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How to move the TV
When moving the TV, make sure that it is held by two people as shown in the illustration. Be careful
not to trap your hands when putting the TV down.
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Thank you for buying this JVC colour television.
To make sure you understand how to use your new TV, please read this manual thoroughly before you
begin.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
• Operate only from the power source specified (AC 220 – 240 V, 50 Hz) on the unit.
• Avoid damaging the AC plug and power cord.
• When you are not using this unit for a long period of time, it is recommended that you disconnect
the power cord from the mains outlet.
Distance recommendations
Avoid improper installation and never position the unit
where good ventilation is impossible.
When installing this TV, distance recommendations
must be maintained between the set and the wall, as well
as inside a tightly enclosed area or piece of furniture.
Keep to the minimum distance guidelines shown for safe
operation.
Failure to take the following precautions may result in damage to the TV or
remote control.
DO NOT block the TV’s ventilation openings or holes.
(If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be
able to get out.)
DO NOT place anything on top of the TV.
(such as cosmetics or medicines, flower vases, potted plants, cups, etc.)
DO NOT allow objects or liquid into the cabinet openings.
(If water or liquid is allowed to enter this equipment, fire or electric shock may be caused.)
DO NOT place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on the TV.
The surface of the TV screen is easily damaged. Be very careful with it when handling the TV.
Should the TV screen become soiled, wipe it with a soft dry cloth. Never rub it hard.
Never use any cleaner or detergent on it.
In the event of a fault, unplug the unit and call a service technician. Do not attempt to repair it
yourself or remove the rear cover.
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CONTENTS
PICTURE menu ...................................... 21
Connecting the aerial and VCR ................. 4
Connecting the power cord to the AC
outlet....................................................... 5
Putting the batteries into the Remote
control..................................................... 5
Initial settings ............................................. 5
T-V LINK FUNCTIONS .............................. 9
PICTURE MODE...................................... 21
CONTRAST ............................................. 21
BRIGHT.................................................... 21
SHARP..................................................... 21
COLOUR.................................................. 21
HUE.......................................................... 21
COLOUR TEMP....................................... 21
FEATURES .............................................. 22
TV buttons and functions......................11
Turn the Main power on ........................... 11
Turn the TV on from standby mode ......... 11
Choose a TV channel .............................. 11
Adjust the volume .................................... 11
Remote control buttons and
functions..............................................12
Turn the TV on or off from standby mode ... 12
Choose a TV channel .............................. 12
Watch images from external devices ....... 13
Adjust the volume .................................... 14
Displaying the current time ...................... 14
ZOOM function......................................... 15
HYPER SOUND function ......................... 16
Return to TV channel instantly................. 16
Operating a JVC brand VCR or DVD
player.................................................... 16
Teletext function ....................................17
Basic operation ........................................ 17
Using the List Mode ................................. 17
Hold.......................................................... 18
Sub-page ................................................. 18
Reveal...................................................... 18
Size .......................................................... 18
Index ........................................................ 18
Cancel...................................................... 19
SOUND menu ......................................... 24
STEREO / I • II ......................................... 24
BASS........................................................ 24
TREBLE ................................................... 24
BALANCE ................................................ 24
HYPER SOUND....................................... 24
ENGLISH
Setting up your TV ...................................4
FEATURES menu................................... 25
SLEEP TIMER ......................................... 25
CHILD LOCK............................................ 25
BLUE BACK ............................................. 27
SET UP menu ......................................... 28
AUTO PROGRAM.................................... 28
EDIT/MANUAL ......................................... 28
LANGUAGE ............................................. 32
PICTURE TILT ......................................... 32
DECODER (EXT-2).................................. 33
EXT SETTING.......................................... 34
Additional preparation .......................... 37
Connecting the external devices .............. 37
CH/CC numbers ..................................... 39
Troubleshooting .................................... 41
Specifications ........................................ 44
Using the TV’s menu..............................20
Basic operation ........................................ 20
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Setting up your TV
Caution
• Turn off all the equipment including the TV before connecting anything.
Connecting the aerial and VCR
• The connecting cables are not provided.
• For further details, refer to the manuals provided with the devices to be connected.
„ If connecting a VCR, follow A →
B → C.
Aerial
„ If not connecting a VCR, follow 1.
Back of the TV
To operate T-V LINK functions, a T-V
LINK compatible VCR must be connected to
the EXT-2 terminal on the TV. For details
about T-V LINK functions, see “T-V LINK
FUNCTIONS” on page 9.
75-ohm
Coaxial
Cable
EXT-1
L
R
• A video can be viewed from the VCR
without performing C. For details, refer
to your VCR instruction manual.
• To connect additional external devices,
please see “Additional preparation” on
page 37.
• To connect speakers and amplifier, please
see “Connecting Speakers/Amplifier” on
page 38.
• When a decoder is connected to a T-V
LINK compatible VCR, set the
DECODER (EXT-2) function to ON. For
details, see “DECODER (EXT-2)” on
page 33. Otherwise, you will not be able
to view scrambled channels.
EXT-2
S
21-pin
SCART
Cable
EXT-3
AUDIO OUT
S
75-ohm
Coaxial
Cable
To Aerial
Input
VCR
AV IN/OUT
Terminal
To Aerial
Output
„ Rear Panel
1
2
3
4
5
EXT-1
L
R
EXT-2
S
4
EXT-3
S
AUDIO OUT
Aerial socket (4)
EXT-1 terminal (4, 34, 37)
EXT-2 terminal (4, 9, 34, 37)
EXT-3 terminal (34, 37)
AUDIO OUT terminal (38)
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Setting up your TV
Connecting the power cord to
the AC outlet
Caution
When the TV is first turned on, it enters the
initial setting mode, and the JVC logo is
displayed. Follow the instructions on the onscreen display to make the initial settings.
0
TV
Putting the batteries into the
Remote control
Use two AA/R6 dry cell batteries.
Insert the batteries from the - end, making
sure the + and - polarities are correct.
MENU
OK
P
1 Press the Main power button on the
TV
The Power lamp lights, and the JVC logo
is displayed.
Main power
button
• Follow the warnings printed on the
batteries.
• Battery life is about six months to one
year, depending on your frequency of use.
• The batteries we supply are only for
setting up and testing your TV, please
replace them as soon as necessary.
• If the remote control does not work
properly, replace the batteries.
P
Blue button
AV
ENGLISH
• Operate only from the power source
specified (AC 220 – 240 V, 50 Hz) on the
unit.
Initial settings
Power lamp
• The JVC logo does not appear when
your TV has been turned on once. In
this case, use the “LANGUAGE” and
“AUTO PROGRAM” functions to
make the initial settings. For details,
see “SET UP menu” on page 28.
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Setting up your TV
2 Press the a button
The LANGUAGE menu appears.
LANGUAGE
TV
OK
D0002(E) -EN
AUTO PROGRAM
3 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose ENGLISH. Then press the
a button
English is set for the on-screen display
description. The COUNTRY menu
appears as a sub-menu of the AUTO
PROGRAM function.
There are two COUNTRY menus.
Pressing the yellow button changes the
COUNTRY menu as follows:
COUNTRY
TV
OK
START
MORE
COUNTRY
TV
5 Press the blue button to start the
AUTO PROGRAM function
The AUTO PROGRAM menu appears
and received TV channels are
automatically registered in the
Programme numbers (PR).
• To cancel the AUTO PROGRAM
function:
Press the b button.
OK
CH 24
10%
TV
OK
D0004 -EN
After the TV channels have been
registered in the Programme
numbers (PR), the EDIT menu
appears
• You can proceed to edit the
Programme numbers (PR) using the
EDIT/MANUAL function. For details,
see “EDIT/MANUAL” on page 28.
• If you do not need to use the EDIT/
MANUAL function, go to the next
step.
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
START
MORE
ID
BBC1
D0003 -EN
TV
4 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose the country where you are
now located
6
D0038 -EN
OK
MOVE
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
ID
INSERT
MANUAL
DELETE
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Setting up your TV
6 Press the a button to display the
T-V LINK menu
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
RECORDING DEVICE
OK
7 If you do not have a T-V LINK
compatible VCR connected:
Press the b button to exit the T-V LINK
menu.
The T-V LINK menu disappears.
If you have a T-V LINK compatible
VCR connected to the EXT-2
terminal:
Follow the operating procedure
“Downloading the data to VCR” on
page 8 to transmit the Programme number
(PR) data.
Now, the initial settings are complete,
and you can watch the TV
• When your TV can detect the TV channel
name from the TV channel broadcast
signal, it automatically registers the TV
channel name (ID) to the Programme
number (PR) in which the TV channel has
been registered.
• If a TV channel you want to view is not
set to a Programme number (PR),
manually set it using the MANUAL
function. For details, see “EDIT/
MANUAL” on page 28.
• The TV channel is not registered in
Programme number PR 0 (AV). When
you want to register a TV channel to PR 0
(AV), manually set it using the
MANUAL function. For details, see
“EDIT/MANUAL” on page 28.
This TV has an ACI function which decodes
the ACI (automatic Channel Installation)
data.
Using the ACI function allows all TV
channels transmitted from the cable TV
station to be properly registered quickly
according to the data from the cable TV
station.
Caution
• If your cable TV station broadcasts ACI
data and if “ACI START/ACI SKIP”
appears in the AUTO PROGRAM menu,
the ACI function is enabled. In all other
cases, it is disabled.
ENGLISH
EXIT
D0005-EN
„ ACI function
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose
ACI START. Then press the a
button to start the ACI function
When you don’t want to use the ACI
function:
Press the 6 buttons to choose ACI
SKIP and then press the a button.
If the AUTO PROGRAM menu
changes to another menu:
Depending on your cable TV station,
there may be a broadcast selection menu
set up by the cable TV station.
Follow the menu indications and use the
5 and 6 buttons to operate the
menu. After you have made the setting,
press the a button.
If “ACI ERROR” is displayed in the
AUTO PROGRAM menu:
“ACI ERROR” denotes that the ACI
function is not working properly. Press
the a button to start the ACI function
again.
If “ACI ERROR” still appears even after
you have tried to start the ACI function
several times, press the 3 button to start
the AUTO PROGRAM function. It does
not cause any problem because all the TV
channels are registered to the Programme
numbers (PR) by the AUTO PROGRAM
function.
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Setting up your TV
2 When the settings are completed,
the EDIT menu is displayed. Return
to the instructions that you were
reading before, and continue the
operation
When the “Initial settings” has
been made:
Return to step 6 of “Initial settings” on
page 5.
When the “AUTO PROGRAM” has
been made:
Return to step 6 of “Initial settings” on
page 5.
• If you have any questions about the
items in the Broadcast Selection menu
or how to operate the menu, please
contact your cable TV station.
• When the cable TV broadcast
reception is poor, the ACI function
will not work properly.
• If there is an error in the ACI data
itself, the TV channel cannot be
registered properly. If this happens,
turn the ACI function off (ACI SKIP)
and use the AUTO PROGRAM
function. Alternatively, use the EDIT/
MANUAL function to correct the
Programme number (PR) setting.
„ Downloading the data to VCR
You can transmit to the latest Programme
numbers (PR) data to the VCR with the T-V
LINK function.
Caution
• Only when the T-V LINK compatible
VCR is connected to the EXT-2
terminal, this operation is enabled.
• Only when the T-V LINK menu is being
displayed, this operation is enabled.
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
OK
EXIT
D0005-EN
8
RECORDING DEVICE
1 Turn on the VCR
2 Press the a button
The data transmission begins.
DOWNLOAD TV
RECORDING DEVICE
TRANSFER. . . . .
D0037-EN
The T-V LINK menu disappears once the
data transmission ends.
When the T-V LINK menu is
changed over to another menu:
The menu operation at the TV side is
completed and it is shifted to the menu
operation at the VCR side. Refer to the
VCR Instruction Manual and operate the
VCR.
If “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE”
appears at the T-V LINK menu, ensure
the following three items are correct; then
press the a button to retry data
transmission.
• Has the T-V LINK compatible VCR
been connected to the EXT-2
terminal?
• Has the VCR power been turned on?
• Does the SCART cable that is
connected to the EXT-2 terminal to TV LINK compatible VCR have all
proper connections?
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Setting up your TV
T-V LINK FUNCTIONS
When a T-V LINK compatible VCR is
connected to the EXT-2 Terminal on the TV,
it is easier to set up the VCR and to view
videos. T-V LINK uses the following
features:
A “T-V LINK compatible VCR” means a
JVC VCR with the T-V LINK logo or a VCR
with one of the following logos. However,
these VCRs may support some or all of the
features described below. For details, refer to
your VCR instruction manual.
“Q-LINK” (a trademark of Panasonic
Corporation)
“Data Logic” (a trademark of Metz
Corporation)
“Easy Link” (a trademark of Phillips
Corporation)
“Megalogic” (a trademark of Grundig
Corporation)
“SMARTLINK” (a trademark of Sony
Corporation)
„ Pre-set Download
Download the registered data on the TV
channels from the TV to the VCR.
The Preset Download function automatically
begins when the initial setting is complete or
whenever the AUTO PROGRAM or EDIT/
MANUAL operations are performed.
• This function can be operated via VCR
operation.
ENGLISH
To use T-V LINK functions:
A T-V LINK compatible VCR is necessary.
The VCR must be connected to the EXT-2
terminal on the TV by a fully wired SCART
cable.
When “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE” is
displayed:
If “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE” is
displayed, the download was not performed
correctly. Before trying to download again,
ensure the following:
• The VCR power is turned on.
• The VCR is T-V LINK compatible.
• The VCR is connected to the EXT-2
terminal.
• The SCART cable is fully wired.
„ Direct Rec
“What You See Is What You Record”
You can record to VCR the images that you
are currently viewing on TV by a simple
operation. For details, read the manual for
your VCR. Operate via the VCR. “VCR IS
RECORDING” is displayed.
In the following conditions, the VCR
will stop recording if the TV is turned
off, if the TV channel or input is
switched, or if the menu is displayed
on the TV:
• When recording images from an external
device connected to the TV.
• When recording a TV channel after it has
been unscrambled on a decoder.
• When recording a TV channel by using
the TV’s output because that TV channel
cannot be properly received on the VCR’s
tuner.
• When the VCR is not ready (for example,
when there is no tape inserted), “NO
RECORDING” is displayed.
• Operation via the TV is not possible.
• Generally, the VCR cannot record a TV
channel that cannot be received properly
by the VCR’s tuner, even though you can
view that TV channel on the TV.
However, some VCRs can record a TV
channel by using the TV’s output if that
channel can be viewed on the TV, even
though the TV channel cannot be received
properly by the VCR’s tuner. For details,
refer to your VCR instruction manual.
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Setting up your TV
„ TV Auto Power On/VCR Image
View
When the VCR starts playing, the TV
automatically turns on and the images from
EXT-2 terminal are displayed on the screen.
When the VCR menu is operated, the TV
automatically turns on and the images from
EXT-2 terminal are displayed on the screen.
• This function does not operate if your
TV’s main power is turned off. Set your
TV’s main power to on (standby mode).
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TV buttons and functions
Turn the Main power on
Press the Main power button on the
TV.
The Power lamp lights red and your TV is in
the standby mode.
Caution
ENGLISH
To turn the Main power off:
Press the Main power button again.
The Power lamp goes off.
• The main power button on the TV does
not fully isolate the TV from the AC
supply. If you are not going to use this TV
for a long period of time, be sure to
disconnect the AC plug from the AC
socket.
Turn the TV on from standby
mode
Press the P p buttons to turn the TV
on from standby mode
When the TV is turned on, the power lamp
dims slightly.
S
R
L/MONO
EXT-4
P
Choose a TV channel
S
R
L/MONO
EXT-4
P
Press the P p buttons to choose a
programme number (PR) or an EXT
terminal
Adjust the volume
1 Press the r (Volume) button
The volume level indicator appears.
Refer to the pages in parentheses for details.
1 Main power button (5, 11)
2 Power lamp (5, 11)
3 Remote control sensor
4 r (Volume) button (11)
5 P p buttons/ q buttons (11)
6 Headphone jack (mini jack) (37)
7 EXT-4 terminal (34, 37)
2 Press the q buttons while the
volume level indicator is displayed
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Remote control buttons and functions
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
P
TV
AV
MENU
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
=
~
Muting button
Number buttons
c button
i (hyper sound) button
Information button
b button
5 buttons
# (standby) button
Colour buttons
a button
6 buttons
VCR/DVD/Teletext control button
VCR P DVD switch g (text) button
Turn the TV on or off from
standby mode
OK
P
F.T/L
Press the # (standby) button to turn
the TV on or off.
When the TV is turned on, the power lamp
dims slightly.
• The power can be turned on by pressing
the b button, 6 buttons or Number
buttons.
Choose a TV channel
TV
„ Use the number buttons:
Enter the programme number (PR)
of the channel using the number
buttons.
Example:
• PR 6 → press 6
• PR 12 → press 1 and 2
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Remote control buttons and functions
„ Use the 6 buttons:
Press the 6 buttons to choose
the programme number (PR) you
want.
„ Use the PR LIST:
PR LIST
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
„ Use the o button:
Press the o button to choose
an EXT terminal.
TV mode
Programme
numbers
PR 1 – PR 99
EXT modes
EXT-1
EXT-2
EXT-4
EXT-3
ENGLISH
1 Press the h (Information) button to
display the PR LIST
Pressing the h (Information) button
changes the display as follows:
Watch images from external
devices
ID
BBC1
12 : 00
No indication
OK
D0011-EN
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose a Programme number (PR).
Then press the a button
• For Programme numbers (PR) with the
CHILD LOCK function set, the n
(CHILD LOCK) mark is displayed
next to the Programme number (PR) in
the PR LIST.
• Even if you try to choose a Programme
number (PR) with the CHILD LOCK
function set, the n (CHILD LOCK)
mark will appear, and you cannot
watch the TV channel. To watch the
TV channel, see “CHILD LOCK” on
page 25.
• If the picture is tilted, correct it. See
“PICTURE TILT” on page 32.
„ Use the 6 buttons:
Press the 6 buttons to choose
an EXT terminal.
„ Use the PR LIST:
1 Press the h (Information) button to
display the PR LIST
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose an EXT terminal. Then
press the a button
• The EXT terminals are registered after
the Programme number PR 99.
• You can choose a video input signal
from the S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal)
and regular video signal (composite
signal). For details, see “S-IN (SVIDEO input)” on page 34.
• If you do not have a clear picture or no
colour appears, change the colour
system manually. See “COLOUR
SYSTEM” on page 22.
• If you choose an EXT terminal with no
input signal, the EXT terminal number
becomes fixed on the screen.
• This TV set has a function which can
automatically change over the input
according to a special signal output
from an external device. (The EXT-4
terminal does not support it.)
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Remote control buttons and functions
To return to a TV channel:
Press the b button, the 6 buttons or the
Number buttons.
To use the Programme number PR 0
(AV):
When the TV and VCR are connected only
by the Aerial cable, choosing the Programme
number PR 0 (AV) allows you to view
images from the VCR. Set the VCR RF
channel to the Programme number PR 0
(AV) manually. For details, see “EDIT/
MANUAL” on page 28.
Pressing the o button changes the
choice as follows:
You can display the Current Time on the
screen.
Press the h (Information) button to
display the current time
Pressing the h (Information) button changes
the display as follows:
PR LIST
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
EXT modes
TV mode
Programme
numbers
PR 1 – PR 99
Displaying the current time
PR 0
EXT-1
EXT-2
TV
ID
BBC1
12 : 00
No indication
OK
D0011-EN
EXT-4
EXT-3
• The VCR RF channel is sent as the RF
signal from the VCR.
• Also refer to your VCR instruction
manual.
Adjust the volume
Press the 5 buttons to adjust the
volume.
The Volume indicator appears and the
volume changes as you press the q
buttons.
„ Muting the sound
Press the l (muting) button to
turn off the sound.
Pressing the l (muting) button again
restores the previous volume level.
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• This TV uses teletext data to set the
current time. If the TV has not received a
TV channel that has teletext programmes
since it was turned on, the time display is
blank. To view the current time, choose a
TV channel that has teletext programmes.
• When watching videos, an incorrect
current time is sometimes displayed.
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Remote control buttons and functions
ZOOM function
You can change the screen size according to
the picture aspect ratio. Choose the optimum
one from the following ZOOM modes.
REGULAR:
Use to view a normal picture (4:3 aspect
ratio) as its original size is.
16:9 ZOOM SUBTITLE:
This mode zooms up the Wide Picture (16:9
Aspect Ratio) with subtitles to the full
screen.
ENGLISH
AUTO:
For any picture format except Normal Picture
(4:3 Aspect Ratio), the picture will be
automatically displayed in the optimum
screen size.
For Normal Picture (4:3 Aspect Ratio), the
picture displayed in accordance with the
ZOOM mode set on the 4:3 AUTO ASPECT
menu. For details, see “4:3 AUTO ASPECT”
on page 23.
