Operating instructions | Audiovox FPE3207 Flat Panel Television User Manual

LCD Color TV
with ATSC Tuner
Operating Manual
FPE3207
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read the manual completely. Please
keep this manual for future reference.
The illustrations and on-screen displays in this operation manual are for explanation purposes and may
vary slightly from the actual operations.
Menu items that are not selectable are grayed out.
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Important Information
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose
this apparatus to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION-To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless
you are qualified to do so.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage"
within the product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
This product utilizes tin-lead solder, and fluorescent lamp
containing a small amount of 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.eia.org
FCC STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC CAUTION:
Pursuant to 47CFR, Part 15.21 of the FCC rules, any
changes or modifications to this monitor not
expressly approved by the manufacturer could
cause harmful interference and would void the
user's authority to operate this device.
WARNING:
This is a CLASS B product. In a domestic
environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures to
counter interference.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water. Apparatus shall
not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such
as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
9) 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 a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does
not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
Note: where the mains plug or an appliance coupler
is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect
device shall remain readily operable.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12) Use only with the 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.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14) 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 the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
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Important Safeguards
= Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth slightly
dampened with a solution of mild soap and warm water.
Never use strong solvents such as thinner or benzine for
cleaning.
= If using a chemically pretreated cloth, please follow the
instruction provided on the package.
Before using your TV, please read these instructions
completely, and keep this manual for future reference.
Carefully observe and comply with all warnings,
cautions and instructions placed on the unit or
described in the operating instructions or service
manual.
WARNING
Overloading
To guard against injury, the following basic safety precautions
should be observed in the installation, use and servicing of the
unit.
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or convenience
receptacles beyond their capacity, since this can result in fire
or electric shock.
Power Sources
Power
This unit should be operated only from the type of power
source indicated on the information label.
If you are not sure of the type of electrical power supplied to
your home, consult your dealer or local power company.
Grounding or Polarization
This unit is equipped with a polarized AC power cord plug (a
plug having one blade wider than the other), or with a threewire grounding type plug (a plug having a third pin for
grounding). Follow the instructions below:
For the unit with a three-wire grounding
type AC power cord plug (Class 1 unit)
This unit must be connected to an AC power socket outlet with
a protective earthing connection.
For the unit with a polarized AC power cord plug
This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way.
This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert
the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the
plug.
If the plug still fails to fit, contact your electrician to have a
suitable outlet installed. Do not defeat the safety purpose of
the polarized plug by forcing it in.
Wall outlet
Do not use a poor fitting outlet.
Insert the plug fully into the outlet. If it is loose,
it may cause arcing and result in fire. Contact
your electrician to have the outlet changed.
Wiring
For your safety, unplug the AC power cord when wiring
cables.
Electric shock
Do not touch the AC power cord or the unit with a wet hand. If
you plug/unplug the AC power cord from the unit with a wet
hand, it may cause electric shock.
Never attempt to move the unit unless the AC power cord is
disconnected.
Cleaning
= Clean the AC power plug regularly.
= If the plug is covered with dust and it picks
up moisture, its insulation may deteriorate
and result in fire. Unplug the AC power
plug and clean it regularly.
= Unplug the AC power cord when cleaning this unit. If not, it
may result in electric shock.
= Clean the cabinet of the TV with a dry soft cloth. To remove
dust from the screen, wipe it gently with a soft cloth.
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Always turn the unit off when it is not being used.
When the unit is left unattended and unused for long periods
of time, unplug it from the wall outlet as a precaution against
the possibility of an internal malfunction that could create a fire
hazard.
Sound
If a snapping or popping sound from the TV is continuous or
frequent while the TV is operating, unplug the TV and consult
your dealer or service technician. It is normal for TV’s to make
occasional snapping or popping sounds, particularly when
being turned on or off.
AC Power Cord
If you damage the AC power cord, it may result in fire or
electric shock.
= Do not pinch, bend, or twist the cord excessively. The core
lines may be bared and cut, and cause short-circuit,
resulting in fire or electric shock.
= Do not convert or damage the AC power cord.
= Do not put anything heavy on the AC power cord. Do not
pull the AC power cord.
= Keep the AC power cord away from heat sources.
= Be sure to grasp the plug when disconnecting the AC
power cord. If the AC power cord is damaged, stop using it
and replace with a new one.
Ventilation
The slots and openings in the TV are provided for necessary
ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the unit, and to
protect it from overheating, these slots and openings must
never be blocked or covered. Unless proper ventilation is
provided, the unit may gather dust and get dirty. For proper
ventilation, observe the following:
= Do not install the unit turned backward or sideways.
= Do not install the unit turned over or upside down.
= Never cover the slots and openings with a cloth or other
materials.
= Never block the slots and openings by placing the unit on a
bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface.
= Never place the unit in a confined space, such as a
bookcase or built-in cabinet, unless proper ventilation is
provided.
= Leave some space around the unit. Otherwise, adequate
air-circulation may be blocked causing overheating and
cause fire or damage the unit.
Heat sources
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
Important Safeguards
Do not use this apparatus near water
Safety checks
For example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and
the like.
Do not use immediately after moving from a low temperature
to high temperature environment, as this causes
condensation, which may result in fire, electric shock, or other
hazards.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and
no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on
the apparatus.
Upon completion of service or repair work, request the service
technician to perform safety checks to ensure that the product
is in proper operating condition.
Entering of objects and liquids
Never insert an object into the product through vents or
openings. High voltage flows in the product, and inserting an
object can cause electric shock and/or short internal parts.
For the same reason, do not spill water or liquid on the
product.
Lightning
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
For added protection for this television equipment during a
lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for
long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna. This will prevent damage to the
equipment due to lightning and power-line surges.
Wall or ceiling mounting
When mounting the product on a wall or ceiling, be sure to
install the product according to the method recommended by
the manufacturer. This is a safety feature.
Panel protection
The panel used in this product is made of glass. Therefore, it
can break when the product is dropped or impacted upon by
other objects. Be careful not to be injured by broken glass
pieces in case the panel breaks.
Pixel defect
The panel is a very high technology product, giving you finely
detailed pictures. Occasionally, a few non-active pixels may
appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green or red.
Please note that this does not affect the performance of your
product.
WARNING: For continued safety, apparatus with class I
construction shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with
a protective earthing connection.
Servicing
Antennas
Outdoor Antenna Grounding
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 the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
If an outdoor antenna is installed, follow the precautions
below. An outdoor antenna system should not be located in
the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or
power circuits, or where it can come in contact with such
power lines or circuits.
Replacement parts
In case the product needs replacement parts, make sure that
the service person uses replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer, or those with the same characteristics and
performance as the original parts. Use of unauthorized parts
can result in fire, electric shock and/or other danger.
Attachments
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer. Do not use attachments not recommended by
the manufacturer. Use of improper attachments can result in
accidents.
Damage requiring service
If any of the following conditions occurs, unplug the power
cord from the AC outlet, and request a qualified service
person to perform repairs.
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged.
b. When a liquid is spilled on the product or when objects have
fallen into the product.
c. When the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. When the product does not operate properly as described
in the operating instructions.
Do not touch the controls other than those described in the
operating instructions. Improper adjustment of controls not
described in the instructions can cause damage, which
often requires extensive adjustment work by a qualified
technician.
e. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged in any way.
f. When the product displays an abnormal condition or
exhibits a distinct change in performance. Any noticeable
abnormality in the product indicates that the product needs
servicing.
WHEN INSTALLING AN OUTDOOR ANTENNA SYSTEM,
EXTREME CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN TO KEEP FROM
CONTACTING SUCH POWER LINES OR CIRCUITS AS
CONTACT WITH THEM IS ALMOST INVARIABLY FATAL.
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 Electrical Code (NEC) in USA and
Section 54 of the Canadian Electrical Code in Canada
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 conductors,
location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
Antenna Grounding According to the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
Antenna lead-in wire
Ground clamps
Antenna discharge unit
(NEC Section 810-20)
Electric service
equipment
NEC: National Electrical Code
Grounding conductors
(NEC Section 810-21)
Ground clamps
Power service grounding
electrode system
(NEC Art 250 Part H)
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Table of Contents
Important Information ..............................................................................................................................1
Important Safeguards...............................................................................................................................2
Table of Contents......................................................................................................................................4
Introducing the TV ...................................................................................................................................6
Remove the TV from the Box............................................................................................................6
Installing the TV ................................................................................................................................6
Carrying or Moving the TV ................................................................................................................6
Attach the Speaker to the Display.....................................................................................................7
Remove the Stand ............................................................................................................................7
TV Controls and Connectors .........................................................................................................8
Control Panel ....................................................................................................................................8
Connectors........................................................................................................................................9
Connecting the TV ....................................................................................................................................10
Basic Connections..........................................................................................................................10
Overview ...........................................................................................................................................10
Connecting Antenna System.............................................................................................................10
Connecting Cable System ................................................................................................................10
Connecting Cable Box ......................................................................................................................11
Connecting Digital Cable Box ...........................................................................................................11
Connecting Satellite Receiver...........................................................................................................12
Connecting Digital Satellite Receiver................................................................................................12
Using External Equipment .............................................................................................................13
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................13
Equipment with HDMI Connection ....................................................................................................13
Equipment with DVI Connection .......................................................................................................14
Equipment with Coaxial Digital Audio ...............................................................................................14
Connecting a VCR for Playing Back .................................................................................................15
Connecting a VCR for Recording......................................................................................................15
Connecting a DVD Player with Component Video Connectors ........................................................16
Connecting a DVD Player with S-Video and Audio Connectors .......................................................16
Connecting a PC...............................................................................................................................17
Connecting a Camcorder or “PlayStation” ........................................................................................17
Connecting a Second TV or Monitor .................................................................................................18
Connecting Headphones ..................................................................................................................18
Introducing the Remote Control..............................................................................................................19
Insert Batteries into the Remote Control...........................................................................................19
Using the Remote Control.................................................................................................................19
Button Descriptions...........................................................................................................................20
Getting Start ..............................................................................................................................................22
Running Initial Setup.........................................................................................................................22
Setting a Secret Number...................................................................................................................23
Menu Navigation ...............................................................................................................................23
Watching TV ..............................................................................................................................................24
Turning On/Off .................................................................................................................................24
Introducing Channel Number ............................................................................................................24
Selecting Channels ...........................................................................................................................24
Adjusting Volume ..............................................................................................................................25
Using FREEZE button.......................................................................................................................25
Using ZOOM button ..........................................................................................................................25
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Table of Contents
Adjusting MENU Options .........................................................................................................................27
Picture Control ................................................................................................................................27
Accessing Picture Menu ...................................................................................................................27
Selecting Picture Options..................................................................................................................27
Adjusting Picture Settings .................................................................................................................28
Adjusting Screen Settings.................................................................................................................28
Audio Control ..................................................................................................................................29
Accessing Audio Menu......................................................................................................................29
Selecting Audio Options....................................................................................................................29
Setting Channels.............................................................................................................................30
Accessing Channels Menu ...............................................................................................................30
Selecting Channel Options ...............................................................................................................30
Setting Channel List..........................................................................................................................30
Setting Favorite Channels.................................................................................................................31
Using the FAVORITE button .............................................................................................................31
Editing Channel Name ......................................................................................................................31
Using the Program Guide...............................................................................................................32
Accessing Program Guide ................................................................................................................32
Using the Program Guide .................................................................................................................32
Setting System ...............................................................................................................................33
Accessing Settings Menu..................................................................................................................33
Setting Date & Time ..........................................................................................................................33
Setting Timer.....................................................................................................................................33
Input Select .......................................................................................................................................34
Setting Caption Vision.......................................................................................................................34
Using the CCD button .......................................................................................................................34
Setting Menu & Display.....................................................................................................................34
Editing Input Labels ..........................................................................................................................35
Setting Screen Saver ........................................................................................................................35
Running Reset System .....................................................................................................................35
Parental Lock Control.....................................................................................................................36
Accessing Locks Menu .....................................................................................................................36
Selecting Locks Options ...................................................................................................................36
Viewing Locked or Blocked Programs ..............................................................................................37
Other Information .....................................................................................................................................38
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................38
Care and Maintenance......................................................................................................................40
Specifications....................................................................................................................................41
Programming your Remote Control ..................................................................................................42
Manufacturer's Codes .......................................................................................................................44
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Introducing the TV
Remove the TV from
the Box
Installing the TV
STOP! To safely remove the television from the box
It’s best to use 2 people to remove the television for
stability.
