloth. You should not use
an alcohol based cleaner
Safety
For your safety, this appliance is fitted with a fused moulded 3 pin mains plug. Should
the fuse need to be replaced, ensure that any replacement is of the same amperage
and approved with the BSI mark. ( )
Never try and replace the mains plug unless you have adequate qualifications and are
legally authorised to do so. In the event that a replacement Mains cable is required,
contact the manufacturer for a suitable replacement.
Never use the television if it is damaged in any way.
Always place the television on a flat level surface avoiding anywhere which may
be subject to strong vibration. Ensure the television is not placed on top of the power
cable as the weight of the television may damage the cable and cause a safety hazard.
Never place mobile phones, speakers or any other device which may cause magnetic
or radio interference with the television. If interference is apparent, move the device
causing the interference away from the television.
Packaging
Please save the packaging for the television as you will need this in the event
of warranty/service repair or support. We are unable to carry out warranty/service
if you are unable to package it correctly. The safest way to package your item in the
event of warranty/service repair is in its original box/packaging
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Examples of images that you need to be aware of are as follows
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CONTENTS
SETTING UP YOUR TV
- What is included in the box
- Tuning in Digital / Freeview Stations
- Tuning in Analogue TV
Stations (i.e. 1 - 5)
- Remote control buttons and their
functions
- TV buttons and their functions
- Connecting the power supply
- Connecting via HDMI
- Connecting via VGA (for PC mode)
- Connecting via SCART
- Connecting via TV In
- Connecting via Coax
- Connecting via YPbPr (Component)
- Changing Source
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DIGITAL TV MENU OPERATION
- Reviewing the channel list
- Deleting unwanted channels
- Parental locking of channel
- Create/Edit favourite channel list
- Search for new channels
- Re-installation of channels
- Setting / Changing Pin Code
- Common Interface Port
- Using Electronic Program Guide
- Using Digital TV teletext
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TV MENU OPERATION
PICTURE SETTINGS
- Adjusting Brightness
- Adjusting Contrast
- Adjusting Colour
- Adjusting Sharpness
SOUND SETTINGS
- Adjusting Balance
- Adjusting Audio Preset
- Adjusting Bass & Treble
TUNING SETTINGS
- Fine tuning
- Name/Rename Channels
- Deleting unwanted channels
- Manual tuning
- Changing channel position
- Changing country settings
- Auto search
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TV MENU OPERATION - CONTINUED
GENERAL SETTINGS
- Adjusting Blue Screen
- Noise Reduction
- Adjusting Input Source
- Adjusting Picture Format
- Reset to factory settings
TELETEXT OPERATION - TV MODE
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PC OPERATION
- Connecting to a PC
PC PICTURE SETTINGS
- Adjusting Brightness
- Adjusting Contrast
- Adjusting Colour Settings
PC SCREEN SETTINGS
- Auto configuration of screen
- Adjusting Horizontal Position
- Adjusting Vertical Position
- Adjusting Phase
- Adjusting Clock
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DVD MENU OPERATION
SYSTEM SET UP
- Adjusting TV System
- Adjusting Picture Format
- Returning to Default
AUDIO SET UP
- Adjusting Audio Out
- Adjusting Tone
DIGITAL SET UP
- Adjusting Dynamic Range
- Adjusting the Sound
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GENERAL INFORMATION
- Removing the stand
- Wall mounting the TV
- Connecting a games console
- Using with Sky Digital
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Technical Specifications
- Helpline and Warranty Information
- Index
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If you experience any problems with this Television,
Please contact the helpline.
Customer Support/Technical Helpline
Sky Media UK LTD
Telephone: 0871 2000 463
Email: service@skymediauk.co.uk
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WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE BOX
Accessories
Included with this TV are the following accessories:
1x - User Guide Book
1x - Remote control
1x - RF lead
2x - AAA batteries
1x - Quick Start Guide
Please save your packaging as you will need this in the event
of warranty/service repair or support. We are unable to carry out
warranty/service if you are unable to package it correctly. The safest way
to package your item in the event of warranty/service repair
is in it’s original box/packaging.
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GETTING STARTED - INITIAL SET UP
IMPORTANT - AFTER TUNING DO NOT PRESS ANY BUTTONS FOR 20 SECONDS SO THE CHANNEL
INFORMATION CAN BE STORED.