• AUTO may not function properly with
poor signal quality. In this case, choose an
optimum ZOOM mode manually.
• This TV supports WSS (wide-screen
signals). When broadcasts with WSS are
received with the ZOOM mode set at
AUTO, the most suitable ZOOM mode is
automatically chosen according to the
WSS received.
16:9 ZOOM:
This mode zooms up the Wide Picture (16:9
Aspect Ratio) to the full screen.
FULL:
This mode uniformly stretches the left and
right sides of a normal picture (4:3 aspect
ratio) to fill the wide TV screen.
Use for pictures with a 16:9 aspect ratio that
have been squeezed into a normal picture
(4:3 aspect ratio), you can restore their
original dimensions.
„ Choose the ZOOM mode
1 Press the c button to display
the ZOOM menu
ZOOM
PANORAMIC:
This mode stretches the left and right sides of
a normal picture (4:3 Aspect Ratio) to fill the
screen, without making the picture appear
unnatural.
AUTO
REGULAR
PANORAMIC
14:9 ZOOM
16:9 ZOOM
16:9 ZOOM SUBTITLE
FULL
TV
OK
D0009-EN
• The top and bottom of the picture are
slightly cut off.
14:9 ZOOM:
This mode zooms up the Wide Picture (14:9
Aspect Ratio) to the upper and lower limits
of the screen.
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
ZOOM mode. Then press the a
button
The picture expands and the chosen
ZOOM mode is displayed in about 5
seconds.
• The ZOOM mode may be
automatically changed due to the
control signal from an external device.
When you want to return to the
previous ZOOM mode, choose the
ZOOM mode again.
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Remote control buttons and functions
„ Adjusting the visible area of the
picture
If subtitles or the top (or bottom) of the
picture are cut off, adjust the visible area of
the picture manually.
1 Press the c button
The ZOOM menu appears.
2 Press the a button to display the
ZOOM mode indication
Indicator is displayed.
16 : 9 ZOOM
D0010-EN
3 While it is displayed, press the 6
buttons to adjust the visible area
vertically
• You cannot adjust the visible area in
REGULAR or FULL mode.
The visible area adjustment is saved even
after the TV channel is changed.
However, it is cancelled if the following
operations are performed.
• The power is turned off/on
• The ZOOM mode is changed
• The g (Text) button is pressed
• The TV is switched between TV mode
and EXT mode
HYPER SOUND function
You can enjoy sounds with a wider
ambience.
Press the / (HYPER SOUND) button
to turn the HYPER SOUND function on
or off
• The HYPER SOUND function does not
work properly with mono sound.
• The HYPER SOUND function can be
also turned on or off by using the SOUND
menu. For details, see “HYPER SOUND”
on page 24.
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Return to TV channel instantly
You can return to a TV channel instantly.
Press the b button
The TV returns to the TV mode and a TV
channel appears.
Operating a JVC brand VCR or
DVD player
You can operate a JVC brand VCR or DVD
player. Pressing the button having the same
appearance as the original remote control
button of a device makes the function work
in the same way as the original remote
control.
1 Set the VCR P DVD Switch to the
VCR or DVD position
VCR:
When you are operating the VCR, set the
switch to the VCR position.
DVD:
When you are operating the DVD player,
set the switch to the DVD position.
2 Press the VCR/DVD Control Button
to control your VCR or DVD player
• If your device is not made by JVC,
these buttons cannot be used.
• Even if your device is made by JVC,
some of these buttons or any one of the
buttons may not work, depending on
the device.
• You can use the p buttons to choose
a TV channel. The VCR will receive or
choose the chapter the DVD player
plays back.
• Some DVD player models use the p
buttons for both operating of Fast
forward/backward functions and
choosing the chapter. In this case, the
253 buttons do not work.
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Teletext function
0
P
TV
4 Choose a teletext page by pressing
the 6 buttons, Number buttons
or Colour buttons
AV
To return to the TV mode:
Press the b button or g (Text) button.
MENU
OK
Basic operation
You can view three types of teletext
broadcasts on the TV:
1 Choose a TV channel with a teletext
broadcast
2 Set the VCR P DVD switch to the
P (Text) position
3 Press g (Text) button to display
the teletext
Pressing g (Text) button changes the
mode as follows:
The last teletext page displayed is memorised.
The last teletext page is cleared under
following conditions.
• Turning the power off
• Changing the channel
• Switching the TV input
Using the List Mode
You can store the numbers of your favourite
teletext pages in memory and call them up
quickly using the colour buttons.
„ To store the page numbers:
TEXT --TEXT ---
TV mode
ENGLISH
P
F.T/L
• If you have trouble receiving teletext
broadcasts, consult your local dealer or
the teletext station.
• No menu operations are possible when
viewing a teletext programme.
• Language display depends on the
country which was set on the
COUNTRY menu. If characters on a
Teletext programme do not appear
properly, change the COUNTRY
Setting to other country’s. To change
the COUNTRY setting, perform steps
1 and 2 of the “AUTO PROGRAM”
procedure on page 28 and then press
the a button.
Text mode
1 Press B button to engage the
List mode
The stored page numbers are displayed at
the bottom of the screen.
2 Press a Colour button to choose a
position. Then press the Number
buttons to enter the page number
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Teletext function
3 Press and hold down A (Store)
button
The four page numbers blink white to
indicate that they are stored in memory.
„ To call up a stored page:
1 Press the B button to engage
the List mode
Reveal
Some teletext pages include hidden text
(such as answers to a quiz).
You can display the hidden text.
Each time you press the E (Reveal)
button, text is hidden or revealed
2 Press a colour button to which a
page has been assigned
To exit the List mode:
Press the B button again.
Hold
You can hold a teletext page on the screen for
as long as you want, even while several other
teletext pages are being received.
Size
You can double the height of the teletext
display.
Press the F (Size) button.
Press the C (Hold) button
Hold indication
To cancel the Hold function:
Press C (Hold) button again.
Sub-page
Some teletext pages include sub-pages that
are automatically displayed.
You can hold any sub-page, or view it at any
time.
1 Press the D (Sub-page) button to
operate the Sub-page function
2 Press the Number buttons to enter
a sub-page number
Example:
• 3rd sub-page → press 0, 0, 0 and 3.
To cancel the Sub-page function:
Press the D (Sub-page) button again.
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Index
You can return to the index page instantly.
Press G (Index) button
Returns to page 100 or a previously specified
page.
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Teletext function
Cancel
You can search for a teletext page while
watching TV.
2 Press H (Cancel) button
The TV programme appears. When the
TV finds the teletext page, its page
number appears in the upper left of the
screen.
ENGLISH
1 Press the Number button to enter a
page number, or press a Colour
button
The TV searches for a teletext page.
3 Press H (Cancel) button to return
to a teletext page when the page
number is on the screen
• The TV mode cannot be resumed even
by pressing the H (Cancel) button. A
TV programme is temporarily
displayed instead of the teletext
programme.
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Using the TV’s menu
This TV has a number of functions you can
operate using menus. To fully utilize all your
TV’s functions, you need to understand the
basic menu operating techniques fully.
0
AV
Blue button
P
TV
MENU
OK
4 Press the 5 buttons to choose
the setting of that function
• If you want to operate a function
which appears only with its name,
follow the descriptions of that function
on the following pages.
• The display appearing at the bottom of
a menu shows you a button on the
remote control that you can use when
you operate a chosen function.
D0053
TV
Basic operation
1 Press the a button to display the
MENU (main menu)
MENU
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
SET UP
TV
OK
D0060-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
menu title, and press the a button
The menu appears.
To return to the previous menu:
Press the h (information) button.
To exit a menu instantly:
Press the b button.
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
function
• For details of the functions in the
menus, see the following pages.
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b button
OK
a button
5 Press the a button to complete
the setting
The menu disappears.
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PICTURE menu
COLOUR
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARP
COLOUR
HUE
COLOUR TEMP.
FEATURES
TV
SOFT
NORMAL
OK
RESET
• While the PICTURE menu is displayed,
pressing the blue button will set the
CONTRAST, BRIGHT, SHARP,
COLOUR, HUE settings to their default
settings.
PICTURE MODE
You can choose one of three PICTURE
MODEs to adjust the picture settings
automatically.
BRIGHT:
Heightens contrast and sharpness.
STANDARD:
Standardizes picture adjustment.
SOFT:
Softens contrast and sharpness.
CONTRAST
You can adjust the picture contrast.
2 : lower
3 : higher
BRIGHT
HUE
You can adjust the picture tint.
2 : reddish
3 : greenish
• You can change the HUE setting (picture
hue) when the colour system is NTSC
3.58, NTSC 4.43. (See “Specifications”
on page 44)
ENGLISH
D0014 -EN
You can adjust the picture colour.
2 : lighter
3 : deeper
COLOUR TEMP.
You can select one of three COLOUR
TEMP. modes (three tones of white) to adjust
the white balance of the picture. Since white
is the colour which is used as a reference for
all the other colours, changing the COLOUR
TEMP. mode affects the appearance of all
the other colours on the screen.
COOL:
A bluish white. Using this mode when
watching bright pictures allows you to enjoy
a more vivid and bright picture.
NORMAL:
The normal white colour.
WARM:
A reddish white. Using this mode when
watching films allows you to enjoy colours
that are characteristic of films.
You can adjust the picture brightness.
2 : darker
3 : brighter
SHARP
You can adjust the picture sharpness.
2 : softer
3 : sharper
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PICTURE menu
„ COLOUR SYSTEM
FEATURES
Choose FEATURES and press the a or 3
button to display the sub-menu.
The colour system is chosen automatically.
However, if the picture is not clear or no
colour appears, choose the colour system
manually.
FEATURES
DIGITAL VNR
COLOUR SYSTEM
4:3 AUTO ASPECT
TV
MIN
COLOUR SYSTEM
PAL
OK
TV
OK
D1015-EN
D0016-EN
„ DIGITAL VNR
The DIGITAL VNR function cuts down the
amount of noise in the original picture.
You can choose from the three DIGITAL
VNR function settings of AUTO, MIN and
MAX.
The TV and external input may be given
different DIGITAL VNR settings.
AUTO:
The TV will automatically adjust the level of
the DIGITAL VNR effect to match the
amount of noise in the picture, giving you the
best possible picture.
• If you set the DIGITAL VNR effect too
high it can make the picture less sharp. It
is recommended to use the AUTO setting
if you can.
MIN:
The level of the DIGITAL VNR effect is set
to the minimum. If you set the DIGITAL
VNR function to AUTO but feel that the
sharpness of the original picture has not been
reproduced fully, change the setting from
AUTO to MIN.
• The MIN setting is not suitable for lowquality pictures which contain a lot of
noise.
MAX:
The level of the DIGITAL VNR effect is set
to the maximum. If you set the DIGITAL
VNR function to AUTO but still notice some
noise, change the setting from AUTO to
MAX.
• The MAX setting is not suitable for highquality pictures which contain very little
noise.
OFF:
The DIGITAL VNR function is turned off.
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1 Choose COLOUR SYSTEM then
press the a button
2 Press the 5 buttons to chose the
appropriate colour system.
Then press the a button
PAL:
PAL system
SECAM:
SECAM system
NTSC 3.58:
NTSC 3.58 MHz system
NTSC 4.43:
NTSC 4.43 MHz system
AUTO:
This function detects a colour system from
the input signal. Only when you are viewing
a picture from Programme number PR 0
(AV), or EXT terminal, you can choose using
the AUTO function.
• The AUTO function may not function
properly if you have poor signal quality.
If the picture is abnormal in the AUTO
function, choose another colour system
manually.
• When in the Programme numbers PR 0
(AV) to PR 99, you cannot choose NTSC
3.58 or NTSC 4.43.
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PICTURE menu
„ 4:3 AUTO ASPECT
You can choose one of three ZOOM modes,
REGULAR, PANORAMIC or 14:9 ZOOM,
as the ZOOM mode for the normal picture
(4:3 aspect ratio).
4:3 AUTO ASPECT
PANORAMIC
REGULAR
14:9 ZOOM
TV
ENGLISH
1 Choose 4:3 AUTO ASPECT then
press the a button
OK
D0017-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
ZOOM mode. Then press the a
button
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SOUND menu
BALANCE
SOUND
STEREO/
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
HYPER SOUND
TV
OFF
OK
You can adjust the volume balance between
the left and right speaker.
2 : turn the left speaker’s volume level up.
3 : turn the right speaker’s volume level up.
D0019-EN
STEREO / I • II
When you are viewing a bilingual broadcast
programme, you can choose the sound from
Bilingual I (Sub I) or Bilingual II (Sub II).
When the stereo broadcasting is received
poorly, you can change from stereo to mono
sound so that you can hear the broadcast
more clearly and easily.
s: Stereo sound
v : mono sound
t : Bilingual I (sub I)
u : Bilingual II (sub II)
• The sound mode you can choose differs
depending on the TV programme.
• This function does not work in the EXT
modes. And this function does not appear
in the SOUND menu.
BASS
You can adjust the low tone of the sound.
2 : weaker
3 : strong
TREBLE
You can adjust the high tone of the sound.
2 : weaker
3 : strong
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HYPER SOUND
Mono sound is converted to simulated stereo
for a more enjoyable audio experience.
ON:
This function is turned on.
OFF:
This function is turned off.
• The HYPER SOUND function does not
work properly with mono sound.
• You can turn on or off the HYPER
SOUND function with a single press. For
details, see “HYPER SOUND function”
on page 16.
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FEATURES menu
To cancel the SLEEP TIMER
function:
Press the 2 button to set a period of time
to “OFF”.
FEATURES
SLEEP TIMER
CHILD LOCK
BLUE BACK
TV
ON
OK
CHILD LOCK
D0023-EN
You can set the TV to automatically turn off
after a specified period of time.
1 Choose SLEEP TIMER, then press
the a button
A Sub-menu of the SLEEP TIMER
function appears.
SLEEP TIMER
OFF
TV
0
120
When there is a TV channel you wish your
children not to watch, you can use the
CHILD LOCK function to lock out the TV
channel. Even when a child chooses a
Programme number (PR) in which a locked
TV channel has been registered, the screen
will change to blue and displays n (CHILD
LOCK) so the TV channel cannot be viewed.
Unless you enter a pre-set ID number by a
special operation, the lock cannot be released
and the child cannot view the TV channel
programmes.
ENGLISH
SLEEP TIMER
„ To set the CHILD LOCK function
OK
D0024-EN
2 Press the 5 buttons to set the
period of time.
Then press the a button
You can set the period of time a
maximum of 120 minutes (2 hours) in 10
minute increments.
• One minute before the SLEEP TIMER
function turns off the TV, “GOOD
NIGHT!” appears.
• The SLEEP TIMER function cannot
be used to turn off the TV’s main
power.
• When the SLEEP TIMER function is
on, you can display the Sub-menu of
the SLEEP TIMER function again to
confirm and/or change the remaining
period of time of the SLEEP TIMER
function. Press the a button to exit
the menu after confirming and / or
changing the remaining time.
1 Choose CHILD LOCK, then press
the o button
“SET ID NO.” (ID number setting screen)
appears.
SET ID NO.
0000
TV
OK
D0025-EN
2 Set the ID number to your liking
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose
a number.
2 Press the 5 buttons to move
the cursor.
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FEATURES menu
3 Press the a button
The Sub-menu of CHILD LOCK appears.
CHILD LOCK
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
CH/CC
BBC1
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
OK
5
ID NO. :
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
D0028 -EN
LOCK
D0026-EN
4 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) changes, and the
picture of the TV channel registered in the
Programme number (PR) is displayed on
the screen.
5 Press the blue button and set the
CHILD LOCK function.
Then press the a button
n (CHILD LOCK) appears and the TV
channel is locked.
To reset the CHILD LOCK function:
Press the blue button again.
n (CHILD LOCK) disappears.
To disable easy resetting of the CHILD
LOCK function, the menu disappears by
choosing the CHILD LOCK function and
pressing the a button as in the ordinary
menu operation.
„ To view a locked TV channel
1 Choose a Programme number (PR)
in which a TV channel locked with
the Number buttons or PR LIST
The screen changes to blue and the n
(CHILD LOCK) appears. You cannot
view the TV channel.
5
D0027-EN
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2 Press the h (Information) button to
display “ID NO.” (ID NO. input
screen).
3 Press the Number buttons to enter
the ID number
The lock is temporarily released so you
can view the TV channel.
If you have forgotten the ID
number:
Perform step 1 of “To set the CHILD
LOCK function”. After confirming the ID
number, press the b button to exit the
menu.
• Even if you reset the lock temporarily,
it does not mean that the CHILD
LOCK function set for the TV channel
is cancelled. The next time anyone
attempts to view the TV channel, it
will be locked again.
• When you would like to cancel the
CHILD LOCK function, you must
perform the operation “To set the
CHILD LOCK function” again.
• To disable easy choosing of a
Programme number (PR) in which a
locked TV channel has been
registered, the Programme number
(PR) has been set that it cannot be
chosen by the 6 buttons or the
operation buttons at the TV.
• To disable easy resetting of the lock,
“ID NO.” (ID NO. input screen) is set
so that it cannot appear unless you
press the h (Information) button.
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FEATURES menu
BLUE BACK
You can set the TV to automatically change
to a blue screen and mute the sound if the
signal is weak or absent, or when there is no
input from an external device.
OFF:
This function is turned off.
ENGLISH
ON:
This function is turned on.
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SET UP menu
EDIT/MANUAL
SET UP
AUTO PROGRAM
EDIT/MANUAL
LANGUAGE
PICTURE TILT
DECODER(EXT-2)
EXT SETTING
TV
The EDIT/MANUAL functions are divided
into two types: editing of the current
Programme numbers (PR) (EDIT functions)
and manual registration of a TV channel you
want to view to the Programme number (PR)
(MANUAL function). The details about
these functions are as follows:
OFF
OK
D0029-EN
AUTO PROGRAM
Caution
You can automatically register the TV
channels which can be received well at your
residence in the TV’s Programme numbers
(PR) by performing the following.
1 Choose AUTO PROGRAM. Then
press the a button
The COUNTRY menu appears as a submenu of the AUTO PROGRAM function.
There are two COUNTRY menus.
Pressing the yellow button changes the
COUNTRY menu as follows:
COUNTRY
TV
OK
START
MORE
• Using the MOVE, DELETE or INSERT
function rewrites the current Programme
numbers (PR) list. Resultingly, the
Programme number (PR) of some of the
TV channels will change.
• Using the MANUAL function for a TV
channel for which the CHILD LOCK
function has been set cancels the CHILD
LOCK function for the TV channel.
• Using the MANUAL function for a TV
channel for which the DECODER (EXT-2)
function has been set to ON returns the
setting of the DECODER (EXT-2) function
for the TV channel to OFF.
• When a TV channel has already been
registered in PR 99, using the INSERT
function deletes the TV channel.
1 Choose EDIT/MANUAL, then press
the a button
EDIT
COUNTRY
TV
OK
START
MORE
D0003 -EN
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose the country where you are
now located
3 Perform steps 5, 6, and 7 of the
“Initial settings” (page 6)
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PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
OK
MOVE
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
ID
INSERT
MANUAL
DELETE
D0038 -EN
2 Follow the operation description of
a function you want to use and
operate the function
MOVE:
This function changes a Programme
number (PR) of a TV channel.
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SET UP menu
ID:
This function registers a Channel name
(ID) to a TV channel.
DELETE:
This function deletes an unnecessary TV
channel.
MANUAL:
This function manually registers a new
TV channel in a Programme number
(PR).
3 Press the a button to complete
the settings
The T-V LINK menu appears.
„ MOVE
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) is changed over,
and the picture of the TV channel
registered in the Programme number (PR)
appears on the screen.
2 Press the 3 button to start the
MOVE function
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
RECORDING DEVICE
OK
EXIT
ENGLISH
INSERT:
This function adds a new TV channel in
the current Programme numbers (PR) list
by using the CH/CC number.
• You cannot use the INSERT function
if you do not know a Channel number
of a TV channel. Use the MANUAL
function to register a TV channel in the
Programme number (PR).
• An EXT terminal number does not
appear in the Programme numbers
(PR) list.
• The CH/CC number is a number
unique to the TV and corresponding to
the Channel number of a TV channel.
For the relationship of a Channel
number and a CH/CC number, see
“CH/CC numbers” on page 39.
TV
ID
CH/CC
CH 36
BBC1
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
OK
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
CH 21
STORE
D0005-EN
D0030 -EN
4 If you do not have a T-V LINK
compatible VCR connected:
Press the b button to exit the T-V LINK
menu.
The T-V LINK menu disappears and all
the settings are completed.
If you have a T-V LINK compatible
VCR connected to the EXT-2
terminal:
Follow the operating procedure
“Downloading the data to VCR” on
page 8 to transmit the Programme number
(PR) data to the VCR.