1. Remove cardboard holders from the box.
2. Remove the cardboard; however, keep the wrapping
on the television to protect it while moving.
3. Lift onto installation location as the diagram illustrates.
Select a steady platform with good ventilation to place the TV.
= Keep enough space above and behind the Display.
= The TV should be installed near an easily accessible
power outlet.
6 inches
(15 cm)
= To prevent internal heat buildup, do not block the
or more
ventilation openings.
= Do not install the TV in a hot or humid place, or in a
place subject to excessive dust or mechanical
vibration.
= Be sure to take measures to prevent the TV from
toppling over and causing injury.
= To obtain the best picture, do not expose the screen to direct illumination or
direct sunlight. It is recommended to use spot lighting directed down from the
ceiling or to cover the windows that face the screen with opaque drapery. It is
desirable to install the TV in a room where the floor and walls are not of a
reflective material.
Cautions:
= Do not install the TV in protruding locations.
= Do not install this unit in restaurants where oily vapors occur. Dust absorbing
oil may enter into the unit and damage the unit.
= Do not install this unit outdoors. If the unit is exposed to rain, it may result in fire
or electric shock. If the unit is exposed to direct sunlight, the unit may heat up
and cause damage to the unit.
= Do not install this unit in a vehicle or hang from the ceiling. Bumping of the
vehicle may cause the unit to fall down and cause injury.
= Do not install this unit in a ship or vessel. If the unit is exposed to seawater, it
may cause fire or damage the unit.
= If you install the unit on a non-level surface, the unit may fall or drop and cause
injury or damage.
= If you place the unit on an unstable surface, the unit may fall and cause injury or
damage.
= Do not hang anything on the unit. If you do so, the unit may fall from the stand or
wall-mount bracket, causing damage or serious injury.
Carrying or Moving
the TV
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= When you move the TV, carry it by two or more people.
= When you move the TV, hold the upper and bottom frames of the TV, not the
speaker.
= As the glass surface of the TV has a special coating, be careful to avoid
touching the glass surface as far as possible.
= When transporting, do not subject the unit to shocks or vibration, or excessive
force.
Introducing the TV
Attach the Speaker
to the Display
The appearance of the unit
may differ from the actual
one.
To deattach the speaker,
perform the steps in reverse
order.
Cautions:
1. Carefully handle the unit during setup and consult authorized service
personnel to ensure successful installation.
2. Before performing work spread cushioning over the base area to lay the
Display on. This will prevent it from being damaged.
3. Disconnect the AC power cord firstly.
Screw the Speaker and the Fixed
board to the unit using the supplied
screws and tighten securely, then
install the two Connecting covers as
the diagram illustrates.
Connect the speaker audio cable
between the speaker terminals on
the unit and the speaker matching
polarity according to the terminals’
color.
Fixed board
Fixed board
Screws
Connecting cover
Remove the Stand
Screws
Connecting cover
Cautions:
1. Carefully handle the unit during setup and consult authorized service
personnel to ensure successful installation.
2. Before performing work spread cushioning over the base area to lay the
Display on. This will prevent it from being damaged.
3. Disconnect the AC power cord firstly.
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2
Rear cover
Screws
Stand
Take off the rear cover.
Do not remove the stand and
speaker from the Display unless
using an optional bracket to
mount it.
Loosen the screws on the
Stand to remove the Stand.
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The appearance of the unit may
differ from the actual one.
To attach the stand, perform the
steps in reverse order.
Replace the rear cover
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Introducing the TV
TV Controls and Connectors
Control Panel
1
2
CH-
CH+
VOL-
VOL+ MENU
INPUT
3
Item
4
6
5
7
Description
1 Power Indicator
2 Remote Sensor
Receives IR signals from the remote control.
3 CH-/CH+
Press to scan through channels. In menu operations, these buttons serve as down/up buttons.
4 VOL-/VOL+
Press to adjust the volume. In menu operations, these buttons serve as left/right buttons.
5 MENU*
To access the Menu main page.
6 POWER
Turn the unit on or off.
7 INPUT
To display the INPUT source list or to quickly select input source.
*
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In normal viewing, press the MENU button first time to access the Menu main page.
In Menu operations, the MENU button is used to confirm or alter the settings of the selected menu
item, which means it has the same function with the OK button on the remote control unit.
Introducing the TV
TV Controls and Connectors
Connectors
HDM I
INP UT
D-Su b/D VI
AUD IO IN PUT
D-S ub IN PUT
( PC/ DTV I NPU T )
TV Right Side
RS -2 32
RF
CO MP ON EN T
Y
HDMI
INPUT
D -Sub/DVI
AUDIO INPUT
1
2
Y
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
R
R
L
L
2
1
VC R( OU TP UT )
VI DE O
R
COA XIA L
DIG ITAL AUD IO
OUT
L
S- V ID EO
3
D-Sub INPUT
( PC/DTV INPUT )
AV
VIDE O
VIDE O
L
L
US B ( UP GR AD E PO RT )
R
R
2
1
4
RS-232
RF
5
COMPONENT
Y
Y
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
R
R
L
L
2
1
6
TV Left Side
9
10
S- VIDEO
7
AV
VIDEO
Item
1 HDMI IN
VCR(OUTPUT)
VIDEO
R
COAXIAL
11
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT
L
VIDEO
L
L
R
R
2
1
8
12
USB ( UPGRADE PORT )
Description
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) provides an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video
interface between this TV and any HDMI-equipped audio/video component, such as a set-top box and
DVD player. HDMI supports enhanced, or high-definition video, plus two-channel digital audio.
Use this audio input when you are using DVI connection or D-Sub connection. A HDMI-to-DVI adapter
2 Audio IN for DVI
or D-Sub interface is necessary when you are connecting a DVI-equipped device to this TV
3 D-Sub IN
Connects to a PC or other Analog RGB devices such as Video Conferencing or Set-top Boxes.
4 RS-232 terminal
For service only. The user should not use this terminal.
5 RF IN
RF input that connects to your cable system or outdoor antenna.
6 Component Video
IN ½ / Audio IN
Connect to your DVD player’s or digital set-top box’s component video (YPbPr) and audio (L/R) jacks.
Component video provides better picture quality than the S-VIDEO or the composite video connections.
7 S-VIDEO input
Connects to the S-VIDEO output jack of your VCR or other video equipment that has S-VIDEO.
S VIDEO provides better picture quality than the composite video connection.
8 Composite Video
IN ½ /Audio IN
Connect to the composite video and audio output jacks on your VCR or other video device.
9 Headphones jack
Connects to your headphones. If your headphones do not match the jack, use a suitable plug
adaptor (not supplied).
10 Video/Audio OUT
Connects to your VCR to record programs as desired or connects to hook up a second TV or monitor.
Only analog TV programs, AV1and AV2 input sources can be output through the AV output jacks.
11 Coaxial Digital
Audio OUT
Connects to the digital audio input of a digital audio component.
12 USB Port
For service only. The user should not use this port.
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Connecting the TV
Basic Connections
Overview
To display clear crisp pictures, you must connect your TV correctly and choose
the correct display format. It is strongly recommended to connect the cable and
antenna input using a 75-ohm coaxial cable to receive optimum picture quality
signal. A 300-ohm twin lead cable can be easily affected by radio noise and the
like, resulting in signal deterioration. If you use a 300-ohm twin lead cable, keep it
as far away as possible from the TV.
The way in which you connect your TV will vary, depending on how your home
receives a signal (antenna and satellite; cable and cable box).
Do not use an indoor antenna, which is especially susceptible to radio noise.
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting Antenna
System
For best results, use this connection if you have an antenna system.
Antenna cable
Be sure to choose [Antenna] before you start Auto Program. See chapter
[Getting Start] for details.
Connecting Cable
System
For best results, use this connection if you have a cable system.
CATV cable
Be sure to choose [Cable] before you start Auto Program. See chapter
[Getting Start] for details.
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Connecting the TV
Basic Connections
Connecting Cable Box
For best results, use this connection if you have a cable system and your cable
company scrambles some channels, such as premium channels or all channels
(which requires you to use a cable box).
Connect the CATV cable to the cable box’s input jack. Then use a coaxial cable to
connect the cable box’s output jack to the TV’s RF input jack.
Coaxial Cable
CATV cable
IN
OUT
Cable box
Be sure to choose [Cable] before you start Auto Program. See chapter
[Getting Start] for details.
Connecting Digital
Cable Box
Connect the RF coaxial cable from the CATV to the input of the digital cable box.
Use a component video cable to connect the YPbPr jacks of your digital cable box
to the TV’s component jacks.
Component video connection is necessary to view digital broadcastings in 1080i,
720p, 480i and 480p. This TV displays most format types of picture.
The component Jacks do not provide audio, so audio cables must be connected
to provide sound.
TV Right Side
Component video cable
HDMI
INPUT
D -Sub/DVI
AUDIO INPUT
D-Sub INPUT
( PC/DTV INPUT )
RS-232
RF
COMPONENT
Y
Y
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
R
R
L
L
2
1
S- VIDEO
AV
VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L
R
R
2
1
Digital Cable Box
Audio cable
RF coaxial cable
Cables are often color-coded
to connectors. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc.
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Connecting the TV
Basic Connections
Connecting Satellite
Receiver
Connect the satellite antenna cable to the satellite receiver’s SATELLITE IN jack.
Use AV cables to connect the satellite receiver’s AUDIO and VIDEO OUT jacks to
the TV’s AUDIO and VIDEO IN jacks.
TV Right Side
S-VIDEO
cable
Satellite Receiver
AV cable
Satellite
antenna
cable
Cables are often color-coded
to connectors. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc.
If your satellite receiver is not equipped with S-VIDEO, use a VIDEO cable
(yellow) instead of the S-VIDEO cable.
Connecting Digital
Satellite Receiver
Connect the RF coaxial cable from the satellite dish to the input of the digital
satellite receiver.
Use a component video cable to connect the YPbPr jacks of your digital satellite
receiver to the TV’s component jacks.