TUNING IN DIGITAL TV (FREEVIEW)
IMPORTANT — Please ensure the TV has
reached room temperature before
connecting the power for the first time
1) Connect the mains lead to your electrical outlet
and switch on the TV using the switch next to
where the power cable goes into the TV
If you do not see the Initial Setup Screen, follow
the below:
5) Ensure the TV is in DVB mode (press
[SOURCE] on remote control and select DVB)
DVB
TV
S-VIDEO
SCART
YPBPR
HDMI
DVD
PC-RGB
2) Connect the RF Cable supplied to the
'RF IN' on the rear of the TV and connect
the other end of the cable to your TV Aerial outlet
6) Press the button labelled ‘DVB-MENU’ on remote
control to access settings menu,
Scroll to ‘Channel Search’ and press [OK].
3) Install batteries in the remote control and press
the [POWER] button to turn on the TV.
The ‘Initial Set up-DVBT/Freeview TV’ menu should
now appear. If it does not, please go to step 5.
4) Press [OK] on the remote control whilst ‘Confirm’
is highlighted on screen.
7) The above will appear press [OK] to start search
Auto tune will now take place and set up is complete.
Tuning will now take place. Once it has finished
tuning is complete.
Important - Due to signal strength variations across the UK for Digital TV, please note that not all of the
channels/services may be available in your region.
Over the coming months as coverage increases, more services and channels may become available.
Every few months, follow point 5 to re-scan for new channels/services,
In the event of poor reception in either Analogue TV or Digital TV (DVB) it may be necessary to install a signal
‘booster’ to enhance reception. For Digital/Freeview TV (DVB) you may need to upgrade your aerial to a High
Gain Digital version.
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GETTING STARTED - INITIAL SET UP
TUNING IN ANALOGUE TV
IMPORTANT — If you do not have Digital TV
(Freeview) in your area or wish to tune in via
the analogue signal please follow the below.
After tuning is complete the below screen will appear.
1) First you must switch the TV to "TV" mode
Press [SOURCE]
The Source Menu will appear
DVB
TV
S-VIDEO
SCART
YPBPR
HDMI
DVD
PC-RGB
You may wish to change the order of the channels.
5) Press [RED] button to select the channel you wish
to move.
2) Using these buttons
highlight 'TV'
6) Using these buttons
move to the location
where you would like
this channel
7) Press [OK] to confirm
location.
3) Press [OK]
The following should now appear if it does not
please refer to the Manual
4) "Yes" should be highlighted
Press [OK]
The TV channels will now tune in.
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The channel is now moved.
Repeat this process until all the channels are in
the order which you would like them.
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REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS
Press to display the source menu
Digital mode
Digital mode: Exit the DVB menu.
DVD mode: Stop the DVD playing.
Analogue mode: press to select NICAM.
DVD mode: press to select DVD audio channels.
Teletext mode: press to enter the teletext mode.
DVD mode: press to play a DVD program in fast
rewind mode.
Digital mode: press to display FAV menu.
Teletext mode: press hold on or off for current page
display.
DVD mode: press to play a DVD program in fast
forward mode
DVD mode:
Digital mode: decrease fav channel.
DVD mode: press to goto in DVD.
Digital mode: increase fav channel.
DVD mode: select different angle of DVD
Teletext mode: request the index page.
DVD mode: press to reply the current program from
the previous chapter.
OK
Teletext mode: change the display size.
DVD mode: press to advance forward to the next
chapter.
Teletext mode:
DVD mode: select the zoom of DVD playback.
Teletext mode: Sub coded page access
Digital Mode: To switch dialogue on/off at the
bottom of the screen.
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TV BUTTONS
TV BUTTONS
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Displays the source menu
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OSD (On Screen Display) Menu
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Channel down/Scroll down
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Channel up/Scroll up
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Volume down/Left orientation
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Volume up/Right orientation
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Power ON/OFF from standby
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Remote Control Receiver
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Power LED Indicator
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DVD - Stop
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DVD - Play/Pause
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DVD - Eject
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SOURCE MENU
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P-
P+
V-
V+
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POWER
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INPUTS & CONNECTIONS
REAR CONNECTIONS
CI Port
HDMI
A
VGA SCART S-VIDEO YPBPR
B
C
HDMI
D
VGA
A
HDMI
HDMI input
B
VGA
VGA input
C
SCART
SCART
D
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO input
E
YPBPR
Component input
F
VGA AUDIO
PC Audio input
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YPBPR/S-VIDEO
YPbPr / S-video Audio
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RF IN
RF input
VGA AUDIO YPBPR/S-VIDEO RF IN
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SCART
F
G
H
S-VIDEO
YPBPR
VGA AUDIO
YPBPR/S-VIDEO
RF IN
AUDIO
Use to connect to TV
Aerial to receive
analogue TV or
Digital/Freeview
TV stations
Choosing Mode/Source
To switch between the different connections
is very easy.