• For Programme number PR 0, “AV”
appears in the Programme numbers
(PR) list.
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
new Programme number (PR)
To cancel the MOVE function:
Press the h (Information) button.
4 Press the 2 button to change the
Programme number (PR) of a TV
channel to a new Programme
number (PR)
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SET UP menu
„ ID
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) is changed over,
and the picture of the TV channel
registered in the Programme number (PR)
appears on the screen.
2 Press the red button to start the ID
function
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
OK
MOVE
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
ID
INSERT
MANUAL
DELETE
D0031 -EN
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose
the first character of a Channel
name (ID) you want to attach to the
TV channel
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
M
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
OK
ID LIST
D0032 -EN
4 Press the blue button to display the
ID LIST (channel name list)
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
D0033 -EN
30
ID
BBC1
M
OK
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
ID LIST
M6
MBC
MCM
MDR
MOVIE
MTV
MTV3
5 Press the 6 buttons to choose
the Channel name (ID)
To cancel the ID function:
Press the h (Information) button.
6 Press the a button to register a
Channel name (ID) to a TV channel
• You can register your unique Channel
name (ID) to the TV channel. When
step 3 is completed, do not go to step
4, but press the 5 buttons to move
the cursor and the 6 buttons to
choose a character for completing the
Channel name (ID). Then press the
a button to register the Channel
name (ID) to the TV channel.
„ INSERT
Preparation:
• A CH/CC number unique to this TV and
corresponding to the Channel number of a
TV channel is required. Find the
corresponding CH/CC number from a
table “CH/CC numbers” on page 39 based
on the Channel number of the TV
channel.
• When the COUNTRY setting is not
FRANCE, use a two-digit CH/CC
number. When the COUNTRY setting is
FRANCE, use a three-digit CH/CC
number.
• Only when you add a TV channel
(SECAM-L system) from a French
station, be sure to set COUNTRY to
FRANCE. If the COUNTRY setting is
not FRANCE, follow the description
“AUTO PROGRAM” on page 28 to
change the COUNTRY setting to
FRANCE, then start the INSERT
function.
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
Programme number (PR) for which
you will register a new TV channel
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2 Press the green button and start
the INSERT function.
EDIT
ID
TV
BBC1
OK
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
0-9
CH/CC
D0034 -EN
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose
“CC” or “CH” according to the CH/
CC number of the TV channel
When the COUNTRY setting is
FRANCE:
Choose “CH1”, “CH2”, “CC1” or “CC2”.
To cancel the INSERT function:
Press the h (Information) button.
4 Press the Number buttons to enter
the remaining CH/CC number
The TV shifts to registration mode.
When the registration is completed, the
picture of the TV channel appears on the
screen.
• The CH/CC number is a number
indicating the broadcast frequency to
the TV. If the TV cannot detect the TV
channel corresponding to the broadcast
frequency indicated by the CH/CC
number, a picture in the no-signal state
appears.
„ DELETE
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) is changed over,
and the picture of the TV channel
registered in the Programme number (PR)
appears on the screen.
Preparation:
• As long as you register the TV channel
(SECAM-L system) from a French
station, be sure to set the COUNTRY
setting to FRANCE. If the COUNTRY
setting is not FRANCE, follow the
description “AUTO PROGRAM” on
page 28 to change the COUNTRY setting
to FRANCE, then start the MANUAL
function.
ENGLISH
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
„ MANUAL
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
Programme number (PR) to which
you want to register a new TV
channel
2 Press the blue button to activate
the MANUAL function
At the right side following the CH/CC
number, the SYSTEM (broadcasting
system) of the TV channel appears.
MANUAL
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
BBC1
OK
SEARCH+
SYSTEM
SEARCH-
(B / G)
FINEFINE+
D0035 -EN
To cancel the MANUAL function:
Press the h (Information) button.
3 Press the 3 button to choose the
SYSTEM (broadcasting system) for
a TV channel you want to register
TV channel (SECAM-L system)
from a French station:
Set the SYSTEM to “L”. If it is set to one
other than “L”, you cannot receive the TV
channel of the SECAM-L system.
2 Press the yellow button to delete
the TV channel
The TV channel is deleted from the
Programme numbers (PR) list.
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Other TV channels:
If you do not know the correct
broadcasting system, set the SYSTEM to
“B/G”. If “B/G” is not correct, it results in
the fact that you will not hear the sound
normally when the TV detects a TV
channel. In this case, retry to set the
SYSTEM again correctly so that no
problem arises.
4 Press the green or red button to
search for a TV channel
Scanning stops when the TV finds a TV
channel. Then the TV channel is
displayed.
5 Press the green or red button
repeatedly until the TV channel you
want appears
If the TV channel reception is poor:
Press the blue or yellow button to finetune the TV channel.
If you cannot hear the normal
sound even when the picture of the
TV channel appears normally:
The SYSTEM setting is wrong. Press the
3 button and choose a SYSTEM that has
normal sound.
6 Press the a button and register
the TV channel to a Programme
number (PR)
The normal EDIT menu is resumed.
LANGUAGE
You can choose the language you want to use
for the on-screen display from the language
list in a menu.
1 Choose LANGUAGE, then press
the a button
A sub-menu of the LANGUAGE function
appears.
LANGUAGE
TV
OK
D1002-EN
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose a language. Then press the
a button
PICTURE TILT
There are cases where the Earth’s magnetic
force may make the picture tilt. If this
happens, you can correct the picture tilt.
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose
PICTURE TILT. Then press the a
button
PICTURE TILT
TV
OK
D0018-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons until the
picture becomes level. Then press
the a button
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DECODER (EXT-2)
When connecting a Decoder with a T-V
LINK compatible VCR connected to the
EXT-2 terminal, use the DECODER (EXT2) function to unscramble the scrambled TV
channels.
2 Display the TV channel capable of
being unscrambled with the
Decoder on the TV
Even if the Decoder is functioning, a
scrambled picture appears at this time.
3 Press the a button to display the
SET UP menu
The SET UP menu appears.
SET UP
AUTO PROGRAM
EDIT/MANUAL
LANGUAGE
PICTURE TILT
DECODER(EXT-2)
EXT SETTING
TV
OFF
OK
7 If you have another TV channel
capable of being unscrambled with
a Decoder, repeat steps 2 through 7
If for some reason the DECODER (EXT2) function has been set to “ON” but the
TV channel cannot be unscrambled, check
the following:
• Has the Decoder been connected to the
VCR properly according to the VCR
and Decoder Instruction Manuals?
• Has the Decoder power been turned
on?
• Can the TV channel be unscrambled
with a Decoder?
• Is it necessary to change the VCR
settings in order to connect the
Decoder? Confirm that the VCR is set
properly by rechecking the VCR
Instruction Manual.
ENGLISH
1 Turn on the Decoder power
6 Follow the operating procedure
“Downloading the data to VCR” on
page 8 to transmit the Programme
number (PR) data to the VCR
D0029-EN
4 Press the 6 buttons to choose
DECODER (EXT-2). Then press the
5 buttons to choose ON
An unscrambled picture appears.
To cancel the DECODER (EXT-2)
function:
Press the 5 buttons to choose OFF.
5 Press the a button to complete
the setting
The T-V LINK menu appears.
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
RECORDING DEVICE
OK
EXIT
D0005-EN
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1 Choose an EXT terminal
EXT SETTING
1 Choose EXT SETTING, then press
the a or 3 button
The EXT SETTING menu appears.
EXT SETTING
EXT-1
DUBBING
EXT-2
EXT-3
EXT-4
TV
TV
OK
ID LIST
S-IN
2 Press the yellow button and set the
S-IN (S-VIDEO input).
Then press the a button
An S-IN (S-VIDEO input) mark is
displayed. You can view an S-VIDEO
signal (Y/C signal) instead of the regular
video signal (composite signal).
To cancel the S-IN (S-VIDEO input)
setting:
Press the yellow button and turn off S-IN
(S-VIDEO input) mark. The regular video
signal (composite signal) pictures are
resumed.
D0020 -EN
2 Follow the instructions for the
function you want to use and
operate the function
S-IN:
You can enjoy the high-quality picture of
the 2 S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal).
ID LIST:
You can have a name for each of the
devices connected for each EXT terminal.
DUBBING:
You can choose a signal source to be
output from an EXT-2 terminal.
„ S-IN (S-VIDEO input)
When connecting a device (such as S-VHS
VCR) which enables an S-VIDEO signal (Y/
C signal) to be output, you can enjoy highquality picture of the S-VIDEO signal (Y/C
signal).
Preparation:
• At first, read the Device Instruction
Manual and “Additional preparation” on
page 37 to connect the device to the TV
properly. Second, follow the Device
Instruction Manual to set the device so
that an S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal) can
be output to the TV.
• Do not set S-IN (S-VIDEO input) to the
EXT terminal connected to a device
which cannot output an S-VIDEO (Y/C
signal). If it is set wrongly, a picture
cannot appear.
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• The EXT-1 terminal does not support
S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal) and you
cannot set S-IN (S-VIDEO input) in
the EXT-1 terminal.
• Setting S-IN (S-VIDEO input)
changes the head character from “E” to
“S”. For example, “E2” is changed to
“S2”.
• Even a device which enables the SVIDEO signal (Y/C signal) to be
output may output a regular video
signal (composite signal) depending
on the device setting. If a picture
cannot appear because S-IN (SVIDEO input) setting has been made,
read the device Instruction Manual
carefully again to check for the device
settings.
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„ ID LIST
„ DUBBING
You can have a name corresponding to the
devices connected for each EXT terminal.
Giving a name to an EXT terminal makes the
EXT terminal number appear on the screen,
together with the name.
2 Press the blue button to display the
name list (ID LIST)
1 Press the 5 buttons to choose
the arrow from the menu
EXT SETTING
EXT SETTING
ID LIST
EXT-1
DUBBING
EXT-2
EXT-3
EXT-4
TV
TV
ENGLISH
1 Choose an EXT terminal
You can choose a signal source to be output
from an EXT-2 terminal.
You can choose any one of the output signal
of the device connected to the EXT terminal
and the picture and sound from a TV channel
you are currently viewing to output it to the
EXT-2 terminal.
VHS
S-VHS
DVC
CAM
SAT
STB
GAME
DVD
DVR
OK
D0021-EN
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
name. Then press the a button
The ID LIST disappears and the name is
assigned to the EXT terminal.
• You cannot assign an EXT terminal
name not found in the name list (ID
LIST).
To erase a name assigned to the
EXT terminal:
Choose a blank space.
EXT-1
DUBBING
EXT-2
EXT-3
EXT-4
TV
TV
OK
D0022-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose an
EXT terminal or TV.
Then press the a button
The arrow in the menu represents a signal
flow. The left side of the arrow denotes a
signal source output from the EXT-2
terminal.
EXT-1/EXT-3/EXT-4:
The output signal of the device connected
to an EXT terminal passes through the TV
and is output from the EXT-2 terminal.
4 Press the a button to complete
the setting
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TV:
The picture and sound of the TV channel
you are currently viewing are output from
the EXT-2 terminal.
• During dubbing, you cannot turn off
the TV. Turning off the TV also turns
off the output from the EXT-2
terminal.
• When you choose an EXT terminal as
an output, you can view a TV
programme or a picture from the other
EXT terminal while dubbing the
picture from a device connected to the
EXT terminal onto a VCR connected
to the EXT-2 terminal.
• The RGB signals from the TV games
cannot be output. Teletext programmes
cannot be output.
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Additional preparation
Connecting the external devices
Connect the devices to the TV, paying
attention to the following connection
diagram.
ENGLISH
Before connecting anything:
• Read the manuals provided with the
devices. Depending on the devices, the
connection method may differ from the
figure. In addition, the device settings
may be changed depending on the
connection method to secure proper
operation.
• Turn off all the devices including the TV.
• The “Specifications” on page 44 contains
the details of the EXT terminals. If you
are connecting a device not listed in the
following connection diagram, see the
table to choose the best EXT terminal.
• Note that connecting cables are not
supplied.
• If the VCR’s audio output is in mono,
connect the VCR’s AUDIO OUT (audio
output) terminal and the TV’s EXT-4
AUDIO L/MONO terminal with an audio
cable.
1 VCR (composite signal)
2 VCR (composite signal/S-VIDEO signal)
3 T-V LINK compatible VCR (composite
signal/S-VIDEO signal)
4 Decoder
5 DVD player (composite signal/S-VIDEO
signal)
6 DVD player (composite signal/RGB
signal)
7 TV game (composite signal/RGB signal)
8 TV game (composite signal/S-VIDEO
signal)
9 Headphones
0 Camcorder (composite signal/S-VIDEO
signal)
- SCART cable
= Audio cable
~ Video cable
! S-VIDEO cable
Side of the TV
S
R
L/MONO
EXT-4
P
S
R
L/MONO
EXT-4
P
Back of the TV
EXT-1
L
R
EXT-2
EXT-3
AUDIO OUT
S
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Additional preparation
„ Devices which can output the SVIDEO signal (Y/C signal) such as
a S-VHS VCR
Connect the device to an EXT terminal other
than the EXT-1 terminal.
You can choose a video input signal from the
S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal) and regular
video signal (composite signal). For details
of how to operate the device, see “S-IN (SVIDEO input)” on page 34.
„ T-V LINK compatible VCR
Be sure to connect the T-V LINK compatible
VCR to the EXT-2 terminal. If not, the T-V
LINK function will not work properly.
• When connecting a T-V LINK compatible
VCR to the EXT-2 terminal, be sure to
connect the Decoder to the VCR. If not,
the T-V LINK function may not work
properly. After you have registered TV
channels to the Programme numbers (PR),
set the DECODER (EXT-2) function for
the Programme number (PR) to ON in
order to unscramble a scrambled TV
channel. For details of operation, see
“DECODER (EXT-2)” on page 33.
„ Connecting headphones
Connect the headphones with a stereo minijack (of 3.5 mm in diameter) to the
headphone jack at the TV rear panel.
• When you connect the headphones, the
TV speakers issue no sound.
„ Video/sound signal output from
the EXT-2 terminal
You can arbitrarily change over the output of
the video/sound signal from the EXT-2
terminal. It is useful when you want to dub
the video/sound from another device on the
VCR connected to the EXT-2 terminal. For
details on how to do this operation, see
“DUBBING” on page 35.
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„ TV output from the EXT-1 terminal
The output of video/sound signal of a TV
channel you are currently viewing is always
output from the EXT-1 terminal.
• Changing over a Programme number (PR)
also changes over the TV output from the
EXT-1 terminal.
• The video/sound signal from an EXT
terminal cannot be output.
• Teletext programmes cannot be output.
„ Connecting Speakers/Amplifier
While referring to the Audio equipment
connection diagram, connect the audio
equipment you desire to the TV.
You can use external front speakers to listen
to the TV sound instead of the TV speakers.
Before connecting anything:
• Read the manuals provided with the
amplifier and speakers.
• Turn the TV and Amplifier off.
• To prevent magnetism from the speakers
adversely effecting the TV screen, use
magnetic-shielded speakers for the front
speakers.
• Note that connecting cables are not
supplied.
Back of the TV
L
R
1 Amplifier
2 Front speakers (Magnetic-shielded type)
• The output from the AUDIO OUT
terminal is not interrupted by headphone
connection to the TV. You cannot cut the
sound from the front speaker even if you
connect a headphone to the TV.
• Adjust the volume of the external
speakers with the amplifier.
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CH/CC numbers
When you want to use the INSERT function on page 30, find the CH/CC number corresponding to
the Channel number of the TV channel from this table.
Channel
CH
Channel
CC
Channel
CC
Channel
CH 02 / CH 202
CH 03 / CH 203
E2, R1
E3, ITALY A
CH 40 / CH 240
CH 41 / CH 241
E40, R40
E41, R41
CC 01 / CC 201
CC 02 / CC 202
S1
S2
CC 31 / CC 231
CC 32 / CC 232
S31
S32
CH 04 / CH 204
E4, ITALY B, R2
CH 42 / CH 242
E42, R42
CC 03 / CC 203
S3
CC 33 / CC 233
S33
CH 05 / CH 205
E5, ITALY D, R6
CH 43 / CH 243
E43, R43
CC 04 / CC 204
S4
CC 34 / CC 234
S34
CH 06 / CH 206
CH 07 / CH 207
E6, ITALY E, R7
E7, ITALY F, R8
CH 44 / CH 244
CH 45 / CH 245
E44, R44
E45, R45
CC 05 / CC 205
CC 06 / CC 206
S5
S6
CC 35 / CC 235
CC 36 / CC 236
S35
S36
CH 08 / CH 208
E8, R9
CH 46 / CH 246
E46, R46
CC 07 / CC 207
S7
CC 37 / CC 237
S37
CH 09 / CH 209
E9, ITALY G
CH 47 / CH 247
E47, R47
CC 08 / CC 208
S8
CC 38 / CC 238
S38
CH 10 / CH 210
CH 11 / CH 211
E10, ITALY H, R10
E11, ITALY H+1, R11
CH 48 / CH 248
CH 49 / CH 249
E48, R48
E49, R49
CC 09 / CC 209
CC 10 / CC 210
S9
S10
CC 39 / CC 239
CC 40 / CC 240
S39
S40
CH 12 / CH 212
E12, ITALY H+2, R12
CH 50 / CH 250
E50, R50
CC 11 / CC 211
S11
CC 41 / CC 241
S41
CH 21 / CH 221
E21, R21
CH 51 / CH 251
E51, R51
CC 12 / CC 212
S12
CC 75 / CC 275
X
CH 22 / CH 222
CH 23 / CH 223
E22, R22
E23, R23
CH 52 / CH 252
CH 53 / CH 253
E52, R52
E53, R53
CC 13 / CC 213
CC 14 / CC 214
S13
S14
CC 76 / CC 276
CC 77 / CC 277
Y, R3
Z, ITALY C, R4
CH 24 / CH 224
E24, R24
CH 54 / CH 254
E54, R54
CC 15 / CC 215
S15
CC 78 / CC 278
Z+1, R5
CH 25 / CH 225
E25, R25
CH 55 / CH 255
E55, R55
CC 16 / CC 216
S16
CC 79 / CC 279
Z+2
CH 26 / CH 226
CH 27 / CH 227
E26, R26
E27, R27
CH 56 / CH 256
CH 57 / CH 257
E56, R56
E57, R57
CC 17 / CC 217
CC 18 / CC 218
S17
S18
CH 28 / CH 228
E28, R28
CH 58 / CH 258
E58, R58
CC 19 / CC 219
S19
CH 29 / CH 229
E29, R29
CH 59 / CH 259
E59, R59
CC 20 / CC 220
S20
CH 30 / CH 230
CH 31 / CH 231
E30, R30
E31, R31
CH 60 / CH 260
CH 61 / CH 261
E60, R60
E61, R61
CC 21 / CC 221
CC 22 / CC 222
S21
S22
CH 32 / CH 232
E32, R32
CH 62 / CH 262
E62, R62
CC 23 / CC 223
S23
CH 33 / CH 233
E33, R33
CH 63 / CH 263
E63, R63
CC 24 / CC 224
S24
CH 34 / CH 234
CH 35 / CH 235
E34, R34
E35, R35
CH 64 / CH 264
CH 65 / CH 265
E64, R64
E65, R65
CC 25 / CC 225
CC 26 / CC 226
S25
S26
CH 36 / CH 236
E36, R36
CH 66 / CH 266
E66, R66
CC 27 / CC 227
S27
CH 37 / CH 237
CH 38 / CH 238
E37, R37
E38, R38
CH 67 / CH 267
CH 68 / CH 268
E67, R67
E68, R68
CC 28 / CC 228
CC 29 / CC 229
S28
S29
CH 39 / CH 239
E39, R39
CH 69 / CH 269
E69, R69
CC 30 / CC 230
S30
CH
Channel
CH
Channel
CC
Frequency (MHz)
CC
Frequency (MHz)
CH 102
CH 103
F2
F3
CH 141
CH 142
F41
F42
CC 110
CC 111
116 - 124
124 - 132
CC 152
CC 153
391 - 399
399 - 407
CH 104
F4
CH 143
F43
CC 112
132 - 140
CC 154
407 - 415
CH 105
F5
CH 144
F44
CC 113
140 - 148
CC 155
415 - 423
CH 106
CH 107
F6
F7
CH 145
CH 146
F45
F46
CC 114
CC 115
148 - 156
156 - 164
CC 156
CC 157
423 - 431
431 - 439
CH 108
F8
CH 147
F47
CC 116
164 - 172
CC 158
439 - 447
CH 109
F9
CH 148
F48
CC 123
220 - 228
CC 159
447 - 455
CH 110
CH 121
F10
F21
CH 149
CH 150
F49
F50
CC 124
CC 125
228 - 236
236 - 244
CC 160
CC 161
455 - 463
463 - 469
CH 122
F22
CH 151
F51
CC 126
244 - 252
CH 123
F23
CH 152
F52
CC 127
252 - 260
CH 124
CH 125
F24
F25
CH 153
CH 154
F53
F54
CC 128
CC 129
260 - 268
268 - 276
CH 126
F26
CH 155
F55
CC 130
276 - 284
CH 127
CH 128
F27
F28
CH 156
CH 157
F56
F57
CC 131
CC 132
284 - 292
292 - 300
CH 129
F29
CH 158
F58
CC 133
300 - 306
CH 130
F30
CH 159
F59
CC 141
306 - 311
CH 131
CH 132
F31
F32
CH 160
CH 161
F60
F61
CC 142
CC 143
311 - 319
319 - 327
CH 133
F33
CH 162
F62
CC 144
327 - 335
CH 134
F34
CH 163
F63
CC 145
335 - 343
CH 135
CH 136
F35
F36
CH 164
CH 165
F64
F65
CC 146
CC 147
343 - 351
351 - 359
CH 137
F37
CH 166
F66
CC 148
359 - 367
CH 138
F38
CH 167
F67
CC 149
367 - 375
CH 139
CH 140
F39
F40
CH 168
CH 169
F68
F69
CC 150
CC 151
375 - 383
383 - 391
ENGLISH
CH
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CH/CC numbers
• When two CH/CC numbers correspond to one Channel number, choose either one according to
the current COUNTRY setting. When the COUNTRY setting is other than FRANCE, choose a
two-digit CH/CC number. When the COUNTRY setting is FRANCE, choose a three-digit CH/
CC number.
