Philips 43PP9202 Specifications

Philips 43PP9202 Specifications
Rear-projection
HDTV Monitor
43PP9202
50PP9202
60PP9202
Product Highlights
• High-definition display—1080i/480p
• High-definition component video
and RGB+H/V inputs
• Active Control™
• Eye Fidelity
• APAC™ (Automatic Phosphor Aging
Compensation)
Features
• Multipoint digital convergence
• Protective screen filter
• Virtual Dolby® Surround
• Three-line digital comb filter
• Picture-in-picture
• Slim, upscale styling
• Home-cinema universal remote
with backlighting
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, and fully insert.
ATTENTION: Pour éviter les chocs électriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la fiche dans la
borne correspondante de la prise et pousser jusqu’au fond.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read before operating equipment
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one
wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades
and third grounding prong. The wide blade or third prong
are provided for your safety. When the provided plug does
not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement
of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has been spilled or objects have fallen into apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
This product may contain lead and mercury. Disposal of
these materials may be regulated due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please
contact your local authorities or the Electronic Industries
Alliance: www.eiae.org
16. Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be
serviced by qualified service personnel when:
A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged;
or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the
appliance; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance; or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure
damaged.
17. Tilt/Stability - All televisions must comply with recommended international global safety standards for tilt and stability
properties of its cabinet design.
• Do not compromise these design standards by applying
excessive pull force to the front, or top, of the cabinet which
could ultimately overturn the product.
• Also, do not endanger yourself, or children, by placing
electronic equipment/toys on the top of the cabinet. Such
items could unsuspectingly fall from the top of the set and
cause product damage and/or personal injury.
18. Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The appliance should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the
manufacturer.
19. Power Lines - An outdoor antenna should be located away
from power lines.
20. Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna is
connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage
surges and built up static charges.
Section 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA No.
70-1984, provides information with respect to proper
grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding
of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of
grounding connectors, location of antenna-discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for
the grounding electrode. See Figure below.
21. Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings.
Note to the CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides
guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close
to the point of cable entry as practical.
Example of Antenna Grounding
as per NEC - National Electric Code
GROUND CLAMP
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H)
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
FEATURES
Welcome/Registration of Your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Safety/Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–3
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
CONNECTING
TO YOUR TV
The Timer
Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Displaying the Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Setting the Timer’s Start Time and Stop Time . . . . . . . . .39
Selecting the Timer’s Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Setting the Timer’s Activate Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
ACCESSORY DEVICES
Panel Overviews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Connecting a VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Connecting a VCR and Cable Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Connecting and Using an Audio Hi-fi System
with Your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Connecting a Standard DVD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Connecting a DVD Player with Progressive-scan
Capability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Connecting an S-Video Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Connecting an HD Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Connecting a Camcorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Connecting and Using Headphones
with Your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
POWER
TV
VCR
SWAP
AutoLock™
Understanding AutoLock™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Setting up the AutoLock™ Access Code . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Using AutoLock™ to Block Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Using AutoLock™ to Block by Movie Rating . . . . . . . . .45
Using AutoLock™ to Block by TV Rating . . . . . . . . . . .46
Turning the AutoLock™ Blocking Control
on or off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Using AutoLock™ to Block Unrated Broadcasts . . . . . . .48
Using AutoLock™ to Block Broadcasts That
Have No Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Reviewing Your Current AutoLock™ Settings . . . . . . . . .50
Using the Closed Captioning Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Using the Picture-format Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Using Active Control™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
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ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
Programming the TV Remote to Work
with Accessory Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Using the Code-entry Method to Program Your
TV Remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Using the Search Method to Program Your
TV Remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Direct-entry Codes for A/V Accessory Devices . . . . . .19–20
Using the TV Remote with Accessory Devices . . . . . . . . .21
Using the AV and Source Select Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Using AutoSound™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Using AutoPicture™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Using AutoSurf™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Using Program List and Alternate Channel (A/CH) . . . . . .26
Using the Sleep Timer Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
DN
SOUND
STATUS/
EXIT
UP
PICTURE
MENU/
SELECT
ABC APPENDIXES
ppendixes
Appendix A: Compatibility Information
for the TV’s High-definition Inputs . . . . . . . . .54
Appendix B: Model Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
Appendix C: Selecting the HD INPUT-AV 4 Color Space . . .56
GENERAL INFORMATION
Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Glossary of Television Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Factory Service Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61–62
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
USING THE ONSCREEN SUBMENUS
PICTURE
QUICK USE AND SETUP GUIDE
Adjusting the Picture Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Setting the Eye Fidelity Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Setting the Dynamic Contrast Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Refer to the simple Quick Use and Setup
Guide (supplied with your TV) for details
on the following:
Quick Use and Setup Guide
CONTENTS
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Partner, Philips
Consumer Electronics
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product meets the
Energy Star® guidelines
for energy efficiency.
Energy Star® is a U.S.
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Important Notice/Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Making Basic TV Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–2
Operating the Television and Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–3
Using the Installation Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–6
Using the Picture-in-Picture (PIP) Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–7
Adjusting the Manual Converge Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Rear-projection
HDTV Monitor
IMPORTANT
NOTE: This owner's manual is used with several
different television models. Not all features (and
drawings) discussed in this manual will necessarily match those found with your television set.
This is normal and does not require that you contact your dealer or request service.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK
HAZARD DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO
RAIN OR EXCESSIVE MOISTURE.
MAKING BASIC TV CONNECTIONS
BEST VIEWING
• Basic TV connections
SOUND
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he major benefit of this projection television is its large viewing screen. To see this large screen at its best, test various
locations in the room to find the optimum spot for viewing.
NOTE: Be sure to allow a free flow of air to and from the perforated back cover of the set.
CABLES AND CONNECTORS
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• Television and remote-control operation
Adjusting the Treble, Bass, and
Balance Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Using the AVL (Audio Volume Leveler) Control . . . . . . . .32
Selecting the Surround-sound Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Selecting the Stereo/Mono Sound Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Selecting the SAP (Second Audio Program) Feature . . . . .35
Using the Bass Boost Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
f you are new to making TV hookups, you may want to read
this section. (The cables and connectors discussed are not supplied with your set. You can buy them at most stores that sell
audio or video products. Or call our Customer Care Center at
1-800-531-0039.)
This publication provides you with examples of basic connections.
See pages 6–15 in the Directions for Use manual for more information and connection examples.
A 75-ohm coaxial cable connects signals
from an antenna or a cable TV company
to the antenna jack on the back of the TV.
Coaxial cables use “F” connectors.
A two-way signal splitter enables you to
take a single antenna or cable TV signal
and supply it to two different inputs.
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• Onscreen menu controls
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• How to use the installation features.
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Magnetic fields, such as those of external speakers, may cause the picture to distort if the speakers are placed too close to the television. Move
the magnetic field source away from the TV until
there is no picture distortion.
A 300- to 75-ohm twin-lead
adapter accepts the antenna
cables (called twin-lead wires)
from an antenna, allowing you
to connect the antenna signal to
the TV.
video (composite) and red and white for the right
and left audio channels, respectively. Use an audio
cable with a white connector when making mono,
or nonstereo, connections. The connectors of
video cables used to connect component video or
RGB (high-resolution) jacks are often color coded
red, green, and blue. Component video connections provide you with the highest possible color
and picture resolution.
An S-Video cable connects
devices such as DVD players,
VCRs, or camcorders to your
TV. S-Video provides better picture performance
than regular (composite) video connections. SVideo cables can be used only with S-Video-compatible accessory devices.
Video and audio cables
with standard RCA
(phono) connectors connect the video and audio
jacks of accessory
devices such as VCRs
and DVD players to the
jacks on the TV.
To simplify making connections, the connectors
are usually color coded. The jacks on your TV are
likewise color coded to match the colors of the
connectors. The coding is as follows: yellow for
CABLE TV
his section shows you how to make a basic TV connection
using a cable TV or antenna signal.
If you have cable TV service, you’ll simply connect the coaxial
cable lead-in from the cable TV company to your TV. If you intend
to connect a VHF/UHF antenna, you may need a 300- to 75-ohm
adapter, which is not supplied with your TV.
NOTE: You should be able to buy optional accessories such as a
VHF/UHF antenna or a 300- to 75-ohm adapter at most stores
that sell electronics. Or you can call our Customer Care Center
at 1-800-531-0039.
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To avoid cabinet warping, cabinet color changes,
and increased chance of set failure, do not place
the TV where temperatures can become excessively
hot—for example, in direct sunlight or near a
heating appliance.
Connect the Cable TV or antenna signal to the
ANTENNA IN 75Ω jack on the rear of the TV.
NOTE: If you are using an antenna with a round coaxial
cable (75Ω), then you are ready to connect to the back of
the TV. If your antenna has a flat, twin-lead wire (300Ω),
you must first attach the antenna wires on a 300- to 75ohm adapter. Then push the round end of the adapter onto
the ANTENNA IN 75Ω jack on the rear of the TV.
Insert the TV’s power plug into the wall power outlet.
Cable TV
Company
Coaxial Cable
Lead-in from
Cable TV Company
1
Coaxial Cable
OR
Rear of TV
HD INPUT-AV 4
G/Y
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ANTENNA IN 75Ω
OUTPUT
INPUT-AV 1
INPUT-AV 2
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300- to 75-ohm
Adapter
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
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B/Pb
VIDEOS-VIDEO
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SYNC
AUDIO
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Twin-lead Wire
AUDIO
AUDIO
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Outdoor or Indoor Antenna
(Combination VHF/UHF)
The combination antenna receives normal
broadcast channels 2-13 (VHF) and 14-69 (UHF).
Coaxial Cable
Lead-in from Antenna
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Items Included with This TV
As you unpack your TV, please note that this Directions for Use
manual contains safety-tip information and Factory Service
Center locations, as well as a Warranty Registration Card,
remote control, and batteries for use with the remote control.
Please take a few minutes to complete your registration card. The
serial number for the TV is on the rear of the set.
Refer to the back of this manual for instructions in the cleaning
and care of the TV.
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FEATURES
interlaced mode also helps smooth out jagged lines sometimes seen
on curved and angled surfaces.
High-definition component video inputs allow you to connect
High-definition signals to the TV (HD INPUT-AV 4 only). The
result is superb color purity, crisp color detail, and reduced color
noise. Your set provides separate HD inputs for YPbPr/RGB+H/V.
The RGB+H/V input option offers more flexibility in connections.
Hi-fi stereo system, including a built-in audio amplifier and a twin
speaker system. The system enables you to hear stereo sound or
Second Audio Program (SAP) bilingual broadcasts when they are
available.
Home-cinema universal remote control operates your TV set and
other devices that work by infrared remote control, such as VCRs,
cable converter boxes, satellite receivers, and others. Note: You
may need to program the remote to work with devices other than
the TV. See pages 16–21.
Incredible Surround™ enhances stereo programs by making the
sound broader and fuller.
Onscreen menu shows the TV controls and allows you adjust or set
those controls (can be viewed in American English, French, or
Spanish).
Picture-in-picture (PIP) allows you to monitor one video source
while watching another. You can swap the main and secondary pictures, or position the PIP window in any screen corner.
Program List displays a list of your favorite channels at the press
of a button. You can scroll through the list, highlight a favorite
channel, and tune to the channel.
Protective screen filter helps prevent accidental damage to the delicate front lenticular screen. Anyone with children or pets knows
accidents can happen in the home—especially when parents aren’t
watching. The protective screen filter is specifically formulated by
Philips for HD displays to protect your investment while giving the
best possible picture.
Sleep Timer automatically turns the TV off after a set amount of
time of your choice.
Standard broadcast (VHF/UHF) or cable TV (CATV) channel
capability, as well as advanced capability for high-definition video.
Three-line comb filter provides improved chroma/luminance separation to the picture. Offering vertical-edge enhancement and virtually no “dot crawl,” this filter easily supports the demands of DVD
players and other advanced high-resolution video sources.
Active Control™ continuously measures and corrects all incoming
signals to provide the best picture settings. This feature provides a
sharp and virtually noise-free picture any time, from any NTSC
source. NTSC is the National Television Standards Committee format devised in the 1940s for TV broadcast analog video signals
(525 lines: 30 Hz).
Alternate Channel (A/CH) button allows you to switch back and
forth between the currently viewed channel and the previously
viewed channel.
Automatic Phosphor Aging Compensation (APAC™) works
with the set’s Automatic Format feature to prevent screen burn left
by nonmoving images. Periodically, APAC™ automatically shifts
your television picture in very small increments, but in increments
large enough to blur image retention. APAC™ is like a screen
saver for your TV.
Audio/video jacks allow direct connections with VCRs and other
accessories for quality TV picture and sound playback. Component
video input jacks are provided for high-fidelity color and picture
resolution when using digital video source material, such as a
DVD.
Audio Volume Leveler (AVL) control keeps the TV’s sound at an
even level. Peaks and valleys that occur during program changes
or commercial breaks are reduced, making for a more consistent,
comfortable sound.
AutoChron™ automatically sets the right time of day and maintains it with digital precision through brownouts, power failures,
and even Daylight Savings Time adjustments.
AutoLock™ protects young children from objectionable programming with V-chip technology.
Automatic Format automatically detects the incoming signal’s
format and adjusts it to fill the screen. Also, your remote control
has a Format button that allows you to select the picture format
you want to see.
AutoPicture™ allows you to push a button and adapt your TV’s
picture to various types of programs, such as sports, movies, and
multimedia (games).
AutoSound™ allows you to select from three factory-set controls
and a personal control that you set according to your own preferences through the onscreen Sound submenu. The three factory-set
controls—Voice, Music, and Theatre—enable you to tailor the TV
sound to enhance the particular programming you are watching.
AutoSurf™ allows you to easily switch among only the channels
that are of interest to you. You can program up to 10 channels into
the TV’s AutoSurf™ memory through the onscreen display.
Channel Edit allows you to add or remove channels from the list
of channels stored in the TV’s memory. Channel Edit makes it
easy to limit or expand the number of channels that are available
to you when you press the CH +/– buttons on your remote control.
Closed Captioning allows you to read TV program dialog or
voice conversations as onscreen text.
Virtual Dolby* Surround (referred to as DOLBY VIRTUAL in
the onscreen submenu) uses two speakers to simulate the surround effect produced by a multichannel system.
Dynamic Contrast helps you sharpen the picture quality by making the contrast between the dark and bright picture areas more
noticeable as the image on screen changes.
Eye Fidelity gives you a choice between two different picturescanning techniques—progressive and interlaced. Progressive scan
doubles the number of visible picture lines per field by displaying
all picture frame lines at once, eliminating line flicker. The interlaced mode provides for a double vertical display (interlaced) of
progressive scan, which reduces annoying motion artifacts. The
As an Energy Star® Partner, Philips Consumer Electronics has
determined this product meets the Energy Star® guidelines for
energy efficiency. Energy Star® is a U.S. registered mark. Using
products with the Energy Star® label can save energy. Saving
energy reduces air pollution and lowers utility bills.
Active Control, APAC, AutoPicture, AutoSound, AutoSurf, and Incredible
Surround are trademarks of Philips Consumer Electronics North America.
Copyright 2002 Philips Consumer Electronics.
*Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
End-of-life Disposal
Your new projection television and its packaging contain materials
that can be recycled and reused. Specialized companies can recycle your product to increase the amount of reusable materials and
minimize the amounts that need to be properly disposed. The batteries used by your product should not be thrown away when
depleted but should be handed in and disposed of as small chemical waste. Please find out about the local regulations concerning
how to dispose of your old television, batteries, and packaging
materials whenever it is time to replace them.
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Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
PANEL OVERVIEWS
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ou can connect a wide range of video and
audio devices to your TV, in various ways.
The pages that follow contain connection examples. See pages 1 and 2 of the Quick Use and
Setup Guide that came with your set for basic
connections, and page 6 of that publication for
a Picture-in-Picture (PIP) connection example.
Also refer to the directions-for-use manual for
each accessory device.
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Rear of TV
HD INPUT-AV 4
1
ANTENNA IN 75Ω
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OUTPUT
INPUT-AV 1
INPUT-AV 2
Y
VIDEO
What You Can Connect
to the Panel Jacks
ANTENNA IN 75Ω jack—use to connect radio-frequency (RF) signals from
VHF/UHF antennas or a cable system.
These are 480i signals.
HD INPUT-AV 4—use to connect digital equipment with a 1080i or a 480p signal output, such as high-definition
receivers (1080i or 480p) or DVD players (480p) You can connect equipment
with YPbPr component video or RGB
outputs to the HD INPUT-AV 4 jacks. H
and V Sync connections may or may not
be required for RGB connections. (See
pages 54 and 56.)
NOTE: HD INPUT-AV4 does not function with the PIP feature.
YPbPr (component video input [CVI]
jacks)—compatible with 480i signals
only. Use to connect accessories having
component video outputs, such as DVD
players, laser-disc players, video-game
players, satellite receivers, or other
devices. (See page 54.) Use the
INPUT-AV 1 L(eft) and R(ight) AUDIO
jacks for sound connections.
S-VIDEO (super video) jacks—compatible with 480i signals only. Use to
connect accessories having Super VHS
(S-VHS) outputs, such as VCRs, DVD
players, laser-disc players, video-game
players, or other devices.
VIDEO (composite) jacks (INPUT-AV 1,
INPUT-AV 2, and TV’s side jack
panel)—compatible with 480i signals
only. Use to connect accessories having
composite video outputs, such as VCRs,
video-game players, or other devices.
AUDIO inputs (INPUT-AV 1,
INPUT-AV 2, and TV’s side jack
panel)—use to connect from the audio
output jacks on VCRs, DVDs, or other
accessories.
OUTPUT (VIDEO/AUDIO)—compatible with 480i signals only. Use to connect to a VCR to record programs from
the TV. Or use the AUDIO outputs to
connect to an audio hi-fi system.
n Headphone jack—use to connect
headphones for personal listening.
5
5 7
S-VIDEO
Pb
L
B/Pb
L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
V
SYNC
H
R
4 6
R/Pr
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
Pr
G/Y
L
AUDIO
R
3 6 4
6
Summary of signal compatibilities
Input jacks on TV
Compatible output signal
from an external source
or device
ANTENNA IN 75Ω, INPUT AV-1,
INPUT AV-2, and side jack panel
480i (480 lines, interlaced)
HD INPUT-AV 4
480p (480 lines, progressive scan) or
1080i (1080 lines, interlaced)
HELPFUL HINTS
Side Jack Panel
5
4
G
6
8
NOTE: The
TV recognizes
the side jack
panel as AV3.
6
• Signals connected to the HD INPUT-AV 4
inputs will provide you with the best picture. Examples of sources for such signals
are a progressive-scan DVD player (480p)
or an HD receiver (1080i or 480p) with
YPbPr or RGB outputs. The 1080i signals
will provide you with the best picture possible. Devices with RGB outputs may or
may not have H and V sync outputs to connect to the HD INPUT-AV 4 H and V
SYNC inputs (see page 54). Instructions
for selecting the TV’s color space (YPbPr
or RGB) are on page 56.
• Among the 480i-compatible inputs
(ANTENNA IN 75Ω, INPUT AV-1,
INPUT AV-2, and the side jack panel
[AV3]), you will get the best picture from
the component video inputs (labeled
YPbPr). The S-Video inputs will provide
the next-best level of picture quality.
• The CVI signal source cannot be displayed
in the PIP window.
c CHECK IT OUT
The side jack-panel inputs are convenient for
connecting a camcorder. See page 14.
Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
CONNECTING A VCR
T
he TV’s audio/video (AV) input jacks provide
for direct picture and sound connections
between the TV and accessory devices such as
VCRs, DVD players, and others that have AV output jacks.
This example, which uses the INPUT-AV 1 jacks,
shows you one way you can connect a VCR to
your TV.
Refer to the directions-for-use manual for your
VCR for further information on connections.
To make the connections shown in this example,
you will need:
• one coaxial cable (75Ω)
• one cable for a video connection (standard
RCA connector)
• two cables for audio connections (standard
RCA connectors) (only one cable is needed for
a nonstereo VCR).
