Instruction manual | Bush IDLED2601 Flat Panel Television User Manual

IDLED2601
IDLED3201
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
LED LCD TV
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for buying this Bush product, which is designed to give you many years of
trouble-free service.
You may already be familiar with using a similar unit, but please take time to read
these instructions. They are designed to familiarise you with the unit s m any f eatures
and to ensure you get the very best from your purchase.
Safety is important
Your safety and the safety of others is important. Therefore, please ensure you read
the Safety Instructions before you operate this unit.
Warranty
In the unlikely event that your product fails to work normally, please call the below
Bush warranty number to discuss the problem with one of our qualified service
engineers.
Australia
Bush Warranty: 1800 509 394
New Zealand
Bush Warranty: 0800 450 259
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Contents
INTRODUCTION...............................................................................1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS...............................................................3-4
BASE STAND INSTALLATION .......................................................... 5
WALL MOUNTING INSTALLATION .................................................... 6
INSTALLATION..........................................................................7 -10
REMOTE CONTROL..................................................................11-12
OPERATION..............................................................................13-18
TROUBLESHOOTING.....................................................................19
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS...................................................20-21
WARRANTY....................................................................................22
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Do not use this TV near dripping or splashing water. Do not use any liquids near this TV.
2. Clean witha dry cloth only.
3. Do not block any ventilation openings and install in accordance with the manufacturers
instructions.
4. Do place this TV near any heat radiating sources, such as; heaters, stoves, or other
devices (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
5. Please ensure that the power cord is protected from damage (i.e. being walked on, cut
or split) especially at the inputs.
6. Only use attachments/accessories specified in this manual.
7. Unplug the TV during lightning storms or when the unit will be unused for long periods of
time.
8. Refer all servicing to a qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the TV
has been damaged in any way, such as; if the power-supply cord or plug is damaged, if
liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the TV, if the TV has been exposed to
rain or moisture, if does not operate as per this manual, or if it has been dropped.
9. The TV should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids,
Such as vases, should be placed on the apparatus.
10.If the television is to be built into a cabinet or similar enclosure, a small amount of
distance should be maintained to ensure ventilation. Heat build-up will reduce the
service life of your television, and can also be dangerous.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY NOTES
Never tamper with any components inside the TV, or any other adjustment controls not
mentioned in this manual.
All LED LCD-TVs are high voltage instruments. When you clean the unit or cabinet turn off
the power and use a dry soft cloth.
During thunder and lighting, unplug the power cord and antenna cord to prevent damage to
your TV.
All repairs to this TV should only be performed by qualified TV service personnel.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
Important Safety Instructions
Warning: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover or back as there
are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to a qualified technician.
Warning: To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose the unit to any liquids or
moisture.
Do not expose the TV and power adaptor to water (dripping or splashing) and no objects
filled with any liquids, such as vases, should be placed on or near the unit.
Please ensure that this product is kept away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
Do not block the any of the ventilation openings. Slots and openings on the unit are
provided for ventilation. The openings should never be blocked.
Do not place the product on any unstable surfaces as this may cause the unit to fall and
may cause possible damage or injury.
Never place heavy or sharp objects on the panel or frame.
Only use the AC adapter included with product. Using any other adaptor will void your
warranty.
This symbol indicates that this unit is a Class II double insulated
appliance and therefore an earth connection is not required.
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with other household
wastes. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled
waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material
resources. To dispose of your LED LCD TV contact your retailer where the product was
purchased for tips on safe disposal when the time comes.
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ACCESSORIES
200mm
100mm
INSTALLATION
Front panel
3
1
2
4
30
1:
2:
3:
4:
Remote Control Sensor.
Indicator LCD LED:
BLUE
POWER ON.
RED
STANDBY.
Side buttons (refer to image below)
Main power switch
30
Side Buttons
SOURCE
MENU
CH+
CHVOL+
VOLSTANDBY
1
2
3
4
5.
SOURCE
Press the SOURCE Button to display the Input Source list.
MENU
Press the MENU Button to display the Main Menu.
CH+/CHPress the CH+/CH- Buttons to change the channel.