Component video connection is necessary to view digital broadcastings in 1080i,
720p, 480i and 480p. This TV displays most format types of picture.
The component Jacks do not provide audio, so audio cables must be connected
to provide sound.
TV Right Side
Component video cable
HDMI
INPUT
D -Sub/DVI
AUDIO INPUT
D-Sub INPUT
( PC/DTV INPUT )
RS-232
RF
COMPONENT
Y
Y
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
R
R
L
L
2
1
S- VIDEO
AV
VIDEO
12
VIDEO
L
L
R
R
2
1
Digital Satellite Receiver
Audio cable
RF coaxial cable
Cables are often color-coded
to connectors. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc.
Connecting the TV
Using External Equipment
Introduction
You can connect many types of external equipment to your TV, like a DVD player,
VCR, Digital TV tuner, PC, HDMI equipment, game console and camcorder. To
view external source images, select the input source from INPUT on the remote
control unit or on the Display.
Notes and Cautions:
= Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
= Carefully check the terminals for position and type before making any
connections.
= The packing contents of this TV may not include the cables or adaptors
mentioned in this chapter.
= Refer to your external equipment operation manual carefully before making
connections.
= Loose connectors can result in image or color problems. Make sure that all
connectors are securely inserted into their terminals.
= Refer to your external equipment operation manual for the signal type.
= The illustration of the external equipment may be different depending on your
model.
Equipment with HDMI
Connection
For best results, use this connection if your equipment has a High-Definition
Multimedia Interface (HDMI).
Use a HDMI cable, connect the equipment’s HDMI OUT jack to the TV’s HDMI IN
jack.
TV Right Side
HDMI cable
HDMI
INPUT
D -Sub/DVI
AUDIO INPUT
D-Sub INPUT
( PC/DTV INPUT )
RS-232
RF
COMPONENT
Y
Y
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
R
R
L
L
2
1
Equipment with HDMI output
S- VIDEO
AV
VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L
R
R
2
1
The HDMI jack provides both video and audio signals, so it is not necessary to
connect the audio cable.
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Connecting the TV
Using External Equipment
Equipment with DVI
Connection
If you are connecting equipment with DVI connector to this TV, you will need to
use an adapter. You can use a commercial HDMI-to-DVI cable or an HDMI
adapter. Both are available at your local electronics store. When you use the
adapter, you will also need to use separate audio cables for sound as DVI
connector is for video signals only.
TV Right Side
HDMI
INPUT
HDMI-to-DVI cable or adapter
D -Sub/DVI
AUDIO INPUT
Audio cable
D-Sub INPUT
( PC/DTV INPUT )
RS-232
RF
COMPONENT
Y
Y
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
R
R
L
L
2
1
Equipment with DVI output
S- VIDEO
AV
VIDEO
Equipment with Coaxial
Digital Audio
VIDEO
L
L
R
R
2
1
You can use the TV's Coaxial Digital Audio OUT jack to connect a digital audio
device, such as an audio amplifier.
Use an coaxial audio cable to connect the TV’s Coaxial Digital Audio OUT jack to
the device’s Coaxial Digital Audio IN jack.
VCR(OUTPUT)
VIDEO
R
COAXIAL
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT
L
USB ( UPGRADE PORT )
Coaxial audio cable
TV Left Side
Audio amplifier
LINE
OUT
L AUDIO R
LINE
IN
COAXIAL
AUDIO IN
The Digital Audio OUT jack is available only when a digital TV channel is
received.
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Connecting the TV
Using External Equipment
Connecting a VCR for
Playing Back
Use AV cables to connect the VCR’s AV output jacks to the TV’s AV input jacks.
If your VCRs have S-VIDEO jacks, for best picture quality, use an S-VIDEO
connection instead of the video cable (yellow) on your combined A/V cable.
Use a S-VIDEO cable to connect the VCR’s S-VIDEO OUT jack to the TV’s SVIDEO IN jack. S-VIDEO does not provide audio, so audio cables must be
connected to provide sound.
TV Right Side
HDMI
INPUT
Cables are often color-coded
to connectors. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc.
D -Sub/DVI
AUDIO INPUT
D-Sub INPUT
( PC/DTV INPUT )
RS-232
RF
COMPONENT
Y
Y
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
S-VIDEO
cable
R
R
L
L
2
1
S-VIDEO
VCR
S- VIDEO
AV
VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L
R
R
2
1
AV cable
The S-video terminal share the same audio jacks with video2 and has priority
over the video2 jack.
Connecting a VCR for
Recording
Use AV cables to connect the VCR’s AV input jacks to the TV’s VCR output jacks.
VCR for Recording
VCR(OUTPUT)
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
COAXIAL
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT
L
USB ( UPGRADE PORT )
TV Left Side
AV cable
Cables are often color-coded
to connectors. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc.
Only analog TV programs, AV1and AV2 input sources can be output through
the AV output jacks.
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Connecting the TV
Using External Equipment
Connecting a DVD
Player with Component
Video Connectors
Use a component video cable to connect the DVD player’s YPbPr jacks to the
TV’s YPbPr jacks.
Use an audio cable to connect the DVD player’s AUDIO OUT jacks to the TV’s
AUDIO IN jacks. Be sure to use the same row of inputs that you used for the video
connection.
Component video cable
TV Right Side
HDMI
INPUT
Audio cable
D -Sub/DVI
AUDIO INPUT
D-Sub INPUT
( PC/DTV INPUT )
RS-232
RF
COMPONENT
Y
Y
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
R
R
L
L
2
1
DVD Player
Cables are often color-coded
to connectors. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc.
S- VIDEO
AV
VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L
R
R
2
1
The YPbPr jacks on your DVD player are sometimes labeled YCbCr, or Y, B-Y
and R-Y. If so, connect the cables to like colors.
Connecting a DVD
Player with S-Video
and Audio Connectors
Use an AV cable to connect the DVD player’s AUDIO OUT jacks to the TV’s
AUDIO IN jacks.
Use a S-VIDEO cable to connect the DVD player’s S-VIDEO OUT jack to the TV’s
S-VIDEO IN jack.
TV Right Side
S-VIDEO
cable
DVD Player
AV cable
Cables are often color-coded
to connectors. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc.
If your DVD player is not equipped with S-VIDEO, use a VIDEO cable (yellow)
instead of the S-VIDEO cable.
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Connecting the TV
Using External Equipment
Connecting a PC
If you connect your PC to the TV, you can watch your personal computer’s display
on the TV.
When your PC is connected to the TV with the D-Sub cable and audio cable, you
can view and listen to the PC’s video and audio output on the TV.
TV Right Side
HDMI
INPUT
Audio cable
(stereo mini plugs)
D -Sub/DVI
AUDIO INPUT
D-Sub INPUT
( PC/DTV INPUT )
RS-232
RF
COMPONENT
Y
Y
Pb
Pb
Pr
Pr
R
R
L
L
2
1
D-Sub cable
(analog RGB)
To monitor port
(15-pin D-Sub)
To audio output jack
S- VIDEO
AV
VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L
R
R
2
1
Use an AV cable to connect the camcorder or “PlayStation” AV output jacks to the
Connecting a Camcorder TV’s AV input jacks.
or “PlayStation”
Camcorder
“PlayStation”
or
TV Right Side
AV cable
Cables are often color-coded
to connectors. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc.
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Connecting the TV
Using External Equipment
Connecting a Second
TV or Monitor
The TV has a special signal output capability which allows you to hook up a
second TV or monitor.
Connect the second TV or monitor to the TV’s VCR output jacks.
See the Operating Manual of the second TV or monitor for further details
regarding that device’s input settings.
VCR(OUTPUT)
VIDEO
AV
IN
Second TV
or Monitor
R
COAXIAL
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT
L
USB ( UPGRADE PORT )
TV Left Side
AV cable
Cables are often color-coded
to connectors. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc.
Only analog TV programs, AV1and AV2 input sources can be output through
the AV output jacks.
Insert the plug of the headphone into the TV’s Headphone jack.
Connecting Headphones When using headphones, adjust the headphone volume so as to avoid excessive
levels, as hearing damage may result.
VCR(OUTPUT)
VIDEO
R
COAXIAL
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT
L
Headphones
USB ( UPGRADE PORT )
TV Left Side
If your headphones do not match the jack, use a suitable plug adaptor.
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Introducing the Remote Control
Insert Batteries into
the Remote Control
Insert two size AA batteries by matching the
diagram inside the battery compartment.
1
and
on the batteries to the
2
Precaution on battery use
Improper use of batteries can result in a leakage of chemicals and/or explosion.
Be sure to follow the instructions below.
= Place batteries with their terminals corresponding to the (+) and (–) indications.
= Different types of batteries have different characteristics. Do not mix batteries
of different types.
= Do not mix old and new batteries. Mixing old and new batteries can shorten the
life of new batteries and/or cause old batteries to leak chemicals.
= Remove batteries as soon as they are non-operable. Chemicals that leak from
batteries can cause a rash. If chemical leakage is found, wipe with a cloth.
= The batteries supplied with the product may have a shorter life expectancy due
to storage conditions.
= If the remote control is not used for an extended period of time, remove the
batteries from the remote control.
Using the Remote
Control
Use the remote control by pointing it towards the remote sensor window of the
set. Objects between the remote control and sensor window may prevent proper
operation.
Cautions regarding use of remote control
= Do not expose the remote control to shock. In addition, do
not expose the remote control to liquids, and do not place in
an area with high humidity.
= Do not install or place the remote control under direct
sunlight. The heat may cause deformation of the unit.
= The remote control may not work properly if the remote
sensor window of the main unit is under direct sunlight or
strong lighting. In such a case, change the angle of the
lighting or TV set, or operate the remote control closer to
the remote sensor window.
This above illustration is for reference only. The remote sensor may be in
different locations on different models.
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Introducing the Remote Control
Button Descriptions
1
Button
Description
1 POWER
Turn the unit on or off.
2 AUX, DVD,
To select additional products to be controlled
with remote control.
CBL, TV
This remote control is an universal remote
control. If your remote control does not work
correctly when you operate the unit, please
try to press TV button.
2
3
5
4
3 0-9 number
buttons
Use these number buttons to select channel or
input password.
4 INPUT
To display the INPUT source list or to quickly
select input source.
5 Dash (-)
To enter a program number for multiple program
channels such as 2-1,2-2, etc.
6
6 FLASHBACK To switch between the currently tuned channel
7
and the previously tuned channel.
8
7 CH+, CH-
To select channels upward or downward.
8 VOL+, VOL-
To adjust volume.
9 MUTE
To mute the sound.
9
11
10
12
To access the Menu main page.
11 INFO
To access the program guide.
12 ▲,▼,
To move upward or downward in menu
operation;
◄, ►,
To move left or right in menu operation;
To adjust selected menu item in menu operation;
OK
To confirm or alter the settings of the selected
menu item.
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13
MTS/SAP ZOOM
20
10 MENU
CCD
SLEEP
LIST
FAVORITE AUDIO
PICTURE
PIP
P.POSITION SWAP
FREEZE
13 GUIDE
To access the program guide.
14 EXIT
To exit menu.
Introducing the Remote Control
Button
Button Descriptions
Description
15 ZOOM
To select a screen aspect ratio.
16 CCD
To select closed caption mode.
