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Contents------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4Setup AND SAFETY
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General information
Special features of your ­television set
Receiving digital channels
Important notes on environmental
protection
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Connection and preparation
Connecting the antenna and power cord
Inserting batteries into the ­remote control
10Overview
10 Connections on the television set
11 Controls on the television set
12 The remote control – Main functions
13 The remote control – All functions
14Settings
14 Initial set-up and tuning ­television
channels
14 Selecting language, country and
operating mode
15 Tuning the television channels from
satellite (DVB-S)
17 Tuning terrestrial television channels
(DVB-T)
17 Tuning television channels from the cable
provider (DVB-C)
18 Changing the program table for the
digital channels
20 Picture settings
21 Sound settings
23Television - OPERATION
23 Basic functions
24 Zoom function
24 Eco mode
24 Zapping function
24 Electronic TV guide
25 Changing the picture format
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26USB RECORDING
26 Information on recording and playing
television programmes
26 Possible limitations when using an
external data medium
27 Connecting external data media
27 Settings for USB recording
29 ″Pausing” time shift programmes
29 Recording programmes
30 Presetting programmes to be recorded
32 Playback
32 Deleting programmes in the recording list
33USB OPERATION
33 File formats
34 Connecting external data media
35 The file browser
35 Settings in the USB setup menu
36 Basic playback functions
37 Additional playback functions
38Teletext OPERATION
38 TOP text or FLOF text mode
38 Additional functions
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Convenience functions
Opening the SETTINGS menu
Language settings
Setting the date and time
Timer settings
Parental control settings
Updating software
Restoring the television to the default
settings
43OPERATION USING EXTERNAL DEVICES
43 DIGI LINK
43 The DIGI LINK functions on your television
44 Device operation
45 High definition ­ HD ready
45 Connection options
46 Connecting external devices
47 Using a DVD player, DVD ­recorder,
video recorder or set-top box
47 Headphones
47 Hi-fi system/AV receiver
Contents------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------49OPERATION AS A PC MONITOR
49 Connecting a PC
49 Selecting presets for the PC
49 Settings for PC mode
50Operation with a Common
Interface
50 What is a Common Interface?
50 Inserting the CA module
50 Access control for CI module and
smart card
51Special settings
51 Searching for digital television channels
from a satellite automatically
52 Searching for digital television channels from a satellite automatically
52 LNB settings
53 Settings for motorised antennas
(DiSEqC 1.2)
55 Searching for digital terrestrial
TV channels automatically
56 Searching for digital terrestrial
TV channels manually
56 Tuning analogue television ­channels
58 Changing stored analogue ­channels
60INFORMATION
60 Displaying signal information
61 Technical data
62 Service information for retailers
62 Environmental note
63 Troubleshooting
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Setup AND SAFETY-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Please note the following instructions when
setting up the television set:
This television is designed to receive and display video and audio signals.
All
other uses are expressly prohibited.
7 Make sure the power cord or the power supply unit (if provided) are not damaged.
7 Only operate the television with the power
supply/power cord provided.
7 Thunderstorms are a danger to all electrical
devices. Even when the television is switched
off, it can be damaged by a lightning strike to
the mains or the antenna. Always disconnect
the mains and antenna plugs during a storm.
7 The ideal viewing distance is five times the
­diagonal screen size.
7 Light falling on the screen impairs picture
­ uality.
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7 To ensure the device is always adequately
ventilated, make sure there is sufficient space
between the television set and nearby furniture.
7 The television is designed for use in dry rooms.
If you do use it outdoors, make sure it is protected from moisture such as rain or splashing
water.
Never expose the television set to moisture.
Use a damp, soft cloth to clean the screen.
Do not use water with soap or detergent.
7 Only clean the housing of your television set
with the cloth provided. Do not use water with
soap or detergent.
7 7 When deciding where to put the device, remember that furniture is often coated with
various types of varnish and plastic. Many of
these contain chemicals which can corrode
the feet of the device, leaving marks on the
surface of the furniture which can be difficult
or impossible to remove.
7 Do not place any vessels such as vases on the
television, as they may spill liquid, thus presenting a safety risk.
7 Place the television on a hard, level surface.
7 Do not place any objects such as newspapers
on the television or put cloth or similar items
under it.
7 Do not place the television close to heating
units or in direct sunlight, as this will impair
cooling.
7 Heat build-up can be dangerous and shortens
the service life of the television. For reasons of
safety, have a repairman remove any dirt in
the television from time to time.
7 Never open the television under any circumstances. Warranty claims are excluded for
damage resulting from improper handling.
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The screen of your LCD television meets
the highest quality standards and has been
checked for pixel faults.
Despite
the great care taken in manufacturing,
technological reasons make it impossible to
completely discount the possibility that some
pixels may be faulty.
Provided
they are within the thresholds specified by the DIN norm, pixel faults of this kind
cannot be regarded as a defect as defined by
the warranty.
7 To ensure fires do not occur,
­always keep candles and other
open flames away from the ­device.
7 Setup AND SAFETY-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Do not connect any other equipment while the
device is switched on. Also switch off other
equipment before connecting it.
7 Do not plug in the power cord of the device
until you have connected the external equipment and the antenna.
7 Make sure the mains plug is freely accessible.
7 Caution:
If you plan on using a wall bracket for your
television, make sure you read the assembly
manual for the wall bracket or have a specialist assemble it.
7 When purchasing the wall bracket, make
sure that all the fastening points on the television are also on the wall bracket and that
they are all used when mounting it.
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General information--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Special features of your
­television set
You can receive and watch digital TV channels
using your television set (via DVB-S, DVB-T and DVBC) – including High Definition programmes (HD).
However, the reception of digital TV channels in HD
is currently limited to a few countries in Europe.
7 Although this television set complies with the current
DVB-S, DVB-T and DVB-C standards (status: August
2010), the compatibility with ­future DVB-S satellite
transmissions as well as terrestrial DVB-T and DVB-C
cable programmes cannot be guaranteed.
7 Your television set can receive and process
all analogue and non-encrypted digital
TV channels. The television set is also equipped
with digital and analogue receivers.
7 The electronic TV guide (for digital channels
only) informs you about any schedule changes
at short notice, and provides an overview of
all the broadcasters' schedules for the next few
days. Detailed information on the individual
television programmes are – when provided
by the broadcasting station – are also available in the electronic TV guide.
7 You can connect various data media, such as
an external hard drive, a USB memory stick or
a digital camera, to the USB socket. Using the
file browser, you can then select and play the
file formats of your choice (for example, MP4,
MP3 or JPEG data).
7 Using the time shift function, you can quickly and
easily pause a programme using the remote
control and resume it at a later stage. The programme is recorded in an external data medium.
7 You can record any digital TV channels you
choose.
The TV channels are converted by the television and saved on an external data medium
which is connected to the USB socket.
The saved programmes can be called up and
played from the archive on the external data
medium at any time.
You can also play a programme from the
archive while recording another.
More information on recording and playing
TV programmes can be found on page 26.
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General information--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving digital channels
You require a satellite antenna to receive
­digital satellite channels (DVB-S).
7 You require a digital roof antenna or indoor
antenna (passive or active indoor antenna
with its own power supply) to receive digital
television channels (DVB-T).
7 If you wish to receive digital television channels via your cable system (DVB-C), the antenna cable for your cable operator must be
connected to the television set.
7 Unlike analogue broadcasting, not every
channel has its own transmission frequency.
Instead, several channels are grouped into
what are known as bouquets on a regional or
national level. You can find the current transmission information on teletext from various
broadcasters, or by consulting a current TV
guide or the Internet.
7 Various digital television channels from private
broadcasters are encrypted (DVB-S, DVB-T
and DVB-C). Watching these channels and
the recording and playback functions are only
possible with the appropriate CI module and
a SmartCard. Ask your specialist dealer.
The range of channels available from the public broadcasting institutions (ARD with EinsExtra, EinsFestival or ZDF with ZDF Info and all
third party broadcasters) are not encrypted
and can be received without a SmartCard.
7 Important notes on
environmental protection
The following information will help you to save
resources – and money as well.
7 If you are not using your television set for
­several days, you should pull out the mains
plug for environmental and safety reasons.
This way the television does not consume any
electricity.
7 As switching off the television set does not
completely disconnect it from the mains, pull
out the plug to disconnect it from the mains
completely.
7 If the device is equipped with a power switch,
switching it off using this switch will be sufficient. The energy consumed by the television
set is reduced to virtually 0 W.
7 In standby mode, the television set uses very
low energy. However, it may be necessary
to leave the television set in standby mode
for certain functions (for example automatic
switch-on and switch-off and for timer functions).
7 The television set uses less energy when the
brightness is reduced.
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Connection and preparation----------------------------------------------Connecting the antenna and power cord
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1 To receive digital satellite channels (DVB-S),
connect the satellite antenna cable to the
­antenna socket »SATELLITE« on the television set.
Note:
When connecting an indoor antenna you
may have to try it out at different positions
until you get the best reception.
7 And/or:
2a To receive terrestrial digital broadcasters
(DVB-T) connect the cable for the rooftop
or indoor antenna (passive or active indoor
antenna with its own power supply) to the antenna socket »ANT IN« on the television set;
or
2b To receive digital cable channels (DVB-C)
connect the cable for the rooftop antenna
to the antenna socket »ANT IN« on the
­television set;
or
2c To receive analogue TV channels, connect
the cable for the rooftop antenna to the antenna socket »ANT IN« on the television set
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3 Plug the power cord into a wall socket.
Note:
7 Do not plug in the power cord of the device
until you have connected the external equipment and the antenna.
Only use the power cord supplied to ­connect
the television set to a suitable earthed safety
socket.
7 Do not use an adapter plug or extension
lead which does not meet the applicable
safety standards. Do not tamper with the
power cord.
7 Connection and preparation----------------------------------------------Inserting batteries into the
­remote control
Environmental note
7
This symbol on rechargeable batteries/batteries or
on the packaging indicates
that the rechargeable battery/battery may not be disposed of with
regular household rubbish. For certain
­rechargeable batteries/batteries, this symbol may be supplemented by a chemical
symbol. Symbols for mercury (Hg) or lead
(Pb) are provided if the rechargeable batteries/batteries contain more than 0.0005%
mercury or more than 0.004% lead.
Rechargeable batteries/batteries, including
those which do not contain heavy metal,
may not be disposed of with household
waste. Always dispose of used batteries
in accordance with local environmental
­regulations. Make enquiries about the applicable disposal regulations where you live.
1 Open the battery compartment by removing
the lid.
2 Insert the batteries (2 x 1.5 V micro, for
example R03 or AAA). Observe the polarity marked in the bottom of the battery
­compartment.
3 Close the battery compartment.
Note:
If the television no longer reacts properly
to remote control commands, the batteries
may be flat. Always remove used batteries.
7 The manufacturer accepts no liability for
damage caused by leaking batteries.
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Overview------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connections on the television set
SATELLITE
ntenna socket for the
A
satellite antenna (DVB-S).
AV1
CART socket (FBAS signal,
S
RGB signal).
AUDIO OUT L R Sockets for audio output.
COMPONENT
Y Pb Pr
L R
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Sockets
for video input
(YUV signal).
Sockets for audio input (YUV signal).
SPDIF
ocket for audio output
S
­(coaxial) for PCM/AC3
­signals.
For connecting digital AV
amplifiers or AV receivers.
Optical Out
ocket for audio output
S
­(optical) for PCM/AC3
­signals.
For connecting digital AV
amplifiers or AV receivers.
Overview------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PC Audio
Socket for audio
input for a PC.
PC-IN
VGA socket, video input
for PC.
ANT IN
Controls on the television set
8/I
Antenna socket for a DVB-T,
DVB-C and analogue
antenna.
Switches the television on and
back into standby mode.
The only way to disconnect the television from the mains supply is to pull the plug.
V– V+
HDMI2
DMI socket, H
audio/video input.
djusts the volume;
A
selects menu functions.
MENU
HDMI3
HDMI socket, audio/video input.
HDMI4
HDMI socket, audio/video input.
USB HDD
SB socket for external U
data media without a power
supply of their own and
PVR function.
pens the menu.
O
Select a menu option with »P+« or »P–«.
Activate the function with »V+« or »V–«.
Confirm the function with »V+« or »V–«. Press »MENU« to quit the menu.
pens the pre-selection for
O
AV channels. In the menu, press »P+« or »P–«
to select and press »V+« or »V–«
to confirm.
U eadphone jack (3.5 mm
H
jack plug).
S-VHS
Video socket for S-Video camcorder.
Video
ideo socket for V
camcorder.
L R
udio socket for A
camcorder.
HDMI1
DMI socket, H
audio/video input.
USB
SB socket for external U
data media and
PVR ­function.
P– P+
Switches
the television on from
standby;
selects channels in steps;
selects function in the menu.
CICommon Interface Slot.
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Overview------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The remote control – Main functions
Switches on from standby;
Selects channel – directly
Switches on and off
(Standby).
elects the channel list
S
(»All«, »FAV 1« to »FAV 4«).
witches between
S
teletext and TV mode.