In the SOURCE Menu, press the CH+/CH- Buttons scroll through the Input Source List.
In the MAIN MENU, press the CH+/CH- Buttons to scroll through the Menu options.
VOL+/VOLPress the Vol+/Vol- Buttons to adjust the Volume level.
Press the Vol+/Vol- Buttons to confirm your selection in the Input Source Menu.
STANDBY
Press this button to turn the unit ON from STANDBY mode.
Press it again to turn the set back to STANDBY.
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INSTALLATION
Rear Sockets
AV
L
R
Pb
Y
Pr
HDMI2
AC-INPUT
100-240V~ 50/60Hz
Outlined below is the Rear Sockets provided AC POWER INPUT, AV Input, R/L Audio Input, YPbPr Input and HDMI2 Input.
Note: 1. The AV Input and YPbPr Input share one audio channel.
2. When the HDMI2 Input receives a DVI signal, the audio signal is received
from the R/L audio input.
Side Sockets
AV OUTPUT
HDMI1
USB
PC AUDIO
AV
L
R
VGA
RF
Outlined below is the Side Sockets provided HDMI1 Input, USB Input, PC Audio Input, AV Output, VGA Input and RF Input.
Note: When the VGA Input receives a DVI signal ,the audio signal is received from the
PC Audio Channel.
ANTENNA
Note:
Aerial Connections: IEC(female).
Input Impendance: 75 unbalanced.
PC
AV OUTPUT
STEPS:
USB
HDMI1
Ensure the TV and your computer are both set
to power off before your connect.
1.Connect the VGA Input & PC Audio Input as
above.
2.Connect power supply again to your TV set.
3.Turn on the TV and then press the SOURCE
Buttons to select PC mode.
4.Then turn the PC power on.
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PC AUDIO
AV
L
R
VGA
RF
INSTALLATION
AV
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
HDMI2
AC-INPUT
100-240V~ 50/60Hz
PC
PRESET MODE
RESOLUTION
V.Freq.(Hz)
H.Freq.(KHz)
1
720*400
70
31.47
2
640*480
60
31.47
3
800*600
56
35.156
4
800*600
60
37.88
5
800*600
72
48.08
6
1024*768
60
48.36
7
1024*768
70
56.48
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INSTALLATION
AV EQUIPMENT
Please follow one of the below instructions when connecting your TV to other devices.
AV OUTPUT
USB
HDMI1
AV
PC AUDIO
L
R
W
R
VGA
RF
VIDEO EQUIPMIENT
TO VIDEO
INPUTS
W
R
TO AUDIO INPUTS
HDMI
VIDEO EQUIPMENT with YPbPr
G
B
R
W
R
Y Yellow (video)
W White(audio L)
R Red(audio R or Pr)
B Blue(Pb)
G Green(Y)
AV
L
G
R
W
R
Y
B
Pb
R
Pr
HDMI2
AC-INPUT
100-240V~ 50/60Hz
W
R
VIDEO EQUIPMIENT
W
R
TO VIDEO
OUTPUTS
HDMI
TO AUDIO OUTPUTS
YPbPr Connection can support these video formats: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i and
1080P.
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REMOTE CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
MUTE
POWER
1
13
AUDIO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
14
2
RECALL
TV MENU
15
0
SOURCE
16
3
17
OK
4
18
5
CH . LIST
SOUND
EXIT
19
+
20
PIC
CH
+
6
VOL
_
7
_
SLEEP
ASPECT
21
8
FREEZE
TV/RADIO
TEXT
EPG
FAV
INFO
9
22
23
10
24
11
12
REVEAL
HOLD
LIST
INDEX
SUBPAGE
SIZE
MIX
SUBTITLE
25
30
31
26
REC/REP
27
32
28
33
29
1:POWER:Press to turn the unit on or off.
2:NUMERIC KEY:Press for direct access to channels.
3:TV MENU:Press to display TV Main Menu.
4:CURSOR:Press to scroll through the Menu.
5:CH.LIST:Press to display the channel list.
6:VOL+/- :Press to adjust the sound level.
7:PIC:Press to switch between picture modes.