• Find the CH/CC number (CC110 to CC161) corresponding to the TV channel (SECAM-L
system) from a French cable TV station, based on the broadcast frequency of the TV channel.
When you do not know the broadcast frequency, please contact the cable TV station.
• The CH/CC numbers of CH102-CH169 and CC110-CC161 correspond to the TV channels
being broadcast by a SECAM-L system. The other CH/CC numbers correspond to the TV
channels being broadcast by a method other than a SECAM-L system.
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Troubleshooting
If a problem arises while you are using the TV, please read this “Troubleshooting” well before
you request having the TV repaired. You may be able to fix it easily by yourself. For example, if
the AC plug is disconnected from the AC outlet, or the TV aerial has problems, you may think
there is a problem with the TV itself.
„ If you cannot turn on the TV
• Is the AC plug connected to the AC
outlet?
• Is the Power lamp lit? If not, press the
Main power button.
„ No picture/No sound
• Have you chosen a TV channel whose
reception is extremely bad? In this case,
the BLUE BACK function will be
activated, the entire screen becomes blue,
and the sound is muted. In spite of this, if
you want to view the TV channel, follow
the description “BLUE BACK” on
page 27 to try to change the BLUE BACK
function setting to OFF.
• Have you connected the headphones to
the TV? Connecting the headphones to
the TV causes sounds not to be issued
from the TV speakers.
• If the SYSTEM setting for a TV channel
is incorrect, it may prevent the sound
from being issued. Follow the description
“EDIT/MANUAL” on page 28 to use the
MANUAL function to try to change the
SYSTEM setting.
ENGLISH
Important:
• This Troubleshooting guide only covers problems whose cause are not easy to determine. If a
question arise when you are operating a function, read the page(s) corresponding to the
operation of the function well, not this Troubleshooting guide.
• After you have followed the Troubleshooting description or the operating description of the
functions concerned without any success, remove the AC plug from the AC outlet and request
a repair of your TV. Do not attempt to repair the TV by yourself or remove the rear cover of
the TV.
„ Poor picture
• If noise totally obscures the picture
(snow), the aerial or aerial cable may have
trouble. Check the following to try to
solve the trouble:
Has the TV and aerial been connected
properly?
Has the aerial cable been damaged?
Is the aerial pointed to the right
direction?
Is the aerial itself faulty?
• If the TV or aerial receives interference
from the other devices, stripes or noise
may appear in the picture. Move such
devices as an amplifier, personal
computer, or a hair drier that can cause
interference away from your TV, or try
changing its location. If the aerial suffers
interference from a radio tower or highvoltage wire, please contact your local
dealer.
• If the TV receives interference from
signal reflecting from mountains or
building, double-pictures (ghosting) will
occur. Try to change the aerial’s direction
or replace the antenna with the one with
better directionality.
• Are your COLOUR SYSTEM settings for
the TV channels correct? Follow the
description “COLOUR SYSTEM” on
page 22 to try to solve the trouble.
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Troubleshooting
• Have the COLOUR and BRIGHT settings
been adjusted properly? Follow the
description “BRIGHT” and “COLOUR”
on page 21 to try to adjust them properly.
• Videotaping teletext is not recommended
because it may not record correctly.
• When a white and bright still image (such
as a white dress) is displayed on the
screen, the white part may look as if it
were coloured. It is a phenomenon
unavoidable due to the nature of the
picture tube itself, and not due to a TV
failure. When the picture disappears from
the screen, the unnatural colours will also
disappear.
• When viewing images from commercially
available video software products, or
videos from videotapes which have been
recorded improperly, the top of the image
may be distorted. This is due to the
condition of the video signal, and not
because of malfunction.
„ Poor sound
• Have you adjusted BASS or TREBLE
properly? If not, follow the description
“BASS” or “TREBLE” on page 24.
When the TV channel reception is poor, it
can be hard to hear the stereo or bilingual
sound. In this case, follow the description
“STEREO / I • II” on page 24 to hear the
sound more easily by changing it to a mono
sound.
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„ Operation disabled
• Have the batteries of the remote control
become exhausted? Follow the
description “Putting the batteries into the
Remote control” on page 5 and replace
them with new batteries to try to solve the
problem.
• Have you attempted to use the remote
control at the sides or rear of the TV or at
a location more than seven meters apart
from the TV location? Operate the remote
control in the front of your TV or a
location less than seven meters from your
TV to try to solve the problem.
• When you are viewing a teletext
programme, you cannot operate the
menus. Press the b button to return the
teletext programme to the ordinary TV
programme to try operating the menus.
• If the TV operation becomes disabled
suddenly, press the Main power button on
the TV and turn off the main power. Try
to press the Main power button again to
turn on the main power. If the TV returns
to a normal state, it is not a failure.
„ Other concerns
• When the SLEEP TIMER function
operates, the TV is automatically turned
off. If the TV is turned off suddenly, try to
press the # (Standby) button to turn on
the TV once again. At this time, if the TV
resumes a normal state, there is no
problem.
• When a WSS signal is included in the
broadcast signal or the signal from an
external device, or when the TV is
receiving a control signal from an external
device, the ZOOM mode will change
automatically. When you want to return to
the previous ZOOM mode, press the
c button to choose the ZOOM
mode again.
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Troubleshooting
ENGLISH
• If you bring a magnetised device such as a
speaker near to your TV, a picture may be
warped or unnatural colours appear at the
corners of the screen. In this case, keep
the device apart from your TV. If the
speakers causes such phenomena, use the
magnetic-shielded speakers instead.
• A picture may be tilted due to the
influence of the earth’s magnetism. In this
case, use the “PICTURE TILT” on
page 32 to complete the tilt.
• It takes a short period of time from the
time an operation such as changing
channels is performed until an image is
displayed. This is not a malfunction. This
is the time required for the image to
stabilize before it can be displayed.
• The TV may emit a crackling sound due
to a sudden change in temperature. It does
not matter if a picture or sound does not
show any abnormality. If you hear
crackling sounds frequently while you are
viewing the TV, other causes may be
assumed. For precautionary purposes,
request your service technician to inspect
it.
• Touching the screen may cause you feel a
slight electric shock due to its static
electricity. It is an unavoidable
phenomenon due to the construction of
the picture tube. It is not a problem with
the TV. You can rest assured that this
static discharge does not have harmful
influence over the human body.
• When a menu is displayed on the screen,
the ZOOM mode may be automatically
changed to the FULL mode. This is not a
malfunction. When the menu disappears,
the ZOOM mode will return to the
previously set ZOOM mode.
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Specifications
Item
Model
AV-32H5SU/AV-32H5BU
AV-28H5SU/AV-28H5BU
AV-28H5SL/AV-28H5BL
Broadcasting systems
CCIR B/G, I, D/K, L
Colour systems
PAL, SECAM
• The EXT terminals also support the NTSC 3.58/4.43 MHz system.
Channels and frequencies
• E2-E12, E21-E69, S1-S41, X, Y, Z, Z+1, Z+2, ITALY A-H, ITALY H+1, ITALY
H+2, F2-F10, F21-F69, R1-R12, R21-R69
• French cable TV channel of broadcast frequencies 116 - 172 MHz and 220 469 MHz
Sound-multiplex systems
A2 (B/G, D/K), NICAM (B/G, I, D/K, L) system
Teletext systems
FLOF (Fastext), TOP, WST (World Standard System)
Power requirements
220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz
Power consumption
130 W, Standby: 0.6 W
120 W, Standby: 0.6 W
Picture tube size
Viewable area 76 cm (measured
diagonally)
Viewable area 66 cm (measured
diagonally)
Audio output
Rated Power output: 10 W + 10 W
Speakers
(13 cm × 6.5 cm) oval × 2
EXT-1 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, Audio L/R inputs and RGB inputs are available.
• TV broadcast outputs (Video and Audio L/R) are available.
EXT-2 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input, Audio L/R inputs and RGB inputs are
available.
• Video and Audio L/R outputs are available.
• T-V LINK functions are available.
EXT-3 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input and Audio L/R inputs are available.
EXT-4 terminal
RCA connectors × 3
S-VIDEO connector × 1
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input, Audio L/MONO and R inputs are available.
AUDIO OUT terminal
RCA connectors × 2
• Audio L/R outputs are available.
Headphone jack
Stereo mini-jack (3.5 mm in diameter)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
864 mm × 587 mm × 550 mm
762 mm × 528 mm × 492 mm
Weight
53.0 kg
38.0 kg
Accessories
Remote control unit × 1 (RM-C1502, Grey or Black)
AA/R6 dry cell battery × 2
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
Pictures displayed on the screen using this TV’s ZOOM functions should not be shown for any
commercial or demonstration purpose in public places (cafes, hotels, etc.) without the consent of
the owners of copyright of the original picture sources, as this constitutes an infringement of
copyright.
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ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
NEDERLANDS
CASTELLANO
ITALIANO
PORTUGUÊS
AV-32H50SU
AV-28H50SU
AV-32H57SU
COLOUR TELEVISION
FARBFERNSEHGERÄT
TELEVISEUR COULEUR
KLEURENTELEVISIE
TELEVISOR A COLOR
TELEVISORE A COLORI
TELEVISOR A CORES
INSTRUCTIONS
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS
GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
ISTRUZIONI
INSTRUÇÕES
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Thank you for buying this JVC colour television.
To make sure you understand how to use your new TV, please read this manual thoroughly before you
begin.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
Distance recommendations
ENGLISH
• Operate only from the power source specified (AC 220 – 240 V, 50 Hz) on the unit.
• Avoid damaging the AC plug and power cord.
• When you are not using this unit for a long period of time, it is recommended that you disconnect
the power cord from the mains outlet.
Avoid improper installation and never position the unit
where good ventilation is impossible.
When installing this TV, distance recommendations
must be maintained between the set and the wall, as well
as inside a tightly enclosed area or piece of furniture.
Keep to the minimum distance guidelines shown for safe
operation.
Failure to take the following precautions may result in damage to the TV or
remote control.
DO NOT block the TV’s ventilation openings or holes.
(If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be
able to get out.)
DO NOT place anything on top of the TV.
(such as cosmetics or medicines, flower vases, potted plants, cups, etc.)
DO NOT allow objects or liquid into the cabinet openings.
(If water or liquid is allowed to enter this equipment, fire or electric shock may be caused.)
DO NOT place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on the TV.
The surface of the TV screen is easily damaged. Be very careful with it when handling the TV.
Should the TV screen become soiled, wipe it with a soft dry cloth. Never rub it hard.
Never use any cleaner or detergent on it.
In the event of a fault, unplug the unit and call a service technician. Do not attempt to repair it
yourself or remove the rear cover.
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CONTENTS
Setting up your TV ...................................3
PICTURE menu ...................................... 20
Connecting the aerial and VCR ................. 3
Connecting the power cord to the AC
outlet....................................................... 4
Putting the batteries into the Remote
control..................................................... 4
Initial settings ............................................. 4
T-V LINK FUNCTIONS .............................. 8
PICTURE MODE...................................... 20
CONTRAST ............................................. 20
BRIGHT.................................................... 20
SHARP..................................................... 20
COLOUR.................................................. 20
HUE.......................................................... 20
COLOUR TEMP....................................... 20
FEATURES .............................................. 21
TV buttons and functions........................9
Turn the Main power on ........................... 10
Turn the TV on from standby mode ......... 10
Choose a TV channel .............................. 10
Adjust the volume .................................... 10
Remote control buttons and
functions..............................................11
Turn the TV on or off from standby mode ... 11
Choose a TV channel .............................. 11
Watch images from external devices ....... 12
Adjust the volume .................................... 13
Displaying the current time ...................... 13
ZOOM function......................................... 14
HYPER SOUND function ......................... 15
Return to TV channel instantly................. 15
Operating a JVC brand VCR or DVD
player.................................................... 15
Teletext function ....................................16
Basic operation ........................................ 16
Using the List Mode ................................. 16
Hold.......................................................... 17
Sub-page ................................................. 17
Reveal...................................................... 17
Size .......................................................... 17
Index ........................................................ 17
Cancel...................................................... 18
Using the TV’s menu..............................19
Basic operation ........................................ 19
2
SOUND menu ......................................... 23
STEREO / I • II ......................................... 23
BASS........................................................ 23
TREBLE ................................................... 23
BALANCE ................................................ 23
HYPER SOUND....................................... 23
FEATURES menu................................... 24
SLEEP TIMER ......................................... 24
CHILD LOCK............................................ 24
BLUE BACK ............................................. 26
SET UP menu ......................................... 27
AUTO PROGRAM.................................... 27
EDIT/MANUAL ......................................... 27
LANGUAGE ............................................. 31
PICTURE TILT ......................................... 31
DECODER (EXT-2).................................. 32
EXT SETTING.......................................... 33
Additional preparation .......................... 36
Connecting the external devices .............. 36
CH/CC numbers ..................................... 38
Troubleshooting .................................... 40
Specifications ........................................ 43
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Setting up your TV
Caution
• Turn off all the equipment including the TV before connecting anything.
Connecting the aerial and VCR
• The connecting cables are not provided.
• For further details, refer to the manuals provided with the devices to be connected.
Aerial
„ If not connecting a VCR, follow 1.
Back of the TV
To operate T-V LINK functions, a T-V
LINK compatible VCR must be connected to
the EXT-2 terminal on the TV. For details
about T-V LINK functions, see “T-V LINK
FUNCTIONS” on page 8.
ENGLISH
„ If connecting a VCR, follow A →
B → C.
75-ohm
Coaxial
Cable
EXT-1
L
R
• A video can be viewed from the VCR
without performing C. For details, refer
to your VCR instruction manual.
• To connect additional external devices,
please see “Additional preparation” on
page 36.
• To connect speakers and amplifier, please
see “Connecting Speakers/Amplifier” on
page 37.
• When a decoder is connected to a T-V
LINK compatible VCR, set the
DECODER (EXT-2) function to ON. For
details, see “DECODER (EXT-2)” on
page 32. Otherwise, you will not be able
to view scrambled channels.
EXT-2
S
21-pin
SCART
Cable
EXT-3
AUDIO OUT
S
75-ohm
Coaxial
Cable
To Aerial
Input
VCR
AV IN/OUT
Terminal
To Aerial
Output
„ Rear Panel
1
2
3
4
5
Aerial socket (3)
EXT-1 terminal (3, 33, 36)
EXT-2 terminal (3, 8, 33, 36)
EXT-3 terminal (33, 36)
AUDIO OUT terminal (37)
EXT-1
L
R
EXT-2
S
EXT-3
AUDIO OUT
S
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Setting up your TV
Connecting the power cord to
the AC outlet
Caution
• Operate only from the power source
specified (AC 220 – 240 V, 50 Hz) on the
unit.
Initial settings
When the TV is first turned on, it enters the
initial setting mode, and the JVC logo is
displayed. Follow the instructions on the onscreen display to make the initial settings.
0
Blue button
P
TV
Putting the batteries into the
Remote control
Use two AA/R6 dry cell batteries.
Insert the batteries from the - end, making
sure the + and - polarities are correct.
4
MENU
OK
1 Press the Main power button on the
TV
The Power lamp lights, and the JVC logo
is displayed.
Power lamp
• Follow the warnings printed on the
batteries.
• Battery life is about six months to one
year, depending on your frequency of use.
• The batteries we supply are only for
setting up and testing your TV, please
replace them as soon as necessary.
• If the remote control does not work
properly, replace the batteries.
AV
Main power
button
• The JVC logo does not appear when
your TV has been turned on once. In
this case, use the “LANGUAGE” and
“AUTO PROGRAM” functions to
make the initial settings. For details,
see “SET UP menu” on page 27.
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Setting up your TV
2 Press the a button
The LANGUAGE menu appears.
LANGUAGE
OK
AUTO PROGRAM
3 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose ENGLISH. Then press the
a button
English is set for the on-screen display
description. The COUNTRY menu
appears as a sub-menu of the AUTO
PROGRAM function.
There are two COUNTRY menus.
Pressing the yellow button changes the
COUNTRY menu as follows:
COUNTRY
TV
OK
START
MORE
COUNTRY
TV
OK
ENGLISH
TV
D0002(E) -EN
5 Press the blue button to start the
AUTO PROGRAM function
The AUTO PROGRAM menu appears
and received TV channels are
automatically registered in the
Programme numbers (PR).
• To cancel the AUTO PROGRAM
function:
Press the b button.
CH 24
10%
TV
OK
D0004 -EN
After the TV channels have been
registered in the Programme
numbers (PR), the EDIT menu
appears
• You can proceed to edit the
Programme numbers (PR) using the
EDIT/MANUAL function. For details,
see “EDIT/MANUAL” on page 27.
• If you do not need to use the EDIT/
MANUAL function, go to the next
step.
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
START
MORE
ID
BBC1
D0003 -EN
TV
4 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose the country where you are
now located
OK
MOVE
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
ID
INSERT
MANUAL
DELETE
D0038 -EN
5
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Setting up your TV
6 Press the a button to display the
T-V LINK menu
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
RECORDING DEVICE
OK
EXIT
D0005-EN
7 If you do not have a T-V LINK
compatible VCR connected:
Press the b button to exit the T-V LINK
menu.
The T-V LINK menu disappears.
If you have a T-V LINK compatible
VCR connected to the EXT-2
terminal:
Follow the operating procedure
“Downloading the data to VCR” on
page 7 to transmit the Programme number
(PR) data.
Now, the initial settings are complete,
and you can watch the TV
• When your TV can detect the TV channel
name from the TV channel broadcast
signal, it automatically registers the TV
channel name (ID) to the Programme
number (PR) in which the TV channel has
been registered.
• If a TV channel you want to view is not
set to a Programme number (PR),
manually set it using the MANUAL
function. For details, see “EDIT/
MANUAL” on page 27.
• The TV channel is not registered in
Programme number PR 0 (AV). When
you want to register a TV channel to PR 0
(AV), manually set it using the
MANUAL function. For details, see
“EDIT/MANUAL” on page 27.
6
„ ACI function
This TV has an ACI function which decodes
the ACI (automatic Channel Installation)
data.
Using the ACI function allows all TV
channels transmitted from the cable TV
station to be properly registered quickly
according to the data from the cable TV
station.
Caution
• If your cable TV station broadcasts ACI
data and if “ACI START/ACI SKIP”
appears in the AUTO PROGRAM menu,
the ACI function is enabled. In all other
cases, it is disabled.
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose
ACI START. Then press the a
button to start the ACI function
When you don’t want to use the ACI
function:
Press the 6 buttons to choose ACI
SKIP and then press the a button.
If the AUTO PROGRAM menu
changes to another menu:
Depending on your cable TV station,
there may be a broadcast selection menu
set up by the cable TV station.
Follow the menu indications and use the
5 and 6 buttons to operate the
menu. After you have made the setting,
press the a button.
If “ACI ERROR” is displayed in the
AUTO PROGRAM menu:
“ACI ERROR” denotes that the ACI
function is not working properly. Press
the a button to start the ACI function
again.
If “ACI ERROR” still appears even after
you have tried to start the ACI function
several times, press the 3 button to start
the AUTO PROGRAM function. It does
not cause any problem because all the TV
channels are registered to the Programme
numbers (PR) by the AUTO PROGRAM
function.