NOTE: The cables are not supplied with your TV.
You should be able to buy them at most stores
that sell electronics. Or you can call our
Customer Care Center at 1-800-531-0039
Rear of TV
3
2
4
R/Pr
OUTPUT
INPUT-AV 1
Y
VIDEO
INPUT-AV 2
B/Pb
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
Pb
L
V
L
L
L
SYNC
AUDIO
Pr
AUDIO
AUDIO
Coaxial Cable
Lead-in from
Cable TV Company
or VHF/UHF Antenna
H
R
Rear of VCR*
R
R
1
AUDIO
ANT
IN
L
OUT
IN
R
VIDEO
OUT
OUT
IN CH3 CH4
* (Example: Philips VCR
model VR674CAT)
HELPFUL HINT
AV1
Connect a cable TV or antenna signal to
the ANT IN jack on the rear of the VCR.
Connect from the OUT jack on the rear
of the VCR to the ANTENNA IN 75Ω
jack on the rear of the TV.
POWER
Connect the VIDEO OUT jack on the
rear of the VCR to the INPUT AV1
VIDEO jack on the rear of the TV.
Connect the audio output R(ight) and
L(eft) jacks on the rear of the VCR to the
INPUT-AV 1 AUDIO jacks on the rear of
the TV.
NOTE: If the VCR is a mono (nonstereo)
unit, connect only the left audio cable,
which usually has a white connector.
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
5
6
G/Y
ANTENNA IN 75½
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
HD INPUT-AV 4
Press the AV button on the remote control as many times as necessary to select
the AV1 source.
CH
VOL
Turn the VCR on and press PLAY to
view a videotape on the TV.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
5
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
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PIP
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To simplify making connections, audio and
video cables often have color-code connectors. The jacks on your TV are likewise
color coded to match the connectors. The
coding is as follows:
• Yellow for video (composite)
• Red for the right audio channel
• White for the left audio channel
NOTE: If your VCR is mono (nonstereo), you will connect only one audio
cable. You must ensure that the TV is set
to MONO for the signal source to which
you’ve connected the VCR (INPUT-AV 1,
INPUT-AV2, or the side panel inputs
[AV3]). Otherwise, you will receive
sound from only one of the TV’s speakers. See page 34.
c CHECK IT OUT
See pages 6 and 7 of the Quick Use and
Setup Guide for information on using the
Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature. Various PIP
connections are possible. The VCR connection option shown in the Quick Use and
Setup Guide will allow you to use the VCR
as a second, dedicated tuner for viewing
channels in the PIP window. Also note that
the PIP SWAP button on your remote control
allows you to switch the main and PIP pictures on screen.
Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
CONNECTING A VCR AND CABLE BOX
P
resented here is a connection example
involving a VCR and cable box.
Refer to the VCR’s directions-for-use manual
for further information on connections.
To make the connections in this example, you
will need:
• one, two-way signal splitter
• two coaxial cables (75Ω)
• one cable for a video connection (standard
RCA connector)
• two cables for audio connections (standard
RCA connectors) (only one cable is needed
for connection to a nonstereo VCR).
NOTE: The cables are not supplied with your
TV. You should be able to buy them at most
stores that sell electronics. Or you can call
our Customer Care Center at 1-800-531-0039.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Rear of TV
5
3
HD INPUT-AV 4
G/Y
ANTENNA IN 75½
6
R/Pr
OUTPUT
INPUT-AV 1
Y
INPUT-AV 2
B/Pb
VIDEO
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
Pb
L
V
L
L
L
SYNC
AUDIO
Pr
AUDIO
AUDIO
H
R
R
R
Rear of VCR*
4
AUDIO
ANT
IN
L
IN
R
VIDEO
OUT
OUT
IN CH3 CH4
* (Example: Philips
VCR model
VR674CAT)
Rear of Cable Box
Connect a cable TV signal to a twoway signal splitter.
AV1
Two-way
Signal
Splitter
Connect one of the two-way signal
splitter outputs to the INPUT on the
cable box.
INPUT
2
Connect the other two-way signal
splitter output to the ANTENNA IN
75Ω on the rear of the TV.
1
Connect from the cable box OUTPUT jack to the ANT IN jack on the
rear of the VCR.
TV
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
Connect the AUDIO OUT R(ight)
and L(eft) jacks on the VCR to
INPUT-AV 1 AUDIO jacks on the rear
of the TV.
NOTE: If the VCR is a nonstereo unit,
connect only the left audio cable,
which usually has a white connector.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
CH
VOL
Press the AV button on the remote
control as many times as necessary
to select the AV1 source.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
7
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
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Coaxial Cable Lead-in from
Cable TV Company
HELPFUL HINT
POWER
Connect the VIDEO OUT jack on
the VCR to the INPUT-AV 1 VIDEO
jack on the rear of the TV.
Turn the VCR on and push PLAY to
view a videotape.
OUTPUT
To simplify making connections, the connectors on audio and video cables are often
color coded. The jacks on your TV are likewise color coded to match the connectors.
The coding is as follows:
• Yellow for video (composite)
• Red for the right audio channel
• White for the left audio channel
NOTE: If your VCR is mono (nonstereo), you will connect only one audio
cable. You must ensure that the TV is set
to MONO for the signal source to which
you’ve connected the VCR (INPUT-AV 1,
INPUT-AV2, or the side panel inputs
[AV3]). Otherwise, you will receive
sound from only one of the TV’s speakers. See page 34.
Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
CONNECTING AND USING AN AUDIO HI-FI SYSTEM WITH YOUR TV
Y
ou can use your TV’s AUDIO OUTPUT jacks
to connect to an external audio hi-fi system.
Follow the simple steps below.
To make these connections, you will need two
cables for audio connections (standard RCA).
NOTE: The cables are not supplied with your TV.
You should be able to buy them at most stores
that sell electronics. Or you can call our
Customer Care Center at 1-800-531-0039.
HD INPUT-AV 4
G/Y
Rear of TV
R/Pr
ANTENNA IN 75½
OUTPUT
INPUT-AV 1
INPUT-AV 2
Y
B/Pb
VIDEO
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
Pb
L
V
L
L
L
SYNC
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
Pr
H
R
R
R
1
BEGIN
AUX/TV INPUT
1
2
L
R
Connect from the L(eft) and R(ight)
AUDIO OUTPUT jacks on the rear of the
TV to the L(eft) and R(ight) AUX/TV
INPUT jacks on the rear of the hi-fi system.
Rear
of Hi-fi
PHONO INPUT
See the section below on using the
AUDIO OUT control.
A
fter connecting the TV’s AUDIO OUTPUT
jacks to the AUDIO INPUT jacks on an
external hi-fi system, set the AUDIO OUT
control in the SOUND submenu to either
VARIABLE or FIXED to determine whether
you adjust the volume at the TV or at the
external hi-fi system. To change the volume at
the TV using the TV’s remote control, you must
select VARIABLE. To adjust the volume at the
stereo using the hi-fi’s controls, you must
select FIXED. You can also use the SPEAKERS control in the SOUND submenu to turn
the TV’s speakers off.
SOUND
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
SOUND
POWER
INCR . SURROUND
HEADPHONE
STEREO
SAP
AUDIO OUT
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
once to highlight SOUND.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the SOUND submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
repeatedly until AUDIO OUT is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING LEFT or
RIGHT to set the AUDIO OUT to
either VARIABLE or FIXED.
If you want to turn the TV’s internal speakers off, press the CURSOR RING DOWN repeatedly until
SPEAKERS is highlighted. Then
press the CURSOR RING LEFT or
RIGHT to turn the speakers off.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
TV
7
5
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
30
3
FIXED
OR
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
AUDIO OUT
MUTE
2,4,
6
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
1
VARIABLE
SOUND
HEADPHONE
STEREO
SAP
AUDIO OUT
SPEAKERS
OFF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
PIP
OR
SPEAKERS
ON
HELPFUL HINT
The sound outputs from the TV to an external hi-fi system are not affected or tailored
by the TREBLE, BASS, BALANCE, AVL,
INCR. SURROUND, and BASS BOOST
controls in the TV’s SOUND submenu.
9
Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
CONNECTING A STANDARD DVD PLAYER
C
omponent video inputs allow the highest possible color and picture resolution in the playback of digital signals, such as those of DVD
players. The color difference signals (Pb, Pr) and
the luminance (Y) signal are connected and
received separately. The result is better color
bandwidth information than is possible with composite video (labeled VIDEO on your TV’s jack
panel) or S-Video connections.
To make the connections shown in this example,
you will need:
• three cables for video connections (standard
RCA connectors)
• two cables for audio connections (standard
RCA connectors).
NOTE: The cables are not supplied with your TV.
You should be able to buy them at most stores
that sell electronics. Or you can call our
Customer Care Center at 1-800-531-0039.
1
2
B/Pb
VIDEO
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
Pb
V
L
L
L
SYNC
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
Pr
H
R
R
R
Rear of DVD Player*
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
1
PCM-MPEG2-Dolby Digital-DTS
1
2
2
R
COAXIAL
OPT OUT
SUB WF OUT
L
AUDIO OUT
(CVBS)
VIDEO OUT
PR/CR
PB/CB
Y
VIDEO OUT
(Y/C)
S-VIDEO OUT
*(Example: Philips DVD model DVD712)
HELPFUL HINTS
CVI
POWER
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
Connect the AUDIO OUT L(eft) and
R(ight) jacks from the DVD player to the
INPUT-AV 1 AUDIO jacks on the rear of
the TV.
Turn the DVD player on and press
PLAY to view the DVD program on the
TV.
INPUT-AV 2
Y
L
Connect the YPbPr (component)
VIDEO OUT jacks from the DVD player
to the INPUT-AV 1 YPbPr (component
video) jacks on the rear of the TV.
NOTE: The INPUT-AV 1 YPbPr jacks
will accept 480i (interlaced) output signals only. The connection example on this
page assumes the use of a DVD player
with interlaced output. Some DVD players, however, have YPbPr outputs that can
be switched between interlaced and progressive scan. If you are attempting to use
a DVD player with progressive-scan
(480p output) capability to make the connection shown in this example, you must
be sure to switch the DVD player to interlaced. If necessary, refer to the DVD player’s directions-for-use manual for help. If
you want to use the DVD player in progressive-scan mode, you must use the HD
INPUT-AV 4 jacks (see page 11).
Press the AV button on the remote control as many times as necessary to select
the CVI (component video input) source
on the TV.
OUTPUT
INPUT-AV 1
S-VIDEO
CH
VOL
2
3
4
G/Y
R/Pr
ANTENNA IN 75½
BEGIN
1
Rear of TV
HD INPUT-AV 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
3
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
HOME
VIDEO
HOME
MOVIES
POSITION
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WARNING
PIP
10
• To simplify making connections, the connectors on audio and video cables are
often color coded. The jacks on your TV
are likewise color coded to match the
connectors. The coding is as follows:
— Green for component video Y
— Blue for the component video Pb
— Red for the component video Pr
— Red for the right audio channel
— White for the left audio channel.
• The names for the component video jacks
may differ depending on the DVD player
or accessory digital source equipment
used. For example, besides YPbPr, you
may see R-Y/B-Y/Y; or CrCbY. Although
abbreviations and terms may vary, the letters B and R stand for the blue and red
color component signal connectors, respectively, and Y indicates the luminance signal. If necessary, refer to the directions-foruse manual for your DVD or digital accessory for more information.
• You can also connect a satellite receiver
to the TV in a manner similar to the
example shown on this page. If you connect a satellite receiver to the TV, you
will need to use the receiver’s channelmemorization system to store channels in
the receiver’s memory.
• If you experience difficulties receiving
sound with a DVD disc, check the sound
settings through the DVD disc’s menu.
• The CVI signal source cannot be displayed in the PIP window.
To prevent uneven picture-tube aging, do not
leave nonmoving images or black borders on
the screen for an extended period. See page 57.
Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
CONNECTING A DVD PLAYER WITH PROGRESSIVE-SCAN CAPABILITY
T
he following instructions explain how to connect a DVD player with progressive-scan
capability to the HD INPUT-AV 4 jacks on your
TV.
To make the connections, you will need:
• three cables for video connections (standard
RCA connectors)
• two cables for audio connections (standard
RCA connectors).
NOTE: The cables are not supplied with your TV.
You should be able to buy them at most stores
that sell electronics. Or you can call our
Customer Care Center at 1-800-531-0039.
Rear of TV
HD INPUT-AV 4
1
2
3
Make sure the DVD player is in progressive-scan mode. You will not get a
viewable picture through the HD
INPUT-AV 4 jacks if the DVD player is
in interlaced mode.
For more information on placing your
DVD player in progressive-scan mode,
see the DVD player’s directions-for-use
manual. Also, see the Helpful Hints to
the right. The way in which progressive-scan mode is selected varies among
DVD players.
4
5
Connect from the L(eft) and R(ight)
AUDIO OUT jacks on the rear of the
DVD player to the HD INPUT-AV 4
AUDIO L(eft) and R(ight) jacks on the rear
of the TV.
INPUT-AV 2
R/Pr
Y
S-VIDEO
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
Pb
B/Pb
V
L
L
L
SYNC
AUDIO
3
AUDIO
AUDIO
Pr
H
R
R
R
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
2CH
BITSTREAM
/PCM
Y
AC IN ~
VIDEO
L
PB
R
PR
SELECT
S
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
P
I
Rear of DVD Player with Progressive-scan Capability
HELPFUL HINTS
AV4
POWER
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
Turn the DVD on, insert a disc, and
press play to view a DVD on the TV.
CH
VOL
HELPFUL HINT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
4
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
WARNING
OUTPUT
INPUT-AV 1
VIDEO
Press the AV button on your TV remote
control as many times as necessary to
select the AV4 signal source.
If you experience difficulties receiving
sound with a DVD disc, check the sound
settings through the DVD disc’s menu.
2
G/Y
ANTENNA IN 75Ω
BEGIN
Connect from the YPrPb jacks on the
rear of the DVD player to the HD
INPUT-AV 4 G/Y, R/Pr, B/Pb jacks on the
rear of the TV.
1
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
HOME
VIDEO
HOME
MOVIES
POSITION
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PIP
To prevent uneven picture-tube aging, do not
leave nonmoving images or black borders on
the screen for an extended period. See page 57.
• If after connecting your DVD player your
display is filled with wavy lines, it may be
that your DVD player is not set to progressive-scan mode. Some DVD players have an
I/P (interlaced/progressive scan) switch
located on the back or front of the players for
changing from interlaced to progressive-scan
mode. Other DVD players may allow the
mode to be changed by pressing a button on
the DVD player’s remote control or by using
the DVD player’s onscreen menu. If the
interlaced/progressive-scan selection
option is provided only through the DVD
onscreen menu, you will need to connect
the DVD player to another AV input
source in addition to HD INPUT-AV 4 to
see the DVD menu. Select this additional
AV source on screen to see the DVD menu
and choose progressive-scan mode. You
will then be able to see the DVD picture
through the AV4 source.
• Some DVD players have dedicated progressive-scan output jacks that are labeled as
such and require no switching to provide a
picture through the HD INPUT-AV 4 jacks.
See your DVD player’s directions-for-use
manual for information.
• The default color-space setting for the HD
INPUT-AV 4 jacks is YPbPr. RGB is also
an option. If the picture’s color looks
grossly incorrect, try changing either the
DVD player’s or TV’s color-space setting.
See the DVD player’s directions-for-use
manual for information on setting its color
space. Or see page 56 in this manual for
setting the TV’s color space.
• The Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature does
not function with HD INPUT-AV 4.
11
Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
CONNECTING AN S-VIDEO DEVICE
T
he S(uper)-Video connection on the rear (and
side panel) of the TV can give you better picture detail and clarity for the playback of S-VHS
VCR tapes or DVDs than the normal antenna
(RF signal) or Video (composite) picture connections. The example given connects a DVD/VCR
Combi unit to the INPUT-AV 2 jacks on the rear
of the TV.
NOTE: The accessory device must have an
S-VIDEO output jack to make the connection
explained on this page.
To make the connections, you will need:
• one S-Video cable
• two cables for audio connections (standard
RCA connectors).
NOTE: The cables are not supplied with your TV.
You should be able to buy them at most stores
that sell electronics. Or you can call our
Customer Care Center at 1-800-531-0039.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
Rear of TV
HD INPUT-AV 4
ANTENNA IN 75½
OUTPUT
INPUT-AV 1
INPUT-AV 2
2
G/Y
R/Pr
Y
B/Pb
VIDEO
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
Pb
L
V
L
L
L
SYNC
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
Pr
H
R
R
Rear of Device with
S-VIDEO Output*
1
DVD/VCR
OUT
IN
ANT-IN
R
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COMPONENT
PCM / BITSTREAM
VIDEO OUT
DVD/VCR
Y
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
Cr
L
R
ANT-OUT
VIDEO
Cb
R
S-VIDEO
CH3
OPTICAL COAXIAL
OUT
CH4
*(Example: Philips DVD/VCR Combi model DV910VHS)
AV2
HELPFUL HINTS
Connect the S-VIDEO OUT jack on the
rear of the accessory device with
S-VIDEO output to the INPUT-AV 2
S-VIDEO jack on the rear of the TV.
Connect the DVD/VCR AUDIO OUT
jacks on the rear of the accessory device
to the INPUT-AV 2 AUDIO input jacks on
the rear of the TV.
POWER
Press the AV button on the remote control as many times as necessary to select
the AV2 source on the TV.
TV
Turn the accessory device on and press
play to view the video source material
(DVD or videotape, for example) on the
TV.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
• To simplify making connections, audio
cables are often color coded: red for the
right channel, and white for the left channel. The jacks on your TV are likewise
color coded to match the connectors. To
make S-Video connections, you must use
an S-Video cable.
• You can also connect a satellite receiver,
laser-disc player, video-game player, or
other accessory device with S-Video
capability to the TV in a manner similar
to example shown on this page.
• If you connect a satellite receiver to the
TV, you will need to use the receiver’s
channel-memorization system to store
channels in the receiver’s memory.
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
WARNING
MUTE
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
3
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
HOME
VIDEO
HOME
MOVIES
POSITION
PERSONAL
PIP
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Video sources that show a constant nonmoving pattern on the TV screen can cause picture-tube damage. When you are not using
your video accessory devices, turn them off.
Also, regularly alternate the use of accessory
video sources with normal TV viewing. See
page 57.
Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
CONNECTING AN HD RECEIVER
T
his example shows you how you may connect
an HD receiver to the TV. See the receiver’s
directions-for-use manual for more information.
NOTE: The HD INPUT-AV 4 jacks are designed
to accept high-definition signal standards 1080i
and 480p as specified by the Electronic Industries
Association standard EIA770.3. Because output
standards may vary by manufacturer, you may
encounter some digital equipment that will not
properly display pictures on the TV.
To make the connections shown in this example,
you will need:
• one S-VIDEO cable
• three cables for video connections (standard
RCA connectors)
• four cables for audio connections (standard
RCA connectors)
• one coaxial cable (75Ω).
NOTE: The cables are not supplied with your TV.
You should be able to buy them at most stores
that sell electronics. Or you can call our
Customer Care Center at 1-800-531-0039.
3
Rear of TV
HD INPUT-AV 4
G/Y
ANTENNA IN 75Ω
1
OUTPUT
INPUT-AV 1
Y
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
Pb
1
R/Pr
INPUT-AV 2
B/Pb
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
V
L
L
2
2
L
SYNC
AUDIO
Pr
R
AUDIO
Coaxial Cable
Lead-in
from
Satellite
Dish Antenna
AUDIO
AUDIO
H
R
R
AUDIO
Y
L
L
PB
R
R
OUT TO TV
VCR
CONTROL
CH 3
CH 4
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
RF
PR
PHONE JACK
VIDEO
REMOTE
Rear of HD Receiver
(Example: Philips DSHD800)
VIDEO
IN FROM ANT
S-VIDEO
Coaxial Cable Lead-in
from Cable Outlet,
Cable Converter Box,
or VHF/UHF Antenna
SATELLITE IN
3
3
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
Connect S-VIDEO and audio cables.