Opens the selection menu to
change picture formats.
Then select with »<« or »>«
and press »OK« to confirm.
Displays information.
pens the »HDMI CEC DeO
vice List«.
Opens the channel list.
apping function;
Z
switches back one menu level in the menus.
Opens the TOOLS menu.
Opens the electronic
TV guide.
Opens the main menu
Adjusts the volume.
Muting
Record, play, pause and
stop (only digital television
channels - to/from external
USB device).
Opens the »PRnP« menu.
Navigation in the menus
Moves
the cursor up and down in the menus.
Moves the cursor to the left and
right in the menus.
ctivates various functions and
A
save functions/settings.
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pens menu for AV channels
O
and USB input.
Then select using »V«, »<«,
»>« or »Λ« and press »OK«
to confirm.
witches on from standby;
S
Selects channel – in steps.
Overview------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The remote control – ­
All functions
»« (red) Selects pages in teletext.
»« (green)Selects/activates various functions
»« (yellow)
in the menus.
»« (blue)

tarts the recording (only for digital
S
television channels, the recording
is made on an external data medium).
8
tarts playing a programme from
S
an external data medium;
Repeats a recorded programme.
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F reeze frame, if no external data
medium is connected;
Playback pause;
Time shift mode (only for digital
­television channels and when
an external data medium is connected).
7
Ends
playback of a programme
from an external data medium;
Ends a recording or playback in time shift mode.
Splits the screen in teletext.
5
witches to double character size
S
in teletext;
Selects the next title/next picture in
the file browser.
6 efreshes a teletext page;
R
Selects the previous track/previous
picture in the file browser.
3
tops scrolling through pages in
S
­teletext;
Starts a fast reverse search in the
file browser.
4
eveals answers in teletext;
R
Starts a fast forward search in the
file browser.
S
elects different subtitles (only for digital television channels)
Selects different audio languages
(only for digital television channels)
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Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Initial set-up and tuning
­television channels
Selecting language, country and
operating mode
­The television set is equipped with automatic
channel search, which searches for satellite channels (DVB-S), terrestrial channels (DVB-T), cable
channels (DVB-C) and analogue channels.
1 Switch on the television set from standby with
»8«, »1…0« or »P+« or »P-«.
– During initial set-up, the »Installation Guide«
will be displayed.
You start the search and can then copy the television channels into four favourite lists and sort
them there into your order of preference.
For DVB-S channels there are 6000 presets
available, for DVB-T and DVB-C channels 1000
presets, and 100 presets for analogue channels.
The various settings
Depending on the type of antenna connected,
you can decide which channels you would like
the television to search for.
Tunes digital television channels from the satellite, from page 15.
You have two options for this search:
– the basic installation which presets a standard selection, e.g. the satellite Astra 19.2°
East; you need only start the search;
– the professional installation, which allows
you to make all required settings and set parameters for your receiver system.
7 Tunes digital terrestrial television channels, on
page 17.
7 Tunes digital television channels from the
cable provider, on page 17.
7 Tunes analogue television channels, in the
chapter “Special functions”, starting on
page 56.
7 Further settings for digital television channels
after the initial set-up can also be found in
the chapter “Special functions”, starting on
page 51.
7 Note:
Make the language and country selection for
all types, then continue reading the respective
chapter.
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Help:
If this menu is not displayed, restore the
­television set to its default settings (see
page 42).
7 2 Select the menu language with »<«, »>«,
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
3 Select the mode with »<« or »>« and press
»OK« to confirm.
– The settings used in »Home Mode« help to
save energy.
– Alternatively, the menu item »Shop Mode«
can be selected which the retailer can use
for demonstrating the device functions.
Note:
7 End the »Shop Mode« by restoring the television set to its default settings (see page 42).
4 Select the country in which the television set
is operated with »<«, »>«, »V« or »Λ« and
press »OK« to confirm.
– The »Source Setup« menu appears with the
»Connection Type« line marked.
Note:
You can find a description of how to tune
the television channel of your choice – depending on the antenna connected – in the
following chapters.
7 Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tuning the television channels
from satellite (DVB-S)
Advanced installation
You have two options for tuning digital satellite
channels.
1 In the »Source Setup« menu, in the »Connection Type« line, select the option »Satellite«
with »<« or »>«.
A The easy installation,
which pre-configures all antenna settings for
the satellite channels on Astra 19.2° East.
2 Select the line »Advanced Installation« with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
B The advanced installation
can be used if you wish to receive satellite
channels from various satellites. To do so,
you must make the antenna settings (Satellite, LNB Power, LNB Type, DISEqC Mode,
LNB Selection) for the satellites chosen.
Easy installation
1 In the »Source Setup« menu, in the »Connection Type« line, select the option »Satellite«
with »<« or »>«.
2 Select the line »Easy Installation« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– Other menu options will be displayed,
the satellite Astra 19.2° East is preset.
3 Start the scan with »« (green).
– The »Search results« menu appears, and
the scan for TV channels begins.
– Depending on the number of television
channels received, this can easily take a
few minutes.
– The scan is complete as soon as the »PROGRAM TABLE« appears.
Note:
7 You
can abort the scan by pressing
»MENU«.
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ANTENNA SETTINGS
Satellite
ASTRA 2A°,E
Transponder
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LNB Power
Off
LNB Type
Universal
22 kHz
Auto
DISEqC Mode
Off
LNB Selection
1/4
Low
Quality
Normal
Good
Signal strength
Exit
Back
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
3 Select the line »Satellite« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SELECT SATELLITE« menu appears.
Select the satellites with »V«, »Λ«, »<« or
»>« and press »OK« to confirm.
Note:
7 The setting in the line »Transponder« is not
required for this automatic scan.
4 Select the line »LNB Power« with »V« or
»Λ«.
Depending on the type of LNB, set the LNB
power supply to »13/18 V« or »14/19 V«
with »<« or »>«.
5 Select the line »LNB Type« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
Select the type of LNB installed with »<«
or »>«.
Save the selection with »« (green) or abort
the action with »« (red).
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Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 Select the line »DISEqC Mode« with »V«
or »Λ«.
Select »DiSEqC 1.0« or »DiSEqC 1.1« in
­accordance with the existing antenna system
with »<« or »>«.
– DiSEqC 1.0 allows up to four satellites to
be received simultaneously.
– DiSEqC 1.1 allows up to 16 satellites to be
received simultaneously.
7 Select the line »LNB Selection« with »V« or
»Λ«.
Select the setting for the respective satellites
with »<« or »>«.
8 Once the settings for the satellite have been
made, switch to the »AUTOMATIC CHANNEL SEARCH« menu with »« (red).
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AUTOMATIC CHANNEL SEARCH
Connection Type
Satellite
Select Satellite
ASTRA 2A , E
Scan Mode
Free + Scramble
Service Type
Network Search
Exit
Back
Radio + TV
Off
Start Search
9 Select the line »Scan Mode« with »V«
or »Λ«.
Select the scan mode with »<« or »>«
(for unencrypted channels, for encrypted
channels only, or for both).
10 Select the line »Service Type« with »V«
or »Λ«.
Use »<« or »>« to select whether you want to
search for television channels only (TV), radio
stations only (Radio) or both ­(Radio + TV).
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11 Start the scan with »« (red).
– The »Results« menu appears, and the scan
for TV channels begins.
– Depending on the number of television
channels received, this can easily take a
few minutes.
– The scan is complete as soon as the »PROGRAM TABLE« appears.
Note:
You can abort the scan by pressing
»MENU«.
7 12 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Note:
If other television channels are to be tuned
from a second satellite, proceed as follows:
7 Open the menu with »MENU«, select the
line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm. Then select the
­»Automatic Channel Search« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm. Confirm
the line ­»Select Satellite« with »OK« and
­select the ­preferred satellite with »V«, »Λ«,
»<« or »>«. Start the scan with »« (red).
Continue the adjustment by step 7 of the
chapter.
Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tuning terrestrial television
channels (DVB-T)
Tuning television channels from
the cable provider (DVB-C)
1 In the »Source Setup« menu, in the »Connection Type« line, select the option »Air« with
»<« or »>«.
1 In the »Source Setup« menu, in the »Connection Type« line, select the option »Cable«
with »<« or »>«.
2 Select the line »Scan Type« with »V« or
»Λ«.
Use »<« or »>« to set the required scan
type:
– »DTV«, scan for digital television channels;
– »ATV«, scan for analogue television
­channels;
– »ATV & DTV«, scan for analogue and
­digital television channels.
2 S
elect the line »Scan Type« with »V« or
»Λ«.
Use »<« or »>« to set the required scan
type:
– »DTV«, scan for digital television channels;
– »ATV«, scan for analogue television
­channels;
– »ATV & DTV«, scan for analogue and
­digital television channels.
Caution:
7 The antenna power supply (5V
) may only
be switched on if the antenna is an active
­indoor antenna with a signal amplifier and it
is not already supplied with a voltage via a
mains plug (or similar supply). Otherwise
you may cause a short circuit and irreparably damage your antenna.
3 Select the »Scan Type« with »V« or »Λ«. Select the preferred option (»Quick« or »Full«)
with »<« or »>«.
– The search function »Quick« sets up the
channels according to the information provided by your cable provider in the transmission signal.
– If the option »Full« is selected, the entire
frequency range will be scanned. The
search can take a long time with this option. This option is recommended if your
cable provider does not support the scan
type »Quick«.
3 Select the »Active Antenna Power« with »V«
or »Λ«.
Switch on the antenna power supply for the
antenna with »<« or »>« (»On«).
4 Start the scan with »« (green).
– The »Search Results« menu appears, and
the search for TV channels begins.
– Depending on the number of television
channels received, this can easily take a
few minutes.
– The scan is complete as soon as the »PROGRAM TABLE« appears.
Note:
You can abort the scan by pressing
»MENU«.
7 5 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Note:
7 You can accelerate the search. To do this,
you need information about the frequency
and network ID. You are usually able to get
this data from your cable operator or find it
in forums on the Internet.
4 Start the scan with »« (green).
– The »Search Results« menu appears, and
the search for TV channels begins.
– Depending on the number of television
channels received, this can easily take a
few minutes.
– The scan is complete as soon as the »PROGRAM TABLE« appears.
Note:
You can abort the scan by pressing
»MENU«.
7 5 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
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Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Changing the program table for
the digital channels
Selecting channel lists
Channels which are found using the scan are
saved in the »PROGRAM TABLE«.
2 Select the »SOURCE SETUP« menu with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
You can delete channels which are not required
from the programe table, and lock individual
channels (Parental control).
You can also add channels to the favourites list;
in addition, you can change the order of channels within the favourites list.
With »« (green) you can display the channels
which belong to one network.
Switch to the next page in the programe table
with »P+« and to the previous page with »P-«.
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
3 S
elect the line »Programe Table« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu »PROGRAM TABLE« appears.
Important:
Programe table and favourites lists are
saved separately according to the different
input sources (satellite, cable, air).
7 When opening the programme table, the
respective channel list for the current input
signal ­appears.
7 With » « (yellow) you can open the »LIST
MANAGEMENT« within the programe table.
INSTALLATION
PROGRAM TABLE
Network ALL
1 Das Erste
1 Das Erste
DTV
6 24
2 ZDF
DTV
7 HD Sport
DTV
DTV
3 SAT1
DTV
8 HD Test
DTV
4 N24
DTV
5 SAT3
DTV
9 3sat
10 RTL
DTV
DTV
11 HD 1
12 Life
13 Film
14 Promo
15 Sport1
16 TV Sport
17 Sat.8
18 SKY
19 TV6
20 TV5
DTV
DTV
Edit
DTV
DTV
DTV
Network
Exit
Back
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DTV
DTV
DTV
Manage lists
Select favourites
DTV
DTV
Sorting
Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Creating lists of favourites
You can save your favourite channels in up to
four favourites lists (FAV 1 to FAV 4).
Notes:
Favourites lists must be created separately
for all input sources (satellite, cable and air).
7 You can select the favourites list by pressing
»FAV«.
7 Notes:
7 Repeat steps 2 and 3 if you would like to
change other channels within the same
­favourites list.
Repeat steps 1 to 3 if you would like to
change other channels in a different favourites list.
7 1 In the »PROGRAM TABLE« menu, switch over
to the list view with »« (yellow).
4 Exit the current favourites list with »«
(blue).
– The entire programe table will appear
again.
2 Select the channel of your choice with »V«
or »Λ«.
Deleting channels
3 “Push” the channel into the favourites
lists 1 to 4 with »<« or »>« and press »OK«
to confirm.
– The position in the favourites list is marked
with »✔«.
– You can enter the same channel in more
than one favourite list.
– Each favourite list can store up to 255
channels.
Note:
7 Channels can also be deleted from the
­favourites lists. Select the channel to be
­deleted with »V«, »Λ«, »<« or »>« and
press »OK« to delete it.
7 When deleting a channel from the favourites
list, the order within the favourites list will be
updated.