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Setting up your TV
2 When the settings are completed,
the EDIT menu is displayed. Return
to the instructions that you were
reading before, and continue the
operation
When the “AUTO PROGRAM” has
been made:
Return to step 6 of “Initial settings” on
page 4.
• If you have any questions about the
items in the Broadcast Selection menu
or how to operate the menu, please
contact your cable TV station.
• When the cable TV broadcast
reception is poor, the ACI function
will not work properly.
• If there is an error in the ACI data
itself, the TV channel cannot be
registered properly. If this happens,
turn the ACI function off (ACI SKIP)
and use the AUTO PROGRAM
function. Alternatively, use the EDIT/
MANUAL function to correct the
Programme number (PR) setting.
2 Press the a button
The data transmission begins.
DOWNLOAD TV
RECORDING DEVICE
TRANSFER. . . . .
D0037-EN
The T-V LINK menu disappears once the
data transmission ends.
When the T-V LINK menu is
changed over to another menu:
The menu operation at the TV side is
completed and it is shifted to the menu
operation at the VCR side. Refer to the
VCR Instruction Manual and operate the
VCR.
ENGLISH
When the “Initial settings” has
been made:
Return to step 6 of “Initial settings” on
page 4.
1 Turn on the VCR
If “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE”
appears at the T-V LINK menu, ensure
the following three items are correct; then
press the a button to retry data
transmission.
• Has the T-V LINK compatible VCR
been connected to the EXT-2
terminal?
• Has the VCR power been turned on?
• Does the SCART cable that is
connected to the EXT-2 terminal to TV LINK compatible VCR have all
proper connections?
„ Downloading the data to VCR
You can transmit to the latest Programme
numbers (PR) data to the VCR with the T-V
LINK function.
Caution
• Only when the T-V LINK compatible
VCR is connected to the EXT-2
terminal, this operation is enabled.
• Only when the T-V LINK menu is being
displayed, this operation is enabled.
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
RECORDING DEVICE
OK
EXIT
D0005-EN
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Setting up your TV
T-V LINK FUNCTIONS
When a T-V LINK compatible VCR is
connected to the EXT-2 Terminal on the TV,
it is easier to set up the VCR and to view
videos. T-V LINK uses the following
features:
To use T-V LINK functions:
A T-V LINK compatible VCR is necessary.
The VCR must be connected to the EXT-2
terminal on the TV by a fully wired SCART
cable.
A “T-V LINK compatible VCR” means a
JVC VCR with the T-V LINK logo or a VCR
with one of the following logos. However,
these VCRs may support some or all of the
features described below. For details, refer to
your VCR instruction manual.
“Q-LINK” (a trademark of Panasonic
Corporation)
“Data Logic” (a trademark of Metz
Corporation)
“Easy Link” (a trademark of Phillips
Corporation)
“Megalogic” (a trademark of Grundig
Corporation)
“SMARTLINK” (a trademark of Sony
Corporation)
„ Pre-set Download
Download the registered data on the TV
channels from the TV to the VCR.
The Preset Download function automatically
begins when the initial setting is complete or
whenever the AUTO PROGRAM or EDIT/
MANUAL operations are performed.
• This function can be operated via VCR
operation.
When “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE” is
displayed:
If “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE” is
displayed, the download was not performed
correctly. Before trying to download again,
ensure the following:
• The VCR power is turned on.
• The VCR is T-V LINK compatible.
• The VCR is connected to the EXT-2
terminal.
• The SCART cable is fully wired.
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„ Direct Rec
“What You See Is What You Record”
You can record to VCR the images that you
are currently viewing on TV by a simple
operation. For details, read the manual for
your VCR. Operate via the VCR. “VCR IS
RECORDING” is displayed.
In the following conditions, the VCR
will stop recording if the TV is turned
off, if the TV channel or input is
switched, or if the menu is displayed
on the TV:
• When recording images from an external
device connected to the TV.
• When recording a TV channel after it has
been unscrambled on a decoder.
• When recording a TV channel by using
the TV’s output because that TV channel
cannot be properly received on the VCR’s
tuner.
• When the VCR is not ready (for example,
when there is no tape inserted), “NO
RECORDING” is displayed.
• Operation via the TV is not possible.
• Generally, the VCR cannot record a TV
channel that cannot be received properly
by the VCR’s tuner, even though you can
view that TV channel on the TV.
However, some VCRs can record a TV
channel by using the TV’s output if that
channel can be viewed on the TV, even
though the TV channel cannot be received
properly by the VCR’s tuner. For details,
refer to your VCR instruction manual.
„ TV Auto Power On/VCR Image
View
When the VCR starts playing, the TV
automatically turns on and the images from
EXT-2 terminal are displayed on the screen.
When the VCR menu is operated, the TV
automatically turns on and the images from
EXT-2 terminal are displayed on the screen.
• This function does not operate if your
TV’s main power is turned off. Set your
TV’s main power to on (standby mode).
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TV buttons and functions
AV-32H50SU/AV-28H50SU
AV-32H57SU
ENGLISH
EXT-1
S
L
P
E L / MONO
X
T
4
R
R
EXT-2
EXT-3
AUDIO OUT
S
S
P
E L / MONO
X
T
4
R
Refer to the pages in parentheses for details.
1 Remote control sensor
2 Power lamp (4, 10)
3 Main power button (4, 10)
4 Headphone jack (mini jack) (36)
5 P p buttons/ q buttons (10)
6 r (Volume) button (10)
7 EXT-4 terminal (33, 36)
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TV buttons and functions
Turn the Main power on
Press the Main power button on the
TV.
The Power lamp lights red and your TV is in
the standby mode.
To turn the Main power off:
Press the Main power button again.
The Power lamp goes off.
Caution
• The main power button on the TV does
not fully isolate the TV from the AC
supply. If you are not going to use this TV
for a long period of time, be sure to
disconnect the AC plug from the AC
socket.
Turn the TV on from standby
mode
Press the P p buttons to turn the TV
on from standby mode
When the TV is turned on, the power lamp
dims slightly.
Choose a TV channel
Press the P p buttons to choose a
programme number (PR) or an EXT
terminal
Adjust the volume
1 Press the r (Volume) button
The volume level indicator appears.
2 Press the q buttons while the
volume level indicator is displayed
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Remote control buttons and functions
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
P
TV
AV
MENU
Muting button
Number buttons
c button
i (hyper sound) button
Information button
b button
5 buttons
# (standby) button
Colour buttons
a button
6 buttons
VCR/DVD/Teletext control button
VCR P DVD switch g (text) button
ENGLISH
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
=
~
Turn the TV on or off from
standby mode
OK
P
F.T/L
Press the # (standby) button to turn
the TV on or off.
When the TV is turned on, the power lamp
dims slightly.
• The power can be turned on by pressing
the b button, 6 buttons or Number
buttons.
Choose a TV channel
TV
„ Use the number buttons:
Enter the programme number (PR)
of the channel using the number
buttons.
Example:
• PR 6 → press 6
• PR 12 → press 1 and 2
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Remote control buttons and functions
„ Use the 6 buttons:
Press the 6 buttons to choose
the programme number (PR) you
want.
„ Use the PR LIST:
1 Press the h (Information) button to
display the PR LIST
Pressing the h (Information) button
changes the display as follows:
PR LIST
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
„ Use the o button:
Press the o button to choose
an EXT terminal.
TV mode
Programme
numbers
PR 1 – PR 99
EXT modes
EXT-1
EXT-2
EXT-4
EXT-3
ID
BBC1
12 : 00
No indication
OK
D0011-EN
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose a Programme number (PR).
Then press the a button
• For Programme numbers (PR) with the
CHILD LOCK function set, the n
(CHILD LOCK) mark is displayed
next to the Programme number (PR) in
the PR LIST.
• Even if you try to choose a Programme
number (PR) with the CHILD LOCK
function set, the n (CHILD LOCK)
mark will appear, and you cannot
watch the TV channel. To watch the
TV channel, see “CHILD LOCK” on
page 24.
• If the picture is tilted, correct it. See
“PICTURE TILT” on page 31.
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Watch images from external
devices
„ Use the 6 buttons:
Press the 6 buttons to choose
an EXT terminal.
„ Use the PR LIST:
1 Press the h (Information) button to
display the PR LIST
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose an EXT terminal. Then
press the a button
• The EXT terminals are registered after
the Programme number PR 99.
• You can choose a video input signal
from the S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal)
and regular video signal (composite
signal). For details, see “S-IN (SVIDEO input)” on page 33.
• If you do not have a clear picture or no
colour appears, change the colour
system manually. See “COLOUR
SYSTEM” on page 21.
• If you choose an EXT terminal with no
input signal, the EXT terminal number
becomes fixed on the screen.
• This TV set has a function which can
automatically change over the input
according to a special signal output
from an external device. (The EXT-4
terminal does not support it.)
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Remote control buttons and functions
To return to a TV channel:
Press the b button, the 6 buttons or the
Number buttons.
Press the h (Information) button to
display the current time
Pressing the h (Information) button changes
the display as follows:
PR LIST
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
EXT modes
TV mode
Programme
numbers
PR 1 – PR 99
You can display the Current Time on the
screen.
PR 0
EXT-1
EXT-2
TV
ENGLISH
To use the Programme number PR 0
(AV):
When the TV and VCR are connected only
by the Aerial cable, choosing the Programme
number PR 0 (AV) allows you to view
images from the VCR. Set the VCR RF
channel to the Programme number PR 0
(AV) manually. For details, see “EDIT/
MANUAL” on page 27.
Pressing the o button changes the
choice as follows:
Displaying the current time
ID
BBC1
12 : 00
No indication
OK
D0011-EN
EXT-4
EXT-3
• The VCR RF channel is sent as the RF
signal from the VCR.
• Also refer to your VCR instruction
manual.
• This TV uses teletext data to set the
current time. If the TV has not received a
TV channel that has teletext programmes
since it was turned on, the time display is
blank. To view the current time, choose a
TV channel that has teletext programmes.
• When watching videos, an incorrect
current time is sometimes displayed.
Adjust the volume
Press the 5 buttons to adjust the
volume.
The Volume indicator appears and the
volume changes as you press the q
buttons.
„ Muting the sound
Press the l (muting) button to
turn off the sound.
Pressing the l (muting) button again
restores the previous volume level.
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Remote control buttons and functions
ZOOM function
You can change the screen size according to
the picture aspect ratio. Choose the optimum
one from the following ZOOM modes.
AUTO:
For any picture format except Normal Picture
(4:3 Aspect Ratio), the picture will be
automatically displayed in the optimum
screen size.
For Normal Picture (4:3 Aspect Ratio), the
picture displayed in accordance with the
ZOOM mode set on the 4:3 AUTO ASPECT
menu. For details, see “4:3 AUTO ASPECT”
on page 22.
• AUTO may not function properly with
poor signal quality. In this case, choose an
optimum ZOOM mode manually.
• This TV supports WSS (wide-screen
signals). When broadcasts with WSS are
received with the ZOOM mode set at
AUTO, the most suitable ZOOM mode is
automatically chosen according to the
WSS received.
REGULAR:
Use to view a normal picture (4:3 aspect
ratio) as its original size is.
16:9 ZOOM:
This mode zooms up the Wide Picture (16:9
Aspect Ratio) to the full screen.
16:9 ZOOM SUBTITLE:
This mode zooms up the Wide Picture (16:9
Aspect Ratio) with subtitles to the full
screen.
FULL:
This mode uniformly stretches the left and
right sides of a normal picture (4:3 aspect
ratio) to fill the wide TV screen.
Use for pictures with a 16:9 aspect ratio that
have been squeezed into a normal picture
(4:3 aspect ratio), you can restore their
original dimensions.
„ Choose the ZOOM mode
1 Press the c button to display
the ZOOM menu
ZOOM
PANORAMIC:
This mode stretches the left and right sides of
a normal picture (4:3 Aspect Ratio) to fill the
screen, without making the picture appear
unnatural.
AUTO
REGULAR
PANORAMIC
14:9 ZOOM
16:9 ZOOM
16:9 ZOOM SUBTITLE
FULL
TV
OK
D0009-EN
• The top and bottom of the picture are
slightly cut off.
14:9 ZOOM:
This mode zooms up the Wide Picture (14:9
Aspect Ratio) to the upper and lower limits
of the screen.
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2 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
ZOOM mode. Then press the a
button
The picture expands and the chosen
ZOOM mode is displayed in about 5
seconds.
• The ZOOM mode may be
automatically changed due to the
control signal from an external device.
When you want to return to the
previous ZOOM mode, choose the
ZOOM mode again.
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Remote control buttons and functions
„ Adjusting the visible area of the
picture
If subtitles or the top (or bottom) of the
picture are cut off, adjust the visible area of
the picture manually.
2 Press the a button to display the
ZOOM mode indication
Indicator is displayed.
16 : 9 ZOOM
D0010-EN
3 While it is displayed, press the 6
buttons to adjust the visible area
vertically
• You cannot adjust the visible area in
REGULAR or FULL mode.
The visible area adjustment is saved even
after the TV channel is changed.
However, it is cancelled if the following
operations are performed.
• The power is turned off/on
• The ZOOM mode is changed
• The g (Text) button is pressed
• The TV is switched between TV mode
and EXT mode
HYPER SOUND function
You can enjoy sounds with a wider
ambience.
Press the / (HYPER SOUND) button
to turn the HYPER SOUND function on
or off
• The HYPER SOUND function does not
work properly with mono sound.
• The HYPER SOUND function can be
also turned on or off by using the SOUND
menu. For details, see “HYPER SOUND”
on page 23.
You can return to a TV channel instantly.
Press the b button
The TV returns to the TV mode and a TV
channel appears.
Operating a JVC brand VCR or
DVD player
ENGLISH
1 Press the c button
The ZOOM menu appears.
Return to TV channel instantly
You can operate a JVC brand VCR or DVD
player. Pressing the button having the same
appearance as the original remote control
button of a device makes the function work
in the same way as the original remote
control.
1 Set the VCR P DVD Switch to the
VCR or DVD position
VCR:
When you are operating the VCR, set the
switch to the VCR position.
DVD:
When you are operating the DVD player,
set the switch to the DVD position.
2 Press the VCR/DVD Control Button
to control your VCR or DVD player
• If your device is not made by JVC,
these buttons cannot be used.
• Even if your device is made by JVC,
some of these buttons or any one of the
buttons may not work, depending on
the device.
• You can use the p buttons to choose
a TV channel. The VCR will receive or
choose the chapter the DVD player
plays back.
• Some DVD player models use the p
buttons for both operating of Fast
forward/backward functions and
choosing the chapter. In this case, the
253 buttons do not work.
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Teletext function
0
P
TV
4 Choose a teletext page by pressing
the 6 buttons, Number buttons
or Colour buttons
AV
To return to the TV mode:
Press the b button or g (Text) button.
MENU
OK
P
F.T/L
Basic operation
You can view three types of teletext
broadcasts on the TV:
1 Choose a TV channel with a teletext
broadcast
2 Set the VCR P DVD switch to the
P (Text) position
3 Press g (Text) button to display
the teletext
Pressing g (Text) button changes the
mode as follows:
The last teletext page displayed is memorised.
The last teletext page is cleared under
following conditions.
• Turning the power off
• Changing the channel
• Switching the TV input
Using the List Mode
You can store the numbers of your favourite
teletext pages in memory and call them up
quickly using the colour buttons.
„ To store the page numbers:
TEXT --TEXT ---
TV mode
• If you have trouble receiving teletext
broadcasts, consult your local dealer or
the teletext station.
• No menu operations are possible when
viewing a teletext programme.
• Language display depends on the
country which was set on the
COUNTRY menu. If characters on a
Teletext programme do not appear
properly, change the COUNTRY
Setting to other country’s. To change
the COUNTRY setting, perform steps
1 and 2 of the “AUTO PROGRAM”
procedure on page 27 and then press
the a button.
Text mode
1 Press B button to engage the
List mode
The stored page numbers are displayed at
the bottom of the screen.
2 Press a Colour button to choose a
position. Then press the Number
buttons to enter the page number
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Teletext function
3 Press and hold down A (Store)
button
The four page numbers blink white to
indicate that they are stored in memory.
„ To call up a stored page:
Some teletext pages include hidden text
(such as answers to a quiz).
You can display the hidden text.
Each time you press the E (Reveal)
button, text is hidden or revealed
2 Press a colour button to which a
page has been assigned
To exit the List mode:
Press the B button again.
Hold
You can hold a teletext page on the screen for
as long as you want, even while several other
teletext pages are being received.
ENGLISH
1 Press the B button to engage
the List mode
Reveal
Size
You can double the height of the teletext
display.
Press the F (Size) button.
Press the C (Hold) button
Hold indication
To cancel the Hold function:
Press C (Hold) button again.
Sub-page
Some teletext pages include sub-pages that
are automatically displayed.
You can hold any sub-page, or view it at any
time.
Index
You can return to the index page instantly.
Press G (Index) button
Returns to page 100 or a previously specified
page.
1 Press the D (Sub-page) button to
operate the Sub-page function
2 Press the Number buttons to enter
a sub-page number
Example:
• 3rd sub-page → press 0, 0, 0 and 3.
To cancel the Sub-page function:
Press the D (Sub-page) button again.
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Teletext function
Cancel
You can search for a teletext page while
watching TV.
1 Press the Number button to enter a
page number, or press a Colour
button
The TV searches for a teletext page.
2 Press H (Cancel) button
The TV programme appears. When the
TV finds the teletext page, its page
number appears in the upper left of the
screen.
3 Press H (Cancel) button to return
to a teletext page when the page
number is on the screen
• The TV mode cannot be resumed even
by pressing the H (Cancel) button. A
TV programme is temporarily
displayed instead of the teletext
programme.
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Using the TV’s menu
This TV has a number of functions you can
operate using menus. To fully utilize all your
TV’s functions, you need to understand the
basic menu operating techniques fully.
0
AV
Blue button
MENU
OK
D0053
TV
Basic operation
1 Press the a button to display the
MENU (main menu)
MENU
b button
ENGLISH
P
TV
4 Press the 5 buttons to choose
the setting of that function
• If you want to operate a function
which appears only with its name,
follow the descriptions of that function
on the following pages.
• The display appearing at the bottom of
a menu shows you a button on the
remote control that you can use when
you operate a chosen function.
OK
a button
5 Press the a button to complete
the setting
The menu disappears.
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
SET UP
TV
OK
D0060-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
menu title, and press the a button
The menu appears.
To return to the previous menu:
Press the h (information) button.
To exit a menu instantly:
Press the b button.
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
function
• For details of the functions in the
menus, see the following pages.
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PICTURE menu
COLOUR
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARP
COLOUR
HUE
COLOUR TEMP.
FEATURES
TV
SOFT
NORMAL
OK
RESET
D0014 -EN
• While the PICTURE menu is displayed,
pressing the blue button will set the
CONTRAST, BRIGHT, SHARP,
COLOUR, HUE settings to their default
settings.
PICTURE MODE
You can choose one of three PICTURE
MODEs to adjust the picture settings
automatically.
BRIGHT:
Heightens contrast and sharpness.
STANDARD:
Standardizes picture adjustment.
SOFT:
Softens contrast and sharpness.
CONTRAST
You can adjust the picture contrast.
2 : lower
3 : higher
BRIGHT
You can adjust the picture brightness.
2 : darker
3 : brighter
SHARP
You can adjust the picture sharpness.
2 : softer
3 : sharper
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You can adjust the picture colour.
2 : lighter
3 : deeper
HUE
You can adjust the picture tint.
2 : reddish
3 : greenish
• You can change the HUE setting (picture
hue) when the colour system is NTSC
3.58, NTSC 4.43. (See “Specifications”
on page 43)
COLOUR TEMP.
You can select one of three COLOUR
TEMP. modes (three tones of white) to adjust
the white balance of the picture. Since white
is the colour which is used as a reference for
all the other colours, changing the COLOUR
TEMP. mode affects the appearance of all
the other colours on the screen.
COOL:
A bluish white. Using this mode when
watching bright pictures allows you to enjoy
a more vivid and bright picture.
NORMAL:
The normal white colour.
WARM:
A reddish white. Using this mode when
watching films allows you to enjoy colours
that are characteristic of films.
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PICTURE menu
„ COLOUR SYSTEM
FEATURES
Choose FEATURES and press the a or 3
button to display the sub-menu.
The colour system is chosen automatically.
However, if the picture is not clear or no
colour appears, choose the colour system
manually.
FEATURES
TV
MIN
COLOUR SYSTEM
PAL
OK
TV
OK
D1015-EN
D0016-EN
„ DIGITAL VNR
The DIGITAL VNR function cuts down the
amount of noise in the original picture.
You can choose from the three DIGITAL
VNR function settings of AUTO, MIN and
MAX.
The TV and external input may be given
different DIGITAL VNR settings.