NOTE: This example uses
INPUT-AV 1. You can use INPUT-AV 2 or
the side input jacks if you want.
• Connect an S-VIDEO cable from the HD
receiver’s S-VIDEO jack to the TV’s
INPUT-AV 1 S-VIDEO jack.
• Connect from the HD receiver’s AUDIO
L(eft) and R(ight) jacks to the TV’s
INPUT-AV 1 L(eft) and R(ight) AUDIO
jacks.
Connect component video and audio
cables to the TV’s HD inputs.
• Connect from the YPRPB jacks on the
HD receiver to the TV’s HD INPUT-AV
4 G/Y, R/Pr, B/Pb jacks.
• Connect from the HD receiver’s AUDIO
L(eft) and R(ight) jacks to the TV’s HD
INPUT-AV 4 L(eft) and R(ight) AUDIO
jacks.
Connect coaxial cables.
• Connect the coaxial cable lead-in from
your cable outlet, cable converter box, or
VHF/UHF antenna to the IN FROM
ANT jack on the HD receiver.
• Connect a coaxial cable from the OUT
TO TV jack to the ANTENNA IN 75Ω
jack on the TV.
• Connect the coaxial cable lead-in from a
satellite dish antenna to the SATELLITE
IN jack on the HD receiver.
Refer to the directions-for-use manual
that came with the HD receiver for setup
instructions.
HELPFUL HINTS
• Making a standard connection along with the HD connection as shown
in the example (S-VIDEO) on this page will allow you to see the receiver’s onscreen menu and a picture (valid signal) from the receiver should
it be switched to standard-definition mode.
• The HD INPUT-AV 4 jacks are for standard RCA connectors. Your HD
receiver may use RCA or BNC output jacks. If your HD receiver comes
with BNC jacks, you will need to purchase BNC-to-RCA adapters to
connect the receiver to the TV. You should be able to purchase these
adapters at stores that sell electronics. Or you can call our Customer
Care Center at 1-800-531-0039.
OR
Adapter
BNC
BNC-toFitted to
Connector
RCA
Connection
Adapter
RCA
Connector
• The HD INPUT-AV 4 jacks are compatible with some digital equipment
having RGB outputs with “sync on green” or RGB with “separate H and V
sync.” Output standards for digital equipment, however, may vary by manufacturer. No industry standards have been established for HD television RGB
signal systems, timing, synchronization, and signal strengths. If the digital
equipment you want to connect to your TV offers both component video and
RGB outputs, component video is the suggested connection to use.
• The default color-space setting for the HD INPUT-AV 4 jacks is YPbPr.
RGB is also an option. If the picture’s color looks grossly incorrect, try
changing either the HD receiver’s or TV’s color-space setting. See the
receiver’s directions-for-use manual for information on setting its color
space. Or see page 56 in this manual for setting the TV’s color space.
• The Picture-in-Picture feature does not function with the HD INPUT-AV 4
signal source. AV4 cannot be accessed in the PIP window, nor can the
PIP window be accessed when AV4 is being viewed on the main screen.
13
Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
CONNECTING A CAMCORDER
T
he side panel jacks provide a convenient way
for you to connect a camcorder to your TV.
The side panel jacks are recognized by your TV
as AV3.
You can obtain S-VIDEO quality with an S-VHS,
Hi-8, or digital camcorder by connecting to the
S-VIDEO input instead of the VIDEO (composite)
input.
To make the connections shown in this example,
you will need:
• one S-VIDEO cable
• two cables for audio connections (standard
RCA connectors).
NOTE: The cables are not supplied with your TV.
You should be able to buy them at most stores
that sell electronics. Or you can call our
Customer Care Center at 1-800-531-0039.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
1
Typical
Camcorder
Side Jack Panel
S-VIDEO
G
2
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
DV
VIDEO
AUDIO
LEFT
RIGHT
HELPFUL HINT
AV3
To simplify making connections, the connectors on audio cables are often color
coded: red for the right channel, and white
for the left channel. The jacks on your TV
are likewise color coded to match the connectors. To make S-Video connections, you
must use an S-Video cable.
Connect from the S-VIDEO output on
the camcorder to the S-VIDEO input in
the TV’s side panel (recognized by the TV
as AV3).
Connect from the AUDIO outputs on
the camcorder to the side panel AUDIO
L(eft) and R(ight) inputs.
Press the AV button on the remote control as many times as necessary to select
the AV3 source on the TV.
POWER
Turn the camcorder on, insert a videotape and press PLAY to view the tape
on the TV.
S-VIDEO
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
3
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
HOME
VIDEO
HOME
MOVIES
POSITION
PERSONAL
PIP
14
Connecting Accessory Devices to Your TV
CONNECTING AND USING HEADPHONES WITH YOUR TV
T
Side Jack Panel
he TV’s side panel has a headphone jack for
personal listening.
G
BEGIN
1
2
1
Insert the headphone plug into the headphone jack ; in the TV’s side panel.
Turn down the TV’s volume or press
the Mute button c on the remote control to turn off the TV’s internal speakers.
See the section below for information on
adjusting headphone volume and balance.
NOTE: The headphone impedance must
be between 8 and 4,000 ohms. The headphone jack is stereo and 3.5 mm in size.
PICTURE
SOUND
2
2
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
VOL
T
he HEADPHONE controls allow you to
adjust the volume and balance of the
sound going to the headphones.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
SOUND
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
30
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
once to highlight SOUND.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the SOUND submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
repeatedly until HEADPHONE is
highlighted. Then press the CURSOR
RING RIGHT to enter the
HEADPHONE submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
or UP to highlight VOLUME or
BALANCE. Then press the CURSOR
RING LEFT or RIGHT to adjust the
control.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
TV
DN
6
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
The AVL, INCR. SURROUND, and BASS
BOOST controls do not function with the
headphones.
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
INCR . SURROUND
HEADPHONE
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
3
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2,4,
5
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
HELPFUL HINT
SOUND
POWER
VOL
6
CH
A/CH
POSITION
15
PIP
1
SOUND
HEADPHONE
VOLUME
BALANCE
SOUND
HEADPHONE
VOLUME
BALANCE
VOLUME
BALANCE
30
0
Using the Remote Control
POWER
TV
VCR
SWAP
SOUND
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
PROGRAMMING THE TV REMOTE TO WORK WITH ACCESSORY DEVICES
Y
our TV remote is capable of working not
only your TV but also other infrared
remote (IR) controlled devices such as VCRs,
cable TV converter boxes, satellite receivers,
DVD players, and laser-disc players.
If you want to use your TV remote to operate a VCR or other accessory device, you
will need to perform this initial check
explained in this section. You may also need
to go to the sections on the “Code-entry
Method” and the “Search Method” in the
pages that follow.
Satellite Receiver
Cable Converter Box
DVD Player
BEGIN
1
2
Press the VCR or ACC(essory)
mode button on the TV remote for
the desired accessory device category.
NOTE: Pressing the VCR mode button allows access to product codes for
VCRs. Pressing the ACC(essory)
mode button allows access to the
product codes for cable TV converters, satellite receivers, DVD players,
and laser-disc players.
VCR
Point the TV remote toward the
desired accessory device and press
the POWER button.
Does the remote turn the accessory
device on?
If yes,
and try other function buttons on the TV remote. With a VCR,
for example, try the Play, Stop, and
Rewind buttons, for example. (See
page 21 for information on how the
remote buttons correspond with accessory device functions.) If they also
work the accessory device, then the
remote is ready and no further steps
are needed.
If not, do the following:
Look up a four-digit remote code
number on pages 19 or 20 for your
brand of accessory device. Then go
through the simple steps for entering a
four-digit code as explained on
page 17.
POWER
1
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
HELPFUL HINT
If more than one four-digit code number is
listed, you may have to try more than the
first number given to locate your device’s
correct code.
16
2
PIP
1
Using the Remote Control
POWER
USING THE CODE-ENTRY METHOD TO PROGRAM YOUR TV REMOTE
N
ow that you have looked up the fourdigit remote-control Direct-entry Code
for your brand of accessory device, you are
ready to follow the simple steps shown below
to program your TV remote.
Please read through all the steps before
beginning.
Satellite Receiver
Cable Converter Box
BEGIN
1
2
3
First, press and hold down the VCR
or ACC (for an accessory device
other than a VCR) mode button on
the TV remote. Then press and hold
down the MENU/SELECT button at
the same time for a brief moment.
Release the buttons. The TV remote
back light will switch on.
NOTE: For correct operation, you must
first press and hold the mode button
and then press and hold the
MENU/SELECT button simultaneously.
Within 30 seconds of pressing the
VCR (or ACC) button and
MENU/SELECT button, enter a
four-digit code for the accessory
device (see pages 19 and 20).
If you make a mistake while attempting to enter the four-digit code and
want to start again, press any button
other than one with a number. Then
return to step 1 to begin again.
DVD Player
VCR
POWER
1
Point the remote at the accessory
device. Then press the POWER button on the remote to turn the device
on.
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
HELPFUL HINTS
2
• If you do not enter a complete code within
30 seconds, you will need to perform step
1 of the Code-entry Method again.
• If you enter more than four digits, the unit
will retain the first four digits entered.
• If the procedure explained above does not
work the first time, repeat the steps using
the same remote code number.
• If after a second try the remote does not
operate your accessory device, and more
code numbers are listed for your brand,
use the next listed code number.
• If after repeated attempts the Code-entry
Method does not allow you to work your
accessory device with your TV remote, try
the Search Method explained on the next
page.
MUTE
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
17
3
PIP
1
TV
VCR
SWAP
SOUND
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
Using the Remote Control
POWER
TV
VCR
SWAP
SOUND
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
USING THE SEARCH METHOD TO PROGRAM YOUR TV REMOTE
Y
our TV remote can be set to work various
accessory devices (VCRs, cable converters, and satellite receivers, for example) by
what is called the Search Method.
NOTE: The Search Method works only with
devices equipped with channel-display indicators on the devices themselves or the ability to show channel numbers on the TV
screen. If the Code-entry Method (shown in
the previous section) did not enable your TV
remote to work your accessory device, then
follow the easy steps listed below. Please
read the steps once before performing them.
BEGIN
1
Turn on the desired device. Press
and hold down the VCR or ACC
(for an accessory device other than
a VCR) mode button on the TV
remote. Then press and hold down the
SURF button as you hold down the
desired mode (VCR or ACC) button.
NOTE: For correct operation, you
must press and hold down the desired
mode (VCR or ACC) button first and
then press and hold down the SURF
button second.
While holding down the SURF and
the desired mode (VCR or ACC)
buttons simultaneously, point the
remote toward the accessory device
and continue holding the buttons
down.
Satellite Receiver
06
08
09
Cable Converter Box
06
07
08
09
VCR
06
2
3
Release the mode (VCR or ACC)
and SURF buttons as soon as channel numbers start to scan up. The
scanning means that your TV remote
has found the code for your accessory
device.
NOTE: If no channel change happens
after several minutes, repeat steps 1 and
2. Then if a channel change still does not
occur, the remote will not work with the
desired accessory device.
07
08
09
POWER
HELPFUL HINTS
ACC
• The remote’s back light will blink
as the remote moves through its
product code list. After the remote
identifies the product code for
your accessory device and you
release the remote buttons, the
back light will blink twice.
1,3
TV
Watch the Channel Indicator on
your accessory device. Channel numbers will scan up when the TV remote
has identified the correct code for
your accessory device. This may take
several minutes.
07
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
1,3
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
• Your TV remote may locate the
accessory device’s code quickly or
within several minutes.
MUTE
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
18
PIP
1,3
• Don’t let the accessory device
scan up more than five channels
when the correct code is found—
the remote may pass up the right
code and have to repeat the search
cycle.
Using the Remote Control
POWER
DIRECT-ENTRY CODES
FOR
A/V ACCESSORY DEVICES
TV
VCR
SWAP
SOUND
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
VCR
ADMIRAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ADVENTURA . . . . . . . . . . . .
AIKO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AIWA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AKAI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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AMERICA ACTION . . . . . . . .
AMERICAN HIGH . . . . . . . . .
ASHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AUDIOVOX . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BEAUMARK . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BELL & HOWELL . . . . . . . . .
BROKSONIC . . . . . . . . . . . .
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CCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CALIX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CANON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CAPEHART . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CARVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CINERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CITIZEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COLT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CRAIG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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CURTIS MATHES . . . . . . . . .
CYBERNEX . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DAEWOO . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DAYTRON . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DENON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DYNATECH . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ELECTROHOME . . . . . . . . . .
ELECTROPHONIC . . . . . . . . .
EMEREX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EMERSON . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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FISHER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FUJI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FUNAI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
....................
GARRARD . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GO VIDEO . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GOLDSTAR . . . . . . . . . . . . .
....................
GRADIENTE . . . . . . . . . . . .
GRUNDIG . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HI-Q . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HARLEY DAVIDSON . . . . . . .
HARMAN/KARDON . . . . . . .
HARWOOD . . . . . . . . . . . .
HEADQUARTER . . . . . . . . . .
HITACHI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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HUGHES NETWORK SYSTEMS
JVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
....................
CODE NUMBER
.0075, 0236
.0027
.0305
.0334, 0495, 0027, 0064
.0133, 0080, 0068, 0076,
.0088, 0183, 0269
.0305
.0062
.0267
.0064
.0267
.0131
.0148, 0211, 0029, 0236,
.0238, 0322, 0388, 0506
.0099, 0305
.0064
.0194, 0062, 0129
.0047
.0108
.0305
.0305, 0064
.0099
.0064, 0099, 0074, 0267,
.0298
.0062, 0068, 0087, 0189
.0078, 0267
.0305, 0588, 0047, 0072
.0047
.0069
.0027
.0064
.0064
.0059
.0211, 0029, 0236, 0305,
.0063, 0148, 0238, 0588,
.0235, 0321, 0506, 0088,
.0115, 0239, 0027, 0064,
.0070, 0095, 0322, 0388,
.0537
.0074, 0131, 0081, 0093
.0060, 0062
.0027
.0062, 0087, 0075, 0092,
.0229, 0267
.0027
.0306, 0459, 0553, 0259
.0064, 0045, 0065, 0498,
.0507
.0035, 0027, 0435
.0222
.0074
.0027
.0065, 0102, 0108
.0095, 0099
.0073
.0069, 0193, 0132, 0092,
.0027, 0068, 0109
.0069
.0094, 0035, 0233, 0234,
.0068, 0411
JENSEN . . . . . . . . . .
KEC . . . . . . . . . . .
KLH . . . . . . . . . . .
KENWOOD . . . . . .
KODAK . . . . . . . . .
LXI . . . . . . . . . . . .
LLOYD'S . . . . . . . . .
LOGIK . . . . . . . . . .
MEI . . . . . . . . . . .
MGA . . . . . . . . . .
MGN TECHNOLOGY
MTC . . . . . . . . . .
MAGNASONIC . . . . .
MAGNAVOX . . . . . .
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MAGNIN . . . . . . . .
MARANTZ . . . . . . .
MARTA . . . . . . . . . .
MATSUSHITA . . . . . .
MEMOREX . . . . . . .
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MINOLTA . . . . . . . .
MITSUBISHI . . . . . . .
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MOTOROLA . . . . . .
MULTITECH . . . . . .
NAD . . . . . . . . . .
NEC . . . . . . . . . . .
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NIKKO . . . . . . . . . .
NIKON . . . . . . . . .
NOBLEX . . . . . . . .
OLYMPUS . . . . . . . .
OPTIMUS . . . . . . . .
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OPTONICA . . . . . . .
ORION . . . . . . . . .
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PANASONIC . . . . . .
..............
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PENNEY . . . . . . . . .
..............
PENTAX . . . . . . . . .
PHILCO . . . . . . . . .
PHILIPS . . . . . . . . . .
..............
PILOT . . . . . . . . . .
PIONEER . . . . . . . .
POLK AUDIO . . . . .
PORTLAND . . . . . . .
PROFITRONIC . . . . .
PROSCAN . . . . . . . .
PROTEC . . . . . . . . .
PULSAR . . . . . . . . .
QUARTER . . . . . . . .
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.0068
.0064, 0305
.0099
.0068, 0094, 0411, 0065
.0062, 0064
.0064
.0027, 0235
.0099
.0062
.0070, 0088, 0267
.0267
.0027, 0267
.0305
.0062, 0108, 0137, 0130,
.0027, 0066, 0176
.0267
.0108, 0062
.0064
.0062, 0189, 0481
.0131, 0074, 0506, 0027,
.0064, 0075, 0062, 0073,
.0267, 0334, 0066, 0189,
.0236, 0481, 0828, 0829
.0132, 0069
.0200, 0088, 0102, 0241,
.0269, 0070, 0075, 0094,
.0470
.0062, 0075
.0027, 0099
.0085
.0065, 0067, 0068, 0077,
.0094, 0109, 0131
.0064
.0061, 0280
.0267
.0062, 0253
.0189, 0481, 0827, 0828,
.0075, 0085, 0829, 0064,
.0131, 0459
.0089
.0506, 0029, 0211, 0236,
.0322
.0062, 0189, 0828, 0481,
.0253, 0104, 0405, 0829,
.0129, 0252, 0254, 0273,
.0827
.0062, 0267, 0064, 0069,
.0065, 0067, 0081
.0069, 0092, 0132
.0062, 0236, 0506
.0108, 0062, 0089, 0137,
.0830, 0831
.0064
.0085, 0195, 0094
.0108
.0047
.0267
.0087, 0229
.0099
.0066, 0078
.0073
QUARTZ . . . . . . . . . .
QUASAR . . . . . . . . . .
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RCA . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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RADIO SHACK . . . . . .
RADIX . . . . . . . . . . . .
RANDEX . . . . . . . . . .
REALISTIC . . . . . . . . . .
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RICOH . . . . . . . . . . . .
RUNCO . . . . . . . . . . .
STS . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SALORA . . . . . . . . . . .
SAMSUNG . . . . . . . . . .
SANKY . . . . . . . . . . . .
SANSUI . . . . . . . . . . .
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SANYO . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCOTT . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SEARS . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SEMP . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SHARP . . . . . . . . . . . .
SHINTOM . . . . . . . . . .
SHOGUN . . . . . . . . . .
SINGER . . . . . . . . . . .
SONY . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SUNPAK . . . . . . . . . . .
SYLVANIA . . . . . . . . . .
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SYMPHONIC . . . . . . . .
TMK . . . . . . . . . . . .
TATUNG . . . . . . . . . . .
TEAC . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TECHNICS . . . . . . . . .
TEKNIKA . . . . . . . . . .
THOMAS . . . . . . . . . .
TOSHIBA . . . . . . . . . .
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TOTEVISION . . . . . . . .
UNITECH . . . . . . . . . .
VECTOR . . . . . . . . . . .
VECTOR RESEARCH . . .
VIDEO CONCEPTS . . . .
VIDEOSONIC . . . . . . . .
WARDS . . . . . . . . . . .
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WHITE WESTINGHOUSE
XR-1000 . . . . . . . . .
YAMAHA . . . . . . . . . .
ZENITH . . . . . . . . . . .