4 Press »MENU« to end the set-up.
Sorting channels in the favourite list
You can change the order of channels in the
­favourites list.
1 In the »PROGRAM TABLE« menu, select the
­favourites list »1« to »4«.
2 Select the channel which should be moved
with »V«, »Λ«, »<« or »>« and mark it with
»« (red).
3 Move the channel to its new position with
»V«, »Λ«, »<« or »>« and press »OK« to
­confirm.
1 In the »PROGRAM TABLE« menu, select the
­television channel to be deleted with »V«,
»Λ«, »<« or »>« and press »« (red) to confirm.
2 Delete the current channel with »« (yellow);
delete all channels with »« (blue).
3 Confirm the deletion process with »«
(green).
4 Quit the deletion process with »<«.
Skipping channels
You can mark television channels which should
be skipped when selecting with »Λ« or »V«.
It is still possible to select them using the number
buttons.
1 In the »PROGRAM TABLE« menu, switch over
to the list view with »« (yellow).
2 Select the preferred channel with »V«
or »Λ«.
3 S
elect the column »Skip« with »<« or »>«
and use »OK« to mark the channel.
– The channel is marked by »✔«.
Note:
Channels can also be reactivated. Select the
channel with »V« or »Λ«, then select the
column »Skip« and reactivate the channel
with »OK«.
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Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Picture settings
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the menu item »PICTURE SETTINGS«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
PICTURE SETTINGS
Picture Mode
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User
Brightness
50
Contrast
100
Sharpness
75
Colour
65
Colour Temperature
Medium
Enhanced picture settings
DNR
Off
Mpeg NR.
Off
Exit
Back
– The »PICTURE SETTINGS« menu appears.
3 Select the line »Picture Mode«, »Brightness«, »Contrast«, »Sharpness«, »Colour«, or
­»Colour Temperature« with »V« or »Λ«.
Select the value with »<« or »>« and press
»OK« to confirm.
Notes:
When changing the values with »<« or
»>«, the screen will be split. You can see
the ­current setting on the left side, the new
­setting on the right side.
7 In the »PICTURE SETTINGS« menu you can
also find other additional settings.
7 4 Select the line »DNR«, »Mpeg NR«, »Vibrant
Colour«, »Perfect Clear«, »Film Mode«,
»Gamma«, »Dynamic Contrast«, »Dynamic
Backlight«, »Backlight« or »MEMC« with
»V« or »Λ«.
Select the value with »<« or »>« and press
»OK« to confirm.
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Notes:
You can only select the »Mpeg NR« function
on digital and AV presets.
»Mpeg NR« reduces any interference from
artefacts (pixel blocks) from digital programmes due to MPEG compression (such
as from DVB-T receivers or DVD ­players).
7 The »Film Mode« detects and processes
feature films automatically for all channel
sources. This means you will always receive
an optimal picture.
This functions in the modi 480i, 576i and
1080i in TV playback and for other channel
sources.
If the »Film mode« is switched on for programmes without a feature film signal, minor
problems such as picture freeze, defective
subtitles or fine lines in the picture could
­occur.
7 The function »Dynamic Contrast« adapts the
contrast dynamically and optimally for the
respective picture content.
7 With »Dynamic Backlight«, the device optimally adapts the background lighting to the
picture content.
7 The »Backlight« can only be set manually
when the function »Dynamic Backlight« is
deactivated.
7 »MEMC« (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) provides fluidity for the picture
in active pictures or fast camera shots.
»MEMC« will only appear in menus of LCD
products with 200 Hz PPR Feature and LED
products with 400 Hz PPR feature.
7 5 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sound settings
Automatic volume
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
Television stations broadcast at different volumes. The automatic volume limiting (AVL) function means the volume is kept the same when
you switch between channels.
2 Select the menu item »SOUND SETTINGS«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOUND SETTINGS« menu appears.
Note:
Additional operations are explained in the
following sections.
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1 Select the line »AVL« with »V« or »Λ« and
select the option »On« with »<« or »>«.
Note:
If the »SRS« setting has been selected in the
»Audio Mode« line, the AVL line cannot be
selected.
7 Stereo/two channel sound, mono
Volume
10
Balance
Sound Type
Stereo
Sound Mode
Sound Preset
Naturel
External
Headphone
Exit
Back
If the device receives two-channel-sound programmes, e.g. a film with the original soundtrack
on audio channel B (display: »Dual II«) and
the dubbed version on sound channel A (display: »Dual I«), you can select the audio channel
you prefer.
If the device receives stereo or Nicam programmes, it switches automatically to stereo
sound (display: »Stereo«).
You can switch the sound to »Mono« if the stereo
sound quality is poor.
1 Select the line »Audio Type« with »V« or
»Λ« and adjust the setting with »<« or »>«.
Stereo width
Volume
1 Select the line »Volume« with »V« or »Λ«
and change the setting with »<« or »>«.
Balance
1 Select the line »Balance« with »V« or »Λ«
and change the setting with »<« or »>«.
This broadens the sound output for stereo programmes and improves the sound with mono
reception.
1 Select the line »Audio Mode« with »V«
or »Λ«.
2 Select the option »Spatial« with »<« or »>«.
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Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Soundeffects
Equalizer
This menu offers three preset sound effects
(Music, Natural and Speech) and one setting to
be created by you (User).
Equalizer offers a sound setting that you can create.
1 Select the line »Sound Preset« with »V« or
»Λ«.
2 Select the sound effect »Music«, »Natural«
or »Speech« by pressing »<« or »>«.
Note:
»User« option is active when »Sound mode«
setting is selected as »Normal or »Spatial«.
7 SRS TruSurround XT*
SRS TruSurround XT is a patented audio technology which is integrated into the television set
and only requires the built-in speakers to generate a Surround Sound effect.
1 Select the line »Audio Mode« with »V«
or »Λ«.
2 Select the option »SRS« with »<« or »>«.
3 Select the line »Sound Preset« with »V«
or »Λ«.
4 Select the sound effect »Music«, »Natural«
or »Speech« with »<« or »>«.
Equaliser appears in the menu when »Sound
mode« is selected as »Spatial« or »Normal«,
and »Sound Preset« as »User«.
1 Select »Equalizer« with »V« or »Λ« and
press »OK« to confirm.
The »EqualiZer« menu appears.
Note:
If the »SRS« setting has been selected in the
»Sound Mode« line, the »Equalizer« line
will not indicate.
7 2 Select the frequency bandwidth »120Hz«
with »V« or »Λ«.
Set the preferred value with »<« or »>«.
3 Set the next frequency bandwidth with »V«
or »Λ« and repeat the setting.
4 Press »<« to save the setting.
Audio description (Audio subtitles)
Audio description is an additional audio channel
for visually-impaired persons. Descriptions are
provided of activities, surroundings, changes of
scene, gestures and actors' facial expressions.
This audio channel is transmitted simultaneously
with the normal sound on digital channels. Availability depends on the respective channel and
broadcaster.
1 Select the line »Audio Description« with »V«
or »Λ« and select the option »On« with »<«
or »>«.
2 Select the line »Volume« with »V« or »Λ«
and change the volume with »<« or »>«.
Exiting the setting
1 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
* Under licence from SRS Labs, Inc. TruSurround XT,
SRS and the
symbol are trademarks of
SRS Labs, Inc.
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Television - OPERATION-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Basic functions
Displaying information
Switching on and off
1 Display information with »?«.
– The display disappears automatically after
a short while.
1 Press »8«, »1…0« or »P+« or »P-« to switch
on the television from standby mode.
2 Press »8« to switch the television to standby.
Selecting channels
1 Press »1…0« to select presets directly.
2 Select channels step by step with »P+« or
»P-«.
3 Open the channel list with »OK«, select the
preferred television channel with »V«, »Λ«,
»<« or »>« and press »OK« to confirm.
Exit the channel list with »MENU«.
Selecting channels from lists
Freeze-frame
If you wish to view a particular scene for longer,
you can “freeze” the frame of the current programme.
1 Activate the freeze-frame function with »$«.
2 End the freeze-frame function with »$«.
Note:
If an external data medium is connected
to the television, the time shift function is
­activated with »$«. The time shift function is
described on page 29.
7 You can select channels from various lists (e.g.
all channels, FAV 1 to FAV 4).
Picture settings
1 Press »FAV« to open an overview of programe tables.
– The overview is displayed.
1 Open the Tools menu with »TOOLS«.
2 Select a programe table with »Λ« or »V«
and open it with »OK«.
3 Select a television channel with »V«, »Λ«,
»<« or »>« and press »OK« to confirm.
4 Press »MENU« to exit the programe table.
2 Select the menu item »Picture Mode« with
»V« or »Λ«.
3 Select »User«, »Eco TV«, »Vivid«, »Natural«,
»Movie«, »Sports« or »Game« by pressing
»<« or »>«.
Note:
Picture setting »Game« can only be selected
in »HDMI«, »Component« and »PC« modes.
7 Selecting a preset AV channel
1 Open the »Select Source« menu with »
Various picture settings are available.
«.
Audio settings
2 Select an AV preset with »V«, »Λ«, »<« or
»>« and press »OK« to confirm.
Various audio settings are available.
3 Use »1…0« to switch back to the television
channel.
2 Select the menu item »Sound Preset« with
»V« or »Λ«.
Adjusting the volume
3 Select the audio setting »User«, »Music«,
»Natural« or »Speech« by pressing »<« or
»>«.
1 Adjust the volume with »+ o –«.
Switching sound on/off
1 Press »p« to mute the sound or switch it
on again.
1 Open the Tools menu with »TOOLS«.
Note:
7 »User« option is active when »Sound mode«
setting is selected as »Normal or »Spatial«.
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Television - OPERATION-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Audio language
Electronic TV guide
Various languages are available on digital television channels. This depends on the programme
being broadcast.
The electronic TV guide provides an overview of
all programmes that will be broadcast in the next
week (for digital channels only).
1 Open the selection menu with »
1 Press »GUIDE« to display channel information.
«.
2 Select the language by pressing »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
Subtitles
Various subtitles are available on digital television channels. This depends on the programme
being broadcast.
1 Open the selection menu with »
«.
2 Select the subtitles with »V« or »Λ« and
press »OK« to confirm.
Zoom function
1 Open the Tools menu with »TOOLS«.
2 Select the menu item »Zoom« with »V« or
»Λ«.
3 Press »OK« repeatedly to enlarge the
display in three steps.
Eco mode
This function allows you to reduce the power
consumption.
1 Open the Tools menu with »TOOLS«.
2 Select the menu item »Eco TV« with »V« or »Λ«.
3 Switch on the Eco mode with »<« or »>«.
4 Switch the Eco mode off again with »<« or »>«.
Zapping function
This function remembers the channel you are
­currently watching while you switch over to other
ones (zapping).
1 Press »1…0« or »P+«, »P–« to select the
channel to be stored in the zapping memory
and press »<« to confirm.
2 Press »1…0« or »Λ«, »V« to switch to
­another television channel.
3 Press »<« to switch between the saved
television channel and the last television
channel viewed.4
End the function
with »MENU«.
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Notes:
7 Not all channels supply provide a detailed
TV guide.
7
Many broadcasters transmit the current
schedule, but do not offer detailed descriptions.
7 There are broadcasters which do not provide any information at all.
2 Press »V« or »Λ« to select a television
­channel.
– Today's programmes on the television
channel selected are displayed.
– In addition, information about the current programme is display with detailed information
about the channel.
3 Switch to the information about the current
programme with »>«.
Note:
You can open and switch off the extensive
programme information with »?«.
7
4 Press »V« to select information on the next
programme and, »Λ« to return to the information for the current programme.
5 Select programmes on over the coming days
with »« (green), and switch back to the current day with »« (red).
6 Switch back to the channel selection with
»<«.
Notes:
7 By pressing »
« (yellow) twice, the programme of your choice can be added to the
memory timer.
Filter for certain programmes with »«
(blue), select the channel type with »<«,
»>«, »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm. Programmes which match the selected
channel type are displayed.
7 7 Quit the electronic TV guide with »MENU«.
Television - OPERATION-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Changing the picture format
»Auto« format
The television automatically switches to the 16:9
format if this format is detected via the SCART
socket.
The picture format is automatically switched to
»16:9« for 16:9 programmes.
1 Select the picture format with » «.
– The picture format (for example »16:9«) is
displayed.
– You can choose between the following
­picture formats:
»4:3« format
The picture is shown in 4:3 format.
The picture format is automatically switched to
»4:3« for 4:3 programmes.
»Overscan« format
In this mode, HD pictures are not cropped by the
HDMI sockets or component sockets, and are
displayed in their original size. This only applies
in HDMI mode and for resolutions of 720p or
above.
»16:9« and »14:9« formats
For programmes in 4:3 format, the picture is
stretched horizontally if the »16:9« format or
»14:9« format is selected.
The picture geometry is stretched horizontally.
With actual 16:9 input sources (from a set-top box
on the SCART socket) the picture fills the screen
completely and with the correct ­geometry.
»Subtitle« format
If you cannot see the subtitles at the bottom of
the screen, select »Subtitle«.