8:SLEEP:Press to set Sleep Timer.
9:FREEZE :Press to freeze the picture you are
watching.
10:EPG:Press to display the 7 Day Electronic
Program Guide for information on the show you are
watching.
11: FAV:Press to access your favourite channels list
in TV or DTV mode
12:TELETEXT KEYS:Refer to page 12.
13:MUTE:Press to disable or enable the sound output.
14: AUDIO:Press to change the available audio
/language for the program you are watching.
15: RECALL:Press to return to the previously viewed
channel.
16: SOURCE:Press to display the Input Source List.
17: OK:Press to confirm Menu selections.
18: EXIT:To exit the main menu, press the Exit Button
or to cancel setting selections.
19: SOUND:Press to switch between the sound modes.
20: CH+/CH-:Press to scroll through your Channel List.
21: ASPECT:Press to change the picture aspect ratio.
22:TV/RADIO:Press to switch between TV and Radio
modes.
23: TEXT:Press to enter or exit TELETEXT mode.
24: INFO:To display the program information of the
show you are watching, press the Info Button.
25: SUBTITLE:To turn on Subtitles press the Subtitle
Button in DTV mode.
26: SKIP FORWARD:Press to skip the next file or
track in USB Mode.
27: SKIP BACKWARD:Press to skip the previous
file or Track in USB Mode
28: REC/REP:Press to record the TV program you
are watching in DTV Mode or press to repeat play
in USB Mode.
29: STOP:Press to Stop play in USB Mode.
30: REWIND:Press to rewind play in USB Mode
and Timeshift Mode.
31: FAST FORWARD:Press to Fast Forward play
in USB mode or Timeshift Mode.
32:PLAY:Press the Play Button in USB Mode or
Time Shift Mode to begin or continue Playback.
33: PAUSE:Press the Pause Button to pause play
in Time Shift or USB Mode or pause recording in
Record Mode.
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REMOTE CONTROL
TELETEXT
Teletext is an information system broadcasted by certain channels which will provide
detailed program information. It also offers access to subtitles for viewers with hearing
problems or who are not familiar with the transmission language(cable networks,
satellite channels, etc.)
Press:
TEXT
You will obtain:
This is used to access and/or exit the Teletext mode.A summary will
appear with a list of items that can be accessed. Each item has a 3 digit
page number. If the channel selected does not broadcast teletext, 100
will be displayed and the screen will remain blank (in this case, exit
teletext and select another channel).
To view a specific page enter the page number required by using the
SELECTING A PAGE Numeric Buttons. The number will be displayed on the top left. The
page counter will turn until the page is displayed. Repeat this operation
to view another page. If the counter continues to search, this means
that the page is not transmitted.
DIRECT ACCESS
TO THE ITEMS
INDEX
SUB PAGE
HOLD
REVEAL
LIST
The coloured buttons correspond to the colour options at the bottom of
the screen. The four coloured keys are used to access the items or
corresponding pages. The coloured areas flash when the item or the
page is not yet available.
This button will open/return you to the contents page.
Certain pages contain sub-pages which are automatically displayed.
This key is used to stop or resume sub-page acquisitionThe indication
appears top left.
To freeze the page.
To display or hide the concealed information.
The user can set four favourite pages to be directly linked to the four
color keys. While list mode is activated, it is not possibility to use TOP
or FLOF navigation with the colour keys. The favourite page numbers
should be stored and restored to/from nonvolatile memory for each
channel by the system software.
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OPERATION
Installation Guide
Please select an OSD Language
Cesky
English
Dansk
Espanol
Fran ais Magyar
Hrvatski Nederlands Portugues
Deutsch
E
Italiano
~
k
Polski
Norsk
Pycck
OK
Country
Australia
Bulgaria
Denmark
Germany
Austria
Croatia
Finland
Greece
Italy
Luxembourg
Belgium
Czech
France
Hungary
Netherlands
OK
This will appear during the first time installation and when you reset the TV. You can choose any of the above
languages or countries.
The TV will then automatically scan for all available stations and store the in the station list.
1.CHANNEL MENU
Press the TV MENU Button to display the Channel Menu.