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.0073
.0062, 0189, 0104, 0481,
.0828
.0087, 0176, 0229, 0069,
.0132, 0085, 0062, 0075,
.0092, 0104, 0133, 0267,
.0304
.0027
.0064
.0064
.0027, 0131, 0074, 0075,
.0064, 0062, 0089, 0073,
.0093
.0061, 0280
.0066
.0069
.0102
.0072, 0078, 0080, 0267
.0066, 0075
.0068, 0506, 0027, 0094,
.0109, 0236, 0298
.0074, 0073, 0131, 0267
.0211, 0238, 0148, 0070,
.0072, 0237, 0239
.0081, 0132, 0064, 0069,
.0027, 0062, 0073, 0074,
.0093, 0131
.0072
.0075, 0089
.0099
.0078, 0267
.0099
.0060, 0061, 0059, 0280,
.0027, 0038, 0062
.0280
.0062, 0108, 0027, 0070,
.0130, 0137
.0027
.0063, 0235, 0267
.0068
.0027, 0068
.0062, 0189, 0273
.0027, 0062, 0064, 0079
.0027
.0072, 0237, 0239, 0070,
.0093, 0393
.0064, 0267
.0267
.0072
.0065, 0067
.0067, 0072, 0088, 0248
.0267
.0062, 0087, 0089, 0027,
.0074, 0239, 0267, 0069,
.0075, 0099, 0108, 0176
.0099, 0305, 0236
.0099, 0027, 0062
.0065
.0066, 0027, 0060, 0061,
.0236, 0506
RCA . . . . . . .
SAMSUNG . . . .
SONY . . . . . .
TECHNICS . . .
THETA DIGITAL
TOSHIBA . . . .
YAMAHA . . . .
ZENITH . . . . .
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.0862, 0869
.0870
.0864
.0859
.0869
.0860
.0859, 0867
.0872, 0860
DVD PLAYER
DENON . . . . . . . .
GE . . . . . . . . . . .
HARMAN/KARDON
HITACHI . . . . . . . .
JVC . . . . . . . . . .
KENWOOD . . . . .
MAGNAVOX . . . . .
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CODE
.0859
.0862
.0871
.0870
.0868
.0865
.0860
NUMBER
MARANTZ .
MITSUBISHI .
ONKYO . . .
OPTIMUS . .
PANASONIC
PHILIPS . . . .
PIONEER . .
PROSCAN . .
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.0866
.0861
.0860
.0869
.0859
.0866, 0860
.0869, 0863
.0862
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POWER
TV
VCR
SWAP
SOUND
DIRECT-ENTRY CODES
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
FOR
A/V ACCESSORY DEVICES
LASER-DISC PLAYER
ADS . . . . . . . . . .
AIWA . . . . . . . . .
CARVER . . . . . . . .
DENON . . . . . . . .
DISCO VISION . . . .
FUNAI . . . . . . . . .
HARMAN/KARDON
HITACHI . . . . . . . .
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CODE NUMBER
.0880
.0855
.0853, 0850, 0858
.0851, 0849, 0875
.0848
.0855
.0853
.0848
.0877
.0853, 0857, 0875
MARANTZ . .
MITSUBISHI . .
NAD . . . . .
NEC . . . . . .
NIKKODO . .
OPTIMUS . . .
PANASONIC .
PHILIPS . . . . .
PIONEER . . .
POLK AUDIO
QUASAR . . .
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CODE NUMBER
.0030, 0028, 0034, 0035,
.0038, 0040, 0041, 0044,
.0060
.0180, 0342
.0049, 0234
.0797
.0049, 0066, 0180, 0234,
.0824
.0294
.0083
.0041
.0083
.0049
.0049
.0180
.0180, 0342
.0052, 0058
.0259
.0067, 0087
.0046
.0664
.0029
.0824
.0042, 0067
.0427
.0083, 0234
.0259
.0180
.0042, 0097, 0269, 0824
.0303, 0038, 0503, 0837
.0067, 0171
.0797, 0824
HAMLIN . . . . . . . . . .
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HITACHI . . . . . . . . . .
HYTEX . . . . . . . . . . .
JASCO . . . . . . . . . . .
JERROLD . . . . . . . . . .
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LINSAY . . . . . . . . . . .
MACOM . . . . . . . . . .
MAGNAVOX . . . . . . .
MEMOREX . . . . . . . .
MOVIE TIME . . . . . . .
NSC . . . . . . . . . . . .
NEXUS . . . . . . . . . .
NOVAPLEX . . . . . . . .
OAK . . . . . . . . . . . .
OPTIMUS . . . . . . . . .
PANASONIC . . . . . . .
PANTHER . . . . . . . . .
PARAGON . . . . . . . .
PHILIPS . . . . . . . . . . .
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PIONEER . . . . . . . . .
POPULAR MECHANICS
PRELUDE . . . . . . . . .
PULSAR . . . . . . . . . .
QUASAR . . . . . . . . .
RCA . . . . . . . . . . . .
RADIO SHACK . . . . .
REALISTIC . . . . . . . . .
RECOTON . . . . . . . .
REGAL . . . . . . . . . . .
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CODE NUMBER
.0799
.0099
.0070, 0102
.0548
.0122
.0114
.0122
.0581
.0122
.0565
.0045, 0239
.0080, 0236, 0243
.0191
.0031
.0088, 0099
.0068
.0091, 0272, 0045, 0176
.0307, 0802, 0175, 0186,
.0296
.0802
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.0853, 0850
.0849
.0849
.0879
.0884
.0849
.0856
.0853, 0850
.0849, 0848
.0853
.0856
RCA . . . . . . .
REALISTIC . . . .
SAMSUNG . . . .
SEGA . . . . . . .
SHARP . . . . . .
SONY . . . . . .
TECHNICS . . .
THETA DIGITAL
VICTOR . . . . .
YAMAHA . . . .
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.0881, 0874
.0855
.0858
.0848
.0873
.0854, 0852, 0878
.0856
.0853
.0876
.0857
REGENCY . . . . . . . .
REMBRANDT . . . . . .
RUNCO . . . . . . . . .
SL MARX . . . . . . . .
SAMSUNG . . . . . . . .
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
SEAM . . . . . . . . . . .
SIGNAL . . . . . . . . .
SIGNATURE . . . . . . .
SPRUCER . . . . . . . .
STARSIGHT . . . . . . .
STARCOM . . . . . . . .
STARGATE . . . . . . . .
STARQUEST . . . . . . .
SYLVANIA . . . . . . . .
TFC . . . . . . . . . . .
TV86 . . . . . . . . . .
TANDY . . . . . . . . . .
TELECAPTION . . . . .
TELEVIEW . . . . . . . .
TEXSCAN . . . . . . . .
TIMELESS . . . . . . . .
TOCOM . . . . . . . . .
TOSHIBA . . . . . . . .
TUSA . . . . . . . . . . .
UNIKA . . . . . . . . . .
UNITED ARTISTS . . .
UNIVERSAL . . . . . . .
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VIEWMASTER . . . . . .
VIEWSTAR . . . . . . .
ZENITH . . . . . . . . .
ZENTEK . . . . . . . . .
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.0029
.0038, 0097
.0027
.0067
.0067, 0171
.0035, 0044, 0033, 0504
.0537
.0042, 0067
.0038
.0048
.0569, 0449
.0030, 0042
.0067, 0042, 0797, 0824
.0042
.0028
.0337
.0090
.0285
.0248
.0067
.0028
.0445
.0039, 0040
.0027
.0042
.0180, 0234, 0049
.0034
.0234, 0049, 0066, 0083,
.0180, 0218
.0847
.0285, 0054, 0087, 0090
.0027, 0552, 0081
.0427
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.0031
.0179, 0728
.0227, 0749, 0751
.0102
.0654, 0388
.0593, 0170, 0882
.0581, 0896
.0102
.0079, 0078
.0237, 0068
.0666
.0896
.0207, 0448, 0574
.0448
.0109, 0776, 0817, 0088
.0574
.0265, 0079, 0101, 0397,
.0581, 0751, 0103, 0323,
.0749
.0091, 0883, 0088
CABLE CONVERTER BOX
ABC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ALLEGRO . . . . . . . . .
ANTRONIX . . . . . . . .
APACHE . . . . . . . . . .
ARCHER . . . . . . . . . .
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BBT . . . . . . . . . . . .
BELCOR . . . . . . . . . .
BELL & HOWELL . . . .
CABLE STAR . . . . . . .
CABLETENNA . . . . . .
CABLEVIEW . . . . . . .
CENTURY . . . . . . . . .
CITIZEN . . . . . . . . . .
COLOUR VOICE . . . .
COMBAND . . . . . . . .
COMTRONICS . . . . . .
CONTEC . . . . . . . . .
DIGI . . . . . . . . . . . .
EASTERN . . . . . . . . .
EMERSON . . . . . . . . .
EVERQUEST . . . . . . . .
FOCUS . . . . . . . . . . .
GC ELECTRONICS . . .
GE . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GARRARD . . . . . . . .
GEMINI . . . . . . . . . .
GENERAL INSTRUMENT
GOLDSTAR . . . . . . . .
GOODMIND . . . . . . .
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.0047, 0036, 0286, 0061,
.0300
.0038
.0034
.0042, 0180, 0342
.0030, 0039, 0303, 0041,
.0503, 0038, 0051, 0042,
.0837
.0467
.0060
.0054
.0027
.0090, 0183
.0183, 0090, 0097
.0797
.0645
.0046, 0034
.0048
.0048, 0134, 0027
.0664
.0027
.0052, 0058, 0269, 0317,
.0054, 0180
.0171, 0050, 0560
.0427
.0797
.0027
.0027
.0048
.0042, 0847, 0342, 0824
.0234
.0427
.0300, 0047, 0286
SATELLITE RECEIVER/DIGITAL SATELLITE SYSTEM
ALPHASTAR . . . . . .
AMPLICA . . . . . . . .
AMWAY . . . . . . . . .
ARUNTA . . . . . . . .
ASTRO INDUSTRIES .
BMC . . . . . . . . . .
BSR . . . . . . . . . . .
CABLE INNOVATIONS
CAPETRONIC . . . . .
CENTURY . . . . . . . .
CHANNEL MASTER .
CHAPARRAL . . . . . .
CITOH . . . . . . . . . .
CONIFER . . . . . . . .
CURTIS MATHES . . .
DX ANTENNA . . . .
DRAKE . . . . . . . . .
ECHOSTAR . . . . . . .
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EXPRESSVU . . . . . . .
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GE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GENERAL INSTRUMENT . . . . .
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GOULD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HITACHI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HOMECABLE . . . . . . . . . . . .
HUGHES NETWORK SYSTEMS
HYTEK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IQ PRISM . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTERSAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JANEIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JERROLD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LEGEND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MACOM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MAGNAVOX . . . . . . . . . . . .
MEMOREX . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NEXT LEVEL . . . . . . . . . . . .
.0593
.0388, 0896, 0574, 0581,
.0654
.0082
.0644
.0802
.0846
.0265
.0776
.0122
.0237
.0237
.0070
.0802
.0179
.0388, 0654
.0296
.0088, 0045
.0749, 0751
.0296, 0751
.0896
TELEVISION
MAGNAVOX
CODE
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NUMBER
20
NORSAT . . . . . . . . .
PANASONIC . . . . . .
PHILIPS . . . . . . . . . .
PICO . . . . . . . . . . .
PRIMESTAR . . . . . . .
RCA . . . . . . . . . . .
RADIO SHACK . . . .
RAMSEY . . . . . . . . .
REALISTIC . . . . . . . .
STS . . . . . . . . . . .
SONY . . . . . . . . . .
STAR CHOICE . . . . .
STAR TRAK . . . . . . .
STRONG . . . . . . . . .
TOSHIBA . . . . . . . .
TOWN & COUNTRY
UNIDEN . . . . . . . . .
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ZENITH . . . . . . . . .
Using the Remote Control
POWER
USING THE TV REMOTE WITH ACCESSORY DEVICES
T
he Chart below provides you with common accessory-device functions associated with the buttons on your Philips TV remote
control. (See pages 16–18 for information on
programming your TV remote to operate
accessory devices.)
NOTES:
• Functions can vary according to the manufacturer’s specifications for each accessory
device.
TV
VCR
SWAP
UP
SOUND
POWER
POWER
PAUSE
FAST FORWARD
REWIND
STOP
TV
CURSOR RING LEFT
• First press the VCR mode button to use the
TV remote to operate a VCR.
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
CURSOR RING UP
PLAY
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
OK Button
CURSOR RING RIGHT
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
STATUS/EXIT
MENU/SELECT
MUTE
• First press the ACC mode button to use the
TV remote to operate a DVD player, laserdisc player, cable converter box, or satellite receiver/digital satellite system.
CURSOR RING DOWN
CH
VOL
CH + & CH NUMBER Buttons (0-9)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
POWER
TV/VCR
A/CH & TV/VCR
A/CH
SURF
REC •
REC, SAP
FORMAT
ITR/
RECORD
TV
ACC
VCR
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
HOME
VIDEO
POSITION
HOME
MOVIES
PERSONAL
PIP
BACK LIGHT
ACTIVE
TV Remote VCR
and Accessory Mode Buttons
Button on TV Remote
Common DVD/LD Player
Function
Common VCR Function
Common Cable Converter
Box or Satellite
Receiver/Digital Satellite
System (DSS) Function
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
PAUSE
PAUSE
PAUSE
—
REWIND
REWIND
SEARCH REVERSE
—
STOP
STOP
STOP
—
PLAY
PLAY
PLAY
—
FAST FORWARD
FAST FORWARD
SEARCH FORWARD
—
CURSOR RING UP
CURSOR UP
CURSOR UP
CURSOR UP
CURSOR RING DOWN
CURSOR DOWN
CURSOR DOWN
CURSOR DOWN
CURSOR RING RIGHT
CURSOR RIGHT
CURSOR RIGHT
CURSOR RIGHT
CURSOR RING LEFT
CURSOR LEFT
CURSOR LEFT
OK Button
PROGRAM; MENU
MENU
CURSOR LEFT
MENU
(also, GUIDE for satellite receivers/DSS)
STATUS/EXIT
EXIT
EXIT
EXIT
MENU/SELECT
SELECT
SELECT
SELECT
CH +
CHANNEL UP
NEXT
CHANNEL UP
CH –
CHANNEL DOWN
PREVIOUS
CHANNEL DOWN
NUMBER Buttons (0–9)
NUMBER SELECTION (0–9)
NUMBER SELECTION (0–9)
NUMBER SELECTION (0–9)
A/CH* and TV/VCR
—
—
REC, SAP
TV/VCR, A/CH*
RECORD
(Press with PLAY Button)
—
—
BACK LIGHT**
BACK LIGHT**
BACK LIGHT**
BACK LIGHT**
*A/CH (Alternate Channel) allows you to switch between the currently viewed channel and the previously viewed channel.
**Press the BACK LIGHT button to light the white buttons on the remote.
21
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
PICTURE
Using the Remote Control
POWER
TV
VCR
SWAP
SOUND
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
USING THE AV AND SOURCE SELECT BUTTONS
T
he AV button on the remote control and
SOURCE SELECT button on the TV
allow you to access the TV’s signal-source
inputs. With each press of the AV button you
can access a different signal-source input.
The signal-source input jacks are located on
the back and side panels of your TV. (See
page 6 for descriptions of what you can connect to each of the TV’s panel jacks.)
10
AV1
Selecting a Signal Source
Using the AV Button
on the Remote Control
POWER
Press the AV button on the remote control as
many times as necessary to select the signal
source you want to watch.
TV
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
Selecting a Signal Source
Using the Source Select
Button on the TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
Press the SOURCE SELECT button on the TV
as many times as necessary to select the signal
source you want to watch.
CVI
AV2
MUTE
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
AV3
TV/VCR
A/CH
AV
Button
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
HOME
VIDEO
POSITION
HOME
MOVIES
PERSONAL
PIP
AV4
22
Using the Remote Control
POWER
USING AUTOSOUND™
TV
SOUND
PERSONAL
TREBLE
BASS
49
49
VOICE
TREBLE
BASS
56
47
BEGIN
1
2
Press the SOUND button on the
remote control. The current
AutoSound™ setting will appear on
screen. Press the SOUND button
repeatedly to cycle through the four
options: PERSONAL, VOICE,
MUSIC, or THEATRE.
When you see the option you want
on the screen, press the
STATUS/EXIT button to exit the
menu. The AutoSound™ option you
selected is then active.
POWER
MUSIC
1
2
TV
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
THEATRE
MUTE
CH
VOL
HELPFUL HINTS
• AutoSound™ works only with the programs coming through the ANTENNA
IN 75Ω jack on the rear of the TV.
AutoSound™ will not control the sound
levels of the other jacks on the rear or
side of the TV.
63
69
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
TREBLE
BASS
ACC
VCR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
• If you select an AutoSound™ option
other than PERSONAL, then the
TREBLE and BASS settings specific to
that option will also be written to the
SOUND submenu items. At that point,
the PERSONAL AutoSound™ option
settings will not be changed. Only when
you go into the SOUND submenu and
change the TREBLE and BASS settings
will those settings be reflected in the
PERSONAL AutoSound™ option.
23
PIP
TREBLE
BASS
59
59
AutoSound™ Options
PERSONAL presents the TV’s sound
according to the TREBLE and BASS
settings you make within the SOUND
submenu.
VOICE brings voices to the forefront
and emphasizes them. Moves music to
the background.
MUSIC emphasizes music over voices.
THEATRE provides a balance between
voices and music.
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
Y
ou can use the AutoSound™ options to
automatically tailor the TV’s sound for
the type of program you are watching. The
factory has set the VOICE, MUSIC, and
THEATRE options. The settings for the PERSONAL option are the ones you select
through the onscreen SOUND submenu. See
descriptions of the options below, right.
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
Using the Remote Control
POWER
TV
VCR
SWAP
SOUND
USING AUTOPICTURE™
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
Y
ou can use an AutoPicture™ option to
automatically tailor the TV’s picture for
certain types of input signals. The factory
has set the MOVIES, SPORTS, WEAK
SIGNAL, and MULTIMEDIA options. The
settings for the PERSONAL option are the
ones you select through the onscreen
PICTURE submenu.
PERSONAL
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
MOVIES
48
41
81
46
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
50
50
50
84
BEGIN
1
Press the PICTURE button on the
remote control. The current
AutoPicture™ setting will appear on
screen. Then Press the PICTURE button repeatedly to cycle through the
options: PERSONAL, MOVIES,
SPORTS, WEAK SIGNAL, and
MULTIMEDIA picture settings.
POWER
SPORTS
TV
2
2
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
When you see the option you want
on screen, press the STATUS/EXIT
button to turn off the onscreen display. The AutoPicture™ option you
selected is then active.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
1
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
50
55
60
70
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
WEAK SIGNAL
MUTE
CH
VOL
HELPFUL HINT
1
2
3
If you select an AutoPicture™ setting
option other than PERSONAL, then the
BRIGHTNESS, COLOR, PICTURE, and
SHARPNESS settings specific to that
option will also be written to the PICTURE
submenu items. At that point, the
PERSONAL AutoPicture™ option settings
will not be changed. Only when you go into
the PICTURE submenu and change the settings will those settings be reflected in the
PERSONAL AutoPicture™ option.
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
50
40
40
28
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
24
PIP
MULTIMEDIA
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
50
40
40
70
Using the Remote Control
POWER
USING AUTOSURF™
A
fter you set up a list of your favorite signal sources in the SURF list, you can
press the SURF button to see the list and
quickly tune to a favorite signal source.
Place up to 10 signal sources in the SURF
LIST.
12
3
4
5
SOUND
12
SURF
ADD?
12
24
POWER
Press the NUMBER buttons,
CH(annel) +/– buttons, or the AV
button to select another signal source
to add to the Surf list. Press the SURF
button and then the CURSOR RING
RIGHT to add the signal source to the
list.
Repeat this step, filling the list with
up to 10 favorite signal sources.
NOTE: If you exceed 10 signal
sources, the first signal source on the
list will be deleted from the list.
To tune to a favorite signal source
from the list, press the SURF button. The Surf list box appears. Press
the SURF button or the CURSOR
RING DOWN or UP as many times as
necessary to tune to the signal source.
DELETE?
SURF LIST EMPTY
Press the NUMBER buttons,
CH(annel) +/– buttons, or the AV
button to select a signal source to add
to the Surf list.
Press the SURF button. The Surf list
box appears. The number of the current signal source is shown with
ADD? to the right. (If you have not
added any channels to the list, “SURF
LIST EMPTY” appears on screen.)
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT to
add the signal source to the Surf list.
SURF
12
24
TV
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
1,3
ADD?