»LetterBox« format
The letterbox format is especially suitable for
programmes in 16:9 format.
The black borders which are usually at the top
and bottom of the screen are eliminated, 4:3 pictures fill the screen.
The transmitted pictures are enlarged, but are
slightly cropped at the top and bottom. The picture geometry remains unchanged.
»Panorama« format
This setting is suitable for films in an especially
wide format.
During programmes in 4:3 format, the picture is
stretched horizontally if the »Panorama« function
is selected. The picture geometry is stretched
horizontally.
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USB RECORDING- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Information on recording and
playing television programmes
Possible limitations when using
an external data medium
■ Recording
Depending on the broadcaster, you may experience various restrictions on some of the functions
from some television channels.
and playback of television programmes is only possible with digital television
channels (DVB-S, DVB-T and DVB-C).
■ The
digital television channels (DVB-S, DVB-T
and DVB-C) you are able to record and playback also depends on the broadcaster.
■ Recording
and playback of programmes,
as well as the time shift function, can only be
carried out using an external data medium
(hard drive or USB stick). The data medium
should have a minimum storage capacity
of 2 GB.
■ Recordings
can be made with most data media
on the market. However, we cannot guarantee
operation for all data media.
■ If
a programme was recorded on an external
data medium, it can only be played back on
your television set. The playback of these programmes is not possible on other devices.
■ If
you send your television to be repaired and
hardware components need to be replaced,
you might not be able to play the recordings
again on the repaired television.
■ Reception
for SKY broadcasting service is currently only possible in Germany with a suitable
set-top box.
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GRUNDIG has no influence on ­
these restrictions.
■ Recording
a programme on the external data
medium can be disabled by the broadcaster.
If the message »URI* protected! PVR function
is blocked« appears on the screen, then recording or timeshift is restricted (one recording
possible) or disabled (recording not possible)
by the broadcaster.
* URI = User right information (Copyright information).
■ If
you record and save a programme on the
archive of an external data medium, playback
can be restricted.
The broadcaster can allow you to view this
programme one or more times, but it may only
be available for a certain period of time.
■ Programmes
not suitable for minors will require
the input of a PIN number immediately before
recording starts. If this authorisation is not
given, the recording may not start.
■ Copying
a programme from a digital television
channel onto a video or DVD recorder using
the »AV 1« socket (analogue picture/
sound signal) can also be restricted by the
broadcaster. Prerequisite is that your device
supports the copying function.
USB RECORDING- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connecting external data media
Notes:
7 Before connecting the data medium, switch
the television to standby with »8«. Connect
the device and then switch the television on
again.
7
Before removing the external data medium,
the television must be switched to standby,
so that no data loss occurs.
Your television features two USB sockets,
»USB HDD« and »USB«.
»USB HDD« is used to connect data ­media,
which require an additional power supply
– for example, external hard disks.
7 Notes:
7 The »USB« socket of the television supplies
a maximum power of 500 mA in accordance with USB specifications. External hard
disks which require more power may therefore only be connected to the »USB HDD«
of the television.
If you use a network cable for external hard
disks which have been connected to the
»USB HDD« socket of the television, this
network cable must also be disconnected
from the power supply when the television is
switched off.
7 External data media may not be disconnected from the television while files on the data
medium are being accessed.
7 Settings for USB recording
Selecting the menu
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »USB RECORDING« with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »USB RECORDING« menu appears.
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1 Connect the »USB HDD« socket of the
­television and the corresponding socket of
the data medium (external hard disk) using
a USB cable;
or
Insert the USB plug of the USB memory stick
into the »USB« socket of the television.
2 Confirm the display »
(green).
– The file browser appears.
« with »«
Auto Preview
On
Manage data medium
Disk
USB
Partition
Check Disk
Capacity Used
%3
Used (MB)
1249
Total (MB)
38145
Remaining SD recording time
1,008 min
Remaining HD recording time
288 min
Exit
Back
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USB RECORDING- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Switching on automatic preview
Testing the external data medium
If the automatic preview is switched on, a preview of the selected file appears in the file
browser.
You can subject external data media to a test
and establish whether they are suitable for the
chosen functionality.
1 Select the line »Auto Preview« with »V« or
»Λ«.
1 Select the line »Disk« with »V« or »Λ«. If
several data media are connected, select the
preferred data medium with »<« or »>«.
2 Switch on the function with »<« or »>«
(»On«).
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Selecting external data media
2 Select the line »Partition« with »V« or »Λ«.
If several partitions are available, select the
partition you wish to use with »<« or »>«.
If several external data media are connected to
the television, you can select the preferred data
medium.
3 Select the line »Check Disk« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– Information on the data medium is displayed.
1 Select the line »Disk« with »V« or »Λ«
4 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
2 Select the preferred data medium (»USB
HDD« or »USB«) with »<« or »>«.
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Selecting a partition on the external
data medium
If the external data medium features several partitions, select the partition you would like to use.
1 Select the line »Partition« with »V« or »Λ«.
2 Select the partition you wish to use with »<«
or »>«.
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
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USB RECORDING- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------″Pausing” time shift ­
programmes
You can pause the programme you are watching. This is a useful function, for example if the
telephone rings while you are watching a film
and you do not want to miss anything.
A freeze-frame display of the last scene appears
on the screen and the programme is recorded
in the time shift memory of the external data
­medium.
In time shift mode you can record a maximum of
10 minutes of the current programme.
1 Press »!« to pause the current programme.
– The picture is frozen, the time shift and the
remaining recording time are displayed.
2 Press »8« to resume the programme.
– The programme will continue to be
­recorded.
Note:
7 The following functions are possible when in
time shift mode:
– Rewind, press »3« several times according to speed (the picture freezes while
rewinding);
– Fast forward, press »4« several times
­according to speed;
– Select pause with »!«.
3 Press »7« to quit the time shift function.
– The message »Live programme« appears,
and you will see the current programme
without time shift.
– The scenes in the “time shift memory” are
deleted.
Recording programmes
You can record programmes. The data for these
programmes is recorded on an external data
medium and this archive is administered via the
television.
The following approximate values apply for recording:
Recording time for high-definition programmes
(HD) is 7 minutes with 1 GB of memory,
for standard programmes it is 26 minutes.
While recording, you can watch another programme from the archive.
You cannot change presets.
One-touch programme recording
1 Select the television channel to be recorded
with » »1…0« or »P+«, »P–« and press
»
« to start the recording.
– Information on the recording is displayed:
the recording symbol, the channel name,
the programme, the recording time and the
available memory space.
– After a short time this information disappears; only the recording symbol flashes
on the top left of the screen.
2 End the recording with »7«.
Notes:
7 After the recording is complete, the recording will be automatically saved on the external data medium.
7 The »RECORDED FILES« menu, with the archived programmes, can be opened with
»REC.LIST«.
7 If the external data medium is disconnected
from the USB socket during recording, the
recording will be stopped automatically
and will not be saved.
7 Play your recordings, that you have recorded with your FAT32 formatted HDDs, in USB
mode.
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USB RECORDING- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Recording a programme from the
channel list
Presetting programmes to be
recorded
1 Open the »CHANNEL LIST« with »OK«.
... using the electronic TV guide
2 Select a television channel with »V«, »Λ«,
»<« or »>« and press »OK« to confirm.
You can use data from the electronic TV guide
for recording.
3 Press »MENU« to exit the channel list.
25 programmes can be preset for the timer
­recording or as a reminder.
« to start recording.
4 Press »
– Information on the recording is displayed:
the recording symbol, the channel name,
the programme, the recording time and the
available memory space.
– After a short time this information disappears; only the recording symbol flashes
on the bottom right of the screen and the
recording time is displayed.
5 Press »7« to stop recording.
1 Press »GUIDE« to display channel information.
– The electronic TV guide appears.
2 Select the preferred channel with »V«
or »Λ«.
3 Switch to the information about the current
programme with »>«.
4 Select the programme of your choice with
»V« or »Λ«.
«.
5 Confirm the programme with »
– The symbol » « appears after the name
of the programme, and the data has been
added to the timer.
Note:
If the data for the recording is to be changed,
use »« (yellow) and »« (blue) to
switch to the »SCHEDULED EVENTS«, press
»« (green), change the data and save it with
»« (green).
7
6 Press »MENU« to exit the menu.
Notes:
Before the timer recording begins, a warning message appears with a 20-second
countdown. You can switch over to the programmed television channel.
7
7
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If the timer recording starts during playback,
playback is not interrupted: Recording takes
place automatically in the background as
long as you do not select »Yes« when the
timer countdown message is shown.
USB RECORDING- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------... by manual data entry
You can preset up to 25 programmes for timer
recording.
1 Press »GUIDE« to display channel information.
– The electronic TV guide appears.
2 Open the »MAKE SCHEDULE« menu by
pressing »« (yellow) twice.
3 Select the line »Type« with »V« or »Λ«
and select the option »Recording« with »<«
or »>«.
4 Select the line »Channel« with »V« or »Λ«
and select the channel with »<« or »>«.
5 Select the line »Mode« with »V« or »Λ« and
select the preferred mode (»Once«, »Every
Day« or »Weekly«) with »<« or »>«.
6 Select the line »Start« (Start recording) with
»V« or »Λ« and enter the date/time with
»1…0«.
7 Select the line »End« (Stop recording) with
»V« or »Λ« and enter the date/time with
»1…0«.
8 Save the data with »« (green).
– The programme is preset.
9 Press »MENU« to exit the menu.
Notes:
Before the timer recording begins, a warning message appears with a 20-second
countdown. You can switch over to the programmed television channel.
7
7
Editing recording data in the ­
timer menu
You can edit the data for programmed timer
­recordings.
1 Select the timer menu by pressing »GUIDE«,
»« (yellow) and »« (blue) in succession.
– The »SCHEDULED EVENTS« menu appears.
2 Select the title of the programme to be
changed with »V« or »Λ« and activate the
timer position with »« (green).
– The input menu is displayed.
3 Select the required option with »V« or
»Λ« and edit the data with »1…0« and
»<« or »>«.
4 Save the changes with »« (green).
– The timer has been changed.
5 Press »MENU« to close the menu.
Deleting a timer
You can delete programmed timer recordings.
1 Select the timer menu by pressing »GUIDE«,
»« (yellow) and »« (blue) in succession.
– The »SCHEDULED EVENTS« menu appears.
2 Select the title of the programme to be deleted
with »V« or »Λ« and delete the timer position
with »« (yellow).
3 Press »MENU« to close the menu.
If the timer recording starts during playback,
playback is not interrupted: recording takes
place automatically in the background as
long as you do not select »Yes« when the
timer countdown message is shown.
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USB RECORDING- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playback
The recorded programmes – whether started
manually or using the timer function – are stored
on the external data medium. You can open the
archive on the external data medium by pressing
»REC.LIST«.
Selecting a programme from ­
the archive
1 Open the »Recorded Event« menu with
»REC.LIST«.
– The menu appears.
2 Select the programme of your choice with
»V« or »Λ« and start playback with »8«.
3 Press »7« to end playback.
– The television switches over to the current
television channel.
Playback during a recording
During a recording, you can either watch the
programme you are currently recording or watch
a different one that you have already recorded.
1 Select the channel to be recorded with
»1…0« or »P+«, »P–« and press »
« to
start the recording.
2 Select the »Recorded Event« menu by pressing »REC.LIST«. Select the programme you
want with »V« or »Λ« and press »8« to
start ­playback.
– The recording continues in the background.
3 Press »7« to end playback.
4 Press »7« to stop recording.
Forward/reverse picture search
Deleting programmes in the
recording list
1 During playback, select the fast forward
speed (2x, 4x, 8x or 16x) with »4«;
You can delete programmes from the recording list.
or
During playback, select the rewind speed
(2x, 4x, 8x or 16x) with »3« (the picture
freezes when rewinding).
1 Open the »Recorded Event« menu with »REC.
LIST«.
– The menu appears.
Repeating a scene (A-B)
You can mark the starting and ending point of a
scene. The scene is then repeated continuously.
1 Mark the starting point A by pressing »8« at
the required scene during playback.
– This scene is marked as the starting
point A.
2 Mark the end point B by pressing »8«
once again at the required scene during
­playback.
– This scene is marked as the end point B.
– The television repeats the programme between these two points.
3 Quit the repeat function with »7«.
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2 Select the programme to be deleted with
»V« or »Λ«.
3 Press »« (blue) to delete the programme.
4 Confirm the security query with »«
(green).
Note:
7 You
cannot delete programmes in the
­»Recorded Event« menu which are currently
being recorded or played back.
5 Press »MENU« to close the menu.
USB OPERATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------File formats
Image data
Your television can work with the following file
formats using the USB sockets:
Your television can display pictures in the formats
JPEG, PNG and BMP.
JPEG stands for Joint Picture Experts Group.
It denotes a process for compressing picture files.
PNG and BMP are process used to save image
data with no, or very little, losses.
Picture files can be stored with other types of files
on one medium.
These files can be organised into folders and
subfolders.