Auto Tuning
<
DTV Manual Tuning
ATV Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
Signal Information
CHANNEL
>
Software Update(USB)
1)Auto Tuning:
An Auto Scan will search for all available ATV and DTV Stations and store them in the station list.
Tune Type
DTV+ATV
Bulgaria
Australia
Denmark
Austria
Croatia
Finland
Belgium
Czech
France
MENU
To conduct an Auto Scan, press the arrow buttons to select the Auto Scan Setting and press OK to
confirm. To stop scanning at anytime, press the Menu or Exit Button.
Channel Tuning
TV : 0 Programme(s)
DTV : 0 Programme(s)
Radio : 0 Programme(s)
96%
UHF CH 68 DTV
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OPERATION
2)DTV Manual Tuning - Select the DTV Manual Tune option in the Channel Menu, to conduct a Manual
scan. Use the
Buttons manually scan through the DTV Manual Tune channels, then press OK to search.
DTV Manual Tuning
_
VHF CH
5
+
Press OK to search
Bad
Good
Nomal
3)ATV Manual Tuning - Select the ATV Manual Tune option in the Channel Menu and follow the above
steps.
ATV Manual Tuning
_
Storage To 1
+
System BG
Current CH 1
Search
Fine-Tune
Frequency 255.25 MHz
Save
MENU
NOTE:
Press the Red Teletext Button to save and store the channel you have manual scanned.
4). Program Edit:
Prorgram Edit
1--
DTV
2--
ATV
Delete
Rename
Move
Skip
Favourite
OK
MENU
Delete
Press the Red Teletext Button to delete a program or channel in the channel list.
Rename:
This feature is only available for ATV programs. Use the
to the select the channel/ program you
wish to rename. Then press the Green Teletext Button to Rename. Use the
Buttons to select the
character to rename and then press OK to confirm. Press the MENU Button or EXIT Button to exit this
option.
Note: ATV programs can only be 5 characters.
Use the Arrow Buttons to select the channel you wish to move. Then press the Yellow Button to select
Move function. Once active use the Arrow Buttons to move and then press OK to confirm.
Use the
Buttons to highlight the channel/program you wish to set to Skip. Then press the Blue
Teletext Button and the Skip icon will be displayed next to the program and it will be skipped in the
program list. Press the Blue Button again to cancel the skip setting.
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OPERATION
Favourite
Use the
Buttons to select the program you wish to set to your favourites list and press the FAV
Button to set. The favourite Icon will then be displayed next to the program. Press the FAV Button again
to cancel setting.
2. PICTURE MENU
To enter the Picture mode, press the MENU button and then press or buttons to select the Picture Menu.
Once in the Picture mode, press the or buttons to select the picture settings you wish to adjust. To return
to the Main Menu, press the MENU Button.
Picture Mode Standard
Color Temperature
Aspect Ratio
<
PICTURE
Picture Mode
Standard
Noise Reduction
Screen
>
Color Temperature
Contrast 82
Red 40
Brightness 50
Green 31
Color 50
Blue 50
Medium
Sharpness 50
Tint 50
MENU
MENU
NOTE:
1) You can change the screen position in PC Mode only. You can adjust to horizontal, vertical, size and phase.
3.SOUND MENU
To enter the Sound Menu, press MENU button and then press or buttons to select the SOUND Menu.
Once in the Sound Mode, press or buttons to select the settings you wish to adjust. Press MENU
button to return to the Main Menu.
Sound Mode Standard
Balance
Auto Volume
<
>
SOUND
Note:
Auto Volume is only available when the input signal volume is too large or distorted.
4.TIME MENU
To enter the Time Menu, press MENU button & then press
<
TIME
Clock -- -- -Off Time
On Time
Sleep Timer
Auto Sleep
Time Zone
or
buttons to select the Time Menu.
--
>
NOTE:
When you set the Auto Sleep option to ON, your TV will automatically enter into Standby Mode, when there
has been no signal for 15 minutes.
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OPERATION
5.OPTION MENU
To enter the Option Menu, press MENU button and the press or buttons to select the Option Menu.