AUTO:
The TV will automatically adjust the level of
the DIGITAL VNR effect to match the
amount of noise in the picture, giving you the
best possible picture.
• If you set the DIGITAL VNR effect too
high it can make the picture less sharp. It
is recommended to use the AUTO setting
if you can.
MIN:
The level of the DIGITAL VNR effect is set
to the minimum. If you set the DIGITAL
VNR function to AUTO but feel that the
sharpness of the original picture has not been
reproduced fully, change the setting from
AUTO to MIN.
• The MIN setting is not suitable for lowquality pictures which contain a lot of
noise.
MAX:
The level of the DIGITAL VNR effect is set
to the maximum. If you set the DIGITAL
VNR function to AUTO but still notice some
noise, change the setting from AUTO to
MAX.
• The MAX setting is not suitable for highquality pictures which contain very little
noise.
ENGLISH
DIGITAL VNR
COLOUR SYSTEM
4:3 AUTO ASPECT
1 Choose COLOUR SYSTEM then
press the a button
2 Press the 5 buttons to chose the
appropriate colour system.
Then press the a button
PAL:
PAL system
SECAM:
SECAM system
NTSC 3.58:
NTSC 3.58 MHz system
NTSC 4.43:
NTSC 4.43 MHz system
AUTO:
This function detects a colour system from
the input signal. Only when you are viewing
a picture from Programme number PR 0
(AV), or EXT terminal, you can choose using
the AUTO function.
• The AUTO function may not function
properly if you have poor signal quality.
If the picture is abnormal in the AUTO
function, choose another colour system
manually.
• When in the Programme numbers PR 0
(AV) to PR 99, you cannot choose NTSC
3.58 or NTSC 4.43.
OFF:
The DIGITAL VNR function is turned off.
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PICTURE menu
„ 4:3 AUTO ASPECT
You can choose one of three ZOOM modes,
REGULAR, PANORAMIC or 14:9 ZOOM,
as the ZOOM mode for the normal picture
(4:3 aspect ratio).
1 Choose 4:3 AUTO ASPECT then
press the a button
4:3 AUTO ASPECT
PANORAMIC
REGULAR
14:9 ZOOM
TV
OK
D0017-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
ZOOM mode. Then press the a
button
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SOUND menu
BALANCE
SOUND
STEREO/
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
HYPER SOUND
TV
OFF
OK
You can adjust the volume balance between
the left and right speaker.
2 : turn the left speaker’s volume level up.
3 : turn the right speaker’s volume level up.
D0019-EN
When you are viewing a bilingual broadcast
programme, you can choose the sound from
Bilingual I (Sub I) or Bilingual II (Sub II).
When the stereo broadcasting is received
poorly, you can change from stereo to mono
sound so that you can hear the broadcast
more clearly and easily.
s: Stereo sound
v : mono sound
t : Bilingual I (sub I)
u : Bilingual II (sub II)
HYPER SOUND
Mono sound is converted to simulated stereo
for a more enjoyable audio experience.
ENGLISH
STEREO / I • II
ON:
This function is turned on.
OFF:
This function is turned off.
• The HYPER SOUND function does not
work properly with mono sound.
• You can turn on or off the HYPER
SOUND function with a single press. For
details, see “HYPER SOUND function”
on page 15.
• The sound mode you can choose differs
depending on the TV programme.
• This function does not work in the EXT
modes. And this function does not appear
in the SOUND menu.
BASS
You can adjust the low tone of the sound.
2 : weaker
3 : strong
TREBLE
You can adjust the high tone of the sound.
2 : weaker
3 : strong
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To cancel the SLEEP TIMER
function:
Press the 2 button to set a period of time
to “OFF”.
FEATURES
SLEEP TIMER
CHILD LOCK
BLUE BACK
TV
ON
OK
CHILD LOCK
D0023-EN
SLEEP TIMER
You can set the TV to automatically turn off
after a specified period of time.
1 Choose SLEEP TIMER, then press
the a button
A Sub-menu of the SLEEP TIMER
function appears.
SLEEP TIMER
OFF
TV
0
120
„ To set the CHILD LOCK function
OK
D0024-EN
2 Press the 5 buttons to set the
period of time.
Then press the a button
You can set the period of time a
maximum of 120 minutes (2 hours) in 10
minute increments.
• One minute before the SLEEP TIMER
function turns off the TV, “GOOD
NIGHT!” appears.
• The SLEEP TIMER function cannot
be used to turn off the TV’s main
power.
• When the SLEEP TIMER function is
on, you can display the Sub-menu of
the SLEEP TIMER function again to
confirm and/or change the remaining
period of time of the SLEEP TIMER
function. Press the a button to exit
the menu after confirming and / or
changing the remaining time.
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When there is a TV channel you wish your
children not to watch, you can use the
CHILD LOCK function to lock out the TV
channel. Even when a child chooses a
Programme number (PR) in which a locked
TV channel has been registered, the screen
will change to blue and displays n (CHILD
LOCK) so the TV channel cannot be viewed.
Unless you enter a pre-set ID number by a
special operation, the lock cannot be released
and the child cannot view the TV channel
programmes.
1 Choose CHILD LOCK, then press
the o button
“SET ID NO.” (ID number setting screen)
appears.
SET ID NO.
0000
TV
OK
D0025-EN
2 Set the ID number to your liking
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose
a number.
2 Press the 5 buttons to move
the cursor.
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3 Press the a button
The Sub-menu of CHILD LOCK appears.
CHILD LOCK
TV
ID
CH/CC
BBC1
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
OK
5
ID NO. :
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
D0028 -EN
LOCK
D0026-EN
4 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) changes, and the
picture of the TV channel registered in the
Programme number (PR) is displayed on
the screen.
5 Press the blue button and set the
CHILD LOCK function.
Then press the a button
n (CHILD LOCK) appears and the TV
channel is locked.
To reset the CHILD LOCK function:
Press the blue button again.
n (CHILD LOCK) disappears.
To disable easy resetting of the CHILD
LOCK function, the menu disappears by
choosing the CHILD LOCK function and
pressing the a button as in the ordinary
menu operation.
„ To view a locked TV channel
1 Choose a Programme number (PR)
in which a TV channel locked with
the Number buttons or PR LIST
The screen changes to blue and the n
(CHILD LOCK) appears. You cannot
view the TV channel.
3 Press the Number buttons to enter
the ID number
The lock is temporarily released so you
can view the TV channel.
ENGLISH
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2 Press the h (Information) button to
display “ID NO.” (ID NO. input
screen).
If you have forgotten the ID
number:
Perform step 1 of “To set the CHILD
LOCK function”. After confirming the ID
number, press the b button to exit the
menu.
• Even if you reset the lock temporarily,
it does not mean that the CHILD
LOCK function set for the TV channel
is cancelled. The next time anyone
attempts to view the TV channel, it
will be locked again.
• When you would like to cancel the
CHILD LOCK function, you must
perform the operation “To set the
CHILD LOCK function” again.
• To disable easy choosing of a
Programme number (PR) in which a
locked TV channel has been
registered, the Programme number
(PR) has been set that it cannot be
chosen by the 6 buttons or the
operation buttons at the TV.
• To disable easy resetting of the lock,
“ID NO.” (ID NO. input screen) is set
so that it cannot appear unless you
press the h (Information) button.
5
D0027-EN
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BLUE BACK
You can set the TV to automatically change
to a blue screen and mute the sound if the
signal is weak or absent, or when there is no
input from an external device.
ON:
This function is turned on.
OFF:
This function is turned off.
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EDIT/MANUAL
SET UP
AUTO PROGRAM
EDIT/MANUAL
LANGUAGE
PICTURE TILT
DECODER(EXT-2)
EXT SETTING
TV
OFF
OK
D0029-EN
AUTO PROGRAM
Caution
You can automatically register the TV
channels which can be received well at your
residence in the TV’s Programme numbers
(PR) by performing the following.
1 Choose AUTO PROGRAM. Then
press the a button
The COUNTRY menu appears as a submenu of the AUTO PROGRAM function.
There are two COUNTRY menus.
Pressing the yellow button changes the
COUNTRY menu as follows:
COUNTRY
TV
OK
START
MORE
• Using the MOVE, DELETE or INSERT
function rewrites the current Programme
numbers (PR) list. Resultingly, the
Programme number (PR) of some of the
TV channels will change.
• Using the MANUAL function for a TV
channel for which the CHILD LOCK
function has been set cancels the CHILD
LOCK function for the TV channel.
• Using the MANUAL function for a TV
channel for which the DECODER (EXT-2)
function has been set to ON returns the
setting of the DECODER (EXT-2) function
for the TV channel to OFF.
• When a TV channel has already been
registered in PR 99, using the INSERT
function deletes the TV channel.
ENGLISH
The EDIT/MANUAL functions are divided
into two types: editing of the current
Programme numbers (PR) (EDIT functions)
and manual registration of a TV channel you
want to view to the Programme number (PR)
(MANUAL function). The details about
these functions are as follows:
1 Choose EDIT/MANUAL, then press
the a button
EDIT
COUNTRY
TV
OK
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
START
MORE
D0003 -EN
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose the country where you are
now located
3 Perform steps 5, 6, and 7 of the
“Initial settings” (page 5)
TV
ID
BBC1
OK
MOVE
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
ID
INSERT
MANUAL
DELETE
D0038 -EN
2 Follow the operation description of
a function you want to use and
operate the function
MOVE:
This function changes a Programme
number (PR) of a TV channel.
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ID:
This function registers a Channel name
(ID) to a TV channel.
INSERT:
This function adds a new TV channel in
the current Programme numbers (PR) list
by using the CH/CC number.
• You cannot use the INSERT function
if you do not know a Channel number
of a TV channel. Use the MANUAL
function to register a TV channel in the
Programme number (PR).
DELETE:
This function deletes an unnecessary TV
channel.
MANUAL:
This function manually registers a new
TV channel in a Programme number
(PR).
3 Press the a button to complete
the settings
The T-V LINK menu appears.
• An EXT terminal number does not
appear in the Programme numbers
(PR) list.
• The CH/CC number is a number
unique to the TV and corresponding to
the Channel number of a TV channel.
For the relationship of a Channel
number and a CH/CC number, see
“CH/CC numbers” on page 38.
„ MOVE
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) is changed over,
and the picture of the TV channel
registered in the Programme number (PR)
appears on the screen.
2 Press the 3 button to start the
MOVE function
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
RECORDING DEVICE
OK
EXIT
TV
ID
CH/CC
CH 36
BBC1
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
OK
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
CH 21
STORE
D0005-EN
D0030 -EN
4 If you do not have a T-V LINK
compatible VCR connected:
Press the b button to exit the T-V LINK
menu.
The T-V LINK menu disappears and all
the settings are completed.
If you have a T-V LINK compatible
VCR connected to the EXT-2
terminal:
Follow the operating procedure
“Downloading the data to VCR” on
page 7 to transmit the Programme number
(PR) data to the VCR.
• For Programme number PR 0, “AV”
appears in the Programme numbers
(PR) list.
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3 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
new Programme number (PR)
To cancel the MOVE function:
Press the h (Information) button.
4 Press the 2 button to change the
Programme number (PR) of a TV
channel to a new Programme
number (PR)
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„ ID
2 Press the red button to start the ID
function
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
OK
MOVE
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
ID
INSERT
MANUAL
DELETE
D0031 -EN
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose
the first character of a Channel
name (ID) you want to attach to the
TV channel
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
M
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
OK
ID LIST
D0032 -EN
4 Press the blue button to display the
ID LIST (channel name list)
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
M
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
ID LIST
M6
MBC
MCM
MDR
MOVIE
MTV
MTV3
To cancel the ID function:
Press the h (Information) button.
6 Press the a button to register a
Channel name (ID) to a TV channel
• You can register your unique Channel
name (ID) to the TV channel. When
step 3 is completed, do not go to step
4, but press the 5 buttons to move
the cursor and the 6 buttons to
choose a character for completing the
Channel name (ID). Then press the
a button to register the Channel
name (ID) to the TV channel.
ENGLISH
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) is changed over,
and the picture of the TV channel
registered in the Programme number (PR)
appears on the screen.
5 Press the 6 buttons to choose
the Channel name (ID)
„ INSERT
Preparation:
• A CH/CC number unique to this TV and
corresponding to the Channel number of a
TV channel is required. Find the
corresponding CH/CC number from a
table “CH/CC numbers” on page 38 based
on the Channel number of the TV
channel.
• When the COUNTRY setting is not
FRANCE, use a two-digit CH/CC
number. When the COUNTRY setting is
FRANCE, use a three-digit CH/CC
number.
• Only when you add a TV channel
(SECAM-L system) from a French
station, be sure to set COUNTRY to
FRANCE. If the COUNTRY setting is
not FRANCE, follow the description
“AUTO PROGRAM” on page 27 to
change the COUNTRY setting to
FRANCE, then start the INSERT
function.
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
Programme number (PR) for which
you will register a new TV channel
OK
D0033 -EN
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2 Press the green button and start
the INSERT function.
EDIT
ID
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
BBC1
OK
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
0-9
CH/CC
D0034 -EN
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose
“CC” or “CH” according to the CH/
CC number of the TV channel
When the COUNTRY setting is
FRANCE:
Choose “CH1”, “CH2”, “CC1” or “CC2”.
To cancel the INSERT function:
Press the h (Information) button.
4 Press the Number buttons to enter
the remaining CH/CC number
The TV shifts to registration mode.
When the registration is completed, the
picture of the TV channel appears on the
screen.
• The CH/CC number is a number
indicating the broadcast frequency to
the TV. If the TV cannot detect the TV
channel corresponding to the broadcast
frequency indicated by the CH/CC
number, a picture in the no-signal state
appears.
„ DELETE
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) is changed over,
and the picture of the TV channel
registered in the Programme number (PR)
appears on the screen.
2 Press the yellow button to delete
the TV channel
The TV channel is deleted from the
Programme numbers (PR) list.
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„ MANUAL
Preparation:
• As long as you register the TV channel
(SECAM-L system) from a French
station, be sure to set the COUNTRY
setting to FRANCE. If the COUNTRY
setting is not FRANCE, follow the
description “AUTO PROGRAM” on
page 27 to change the COUNTRY setting
to FRANCE, then start the MANUAL
function.
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
Programme number (PR) to which
you want to register a new TV
channel
2 Press the blue button to activate
the MANUAL function
At the right side following the CH/CC
number, the SYSTEM (broadcasting
system) of the TV channel appears.
MANUAL
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
CH/CC
CH 36
CH 21
CH 22
CH 23
CH 24
CH 25
CH 26
CH 27
CH 28
CH 29
BBC1
OK
SEARCH+
SYSTEM
SEARCH-
(B / G)
FINEFINE+
D0035 -EN
To cancel the MANUAL function:
Press the h (Information) button.
3 Press the 3 button to choose the
SYSTEM (broadcasting system) for
a TV channel you want to register
TV channel (SECAM-L system)
from a French station:
Set the SYSTEM to “L”. If it is set to one
other than “L”, you cannot receive the TV
channel of the SECAM-L system.
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4 Press the green or red button to
search for a TV channel
Scanning stops when the TV finds a TV
channel. Then the TV channel is
displayed.
5 Press the green or red button
repeatedly until the TV channel you
want appears
If the TV channel reception is poor:
Press the blue or yellow button to finetune the TV channel.
If you cannot hear the normal
sound even when the picture of the
TV channel appears normally:
The SYSTEM setting is wrong. Press the
3 button and choose a SYSTEM that has
normal sound.
6 Press the a button and register
the TV channel to a Programme
number (PR)
The normal EDIT menu is resumed.
LANGUAGE
You can choose the language you want to use
for the on-screen display from the language
list in a menu.
1 Choose LANGUAGE, then press
the a button
A sub-menu of the LANGUAGE function
appears.
LANGUAGE
TV
ENGLISH
Other TV channels:
If you do not know the correct
broadcasting system, set the SYSTEM to
“B/G”. If “B/G” is not correct, it results in
the fact that you will not hear the sound
normally when the TV detects a TV
channel. In this case, retry to set the
SYSTEM again correctly so that no
problem arises.
OK
D1002-EN
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose a language. Then press the
a button
PICTURE TILT
There are cases where the Earth’s magnetic
force may make the picture tilt. If this
happens, you can correct the picture tilt.
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose
PICTURE TILT. Then press the a
button
PICTURE TILT
TV
OK
D0018-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons until the
picture becomes level. Then press
the a button
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DECODER (EXT-2)
When connecting a Decoder with a T-V
LINK compatible VCR connected to the
EXT-2 terminal, use the DECODER (EXT2) function to unscramble the scrambled TV
channels.
1 Turn on the Decoder power
2 Display the TV channel capable of
being unscrambled with the
Decoder on the TV
Even if the Decoder is functioning, a
scrambled picture appears at this time.
3 Press the a button to display the
SET UP menu
The SET UP menu appears.
SET UP
AUTO PROGRAM
EDIT/MANUAL
LANGUAGE
PICTURE TILT
DECODER(EXT-2)
EXT SETTING
TV
OFF
OK
D0029-EN
4 Press the 6 buttons to choose
DECODER (EXT-2). Then press the
5 buttons to choose ON
An unscrambled picture appears.
To cancel the DECODER (EXT-2)
function:
Press the 5 buttons to choose OFF.
5 Press the a button to complete
the setting
The T-V LINK menu appears.
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
OK
EXIT
D0005-EN
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RECORDING DEVICE
6 Follow the operating procedure
“Downloading the data to VCR” on
page 7 to transmit the Programme
number (PR) data to the VCR
7 If you have another TV channel
capable of being unscrambled with
a Decoder, repeat steps 2 through 7
If for some reason the DECODER (EXT2) function has been set to “ON” but the
TV channel cannot be unscrambled, check
the following:
• Has the Decoder been connected to the
VCR properly according to the VCR
and Decoder Instruction Manuals?
• Has the Decoder power been turned
on?
• Can the TV channel be unscrambled
with a Decoder?
• Is it necessary to change the VCR
settings in order to connect the
Decoder? Confirm that the VCR is set
properly by rechecking the VCR
Instruction Manual.
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1 Choose an EXT terminal
EXT SETTING
1 Choose EXT SETTING, then press
the a or 3 button
The EXT SETTING menu appears.
EXT-1
DUBBING
EXT-2
EXT-3
EXT-4
TV
TV
OK
ID LIST
S-IN
To cancel the S-IN (S-VIDEO input)
setting:
Press the yellow button and turn off S-IN
(S-VIDEO input) mark. The regular video
signal (composite signal) pictures are
resumed.
ENGLISH
EXT SETTING
2 Press the yellow button and set the
S-IN (S-VIDEO input).
Then press the a button
An S-IN (S-VIDEO input) mark is
displayed. You can view an S-VIDEO
signal (Y/C signal) instead of the regular
video signal (composite signal).
D0020 -EN
2 Follow the instructions for the
function you want to use and
operate the function
S-IN:
You can enjoy the high-quality picture of
the 2 S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal).
ID LIST:
You can have a name for each of the
devices connected for each EXT terminal.
DUBBING:
You can choose a signal source to be
output from an EXT-2 terminal.
„ S-IN (S-VIDEO input)
When connecting a device (such as S-VHS
VCR) which enables an S-VIDEO signal (Y/
C signal) to be output, you can enjoy highquality picture of the S-VIDEO signal (Y/C
signal).
• The EXT-1 terminal does not support
S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal) and you
cannot set S-IN (S-VIDEO input) in
the EXT-1 terminal.
• Setting S-IN (S-VIDEO input)
changes the head character from “E” to
“S”. For example, “E2” is changed to
“S2”.
• Even a device which enables the SVIDEO signal (Y/C signal) to be
output may output a regular video
signal (composite signal) depending
on the device setting. If a picture
cannot appear because S-IN (SVIDEO input) setting has been made,
read the device Instruction Manual
carefully again to check for the device
settings.
Preparation:
• At first, read the Device Instruction
Manual and “Additional preparation” on
page 36 to connect the device to the TV
properly. Second, follow the Device
Instruction Manual to set the device so
that an S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal) can
be output to the TV.
• Do not set S-IN (S-VIDEO input) to the
EXT terminal connected to a device
which cannot output an S-VIDEO (Y/C
signal). If it is set wrongly, a picture
cannot appear.
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„ ID LIST
„ DUBBING
You can have a name corresponding to the
devices connected for each EXT terminal.
Giving a name to an EXT terminal makes the
EXT terminal number appear on the screen,
together with the name.
1 Choose an EXT terminal
You can choose a signal source to be output
from an EXT-2 terminal.
You can choose any one of the output signal
of the device connected to the EXT terminal
and the picture and sound from a TV channel
you are currently viewing to output it to the
EXT-2 terminal.