Video data
Special codecs for video compression and
­decompression provide more memory space
without compromising the picture quality excessively.
Your television plays video files in the formats
DIVS, XVID, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (L4.1, 4 reference pictures), MPEG-4, MPEG-2, MPEG-1,
MJPEG and MOV.
The following file name extensions are also supported: AVI, MKV, MP4, TS, MOV, MPG, DAT.
These files can also contain audio files compressed using MP3, AAC or Dolby Digital©.
Audio data
Your television can play audio data in the formats MP3, AAC, WMA.
MP3 is the abbreviation for MPEG-1 Level 3 and
is based on the MPEG-1 standard, which was
developed by the MPEG (Motion Picture Expert
Group).
AAC stands for Advanced Audio Coding and
was also developed by MPEG. AAC provides
better sound quality at an identical data rate.
WMA (Windows Media Audio) is a compression standard for audio data developed by
­Microsoft.
These formats allow audio files to be recorded
and played which sound as good as a CD, while
taking up only a fraction of the memory space.
File name extensions which are supported: MP3,
MP2, WMA, M4A, AAC.
MP3 files can be organised into folders and
­subfolders, as on the computer.
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USB OPERATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connecting external ­
data media
Before connecting the data medium, switch the
television to standby using »8 «. Connect the
­device and then switch the television on again.
Before removing the external data medium,
the television set must be switched to standby,
so that no data loss occurs.
Notes:
The »USB« socket of the television set
­supplies a maximum power of 500 mA in
accordance with USB specifications. External hard disks which require more power
may therefore only be connected to the
»USB HDD« of the television set.
7 If you use a network cable for external
hard disks which are connected to the
»USB HDD« socket on the television, this
network cable must also be disconnected
from the power supply when the television
is switched off.
7 External data media may not be disconnected from the television set while files on the
data medium are being accessed.
7 A bi-directional data transfer as defined for
ITE (Information Technology Equipment)
­devices in EN 55022/EN 55024 is not
possible.
7
USB transfer is not in itself an operating
mode. It is only an additional function.
7
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1 Connect the »USB HDD« socket of the television and the corresponding socket on
the data device (external hard drive, digital
camera, card reader or MP3 player) using a
USB cable;
or
Insert the USB plug of the USB memory stick
into the »USB« socket of the television set.
2 Confirm the display »
(green).
– The file browser appears.
« with »«
USB OPERATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The file browser
Switching on automatic preview
The file browser displays video, audio and
­picture files stored on external data media.
If this function is switched on, a preview of the
selected file then appears in the file browser.
If an external data medium contains files in
­different formats, you can, when necessary, filter
out the formats not required.
1 Select the line »Auto Preview« with »V«
or »Λ«.
Main menu of the file browser
4
1
2 Switch on the function with »<« or »>«
(»On«).
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
3
Selecting the display mode
1 Select »View Mode« with »V« or »Λ«.
2 Select the preferred option with »<« or »>«.
VIDEO FILES
ROOT
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Photo
Music
Setting the display duration for
pictures in a slideshow
Film
Use Control
Buttons
USB DRIVE
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Used (MB)
Total (MB)
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45
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Speed
6
2
All
Repeat
1 Select »Slide Show Interval« with »V« or »Λ«.
Now
Total
5
1 Selected data format.
2 Name of the data medium.
3 Total number of folders on the data medium.
4 Preview of the selected file.
5 Information on the external data medium.
6 Menu navigation.
Settings in the USB ­
setup menu
Selecting the menu
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the »SOURCE SETUP« menu item with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »USB SETUP« menu ­appears.
Note:
7 Additional functions are explained in the
­following sections.
2 Select the display duration (3, 5, 10 ­seconds)
with »<« or »>«.
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
DivX® VOD
You must have your device registered in order to
play the protected video that you will buy from
DivX®.
1 Select »DivX® VOD« with »V« or »Λ« and
confirm with »OK«.
– Registration Code appears.
2 Visit “http://vod.divx.com” and register the
device with the registration code.
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
DivX Certified® to play DivX® and DivX
Plus™ HD (H.264/MKV) video up to
1080p HD including premium content.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created
by DivX, Inc. This is an official DivX Certified® device that plays
DivX video. Visit divx.com for more information and software
tools to convert your files into DivX video.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified® device must be registered in order to play purchased DivX Videoon-Demand (VOD) movies. To obtain your registration code,
locate the DivX VOD section in your device USB setup menu.
Go to vod.divx.com for more information on how to complete
your registration.
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USB OPERATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Basic playback functions
1 Select the data medium by pressing »
«,
use »V«, »Λ«, »<« or »>« to select the option
»USB« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The file browser appears.
2 Select the file format (video files, audio files,
picture files) with »V« or »Λ«.
3 Switch to the folder/file list with »OK«.
Note:
7 If two USB data media or one USB data
medium with several partitions is connected
to the USB sockets, the letter for the respective drive (e.g. C) appears behind the folder
symbol. Select the letter of the drive with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
4 Select the folder or file with »V« or »Λ« and
press »OK« to open it.
– A list of subdirectories appears.
Note:
Switch back to the main folder with »<«.
7 5 Select the track or picture with »V« or »Λ«
and press »8« to start playing.
– You can view information on the film data by
pressing »?« (red).
– When playing MP3 or WMA data, information on the album, track and singer is
displayed at the left of the menu.
– When playing picture files, you can use
»?« to display information about the resolution and size.
– When playing picture data, press »?«
twice to enter the DivX® Settings menu.
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Note:
7 When playing picture data, the file browser
switches off. Press »7« to display the file
browser again.
7 Press »!« to pause playback.
8 Press »8« to resume normal playback.
9 Press »7« to end playback.
The file browser appears.
Notes:
7 Use »Λ« to select »Up Folder«, when you
would like to return to the last folder. Use
»Root« (and then press »OK«) to return to
the main folder.
It is possible that files which are actually
supported do not function correctly in USB
mode. This is because certain files are not
recorded with standardised compression
processes, although they feature the “right”
file ending.
7 If a video file features several audio tracks
(audio streams), you can switch these over
during playback in full screen mode with »
«.
7 When playing music files, you can use other
options in the USB mode at the same time.
This way, you can, for example, enhance a
slideshow with music.
7 For films, only subtitles in the SRT format
are supported. The names of the subtitle
and film files must be identical. Otherwise,
no subtitles will be shown.
7 USB OPERATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Additional playback ­
functions
Selecting a certain passage for­
playback­
Depending on the file format, the following
­additional functions are available:
(video files only)
1 During playback, press »OK«.
Selecting chapters on DivX® files
2 Enter the passage (time) with »1 ... 0« and
press »« (green) or »OK« to confirm.
(only video files)
1 During playback, select the next chapter
with »>«.
2 During playback, select the previous
chapter with »<«.
Note:
You can also select chapters by entering the
chapter number with »1...0«.
7 Fast forward
(for video and audio files only)
You can select different speeds (2-fold, 4-fold,
8-fold and 16-fold forwards and backwards).
1 Select the playback speed during playback
with »3« or »4«.
2 Press »8« to resume normal playback.
Selecting titles on DivX® files
Rotating pictures
(only video files)
(picture files only)
1 During playback, select the next title with
»Λ«.
You can rotate pictures by 90°.
2 During playback, select the previous title
with »V«.
Playing selected titles
Only the marked tracks are played.
1 Select the titles with »V« or »Λ« and press
»OK« to mark it.
2 Select the next title with »V« or »Λ« and
press »OK« to mark it.
3 Start playback with »8«.
4 Press »7« to end playback.
Note:
7 To remove the marking, select the title with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to remove the
marking.
1 During playback, press »<« or >« to rotate
the pictures by 90°.
Repeat functions
Options:
– »One Repeat«: the current track will be
­repeated.
– »All Repeat«: all tracks will be repeated.
1 Open the Tools menu with »TOOLS«.
2 Select the menu item »Repeat« with »V« or
»Λ«.
3 Select »All«, »Random«, »One« or »None«
by pressing »<« or »>«.
Selecting a track or picture in steps
(SKIP)
1 During playback, select the next track/
picture with »6«.
2 During playback, select the previous track/
picture with »5«.
– Playback begins with the track or picture
you selected.
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Teletext OPERATION----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TOP text or FLOF text mode
Enlarging the character height
1 Press »TXT« to switch on teletext.
If you have difficulty reading the text on the
screen, you can increase the character height.
2 Select teletext pages directly with »1...0«
or step by step with »V« and »Λ«.
Return to teletext page 100 with »?«.
Note:
At the bottom of the screen there is an info
bar with red, green and – depending on the
channel – yellow and blue panels. Similarly,
the remote control also features buttons with
different colours with which these pages can
be selected.
7
1 To enlarge the character height of a teletext
page, keep pressing »5«.
Page hold
A multiple page may contain several sub-pages,
which are automatically scrolled by the broadcasting station.
1 Stop the automatic scrolling of the sub-pages
with »3«.
3 Go back a page with »« (red).
2 Quit the function with »3«.
4 Go to the next page with »« (green).
5 Select a particular chapter with »«
(yellow).
Opening a sub-page directly
6 Select a particular subject with »« (blue).
7 Quit teletext with »TXT«.
Normal text mode
1 Press »TXT« to switch on teletext.
2 Press »1…0« to select teletext pages directly.
Return to teletext page 100 with »?«.
3 Go back a page with »V«.
4 Go to the next page with »Λ«.
5 Quit teletext with »TXT«.
Additional functions
Skipping the waiting time
While a page search is progressing, you can
switch to the TV programme.
1 Enter the teletext page number with »1…0«
and then press »6«.
– As soon as the page is found, the page
number is displayed.
2 Press »6« to switch to the teletext page.
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If the selected teletext page contains additional
pages, the number of the current sub-page and
the total number of pages are displayed.
1 Press »
« to open the sub-page function.
2 Use »0…9« to enter the sub-page.
3 Quit the function with »
«.
Revealing answers
Certain teletext pages contain hidden answers
or information.
1 Display information with »4«.
2 Press »4« to conceal the information.
Split screen
This functions allows you to display the television channel on the left side, the teletext on the
right side.
1 Switch the function on with »7«.
– The television channel and teletext are displayed next to each other.
2 Switch the function off with »7«.
Convenience functions------------------------------------------------------------------------Opening the SETTINGS menu
Changing the audio language
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
(only for digital television channels)
2 Select the »SETTINGS« menu with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SETTINGS« menu appears.
You can define a primary and a secondary
audio language.
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SETTINGS
Language settings
Menu
English
Audio
English
Subtitle
English
Subtitle Mode
Off
Date and time settings
Date & Time
Time Adjustment
Time Zone
Auto
GMT +1
Exit
Back
Note:
7 Additional operations are explained in the
following sections.
Language settings
Changing the menu language
1 Select the line »MENU« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »Select Menu Language« menu
­appears.
2 Select the menu language with »<«, »>«,
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
3 Press »MENU« to finish the setting.
1 Select the line »Audio« with »V« or »Λ« and
press »OK« to confirm.
– The »Select Audio Language« menu
­appears.
2 Select the audio language with »<«, »>«,
»V« or »Λ« and then use »« (red) to set
it as the primary audio language, or use
»« (green) to set it as the secondary audio
language.
– The primary and secondary language is
display at the top right in the menu.
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Changing the subtitle language­
and subtitle mode
(only for digital television channels)
You can switch the subtitles on and off, select the
subtitle language and allocate a second subtitle
language.
1 Select the line »Subtitle« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »Select Subtitle Language« menu appears.
2 Select the subtitle language with »V«,
»Λ«, »<« or »>«, then use »« (red) to set
it as the primary subtitle language, or use
»« (green) to set it as the secondary subtitle ­language.
– The primary and secondary language is
displayed at the top right in the menu.
3 To go back one menu level, press »<«.
4 Select the line »Subtitle Mode« with »V« or
»Λ« and then set the preferred option »Off«,
»Hard of Hearing« or »Basic« with »<« or
»>«.
5 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
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Convenience functions------------------------------------------------------------------------Setting the date and time
Timer settings
Your television set detects the difference in time
to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) automatically,
as long as the channel selected transmits a time
signal. You can also set the difference in time
manually – for example, when the correct time
is not detected automatically or does not correspond to local time for other reasons.
Entering the switch-off time ­
(sleep timer)
In the »Sleep Timer« menu you can enter a time
for the television to switch off. After this time
has elapsed, the television switches to standby
mode.
1 Select the line »Sleep Timer« with »V« or
»Λ«.
1 Select the line »Time Adjustment« with »V«,
then select the option »Manual« with »<«
or »>«.
– The lines »Time Zone« and »Daylight Saving« are active.
2 Enter the switch-off time with »<« or »>«.
2 Select the line »Time Zone« with »V« and
press »OK« to confirm.
– The »Select Time Zone« menu appears.
3 Press »MENU« to end the set-up.
3 Select the appropriate time zone with » »<«,
»>«, »V« or »Λ and press »OK« to confirm.