Once in Option Menu, press or buttons to select the settings you wish to adjust. Press MENU button
to return to the Main Menu.
< OPTION
OSD Language English
Audio Languages
Subtitle Languages
Country Australia
PVR File System
Restore Factory Default
>
In PVR File System Menu you will be asked to format your USB Disk or Hard Disc for PVR Operation.
Select Disk
C:
Check PVR File System Start
USB Disk
Format
Time Shift Size
Speed
Free Record Limit 6 Hr.
Select Disc
To view and select the USB file or the allocated space on your Hard Disc that you would like to record to,
press OK button to enter the Select Disc Sub- Menu and then press or buttons on your remote control
to select the particular partition/file for recording.
Press the Menu Button to return to the Main Menu.
Check PVR File System
Press the OK Button to start checking the file system of your USB storage or Hard Disk. Once Success
is shown after checking, you will then be able to begin recording or or use Time Shift function. If FAIL is
shown after checking, you then need to format your USB or Hard Disc and to be able to record or use
Time Shift.
Format
When you format your USB or Hard Disc partition any saved data will be lost. Please ensure
that you start with a blank partition on your Hard Disc to ensure you don't lose any data.
File System Size
PVR File System Type
FAT32
PVR File System Size
All
SD 13 Mins
HD 3 Mins
MENU
PVR File System Type
There are two types of format s: FAT32 and Hi Speed Format. You can press or buttons to choose
the type of formatting. If FAT32 is selected, you will have to format whole size of your USB or the
allocated partition for recording. If Hi Speed Format is selected, you will then be able to press or
buttons to select the size you wish to use (for example 1G, 10G, 20G... or All). Once a particular size is
booked for recording, you will be able to use the remaining space of your USB or Hard Disc for other data
storage.
Please note no matter which size is booked for recording, all the data in the allocated partition of the
Hard Disc will be lost after formatting.
Speed
This will show the supported speed of recording.
Record Limit
This will show the approximate time you will be able to record on to your USB or Hard Disc.
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OPERATION
FACTORY RESET NOTE:
If you wish to reset your TV, please select the Restore Factory Default option, this will clear all settings.
6.LOCK MENU
To enter the LOCK Menu, press MENU button and then press or buttons to select the LOCK Menu.
The default password is 6666.
Please set a new password to so it is easy to remember. Follow the on screen steps to set.
Lock System
Set Password
Block Program
<
Parental Guidance Off >
LOCK
7. APPLICATIONS MENU
To enter the Applications Menu, press MENU button and then press
or buttons to select the
Applications Menu. This is where you will be able to view and play your USB files.
DMP
< APPLICATIONS
>
Press the OK button to enter the DMP Menu.
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
The supported formats are as below:
Photo: JPEG, BMP, PNG
Music: MP3
Movie: AVI, MP4, MKV
Text: TXT
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TEXT
OPERATION
Sample1.ts
Resolution: 720x576
AudioTrack:
1/2
Subtitle:
1/1
Size:
½
30574 KBytes
Close
8.EPG Menu(Electronic Program Guide).
The EPG Menu is used to look at what is being broadcasted in DTV or Radio modes. Press the EPG
Button to access the EPG Menu. You will receive detailed program information of the channel you
are currently watching as well as the 7 Day Program guide.
PROGRAMME GUIDE
TIME
28 Apr 04:39
800 SZTVM01
No Information
801 SZTVM02
No Information
802 SZTVM03
No Information
803 SZTVM04
No Information
804 Date
No Information
Record
INFO
Schedule
Remind
OK
INDEX
INFO
1.
Use
to select a program and then press the Green Button or INFO key to display the highlighted
program's information.
Schedule
2.
Press the Yellow Button to view the scheduled programs you have booked for watching or recording.
You can also press the Red button to delete the program from your scheduled programs list.
Schedule List
Time
Date
04:55 28th Apr
Programme Title
Delete
Channel Name
3.
Record
By pressing the Red Button you can book the program you would like to record. Please ensure a supported
USB or Hard Disc is connected with TV to ensure program will be recorded successfully.
Remind
4.