17 MTS/SAP
To select a stereo, sap or mono for analog
channels; also used to select audio track for
digital channels.
18 SLEEP
To set sleep timer.
19 LIST
To access the master channel list.
20 PICTURE
To select a preset picture mode.
21 FREEZE
To freeze current picture.
22 FAVORITE
To access the favorite channel list and select
from 3 different favorite lists.
23 AUDIO
To select a preset sound mode.
Note:
Some buttons are for use with other devices connected to this TV.
They do not perform any function on this TV.
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15
MTS/SAP ZOOM
CCD
SLEEP
17
18
LIST
FAVORITE AUDIO
PICTURE
PIP
P.POSITION SWAP
FREEZE
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20
21
22
23
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Getting Start
Running Initial Setup
Perform the following steps before you press POWER on the remote control to turn on your TV set.
1. Insert the batteries into the remote control unit.
2. Connect the antenna cable to the TV.
3. Plug in the AC power cord to the AC outlet.
After you finish connecting the TV, you can run the Initial Setup to create a list of available analog and digital
channels. The Initial Setup screen appears when you turn on the TV for the first time after purchase. We strongly
recommend you to perform initial setup according to the steps below.
Welcome!
Setting Language
Press ▲/▼ to select the desired language listed on the screen, and then
press OK to confirm and continue.
Setting Time Zone
Press ▲/▼ to select a proper time zone according to your area, and then
press OK to confirm and continue.
If you want to return to previous screen, please highlight [GO BACK] item
and press OK to return.
Setting Daylight Saving
Press ▲/▼ to highlight [Yes] item if you want to observe daylight saving, or
you may select [No] to abandon daylight saving and then press OK to
confirm and continue.
If you want to return to previous screen, please highlight [GO BACK] item
and press OK to return.
Selecting RF Input Source
English
Français
Español
Use the Up and Down
arrows on your Remote
Control and Select the
language you want to use
for menus and message
screens.
Press OK to continue in English
Time Zone
Use the Up and
Down arrows and
press Select on your
Time Zone.
Alaska (US)
Hawaii (US)
Pacific (US, CAN)
Mountain (US, CAN)
Central (US, CAN)
Eastern (US, CAN)
GO BACK
Press OK to continue
Daylight Saving
Do you observe Daylight
Saving?
Yes
No
Press ▲/▼ to select [Antenna] or [Cable] according to what kind of
connection is made with your TV, and then press OK to confirm and continue.
If you choose [Antenna], the TV starts Auto Program automatically.
If you choose [Cable], there are 3 kinds of CATV system, including STD,
HRC and IRC. Select the one matches to your TV. Select [Automatic] when
you do not know which one to select. When you select [Automatic], the unit
automatically detects the type of your cable system. If the unit fails to detect
the type of your cable system, please consult with your cable TV company
about the type of your cable system, and then choose the correct type before
Auto Program.
If you want to return to previous screen, please highlight [GO BACK] item
and press OK to return.
RF Input Source
Start Auto Program...
Press OK to continue
Once you have finished selecting RF input source, the unit starts auto
program.
Auto Program may take a while to complete. A progress bar is displayed
while available channels are being scanned. If you select [Stop Scan] to
cancel the Auto Program before all receivable channels are scanned, you
need to run Auto Program at a later time.
Auto Program will create a list of receivable channels for the current input .
You will be required to run Auto Program for RF input to create a list of
available channels.
Scanning Channels
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GO BACK
Press OK to continue
Select the source for your
television signal.
Antenna
Cable
GO BACK
Signal
2.0
Channels Found
Digital: 3
Analog:3
2.1
2.2
3.0
4.0
4.1
Stop Scan
Scanning may take a few minutes - Please be patient
(Example)
Getting Start
Setting a Secret Number
For additional protection to your TV and the user's settings from being accidentally changed, we recommend you to
set a secret number firstly as below.
1. Press MENU.................
New PIN
Picture
2. Highlight [Locks]...........
Use
or
button.
Enter New PIN:
Audio
Settings
Confirm New PIN:
Channels
3. Press OK......................
Locks
Press a Number to
enter digit
Guide
The TV allows you to set a secret number when you access the [Locks] menu first time.
You may use 0-9 number buttons to enter a new four-digit secret number, and then confirm the new secret number by
entering it again.
Once the secret number is set successfully, the TV requests you to enter secret number if you are going to:
=
=
=
=
=
Access to the [Locks] menu.
Scan channels automatically.
Find channel manually.
View a blocked program.
Reset all settings to defaults by using the [RESET ALL] item in [Settings] menu.
The secret number is very important, please keep it carefully. As a precautionary measure, make a note of
your secret number and keep it in a familiar place.
Menu Navigation
1.
Press to display the Main menu.
2.
Press to highlight the menu items.
Picture
Audio
Press to enter the sub-menu field.
3.
Settings
Channels
Locks
Press to select items in the submenu.
Picture Settings
Screen Settings
Aspect Ratio
Color Temperature
Cinemotion
3D Comb Filter
Temporal NR
HDMI Conversion
RESET PICTURE
ON
OFF
Guide
Press to adjust the selected items or move the on-screen cursor in the sub-menu.
4.
Press to confirm your operation or alter the settings for some items such as [Cinemotion].
5.
Press to return to previous screen.
6.
Press to return to normal picture.
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Watching TV
Turning On/Off
Turning On
Firstly, Plug in the AC power cord to the AC outlet.
Press POWER on the TV or press POWER on the remote control.
or
Never attempt to move the TV The initial setup starts when the TV powers on for the first time. If the TV has been
unless the AC power cord has turned on before, it displays current input signal directly.
been disconnected.
Turning Off
Press POWER on the TV or press POWER on the remote control.
The TV enters standby mode and the image on the screen disappears.
The TV will still consume some power as long as the AC power cord is still
inserted into the wall outlet.
If you are not going to use this TV for a long period of time, be sure to remove
the AC power cord from the power outlet.
Introducing Channel
Number
Selecting Channels
This television is capable of receiving the full range of cable-TV channels
available today, from the most digital and HDTV channels, to the traditional
analog channels.
As the transition toward full digital TV continues, some cable-TV systems in the
USA will have a mixture of analog and digital channels in their lineups. So in most
situations the ATSC PSIP channel number is composed of a major channel
number and a minor channel number. The major channel number is same for
both analog and digital channels (It is equal to the NTSC channel number for
existing broadcasters). An analog channel usually has a minor channel number
of zero, while a digital channel usually has a minor channel number of 1, 2 or
larger.
You can select analog channels in serveral ways.
Method 1 - Using CH+ or CH- on the remote control or on the TV
Press the CH+ or CH- to cycle among all available channels.
Only those channels marked with a tick symbol can be
selected by the CH+ or CH- button.
Method 2 - Using FLASHBACK
on the remote control
Press FLASHBACK to switch to the previously tuned
channel.
Press FLASHBACK again to switch back to the currently
tuned channel.
Method 3 - Using 0-9 and OK on the remote control
For analog TV channels
Press the 0-9 number buttons to input a channel number and
confirm with OK to select up to 125 channels for
VHF/UHF/CATV.
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Watching TV
Selecting Channels
For digital TV channel
Press the 0-9 number buttons and dash(-) to input a digital
channel number, the TV goes to the selected channel directly.
(e. g., channel 8-3, just press 8, - and 3 one by one)
If you enter channel number with 0-9 only (without
pressing OK), channel selection will be made if there is no
operation for a few seconds.
Method 4 - Using master channel list
Press the LIST button to display the master channel list, you
may select channel with the ▲▼and OK buttons.
LIST
Method 5 - Using favorite channel list
Press the FAVORITE button to display a desired favorite
channel list, you may select channel with the ▲▼and OK
buttons.
Adjusting Volume
FAVORITE
Using VOL+ or VOL- on the remote control or on the TV
Press the VOL+ or VOL- to increase or decrease the volume.
Using MUTE on the remote control
Press MUTE to mute the sound. Press it again to cancel the
mute.
Using FREEZE button
Press FREEZE to temporarily capture a program's picture.
You can use this feature to write down information such as
phone numbers, recipes, etc. You may press any key to
cancel FREEZE and return to normal viewing.
FREEZE
The TV automatically cancel FREEZE and return to normal viewing in about a
minute.
Using ZOOM button
Press ZOOM repeatedly to choose a proper screen aspect
ratio. The following mode may available for your choice.
ZOOM
Normal
The zoom mode options may Select to match the source’s image.( 4:3 to 4:3, 16:9 to 16:9)
differ from different formats of
the input signal.
Normal
Example:
Source
Final
When you choose NORMAL to view a 4:3 program, two black bars keep on
the two sides of the screen.
For additional protection to the screen, when you are viewing a 4:3 program,
please DO NOT use the NORMAL feature for a long period of time.
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Watching TV
Using ZOOM button
Direct
Select to detects the resolution of the signal and displays an image with the
same number of pixels on the screen.
Direct
Example:
Source
Final
Full Screen
Select to enlarge the 4:3 picture horizontally only, to fill the display area.
Full Screen
Example:
Source
Final
Panoramic
Select to enlarge the 4:3 picture to fill the 16:9 screen, keeping the original
image as much as possible.
Panoramic
Example:
Source
Final
ZOOM 1
Select to enlarge the picture horizontally and vertically to an equal aspect ratio
that fills the wide screen.
ZOOM 1
Example:
Source
Final
ZOOM 2
Select to view wide-screen DVDs in full screen.
ZOOM 2
Example:
Source
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Final
Adjusting MENU Options
Depending on the signal tuned, you may see different MENU options on your screen. As an example, Menus
displayed below are based on TV mode.
Picture Control
Accessing Picture Menu
1. Press MENU.................
Picture
2. Highlight [Picture].........
Use
or
Audio
Settings
button.
Channels
Locks
3. Press OK......................
Picture Settings
Screen Settings
Aspect Ratio
Color Temperature
Cinemotion
3D Comb Filter
Temporal NR
HDMI Conversion
RESET PICTURE
ON
OFF
Guide
To highlight an option and to change settings, press ▲▼◄ ►. Press OK to confirm the selection or alter the settings.
Press EXIT to exit.
Selecting Picture
Options
Option
Description
Picture Settings
Select to access a picture adjustment window, see [Adjusting
Picture Settings] on next page.
Screen Settings
Select to access a screen adjustment window for D-Sub or
Component input, see [Adjusting Screen Settings] on next
page.
To quickly change the aspect ratio, Aspect Ratio
press the ZOOM button repeatedly.
Color Temperature
Select to access a window in which you can choose a proper
aspect ratio for 4:3 or 16:9 program. Select from [Normal],
[Direct], [Full Screen], [Panoramic], [ZOOM 1] and [ZOOM 2].
Choose from the following color temperatures:
Cool
Select to give the white colors a blue tint.
Neutral Select to give the white colors a neutral tint.
Warm
Select to give the white colors a red tint.
Cinemotion
Select [ON] to optimize the screen display automatically
detecting film content and applying a reverse 3-2 pull down
process. Moving picture will appear clearer and more natural
looking. Select [OFF] to disable the detection.
3D Comb Filter
Select to provides high quality images with minimal dot
crawl and cross color noise. Select from [Off], [Low],
[Medium] and [High].