4 Select the line »Daylight Saving« with »V«
and use »<« or »>« to set the option »Auto«,
»Off« or »On«.
5 Press »MENU« to finish the setting.
Note:
7 If the option »Auto« is selected in the line
»Time Adjustment«, the television set automatically adapts the time to the time signal
from the respective broadcaster. However,
different channels may also use time bases
which are different to those of your country;
e.g. foreign broadcasters. In these cases,
reminders and planned recordings may be
annulled due to the time difference.
Note:
To switch off the function, use »<« or »>« to
set the switch-off time to »Off«.
7
Switch-on timer
In the »Auto On« menu you can enter a switch-on
time for the television. After the preset time has
elapsed, the television switches on from standby
– at the preselected volume and the preselected
television channel.
1 Select the line »Auto On« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
2 Select the line »Mode« with »V« or »Λ« and
use »<« or »>« to select when the television
should switch on.
3 Select the line »Input Source« with »V« or »Λ«
and use »<« or »>« to select the input source.
4 Select the line »Service Type« with »V« or »Λ«
and use »<« or »>« to select the ­preferred option (ATV, DTV, Radio or DATA).
5 Select the line »Channel« with »V« or »Λ«
and use »<« or »>« to select the preferred
channel.
Note:
7 The line »Channel« is only active when the input signal currently in use has been set. If no
entry has been made, then the first channel of
the selected input source will be used.
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Convenience functions------------------------------------------------------------------------6 Select the line »Volume« with »V« or »Λ« and
use »<« or »>« to set the volume.
7 Select the line »Set Hour« with »V« or »Λ«
and enter the time with »1…0«.
8 Save the data with »« (green).
Note:
7 You can abort the entry by pressing » « (red).

9 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Switch-off timer
Parental control settings
Authorising programmes
There are films which may be wholly or partially
unsuitable for children.
These programmes contain information which
marks the content or scenes with access levels of
4 to 18. You can select one of the access levels,
thereby authorising playback.
1 Select the line »Parental Guidance« with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
In the »Auto Off« menu, you can enter a time
for the television to switch off. After this time has
elapsed, the television switches to standby mode.
2 Enter the PIN code »1234« with »1 ... 0«.
1 Select the line »Auto Off« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
4 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
2 Select the line »Mode« with »V« or »Λ« and
use »<« or »>« to set the preferred mode.
3 Select the line »Set Hour« with »V« or »Λ«
and enter the time with »1…0«.
4 Save the data with »« (green).
Note:
You can abort the entry by pressing »«
(red).
7 3 Select the access level with »<« or »>«.
Note:
Parental Guidance is not enabled at USB
source.
7
Locking menus
This function allows you to lock the »Automatic
Channel Search«, »Digital Manual Tuning«, »Antenna Settings« and »Program Table« menus so
that they can be only accessed by ­entering a
PIN code.
5 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
1 Select »Menu Lock« with »V« or »Λ«.
Automatic switch-off (Auto Sleep)
2 Enter the PIN code »1234« with »1 ... 0«.
If this function is activated, the television switches
automatically to standby after 5 minutes if no
video signal is broadcast or in accordance with
the according to European regulations, the television switches automatically to standby after 4
hours provided that none of the buttons on the
remote control or on the television is operated
during this period.
1 Select the line »Auto Sleep« with »V« or
»Λ«.
2 Activate the function with »<« or »>«
(»On«).
Note:
7 To switch off the function, use » « or » « to
<
>
select the setting »Off«.
3 Activate the lock with »<« or »>« (»On«).
4 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Locking keys (Parental lock)
When the key lock is activated, the buttons on
the television set do not function.
1 Select the line »Keypad Lock« with »V« or
»Λ«.
2 Enter the PIN code »1234« with »1 ... 0«.
3 Activate (On) or deactivate (Off) the key lock
with »<« or »>«.
4 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
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Convenience functions------------------------------------------------------------------------Changing the PIN code
Updating software
You can also enter a personal PIN code instead
of the default code »1234«. Please take note of
your own PIN code.
(for digital channels only)
1 Select »Set PIN« with »V« or »Λ« and press
»OK« to confirm.
2 Enter the current PIN code 1 2 3 4 with
»1 ... 0«.
1 In the »SETTINGS« menu, select the line
»Check For Updates updates« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– A search for new software will be made
and – if available – it will be installed.
5 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Note:
7 If a search for software updates should be
made automatically, select the line »Automatic OAD« with »V« or »Λ« and use »<«
or »>« to select the option »On«.
– The software will be updated automatically as far as possible.
Locking television channels
2 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
You can lock individual television channels, for
example channels unsuitable for children, using
a personal PIN code.
Restoring the television to the
default settings
3 Enter your new four digit PIN code with
»1 ... 0«.
4 Enter your new four digit PIN code with
»1 ... 0« again.
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the »SOURCE SETUP« menu with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
3 Select the line »Program Table« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »PROGRAM TABLE« menu is displayed.
4 In the »PROGRAM TABLE« menu, switch
over to the list view with »« (yellow).
5 Select the channel to be locked with »V«
or »Λ«.
6 Select the column »Lock« with »<« or »>«
and press »OK« to lock the channel.
7 Enter the PIN code »1234« with »1 ... 0«.
– The channel is marked using »✔«.
Note:
To remove the lock, select the channel again
with »V« or »Λ«, press »OK« to confirm
and then enter the PIN code 1 2 3 4 using
»1 ... 0«.
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This function allows you to delete the channel
lists and all custom settings.
1 In the »SETTINGS« menu, select the line
­»Restore Factory Defaults« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
2 Press »« (green) to confirm the warning
message.
– The »Source Setup« menu appears.
3 Continue the settings with the chapter ­“Initial
set-up and tuning television channels” on
page 14.
OPERATION USING EXTERNAL DEVICES-----------------------------DIGI LINK
Your television is equipped with
the DIGI LINK function.
This function uses the CEC
(Consumer Electronics Control)
protocol.
CEC allows external devices which are connected to the »HDMI« sockets by an HDMI cable
(e.g. DVD player) to be operated with a remote
control.
Prerequisite is that the devices connected support
CEC. Read the operating manual for the external
device to find out how to activate the corresponding function.
The DIGI LINK functions on your
television
Searching for and activating ­
external devices
You can connect up to 11 devices with DIGI LINK
functions to your television.
1 Open the CEC device list with »CEC«.
– The »HDMI CEC Device List« appears.
2 Start the device search with »« (red).
– The devices found are displayed in the
menu.
3 Select the device for operation with »V«,
»Λ«, »<« or »>« and press »OK« to mark it.
– If the selected device is connected to a
different input to the current one, a switch
to the respective input will occur auto­
matically.
4 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Switching on the television ­
automatically from standby
If the »Autom. switch-on TV« function is activated
(»On«), then once the external device (e.g.
DVD player) is switched on, the television also
switches on and the appropriate HDMI preset is
selected.
Automatic selection of the HDMI preset on the television
If your television is switched on and you then
switch on the external device (e.g. DVD player),
the appropriate HDMI preset on the television
will be selected.
Selecting the menu language
The television menu language is automatically
s­ elected on the external device (e.g. DVD player).
The external device must support this function.
Switching off the external device­
automatically
If you switch your television to standby, the external device (if it is switched on) will also be
switched to standby.
DIGI LINK is always active on your television set.
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OPERATION USING EXTERNAL DEVICES-----------------------------Device operation
Switching the device to standby
You can decide whether external devices should
react to your television's remote control.
This option switches the external device to
standby.
«, use »V«, »Λ«, »<« or »>« to
1 Press »
select the preset »HDMI1« to »HDMI4« and
press »OK« to confirm.
«, use »V«, »Λ«, »<« or »>« to
1 Press »
select the preset »HDMI1« to »HDMI4« and
press »OK« to confirm.
2 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Open the menu with »MENU«.
3 Select the menu item »SOURCE SETUP« with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the menu item »SOURCE SETUP« with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
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Remote Control
RC Passthrough
Device Standby
Exit
Back
4 Select the line »Remote Control« with »V«
or »Λ«.
5 Select the type of operation (»RC Passthrough«, »Deck« or »Tuner« with »<« or
»>«.
Notes:
7 »RC
Passthrough« can be used for all ­devices.
»Deck« and »Tuner« can be selected in accordance with the external device which
has been connected.
Try out which type of remote control operation the external device reacts to the best.
7 Read about the scope of functions of the
DIGILINK-compatible device in the respective operating manual.
7 6 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
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4 Select »Device Standby« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
– The external device switches itself off.
OPERATION USING EXTERNAL DEVICES-----------------------------High definition ­ HD ready
Connect the corres ponding input
sources (e.g. HDTV
receiver or HDDVD player) to the
»HDMI« sockets (for
digital HDTV sources).
This ensures that you can view digital HDTV
­programmes, even if they are copy-protected
(HDCP High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection), without encountering problems.
Connection options
Which television socket(s) you connect your
external devices to depends on the sockets
the external device is equipped with and the
signals which are available.
7 Please note: With many external devices,
the resolution of the video signal must be
adjusted to the input sockets of the television
(see the operating manual of the external
device). You can find out which values you
need to set by referring to the guidelines in
the sections about the various connection
options.
7 Do not connect any other equipment while
the device is switched on. Also switch off the
other equipment before connecting it.
7 Do not plug in the power cord of the device
until you have connected the external equipment and the antenna.
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OPERATION USING EXTERNAL DEVICES-----------------------------Connecting external devices
... with digital audio/video signals
Suitable devices: Digital satellite receivers,
Playstation, BluRay player, DVD player/
recorder, set-top box, notebook, PCs.
7 Video signal: Digital video; resolution: standard 576p; HDTV 720p, 1080i, 1080p.
7 Audio signal: digital audio (stereo, multi-channel compression, uncompressed).
7 Presets »HDMI 1«, »HDMI 2«, »HDMI 3« or
»HDMI 4«
7 1 Connect the »HDMI1«, »HDMI2«,
»HDMI3« or »HDMI4« socket on the television and the corresponding HDMI socket on
the external device using a standard HDMI
cable (digital video and audio signal).
... with analogue video signal­
(progressive)
Suitable devices: DVD recorders/players,
games consoles.
7 Video signal: YUV; resolution: standard 576p;
HDTV 720p, 1080i, 1080p.
7 Audio signal: stereo, analogue.
7 »YPBPR« preset.
7 1 Connect the »COMPONENT Y Pb Pr«
sockets on the television to the corresponding sockets of the external device with RCA
cables (video signal).
2 Connect the »COMPONENT L R« sockets
on the television to the corresponding sockets of the external device with RCA cables
(audio signal).
... using the SCART socket ­
(FBAS/RGB signal)
Suitable devices: Digital satellite receiver,
DVD player/recorder, set-top box, games console, video recorder, decoder.
7 Video signal: FBAS/RGB.
7 Audio signal: stereo, analogue.
7 »AV1« preset.
7 1 Connect the »AV1« socket on the television and
the corresponding socket on the external device
using a SCART cable (video and audio signal).
Activating a decoder
If a decoder is connected to the »AV1« socket,
this must be activated to provide an unencrypted
video/audio signal.
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select »SETTINGS« with »V« or »Λ« and
press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SETTINGS« menu appears.
3 Select the »Decoder« with »V« or »Λ«.
4 Activate the function with »<« or »>«
(»On«).
5 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
... with S-Video signal
Suitable devices: DVD player/recorder, video
recorder, camera recorder, notebook, PC.
7 Video signal: Y/C.
7 Audio signal: stereo, analogue.
7 »S-VHS« preset.
7 1 Connect the »S-VHS« socket on the television and the corresponding socket on the external device using an S-Video cable (video
signal).
2 Connect the »L R« sockets on the television
to the corresponding sockets of the external
device with RCA cables (audio signal).
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OPERATION USING EXTERNAL DEVICES-----------------------------... with an analogue TV signal
4 Set the preferred volume with »<« and »>«.
Suitable devices: Digital satellite receiver,
DVD player/recorder, set-top box, camera
­recorder.
7 Video signal: FBAS.
7 Audio signal: stereo, analogue.
7 »AV2« preset.
5 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
7 1 Connect the »Video« socket on the ­television
to the corresponding socket of the ­external
device with an RCA cable (video signal).
2 Connect the »L R« sockets on the television
to the corresponding sockets of the external
device with RCA cables (audio signal).
Note:
7 There must not be a video signal at the
­»Video« and »S-VHS« socket at the same
time. This could lead to picture disturbances.
Using a DVD player,
DVD ­recorder, video recorder ­
or set-top box
1 Switch on the external device and select the
function you wish to use.
2 Press »
«, use »V«, »Λ«, »<« or »>« to
select the preset for the input signal (»AV1«,
»AV2«, »S-VHS«, »HDMI1«, »HDMI2«,
»HDMI3«, »HDMI4« or »Component«)
and press »OK« to confirm.
Headphones
Connecting the headphones
1 Plug the headphone jack (3.5 mm ø jack
plug) into the headphone socket on the right
side of the television.