1) Press [SOURCE] - The following will appear
2) Press [\/] or [/\] to select the input you
require.
3) Press [OK]
Connecting HD Ready Devices
There are two options for HD.
DVB
TV
S-VIDEO
SCART
YPBPR
HDMI
DVD
PC-RGB
1) By connecting via HDMI cable (not included)
– this provides both HD picture and sound.
2) By connecting via Component (YPbPr)
cable (not included) – this provides
HD picture. Source should be set to YPbPr.
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DIGITAL TV (FREEVIEW) MENU OPERATION
Within Digital TV (DVB) mode there is also
a channel settings menu. This is provided
so you can search for new channels,
change the picture format, create favourite
lists and apply a pin code to limit access.
Create/Edit Favourite List
You may wish to create a favourite list so you can
easily access the channels you enjoy.
The menu is very user friendly.
1) Press [DVB-MENU]
2) Press [\/] to select favourite list
3) Press [OK]
Channel List
1) Press [DVB-MENU]
2) Press [OK]
You can create favourite lists for up to 5 users
4) Press [\/] or [/\] to select the station you wish to add.
It will be highlighted in light blue.
5) Press [OK] to add
Repeat this process until you have added all the
channels you want
You can store up to 100 stations in the favourite list
6) Press [RED] to move the next Favourite list.
7) Press [DVB-MENU] twice to exit
To use the favourite list. Press [FAV] and select the
list you require to use.
This tells you various information about
each channel
To delete stations
Press [\/] or [/\] to select the station
Press [YELLOW] to delete the stations.
To lock stations
You may wish to lock channels so they
can’t be viewed - i.e. Adult content.
Press [\/] or [/\] to select the station
Press [BLUE] to lock the selected
channel
Enter the pin code and then press [OK]
See page 11 for ‘Pin Code’ function
3) Press [DVB-MENU] twice to exit
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Search for New Channels
Every so often new digital channels are launched.
You can search for these as follows.
1) Press [DVB-MENU]
2) Press [\/] twice to select Channel Search
3) Press [OK]
DVB-MENU
4) Press [OK] to start search
When it has finished it will return to digital TV
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DIGITAL TV (FREEVIEW) MENU OPERATION
System Settings
1) Press [DVB-MENU]
2) Press [\/] 3 times to select System
Settings
3) Press [OK]
First Time Installation
Common Interface Port
Pay per view services require a “smartcard” to be
inserted into the TV. If you subscribe to a pay per
view service the provider will issue you with a ‘CAM’
card “smartcard”. The CAM can then be inserted into
the COMMON INTERFACE PORT (see page 9).
To access the card follow the steps below.
1) Press [DVB-MENU]
First Time Installation/Reinstall
First Time Installation is highlighted,
Press [OK]. You will then
be prompted on screen. Press [<] to
highlight Confirm and then press [OK]
System Info
You may be asked by a service engineer
which version of software your TV has.
2) Press [\/] 4 times to select Common Interface
3) Press [OK]
Press [\/]
Press [OK]
Software version will now be displayed
on screen.
Setting / Changing Pin Code
Pin code is used for locking channels. You
may wish to change it to a memorable
number. Once changed it can only be reset
by switching the TV back to factory settings
(see page 17).
You will now see the above screen, if a card
is inserted it will be listed.
4) Press [OK] to access the card service.
Press [\/] twice
Press [OK]
Enter old pin code
(default is 888888)
Enter new pin code
Enter again
Press [OK] to confirm
Software update
This mode is so a service engineer can
perform software update, as default
it should be set to Auto.
4) After you have finished with this menu
press [DVB-MENU] twice to exit menu
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DIGITAL TV (FREEVIEW) MENU OPERATION
Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
The Electronic Program Guide (EPG) is
available in Digital TV mode. It is a 7 day
TV guide and provides information
about forthcoming programmes (where
supported by the broadcasted channel).
You can view the start and end time of all
programs and on all channels for the next
7 days.