2 Press the blue button to display the
name list (ID LIST)
1 Press the 5 buttons to choose
the arrow from the menu
EXT SETTING
EXT SETTING
ID LIST
EXT-1
DUBBING
EXT-2
EXT-3
EXT-4
TV
TV
VHS
S-VHS
DVC
CAM
SAT
STB
GAME
DVD
DVR
OK
D0021-EN
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
name. Then press the a button
The ID LIST disappears and the name is
assigned to the EXT terminal.
• You cannot assign an EXT terminal
name not found in the name list (ID
LIST).
To erase a name assigned to the
EXT terminal:
Choose a blank space.
4 Press the a button to complete
the setting
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EXT-1
DUBBING
EXT-2
EXT-3
EXT-4
TV
TV
OK
D0022-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose an
EXT terminal or TV.
Then press the a button
The arrow in the menu represents a signal
flow. The left side of the arrow denotes a
signal source output from the EXT-2
terminal.
EXT-1/EXT-3/EXT-4:
The output signal of the device connected
to an EXT terminal passes through the TV
and is output from the EXT-2 terminal.
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TV:
The picture and sound of the TV channel
you are currently viewing are output from
the EXT-2 terminal.
ENGLISH
• During dubbing, you cannot turn off
the TV. Turning off the TV also turns
off the output from the EXT-2
terminal.
• When you choose an EXT terminal as
an output, you can view a TV
programme or a picture from the other
EXT terminal while dubbing the
picture from a device connected to the
EXT terminal onto a VCR connected
to the EXT-2 terminal.
• The RGB signals from the TV games
cannot be output. Teletext programmes
cannot be output.
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Additional preparation
Connecting the external devices
1 VCR (composite signal)
2 VCR (composite signal/S-VIDEO signal)
3 T-V LINK compatible VCR (composite
signal/S-VIDEO signal)
4 Decoder
5 DVD player (composite signal/S-VIDEO
signal)
6 DVD player (composite signal/RGB
signal)
7 TV game (composite signal/RGB signal)
8 TV game (composite signal/S-VIDEO
signal)
9 Headphones
0 Camcorder (composite signal/S-VIDEO
signal)
- SCART cable
= Audio cable
~ Video cable
! S-VIDEO cable
Connect the devices to the TV, paying
attention to the following connection
diagram.
Before connecting anything:
• Read the manuals provided with the
devices. Depending on the devices, the
connection method may differ from the
figure. In addition, the device settings
may be changed depending on the
connection method to secure proper
operation.
• Turn off all the devices including the TV.
• The “Specifications” on page 43 contains
the details of the EXT terminals. If you
are connecting a device not listed in the
following connection diagram, see the
table to choose the best EXT terminal.
• Note that connecting cables are not
supplied.
• If the VCR’s audio output is in mono,
connect the VCR’s AUDIO OUT (audio
output) terminal and the TV’s EXT-4
AUDIO L/MONO terminal with an audio
cable.
Back of the TV
EXT-1
S
L
P
E L / MONO
X
T
R
4
EXT-2
R
EXT-3
AUDIO OUT
S
S
P
E L / MONO
X
T
4
R
Back of the TV
EXT-1
L
R
EXT-2
EXT-3
S
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Additional preparation
„ Devices which can output the SVIDEO signal (Y/C signal) such as
a S-VHS VCR
„ T-V LINK compatible VCR
Be sure to connect the T-V LINK compatible
VCR to the EXT-2 terminal. If not, the T-V
LINK function will not work properly.
• When connecting a T-V LINK compatible
VCR to the EXT-2 terminal, be sure to
connect the Decoder to the VCR. If not,
the T-V LINK function may not work
properly. After you have registered TV
channels to the Programme numbers (PR),
set the DECODER (EXT-2) function for
the Programme number (PR) to ON in
order to unscramble a scrambled TV
channel. For details of operation, see
“DECODER (EXT-2)” on page 32.
„ Connecting headphones
Connect the headphones with a stereo minijack (of 3.5 mm in diameter) to the
headphone jack at the TV rear panel.
• When you connect the headphones, the
TV speakers issue no sound.
„ Video/sound signal output from
the EXT-2 terminal
You can arbitrarily change over the output of
the video/sound signal from the EXT-2
terminal. It is useful when you want to dub
the video/sound from another device on the
VCR connected to the EXT-2 terminal. For
details on how to do this operation, see
“DUBBING” on page 34.
The output of video/sound signal of a TV
channel you are currently viewing is always
output from the EXT-1 terminal.
• Changing over a Programme number (PR)
also changes over the TV output from the
EXT-1 terminal.
• The video/sound signal from an EXT
terminal cannot be output.
• Teletext programmes cannot be output.
ENGLISH
Connect the device to an EXT terminal other
than the EXT-1 terminal.
You can choose a video input signal from the
S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal) and regular
video signal (composite signal). For details
of how to operate the device, see “S-IN (SVIDEO input)” on page 33.
„ TV output from the EXT-1 terminal
„ Connecting Speakers/Amplifier
While referring to the Audio equipment
connection diagram, connect the audio
equipment you desire to the TV.
You can use external front speakers to listen
to the TV sound instead of the TV speakers.
Before connecting anything:
• Read the manuals provided with the
amplifier and speakers.
• Turn the TV and Amplifier off.
• To prevent magnetism from the speakers
adversely effecting the TV screen, use
magnetic-shielded speakers for the front
speakers.
• Note that connecting cables are not
supplied.
Back of the TV
L
R
1 Amplifier
2 Front speakers (Magnetic-shielded type)
• The output from the AUDIO OUT
terminal is not interrupted by headphone
connection to the TV. You cannot cut the
sound from the front speaker even if you
connect a headphone to the TV.
• Adjust the volume of the external
speakers with the amplifier.
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CH/CC numbers
When you want to use the INSERT function on page 29, find the CH/CC number corresponding to
the Channel number of the TV channel from this table.
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CH
Channel
CH
Channel
CC
Channel
CC
Channel
CH 02 / CH 202
CH 03 / CH 203
E2, R1
E3, ITALY A
CH 40 / CH 240
CH 41 / CH 241
E40, R40
E41, R41
CC 01 / CC 201
CC 02 / CC 202
S1
S2
CC 31 / CC 231
CC 32 / CC 232
S31
S32
CH 04 / CH 204
E4, ITALY B, R2
CH 42 / CH 242
E42, R42
CC 03 / CC 203
S3
CC 33 / CC 233
S33
CH 05 / CH 205
E5, ITALY D, R6
CH 43 / CH 243
E43, R43
CC 04 / CC 204
S4
CC 34 / CC 234
S34
CH 06 / CH 206
CH 07 / CH 207
E6, ITALY E, R7
E7, ITALY F, R8
CH 44 / CH 244
CH 45 / CH 245
E44, R44
E45, R45
CC 05 / CC 205
CC 06 / CC 206
S5
S6
CC 35 / CC 235
CC 36 / CC 236
S35
S36
CH 08 / CH 208
E8, R9
CH 46 / CH 246
E46, R46
CC 07 / CC 207
S7
CC 37 / CC 237
S37
CH 09 / CH 209
E9, ITALY G
CH 47 / CH 247
E47, R47
CC 08 / CC 208
S8
CC 38 / CC 238
S38
CH 10 / CH 210
CH 11 / CH 211
E10, ITALY H, R10
E11, ITALY H+1, R11
CH 48 / CH 248
CH 49 / CH 249
E48, R48
E49, R49
CC 09 / CC 209
CC 10 / CC 210
S9
S10
CC 39 / CC 239
CC 40 / CC 240
S39
S40
CH 12 / CH 212
E12, ITALY H+2, R12
CH 50 / CH 250
E50, R50
CC 11 / CC 211
S11
CC 41 / CC 241
S41
CH 21 / CH 221
E21, R21
CH 51 / CH 251
E51, R51
CC 12 / CC 212
S12
CC 75 / CC 275
X
CH 22 / CH 222
CH 23 / CH 223
E22, R22
E23, R23
CH 52 / CH 252
CH 53 / CH 253
E52, R52
E53, R53
CC 13 / CC 213
CC 14 / CC 214
S13
S14
CC 76 / CC 276
CC 77 / CC 277
Y, R3
Z, ITALY C, R4
CH 24 / CH 224
E24, R24
CH 54 / CH 254
E54, R54
CC 15 / CC 215
S15
CC 78 / CC 278
Z+1, R5
CH 25 / CH 225
E25, R25
CH 55 / CH 255
E55, R55
CC 16 / CC 216
S16
CC 79 / CC 279
Z+2
CH 26 / CH 226
CH 27 / CH 227
E26, R26
E27, R27
CH 56 / CH 256
CH 57 / CH 257
E56, R56
E57, R57
CC 17 / CC 217
CC 18 / CC 218
S17
S18
CH 28 / CH 228
E28, R28
CH 58 / CH 258
E58, R58
CC 19 / CC 219
S19
CH 29 / CH 229
E29, R29
CH 59 / CH 259
E59, R59
CC 20 / CC 220
S20
CH 30 / CH 230
CH 31 / CH 231
E30, R30
E31, R31
CH 60 / CH 260
CH 61 / CH 261
E60, R60
E61, R61
CC 21 / CC 221
CC 22 / CC 222
S21
S22
CH 32 / CH 232
E32, R32
CH 62 / CH 262
E62, R62
CC 23 / CC 223
S23
CH 33 / CH 233
E33, R33
CH 63 / CH 263
E63, R63
CC 24 / CC 224
S24
CH 34 / CH 234
CH 35 / CH 235
E34, R34
E35, R35
CH 64 / CH 264
CH 65 / CH 265
E64, R64
E65, R65
CC 25 / CC 225
CC 26 / CC 226
S25
S26
CH 36 / CH 236
E36, R36
CH 66 / CH 266
E66, R66
CC 27 / CC 227
S27
CH 37 / CH 237
CH 38 / CH 238
E37, R37
E38, R38
CH 67 / CH 267
CH 68 / CH 268
E67, R67
E68, R68
CC 28 / CC 228
CC 29 / CC 229
S28
S29
CH 39 / CH 239
E39, R39
CH 69 / CH 269
E69, R69
CC 30 / CC 230
S30
CH
Channel
CH
Channel
CC
Frequency (MHz)
CC
Frequency (MHz)
CH 102
CH 103
F2
F3
CH 141
CH 142
F41
F42
CC 110
CC 111
116 - 124
124 - 132
CC 152
CC 153
391 - 399
399 - 407
CH 104
F4
CH 143
F43
CC 112
132 - 140
CC 154
407 - 415
CH 105
F5
CH 144
F44
CC 113
140 - 148
CC 155
415 - 423
CH 106
CH 107
F6
F7
CH 145
CH 146
F45
F46
CC 114
CC 115
148 - 156
156 - 164
CC 156
CC 157
423 - 431
431 - 439
CH 108
F8
CH 147
F47
CC 116
164 - 172
CC 158
439 - 447
CH 109
F9
CH 148
F48
CC 123
220 - 228
CC 159
447 - 455
CH 110
CH 121
F10
F21
CH 149
CH 150
F49
F50
CC 124
CC 125
228 - 236
236 - 244
CC 160
CC 161
455 - 463
463 - 469
CH 122
F22
CH 151
F51
CC 126
244 - 252
CH 123
F23
CH 152
F52
CC 127
252 - 260
CH 124
CH 125
F24
F25
CH 153
CH 154
F53
F54
CC 128
CC 129
260 - 268
268 - 276
CH 126
F26
CH 155
F55
CC 130
276 - 284
CH 127
CH 128
F27
F28
CH 156
CH 157
F56
F57
CC 131
CC 132
284 - 292
292 - 300
CH 129
F29
CH 158
F58
CC 133
300 - 306
CH 130
F30
CH 159
F59
CC 141
306 - 311
CH 131
CH 132
F31
F32
CH 160
CH 161
F60
F61
CC 142
CC 143
311 - 319
319 - 327
CH 133
F33
CH 162
F62
CC 144
327 - 335
CH 134
F34
CH 163
F63
CC 145
335 - 343
CH 135
CH 136
F35
F36
CH 164
CH 165
F64
F65
CC 146
CC 147
343 - 351
351 - 359
CH 137
F37
CH 166
F66
CC 148
359 - 367
CH 138
F38
CH 167
F67
CC 149
367 - 375
CH 139
CH 140
F39
F40
CH 168
CH 169
F68
F69
CC 150
CC 151
375 - 383
383 - 391
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CH/CC numbers
ENGLISH
• When two CH/CC numbers correspond to one Channel number, choose either one according to
the current COUNTRY setting. When the COUNTRY setting is other than FRANCE, choose a
two-digit CH/CC number. When the COUNTRY setting is FRANCE, choose a three-digit CH/
CC number.
• Find the CH/CC number (CC110 to CC161) corresponding to the TV channel (SECAM-L
system) from a French cable TV station, based on the broadcast frequency of the TV channel.
When you do not know the broadcast frequency, please contact the cable TV station.
• The CH/CC numbers of CH102-CH169 and CC110-CC161 correspond to the TV channels
being broadcast by a SECAM-L system. The other CH/CC numbers correspond to the TV
channels being broadcast by a method other than a SECAM-L system.
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Troubleshooting
If a problem arises while you are using the TV, please read this “Troubleshooting” well before
you request having the TV repaired. You may be able to fix it easily by yourself. For example, if
the AC plug is disconnected from the AC outlet, or the TV aerial has problems, you may think
there is a problem with the TV itself.
Important:
• This Troubleshooting guide only covers problems whose cause are not easy to determine. If a
question arise when you are operating a function, read the page(s) corresponding to the
operation of the function well, not this Troubleshooting guide.
• After you have followed the Troubleshooting description or the operating description of the
functions concerned without any success, remove the AC plug from the AC outlet and request
a repair of your TV. Do not attempt to repair the TV by yourself or remove the rear cover of
the TV.
„ If you cannot turn on the TV
• Is the AC plug connected to the AC
outlet?
• Is the Power lamp lit? If not, press the
Main power button.
„ No picture/No sound
• Have you chosen a TV channel whose
reception is extremely bad? In this case,
the BLUE BACK function will be
activated, the entire screen becomes blue,
and the sound is muted. In spite of this, if
you want to view the TV channel, follow
the description “BLUE BACK” on
page 26 to try to change the BLUE BACK
function setting to OFF.
• Have you connected the headphones to
the TV? Connecting the headphones to
the TV causes sounds not to be issued
from the TV speakers.
• If the SYSTEM setting for a TV channel
is incorrect, it may prevent the sound
from being issued. Follow the description
“EDIT/MANUAL” on page 27 to use the
MANUAL function to try to change the
SYSTEM setting.
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„ Poor picture
• If noise totally obscures the picture
(snow), the aerial or aerial cable may have
trouble. Check the following to try to
solve the trouble:
Has the TV and aerial been connected
properly?
Has the aerial cable been damaged?
Is the aerial pointed to the right
direction?
Is the aerial itself faulty?
• If the TV or aerial receives interference
from the other devices, stripes or noise
may appear in the picture. Move such
devices as an amplifier, personal
computer, or a hair drier that can cause
interference away from your TV, or try
changing its location. If the aerial suffers
interference from a radio tower or highvoltage wire, please contact your local
dealer.
• If the TV receives interference from
signal reflecting from mountains or
building, double-pictures (ghosting) will
occur. Try to change the aerial’s direction
or replace the antenna with the one with
better directionality.
• Are your COLOUR SYSTEM settings for
the TV channels correct? Follow the
description “COLOUR SYSTEM” on
page 21 to try to solve the trouble.
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Troubleshooting
„ Poor sound
• Have you adjusted BASS or TREBLE
properly? If not, follow the description
“BASS” or “TREBLE” on page 23.
When the TV channel reception is poor, it
can be hard to hear the stereo or bilingual
sound. In this case, follow the description
“STEREO / I • II” on page 23 to hear the
sound more easily by changing it to a mono
sound.
„ Operation disabled
• Have the batteries of the remote control
become exhausted? Follow the
description “Putting the batteries into the
Remote control” on page 4 and replace
them with new batteries to try to solve the
problem.
• Have you attempted to use the remote
control at the sides or rear of the TV or at
a location more than seven meters apart
from the TV location? Operate the remote
control in the front of your TV or a
location less than seven meters from your
TV to try to solve the problem.
• When you are viewing a teletext
programme, you cannot operate the
menus. Press the b button to return the
teletext programme to the ordinary TV
programme to try operating the menus.
• If the TV operation becomes disabled
suddenly, press the Main power button on
the TV and turn off the main power. Try
to press the Main power button again to
turn on the main power. If the TV returns
to a normal state, it is not a failure.
ENGLISH
• Have the COLOUR and BRIGHT settings
been adjusted properly? Follow the
description “BRIGHT” and “COLOUR”
on page 20 to try to adjust them properly.
• Videotaping teletext is not recommended
because it may not record correctly.
• When a white and bright still image (such
as a white dress) is displayed on the
screen, the white part may look as if it
were coloured. It is a phenomenon
unavoidable due to the nature of the
picture tube itself, and not due to a TV
failure. When the picture disappears from
the screen, the unnatural colours will also
disappear.
• When viewing images from commercially
available video software products, or
videos from videotapes which have been
recorded improperly, the top of the image
may be distorted. This is due to the
condition of the video signal, and not
because of malfunction.
„ Other concerns
• When the SLEEP TIMER function
operates, the TV is automatically turned
off. If the TV is turned off suddenly, try to
press the # (Standby) button to turn on
the TV once again. At this time, if the TV
resumes a normal state, there is no
problem.
• When a WSS signal is included in the
broadcast signal or the signal from an
external device, or when the TV is
receiving a control signal from an external
device, the ZOOM mode will change
automatically. When you want to return to
the previous ZOOM mode, press the
c button to choose the ZOOM
mode again.
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Troubleshooting
• If you bring a magnetised device such as a
speaker near to your TV, a picture may be
warped or unnatural colours appear at the
corners of the screen. In this case, keep
the device apart from your TV. If the
speakers causes such phenomena, use the
magnetic-shielded speakers instead.
• A picture may be tilted due to the
influence of the earth’s magnetism. In this
case, use the “PICTURE TILT” on
page 31 to complete the tilt.
• It takes a short period of time from the
time an operation such as changing
channels is performed until an image is
displayed. This is not a malfunction. This
is the time required for the image to
stabilize before it can be displayed.
• The TV may emit a crackling sound due
to a sudden change in temperature. It does
not matter if a picture or sound does not
show any abnormality. If you hear
crackling sounds frequently while you are
viewing the TV, other causes may be
assumed. For precautionary purposes,
request your service technician to inspect
it.
• Touching the screen may cause you feel a
slight electric shock due to its static
electricity. It is an unavoidable
phenomenon due to the construction of
the picture tube. It is not a problem with
the TV. You can rest assured that this
static discharge does not have harmful
influence over the human body.
• When a menu is displayed on the screen,
the ZOOM mode may be automatically
changed to the FULL mode. This is not a
malfunction. When the menu disappears,
the ZOOM mode will return to the
previously set ZOOM mode.
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Specifications
Item
Model
AV-32H50SU
AV-28H50SU
CCIR B/G, I, D/K, L
Colour systems
PAL, SECAM
• The EXT terminals also support the NTSC 3.58/4.43 MHz system.
Channels and frequencies
• E2-E12, E21-E69, S1-S41, X, Y, Z, Z+1, Z+2, ITALY A-H, ITALY H+1, ITALY
H+2, F2-F10, F21-F69, R1-R12, R21-R69
• French cable TV channel of broadcast frequencies 116 - 172 MHz and 220 469 MHz
Sound-multiplex systems
A2 (B/G, D/K), NICAM (B/G, I, D/K, L) system
Teletext systems
FLOF (Fastext), TOP, WST (World Standard System)
Power requirements
220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz
Power consumption
130 W, Standby: 2.5 W
120 W, Standby: 2.5 W
Picture tube size
Viewable area 76 cm (measured
diagonally)
Viewable area 66 cm (measured
diagonally)
Audio output
Rated Power output: 10 W + 10 W
Speakers
(13 cm × 6.5 cm) oval × 2
EXT-1 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, Audio L/R inputs and RGB inputs are available.
• TV broadcast outputs (Video and Audio L/R) are available.
EXT-2 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input, Audio L/R inputs and RGB inputs are
available.
• Video and Audio L/R outputs are available.
• T-V LINK functions are available.
EXT-3 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input and Audio L/R inputs are available.
EXT-4 terminal
RCA connectors × 3
S-VIDEO connector × 1
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input, Audio L/MONO and R inputs are available.
AUDIO OUT terminal
RCA connectors × 2
• Audio L/R outputs are available.
Headphone jack
Stereo mini-jack (3.5 mm in diameter)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
946 mm × 561 mm × 547 mm
854 mm × 508 mm × 490 mm
Weight
53.0 kg
39.0 kg
Accessories
Remote control unit × 1 (RM-C1502)
AA/R6 dry cell battery × 2
ENGLISH
Broadcasting systems
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
Pictures displayed on the screen using this TV’s ZOOM functions should not be shown for any
commercial or demonstration purpose in public places (cafes, hotels, etc.) without the consent of
the owners of copyright of the original picture sources, as this constitutes an infringement of
copyright.