Temporal NR
(Analog)
Select to reduce the noise level of connected equipment. This
also reduces the noise level to the signal from the RF jack.
Select from [Off], [Low], [Medium] and [High].
HDMI Conversion
Select to change color space for some irregular HDMI signal.
Select [ON] when you find abnormal color while viewing
HDMI programs. Be sure to select [OFF] for normal HDMI
signal.
RESET PICTURE
Select to reset picture settings and adjustments to the
defaults.
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Adjusting MENU Options
Picture Control
Adjusting Picture
Settings
Option
Preset
Picture Settings: TV
Preset
Custom
Brightness 25
Description
Select to choose a picture mode to best match environment of
the TV, which can vary due to factors like room brightness,
type of program watched or the type of image input from
external equipment.
Standard Select for a highly defined image in a normally bright room.
Contrast
25
Saturation
25
Vivid
Select for enhanced picture contrast and sharpness.
Tint
25
Movie
Select for a movie.
Pro
Select for a normal picture.
Sharpness 4
DONE
Custom Select to customize the picture as desired.
Choose among different preset adjustments for
your TV picture
Adjusting Screen
Settings
Adjustment Settings
Horizontal
0
Vertical
0
Phase
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Auto Sync
DONE
To quickly change the picture mode, press the PICTURE button repeatedly.
Brightness
Select to adjust picture brightness.
Contrast
Select to adjust picture contrast.
Saturation
Select to adjust color saturation for current picture.
Tint
Select to adjust natural flesh tones.
Sharpness
Select to adjust clarity of outline detail.
Option
Description
Horizontal
Select to adjust horizontal position for the image.
Vertical
Select to adjust vertical position for the image.
Phase
Adjust when characters have low contrast or when the image
flickers.
Auto Sync
Select to automatically adjust the PC image.
Use left and right arrows to change
horizontal position
The [Screen Settings] window can't be accessed unless the TV works in D-Sub or
Component mode.
In Component mode, the [Auto Sync] item is unavailable.
In Component mode, when the unit receives 480i signal, the [Vertical] item is
ineffective unless its value is larger than 0. Please do not adjust the [Vertical] item to
a negative value.
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Adjusting MENU Options
Audio Control
Accessing Audio Menu
1. Press MENU.................
Picture
2. Highlight [Audio].........
Use
or
Audio
Settings
button.
Channels
Locks
3. Press OK......................
Bass, Treble & Balance
Phone Settings
Effects
Auto Volume Control OFF
COAX Out (SPDIF)
Analog Preference
Digital Preference
ON
TV Speaker
RESET AUDIO
Guide
To highlight an option and to change settings, press ▲▼◄ ►. Press OK to confirm the selection or alter the settings.
Press EXIT to exit.
Selecting Audio
Options
Option
Bass, Treble &
Balance
Description
Select to access an audio adjustment window.
Bass
Adjust to increase or decrease lower-pitched sounds.
Treble
Adjust to increase or decrease higher-pitched sounds.
Balance Adjust to emphasize left or right speaker balance.
Phone Settings
Select to access a phone settings window. All adjustments in
this window have an effect on the headphone only.
Volume Adjust to increase or decrease phone volume.
Bass
Adjust to increase or decrease lower-pitched sounds.
Treble
Adjust to increase or decrease higher-pitched sounds.
Balance Adjust to emphasize left or right speaker balance.
To quickly change the audio mode, Effects
press the AUDIO button
repeatedly.
None
Select to turn off the sound effect.
Hall
Select for a concert program.
Theater Select for a movie program.
Music
Select for a music program.
Speech Select for a spoken dialog program.
Auto Volume Control
COAX Out (SPDIF)
Analog Preference
For analog channels, you may use
the MTS/SAP button to cycle
through the Multi-channel TV
Sound options.
For digital channels, you may use
the MTS/SAP button to quickly
select audio track if available.
ON
Select to equalize overall volume levels across all channels.
OFF
Select to turn off Auto Volume Control.
AUTO
Select to output audio signal as its original format.
PCM
Select to output audio signal by PCM form.
Use this item to select a stereo mode as a default mode when
you switch your TV to a analog program. Select from
[Mono], [Stereo] and [SAP].
Mono
Stereo
SAP
Select for mono reception. Use to reduce noise during weak
stereo broadcasts.
Select for stereo reception when viewing a program
broadcast in stereo.
Select to automatically switch the TV to second audio
programs when a signal is received. If no SAP signal is
present, the TV remains in Stereo mode.
Digital Preference
Use this item to select a language as a default language when
you switch your TV to a digital program.
TV Speaker
Select to turn the TV speakers ON or OFF.
RESET AUDIO
Select to reset audio settings to the defaults.
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Adjusting MENU Options
Setting Channels
Accessing Channels Menu
1. Press MENU..................
Picture
2. Highlight [Channels]...
Use
or
Audio
Settings
button.
Master List
Favorites
Scan Channels
Find Channel
Channel Name Edit
Channels
Locks
3. Press OK......................
Guide
To highlight an option and to change settings, press ▲▼◄ ►. Press OK to confirm the selection or alter the settings.
Press EXIT to exit.
Selecting Channel
Options
Setting Channel List
Option
Description
Master List
Select to display all available channels scanned by Auto
Program in initial setup. See [Setting Channel List] on this
page.
Favorites
Allows you to setup favorite channels in 3 different
categories. See [Setting Favorite Channels] on next page.
Scan Channels
Allows you to run Auto Program manually. You may need to
run Auto Program manually if you interrupt the Auto
Program process in initial setup. Please refer to [Running
Initial Setup] for the detailed steps.
You will be asked to input a correct secret number before you
access the [Channel Scan] screen.
Find Channel
Allows you to find channel manually by input the RF channel
number. Please contact your local station or cable operator
for this RF channel number information.
You will be asked to input a correct secret number before you
access the [Find Channel] screen.
Channel Name Edit
Allows you to assign labels (such as station call letters) to a
selected channel. See [Editing Channel Name] on next page.
In the [Master Channel List] window, you may Master Channel List
2.0
mark or unmark the desired channels. Only
Mark All
2.1
KFOX-HD
Unmark
All
those channels marked with a tick symbol can
2.2
KFOX-SD
Digital Only
3.0
be selected by the CH+ or CH- button. The
4.0
4.1
KGO-DT
unmarked channel(s) can be selected only by
0-9 number buttons.
Done
Mark All: select to mark all channels.
Press OK to finish
Unmark All: select to unmark all channels.
Digital Only: Select to mark digital channels only.
Be sure to select [Done] if you finish setting channel list.
Also, you may access the master channel list by pressing the LIST button.
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Adjusting MENU Options
Setting Channels
Setting Favorite
Channels
The unit allows you to setup 3 groups (FAV 1, FAV 2 and FAV 3) of favorite
channels. You may set up to 16 channels for each favorite channel list.
Use this item to choose
FAV 1, FAV 2 or FAV 3
Use this item to deselect all channel
Use this item to rename
current favorite channel list
Fav 2 Sports
FAV 2
2.0
Unmark All
2.1
KFOX-HD
2.2
KFOX-SD
Rename List
3.0
4.0
KGO-DT
4.1
Select this item when you finish
setting the favorite channel list
Done
Press OK to finish
Rename Favorite Channels List
The unit has assigned a name for each favorite list. For
example, the preset name of FAV 2 is Sports. The unit also
allows you to rename each list as desired.
Press ▲▼◄ ► to move through the label characters (A-Z,
0-9, etc.). Then press OK to select the highlighted character.
Repeat to add characters to the label.
Back: select to move cursor backward for one character.
Shift: select to change uppercase or lowercase for A-Z .
Clear: select to clear current inputs.
Select [Done] when you finish labeling current list.
Using the FAVORITE
button
Editing Channel Name
Change Name
FAV 1
Movie_
A
B
C D
E
F
H
I
J
K
L
M N
O P Q R
S
T
U
,
5
6
V W X
Y Z
0
1
2
3
7
8
9
4
G
Back
Shift
Clear
Done
Press OK to finish
Press FAVORITE button repeatedly to quickly select [FAV 1], [FAV 2] or [FAV 3].
The screen displays current favorite list name and those favorite channels under
current list so that you can easily accessing them by press ▲ or ▼ buttons.
If current channel has been assigned to current list, the unit Sports
2.0
Add
allows you to remove current channel from current list by
2.1
selecting [Remove] item. Also, if current list does not include
2.2
current channel, the unit allows you to add current channel into
3.0
current list by selecting [Add] item.
Master List
Favorites
Scan Channels
Find Channel
Channel Name Edit
Press OK
or ► button.
Channel Name Edit
2.1
KVUE-HD
2.2
KVUE-DT
Edit channel name in channel list.
Change Name
2.1
B
C D
E
F
H
I
J
K
L
M N
O P Q R
S
T
U
,
5
6
V W X
Y Z
0
1
2
3
7
8
9
Shift
Press OK
button.
KVUE-HD
A
4
G
Back
Clear
Done
Press OK to finish
The unit allows you to assign a label to all available channels as desired by using
this feature. In the [Channel Name Edit] window, you need to select a desired
channel you want to rename. Please use ▲▼◄ ► and OK buttons to input a
desired label name. Be sure to select [Done] item when you finish input.
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Adjusting MENU Options
Using the Program Guide
Accessing Program Guide
1. Press MENU.................
Show program
information for the
current channel
Picture
2. Highlight [Guide].....
Use
or
button.
Audio
Settings
Channels
3. Press OK......................
Locks
Guide
Using the Program
Guide
This TV is equipped to show program information if it is available from the station.
The Program Guide provides some information for current viewing program and
next program if next program information is available. The information may
include channel number, channel name, program title, broadcast time, brief
introduction, etc. Normally, you may access program guide by:
= Using the [Guide] menu.
= Using the GUIDE button.
= Using the INFO button.
Press the GUIDE button while watching a program, a simplified information
windows appears with channel number, channel name, program title, etc.
If you want to view more detailed information such as program introduction, press
the ▲ or GUIDE button.
SIGNAL
HD1080i
Ten bright high-school students arrive at the Los Angles house
Stereo where they will live and compete for the prize of a full scholarship to
the college of their choice. (TV-PG, CC, Digital)
Antenna
24.1
8:00 PM
KVUE-HD
The Scholar
If the information of next program is available, a triangle appears on the bottomright part of the screen, you may press the ►button to access.
SIGNAL
HD1080i
A juonralist investigates a bizarre videotape whose images hold
Stereo deadly consequences for its viewers.
Antenna
24.1
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KVUE-HD
8:00 PM
9:00 PM
The Scholar
The Ring
Adjusting MENU Options
Setting System
Accessing Settings Menu
1. Press MENU.................
Picture
2. Highlight [Settings].....
Use
or
Audio
Settings
button.
Channels
Date & Time
Timer
Input Select
Closed Captions
Menu & Displays
RESET ALL
Locks
3. Press OK......................
Guide
To highlight an option and to change settings, press ▲▼◄ ►. Press OK to confirm the selection or alter the settings.
Press EXIT to exit.
Setting Date & Time
Date & Time
Timer
Input Select
Closed Captions
Menu & Displays
RESET ALL
Clock/Calendar
Today's Date
Current Time
June 29, 2006
6:29 PM
Time Zone
Eastern (US, CAN)
Adjust for Daylight Saving Time
Press OK
or ► button.