Digital TV Teletext
With Digital TV (Freeview) there is also
digital teletext available on some
channels. Simply follow the on screen
commands. Here is an example
of the BBC digital teletext service.
1) To start digital teletext press RED
button.
It is very simple to operate.
1) Press [EPG]. The following will appear
2) Press [CH+] or [CH-] to select channel
you wish to see information about
3) Press [\/] or [/\] to move through
the programs for the day highlighted
4) Press [>] or [<] to move through
the days of the week
In the top right hand corner will appear
information about the program you have
selected
5) Press [DVB-MENU] to exit Electronic
Program Guide (EPG).
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2) To select the information you require
you can scroll using [\/] or [/\] and press
[OK] alternatively you can key the page
number for example [3][0][0] followed
by [OK]
You can then navigate using the colour
buttons (Red, Green, Yellow, Blue),
the [\/] [/\] buttons and numbers.
If you wish to exit at anytime press [TEXT]
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TV MENU OPERATION
PICTURE SETTINGS
Lets you adjust the brightness, contrast
colour and sharpness to enhance
the viewing experience.
Adjusting Brightness
Increase or decrease the brightness
of the picture
Adjusting Colour
Increase the colour from black and white to vivid.
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [\/] 3 times to select Colour
3) Then press [>] or [<] to increase or decrease
the Colour
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [\/] to select Brightness
3) Then press [>] or [<] to increase
or decrease the brightness
4) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
4) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Adjusting Contrast
Adjust the balance between black & white
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [\/] twice to select Contrast
3) Then press [>] or [<] to increase
or decrease the Contrast
Adjusting Sharpness
Increase or decrease the sharpness of the picture.
If you have a poor signal strength you should
reduce the sharpness to get a better picture.
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [\/] 4 times to select Sharpness
3) Then press [>] or [<] to increase or decrease
the Sharpness
4) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
4) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
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TV MENU OPERATION
SOUND SETTINGS
Lets you adjust the balance and audio
presets to enhance the viewing
experience.
Adjusting Balance
To switch the sound between the left and right
speakers
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to go to Sound menu
3) Press [\/] twice to select Balance
4) Then press [>] or [<] to increase or decrease
the balance
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Selecting Audio Preset
Switch between different preset sound options.
THEATRE – Provides live and full sound for
movies
MUSIC – Emphasises music over voices
VOICE – Emphasises voices over other sounds
PERSONAL – Selects your personal sound
settings
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to go to Sound menu
3) Press [\/] 3 times to select Audio Preset
4) Then press [>] or [<] to switch between
Theatre, Voice, Music, Personal.
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
If you select Personal you can now move down
highlight Bass or Treble and increase or
decrease using the [<] or [>].
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TV MENU OPERATION
TUNING SETTINGS
Tuning Program
You may wish to do some additional tuning
(for analogue channels only), in order to
improve the picture quality, move channels
around or connect via RF to a freeview box
or Sky digital.
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] twice to go to Tuning Menu
3) Press [\/] to select Tuning Program
4) Press [>] to enter menu
You are now in this menu. The following
can now be changed:
Skip
If there is a channel that you do not wish
to view you can add ‘Skip’ to that channel.
When you press P+ or P- it will skip past
this channel.
1) Press [\/] until Skip is highlighted and
2) Press [>] to change to ON
Automatic Frequency Control (AFC)
This lets the TV automatically fine tune to
a frequency. As default it should be ON.
1) Press [\/] until AFC is highlighted and
2) Press [>] to change to ON
Name/Rename Channels
This is to change the name of the channel
1) Press [\/] until Channel Name is
highlighted and Press [>] to enter name.
2) Press [\/] or [/\] to change the letters
and [>] to move to next letter.
Fine Tune
You may wish to improve the picture
quality on certain analogue channels.
1) Press [\/] until Fine Tune is highlighted and
2) Press [>] or [<] to adjust.
System
You may wish to alter the System that the TV
is set to if you wish to take the TV abroad.
The system for the UK should be set to I.
If you wish to tune to another country, please
contact the helpline and we can advise.
1) Press [\/] until System is highlighted and
2) Press [>] or [<] to change between the
different options.
Delete
You may wish to delete a channel if it has
not tuned in correctly or is repeated
1) Press [\/] until Delete is highlighted and
2) Press [>] to select. The Press [<] so
‘Yes’ is highlighted and Press [OK] to delete.