Changing the headphone volume
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the menu item »SOUND SETTINGS«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOUND SETTINGS« menu appears.
Note:
Prolonged listening with headphones at loud
volumes can damage your hearing.
7 Hi-fi system/AV receiver
Connecting the hi-fi system/­
AV receiver
1 Connect the »Optical Out« socket on the
television to the corresponding socket of the
device with an optical digital cable (digital
audio signal);
or
connect the »SPDIF« socket on the television
to the corresponding socket of the AV receiver with an RCA cable (digital audio signal).
Setting the audio format
You can select whether the audio signal output via the »Optical Out« or »SPDIF« socket
should be in the PCM or AC2 format.
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the menu item »SOUND SETTINGS«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOUND SETTINGS« menu appears.
3 Select »Audio Output Setup« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
4 Select the »SPDIF output« with »V« or »Λ«.
5 Select the preferred audio format (»PCM« or
»Dolby* D«) with »<« or »>«.
Note:
If you wish to output the audio only via a
multi-channel amplifier/AV receiver, set the
option »TV Speaker« to »Off« in the menu.
7 6 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
3 Select the line »Headphone« with »V« or
»Λ«.
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OPERATION USING EXTERNAL DEVICES-----------------------------Playing the audio signal via the ­
HiFi system
1 Connect the »AUDIO OUT L R« sockets on
the television to the corresponding socket of
the AV receiver with an RCA cable (digital
audio signal).
Note:
If this function is not activated, the audio signal is transmitted to the HiFi system/AV receiver (connected to »AUDIO OUT L R«).
7 1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the menu item »SOUND SETTINGS«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOUND SETTINGS« menu appears.
3 Select »Audio Output Setup« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
4 Select the line »Audio Out« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »<« or »>« to activate the audio
output (»On«).
5 Select the line » Audio Out Status« with »V«
or »Λ« and select the option »Fixed« or »Adjustable« with »<« or »>«.
Notes:
If you select »Adjustable«, the volume can
be changed in the menu option » Audio Out
Volume«.
7 If the audio should only be output via the
HiFi system/AV receiver, select the option
»Off« in the line »TV Speaker with »<« or
»>«.
7 6 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
* “Dolby” and the double-D logo are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
Manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories.
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OPERATION AS A PC MONITOR----------------------------------------------------------
Connecting a PC
1 Connect the »PC-IN« socket on the television
to the corresponding socket on the PC using
a VGA cable (video signal).
2 Connect the »PC Audio« socket on the television to the corresponding socket on the
PC using a suitable cable (audio signal).
Source
Note:
Adjust your PC to the monitor (for example,
picture resolution 1280 x 768, picture frequency 60 Hz).
Extended settings
Auto Ajust Mode
Size
2 Select the »SOURCE SETUP« menu item with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the function or setting with »V« or
»Λ«, and then use »V«, »Λ« or »<«, »>« to
implement it.
0
Phase
1 Press »
« and use »V«, »Λ«, »<« or »>«
to select the preset »PC« and press »OK« to
confirm.
On
50H - 50V
Position
Selecting presets for the PC
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
PC
Auto Ajust
7
Settings for PC mode
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Back
Options:
– »Auto Ajust« for automatic PC configuration.
– »Auto Ajust Mode«, select the option
»On« if the configuration should be implemented automatically in PC mode.
– »Position« to configure the horizontal and
vertical picture position.
– »Size« to set the cycle frequency.
– »Phase« to eliminate flicker, unfocused
pictures or horizontal interference.
4 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
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Operation with a Common Interface------------------
What is a Common Interface?
Common Interface (CI) is an interface for
DVB receivers.
7 Encrypted channels can only be viewed
with a CA module suitable for the encryption system and in conjunction with the
­corresponding smart card.
7 The television set is equipped with a Common Interface slot into which CI modules
from various providers can be inserted.
7 You can insert the provider’s smart card into
the CA module in order to enable the encrypted channels you wish to view.
7
Inserting the CA module
Note:
7 Switch the device off before you insert a CA
module into the »CI« slot.
1 Insert the corresponding smart card into the
CI module.
2 Insert the CI module with the smart card into
the »CI« slot on the television.
Note:
7 In the »CA Module« sub-menu you can see
which CA module has been inserted in the
CI slot.
7 If you are inserting a CA module into the
CI slot of the television for the first time,
you will need to wait a moment until the
CA module is detected.
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Access control for CI module and
smart card
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the line »CA-Module« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
Notes:
7 This menu provides operating instructions
and – after you enter your PIN code – access to the PAY-TV provider's channels.
The remaining settings are described in the
operating manuals for your CI module and
smart card.
7 CAM is not supported in certain countries
and regions; please consult your authorised
dealer.
7 4 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Special settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Searching for digital television
channels from a satellite automatically
Satellite data changes frequently, new channels are constantly being added. You should
therefore perform an automatic search from time
to time.
This searches all transponders for new channels.
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
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Automatic Channel Search
7 Select the line »Scan Mode« with »V« or
»Λ«.
Select the scan mode with »<« or »>«
(for unencrypted channels, for encrypted
channels only, or both).
8 Select the line »Service Type« with »V« or
»Λ«.
Use »<« or »>« to select whether you
want to search for television channels (TV)
only, radio stations only (Radio) or both
(Radio + TV).
9 Select the line »Network Search« with »V«
or »Λ«.
Select the option »On« with »<« or »>«
– If the »Network Search« is set to »On«,
the data will be accessed via the new
transponder of the network which has
been set.
10 Start the scan with »« (red).
Note:
If the previously stored channels should be
retained in the channel list and the new
channels found be added to it, then press
»« (green).
If »« (red) is pressed, the saved channels
will be deleted from the current channel list.
Digital Manual Tuning
7 Antenna Settings
Program Table
Signal Information
CA -Module
Positioner settings
DiSEqC 1.2
Off
Exit
Back
– The »Results« menu appears, and the scan
for TV channels begins.
– Depending on the number of television
channels received, this can easily take a
few minutes.
– The search is complete as soon as the
»PROGRAM TABLE« appears.
3 Select the line »Source« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
Select the input source »Satellite« with »<«,
»>«, »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
4 Select the line »Automatic Channel Search«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
11 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Note:
You can abort the search by pressing
»MENU«.
7 5 Select the line »Select Satellites« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SELECT SATELLITE« menu appears.
6 Select a satellite with »V« or »Λ« and press
»OK« to confirm.
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Special settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Searching for digital television ­
channels from a satellite automatically
If you know the parameters of a new ­television
channel, you can also search for it manually.
­Current transponder data can be found in the
teletext, in satellite TV magazines or on the
Internet.
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select »Digital Manual Tuning « with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
4 Select the line required for the parameters
with »V« or »Λ«.
– »Frequency (MHz)«: Enter the five-digit
­frequency with »1 ... 0« .
– »Symbol Rate (kS/s)«: Enter the five-digit
symbol rate with »1 ... 0« .
– »Polarization«: Use »<« or »>« to set the
polarisation to »Horizontal« or »Vertical«.
– »Network Search«: use »<« or »>« to select the option »On« or »Off«.
– »Scan Mode«: Use »<« or »>« to select
whether you want to search for unencrypted (Unencrypted) channels only, encrypted (Encrypted) channels only, or for both
(Unencrypted + Encrypted).
– »Service Type«: Use »<« or »>« to select
whether you want to search for television
channels only (TV), radio stations only
­(Radio), or both (Radio + TV).
5 Start the scan with »« (red).
– The »Results« menu appears, and the scan
for TV channels begins.
Note:
You can abort the search by pressing
»MENU«.
7 6 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
LNB settings
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select »Antenna Settings« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »ANTENNA SETTINGS« menu appears.
4 Select the line required for the parameters
with »V« or »Λ«.
– »Satellite«: »Press OK«, select a satellite
with »<«, »>«, »V« or »Λ« and press
»OK« to confirm.
– »Transponder«: »Press OK«, select a transponder with »<«, »>«, »V« or »Λ« and
press »OK« to confirm. Use »« (red) to
add a transponder, use »« (green) to
delete it, or use »« (yellow) to change
transponder data.
– »LNB Power«: Set the LNB power supply
(depending on the type of LNB) to »Off«
»13/18 V« or »14/19 V« with »<« or »>«.
– »LNB Type«: Select a type of LNB with »<«
or »>«. Use »« (green) to save the setting, or use »« (red) to abort.
– »22 KHz«: Depending on the LNB type,
22 kHz audio is selected. For a universal
LNB, this option is set to »Auto« and ­cannot
be changed.
– »DISEqC mode« and »LNB selection«:
depending on the type of antenna used,
use »<« or »>« select the option »Off«,
­»DiSEqC 1.0« or »DiSEqC 1.1«.
»Off«: for a satellite system with only
one antenna.
»DiSEqC 1.0«: allows up to four satellites to be received simultaneously.
Under »LNB selection«, use »<« or
»>« to select the option »1/4«, »2/4«,
»3/4« or »4/4«.
»D
iSEqC 1.1«: allows up to 16 satellites to be received simultaneously.
Under »LNB selection«, use »<« or
»>« to select the option »1/16« to
»16/16«.
5 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
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Special settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Settings for motorised antennas
(DiSEqC 1.2)
Your television set supports motorised satellite
systems in compliance with DiSEqC 1.2. This
function allows the satellite antenna to be operated via the television set.
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the line »DiSEqC 1.2« with »V«
or »Λ«. Select the option »On« with »<«
or »>«
– The line »User Mode« is active.
Note:
Additional operations are explained in the
following sections.
7 User mode
You can adjust the alignment of the satellite antenna to each individual satellite. These settings
will be saved so that the antenna can later be
easily guided to each saved alignment.
1 Select the line »User mode« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »USER MODE« menu appears.
2 Select the preferred option with »V«
or »Λ«.
– »Satellite«: »Press OK«, select a satellite
with »<«, »>«, »V« or »Λ« and press
»OK« to confirm.
– »Transponder«: »Press OK«, select the
transponder from which the signal is being
­received with »<«, »>«, »V« or »Λ« and
press »OK« to confirm.
– »Moving Mode«: Use »<« or »>« to select
the option »Discrete« or »Continuous«.
– »Discrete«: Moves the antenna in ­defined
steps to the west and the east.
– »Continuous«: Moves the antenna to the
west or east continuously.
– »Step Size«: Use »<« or »>« to select the
number of steps with which the antenna
should turn. »Step Size« is only active
when the »Transport Mode« was set to
»Discrete«.
– »Move Motor«: Aligns the antenna with
the selected satellite. Use »<« to align it to
»West«, use »>« to align it to »East«.
– »Go To Stored Position«: Aligns the antenna
to a saved satellite position. Up to 50 positions can be saved. »Press OK« and then
select the saved position with »<« or »>«.
Press »« (green) to confirm – the antenna will be aligned with the saved position.
– »Store Stored Position«: The current antenna alignment is saved.
3 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
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Special settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Expert mode
You can restrict the antenna's range or reset
the antenna.
1 Select the line »Installer Mode« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »INSTALLER MODE« menu appears.
2 Select the preferred option with »V«
or »Λ«.
– »Limit Position«: Defines the range in
which the antenna may move. Use »<«
to set the western limit, use »>« to set the
eastern limit.
– »Move Motor«: Aligns the antenna with
the selected satellite. Use »<« to align the
antenna to »west«, use »>« to align the
antenna to »east«.
– »Go To Stored Position«: Press »OK« to
save the current antenna alignment.
– »Store Stored Position«: Aligns the antenna
with the reference point of the positioner.
– »Reset DiSEqC 1.2 Limit«: Resets the limit
position of the antenna.
Searching for television channels from the cable provider
automatically
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the line »Source« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
Select the option »Cable« with »<«, »>«,
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
4 Select the line »Automatic Channel Scan«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
5 Select the line »Country« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm. In the country selection menu, select the country with »<«, »>«,
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
6 Select the line »Scan Typ« with »V« or »Λ«
and set the option »DTV« with »<« or »>«.
7 Select the line »Cable Scan Type« with »V«
or »Λ« and set the option »Quick« or »Full«
with »<« or »>«.
– The search function »Quick« sets the channels according to the information provided
by your cable provide in the transmission
signal.
– If the option »Full« is selected, the entire frequency range will be scanned. The search
can take a long time with this option. This
option is recommended if your cable provider does not support the search type
»Quick«.
Note:
You can accelerate the search. To do this,
you need information about the frequency
and network ID. You are usually able to get
this data from your cable operator or find it
in forums on the Internet. For example, the
frequency 402MHz and network ID 61441
can be entered for Germany.
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Special settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8 Start the scan with »« (red).
– All channel and favourites lists will be
­deleted and compiled anew.
Note:
7 After starting the scan, a security query will
appear. Press »« (green) to confirm the
option »Yes«.
– The »Results« menu appears, and the scan
for TV channels begins. Depending on the
number of television channels received,
this can easily take a few minutes.
– The scan is complete as soon as the »PROGRAM TABLE« appears.