Press the Blue Button to book a program for future viewing and add to the schedule list.
_
Reminder setting
802 SZTVM03
+
08 Minute
05 Hour
Apr Month
28 Date
Once Mode
OK
BACK
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Potential Issues
Picture
Inspection Check
Audio
Snow
Noise
Check the Antenna Position
and that it is connected
Ghost
Normal audio
Check Antenna Position and
that it is connected correctly
Interference
Noise
Check for electrical
interference
Normal Picture
Mute
Check if mute function is on.
Check AV cables are
connected.
No picture
Mute
Check is connected and on
Check Cable connections
Adjust Contrast, Brightness
and Volume Settings
No colour
Normal audio
Check TV Colour Settings
Picture
Breaking Up
Normal Audio
or Weak
Conduct a Channel Rescan
Irregular
No Colour
Irregular
Mosaic
No Display
Normal audio
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Check AV/Video settings
Check Antenna connection
Check Video Cables
connected firmly.
INTRODUCTION
Model: IDLED2601
LCD :
Screen size
26 inch
Resolution
1920x1080
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Display colours
16.7M
Brightness
250 CD/M2
Contrast ratio
800:1
Response time
8 ms
View angle
160(H)/150(V)
TV:
TV system
DVB-T decode
DVB-T de-modulation
Digital TV: DVB-T
Analog TV: PAL/SECAM
Audio: MPEG2 Audio Layer I&II
Video: MPEG2 Transport MP@HL
Demodulator : COFDM
OFDM Mod.: 2K, 8K FFT, SFN and MFN
Packed Carries: 2K/8K
Guard Interval: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32
Terminals:
HDMI Input
VGA Input
PC audio input
x2
x1
x1
AV input
x1
USB Input
x1
YPbPr input
x1
AV Output
x1
Others:
Input Power Voltage
100V-240V~ 50/60Hz
Power consumption
55W
Audio Output Power (THD 7%)
2x3W
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INTRODUCTION
Model: IDLED3201
LCD :
Screen size
31.5 inch
Resolution
1920x1080
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Display colours
16.7M
Brightness
450 CD/M2
Contrast ratio
1000:1
Response time
8 ms
View angle
176(H)/176(V)
TV:
TV system
DVB-T decode
DVB-T de-modulation
Digital TV: DVB-T
Analog TV: PAL/SECAM
Audio: MPEG2 Audio Layer I&II
Video: MPEG2 Transport MP@HL
Demodulator : COFDM
OFDM Mod.: 2K, 8K FFT, SFN and MFN
Packed Carries: 2K/8K
Guard Interval: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32
Terminals:
HDMI Input
VGA Input
PC audio input
x2
x1
x1
AV input
x1
USB Input
x1
YPbPr input
x1
AV Output
x1
Others:
Input Power Voltage
100V-240V~ 50/60Hz
Power consumption
90W
Audio Output Power (THD 7%)
2x8W
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WARRANTY
Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase. This product is warranted for any
defect in materials or workmanship This product is warranted for any defects in the
materials or workmanship for a period of 12 months after the original date of purchase.
after the original date of purchase. This product is for normal domestic and office use
only. This warranty does not cover damage from misuse or neglect, accidental
damage, vermin infestation, excessive voltages such us lightning or power surges or
any alternation that affects the performance or reliability of the product.
In the unlikely event that your product fails to work normally, please contact the Bush
Warranty on 1800 509 394 (Australia) or 0800 450 259 (New Zealand) and have your
receipt of purchase on hand.
This warranty is subject to the following provisions:
It is only valid within boundaries of the country of purchase;
The product must be correctly assembled and operated in accordance with the
instructions contained in the manual;
This product must be used solely for domestic purposes;
The warranty does not cover accidental damage;
The warranty will be rendered invalid if the product is resold or has been damaged
by inexpert repair;
The manufacturer disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damaged.
This warranty is in addition to, and does not diminish, your statutory or legal rights.
PO BOX 6287
Silverwater NSW 1811
www.bushaustralia.com.au
Bush Warranty: 1800 509 394 Australia
Bush Warranty: 0800 450 259 New Zealand
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