Manual Search
You may wish to manual search if you can’t find
a certain channel or if you wish to connect to
a Satellite/Cable box via RF/Aerial connector.
1) Press [\/] until Manual Search is highlighted
and Press [>] to enter menu.
2) Then Press [>] to scan downwards or
3) Press [\/] to move to scan upwards and
4) Press [>] to start.
5) Press [LCD-MENU] 3 times to exit.
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TV MENU OPERATION
Program Edit / Changing Analogue
Channel Position
You can change the analogue channel
position to suit your requirements.
1)
2)
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5)
Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
Press [>] twice to go to Tuning menu
Press [\/] twice to select Program Edit
Press [>] to enter menu
To swap an analogue channel
Press [RED]
6) Move to the location you would like to
place it
Press [OK]
Repeat the process with all analogue
channels.
Auto Search
Scan for all analogue channels based
on the current settings
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] twice to go to Tuning menu
3) Press [\/] 4 times to select Auto Search
4) Then press [OK]
5) Press [<] to highlight ‘OK’ and then Press [OK]
The TV will now tune in.
6) The program edit screen will now appear
7) Press [LCD-MENU] to exit
Changing Country Settings
If you are moving the TV to another
country you will need to change the region.
The TV’s default is UK.
7) To swap a channel Press [RED]
1)
2)
3)
4)
Move to the location you would like to place it
Press [OK]
Repeat the process with all analogue channels.
Press [LCD-MENU] to exit
Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
Press [>] twice to go to Tuning menu
Press [\/] 3 times to select Country
Then press [>] or [<] to change between
the countries
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
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TV MENU OPERATION
GENERAL SETTINGS
Adjusting Input Source
You may wish to change the input which is being used
Adjusting Blue Screen
Changes the background when there is no
input between clear and a blue
background
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] twice to go to General menu
3) Press [\/] 3 times to select Input Source
4) Then press [>] or [<] to change between
DVB, TV, SCART, YPBPR, HDMI, DVD, PC-RGB
1)
2)
3)
4)
Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
Press [>] twice to go to General menu
Press [\/] to select Blue Screen
Then press [>] or [<] to change
between on and off
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Adjusting Picture Format
You may wish to change picture format between 16:9
and 4:3.
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Noise Reduce
Reduces the interference in the picture
1)
2)
3)
4)
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] twice to go to General menu
3) Press [\/] 4 times to select Zoom
4) Then press [>] or [<] to change between 16:9
and 4:3
Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
Press [>] twice to go to General menu
Press [\/] twice to select Noise Reduce
Then press [>] or [<] to change
between LOW, MID, HIGH, OFF
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Reset
You may wish to reset the menus to factory settings
e.g. if you have forgotten a changed password
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] twice to go to General menu
3) Press [\/] 5 times to select Reset
4) Then press [>] to reset
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TELETEXT OPERATION
Teletext is a service offered by some
broadcasters.
Teletext Operation
1) Press [TEXT], after a few seconds
teletext page 100 should appear.
Here is an example of BBC1
2) You can now navigate to the page
you require in a number of ways:
a) Press the page you require using
the number buttons i.e. page 302,
by pressing [3][0][2]
b) Press the colour buttons, these will
take you to the page indicated at the
foot of the screen for each colour
c) Press [CH+] or [CH-] these will
take you to next page. i.e. if you
are on page 150 and you press
[PGDN] the page will switch to 149
3) To exit Teletext press [TEXT] twice
at any time
Other buttons
[SIZE] this increases or decreases the
size of the text on screen
[INDEX] some pages are more than one
page long this button displays
the number of pages
[REVEAL] if there is an answer or
something hidden this will display it
[SUBPAGE] displays the sub page
if it exists
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CONNECTING TO A PC - WINDOWS XP
IMPORTANT— Before connecting to
a PC you must ensure that the settings
of the PCs output are correct for the new
LCD Monitor.
4) Left mouse click on Settings, this screen will
appear. Check the Screen Resolution is set
to 1024 by 768 pixel. You can adjust the resolution
by moving the slider on screen.
You need to do the following with your
old monitor connected
1) Switch on your PC
2) When finished booting up, right click
your mouse anywhere on the screen,
this screen will appear
5) Left mouse click on Advance, this screen will
appear, click on tab called ‘Monitor’
3) left click your mouse on Properties,
this screen will appear
6) Left click on the drop down for Screen refresh rate
and select 60 Hertz.