ACC
VCR
SWAP
1,3
MUTE
24
SURF
12
24
DELETE?
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
7
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
1, 3
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
HOME
VIDEO
POSITION
To delete a signal source from the
list, press the SURF button. The
Surf list box appears. Press the SURF
button or the CURSOR RING DOWN
or UP as many times as necessary to
select the signal source to be deleted.
Then press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT to delete the signal source.
HELPFUL HINT
Five signal sources can be shown in the
Surf list box at one time. Press the CURSOR RING UP or DOWN to show any
other signal sources that are in the list.
25
HOME
MOVIES
2,4,
5
PERSONAL
PIP
VCR
8
11
15
4
7
DELETE?
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
12
SURF
BEGIN
1
2
TV
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
Using the Remote Control
POWER
TV
VCR
SWAP
SOUND
USING PROGRAM LIST AND ALTERNATE CHANNEL
ACC
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
PROGRAM LIST
POWER
PROGRAM LIST
BEGIN
1
2
3
Press the Program List to display a
list of channel numbers and their
names (see the “Tuner Mode” “Auto
Program,” “Channel Edit,” and
“Name” sections on pages 4–6 in the
Quick Use and Setup Guide that came
with your TV for proper setup).
You can also access the Program List
by pressing the button in the center of
the Cursor Ring. Each channel will
appear as a selectable item. The current channel will be highlighted by
default. Only five channels will be
shown in the list at one time.
2
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
-
-
-
-
-
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
CH
VOL
Press the CURSOR RING UP or
DOWN to go through the list and and
highlight a channel.
71
72
98
AV 1
CVI
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
3
A padlock image will appear to the
right of a channel or signal source
that is being blocked by AutoLock™.
PROGRAM LIST
7
8
9
10
11
-
-
-
-
-
TV/VCR
A/CH
SURF
REC •
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to tune to the highlighted channel.
Channels marked “Skipped” in the
“Channel Edit” control will not
appear in the list. Any channel that is
being blocked by AutoLock™ will
appear with a padlock icon to indicate
that the channel is not viewable.
FORMAT
1
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
ITR/
RECORD
HOME
VIDEO
HOME
MOVIES
POSITION
PERSONAL
PIP
Watch channel
POWER
5
ALTERNATE CHANNEL (A/CH)
Press the A/CH button to go back and forth
between the current channel and one previously watched channel.
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
Change channel
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
Watch new channel
10
MUTE
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
PIP
A/CH
Button
26
Press A/CH button
to return to previously
watched channel
Using the Remote Control
POWER
USING THE SLEEP TIMER CONTROL
TV
SOUND
SLEEP OFF
SLEEP 15
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
HELPFUL HINTS
• To see how many minutes remain before
the TV shuts itself off, press the
STATUS/EXIT button.
• Changing the channel or volume during
the last minute of a Sleep Timer will
cancel Sleep.
The Sleep Timer options are 15, 30, 45,
60, 90, 120, 180, or 240 minutes.
POWER
TV SWITCHING OFF 59
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
During the last minute of a Sleep Timer
setting, an onscreen countdown will be
displayed.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
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During the last 10 seconds of a Sleep
Timer setting, "GOOD BYE" will be
displayed on screen.
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H
ave you ever fallen asleep in front of the
TV? You can program your TV to turn
off while you sleep. The Sleep Timer feature
allows you to set your TV to turn off within a
certain amount of time: 15, 30, 45, 60, 90,
120, 180, or 240 minutes.
Press the SLEEP button on the remote
control. (The SLEEP Timer onscreen display
will appear on screen.) Then within five
seconds, press the SLEEP button again as
many times as necessary to select the
amount of time you want to pass before the
TV will turn itself off.
An onscreen countdown will appear during
the last minute before the TV turns off. Ten
seconds before the Sleep Timer turns the TV
off, the onscreen display will show “Good
Bye.”
VCR
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Using the Onscreen Submenus: Picture
ADJUSTING THE PICTURE CONTROLS
T
o adjust your TV picture controls, select a
channel and follow these steps. See descriptions of the picture-adjustment options below.
BEGIN
1
2
3
Press the MENU/SELECT button on
the remote control to show the onscreen
menu.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT.
BRIGHTNESS will be highlighted and an
adjustment bar will be shown to the right.
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
TV
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to exit
the menu.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
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UP
PICTURE
SOUND
2,3
MUTE
Picture-adjustment Options
Remember, when the bar scale is centered
, the control settings are at normal, mid-range levels. Picture adjustments
are described as follows:
BRIGHTNESS adds or subtracts light from
the darkest part of the picture.
COLOR adds or eliminates color.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
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PICTURE
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
30
PICTURE
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT or
LEFT to adjust the BRIGHTNESS level
of the picture. Or press the CURSOR
RING DOWN to select another picture
control to adjust.
DN
4
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
1
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
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PICTURE
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PICTURE improves the detail of the lightest
parts of the picture.
SHARPNESS improves the detail in the
picture.
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BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
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PICTURE
TINT adjusts the picture to obtain natural
skin tones.
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOR TEMP offers NORMAL, COOL,
or WARM picture preferences.
0
NORMAL keeps whites, white.
WARM makes whites, reddish.
COOL makes whites, bluish.
PICTURE
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOR TEMP
NORMAL
OR
COLOR TEMP
WARM
OR
COLOR TEMP
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COOL
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Picture
SETTING THE EYE FIDELITY CONTROL
E
ye Fidelity gives you a choice between
two different scanning techniques—progressive or interlaced.
Progressive scan doubles the number of picture lines, eliminating line flicker and providing a jitter-free picture.
Interlaced improves the appearance of
onscreen motion. It also helps smooth out
jagged lines that are sometimes seen on
curved and angled surfaces in the picture.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
PICTURE
POWER
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote to show the onscreen
menu.
TV
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the PICTURE submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
repeatedly until the EYE FIDELITY
control is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
or LEFT until you select the option
you want, either PROGRESSIVE or
INTERLACED.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
turn the menu off.
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
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5
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UP
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SOUND
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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• Eye Fidelity is not available for use with
the AV4 signal source.
• You may want to use the interlaced
option to enhance programs containing
a lot of motion.
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PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOR TEMP
EYE FIDELITY
1
PROGRESSIVE
OR
EYE FIDELITY
MUTE
VOL
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HELPFUL HINTS
2,4
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
30
INTERLACED
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Picture
SETTING THE DYNAMIC CONTRAST CONTROL
T
he Dynamic Contrast control allows you
to sharpen the picture quality by making
dark portions of the picture darker and light
portions of the picture more noticeable.
Normally, you will probably want to select
MED. In certain circumstances, however,
you may prefer MIN or MAX.
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
PICTURE
SHARPNESS
TINT
30
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
PICTURE
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the PICTURE submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
repeatedly until the DYN. CONTRAST
control is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
or LEFT until you select the option
you want: MIN, MED, or MAX.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
HELPFUL HINT
Dynamic Contrast is not available for use
with the AV4 signal source.
TV
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
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DN
5
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
2,4
ON
MIN
OR
DYN. CONTRAST
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOR TEMP
EYE FIDELITY
DYN. CONTRAST
MED
OR
DYN. CONTRAST
MUTE
3
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
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OR
DYN. CONTRAST
OFF
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Sound
ADJUSTING THE TREBLE, BASS, AND BALANCE CONTROLS
B
esides the normal volume level control,
your TV also has individual soundadjustment controls. You can use TREBLE
(high frequency), BASS (low frequency), and
Speaker BALANCE to further adjust the
sound playback of TV programs.
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
SOUND
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
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Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
SOUND
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
once to highlight SOUND.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the SOUND submenu.
TV
To adjust the TREBLE level of the
television’s sound, press the
CURSOR RING RIGHT or LEFT.
To adjust another sound control,
press the CURSOR RING DOWN
until the control (BASS or BALANCE)
is highlighted. Then press the CURSOR RING RIGHT or LEFT to adjust
the selected control.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
5
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MUTE
2,4
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
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POSITION
When the bar scale is centered, speaker sound
BALANCE is centered between the TV’s left
and right side speakers.
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SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
TV/VCR
HELPFUL HINT
3,4
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
1
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
0
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Sound
USING THE AVL (AUDIO VOLUME LEVELER) CONTROL
Y
ou may have noticed the peaks and valleys of sound that occur between program changes or at commercial breaks. The
volume levels often vary considerably. By
turning on the AVL (Audio Volume Leveler)
control, you can make your TV produce a
more consistent volume level. Follow these
steps to turn the AVL control on.
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
SOUND
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
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BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
once to highlight SOUND.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the SOUND submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
repeatedly until AVL is highlighted.
Then press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT or LEFT to turn AVL ON or
OFF.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
TV
DN
5
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CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
The AVL control does not function with the
Dolby* Virtual feature, so the option disappears from the SOUND submenu when you
select DOLBY VIRTUAL.
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
3
OFF
OR
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
AVL
MUTE
2,4
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
HELPFUL HINT
SOUND
POWER
A/CH
POSITION
*Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
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Using the Onscreen Submenus: Sound
SELECTING THE SURROUND-SOUND MODES
B
ased on the signal source, you can select
various surround-sound modes: MONO,
SPATIAL, STEREO, INCR. SURROUND, or
DOLBY* VIRTUAL (Virtual Dolby Surround).
(See descriptions of the options to the right.)
1
2
3
Surround-sound Modes
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
In stereo: select STEREO, INCR.
SURROUND, or DOLBY VIRTUAL.
INCR. (Incredible) SURROUND
enhances stereo programs by making the
sound broader and fuller.
DOLBY VIRTUAL (with Virtual Dolby
Surround signals) creates a virtualized
surround-sound experience from two speakers using Dolby Pro Logic.* It retains all
the original multichannel audio information
and provides the listener with the sensation
of being surrounded by additional speakers.
In mono: select MONO or SPATIAL.
SPATIAL enables you to add a surround
effect to mono programs.
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Selecting a Surround-sound
Option Using the
Remote Control
While watching TV, you can select a surroundsound listening mode immediately by pressing the
DOLBY V button. Each press of the DOLBY V
button selects a different mode based on the TV
signal being received.
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Button
Selecting a Surround-sound
Option Using the TV Buttons
Should your remote control become lost or otherwise unavailable for use, follow the steps below to
use the buttons on the front of the TV to access the
onscreen menu and select a surround-sound mode.
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
BEGIN
1
2
3
Press the Volume + and – buttons
simultaneously. The onscreen menu
appears.
4
Press the Volume + and – buttons
simultaneously and repeatedly until you
back out of the menu screens.
Press the Channel Down button to
highlight SOUND. Then press the
Volume + button to enter the SOUND
submenu.
Press the Channel Down button
repeatedly until INCR. SURROUND is
highlighted. Then press the Volume + or
– button until you select the surroundsound mode you want.
SOUND
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
SOUND
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
OFF
STEREO
OR
FORMAT
INCR . SURROUND
. SURROUND
EXPAND
4:3
INCR
Or, when signals are being
broadcast in Virtual Dolby
Surround:
INCR . SURROUND
DOLBY VIRTUAL
When signals are being broadcast in mono (nonstereo):
INCR . SURROUND
MONO
OR
INCR . SURROUND
HELPFUL HINT
The AVL (Audio Volume Leveler) control does
not function with the Dolby Virtual feature, so
the option disappears from the SOUND submenu when you select DOLBY VIRTUAL.
*Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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Using the Onscreen Submenus: Sound
SELECTING THE STEREO/MONO SOUND MODE
Y
ou can enjoy stereo programs on your
TV. It has both an amplifier and twin
speakers through which stereo sound can be
heard. While watching the channel or signal
source for which you want to select
STEREO, follow the steps below.
NOTE: When you connect a mono (nonstereo) device to the TV, such as a mono
VCR, you must be sure to select MONO for
the AV source to which you connected the
device. Otherwise, you will receive sound
from only one speaker. The reason is that in
connecting the mono device, you can use
only one audio input (Left or Right channel).
This will produce sound in only one speaker
when the sound setting for the AV source is
STEREO.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
6
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
TV
DN
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ACC
VCR
ACTIVE
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3,5
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
HEADPHONE
STEREO
MONO
OR
STEREO
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2,4
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the SOUND submenu.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
or LEFT to select STEREO or
MONO. When STEREO has been
selected, the television will reproduce
any stereo signal it receives.
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PICTURE
SOUND
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
once to highlight SOUND.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
repeatedly until the STEREO control
is highlighted.
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
SOUND
POWER
SWAP
SOUND
CH
VOL
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Using the Onscreen Submenus: Sound
SELECTING THE SAP (SECOND AUDIO PROGRAM) FEATURE
S
AP, or Second Audio Program, is an additional part of the stereo broadcast system.
Sent as a third audio channel, an SAP can be
heard apart from the current TV program sound.
TV stations are free to use SAP for any number
of purposes, such as the broadcast of a second
language or other audio information.
MUTE
CH
VOL
If an SAP signal is not present with a selected
program, the SAP option cannot be selected.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SAP
0 Button
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Selecting SAP Using
the Remote Control
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SAP
AV
Select SAP immediately by pressing the
SAP button on the remote control if the feature is
being made available with the program you are
watching.
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Selecting SAP Using
the TV Buttons
Should your remote control become lost or otherwise unavailable for use, follow the steps below to
use the buttons on the front of the TV to access the
onscreen menu and select SAP.
NOTE: SAP must be broadcast with the program
you are watching for you to be able to select the
feature.
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
SOUND
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
Press the Volume + and – buttons
simultaneously. The onscreen menu
appears.
Press the Channel Down button to
highlight SOUND. Then press the
Volume + button to enter the SOUND
submenu.
SOUND
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
HEADPHONE
STEREO
SAP
OFF
IF A SECOND AUDIO PROGRAM
IS BEING BROADCAST:
SAP
ON
OR
SAP
Press the Channel Down button
repeatedly until SAP is highlighted.
Then press the Volume + or – button to
turn SAP on or off.
OFF
IF A SECOND AUDIO PROGRAM
IS NOT BEING BROADCAST:
SAP
NOT AVAILABLE
Press the Volume + and – buttons
simultaneously and repeatedly until you
back out of the menu screens.
OR
SAP
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Using the Onscreen Submenus: Sound
USING THE BASS BOOST CONTROL
T
he BASS BOOST control allows you to
increase the low-frequency range of the
TV’s sound. This creates a deeper, fuller
sound. Follow these steps to turn BASS
BOOST ON.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
AVL
INCR . SURROUND
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
Press MENU/SELECT button on
the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
once to highlight SOUND.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
or LEFT to turn BASS BOOST ON
or OFF.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
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BASS
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SOUND
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the SOUND submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
repeatedly until BASS BOOST is
highlighted.
SOUND
3,5
STEREO
SAP
AUDIO OUT
SPEAKERS
BASS BOOST
ON
PICTURE
SOUND
OR
BASS BOOST
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2,4
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
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POSITION
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OFF
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
SETTING THE CLOCK
Y
our TV comes with an onscreen clock. You
will need to set the clock before you can use
the Timer feature. During normal operation, the
time appears on the screen when you press the
STATUS/EXIT button. You can show the time on
screen constantly by turning the TIMER DISPLAY control on (see page 38).
For instructions on setting the Timer’s START
and STOP times, see page 39. Then go to pages
40 and 41 to learn how to select the Timer’s
channel and activate the Timer.
NOTE: You can access the TIME (clock) feature
directly by pressing the Clock button on the
remote control.
7
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
twice to highlight FEATURES.
8
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
3,4,
5
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT to
enter the FEATURES submenu.
MUTE
2
CH
VOL
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
again to shift the display left and highlight the TIME control.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
again to highlight the time indicator area.
Press the NUMBER buttons to enter
the correct time. If you make a mistake
entering the time, press the CURSOR
RING LEFT or RIGHT to move among
the input slots to make corrections.
NOTE: You can also press the CURSOR
RING UP or DOWN to cycle through
digits to input the time.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
POWER
BEGIN
Press the MENU/SELECT button on
the remote control to show the onscreen
menu.
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
1
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
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8:00 PM
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Button
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Press the CURSOR RING UP or
DOWN to select AM or PM.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to exit
the menu.
HELPFUL HINTS
• For single-digit entries, be sure to press 0
first and then the hour number.
• If you’d like, set the clock automatically
using the AutoChron™ feature (page 5,
Quick Use and Setup Guide).
• Clock settings may be lost when the TV is
unplugged or when AC power to the set is
interrupted.
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Access the TIME (Clock) feature
directly by pressing the Clock
button on the remote control.
After doing so, follow steps 5–8
on this page to set the clock.
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
DISPLAYING THE TIME
A
fter you have set the TV’s clock, you can
use your TV to keep up with the time on
screen. You can also set the timer to switch
to another channel, and, if you want, turn
the TV off. The Timer’s DISPLAY control
allows you to show the time constantly in the
upper right corner of the screen.
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
twice to highlight FEATURES.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the FEATURES submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
again. Then press the CURSOR RING
DOWN repeatedly until the DISPLAY
control is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
or LEFT to turn the TIMER
DISPLAY ON or OFF.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
TV
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
6
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
3,4,
5
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
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A/CH
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TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
8:06 PM
FEATURES
TIMER
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
DISPLAY
ON
OR
DISPLAY
OFF
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
SETTING THE TIMER’S START TIME AND STOP TIME
Y
ou can set the Timer to switch to a selected
channel at a specific time while you are
watching another channel, or when the TV is in
standby mode. (Standby mode is when the TV is
plugged into the wall outlet but turned off.) If
you want, you can also set the TV to turn off at
some time after the TV switches channels.
Follow the steps below to set the Timer’s
START TIME and STOP TIME.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
twice to highlight FEATURES.
7
TV
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT to
enter the FEATURES submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
again. Then press the CURSOR RING
DOWN once to highlight the START
TIME control.
9
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
8
MUTE
2 1
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
6
3,4,
5
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to highlight the time indicator area.
Press the NUMBER buttons to enter
the correct time. If you make a mistake entering the time, use the
CURSOR RING LEFT or RIGHT to
move among the time input slots to
make corrections.
NOTE: You can also use the
CURSOR RING UP or DOWN to
cycle through digits to input the time.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
A/CH
POSITION
PIP
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
8:06 PM
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
_ _:_ _
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
8:00 AM
Press the CURSOR RING UP or
DOWN to select AM or PM.
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
Press the CURSOR RING LEFT
repeatedly until START TIME is highlighted. Then press the CURSOR RING
DOWN to highlight STOP TIME. If you
want the TV to switch off at some time
after the changing of channels, follow
steps 5–7 above to set the STOP TIME.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to exit
the menu.
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
See pages 40 and 41 for instructions on selecting
the Timer’s channel and activating the timer.
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_ _:_ _
9:30 AM
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
SELECTING THE TIMER’S CHANNEL
F
ollow these steps to select the channel to
which the Timer will switch the TV.
1
2
3
4
5
6
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
BEGIN
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
twice to highlight FEATURES.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT to
enter the FEATURES submenu.
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT.
Then press the CURSOR RING
DOWN repeatedly until the CHANNEL control is highlighted.
TV
Press the NUMBER buttons to enter
the desired start-up channel. Or press
the CURSOR RING RIGHT repeatedly to enter the start-up channel you
want.
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
6
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
MENU/
SELECT
MUTE
2 1
CH
VOL
NOTE: Before the Timer will work, you
must activate it. See page 41.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
5
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
8:06 PM
PICTURE
SOUND
STATUS/
EXIT
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
3,4
FEATURES
A/CH
POSITION
40
PIP
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
5
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
SETTING THE TIMER’S ACTIVATE CONTROL
A
fter you have set the TIME, START
TIME, STOP TIME, and CHANNEL, you
must activate the Timer for it to operate.
Your options are to set the Timer to work
ONCE or DAILY. Set ACTIVATE to OFF if
you don’t want to use the Timer.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
FEATURES
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
twice to highlight FEATURES.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the FEATURES submenu.