Auto-Update Time
Done
Press OK to finish
Once the AC power is cut off
Option
completely, the [Today's Date] and
Today's Date
[Current Time] items need to be
set again when you turn on the unit Current Time
next time.
Time Zone
Description
Adjust for Daylight
When the [Auto-Update Time] is Saving Time
set to ON, the [Today's Date] and
[Current Time] items can't be Auto-Update Time
accessed.
Select to observe daylight saving time.
Setting Timer
Date & Time
Timer
Input Select
Closed Captions
Menu & Displays
RESET ALL
Press OK
or ► button.
By using the SLEEP button, the
TV allows you to set the amount of
Option
time (15 minutes, 30 minutes, 45
minutes, 60 minutes or 90 minutes) Timer is on
that you want the TV to remain on Start Time
before shutting off automatically.
If you select [Leave TV on], the Duration
unit cancel the sleep timer setting.
Select to set date.
Select to set current time.
Select a proper time zone according to your local area.
Select to automatically update time from the service provider
if this information is broadcasted with the program as well.
Timer
Timer is on
Start Time
8:00 PM
Duration
01:30
Done
Press OK to finish
Description
Select to activate current timer.
Select to set a start time so that the TV automatically turns on
at the selected time.
Select to set a duration time that you want the TV to remain on
before shutting off automatically.
When the TV automatically turns on at the select time, if the user operate the TV by pressing any button, the TV automatically cancel
the duration time and remains on unless the user turn off the TV.
Once the timer is activated and performed, the Timer setting will be canceled automatically. The user need to set the Timer again if
you want to use this feature next time.
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Adjusting MENU Options
Setting System
Input Select
Date & Time
Timer
Input Select
Closed Captions
Menu & Displays
RESET ALL
Press OK
or ► button.
TV
AV1
SV/AV2
Component1
Component2
HDMI
D-Sub
Select to view TV programs
Select to view programs from AV1 inputs.
Select to view programs from AV2 or S-video inputs.
Select to view programs from Component1 inputs.
Select to view programs from Component2 inputs.
Select to view programs from HDMI input.
Select to view programs from D-Sub input.
To quickly change the input type, press the INPUT button repeatedly.
Setting Caption Vision
Option
Basic Selection
Description
Allows you to select basic closed caption options.
CC1, CC2, Displays a printed version of the dialog or sound effects of
CC3, CC4 a program. (Should be set to CC1 for most programs.)
Text1,Text2, Displays network/station information presented using
Text3,Text4 either half or the whole screen (if available).
Using the CCD button
Advanced Selection
Allows you to select advanced digital closed caption options.
Select from the available options.
Advanced Appearance
Allows you to make additional settings for digital closed
caption options. You may set the following items as desired:
Text Style, Text Color, Text Opacity, Text Size, Text align
Edge Color, Edge Style, Background Color, Background
Opacity, Frame Color and Frame Opacity.
Caption Preference
Allows you to set digital closed captioning to Basic (digital
EIA-608) or Advanced (digital EIA-708). Select from
[Always Basic], [Always Advanced] and [Automatic].
RESET CC
Select to reset Closed Captions to the default settings.
Option
On
Press the CCD button repeatedly to
select [Off], [On] or [On when Off
muted].
On when muted
Setting Menu & Display
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Option
Description
Select to turn on the Closed Captions.
Select to turn off the Closed Captions.
Select to turn on the Closed Captions when the TV is muted.
Description
Menu Language
Allows you to select an on-screen menu language. Select
from [English], [French] and [Spanish].
Input Labels Edit
Select to edit input labels as desired or according to the
connected device. See [Editing Input Labels] on next page.
Screen Saver
Select to set screen saver. See [Setting Screen Saver] on next
page.
RESET DISPLAY
Select to reset display settings to the defaults.
Adjusting MENU Options
Setting System
Editing Input Labels
1. Highlight [Menu & Displays]
item in [Settings] menu.
Press OK or ► button to access
the sub-menu.
2. Highlight [Input Labels Edit]
item.
Press OK or ► button to enter.
3. Highlight a desired Input
Label you want to edit. As an
example, highlight [TV].
Press OK or ► button to enter.
4. Highlight [Custom Label] item.
Press OK button to enter.
Date & Time
Timer
Input Select
Closed Captions
Menu & Displays
RESET ALL
Menu Language
Input Labels Edit
Screen Saver
RESET DISPLAY
Menu Language
Input Labels Edit
Screen Saver
RESET DISPLAY
TV
AV1
SV/AV2
Component1
Component2
HDMI
D-Sub
TV
AV1
SV/AV2
Component1
Component2
HDMI
D-Sub
5. The Label editing window
appears. Please use ▲▼◄
► and OK buttons to input a
desired label name. Be sure
to select [Done] item when
you finish input.
Setting Screen Saver
Running Reset System
Option
Antenna
Cable
DTV
DVD
Game
HI Def
PC
Sat
STB
VCR
Custom Label:TV
Input Source
TV _
A
B
C D
E
F
H
I
J
K
L
M N
O P Q R
S
T
U
,
5
6
V W X
Y Z
0
1
2
3
7
8
9
Shift
4
G
Back
Clear
Done
Press OK to finish
Description
Activation Delay
Select to set a delay time before the screen saver is activated
when there is no input signal.
Background Color
Select to set a background color when the screen saver is
activated .
Test
Select to preview the screen saver.
RESET SCREEN
SAVER
Select to reset the settings of the screen saver to the defaults.
WARNING: Running the [RESET ALL] item will clear all of your
customized settings.
Please make sure that you want reset all settings
to the factory defaults before you perform this
operation. You will be asked to input a correct
secret number when you select [RESET ALL] item
in the [SETTINGS] menu.
When the system is reset successfully, all
customized settings will be cleared and the unit
runs initial setup wizard.
RESET ALL Settings
Are you sure you want to RESET ALL
SETTINGS to the factory defaults?
The channel list will be cleared. You
must run the Setup Wizard after a
reset.
Don't Reset
Reset
Press OK to leave all settings as-is
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Adjusting MENU Options
Parental Lock Control
Accessing Locks Menu
1. Press MENU.................
PIN Entry
Picture
2. Highlight [Locks]...........
Use
or
You must enter your
four-digit PIN to
continue
Audio
button.
Settings
Channels
3. Press OK......................
Press a Number to
enter digit
Locks
Guide
4. Enter a correct PIN.
Use 0-9 number buttons.
If it is the first time to access the [Locks] menu, the unit allows you to set a secret number as desired, please refer to
[Setting a Secret Number] in chapter [Getting Start].
Once the correct PIN is entered, the [Locks] menu displays as below.
To highlight an option and to change settings, press ▲▼◄ ►. Press OK to confirm the selection. Press EXIT to exit.
Selecting Locks
Options
Ratings Locks
Channel Locks
Picture
Front Panel Lock
Change PIN
Audio
RESET LOCKS
USA
Canada
OFF
Settings
Channels
Locks
Guide
Option
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Description
Ratings Locks
The rating control gives parents a great degree of control over
broadcasts accessed by their children. It allows parents to
select programs judged suitable for child viewing while
blocking ones judged not suitable. It does so automatically
once you activate this feature in your TV. See [Selecting
Locks Options ] on next page.
Channel Locks
Select to access [Channel Locks] window, in which you may
lock channels as desired. In this window, you may select
[Lock All] to lock all available channels, or select [Unlock
All] to unlock all channels. Also, you may use the ▲▼◄ ►
and OK buttons to lock individual channel one by one as
desired. The Lock channels will be marked with a symbol.
Be sure to select [Done] when you finish setting.
Front Panel Lock
ON
Select to enable the panel buttons.
OFF
Select to disable the panel buttons.
Change PIN
Select to change PIN as desired. The old PIN is necessary if
you want to change the PIN.
RESET LOCKS
Select to reset the locks settings to the defaults. The
customized lock settings will be cleared if you select
[RESET].
Adjusting MENU Options
Parental Lock Control
Selecting Locks
Options
US Custom Rating Options
Option
Description
Age-Based Options
USA-TV
Block
programs
by
their
All children.
TV-Y
To ensure maximum blocking
rating, content or both.
capability, the age-based
Directed to children age 7 and older.
TV-Y7
ratings should be used.
General audience.
TV-G
TV-PG
Parental guidance suggested.
TV-14
Parents strongly cautioned.
TV-MA
Mature audience only.
Content-Based Options
USA-Movie
FV
Fantasy violence.
D
Suggestive dialog.
L
Strong language.
S
Sexual situations.
V
Violence.
G
All children and general audiences.
PG
Parental guidance suggested.
PG-13
Parental guidance for children under 13.
R
Restricted viewing, parental guidance is suggested for
children under 17.
NC-17
No one 17 and under admitted.
X
X is an older rating that is unified with NC-17 but may be
encoded in the data of older movies.
Canadian Custom Rating Options
Option
CAN-French
Description
G
General programming.
8 ans+
Not recommended for ages under 8.
13 ans+ Not recommended for ages under 13.
16 ans+ Not recommended for ages under 16.
18 ans+ Programming restricted to adults.
CAN-English
C
All children.
C8+
Children 8 years and older.
G
General programming.
PG
Parental guidance.
14+
Viewers 14 and older.
18+
Adult programming.
The content ratings will increase depending on the level of the age-based
rating. For example, a program with a TV-PG V (Violence) rating may
contain moderate violence, while a TV-14 V (Violence) rating may contain
more intense violence.
Viewing Locked or
Blocked Programs
You can view a locked or blocked program by entering the secret number.
1. Tuned to a locked or blocked program.
2. Enter your secret number using the 0-9 buttons.
Parental Lock will be canceled temporarily until you turn your TV off.
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Other Information
Troubleshooting
If, after reading these operating instructions, you have additional questions related to the use of your television,
please call the services center in your local area.
Before calling service, please check the symptoms and follow suggested solutions.
Remote Control
Problem
Possible Solutions
Remote control does not operate
● The batteries could be weak. Replace the batteries.
● Check the orientation of the batteries.
● Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
Remote control does not
operate other brand equipment
● If you replaced the batteries to the remote recently, the code numbers for the video
equipment may need to be reset.
● There may be more than one code for the equipment that you are attempting to
operate.
● There is a possibility that this equipment can only be operated by its original remote
control.
Video and Audio
Problem
Possible Solutions
No picture (screen not lit),
No sound
●
●
●
●
Dark, poor or no picture
(Screen lit), good sound
● Select a proper picture mode.
● Adjust the brightness in the video setting.
● Check the antenna/cable connections.
No color/dark picture/color
Is not correct
● Adjust the color saturation in the video setting.
Only snow and noise appear
On the screen
● Check the antenna/cable connections.
● Try another channel; it could be station trouble.
Dotted lines or stripes
● Adjust the antenna.
● Move the TV away from noise sources such as cars, neon signs, or hair dryers.
Double images
● Using a highly directional outdoor antenna or a cable may solve the problem.
“Black box” on screen
● You have selected a text option in the Setup setting and no text is available. Please try
to turn off the Close Caption feature or select CC1 instead of Text1-4.
Good picture, no sound
● The sound may be muted. Press MUTE again to cancel.