7) Finally click Apply, then click Yes and the settings
will be saved.
8) Turn off your PC.
9) Connect up your LCD TV to your PC and switch on.
10) Switch on your PC, Windows will automatically
Install the LCD TV.
For Windows Vista operating system the process is very similar to the above.
If you require additional support please contact the helpline.
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PC MENU OPERATION (VGA)
Within PC mode there is an additional
menu. This can be operated in the
following way.
PC PICTURE SETTINGS
Adjusting Brightness
Increase or decrease the brightness
of the picture
Adjusting Colour Settings
In monitor mode the TV has two preset colour
settings 9300k and 6500k. There is also
‘USER’ where you can adjust yourself
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [\/] 3 times to select colour settings
3) Then press [<] or [>] to switch between
9300k, 6500k or USER.
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [\/] to select brightness
3) Then press [>] or [<] to increase
or decrease the brightness
When in USER mode you can move down
and highlight Red, Green or Blue and increase
or decrease using [<] or [>].
4) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Adjusting Contrast
Adjust the balance between black & white
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [\/] twice to select contrast
3) Then press [>] or [<] to increase
or decrease the contrast
4) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
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PC MENU OPERATION (VGA)
PC SCREEN SETTINGS
Auto Configuration of Screen
Lets you automatically configure the television
to be used as a computer monitor
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to select PC settings
3) Press [\/] to select Auto Config
4) Then press [>] for the TV to automatically
configure itself
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Horizontal Position
Changes the horizontal position of the picture
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to select PC settings
3) Press [\/] twice to select H-Position
4) Then press [>] or [<] to move the picture
to left or right
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Phase
To adjust delay time of phase in order to reduce
the noise of picture
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to select PC settings
3) Press [\/] 4 times to select Phase
4) Then press [>] or [<] to increase or decrease
the phase
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Clock
Alter this in order to reduce the noise within the picture
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to select PC settings
3) Press [\/] 5 times to select Clock
4) Then press [>] or [<] to increase or decrease
the clock
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
Vertical Position
Changes the vertical position of the picture
1) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to select PC settings
3) Press [\/] 3 times to select V-Position
4) Then press [>] or [<] to move the picture up
or down
5) Press [LCD-MENU] twice to exit
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DVD MENU OPERATION
DVD BASIC PLAY
1) Press [SOURCE]
DVB
TV
S-VIDEO
SCART
YPBPR
HDMI
DVD
PC-RGB
2) Select DVD
3) Press [OK]
4) Insert disc the correct way round (see image
on the side of TV)
Adjusting Picture Format
This lets you select the format of the picture that is
being shown between 16:9, 4:3 LetterBox and 4:3.
1) Press [DVD-SETUP] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to select TV System
3) Press [\/] to select TV Type
4) Press [>] to enter menu
5) Press [\/] or [/\] to highlight 4:3PS,
4:3LB or 16:9
6) Press [OK] to confirm
7) Press [DVD-SETUP] to exit
On screen will appear READING, once the disc
has been accepted it will start to play. If it does
not please refer to the frequency asked
questions at the rear of the manual.
Returning to Default
This lets you switch the DVD menus above
back to Default settings
Within DVD Mode there is an additional
menu. This can be operated in the
following way.
1) Press [DVD-SETUP] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to select TV System
3) Press [\/] to select Default
4) Press [>] to enter menu
5) Press [>] to highlight Yes
6) Press [OK] to confirm
SYSTEM SET UP
Adjusting TV System
Lets you adjust between NTSC, PAL,
AUTO (PAL is default for the UK)
1) Press [DVD-SETUP] to enter menu
2) Press [>] to select TV System
3) Press [>] to enter menu
4) Press [\/] or [/\] to highlight NTSC, PAL
or AUTO
5) Press [OK] to confirm
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6) Press [DVD-SETUP] to exit
7) Press [DVD-SETUP] to exit
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DVD MENU OPERATION
AUDIO SET UP
DIGITAL SET UP
Adjusting Tone
Lets you increase or decrease the Tone
of the sound
Adjusting Dynamic Range
This is the difference between the quietest and
loudest sounds. This setting works only with
DVD discs recorded in Dolby digital.
FULL: Set this to listen with the range recorded
on the disc.
4/8: Set this to listen with a range equivalent
to a normal television.