TV
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
again. Then press the CURSOR RING
DOWN repeatedly until the ACTIVATE control is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to cycle through the options and make
your selection. The options are
ONCE, DAILY, or OFF.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
6
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
3,4,
5
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2 1
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
FEATURES
TIMER
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
ACTIVATE
POSITION
• Changing the channel or adjusting the
volume during the last minute of a Timer
setting will cancel the shutting off of the
TV.
• Thirty seconds before the set changes to
the channel you set (see page 40), an
announcement appears on screen.
CHANGING TO
CHANNEL 5
IN 29 SEC
41
PIP
DAILY
OR
ACTIVATE
HELPFUL HINTS
ONCE
OR
TV/VCR
A/CH
8:06 PM
OFF
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
UNDERSTANDING AUTOLOCK™
T
he AutoLock™ feature can help parents control what their children watch
on TV. AutoLock™ does this by using the
content advisories sent by broadcasters
or other program providers. After you
program AutoLock™, it can respond to
the content advisories and block programs that contain content that you may
consider objectionable—offensive language, violence, or sexual situations. You
can also use AutoLock™ to block channels that you don’t want your children to
watch.
In this section, you’ll learn how to block
channels and programming that is not
rated, is unrated, or has no rating. You
will also find out how to turn these blocking features on or off. Following on this
page are brief explanations of
AutoLock™ terms and program ratings.
Terms
BLOCKING control—can be thought
of as the “master switch” for
AutoLock™. This control affects the settings you have chosen for blocking programs according to movie ratings or TV
ratings, or for blocking programs that
have no rating or are unrated. When the
BLOCKING control is OFF, the blocking
or censoring of programs is disabled.
When the BLOCKING control is ON,
blocking will occur according to the settings you have chosen.
BLOCK UNRATED control—if set to
ON, blocks all unrated programs.
Unrated programming consists of the
kind of shows that the MPAA (Motion
Picture Association of America) or the
TV broadcasters have chosen not to rate.
NO RATING control—if set to ON,
blocks all programming with no content
advisory data.
Programming that has No Rating is not
encoded with any rating information
from the MPAA or the Parental
Guidelines. Any programming could fall
into this category.
BLOCK CHANNEL control—enables
you to block individual channels that you
don’t want children to see.
AutoLock
MOVIE RATING
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
ON
MOVIE RATINGS
AutoLock
TV RATING
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
ON
TV PARENTAL GUIDELINES
(MOTION PICTURE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA)
(TV BROADCASTERS)
G (General Audience)—all ages
admitted. Most parents will find programs that are rated G to be suitable
for children of all ages. Such programs
have little or no violence, no strong
language, and little or no sexual dialog
or sexual situations.
TV TV-Y (All Children)—designed to
be appropriate for all children,
especially ones ages 2–6. Programs
rated TV-Y are not expected to frighten
younger children.
PG (Parental Guidance
Suggested)—contain material that parents may find unsuitable for younger
children. Programs that are rated PG
have one or more of the following:
moderate violence, some sexual situations, infrequent coarse language, or
some suggestive dialog.
PG-13 (Parents Strongly
Cautioned)—contain material that parents may find unsuitable for children
under the age of 13. Programs that are
rated PG-13 have one or more of the
following: violence, sexual situations,
coarse language, or suggestive dialog.
R (Restricted)—specifically designed
for adults. Anyone under the age of 17
should view programs that are rated R
only with an accompanying parent or
adult guardian. Such programs have one
or more of the following: intense violence; intense sexual situations; strong,
coarse language; or intensely suggestive
dialogue.
NC-17 (No one under the age of 17
will be admitted)—should be viewed
by adults only. Programs that are rated
NC-17 have graphic violence; explicit
sex; or crude, indecent language.
X (Adults Only)—contain one or more
of the following: very graphic violence,
very graphic and explicit or indecent
sexual acts, or very coarse and intensely
suggestive language.
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Y
TV TV-Y7 (Directed to Older
Children)—designed for children
ages 7 and older. Programs rated
TV-Y7 may be more appropriate for children who have acquired the development
skills needed to distinguish between
make-believe and reality. Such programs
may include mild fantasy and comic violence (FV).
Y7
TV TV-G (General Audience)—most
will consider programs that
G parents
are rated TV-G to be suitable for
children of all ages. Such programs have
little or no violence, no strong language,
and little or no sexual dialogue or sexual
situations.
TV TV-PG (Parental Guidance
PG Suggested)—contain material that
parents may find unsuitable for
younger children. This type of programming has one or more of the following:
moderate violence (V), some sexual situations (S), infrequent coarse language
(L), or some suggestive dialogue (D).
TV TV-14 (Parents Strongly
material that
14 Cautioned—contain
many parents will find unsuitable
for children under 14 years of age. Such
programs have one or more of the following: intense violence (V); intense sexual
situations (S); strong, coarse language
(L); or intensely suggestive dialogue (D).
TV TV-MA (Mature Audience Only)—
designed to be viewed by
MA specifically
adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17. Such programs
have one or more of the following: graphic
violence (V); explicit sexual situations (S);
or crude, indecent language (L).
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
SETTING
UP THE
AUTOLOCK™ ACCESS CODE
Y
our AutoLock™ access code allows
you to enter the AutoLock™ submenus
to set up or turn off blocking. Your access
code is also the “key” that unlocks programs or channels that are being blocked
by AutoLock™.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
FEATURES
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
----
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN twice to highlight
FEATURES.
TV
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
Press 0,7,1,1 on the remote control.
INCORRECT will appear on the
screen.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT. Then press the CURSOR
RING DOWN once to highlight the
AutoLock control.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT to highlight ACCESS
CODE.
FEATURES
POWER
UP
3,4
ACCESS CODE
----
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
XXXX
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
9
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
FEATURES
2 1
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
FEATURES
ACCESS CODE
XXXX
INCORRECT
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
----
FEATURES
FEATURES
TV/VCR
Press 0,7,1,1 on the remote control
again. ENTER NEW CODE will
appear on the screen.
Enter a new four-digit code using
the number buttons. CONFIRM
CODE will appear on the screen.
A/CH
POSITION
PIP
5,6,
7,8
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
XXXX
FEATURES
Enter your new four-digit code
again. CORRECT will flash on the
screen briefly.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
Press the STATUS/EXIT button
exit the menu.
HELPFUL HINTS
• An X appears on screen to confirm the
receipt of each digit by the TV as you
input your AutoLock™ access code.
• Parents, it isn’t possible for your child
to unblock a channel without knowing
your access code or changing it to a
new one. If you discover that your
access code has been changed, you can
assume that blocked channels may
have been viewed.
You can also set up a new
access code from the main
AutoLock™ Submenu using
the SETUP CODE option.
Simply enter and confirm
the new Code to activate it.
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FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
ENTER
NEW CODE
----
FEATURES
ENTER
NEW CODE
XXXX
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
CONFIRM
CODE
----
FEATURES
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
CONFIRM
CODE
XXXX
ENTER
NEW CODE
XXXX
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
CONFIRM
CODE
XXXX
CORRECT
CONFIRM
CODE
XXXX
CORRECT
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
USING AUTOLOCK™ TO BLOCK CHANNELS
A
fter you have set up your personal
access code (see page 42), you are
ready to select the channels or program
sources you want to block.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
Press the MENU/SELECT
button on the remote control to
show the onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN twice to highlight
FEATURES.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT. Then press the CURSOR
RING DOWN once to highlight the
AutoLock control.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT again to highlight ACCESS
CODE.
Enter your four-digit ACCESS
CODE. CORRECT will flash very
briefly and the submenu will move
to the left with BLOCK CHANNEL
highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT to highlight the TV’s available channels.
Press the CURSOR RING UP or
DOWN to highlight the channel
you want to block.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT to block the channel. A
padlock image will appear to the
right of the channel number. If you
decide you don’t want to block the
channel, press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT again to remove the block.
(The padlock image goes away.)
Repeat steps 7 and 8 for any channels you
want to block from viewing.
NOTE: You can highlight the ALL option,
then press the CURSOR RING RIGHT to
block all channels at once. Or press the
CURSOR RING RIGHT to unlock all
channels.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button
to exit the menu.
6
7
8
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
TV
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
3,4,
6,8
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
----
FEATURES
ACCESS CODE
----
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
XXXX
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
9
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
FEATURES
POWER
7
FEATURES
FEATURES
2 1
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
PIP
5
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
1
2
3
4
5
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
1
2
3
4
5
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
1
2
3
4
5
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
2
3
4
5
6
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
2
3
4
5
6
To block all channels at once, highlight ALL in the channel list. Then press
the CURSOR RING RIGHT to block. Remove the blocks the same
way.
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
9
HELPFUL HINT
You can use the BLOCK CHANNEL control to prevent the viewing of programs
coming from a VCR, DVD, or other accessory device connected to any of the
audio/video (AV) inputs on the TV.
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ALL
1
2
3
4
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
ALL
1
2
3
4
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
USING AUTOLOCK™ TO BLOCK
A
fter you have set your personal access
code (see page 42), you can block
programs by specific movie ratings.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
Press the MENU/SELECT
button on the remote control to
show the onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN twice to highlight
FEATURES.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT. Then press the CURSOR
RING DOWN once to highlight
the AutoLock control.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT again to highlight
ACCESS CODE.
Enter your four-digit ACCESS
CODE. CORRECT will flash very
briefly in red and the submenu will
move to the left with BLOCK
CHANNEL highlighted.
6
7
8
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN repeatedly until MOVIE
RATING is highlighted.
9
Press the STATUS/EXIT button
to exit the menu.
TV
9
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
FEATURES
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
FEATURES
ACC
VCR
SWAP
3,4,
7
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
----
FEATURES
ACCESS CODE
----
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
XXXX
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2,6
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT and the Rating submenu
will shift to the left with G highlighted.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
POWER
8
MOVIE RATING
FEATURES
TIMER
AUTOLOCK
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
BY
PIP
5
Press the CURSOR RING UP or
DOWN to highlight each rating you
want. Then press the CURSOR
RING RIGHT to turn the rating ON
or OFF. Turning the rating ON will
block such programs from being
seen.
HELPFUL HINT
When a rating is set to be turned on
(blocked), all higher ratings will also be
blocked automatically. For example, if the
R rating is turned on, the NC-17 and X
ratings also will be turned on.
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1
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
AutoLock
MOVIE RATING
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
2
3
4
5
6
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
OFF
AV3
ALL
1
2
AutoLock
MOVIE RATING
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
ON
AV3
ALL
1
2
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
USING AUTOLOCK™ TO BLOCK
Y
BY TV
RATING
ou also can block programs by specific
TV ratings. Follow these simple steps.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Press the MENU/SELECT
button on the remote control to
show the onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN twice to highlight
FEATURES.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TV
Enter your four-digit ACCESS
CODE.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN repeatedly until TV
RATING is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT to enter the TV RATING
submenu.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN or UP to select a rating.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT or LEFT to turn the
block on the rating ON or OFF.
NOTE: More-specific subratings
(for violence, sexual content, dialogue, or fantasy violence) are
available for TV-Y7, TV-PG,
TV-14, and TV-MA.
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
11
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
FEATURES
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
FEATURES
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT. Then press the CURSOR
RING DOWN once to highlight
the AutoLock control.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT again to highlight
ACCESS CODE.
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
BEGIN
3,4,
7,9,
10
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
----
FEATURES
ACCESS CODE
----
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
XXXX
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2,6,
8
1
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
PIP
5
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
AutoLock
TV RATING
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
2
3
4
5
6
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
OFF
AV3
ALL
1
2
AutoLock
TV RATING
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
ON
AV3
ALL
1
2
TV-Y (All Children)—designed to be appropriate for all children, especially ones ages 2–6.
Programs rated TV-Y are not expected to frighten younger children.
To access these subratings, press
the CURSOR RING RIGHT.
Press the CURSOR RING UP or
DOWN to select the subrating that
you want to block or unblock.
Then press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT or LEFT button to turn the
block on the subrating ON or OFF.
TV-G (General Audience)—likely to be considered suitable for children of all ages. Such programs have little or no violence, no strong language, and little or no sexual dialogue or sexual situations.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button
to exit the menu.
TV-PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)—contain material that parents may find unsuitable for
younger children. This type of programming has one or more of the following: moderate violence
(V), some sexual situations (S), infrequent coarse language (L), or some suggestive dialogue (D).
TV-Y7 (Directed to Older Children)—designed for children ages 7 and older. Programs rated
TV-Y7 may be more appropriate for children who have acquired the development skills needed to
distinguish between make-believe and reality. Such programs may include mild fantasy and comic
violence (FV).
TV-14 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)—contain material that many parents will find unsuitable for
children under 14 years of age. Such programs have one or more of the following: intense violence
(V); intense sexual situations (S); strong, coarse language (L); or intensely suggestive dialogue
(D).
TV-MA (Mature Audience Only)—specifically designed to be viewed by adults and therefore
may be unsuitable for children under 17. Such programs have one or more of the following: graphic violence (V); explicit sexual situations (S); or crude, indecent language (L).
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Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
TURNING THE AUTOLOCK™ BLOCKING CONTROL
T
he BLOCKING control can be thought
of as the “master switch” for
AutoLock™. Use it to turn ON or OFF all
of the settings (based on ratings). This control does not affect channel blocks
(see page 44).
FEATURES
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
ON OR OFF
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
----
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN twice to highlight
FEATURES.
TV
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT again to highlight ACCESS
CODE.
Enter your four-digit ACCESS
CODE.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN repeatedly until BLOCK
OPTIONS is highlighted.
9
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
UP
3,4,
7,8
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
FEATURES
ACCESS CODE
----
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
XXXX
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2,6
1
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT to enter the BLOCK
OPTIONS submenu. BLOCKING
will be highlighted.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
DN
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT. Then press the CURSOR
RING DOWN once to highlight the
AutoLock control.
FEATURES
POWER
PIP
5
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT or LEFT to turn
BLOCKING ON or OFF.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button
to exit the menu.
47
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
AutoLock
BLOCK OPTIONS
BLOCKING
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
2
3
4
5
6
OFF
AV3
ALL
1
2
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
AutoLock
BLOCK OPTIONS
BLOCKING
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
BLOCKING
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
ON
AV3
ALL
1
2
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
USING AUTOLOCK™ TO BLOCK UNRATED BROADCASTS
I
n addition to blocking rated programs
or channels, you may also choose to
block all programming that is unrated.
Unrated programming consists of shows
that the MPAA (Motion Picture
Association of America) or the TV broadcasters have chosen not to rate.
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
FEATURES
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
----
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Press the MENU/SELECT
button on the remote control to
show the onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN twice to highlight
FEATURES.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT. Then press the
CURSOR RING DOWN once
to highlight the AutoLock control.
FEATURES
POWER
TV
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
10
ACC
VCR
SWAP
UP
3,4,
7,9
Enter your four-digit ACCESS
CODE.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN repeatedly until BLOCK
OPTIONS is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT to enter the BLOCK
OPTIONS submenu.
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
2,6,
8
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
1
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
PIP
5
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN once to select BLOCK
UNRATED.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT or LEFT to turn
BLOCK UNRATED ON or OFF.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button
to exit the menu.
HELPFUL HINT
When the BLOCK UNRATED control is
turned ON, attempts to view unrated programs will bring to the screen a message
like the one shown to the right. To watch
the program, enter your access code or go
into the BLOCK OPTIONS submenu and
turn the BLOCK UNRATED control OFF.
ACCESS CODE
----
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
XXXX
PICTURE
SOUND
MUTE
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT again to highlight
ACCESS CODE.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
FEATURES
Channel 12
Blocked by AutoLock
Unrated
Access Code
----
48
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
AutoLock
BLOCK OPTIONS
BLOCKING
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
2
3
4
5
6
OFF
OFF
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
AutoLock
BLOCK OPTIONS
BLOCKING
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
BLOCKING
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
ON
ON
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
USING AUTOLOCK™ TO BLOCK BROADCASTS THAT HAVE NO RATING
S
ome programs contain no content advisories from the Motion Picture
Association of America or the television
broadcasters (see page 42). To block programs with no rating, follow these steps.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Press the MENU/SELECT
button on the remote control to
show the onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN twice to highlight
FEATURES.
TV
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT. Then press the
CURSOR RING DOWN once to
highlight the AutoLock control.
DN
10
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT again to highlight the
ACCESS CODE input area.
Enter your four-digit ACCESS
CODE.
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN repeatedly until BLOCK
OPTIONS is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT to enter the BLOCK
OPTIONS submenu.
ACC
VCR
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
UP
3,4,
7,9
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
----
FEATURES
ACCESS CODE
----
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
ACCESS CODE
XXXX
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2,6,
8
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
PIP
5
Press the CURSOR RING
DOWN twice to highlight NO
RATING.
Press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT or LEFT to turn NO
RATING ON or OFF.
Press the STATUS/EXIT button
to exit the menu.
HELPFUL HINT
If the NO RATING control is turned on,
all programs having no content advisory
information will activate a screen like the
one shown to the right. To watch the
channel, enter your access code or turn
the NO RATING option OFF.
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
FEATURES
POWER
SWAP
FEATURES
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
Channel 12
Blocked by AutoLock
No rating
Access Code
----
49
1
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
AutoLock
BLOCK OPTIONS
BLOCKING
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
2
3
4
5
6
FEATURES
AutoLock
BLOCK CHANNEL
SETUP CODE
MOVIE RATING
TV RATING
BLOCK OPTIONS
OFF
OFF
OFF
AutoLock
BLOCK OPTIONS
BLOCKING
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
BLOCKING
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
ON
ON
ON
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
REVIEWING YOUR CURRENT AUTOLOCK™ SETTINGS
A
utoLock™ provides a screen that shows
the settings you have selected. Here’s
how to access the screen.
BEGIN
1
2
TV RATING Y7
PG
14
MA
MOVIE RATING R
NC17
X
Press the STATUS/EXIT button on
the remote control twice. Your
AutoLock™ settings will appear on
the screen.
NOTE: If you have blocked specific
subratings, such as V for Violence in
the TV-PG category, these blocked
subratings will not appear in the
review. Nonetheless, the subratings are
still blocked according to your selections.
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
ON
OFF
POWER
TV
After a few seconds, the settings will
leave the screen automatically, or
you can press the STATUS/EXIT
button to exit the menu.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
1, 2
HELPFUL HINT
The AutoLock™ review screen will appear
only if you have turned ON the BLOCKING control (see page 47).
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
MOVIE RATING—shows all the movie ratings
that you have chosen to block within the MOVIE
RATING control. NOTE: If a lower rating is
blocked, higher ratings will also be blocked automatically. For example, if you block R-rated programs, those that are rated X will also be
blocked.
TV RATING—shows all the TV ratings that you
have chosen to block within the TV RATING
control. NOTE: If a lower rating is blocked,
higher ratings will also be blocked automatically.
For example, if you block TV-PG-rated programs, those rated TV-14 and TV-MA will also
be blocked. The TV rating controls also have
subratings for Violence (V), Fantasy Violence
(FV), Sexual Situations (S), Coarse Language
(L), and Suggestive Language (D). If you turn off
a main rating but turn on a subrating of that main
rating control, programs having the subrating will
be blocked; however, the main rating will not
appear within the AutoLock review submenu
because you did not turn it ON.
BLOCK UNRATED—shows whether you have
turned this control ON or OFF.
BLOCK NO RATING—shows whether you
have turned this control ON or OFF.
A/CH
POSITION
MOVIE RATING R
NC17
X
BLOCK UNRATED
NO RATING
50
TV RATING Y7
PG
14
MA
ON
OFF
PIP
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
USING THE CLOSED CAPTIONING CONTROL
C
losed Captioning (CC) allows you to read
the voice content of television programs
on the TV screen. Designed to help the hearing impaired, this feature uses onscreen text
boxes to show dialogue and conversations
while the TV program is in progress.
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press the MENU/SELECT button
on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
twice to highlight FEATURES.
6
TV
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
repeatedly until the CLOSED CAP
control is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT.