● Make sure the speaker option is set to On in the Audio settings.
● Make sure the stereo mode is set to stereo or mono.
Audio noise
● Communication problems may occur if infrared communication equipment (e.g.,
infrared cordless headphones) is used near the TV. Move the infrared communication
equipment away from the TV until the noise is eliminated.
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Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
Press POWER on the TV or on the remote control.
Press the input source select button to cycle through the connected video sources.
Try another channel; it could be station trouble.
Other Information
Troubleshooting
General
Problem
Possible Solutions
One or some channels can’t be ● These channels may be locked. Please unlock them (see Lock settings).
● These channels may be set to hidden in the master channel list. You may mark them
displayed
with the tick symbol to cancel hidden or select them with 0-9 number buttons.
Lost password
● On the password screen, enter the following master password: 1397. You may use the
master password to set a new password as desired. Please remember your new
password and keep it carefully.
Some items can’t be accessed
● If a setting option appears in gray, this indicates that the settings option is unavailable
in current input mode.
TV cabinet creaks
● When the TV is in use, there is a natural rise in temperature, causing the cabinet to
expand or contract and may be accompanied by a slight creaking noise. This is not a
malfunction.
Control buttons do not operate
● Disconnect the power cord and wait for a few seconds. Then re-plug the power cord
and turn on the unit again.
Notes:
If your problem is not solved, turn your unit off and then on again.
Cautions:
Never attempt to repair a defective TV yourself.
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Other Information
Care and Maintenance
About Temperature
About After-Image
Do not use in hot and cold rooms (locations)
● When the unit is used in rooms (locations) with low temperature, the picture may
leave trails or appear slightly delayed. This is not a malfunction, and the unit will
recover when the temperature returns to normal.
● Do not leave the unit in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the unit in a location
exposed to direct sunlight or near a heater, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and
the screen to malfunction.
● Storage temperature: 0°C to +50°C
● Working temperature: 5°C to +40°C
The extended use of fixed image program material can cause a permanent after-image
on the screen.
This background image is viewable on normal programs in the form of a stationary fixed
image. This type of irreversible screen deterioration can be limited by observing the
following steps:
A. Reduce the brightness/contrast setting to a minimum viewing level.
B. Do not display the fixed image for extended periods of time.
C. Turn the power off when not in actual use.
Important Information Regarding Use of Video Games, Computers,
Captions or Other Fixed Image Displays.
● Do not allow a still picture to be displayed for an extended period, as this can cause a
permanent after-image to remain on the screen.
Examples of still pictures include logos, video games, computer images, teletext and
images displayed in 4:3 mode.
CAUTIONS:
● The permanent after-image on the screen resulting from fixed image use is not an
operating defect and as such is not covered by the warranty.
● This product is not designed to display fixed images for extended periods of time.
Cleaning and
Maintenance
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To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth dipped in a soap and water solution or
a weak detergent solution.
● Use eyeglass cleaner to remove stubborn dirt from the screen.
● Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit.
● Before using a chemically treated cloth, read the instructions that came with the cloth
carefully.
Other Information
Specifications
Type:
LCD TV
Panel:
32" TFT LCD
TV system:
American TV standard ATSC/NTSC System
Receiving Channel:
VHF/UHF:
VHF 2-13ch, UHF 14-69ch
CATV:
1-125ch
Digital Terrestrial Broadcast:
2-69ch
Digital cable:
1-135ch
Audio multiplex:
BTSC System
Audio out:
8W × 2
Power Requirement:
AC 100-240 V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption:
200 W
Dimensions (W X H X D in inches):
32.3 × 25.9 × 10.2
Weight:
50.7 lbs/23 kg
Control
OUT
IN
Terminals:
Composite Video/Audio(L/R):
2
S-video:
1
Component Video/Audio(L/R):
2
HDMI interface:
1
D-Sub/Audio:
1
Antenna:
1
Composite Video/Audio(L/R):
1
Coaxial Digital Audio Out:
1
Headphone jack:
1
RS-232:
1
USB Port:
1
● As part of policy of continuous improvement, the manufacturer reserves the right to make design
and specification changes for product improvement without prior notice. The performance
specification figures indicated are nominal values of production units. There may be some
deviations from these values in individual units.
● Note: Design and specification are subject to change without notice.
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Other Information
Programming your Remote Control
Introduction
Your remote lets you control four devices with one easy-to-use, compact unit. After
installing batteries, you can program the remote to control your VCR or DVD, Cable or
Satellite Receivers, Amplifier or Tuner, and Auxiliary devices. To do so, follow the
instructions in “Programming a Device”. For best results, please read and follow all
the remaining instructions. Keep this guide for future reference.
The universal remote control unit can’t be programmed to control a TV with
other brand. It has been preset to control this TV set, and this preset is
unchangeable.
A Quick Look at
Programming a Device
Searching for your Code
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To control VCR or DVD, Cable or Satellite Receivers, Amplifier or Tuner, and Auxiliary
devices, follow these steps. Before proceeding, find the codes for the devices you
want to program in [Manufacturer's Codes] and write them down or highlight them.
To program a DVD Player, portable DVD player, or mobile DVD player, use the
DVD key.
1. Turn on the device (for example, DVD player) and, if needed, load media (for
example, a DVD).
2. Press a device key (VCR/DVD, CBL/ SAT, or AUX).
3. Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
4. Enter the first five-digit code for your device. The LED blinks once as each digit is
entered. If the code is correct, the LED blinks twice.
If the LED does not blink twice, repeat steps 2 to 4 and try entering the code again.
5. Aim the remote at the device and press Power. The device should turn off. If it
does not, repeat steps 3 to 5, trying each code for your brand until you find one
that works. If you cannot find a code that works, see “Searching for Your Code”.
6. Repeat steps 1 to 5 for the other devices you want to control. For future reference,
write down each working device code below:
AUX Code:
CBL Code:
CD Code:
DVD Code:
SAT Code:
TNR Code:
VCR Code:
7. Press SET to save and exit
If your device does not respond to the remote after trying all codes listed for your
brand, or if your brand is not listed, try searching for your code:
1. Press a device key once.
2. Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
3. Enter 9-9-1, then the device group number (0= Cable, 1= TV, 2= VCR, 3=
Audio). The LED blinks twice.
4. Aim the remote at the device and press Power. The remote sends IR codes
from its library to the selected device, starting with the most popular code first.
If the device responds, go to step 7.
5. If the device does not respond, press CH+. The remote will try the next code.
Continue until the device responds.
Press CH- to try the previous code.
6. To search for other device codes, repeat steps 1 to 5.
7. Press SET to save and exit.
Other Information
Programming your Remote Control
Checking the Codes
Changing Volume Lock
If you have set up the remote using the procedure in “Searching for Your Code”, you
may need to find out which four-digit code is operating your equipment. For example,
to find out which code is assigned to your DVD:
1. Press DVD once.
2. Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
3. Enter 9-9-0. The LED blinks twice.
4. To view the code for the first digit, press 1. Count the LED blinks (for
example, three blinks = 3), and write down the number in the appropriate
code listing in step 6 under “Programming a Device”.
If a code digit is 0, the LED does not blink.
5. Repeat step 4 for the four remaining digits, using 2 for the second digit, 3 for
the third digit, 4 for the fourth digit, and 5 for the fifth digit.
6. To check for other device codes, repeat steps 1 to 5, substituting the device
key for DVD.
The remote comes preset to allow independent volume control of each selected
device (Global Volume Unlock). However, you may change the Volume Lock setting
to Global Volume Lock so that one device's volume will control volume in all other
modes. After that, you can perform Individual Volume Unlock on a selected device to
set its volume control for independent operation or Global Volume Unlock to remove
all volume locking.
Locking Volume Control to One Mode (Global Volume Lock)
1. Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
2. Enter 9-9-3 and then press the mode key for the device you want to control volume
(for example, DVD). The LED blinks twice. Now when you press VOL+, VOL-, or
Mute, the selected device (for example, DVD) will control the volume regardless of
the current mode.
Unlocking All Volume Control (Restoring Global Unlock)
1. Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
2. Enter 9-9-3 and then press VOL+. The LED blinks four times.
Volume is now independently controlled for all programmed devices.
Unlocking a Single Device's Volume Control
1. Press a device key (VCR/DVD, CBL/ SAT, or AUX).
2. Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
3. Enter 9-9-3 and then press VOL-. The LED blinks four times.
Volume is now independently controlled for the selected devices.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
LED does not blink when you Replace new batteries.
press a key.
LED blinks when you press a key, Make sure the remote is aimed at your device and is
not more than 15 feet away.
but device does not respond.
LED blinks one long blink.
An entry error has occurred (for example, wrong key).
Try entry sequence again.
Remote does not control devices Try all listed codes for the device. Make sure the
or commands are not working device operates with an infrared remote control.
properly.
CARE
= Keep the remote dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
= Use and store the unit only in normal temperature environments.
= Handle the remote gently and carefully. Don't drop it.
= Wipe the remote with a damp cloth to keep it looking like new.