2/8: Set this to listen with a smaller difference
between the maximum and minimum volume.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Press [DVD-SETUP] to enter menu
Press [\/] to select Audio Set Up
Press [>] to enter menu
Press [\/] to select Tone
Press [>] to enter menu
Press [\/] or [/\] to increase or decrease
the tone
7) Press [OK] to confirm
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Press [DVD-SETUP] to enter menu
Press [\/] twice to select Digital Set Up
Press [>] to select Dynamic Range
Press [>] to enter menu
Press [\/] or [/\] to increase or decrease
the Dynamic range
6) Press [OK] to confirm
8) Press [DVD-SETUP] to exit
7) Press [DVD-SETUP] to exit
Adjusting the Sound
Lets you change the sound between Stereo,
Mono Left, Mono Right and Mixed Mono.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Press [DVD-SETUP] to enter menu
Press [\/] twice to select Digital Set Up
Press [>] to enter menu
Press [\/] to select Dual Mono
Press [>] to enter menu
Press [\/] or [/\] to switch between Stereo,
Mono L, Mono R and Mix Mono
7) Press [OK] to confirm
8) Press [DVD-SETUP] to exit
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WALL MOUNTING
IMPORTANT— BEFORE
DRILLING ANY HOLES IN THE
WALL ENSURE YOU ARE NOT
DRILLING WHERE THERE
COULD BE ANY ELECTRIC
WIRES, WATER OR GAS PIPES
THIS TV REQUIRES A VESA
100 WALL MOUNT, OR EQUIVALENT
Wall Mounting the TV.
1) Remove the four screws highlighted
below.
2) The wall mount can now be easily attached
to the mounting holes on the rear of the TV.
These holes are indicated in the picture below
100
To remove the stand
1) Remove the two screws highlighted
below
Important – Ensure the length
of screws included with your
wall mount that secure the
Wall Mount to the TV do not exceed
10 mm. Using longer screws could
cause irreparable damage to the TV
2) The stand will now come off
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CONNECTING A GAMES CONSOLE
Connecting a games console can
sometimes seem very difficult. We have
simplified it to three options depending
on the cables that you have.
Option 1 – Connecting via Scart
to AV adapter
If you are supplied with a cable from the
console which has YELLOW,
RED & WHITE connectors you must
connect via a SCART to AV adapter
(Some console include this)
Option 3 – Connecting via Component
cable
If you are supplied with a cable from the
console which has RED, GREEN, BLUE,
RED & WHITE connectors you must
connect via Component (for picture)
and by 3.5mm to phono cable (for sound).
TV Source should be set to Component.
TV source should be set to SCART.
*available separately
Option 2 – Connecting via HDMI cable
If you are supplied with a HDMI cable is
the easiest option. A HDMI cable can
output both video and audio and enables
you to enjoy digital-quality video and
audio with minimal loss of picture quality.
TV Source should be set to HDMI.
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USING WITH SKY DIGITAL
You may wish to use your TV with Sky
Digital.
USING WITH SKY DIGITAL REMOTE CONTROLS
(BSKYB) OR UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL
There are a number of connection options,
the best being connecting via SCART
cable.
You may wish to use your Sky Digital or a universal
remote control to operate some of the functions of this
TV. For this you require a ‘code’ that needs to be
programmed into your Sky Digital or universal remote
control.
Connecting via SCART
1) Connect the SCART cable from the Sky
Digital Box to SCART of the TV
2) Press [SOURCE]
3) Press [\/] or [/\] to select SCART
4) Press [OK]
The channel your Sky Digital box is
displaying will now be shown on the TV.
You may wish to share your Sky Digital
signal around the home by using an RF
connection. If this TV is to be connected
in this way, please follow the below.
For codes for universal remote controls, please visit
our website where you will find the very latest
information and codes.
For codes for Sky/Sky+Sky HD, please note that at the
point of manufacture, BSkyB have not launched the
code required for this model of TV. They are due to
launch a new remote control which should include the
necessary code to operate the functions of the TV
during late 2009 (called revision 9). The launch date
was not known at the time of printing this manual.
Please check our website for updates, alternatively,
see below some alternative options of remote controls
that are available.
Connecting via RF
Ensure the Sky signal is switched on,
before you start the below.
1) Connect the RF cable from the RF
output socket of the sky/cable box to
the ‘RF IN’ of the TV.
2) Press [LCD-MENU] to enter menu
3) Press [>] twice to select Tuning Menu
4) Press [\/] to select Tuning Program
One for All
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5) Press [OK] to enter menu
6) Press [>] to select the channel you
require your Sky on. Please select
a channel not in use i.e. channel 6.