The submenu will shift to the left and
CAPTION MODE will be highlighted. Then press the CURSOR RING
RIGHT again to highlight the
CAPTION MODEs area.
Press the CURSOR RING UP or
DOWN to select a CAPTION MODE.
NOTES:
9
7
PIP CH
DN
9
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
3,5,
8
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
2,4
CH
VOL
1
1
2
3 MUTE
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to turn the onscreen display of Closed
Captioning on or off. Closed
Captioning will be shown only if the
TV station broadcasting on the channel has the feature available.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
• The CC MUTE option turns the
Closed Captioning mode on whenever
the MUTE button on the remote control is pushed. Select CC MUTE in
the onscreen submenu to turn this feature on.
Press the CURSOR RING LEFT to
return to the CLOSED CAP submenu.
Then press the CURSOR RING
DOWN to highlight CC DISPLAY.
FEATURES
POWER
Press the CURSOR RING RIGHT
to enter the FEATURES submenu.
• CC1 mode is the usual setting. CC2,
CC3, and CC4 may not be supported
by broadcast stations.
7
8
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PIP
51
FEATURES
CLOSED CAP
CAPTION MODE
CC DISPLAY
CC1
CC2
CC3
CC4
CC MUTE
Button
Selecting the CC MUTE option
allows you to display Closed
Captioning by pressing the MUTE
button on the remote control.
Note, however, that the program
you are watching must be providing
Closed Captioning.You must also
be sure CC DISPLAY is turned ON.
FEATURES
CLOSED CAP
CAPTION MODE
CC DISPLAY
HELPFUL HINTS
• Refer to your
area’s TV program
listings for the stations and times of
shows being
broadcast with
Closed
Captioning.
• Broadcasters
determine the content of captions.
Any occurrences
of misspellings,
incorrect grammar,
or strange characters are not the
result of TV malfunction.
CAPTION MODE
CC DISPLAY
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
CC MUTE
TXT1
TXT3
TXT3
TXT4
ON
OR
CC DISPLAY
CAPTION Mode
Example Display
OFF
TEXT Mode
Example Display
The TV program is blocked
by the Text screen.
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Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
USING THE PICTURE-FORMAT CONTROL
TV
T
he TV’s picture-format options allow flexibility
in displaying video sources. The choices for
the high-definition (HD) inputs (AV4) are 4:3 and
Compress 16:9. The options for TV, AV1, CVI,
AV2, and AV3 (side-panel inputs) are 4:3, AUTO,
and EXPAND 4:3. See the descriptions of the
options to the right and illustrations of them
below.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
PICTURE
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
MUTE
CH
VOL
Selecting a Picture Format
Using the Remote Control
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
While watching a video source—with no onscreen
menu or display present—press the CURSOR
RING RIGHT or LEFT until you select the picture format you want. Or press the FORMAT
button to perform the same function.
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
HOME
VIDEO
HOME
MOVIES
POSITION
PERSONAL
PIP
FORMAT
Button
EXPAND 4:3
4:3 (Standard Format)
Picture-format Options
CURSOR
RING
UP
SOUND
EXPAND 4:3
COMPRESS (16:9) (Available Only with the AV4 Source)
COMPRESS 16:9
Selecting a Picture Format
Using the TV Buttons
NOTE: Your TV’s screen has what is
referred to as a 4:3 aspect ratio, which is
conventional, standard size.
Use the 4:3 picture-format option to view
standard-size, full-screen video sources. The
4:3 format is the one most commonly used
by broadcast stations.
AUTO zooms the picture. Detects the presence of black borders in widescreen-format
movies and fills the screen as much as possible, reducing the size of—or eliminating—
the black borders. When you select AUTO
while watching widescreen-format movies
on commercial television, AUTO expands
the picture, automatically readjusts the picture for correct viewing when commercials
appear, and then returns the picture to
expanded mode when the movie reappears.
AUTO provides a more expansive zoom
than EXPAND 4:3.
EXPAND 4:3 zooms the picture. Use to
expand a widescreen-format movie picture
broadcast on commercial TV, reducing the
size of—or eliminating—black borders.
COMPRESS 16:9 squeezes the picture,
forming black borders. Allows you to show
high-definition video signal sources of the
highest resolution (called 1080i) in their
original widescreen (16:9) format, thus providing a more natural-looking picture. This
option is available with the AV4 source only.
WARNING
Should your remote control become lost or otherwise unavailable for use, follow the steps below to
use the buttons on the front of the TV to access the
onscreen menu and select a picture-format control.
To prevent uneven picture-tube aging, do not
leave nonmoving images or black borders on
the screen for an extended period. See page 57.
BEGIN
1
2
3
4
Press the Volume + and – buttons
simultaneously. The onscreen menu
appears.
Press the Channel Down button
repeatedly until FEATURES is highlighted. Then press the Volume + button
to enter the FEATURES submenu.
Press the Channel Down button
repeatedly until FORMAT is highlighted.
Then press the Volume + or – button until
you select the picture format you want.
Press the Volume + and – buttons
simultaneously and repeatedly until
you back out of the menu screens.
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
FEATURES
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
OR
AUTO
FORMAT
EXPAND 4:3
For the HD-INPUT AV4 signal
source, the options are:
FORMAT
COMPRESS 16:9
OR
FORMAT
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OR
4:3
FORMAT
4:3
Using the Onscreen Submenus: Features
USING ACTIVE CONTROL™
A
ctive Control™ Measures and corrects
all incoming signals to provide the best
picture-quality settings.
When you choose to turn Active Control™
on, picture sharpness and noise reduction
are controlled automatically. Active
Control™ adapts picture settings continuously and automatically.
NOTE: Active Control™ is not available for
signals connected to the AV4 inputs.
Turning Active Control on or
off Using the Remote Control
POWER
ACTIVE CONTROL ON
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
TV
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
UP
PICTURE
SOUND
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
™
While watching TV, press the ACTIVE
CONTROL button on the remote control to
turn the feature on or off. When Active
Control™ is on, the onscreen display shows the
up-to-the-moment picture Sharpness and Noise
Reduction settings.
ACC
VCR
SWAP
8
20
MUTE
ACTIVE
CONTROL
Button
ACTIVE CONTROL OFF
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
A/CH
POSITION
PIP
Turning Active Control™ on or
off Using the TV Buttons
Should your remote control become lost or otherwise unavailable for use, follow the steps
below to use the buttons on the front of the TV
to access the onscreen menu and turn Active
Control™ on or off.
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
FEATURES
TIME
START TIME
STOP TIME
CHANNEL
ACTIVATE
TIMER
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
BEGIN
1
2
3
Press the Volume + and – buttons
simultaneously. The onscreen menu
appears.
4
Press the Volume + and – buttons
simultaneously and repeatedly until
you back out of the menu screens.
FEATURES
AutoLock
PIP
CLOSED CAP
FORMAT
Press the Channel Down button
repeatedly until FEATURES is highlighted. Then press the Volume + button to enter the FEATURES submenu.
ACTIVE CTRL
Press the Channel Down button
repeatedly until ACTIVE CTRL is
highlighted. Then press the Volume +
or – button to turn Active Control™
on or off.
ON
OR
ACTIVE CTRL
53
OFF
Ap
pe
nd
ix
Appendix A
A
COMPATIBILITY INFORMATION FOR THE TV’S HIGH-DEFINITION INPUTS
The HD INPUT-AV 4 jacks are designed to
accept high-definition signal standards 480p and
1080i as specified by the Electronic Industries
Association. They are compatible with some digital equipment having RGB outputs with “sync on
green” or RGB with “separate H and V sync.”
As with HD component video signals, output
standards may vary by manufacturer. Refer to the
directions-for-use manual for the receiver before
connecting.
HELPFUL HINTS
• No industry standards have been established for HD television RGB signal systems, timing, synchronization, and signal
strengths. The HD INPUT-AV 4 RGB
inputs on your Philips TV will not be
compatible with all digital equipment that
offers RGB outputs. If the digital equipment you want to connect offers both
component video and RGB, component
video is the suggested type of connection
to use.
• Your TV’s onscreen INSTALL submenu
provides the option of switching the
HD INPUT-AV 4 signal source between
YPbPr and RGB color space settings.
The option is available only when have
selected the AV4 signal source (using the
AV button on the remote or the Source
Select button on the TV). YPbPr is the
default setting. See page 56.
When the Inputs Are Used with Component Video Signals
Y INPUT: 1.0 Vp-p (includes sync), 75 ohms
Pr INPUT: 700m Vp-p, 75 ohms
Pb INPUT: 700m Vp-p, 75 ohms
NOTES:
The Pb INPUT jack can also receive signals from outputs labeled Cb or B-Y.
The Pr INPUT jack can also receive signals from outputs labeled Cr or R-Y.
When the Inputs Are Used with RGB Video Signals
G/Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms (compatible with sync on green)
R/Pr: 700 mVp-p, 75 ohms
B/Pb: 700 mVp-p, 75 ohms
H: 3 Vp-p ± 1.0 V, 1 kohm (when using separate H and V sync)
V: 3 Vp-p ± 1.0 V, 1 kohm (when using separate H and V sync).
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MODEL SPECIFICATIONS
Product Type
Rear-projection HDTV Monitor
Channel Coverage
VHF: 2–13
UHF: 14–69
Cable TV: Midband
Superband
Hyperband
Ultraband
Power Consumption
43PP9202: 255 W (average), standby <1 W
50PP9202: 255 W (average), standby <1 W
60PP9202: 255 W (average), standby <1 W
Audio Power
2 x 10 W, 50 Hz–10 kHz at 5% THD (flat response),
8-ohm load
Speaker Type
4 x 6 oval, 15 W
Video/Audio Terminals
INPUT-AV 1
VIDEO (composite): 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
AUDIO: 500 mVrms, 30 kohm
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUTS (YPbPr)
Y INPUT: 1.0Vp-p (includes sync), 75 ohms
Pb INPUT: 700mVp-p, 75 ohms
Pr INPUT: 700mVp-p, 75 ohms
(The Pb INPUT jack can also receive signals from outputs
labeled Cb or B-Y.The Pr INPUT jack can also receive signals from outputs labeled Cr or R-Y.)
S-VIDEO INPUT (INPUT-AV 1, INPUT-AV2, side panel [AV3])
Y-INPUT: 1 Vp-p (includes sync), 75 ohms
C-INPUT: 300 mVp-p, 75 ohms
B
INPUT-AV 2
VIDEO (composite): 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
AUDIO: 500 mVrms, 30 kohm
HD INPUT-AV 4
Component Video YPrPb/RGB (See page 54.)
AUDIO: 500 mVrms, 30 kohm
VIDEO/AUDIO OUTPUT
VIDEO: 1 Vpp, 75 ohms
AUDIO: Fixed: 500 mVrms into ˙10 kohm
Variable: 0–2 Vrms into ˙10 kohm
Side Panel (AV3)
VIDEO (composite): 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
AUDIO: 500 mVrms, 30 kohm
HEADPHONE: 1.5 Vrms, 16 ohm
Television System
NTSC standard
Power Source
AC 110V ±10%, 60 Hz
Appendix
Appendix B
Picture Visible Area
43PP9202: 1092.2 mm
(43 in.)
50PP9202: 1270 mm
(50 in.)
60PP9202: 1524 mm
(60 in.)
Dimensions
43PP9202: 957.6 mm (W) x 1147 mm (H) x 529.6 mm (D)
(37.7 in. x 45.2 in. x 20.85 in.)
50PP9202: 1132 mm (W) x 1477 mm (H) x 617 mm (D)
(44.6 in. x 58.2 in. x 24.3 in.)
60PP9202: 1337 mm (W) x 1629 mm (H) x 686.8 mm (D)
(52.6 in. x 64.1 in. x 27.0 in.)
Weight (does not include carton)
43PP9202: 63.5 kg (140 lb)
50PP9202: 77.1 kg (170 lb)
60PP9202: 87.1 kg (192 lb)
Supplied Accessories
Remote control with two size “AA” batteries.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
55
Appendix
Appendix C
C
SELECTING THE HD INPUT-AV 4 COLOR SPACE
C
olor space refers to how colors are
defined and appear on your TV. Your
TV’s default color-space setting for HD
INPUT-AV 4 is YPbPr. RGB is also an
option. If the picture’s color looks grossly
incorrect, try changing the color-space setting on either the digital equipment or the
TV. For more information on setting the
color space on the digital equipment, see its
directions-for-use manual. To set the TV’s
color space, follow the steps below.
AV4
BEGIN
1
2
3
Press the AV button on the remote
control until AV4 is selected.
4
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
until AV4 is highlighted. The current
color space is shown (either YPbPr or
RGB).
If you want to change the setting, press
the CURSOR RING LEFT or RIGHT.
5
TV
5
AUTO PROGRAM
CHANNEL EDIT
AutoChron
NAME
AV4
ACC
VCR
SWAP
ACTIVE
CONTROL FREEZE
PIP CH
DN
Press the STATUS/EXIT button to
exit the menu.
INSTALL
POWER
Press the MENU/SELECT button.
The onscreen menu appears.
Press the CURSOR RING DOWN
until INSTALL is highlighted. Then
press the CURSOR RING LEFT or
RIGHT to enter the INSTALL submenu.
LANGUAGE
TUNER MODE
AUTO PROGRAM
CHANNEL EDIT
AutoChron
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALL
PICTURE
SOUND
OR
MENU/
SELECT
STATUS/
EXIT
AV4
MUTE
3,4
CH
VOL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SURF
TV/VCR
1
YPbPr
UP
A/CH
SURF
REC •
FORMAT
PIP ON/OFF
SLEEP
SAP
AV
ITR/
RECORD
DOLBY V PROG.LIST
HOME
VIDEO
POSITION
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HOME
MOVIES
PERSONAL
PIP
2
RGB
General Information: Care and Cleaning
CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING Concerning Stationary Images on
the TV Screen:
Do not leave stationary or “letterbox” images
on screen for extended periods of time.This
can cause uneven picture-tube aging.
Normal use of the TV should involve the showing of pictures
that contain constantly moving and changing images that fill the
screen. Be careful not to leave nonmoving images on screen for
extended periods of time, or to display the same images on
screen too frequently, because subtle ghost images can be left
on the picture tubes. Avoid showing the same stationary images
more than 15 percent of your total viewing in any one week.
Sources of stationary images may be DVD discs, laser discs,
video games, CD-i discs, videotapes, digital television boxes,
broadcast channels, cable channels, satellite channels, and others. Here are some examples of stationary images (this is not
an all-inclusive list; you may encounter others in your viewing):
• DVD menus—listings of DVD disc content
• “Letterbox” black borders—black bars shown along the
edges of the picture when a widescreen (16:9) movie is
played on TV
• Video-game images and scoreboards
• Television station logos—present a problem if they are
bright and stationary; moving or low-contrast graphics are
less likely to cause uneven aging of the picture tube
• Stock-market tickers—presented at the bottom of the TV
screen
• Shopping channel logos and pricing displays—bright and
shown constantly or repeatedly in the same location on the
TV screen.
All picture tubes age with use, with their light output diminishing over time. But by maintaining normal use—mixing television picture types—you will create conditions in the tubes age
at an even rate. The result will be a TV picture that is evenly
bright over the entire screen.
PLACEMENT
OF THE TV
• To avoid cabinet warping, cabinet color changes, and
increased chance of set failure, do not place the TV where
temperatures can become excessively hot; for example, in
direct sunlight or near a heating appliance.
• Be sure to allow a free flow of air to and from the perforated
back cover of the set.
CLEANING
• To avoid possible shock hazard, be sure the TV is unplugged
from the electrical outlet before cleaning.
• Regularly dust the TV with a dry, nonscratching duster to
keep the TV clean.
• When cleaning the TV, take care not to scratch or damage the
screen surface. Avoid wearing jewelry or using anything
abrasive. Do not use household cleaners. Wipe the front
screen with a clean cloth dampened with water. Use even,
easy, vertical strokes when cleaning.
Specially designed screen-cleaning kits are also available.
These kits contain anti-static cleaners and cloths designed to
get into the ridges of the TV screen. Purchase the kits at
stores that sell electronics. Or call our Customer Care Center
at 1-800-531-0039.
• Gently wipe the cabinet surfaces with a clean cloth or sponge
dampened in a solution of cool, clear water and a mild soap
or detergent. Use a clean, dry cloth to dry the wiped surfaces.
• Occasionally vacuum the ventilation holes or slots in the
back cover of the set.
• Never use thinners, insecticide sprays, or other chemicals on
or near the cabinet, as they might cause permanent marring
of the cabinet finish.
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General Information:Troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING
Check This List of Symptoms and Possible Solutions Before Requesting Service
You may be able to solve the problem yourself. Charges for TV installation and adjustment of customer controls are not covered
under your warranty. If you need to call a customer service representative, please know the model number and serial number of your
product before you call. This information is displayed on the back of the product. Also, please take a moment to identify the problem you
are having, and be prepared to explain this to the representative. If you believe the representative will need to help you with operations,
please stay near the product. Our representative will be happy to assist you. To reach our Customer Care Center, call 1-800-531-0039.
Difficulties and Possible Solutions (*Q refers to the Quick Use and Setup Guide that came with your TV.)
The TV remote control does not work
• Check that the batteries are installed correctly. See page Q-2*.
• If the batteries are dead, replace them with two “AA” size heavy duty (zinc chloride) or alkaline batteries. See page *Q-2.
• Be no farther than 30 feet from the TV when using the remote control and point the remote toward the remote-sensor window on the
TV. See page *Q-2 for the location of the remote-sensor window.
• Clean the remote control and the remote-sensor window on the TV. See page *Q-2 for the location of the remote-sensor window.
• Check the TV power cord. Unplug the TV, wait 10 seconds, then reinsert the plug into the outlet and push the remote power or TV
power/standby button again. To locate the TV power/standby button, see page *Q-2.
• If you have your TV plugged into an AC power strip, ensure that the fuse on the power strip is not blown.
• Check to see if the TV is on a wall switch.
The TV has no power
• Check the TV’s power cord. Unplug the TV, wait 10 seconds, then reinsert the plug into the outlet and push the remote-control power
or TV power/standby button again. The location of the TV power/standby button is illustrated on page *Q-2.
• Check that the outlet is not on a wall switch.
• If you are using an AC power strip, be sure the fuse on the power strip is not blown.
You cannot get a picture
• Be sure that you have made signal connections correctly and securely. See pages *Q-1, *Q-2, 6–8, and 10–14.
• Check the Tuner Mode control for the correct tuner setting. See page *Q-4.
• Try running the Auto Program feature. See page *Q-4.
• Ensure that you have selected the correct picture signal source using the AV (remote) or Source Select (TV) buttons. See page 22.
• If you are attempting to view a picture from a progressive-scan-capable DVD player connected to the HD INPUT-AV 4 jacks, ensure that
you have switched the DVD player to progressive-scan mode. See 11, as well as the DVD player’s directions-for-use manual.
• If you are using an HD receiver, ensure that its output is set correctly (HD or SD) based on the connection to the TV you have made.
Refer to the directions-for-use manual that came with the HD receiver.
Picture is fuzzy or out of focus
• Check the set’s convergence and adjust if necessary. See page *Q-8.
You cannot see a picture when you play a VCR tape
• Press the AV button on the remote control or the Source Select button on the TV until you have selected the source to which you connected the VCR. See page 22 (AV button on remote control) or page *Q-2 (Source Select button on TV).
You cannot access a particular channel
• Use the number buttons on the remote instead of the CH +/– buttons. See page *Q-3 (remote-control buttons).
• If necessary, select the Tuner Mode and run Auto Program to store channels to the set’s memory. See page *Q-4.
You see scrolling images
Check to ensure that you have made connections correctly. See pages *Q-1, *Q-2, 6–8, and 10–14.
The picture has no color or colors are not correct
• Check to ensure that you have made connections correctly. See pages *Q-1, *Q-2, 6–8, and 10–14.