Searching for digital terrestrial
TV channels automatically
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the line »Source« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
Select the option »Air« with »<«, »>«, »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
Caution:
7 The
antenna power supply (line »Active
Antenna Power«) may only be switched on
if the antenna is an active indoor antenna
with a signal amplifier and it is not already
­supplied with a voltage via a mains plug
(or similar supply). Otherwise you may
cause a short circuit and irreparably damage your antenna.
Note:
You can abort the search by pressing
»MENU«.
7 9 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Searching for television channels
from the cable provider manually
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the line »Source« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
Select the option »Cable« with »<«, »>«,
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
4 Select » Digital Manual Tuning« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
5 Enter the four-digit frequency with »1 ... 0«
and press »OK« to confirm.
–The search starts after confirming, the
channels found are displayed in the »Results« menu.
4 Select the »Active Antenna Power« with »V«
or »Λ«. Switch on the antenna power supply
for the antenna with »<« or »>« (»On«).
5 Select the line »Automatic Channel Search«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
6 Select the line »Country« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm. In the country
­selection menu, select the country with »<«,
»>«, »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
7 Select the line »Scan Typ« with »V« or »Λ«
and set the option »DTV« with »<« or »>«.
8 Start the scan with »« (red).
– All channel and favourites lists will be
­deleted and compiled anew.
Note:
After starting the scan, a security query will
appear. Press »« (green) to confirm the
option »Yes«.
7 6 Press »MENU« to finish the setting.
– The »Reults« menu appears, and the scan
for TV channels begins. Depending on the
number of television channels received,
this can easily take a few minutes.
– The scan is complete as soon as the
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Special settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------­»PROGRAM TABLE« appears.
Note:
7 You
can abort the search by pressing
»MENU«.
9 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Searching for digital terrestrial
TV channels manually
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
Tuning analogue television
­channels
This setting is only necessary if you cannot receive any digital channels and you have not carried out an analogue search during initial setup.
The television channels can be set directly or
using the scan.
Switching the television to
­analogue reception
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
Note:
7 Analogue channels can be selected if the
option »Air« or »Cable« has been selected.
3 Select the line »Source« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
Select the option »Air« with »<«, »>«, »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
1 Open the »Select input source« menu with »
«.
Caution:
7 The antenna power supply (line »Active
Antenna Power«) may only be switched on
if the antenna is an active indoor antenna
with a signal amplifier and it is not already
supplied with a voltage via a mains plug
(or similar supply). Otherwise you may
cause a short circuit and irreparably damage your antenna.
4 Select the »Active Antenna Power«« with »V«
or »Λ«. Switch on the antenna power supply
for the antenna with »<« or »>« (»On«).
5 Select » Digital Manual Tuning« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
6 Enter the channel number directly with
»1 ... 0« and press »OK« to confirm.
–After the search is complete, the channels
found are displayed in the »Results« menu.
7 Press »MENU« to finish the setting.
2 Depending on the antenna system, select the
option »Air« or »Cable« with »V«, »Λ«, »<«
or »>« as the input source and press »OK«
to confirm.
Note:
7 Additional
operations are explained in the
following sections.
Setting all analogue television
channels
Analogue channels are displayed in the channel
list after the digital channels.
Note:
7 Plug
the rooftop antenna cable (for analogue
television channels) into the »ANT IN«
socket on the television.
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the line »Source« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm.
Select the option »Air« or »Cable« with »<«,
»>«, »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
4 Select the line »Automatic Channel Search«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
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Special settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SOURECE SETUP
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Tuning the television channels by
entering the channel numbers
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
Source
Cabel
Automativ Channel Search
Digital Manual Tuning
Analogue Manual Tuning
Program Table
Signal Information
CA - Modul
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the line » Analogue Manual Tuning«
with »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The menu appears.
4 Select the line »Program No« by pressing
»V« or »Λ« and use »<« or »>« to save the
INSTALLATION
ANALOGUE MANUAL TUNING
Beenden
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1
Program No
5 Select the line »Country« with »V« or »Λ«
and press »OK« to confirm. In the country
­selection menu, select the country with »<«,
»>«, »V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
6 Select the line »Scan Typ« with »V« or »Λ«
and set the option »ATV« with »<« or »>«.
TSystem
BG
Band
C
Channel
2
Fine Tuning
0
48.25 MHz
7 Start the scan with »« (red).
Note:
After starting the scan, a security query will
appear. Press »« (green) to confirm the
option »Yes«.
– All channel and favourites lists for the analogue channels will be deleted and compiled anew.
– The »Results« menu appears, and the scan
for TV channels begins. Depending on the
number of television channels received,
this can easily take a few minutes.
– The search is complete as soon as the »PROGRAM TABLE« appears.
Auto Previous
Auto Next
Store
7 Note:
You can abort the search by pressing
»MENU«.
7 8 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
preset.
5 Select »Band« by pressing »V« or »Λ« and
use »»<« or »>« to choose between »S«
(special channel) or »C« (normal channel).
6 Select the line »Channel« with »V« or »Λ«
and enter the channel number with »<« or
»>« step by step, or use »1…0« to enter it
directly.
Notes:
The current system is displayed in the
»System« line. If the colour or sound is
not functioning properly, select the line
»System« with »V« or »Λ«. Use »<« or »>«
to select the preferred ­setting.
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Special settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If fine tuning is necessary, select the line
»Fine Tuning« with »V« or »Λ« and use »<«
or »>« to make the setting.
7 7 Press »« (blue) to save the setting.
Note:
If you wish to remedy other television
channels, repeat steps 4 to 8.
7 8 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
Changing stored analogue
­channels
If channels were stored with the automatic channel search while tuning the television channels,
you can delete them. You can also store channels in a different preset, change or enter the
name of a channel as well as skip channels.
Selecting a channel list
Note:
7 Analogue channels can be selected if the
option »Air« or »Cable« has been selected.
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.
3 Select the line »Program Table« with »V« or
»Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– The »PROGRAME TABLE« menu appears.
Note:
7 Additional operations are explained in the
following sections.
Deleting channels
1 In the »PROGRAME TABLE« menu, select the
television channel to be deleted with »V «,
»Λ«, »<« or »>« and press »« (red) to confirm.
2 Press »« (yellow) to confirm the deletion
process.
Note:
7 »
« (blue) allows all television channels
to be deleted.
3 Press »« (green) to confirm the deletion
process.
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Special settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Entering channel names (8 digit
maximum)
1 In the »PROGRAME TABLE« menu, select the
­television channel with »V «, »Λ«, »<« or
»>« and press »« (red) to confirm.
2 Mark the television channel with »«
(green).
3 Select the digits or letters with »Λ« or »V«
and use »<« or »>« for the next position, and
repeat the entry.
4 Save the channel name with »« (green).
Note:
If you wish to enter other channel names,
repeat steps 1 to 4.
7 Skipping television channels
You can highlight television channels to be
skipped when you select with »Λ« or »V«.
­S election is still possible using the number
­buttons.
1 In the »PROGRAME TABLE« menu, switch over
to the list view with »« (yellow).
2 Select the preferred channel with »V«
or »Λ«.
Creating lists of favourites
You can select your favourite channels and
save them in up to four favourites lists (Fav 1 to
Fav 4).
1 In the »PROGRAME TABLE« menu, switch
over to the list view with »« (yellow).
2 Select the preferred channel with »V«
or »Λ«.
3 Use »<« or »>« to ”push“ the channel into
one of the favourites lists 1 to 4 and press
»OK« to confirm.
– The position in the favourites list is marked
with »✔«.
– You can enter the same channel in more
than one favourite list.
– Each favourite list can store up to
255 channels.
Note:
Channels can also be deleted from favourites lists. Select the channel to be deleted
with »V«, »Λ«, »<« or »>« and delete it with
»OK«.
7 Exiting the settings
1 Press »MENU« to end the setting.
3 S
elect the column »Skip« with »<« or »>«
and use »OK« to mark the channel.
– The channel is marked using »✔«.
Note:
Channels can also be reactivated. Select the
channel with »V« or »Λ«, then select the
column »Skip« and reactivate the channel
with »OK«.
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INFORMATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Displaying signal information
(for digital channels only)
1 Open the menu with »MENU«.
2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with »V«
or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
3 Select the line »Signal Information« with
»V« or »Λ« and press »OK« to confirm.
– Information on the channel, network,
modulation, symbol rate, quality and
signal strength is displayed.
Notes:
7 The signal information changes in ac­cord­
ance with the current input source.
7
7
The signal properties are displayed in the
lower section of the menu.­ The further the
bars for »Quality« and »Signal Strenght«
extend to the right, the better the reception
signal.
The signal level not only depends on your
receiver system, but also on the channel
which is currently active. Remember this
when aligning your antenna based upon
the signal level display.
4 Press »MENU« to close the menu.
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INFORMATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GRUNDIG 32 VLC 9140 S
Technical data
Operating voltage:
220–240 V,~, 50–60 Hz
Power consumption:
Operational 83 W
Standby <0,50 W
Energy Efficiency class:
C
Maximum power consumption:
Operational 145 W
Annual power consumption:
121 kWh
Audio output:
2 x 20 W music power output
2 x 10 Sine wave power
Rohs Limits Pb (Lead)/Hg (Mercury)
Pb meets ROHS directive / 56,0 mg
Peak luminance
65 %
Constellation: 16QAM, 64QAM, QPSK
Analogue reception ranges
C02 ... C80, special channels S01 ... S41
Preset channels:
TV/Radio 6000 (Satellite – DVB-S),
1000 (Cable – DVB-C) or
100 (Analogue)
1000 (Terrestrial – DVB-T) or 100 (Analogue)
9 AV, 2 USB
Screen (dm²)
28
Screen size:
80 cm/32 inch
Maximum resolution:
WUXGA, 1920 x 1080
Weight:
approx. 11 kg
Maße:
W H D 78,9 cm 56,4 cm 8,1 cm
Default satellite:
20
LNB power supply
13/18 V, 14/19 V optional, maximum 450 mA
LNB switching signal
0/22 kHz 650mV +/- 250mVpp
DiSEqC
1.0-operation, 1.1-operation, 1.2-operation
Digital reception ranges
Satellite:
Ku band:
10,700 MHz – 12,750 MHz
Modulation: DVBS QPSK, DVBS2 QPSK, 8 PSK
IF band:
950 MHz – 2,150 MHz
Signal level: -25dBm to -65 dBm
Cable:
Overall band: 110 MHz – 862 MHz
Modulation: 16QAM, 32QAM, 64QAM,
128QAM and 256QAM
Symbol rate: 4.0 Msym/s to 7.0 Msym/s
Terrestrial:
V
HF/UHF band, Bandwidth 7 MHz and 8 MHz
COFDM modi: 2k and 8k
­Technical changes and errors reserved.
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INFORMATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Service information for retailers
Only operate the television
with the power ­supply/power
cord provided.
The product complies with the
following EU directives:
2006/95/EC directive on electrical equipment
for use within certain voltage limits.
2004/108/EC directive on electromagnetic
compatibility.
2009/125/EC directive on ecodesign requirements for energy-related products.
Environmental note
This product has been made
from high-quality parts and
materials which can be re-used
and recycled.
Therefore, do not dispose of the product along
with normal household waste at the end of its
service life. Take it to a collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
Dispose of the used device at a collection point
for electrical and electronic equipment. The symbol on the product, in the operating manual or
on the packaging indicates that recycling is possible.
Information on collection points is available from
your local authorities.
Help protect the environment by recycling used
products.
Note:
This is a Class A product. During operation
the device could cause radio interference.
In this case the user may have to remedy
this. Please contact your specialist dealer.
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INFORMATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Troubleshooting
If the information provided below does not help, please consult an authorised GRUNDIG dealer.
Please bear in mind that malfunctions can also be caused by external devices such as video recorders
or satellite receivers.
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
Screen lit (snow), but no ­station
visible
Antenna cable
Is the antenna cable connected?
No TV channel tuned
Start a channel scan
The picture settings are not correct
Adjust the brightness, contrast or ­colour
setting
Problem at station
Try another channel
Picture and/or sound distorted
Interference from other devices
Place the device in a different position
Ghosting, reflection
Channel setting
Automatic or manual tuning/fine tuning
Antenna
Have antenna cable or system checked
No colour
Colour intensity too low
Turn up the colour
Adjust TV standard (if setting option is
available)
Select the correct colour standard
Problem at station
Try a different channel
Picture but no sound
Volume is set to a minimum
Turn up or switch on the volume
Teletext impaired or absent
Problem at station
Try a different channel
Television channel (no teletext) or antenna system
Try with a different TV channel, carry out fine tuning
Station signal too weak
Check antenna
Obstacle between remote control and
device.
Point remote control at television
Battery problem
Check batteries and replace if
­necessary
Operating mode undefined
Switch off the television at the mains
switch for two minutes
Incorrect setting for picture resolution
and picture frequency on the PC
Change settings on the PC (e.g. 1280 x 768 resolution, refresh rate 60 Hz)
Insufficient contrast in picture
The remote control does not work
Picture too dark in PC mode
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