7) Press [\/] 7 times to select Manual
Search
8) Press [>] to enter
9) Press [\/] to select Up.
10) Press [>] to start search.
11) Once tuned in, Press [LCD-MENU]
3 times to exit.
Sky Originals
The One for All remote controls shown above will operate
all of the functions of the Sky box in the same way the
original remote control will, in addition, they will also
operate the functions of this model of TV. The One for All
versions are available to purchase from the
helpline/website. The original Sky remote controls are
shown for comparison purposes
If you require any further information, you can contact us:
www.skymediauk.co.uk
email - service@skymediauk.co.uk
Tel - 0871 2000 463
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Question:
Solution:
I have tuned in Digital TV but
I am not receiving any or all of the
channels and/or the channels I receive
are breaking up
1) Check you are in an area that can
receive Freeview. Visit
www.freeview.co.uk or call
08701 111 270.
2) Check you have a suitable aerial.
Many indoor aerials will say they are
digital ready, but you will not get
a good signal
3) Consider purchasing a signal booster,
it is much cheaper than a digital aerial
and cures 70% of poor signal problems.
4) Failing the above for now use the
analogue TV, until the signal becomes
stronger in your area.
For best performance we recommend using an
outdoor hi-gain digital aerial. If you are receiving
some digital stations first try to connect a signal
booster in between the TV and TV aerial socket
The sound quality is high pitched?
Go into the sound settings menu as
shown earlier in the manual and increase
the level of the bass and decrease
the treble
I have inserted a disc but it is not playing
1) Ensure you have inserted put the disc
in facing the correct way forward
2) Ensure the disc is clean and is not
scratched
3) Some copied discs will not play.
The subtitles are switched on
when I am watching a DVD
Each time you press [Subtitles] button
you switch between the different languages.
Off is one of the options. If you still have
subtitles on, access through the DVD disc
menu and switch off
I have connected the TV to my VCR via
SCART but it is not recording
In addition to connecting via SCART, you
should connect the aerial cable from the
wall socket to VCR and another aerial
cable from the VCR to the TV
If you are still experiencing problems please contact the Helpline
Customer Support/Technical Helpline
Sky Media UK LTD
Telephone: 0871 2000 463
Email: service@skymediauk.co.uk
Visit our web site www.skymediauk.co.uk for further Trouble shooting
and frequently asked questions.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
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1 YPbPr, 1 S-Video, 1 HDMI,
1 x 3.5mm Audio jack for PC
1 x 3.5mm Audio jack for YPbPr/S-Video
1440x900
AC 100-240 ~ 50/60Hz 1.5A
1000:1
465mm(W) x 410mm(H) x 210mm(D) incl. stand
18.3”(W) x 16.1”(H) x 8.3”(D)
gross 6.2kgs, net 5.0kgs
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DVD
DVD Player
DVB-T
EPG, MHEG-5
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INDEX
Audio Preset
Auto configuration of screen
Auto search - TV
Balance
Bass & Treble
Blue Screen
Brightness
Brightness - PC
Changing channel position
Changing country settings
Changing Source
Clock
Colour
Colour Settings - PC Mode
Common Interface Port
Connecting the power supply
Connecting to a PC
Connecting via Coax
Connecting via HDMI
Connecting via SCART
Connecting via TV In
Connecting via VGA (for PC mode)
Connecting via YPbPr
Connecting a games console
Contrast
Contrast - PC
Create/Edit favourite channel list
Deleting unwanted channels
Deleting unwanted channels - Digital
Dynamic Range
Fine tuning
Frequently Asked Questions
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24
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Horizontal Position
Index
Input Source
Manual tuning - TV
Name/Rename Channels
Noise Reduction
Parental locking of channel
Phase
Picture Format
Re-installation of channels - Digital
Remote control buttons and their
functions
Removing the stand
Reset to factory settings
Returning to Default
Reviewing the channel list
Search for new channels - Digital
Setting / Changing Pin Code
Sharpness
Technical Specifications
Teletext Operation
Tone
Tuning in Analogue
TV Stations (i.e. 1 - 5)
Tuning in Digital / Freeview Stations
TV buttons and their functions
TV System
Using Electronic Program Guide
Using with Sky Digital
Vertical Position
Wall mounting the TV
What is included in the box
Picture Format
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