• If you have connected digital equipment to the HD inputs, check/change the color-space setting on the equipment or TV. See page 56.
• If the picture has red or blue fringes, you may need to adjust the convergence. See page *Q-8.
You are not able to get sound
• Check the Volume buttons on the remote control or on the TV. See pages *Q-2 (TV buttons) and *Q-3 (remote-control buttons).
• Check the Mute button on the remote. See page *Q-3 for the location of the Mute button.
• Check the Audio Out and Speaker controls. See page 9.
• If you have connected auxiliary equipment, check to ensure that you have made the audio connections correctly. See pages 6–14. (If
you have connected an external audio hi-fi system, see page 9 to ensure that you have made the connections and set the AUDIO OUT
control correctly.)
• If using a DVD player, check the sound settings through the DVD disc’s menu.
TV displays wrong channel or no channels above 13
• Try selecting the channel again.
• Add the desired channel numbers into the TV using the Channel Edit control. See page *Q-5.
• Check to ensure that the Tuner Mode is properly set. See page *Q-4.
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General Information: Glossary of Television Terms
GLOSSARY
OF TELEVISION TERMS
Active Control™ • Proactive video-control system for NTSC
(see definition below) sources. Active Control™ continuously
measures and corrects the incoming signals to provide the best
picture possible.
Alternate Channel • The feature that allows you to toggle
between the last two channels viewed by pressing the A/CH button on the remote control.
ATSC • Advanced Television Systems Committee, the U.S.
committee (reporting to the FCC [Federal Communications
Commission]) that has specified a set of American digital TV
standards. There are 18 voluntary ATSC video formats.
Audio/Video Inputs • Jacks (standard RCA), located on the rear
of the TV, used for the input of audio and video signals. These
jacks are designed for use with VCRs (or other accessories) to
receive higher picture resolution and offer sound-connection
options.
Auto Program • The feature that, when activated, scans for all
available channels from regular antenna or cable signals and
stores only active broadcast stations in the TV’s memory.
Channel Edit • The feature that allows you to add or delete
channels from the list of channels stored in the TV’s memory.
Channel Edit makes it easy to limit or expand the number of
channels that are available to you when you press the CH +/–
buttons on your remote control.
Closed Captioning • The broadcast standard feature that allows
you to read the voice content of television programs on the TV
screen. Designed to help the hearing impaired, Closed
Captioning uses onscreen text boxes to show dialogue and conversations while a TV program is in progress.
Coaxial Cable • A single solid wire normally matched with a
metal plug (F-type) end connector that screws (or pushes) directly onto a 75-ohm input found on the television or VCR.
Comb Filter • TV filter that removes distortion, resulting in a
sharper and purer color display. The comb filter addresses the
annoying cross-color distortion that may occur in TV broadcasts
when, for example, the presenter wears a striped or checked
jacket.
Component Video Inputs • Inputs that allow the separate reception of blue, red, and luminance signals. These inputs provide
the highest possible color and picture resolution in the playback
of digital signal-source material, such as the kind available from
DVD players. Component video inputs allow for improved
bandwidth information not possible through composite video or
S-Video connections.
Composite Video Input • An input in which all the components
required for displaying the onscreen image are combined in one
signal.
Convergence • The technique used in color TV for bringing the
red, green, and blue color beams together so that they hit the
same part of the picture-tube screen at the same time. This
avoids color fringes around images in the picture.
High-definition Television (HDTV) • High-resolution digital
television. HDTV is high-resolution digital television. It has lifelike pictures, and with it films retain their original width,
enhancing the home theater experience.
Incredible Surround™ • False acoustic management of the
audio signal that produces a dramatic expansion of the wall of
sound that surrounds the listener and heightens overall viewing
pleasure.
Interlaced • A picture-scanning technique that improves the
appearance of onscreen motion. It also helps smooth jagged lines
that are sometimes seen on curved and angled surfaces in the
picture.
Menu • An onscreen list of feature controls available for you to
adjust or set.
NTSC • National Television Standards Committee format
devised in the 1940s for TV broadcast analog video signals (525
lines: 30 Hz).
Onscreen Displays (OSD) • The wording or messages generated
by the television (or VCR) to help you with specific feature controls (color adjustment or programming, for example).
Picture-in-Picture • The showing of two pictures on the TV
screen at the same time (one main screen picture and one small
picture, or PIP).
Progressive Scan • A picture-scanning technique that doubles
the number of picture lines, eliminating the flicker and providing
a jitter-free picture.
PTV • Projection Television. (Rear- and/or front-projection
design systems are available.)
Remote-control Sensor Window • The window or opening
found on the television control panel through which infrared
remote-control command signals are received.
RGB • Red, green, and blue signal. These are the primary colors
of light that are used to produce a picture in television. By mixing levels or R, G, and B, all colors (chrominance and luminance) are reproduced.
RF • Radio Frequency or modulated signal design used as the
carrier for television broadcasts.
Second Audio Program (SAP) • An additional audio channel
provided for in the Multichannel Television Sound (MTS) broadcast standard. A monaural soundtrack included within the recorded or video signal (usually containing a second language translation for the displayed programming).
Status/Exit Button • Remote-control button that, when pressed,
shows the current channel number, name (if set), time (if set),
Sleep Timer setting, and sound setting (stereo, mono, SAP, or
mute). Pressing the button twice shows the current AutoLock™
settings. Pressing the button once when an onscreen display is
showing removes the onscreen display. You can use Status/Exit
rather than having to wait for the displays to “time out,” or automatically disappear from the screen.
S-Video Input • Signal input that allows direct connection of
high-resolution video sources, such as a satellite receiver, DVD
player, S (Super)-VHS videocassette recorder, or video games.
Provides improved picture resolution, sharpness, and clarity.
1080i • The highest vertical resolution defined for ATSC (see
definition on this page). The format 1080i has 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Tint • TV function that allows you to change the general color
balance between cool and warm. Adjust tint according to your
personal preference.
Twin–lead Wire • The more commonly used name for the twostrand, 300-ohm antenna wire used with many indoor and outdoor antenna systems. In many cases, this type of antenna wire
requires an additional adapter (or balun) in order to connect to
the 75-ohm input terminals designed into the more recent TVs
and VCRs.
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General Information: Index
INDEX
A
Active Control™, 53, 59
Alternate Channel (A/CH), 26, 59
APAC™, 5
Audio Out Control, 9
Audio/Video Inputs (Definition), 59
AutoChron™ Control, *Q-5
AutoLock™ Control
Access code, 43
Blocking channels, 44
Movie ratings, 45
No rating broadcasts, 49
On/off control, 47
Settings review, 50
TV ratings, 46
Understanding AutoLock™, 42
Unrated broadcasts, 48
AutoPicture™, 24
Auto Program, *Q-4, 59
AutoSound™, 23
AutoSurf™, 25
AV Button, 22
AVL Control, 32
B
Balance Control, 31
Bass Boost Control, 36
Bass Control, 31
Brightness Control, 28
Buttons (TV), *Q-2
Buttons (Remote), *Q-3
C
Cables/connectors, *Q-1
Channel Edit Control, *Q-5, 59
Cleaning (TV/Screen), 57
Clock (See Timer Control)
Closed Captioning Control, 51, 59
Coaxial Cable (Definition), 59
Color Control, 28
Color Space (See HD INPUT-AV 4 Color
Space Control)
Color Temp Control, 28
Component Video Inputs (Definition), 59
Composite Video Input (Definition), 59
Connections
Antenna/cable, *Q-1
Cable converter box, *Q-2
Camcorder, 14
Compatibility, 6, 54
DVD player/digital accessory, 10
HD receiver, 13
Headphone, 15
Hi-fi system, 9
Progressive-scan DVD player, 11
Satellite receiver (standard), 6, 10, 12
S-Video device, 12
VCR, 7
VCR and cable box, 8
Convergence Controls
Red/blue, *Q-8
Restore factory, *Q-8
Multipoint red/blue, *Q-8
Save multipoint settings, *Q-8
Undo multipoint, *Q-8
R
Dolby® Virtual Control, 33
Dynamic Contrast Control, 30
Registration/Welcome, 2
Remote Control
Battery installation/caution, *Q-2
Button descriptions, *Q-3
Programming, 16–21
Sensor Window, *Q-2, 59
Usage, *Q-2
RF (Definition), 59
RGB Color Space Setting (See HD
INPUT-AV4 Color Space Control)
E
S
Eye Fidelity Control, 29
Safety/Precautions, *Q-2, 2, 3
SAP, 35, 59
Sharpness Control, 28
Sleep Timer Control, 27
Source Select Button, *Q-2, 22
Specifications, 55
Stationary Images/Warning, 57
Status/Exit Button, *Q-3, 59
Stereo/Mono Control, 34
Surf Button (See AutoSurf™)
Surround-sound Modes, 33
S-Video, *Q-1, 6, 12
D
F
Factory Service Locations, 61, 62
G
Glossary, 59
H
Headphone Control, 15
HD INPUT-AV 4 Color Space Control, 56
High-definition Television (Definition), 59
I
Incredible Surround™ Control, 33, 59
Inputs (See Panel Jacks)
L
Language Control
(See Menu Language Control)
M
Menu, *Q-3, 59
Menu Language Control, *Q-4
Movie Ratings, 42, 45
MPAA, 42, 59
Mute Button, *Q-3, 15, 51
N
Name Control, *Q-6
NTSC, 59
O
Onscreen Displays, 59
P
Panel Jacks (Overviews), 6
Picture Button (see AutoPicture™)
Picture Control, 28
Picture-format Control, 52
PIP (Picture-in-Picture)
Color and tint controls, *Q-7
Connection example, *Q-6
Definition, 59
remote-control buttons, *Q-7
Signal source, *Q-7
Program List, *Q-3, 26
*Q refers to the Quick Use and Setup Guide that came with your TV.
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T
Timer Control,
Activate, 41
Channel, 40
Clock, 37
Start time, 39
Stop time, 39
Time display, 38
Tint Control, 28, 59
Treble Control, 31
Troubleshooting, 58
Tuner Mode, *Q-4
Twin-lead Wire, 59
V
Volume Control, *Q-2, *Q-3
W
Warranty, 64
Y
YPbPr Color Space Setting (See HD
INPUT-AV4 Color Space Control)
Philips Factory Service Locations
FACTORY SERVICE LOCATIONS
• San Francisco/Metro Area
Milwaukee ★ Detroit/Toledo
•
Cleveland/N Ohio
•
•
Chicago
★ Columbus
★ Cincinnati
★ Los Angeles
Knoxville/E Tennessee
Nashville ★
★ Charlotte
•
Chattanooga ★
•
•
Atlanta/N Georgia
• Dallas-Fort Worth
★ Indicates In-Home Service Only
Milwaukee: call Chicago
Cincinnati and Columbus: call Cleveland
Nashville and Chattanooga: call Knoxville
Washington/Baltimore: call Philadelphia
Charlotte: call Atlanta
All Florida locations: call Tampa
Los Angeles: call San Francisco
Toll-free numbers provided on the next page
•
• Philadelphia/S New Jersey
★ Washington/Baltimore
★ Orlando
• Houston
• Tampa/W Florida
★ Ft. Myers/SW Florida
★ Miami/SE Florida
Indicates In-Home/Carry-In Service
Toll-free numbers provided on the next page
NOTE: If you reside in one of our Philips Factory Service Branch areas (see directory on back), you can contact the nearest Service Branch to obtain
efficient and expedient repair for your product. If your product is In-Warranty, you should have proof-of-purchase to ensure No Charge Service. For
Out-of-Warranty service, call the location nearest you.
NOTA: Si vous résidez dans une des régions desservies par une succursale de service après vente du fabricant Philips (voir liste ci-dessous), vous
pourrez contacter la branche de service après vente la plus près de chez vous pour obtenir un service après vente rapide et efficace. Si le produit est
sous garantie, il suffira de présenter une preuve d`achat pour bénéficier d'un service sans frais. Pour les produits non couverts par la garantie, contactez le centre le plus près de chez vous.
NOTA: Si Ud. reside en una de nuestras zonas para sucursales Philips de servicio al de fábrica (ver directorio más abajo), Ud. puede comunicarse con
la sucursal de servicio más cercana para obtener una reparación oportuna y eficaz de su producto. Si su producto está todavía bajo garantía, Ud.
debe presentar comprobante de compra para no ocasionar ningunos cargos por servicio. Para servicio después del vencimiento de la garantía, llame
al lugar más cercano de los abajo indicados.
In Canada
How you can obtain efficient and expedient carry-in, mail-in, or in-home service for your product
Please contact Philips at
1-800-661-6162 (French speaking)
1-800-531-0039 (English or Spanish speaking)
Au Canada
Comment obtenir le service après-vente pour les produits apportés ou envoyés par la poste à notre centre de service ou le service à domicile
Veuillez contacter philips á:
1-800-661-6162 (Francophone)
1-800-531-0039 (Anglais ou Espagnol)
En la Canadá
Cómo recibir servicio efficiente para su producto, en persona, por correo o a domicillo
Favor de comunicarse con Philips al:
1-800-661-6162 (Francés)
1-800-531-0039 (Inglés o Español)
EL4482-4 Rev. EE
3135 015 07541
Rev. EE - 4/5/2002
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Philips Factory Service Locations
FACTORY SERVICE LOCATIONS
QUALITY SERVICE IS AS CLOSE AS YOUR TELEPHONE! SIMPLY LOOK OVER THE LIST BELOW FOR THE NUMBER OF A FACTORY SERVICE CENTER
NEAR YOU. YOUR PRODUCT WILL RECEIVE EFFICIENT AND EXPEDIENT CARRY-IN, MAIL-IN, OR IN-HOME SERVICE, AND YOU WILL RECEIVE PEACE
OF MIND, KNOWING YOUR PRODUCT IS BEING GIVEN THE EXPERT ATTENTION OF PHILIPS’ FACTORY SERVICE.
COMMENT OBTENIR NOTRE SERVICE APRÈS VENTE RAPIDE ET EFFICACE SOIT PAR COURRIER, À DOMICILE, OU EN SE PRÉSENTANT À UN CENTRE DE SERVICE PHILIPS. PLUS DE 600 CENTRES
DE RÉCEPTION DE PRODUITS À RÉPARER À TRAVERS LE PAYS: CONTACTER LE CENTRE DE SERVICE AUX CONSOMMATEURS LE PLUS PROCHE POUR SAVOIR L’EMPLACEMENT DE CES DÉPÔTS
DANS UN RAYON DE 50 À 75 MILES (80 KM À 120 KM) DU CENTRE DE SERVICE LOCAL.
CÓMO OBTENER UN SERVICIO OPORTUNO Y EFICIENTE POR CORREO, EN CASA O EN PERSONA PARA SU PRODUCTO A TRAVÉS DE UN CENTRO PHILIPS DE SERVICIO. MAS DE 600 SITIOS POR
TODO EL PAIS PARA LA RECEPCION DE PRODUCTOS NECESITADOS DE REPARACIONES: COMUNICARSE CON EL CENTRO DE SERVICIO DE FABRICA MAS CERCANO PARA ESTOS LUGARES DENTRO
DE UN RADIO DE 80 A 120 KM (50 A 75 MILLAS) DEL CENTRO DE SERVICIO LOCAL.
ATLANTA
Philips Factory Service
550 Franklin Road., Suite F
Marietta, GA 30067
800-273-1501
CLEVELAND
Philips Factory Service
950 Keynote Circle
Brooklyn Heights, OH 44131
800-331-7037
CHICAGO
Philips Factory Service
1279 W. Hamilton Pkwy.
Itasca, IL 60143
800-531-2922
TAMPA
Philips Factory Service
1911 US Highway 301 North
Tampa, FL 33619
800-442-2027
DETROIT
Philips Factory Service
25173 Dequindre
Madison Heights, MI 48071
800-438-1398
KNOXVILLE
Philips Factory Service
6700 D Papermill Rd.
Knoxville, TN 37919
800-821-1767
SAN FRANCISCO
Philips Factory Service
681 East Brokaw Rd.
San Jose, CA 95112
800-300-9013
DALLAS–FORT WORTH
Philips Factory Service
415 N. Main Street, #107
Euless, TX 76040
800-952-3254
PHILADELPHIA
Philips Factory Service
352 Dunks Ferry Rd.
Bensalem, PA 19020
800-847-9320
HOUSTON
Philips Factory Service
1110 N. Post Oak Rd., Suite 100
Houston, TX 77055
800-952-3254
4/5/2002
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Limited Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY
PROJECTION TELEVISION
One Year Free Labor
One Year Free Service on Parts
Two Years Free Service on Cathode Ray Tube Parts / 30 days Free Service on Projection TV Screen
This product can be repaired in-home.
WHO IS COVERED?
MAKE SURE YOU KEEP...
You must have proof of purchase to receive warranty service. A sales
receipt or other document showing that you purchased the product is
considered proof of purchase.
Please keep your sales receipt or other document showing proof of
purchase. Attach it to this owner’s manual and keep both nearby.
Also keep the original box and packing material in case you need to
return your product.
WHAT IS COVERED?
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE...
Warranty coverage begins the day you buy your product. for one year
thereafter (30 days for the projection TV screen), all parts will be
repaired or replaced, and labor and transportation are free. From one to
two years from the day of purchase, you pay for the replacement or
repair of all parts except the cathode ray tube and the “Clear-Vu” lens,
and for all labor and transportation charges. After two years from the
day of purchase, you pay for the replacement or repair of all parts except
the “Clear-Vu” lens (which is guaranteed against manufacturer’s defects
for the life of the product), and for all labor and transportation charges.
Please check your owner’s manual before requesting service.
Adjustments of the controls discussed there may save you a service
call.
TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE...
Repair must be performed by an authorized service center or a factory
service center. If you do not live near a factory service center, contact
your dealer. If your dealer is an authorized service center, he will
arrange repair. If your dealer is not an authorized service center, he
will direct you to the authorized service center engaged by him to
service the products he sells.
All parts, including repaired and replaced parts, are covered only for
the original warranty period. When the warranty on the product
expires, the warranty on all replaced and repaired parts also expires.
(In U.S.A., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands, all implied warranties,
including implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to the duration of this express
warranty. But, because some states do not allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty may last, this limitation may not apply to
you.)
WHAT IS EXCLUDED?
Your warranty does not cover:
• labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjustment of
customer controls on the product, and installation or repair of
antenna systems outside of the product.
• product repair and/or part replacement because of misuse, accident, unauthorized repair or other cause not within the control of
Philips Consumer Electronics Company.
• reception problems caused by signal conditions or cable or antenna
systems outside the unit.
• a product that requires modification or adaptation to enable it to
operate in any country other than the country for which it was
designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized, or repair of
products damaged by these modifications.
• incidental or consequential damages resulting from the product.
(Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. This
includes, but is not limited to, prerecorded material, whether copyrighted or not copyrighted.)
• a product used for commercial or institutional purposes.
(In Canada, this warranty is given in lieu of all other warranties. No
other warranties are expressed or implied, including any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Philips is
not liable under any circumstances for any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, howsoever incurred, even if notified
of the possibility of such damages.)
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS...
Please contact Philips at:
1-800-661-6162, if calling from Canada (French Speaking)
1-800-531-0039, if calling from Canada (English or Spanish Speaking)
1-800-531-0039, if calling from the USA (English or Spanish Speaking).
REMEMBER...
Please record the model and serial numbers found on the product
below. Also, please fill out and mail your warranty registration card
promptly. It will be easier for us to notify you if necessary.
WHERE IS SERVICE AVAILABLE?
Warranty service is available in all countries where the product is officially distributed by Philips Consumer Electronics Company. In countries where Philips Consumer Electronics Company does not distribute
the product, the local Philips service organization will attempt to provide service (although there may be a delay if the appropriate spare
parts and technical manual(s) are not readily available).
MODEL # ________________________________________________
SERIAL #
________________________________________________
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province.
Philips Consumer Electronics, P.O. Box 520890, Miami, FL 33152, (402) 536-4171
EL4945E005 / 2-02
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