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Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
Audio Amplifiers
Audio Amp/Tuners
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Manufacturer
Codes
Bose
30674
GE
30078
JVC
30331
Marantz
30321
Nakamichi
30321
NEC
30264
Optimus
30395
Realistic
30395
Sansui
30321
Shure
30264
Sony
30689
Soundesign
30078
Victor
30331
Wards
30078
Yamaha
30354, 30133
Manufacturer
Codes
ADC
30531
Aiwa
31405, 31243, 30121
Anam
31609, 31074
Audiotronic
31189
Bose
31229
Capetronic
30531
Carver
31189
Coby
31263
Denon
31360, 31142, 30904
Fonmix
31360
Glory Horse
31263
Harman/Kardon
30110
Hitachi
31273
Inkel
30027
Integra
30135
JBL
30110
JVC
30074, 31263
Kenwood
31313, 31570, 30027
KLH
31428
Magnavox
31189, 31269, 30531
Marantz
31189, 31269, 30039
MCS
30039
Onkyo
30842, 30135
Optimus
31023, 30670, 30531, 31074
Panasonic
31518, 30039
Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
Audio Amp/Tuners
Cable Converters
Manufacturer
Codes
Philips
31189, 31269
Pioneer
31023, 30150, 30014, 30630, 30531
Proscan
31254
Qisheng
31609
Quasar
30039
RadioShack
31263
RCA
31023, 31609, 31254, 30531, 31074
Sharper Image
31263
Silsonic
30176
Sony
31258, 31759
Soundesign
30670
Stereophonics
31023
Sunfire
31313
Teac
31074, 31267
Technics
31308, 31518, 30039
Thorens
31189
Victor
30074
Wards
30014
Yamaha
30176, 31276, 31176
Manufacturer
Codes
ABC
00003, 00008, 00014
Americast
00899
Bell & Howell
00014
Bell South
00899
Clearmaster
00883
ClearMax
00883
Coolmax
00883
Daeryung
01877, 00877, 00477, 00008
Digi
00637
Director
00476
Dumont
00637
Gehua
00476
General Instrument
00476, 00810, 00276, 00003, 00014
GoldStar
00144
Hamlin
00009, 00273
Hitachi
00014
Jerrold
00476, 00810, 00276, 00003, 00012, 00014
KNC
00008
LG
00144
Memorex
00000
Motorola
00476, 00810, 00276, 01254, 01376
MultiVision
00012
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Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
Cable Converters
CD Players
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Manufacturer
Codes
Pace
Panasonic
01877, 00237
00000, 00008, 00107
Panther
00637
Paragon
00000
Philips
00317, 01305
Pioneer
01877, 00877, 00144, 00533
Pulsar
00000
Quasar
00000
RadioShack
00883
Regal
00279, 00273
Runco
00000
Samsung
00000, 00144
Scientific Atlanta
01877, 00877, 00477, 00008
Sony
01006
Starcom
00003, 00014
Supercable
00276
Supermax
00883
Tocom
00012
Torx
00003
Toshiba
00000
Trans PX
00276
Tristar
00883
TS
00003
V2
00883
Viewmaster
00883
Vision
00883
Vortex View
00883
Zenith
00000, 00525, 00899
Manufacturer
Codes
Aiwa
30157
Burmester
30420
California Audio Labs
30029
Carver
30157, 30179
Denon
30873
DKK
30000
DMX Electronics
30157
Dynamic Bass
30179
Fisher
30179
Garrard
30420
Genexxa
30032
Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
CD Players
Manufacturer
Codes
Harman/Kardon
30157, 30173
Hitachi
30032
Integra
30101
JVC
30072
Kenwood
30826, 30626, 30028, 30037, 30036, 30190
Krell
30157
Linn
30157
Magnavox
30157
Marantz
30626, 30029, 30157
MCS
30029
Miro
30000
Mission
30157
MTC
30420
NSM
30157
Onkyo
30868, 30101
Optimus
31063, 30000, 30032, 30037, 30420, 30179, 31075, 30145
Panasonic
30029
Parasound
30420
Philips
30626, 30157
Pioneer
31063, 31062, 30032
Polk Audio
30157
Proton
30157
QED
30157
Quad
30157
Quasar
30029
RadioShack
31075
RCA
31062, 30032, 30420, 30179, 30053
Realistic
30420, 30179
Rotel
30157, 30420
SAE
30157
Sansui
30157
Sanyo
30179
SAST
30157
Sharp
30861, 30037
Silsonic
30888, 30036
Sonic Frontiers
30157
Sony
30490, 30000, 30100
Soundesign
30145
TAG McLaren
30157
Tascam
30420
Teac
30420
Technics
30029
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Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
CD Players
DVD Players
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Manufacturer
Codes
Victor
30072
Wards
30157, 30053
Yamaha
30888, 30036
Zonda
30157
Manufacturer
Codes
Aiwa
20641, 21912
Akai
20770
Allegro
20869
Apex Digital
20672, 20717, 20797, 21061, 20796, 21056, 21937,
20794, 21020, 21915
Blaupunkt
20717
Blue Parade
20571
Broksonic
20695
Changhong
20627, 21061
CineVision
20869
Coby
21086
Curtis Mathes
21087
CyberHome
21024, 21023, 21129, 20816, 21117
Daewoo
20833, 21172, 20869
Denon
20490
DVD2000
20521
Emerson
20591, 20675
Enterprise
20591
Fisher
21919
Funai
20675
Gateway
21158, 21073
GE
20522, 20717
Go Video
20744, 20833, 21099, 20783, 21075, 20869, 21730
Greenhill
20717
Harman/Kardon
20582, 20702
Hitachi
20573, 20664, 21919
Hiteker
20672
Initial
20717
Integra
20627, 21924
JBL
20702
JVC
20558, 20623, 20867
Kenwood
20490, 20534
KLH
20717, 21020, 21149
Koss
20651, 21980
Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
DVD Players
Manufacturer
Codes
Lasonic
20798
LG
20591, 20869, 20801
Liquid Video
21980
Lite-On
21158, 21058
Loewe
20511
Magnavox
20503, 20539, 21976, 21914, 20675
Marantz
20539
Memorex
20695
Microsoft
20522
Mintek
20717
Mitsubishi
21521, 20521
Nesa
20717
Norcent
21003
Onkyo
20503, 20627, 21924, 20792
Oritron
20651, 21980
Panasonic
20490, 21762, 21990
Philips
20503, 20539, 20646, 21914
Pioneer
20525, 20571
Polaroid
21086, 21061
Polk Audio
20539
Portland
20770
Proscan
20522
Qwestar
20651
RCA
20522, 20571, 20717, 20822
Rio
20869
Rotel
20623
Sampo
20752, 20698
Samsung
20490, 20573, 21932, 21075, 20820
Sansui
20695
Sanyo
20695
Sharp
20630, 20752
Sharper Image
21117
Sherwood
20770
Shinco
20717
Shinsonic
20533
Sonic Blue
20869, 21099
Sony
20533, 20864, 21033, 21904, 21903
SVA
20717
Sylvania
20675
Symphonic
20675
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Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
DVD Players
Satellite Receivers
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Manufacturer
Codes
Teac
20717, 21984, 20809
Technics
20490
Theta Digital
20571
Toshiba
20503, 20695
Urban Concepts
20503
Xbox
20522
Yamaha
20490, 20539, 20545
Zenith
20503, 20591, 20869
Manufacturer
Codes
AlphaStar
00772
Chaparral
00216
Crossdigital
01109
DirecTV
00392, 00566, 00639, 01142, 00247, 00749, 01749,
00724, 00819, 01856, 01076, 01109, 00099, 01392,
01640, 01442, 01414, 01108
Dish Network System
01005, 00775, 01505
Dishpro
01005, 00775, 01505
Echostar
01005, 00775, 01505
Expressvu
00775
GE
00566
General Instrument
00869
GOI
00775
Goodmans
01246
Hisense
01535
Hitachi
00819, 00222, 01250
HTS
00775
Hughes Network
Systems
01142, 00749, 01749, 01442
I-Lo
01535
JVC
00775
LG
01414, 01226
Magnavox
00724, 00722
Memorex
00724
Mitsubishi
00749
Motorola
00869
NEC
01270
Next Level
00869
Panasonic
00247, 00701
Paysat
00724
Philips
01142, 00749, 01749, 00724, 01076, 00722, 00099, 01442
Proscan
00392, 00566
Proton
01535
Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
Satellite Receivers
VCRs
Manufacturer
Codes
RadioShack
00869
RCA
00392, 00566, 00855, 00143, 01392
Samsung
01276, 01109, 01108
Sanyo
01219
SKY
00856
Sony
00639, 01640
Star Choice
00869
Tivo
01142, 01442
Toshiba
00749, 01749, 00790, 01285
UltimateTV
01640, 01392
Uniden
00724, 00722
US Digital
01535
USDTV
01535
Voom
00869
Zenith
00856, 01856
Manufacturer
Codes
ABS
21972
Admiral
20048, 20209
Aiko
20278
Aiwa
20037, 20479
Alienware
21972
America Action
20278
American High
20035
Amoisonic
20479
Anam
20162, 20037, 20240, 20278
Anam National
20162
Asha
20240
Audiovox
20037, 20278
Beaumark
20240
Bell & Howell
20104
Broksonic
20184, 20121, 20209, 20002, 20479
Calix
20037
Canon
20035
Carver
20081
CCE
20072, 20278
Changhong
20048, 20081
Citizen
20037, 20278
Colt
20072
Craig
20037, 20047, 20240, 20072
Curtis Mathes
20060, 20035, 20162
Cybernex
20240
CyberPower
21972
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Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
VCRs
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Manufacturer
Codes
Daewoo
20045, 20104, 20278
Dell
21972
Denon
20042
DirecTV
20739
Durabrand
20039, 20038
Electrohome
20037
Electrophonic
20037
Emerex
20032
Emerson
20035, 20037, 20184, 20240, 20045, 20121, 20043,
20209, 20002, 20278, 20479
Fisher
20047, 20104
Fuji
20035, 20033
Fujitsu
20045
Gateway
21972
GE
20060, 20035, 20240
General
20045
Go Video
20432
GoldStar
20037, 20209, 20038, 20225
Haojie
20240
Harman/Kardon
20081, 20038
Harwood
20072
Hewlett Packard
21972
HI-Q
20047
Hitachi
20037, 20042, 20055
Howard Computers
21972
HP
21972
Hughes Network
Systems
20042, 20739
iBUYPOWER
21972
JVC
20045, 20067
KEC
20037, 20278
Kenwood
20067, 20038
KLH
20072
Kodak
20035, 20037
Kolin
20043
LG
20037, 20045, 20042, 20209, 20038
Logik
20072
LXI
20037
Magnavox
20035, 20039, 20081
Magnin
20240
Marantz
20035, 20081
Marta
20037
Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
VCRs
Manufacturer
Codes
Matsushita
20035, 20162
Media Center PC
21972
MEI
20035
Memorex
20035, 20162, 20037, 20048, 20039, 20047, 20240,
20104, 20209, 20479
MGA
20240, 20043
MGN Technology
20240
Microsoft
21972
Mind
21972
Minolta
20042
Mitsubishi
20067, 20043
Motorola
20035, 20048
MTC
20240
Multitech
20072
NEC
20035, 20037, 20048, 20104, 20067, 20038
Newave
20037
Nikko
20037
Noblex
20240
Northgate
21972
Olympus
20035
Optimus
21062, 20162, 20037, 20048, 20104, 20432
Orion
20184, 20209, 20002, 20479
Panasonic
21062, 20035, 20162, 20616, 20225
Penney
20035, 20037, 20240, 20042, 20038
Pentax
20042
Philco
20035, 20479
Philips
20035, 20081, 20739, 20618
Pilot
20037
Pioneer
20042, 20067
Polk Audio
20081
Profitronic
20240
Proscan
20060
Protec
20072
Pulsar
20039
Qisheng
20060
Quasar
20035, 20162
Radix
20037
Randex
20037
RCA
20060, 20035, 20240, 20042, 20880
Realistic
20035, 20037, 20048, 20047, 20104
ReplayTV
20616
Runco
20039
Sampo
20037, 20048
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Other Information
Manufacturer's Codes
VCRs
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Manufacturer
Codes
Samsung
20240, 20045, 20432
Sanky
20048, 20039
Sansui
20067, 20209, 20479
Sanyo
20047, 20240, 20104
Scott
20184, 20045, 20121, 20043
Sears
20035, 20037, 20047, 20042, 20104
Sharp
20048, 20209
Shintom
20072
Shogun
20240
Singer
20072
Sonic Blue
20616
Sony
20035, 20032, 20033, 20636, 21972
STS
20042
Sylvania
20035, 20081, 20043
Systemax
21972
Tagar Systems
21972
Tashiko
20037
Tatung
20045, 20067
Technics
20035, 20162
Teco
20035, 20037, 20048, 20038
Teknika
20035, 20037
Tivo
20636, 20618, 21503, 20739
TMK
20240
Toshiba
20045, 20042, 20067, 20043, 21503, 21008, 21972
Totevision
20037, 20240
Touch
21972
Unitech
20240
Vector
20045
Vector Research
20038
Victor
20067
Video Concepts
20045
Videomagic
20037
Videosonic
20240
Viewsonic
21972
Wards
20060, 20035, 20048, 20047, 20081, 20240, 20042, 20072
White Westinghouse
20209, 20072
XR-1000
20035, 20072
Yamaha
20038
Zenith
20039, 20033, 20209, 20479
ZT Group
21972
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