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Specifications
Item
Model
AV-32H57SU
Broadcasting systems
CCIR B/G, I, D/K, L
Colour systems
PAL, SECAM
• The EXT terminals also support the NTSC 3.58/4.43 MHz system.
Channels and frequencies
• E2-E12, E21-E69, S1-S41, X, Y, Z, Z+1, Z+2, ITALY A-H, ITALY H+1, ITALY
H+2, F2-F10, F21-F69, R1-R12, R21-R69
• French cable TV channel of broadcast frequencies 116 - 172 MHz and 220 469 MHz
Sound-multiplex systems
A2 (B/G, D/K), NICAM (B/G, I, D/K, L) system
Teletext systems
FLOF (Fastext), TOP, WST (World Standard System)
Power requirements
220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz
Power consumption
130 W, Standby: 2.5 W
Picture tube size
Viewable area 76 cm (measured diagonally)
Audio output
Rated Power output: 10 W + 10 W
Speakers
(13 cm × 6.5 cm) oval × 2
EXT-1 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, Audio L/R inputs and RGB inputs are available.
• TV broadcast outputs (Video and Audio L/R) are available.
EXT-2 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input, Audio L/R inputs and RGB inputs are
available.
• Video and Audio L/R outputs are available.
• T-V LINK functions are available.
EXT-3 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input and Audio L/R inputs are available.
EXT-4 terminal
RCA connectors × 3
S-VIDEO connector × 1
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input, Audio L/MONO and R inputs are available.
AUDIO OUT terminal
RCA connectors × 2
• Audio L/R outputs are available.
Headphone jack
Stereo mini-jack (3.5 mm in diameter)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
948 mm × 562 mm × 550 mm
Weight
52.5 kg
Accessories
Remote control unit × 1 (RM-C1502)
AA/R6 dry cell battery × 2
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
Pictures displayed on the screen using this TV’s ZOOM functions should not be shown for any
commercial or demonstration purpose in public places (cafes, hotels, etc.) without the consent of
the owners of copyright of the original picture sources, as this constitutes an infringement of
copyright.
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AV-32H5SK
AV-28H5SK
COLOUR TELEVISION
INSTRUCTIONS
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„ Warning
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this
equipment. If the plug fitted is not suitable
for the power points in your home or the cable
is too short to reach a power point, then obtain
an appropriate safety approved extension lead
or adaptor or consult your dealer.
If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off,
remove the fuse and dispose of the plug
immediately, to avoid a possible shock
hazard by inadvertent connection to the
mains supply.
If a new mains plug has to be fitted, then
follow the instruction given below:
Important
Do not make any connection to the larger
terminal which is marked with the letter E or
by the safety earth symbol
or coloured
green or green-and-yellow.
The wires in the mains lead on this product
are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
As these colours may not correspond with the
coloured marking identifying the terminals in
your plug proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured blue must be
connected to the terminal which is marked
with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be
connected to the terminal which is marked
with the letter L or coloured red.
When replacing the fuse, use only a correctly
rated approved type and always re-fit the fuse
cover.
„ If in doubt — consult a competent
electrician.
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse
compartment with a
blade screwdriver, and
replace the fuse.
Fuse
„ Guidelines for safe operation
This equipment has been designed and manufactured to comply with international safety
standards. However, as with any electrical appliance, care must be taken to ensure optimal results
and operational safety.
• Before attempting to use this equipment, read the operating instructions thoroughly.
• Ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads, etc.) have
been made in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
• If ever in doubt about the installation, operation or safety of this equipment, consult your dealer.
• Handle all glass panels or covers with care.
• Never operate this equipment if it appears damaged or operates abnormally. Turn the power
off, disconnect the main power plug and consult your dealer.
• Never remove any affixed panels or covers. Doing so may result in electrical shock.
• Never leave this equipment operating unattended unless otherwise specifically stated that it is
designed to do so or in standby mode. Only use the designated power switch to turn off the
power and ensure that all potential users are instructed how to do so. Make special
arrangements for infirm or handicapped persons.
• Never watch TV while operating a motor vehicle. It is illegal to watch TV while driving.
• Never listen to headphones at high volume. Doing so may damage your hearing.
• Never obstruct the ventilation of this equipment. Doing so may cause overheating and result in
a malfunction or damage.
• Never use makeshift stands or attempt to affix legs with wood screws. When using a
manufacturer’s approved stand or legs, use only the fixtures provided and follow the
installation instructions.
• Never allow this equipment to be exposed to rain or moisture.
• Never allow anyone, especially children, to insert anything into an opening in the case. Doing
so may result in a fatal electrical shock.
• Never guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind. It is better to be safe than sorry.
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How to move the TV
When moving the TV, make sure that it is held by two people as shown in the illustration. Be careful
not to trap your hands when putting the TV down.
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2
3
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Thank you for buying this JVC colour television.
To make sure you understand how to use your new TV, please read this manual thoroughly before you
begin.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
• Operate only from the power source specified (AC 220 – 240 V, 50 Hz) on the unit.
• Avoid damaging the AC plug and power cord.
• When you are not using this unit for a long period of time, it is recommended that you disconnect
the power cord from the mains outlet.
Distance recommendations
Avoid improper installation and never position the unit
where good ventilation is impossible.
When installing this TV, distance recommendations
must be maintained between the set and the wall, as well
as inside a tightly enclosed area or piece of furniture.
Keep to the minimum distance guidelines shown for safe
operation.
Failure to take the following precautions may result in damage to the TV or
remote control.
DO NOT block the TV’s ventilation openings or holes.
(If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be
able to get out.)
DO NOT place anything on top of the TV.
(such as cosmetics or medicines, flower vases, potted plants, cups, etc.)
DO NOT allow objects or liquid into the cabinet openings.
(If water or liquid is allowed to enter this equipment, fire or electric shock may be caused.)
DO NOT place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on the TV.
The surface of the TV screen is easily damaged. Be very careful with it when handling the TV.
Should the TV screen become soiled, wipe it with a soft dry cloth. Never rub it hard.
Never use any cleaner or detergent on it.
In the event of a fault, unplug the unit and call a service technician. Do not attempt to repair it
yourself or remove the rear cover.
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CONTENTS
Setting up your TV ...................................6
PICTURE menu ...................................... 22
Connecting the aerial and VCR ................. 6
Connecting the power cord to the AC
outlet....................................................... 7
Putting the batteries into the remote
control..................................................... 7
Initial settings ............................................. 7
T-V LINK FUNCTIONS ............................ 10
PICTURE MODE...................................... 22
CONTRAST ............................................. 22
BRIGHT.................................................... 22
SHARP..................................................... 22
COLOUR.................................................. 22
HUE.......................................................... 22
COLOUR TEMP....................................... 22
FEATURES .............................................. 23
TV buttons and functions......................12
Turn the main power on ........................... 12
Turn the TV on from standby mode ......... 12
Choose a TV channel .............................. 12
Adjust the volume .................................... 12
Remote control buttons and
functions..............................................13
Turn the TV on or off from standby mode ... 13
Choose a TV channel .............................. 13
Watch images from external devices ....... 14
Adjust the volume .................................... 15
Displaying the current time ...................... 15
ZOOM function......................................... 16
HYPER SOUND function ......................... 17
Return to TV channel instantly................. 17
Operating a JVC brand VCR or DVD
player.................................................... 17
Teletext function ....................................18
Basic operation ........................................ 18
Using the List Mode ................................. 18
Hold.......................................................... 19
Sub-page ................................................. 19
Reveal...................................................... 19
Size .......................................................... 19
Index ........................................................ 19
Cancel...................................................... 20
SOUND menu ......................................... 25
STEREO / I • II ......................................... 25
BASS........................................................ 25
TREBLE ................................................... 25
BALANCE ................................................ 25
HYPER SOUND....................................... 25
FEATURES menu................................... 26
SLEEP TIMER ......................................... 26
CHILD LOCK............................................ 26
BLUE BACK ............................................. 28
SET UP menu ......................................... 29
AUTO PROGRAM.................................... 29
EDIT/MANUAL ......................................... 29
LANGUAGE ............................................. 32
PICTURE TILT ......................................... 33
DECODER (EXT-2).................................. 33
EXT SETTING.......................................... 34
Additional preparation .......................... 37
Connecting the external devices .............. 37
CH numbers ........................................... 39
Troubleshooting .................................... 40
Specifications ........................................ 43
Using the TV’s menu..............................21
Basic operation ........................................ 21
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Setting up your TV
Caution
• Turn off all the equipment including the TV before connecting anything.
Connecting the aerial and VCR
• The connecting cables are not provided.
• For further details, refer to the manuals provided with the devices to be connected.
„ If connecting a VCR, follow A →
B → C.
Aerial
„ If not connecting a VCR, follow 1.
Back of the TV
To operate T-V LINK functions, a T-V
LINK compatible VCR must be connected to
the EXT-2 terminal on the TV. For details
about T-V LINK functions, see “T-V LINK
FUNCTIONS” on page 10.
75-ohm
Coaxial
Cable
EXT-1
L
R
• A video can be viewed from the VCR
without performing C. For details, refer
to your VCR instruction manual.
• To connect additional external devices,
please see “Additional preparation” on
page 37.
• To connect speakers and amplifier, please
see “Connecting Speakers/Amplifier” on
page 38.
• When a decoder is connected to a T-V
LINK compatible VCR, set the
DECODER (EXT-2) function to ON. For
details, see “DECODER (EXT-2)” on
page 33. Otherwise, you will not be able
to view scrambled channels.
EXT-2
S
21-pin
SCART
Cable
EXT-3
AUDIO OUT
S
75-ohm
Coaxial
Cable
To Aerial
Input
VCR
AV IN/OUT
Terminal
To Aerial
Output
„ Rear Panel
1
2
3
4
5
EXT-1
L
R
EXT-2
S
6
EXT-3
S
AUDIO OUT
Aerial socket (6)
EXT-1 terminal (6, 34, 37)
EXT-2 terminal (6, 10, 34, 37)
EXT-3 terminal (34, 37)
AUDIO OUT terminal (38)
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Setting up your TV
Connecting the power cord to
the AC outlet
Caution
• Operate only from the power source
specified (AC 220 – 240 V, 50 Hz) on the
unit.
Initial settings
When the TV is first turned on, it enters the
initial setting mode, and the JVC logo is
displayed. Follow the instructions on the onscreen display to make the initial settings.
0
AV
Blue button
P
TV
MENU
OK
Putting the batteries into the
remote control
Use two AA/R6 dry cell batteries.
Insert the batteries from the - end, making
sure the + and - polarities are correct.
1 Press the Main power button on the
TV
The Power lamp lights, and the JVC logo
is displayed.
Main power
button
• Follow the warnings printed on the
batteries.
• Battery life is about six months to one
year, depending on your frequency of use.
• The batteries we supply are only for
setting up and testing your TV, please
replace them as soon as necessary.
• If the remote control does not work
properly, replace the batteries.
Power lamp
• The JVC logo does not appear when
your TV has been turned on once. In
this case, use the “LANGUAGE” and
“AUTO PROGRAM” functions to
make the initial settings. For details,
see “SET UP menu” on page 29.
2 Press the a button
The LANGUAGE menu appears.
LANGUAGE
TV
OK
D0002(E) -EN
• To receive satellite broadcast you need
a satellite tuner.
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3 Press the a button to start the
AUTO PROGRAM function
The AUTO PROGRAM menu appears
and received TV channels are
automatically registered in the
Programme numbers (PR).
• To cancel the AUTO PROGRAM
function:
Press the b button.
CH 24
10%
OK
D0004 -EN
After the TV channels have been
registered in the Programme
numbers (PR), the EDIT menu
appears
• You can begin to edit the Programme
numbers (PR) using the EDIT/
MANUAL function. For details, see
“EDIT/MANUAL” on page 29.
• If you do not need to use the EDIT/
MANUAL function, go to the next
step.
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
OK
MOVE
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
36
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
ID
INSERT
D0038 -EN
8
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
RECORDING DEVICE
OK
EXIT
D0005-EN
5 If you do not have a T-V LINK
compatible VCR connected:
Press the b button to exit the T-V LINK
menu.
The T-V LINK menu disappears.
AUTO PROGRAM
TV
4 Press the a button to display the
T-V LINK menu
MANUAL
DELETE
If you have a T-V LINK compatible
VCR connected to the EXT-2
terminal:
Follow the operating procedure
“Downloading the data to VCR” on
page 10 to transmit the Programme
number (PR) data.
Now, the initial settings are complete,
and you can watch the TV
• BBC1, BBC2, ITV, Channel 4 and
Channel 5 are automatically set to the
programme numbers PR1 to PR5. If the
TV doesn’t receive one of these TV
channels, that programme number (PR)
will not be set. Programme number PR6 is
not normally set.
• When your TV can detect the TV channel
name from the TV channel broadcast
signal, it automatically registers the TV
channel name (ID) to the Programme
number (PR) in which the TV channel has
been registered.
• If a TV channel you want to view is not
set to a Programme number (PR),
manually set it using the MANUAL
function. For details, see “EDIT/
MANUAL” on page 29.
• The TV channel is not registered in
Programme number PR 0 (AV). When
you want to register a TV channel to PR 0
(AV), manually set it using the
MANUAL function. For details, see
“EDIT/MANUAL” on page 29.
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Setting up your TV
• In some areas you may get TV reception
from more than one transmitter, for
example different ITV regions. In this
case each TV channel could be set twice.
If this happens, the first set of channels
will have the stronger signal. If you want
to delete the second set of channels, you
will have to do it manually (see page 30).
If you have any problems setting up your
new TV, please call the
Helpline on 0870 330 5000.
„ ACI function
This TV has an ACI function which decodes
the ACI (Automatic Channel Installation)
data.
Using the ACI function allows all TV
channels transmitted from the cable TV
station to be properly registered quickly
according to the data from the cable TV
station.
Caution
• If your cable TV station broadcasts ACI
data and if “ACI START/ACI SKIP”
appears in the AUTO PROGRAM menu,
the ACI function is enabled. In all other
cases, it is disabled.
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose
ACI START. Then press the a
button to start the ACI function
When you don’t want to use the ACI
function:
Press the 6 buttons to choose ACI
SKIP and then press the a button.
If the AUTO PROGRAM menu
changes to another menu:
Depending on your cable TV station,
there may be a broadcast selection menu
set up by the cable TV station.
Follow the menu indications and use the
5 and 6 buttons to operate the
menu. After you have made the setting,
press the a button.
If “ACI ERROR” is displayed in the
AUTO PROGRAM menu:
“ACI ERROR” denotes that the ACI
function is not working properly. Press
the a button to start the ACI function
again.
If “ACI ERROR” still appears even after
you have tried to start the ACI function
several times, press the 3 button to start
the AUTO PROGRAM function. It does
not cause any problem because all the TV
channels are registered to the Programme
numbers (PR) by the AUTO PROGRAM
function.
2 When the settings are completed,
the EDIT menu is displayed. Return
to the instructions that you were
reading before, and continue the
operation
When the “Initial settings” have
been made:
Return to step 6 of “Initial settings” on
page 7.
When the “AUTO PROGRAM” has
been made:
Return to step 6 of “Initial settings” on
page 7.
• If you have any questions about the
items in the Broadcast Selection menu
or how to operate the menu, please
contact your cable TV station.
• When the cable TV broadcast
reception is poor, the ACI function
will not work properly.
• If there is an error in the ACI data
itself, the TV channel cannot be
registered properly. If this happens,
turn the ACI function off (ACI SKIP)
and use the AUTO PROGRAM
function. Alternatively, use the EDIT/
MANUAL function to correct the
Programme number (PR) setting.
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Setting up your TV
„ Downloading the data to VCR
You can transmit the latest Programme
numbers (PR) data to the VCR with the T-V
LINK function.
Caution
• This only works when the T-V LINK
compatible VCR is connected to the
EXT-2 terminal.
• This only works when the T-V LINK
menu is displayed.
T-V LINK
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
EXIT
D0005-EN
1 Turn on the VCR
2 Press the a button
The data transmission begins.
RECORDING DEVICE
TRANSFER. . . . .
D0037-EN
The T-V LINK menu disappears once the
data transmission ends.
When the T-V LINK menu is
changed over to another menu:
The menu operation at the TV side is
completed and it is shifted to the menu
operation at the VCR side. Refer to the
VCR Instruction Manual and operate the
VCR.
If “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE”
appears at the T-V LINK menu, ensure
the following three items are correct; then
press the a button to retry data
transmission.
• Has the T-V LINK compatible VCR
been connected to the EXT-2
terminal?
• Has the VCR power been turned on?
• Does the SCART cable that connects
the EXT-2 terminal to the T-V LINK
compatible VCR have all its proper
connections?
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When a T-V LINK compatible VCR is
connected to the EXT-2 Terminal on the TV,
it is easier to set up the VCR and to view
videos. T-V LINK uses the following
features:
To use T-V LINK functions:
A T-V LINK compatible VCR is necessary.
The VCR must be connected to the EXT-2
terminal on the TV by a fully wired SCART
cable.
RECORDING DEVICE
OK
DOWNLOAD TV
T-V LINK FUNCTIONS
A “T-V LINK compatible VCR” means a
JVC VCR with the T-V LINK logo or a VCR
with one of the following logos. However,
these VCRs may support some or all of the
features described below. For details, refer to
your VCR instruction manual.
“Q-LINK” (a trademark of Panasonic
Corporation)
“Data Logic” (a trademark of Metz
Corporation)
“Easy Link” (a trademark of Phillips
Corporation)
“Megalogic” (a trademark of Grundig
Corporation)
“SMARTLINK” (a trademark of Sony
Corporation)
„ Pre-set Download
Download the registered data on the TV
channels from the TV to the VCR.
The Preset Download function automatically
begins when the initial setting is complete or
whenever the AUTO PROGRAM or EDIT/
MANUAL operations are performed.
• This function can be operated via VCR
operation.
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Setting up your TV
When “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE” is
displayed:
If “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE” is
displayed, the download was not performed
correctly. Before trying to download again,
make sure:
• The VCR power is turned on.
• The VCR is T-V LINK compatible.
• The VCR is connected to the EXT-2
terminal.
• The SCART cable is fully wired.
„ TV Auto Power On/VCR Image
View
When the VCR starts playing, the TV
automatically turns on and the images from
EXT-2 terminal are displayed on the screen.
When the VCR menu is operated, the TV
automatically turns on and the images from
EXT-2 terminal are displayed on the screen.
• This function does not operate if your
TV’s main power is turned off. Set your
TV’s main power to on (standby mode).
„ Direct Rec
“What You See Is What You Record”
You can record to VCR the images that you
are currently viewing on TV by a simple
operation. For details, read the manual for
your VCR. Operate via the VCR. “VCR IS
RECORDING” is displayed.
In the following conditions, the VCR
will stop recording if the TV is turned
off, if the TV channel or input is
switched, or if the menu is displayed
on the TV:
• When recording images from an external
device connected to the TV.
• When recording a TV channel after it has
been unscrambled on a decoder.
• When recording a TV channel by using
the TV’s output because that TV channel
cannot be properly received on the VCR’s
tuner.
• When the VCR is not ready (for example,
when there is no tape inserted), “NO
RECORDING” is displayed.
• Operation via the TV is not possible.
• Generally, the VCR cannot record a TV
channel that cannot be received properly
by the VCR’s tuner, even though you can
view that TV channel on the TV.
However, some VCRs can record a TV
channel by using the TV’s output if that
channel can be viewed on the TV, even
though the TV channel cannot be received
properly by the VCR’s tuner. For details,
refer to your VCR instruction manual.
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TV buttons and functions
Turn the main power on
Press the Main power button on the
TV.
The Power lamp lights red and your TV is in
the standby mode.
To turn the Main power off:
Press the Main power button again.
The Power lamp goes off.
Caution
• The main power button on the TV does
not fully isolate the TV from the AC
supply. If you are not going to use this TV
for a long period of time, be sure to
disconnect the AC plug from the AC
socket.
Turn the TV on from standby
mode
Press the P p buttons to turn the TV
on from standby mode
When the TV is turned on, the power lamp
dims slightly.
S
R
L/MONO
EXT-4
P
Choose a TV channel
S
R
L/MONO
EXT-4
P
Press the P p buttons to choose a
programme number (PR) or an EXT
terminal
Adjust the volume
1 Press the r (Volume) button
The volume level indicator appears.
Refer to the pages in parentheses for details.
1 Main power button (7, 12)
2 Power lamp (7, 12)
3 Remote control sensor
4 r (Volume) button (12)
5 P p buttons/ q buttons (12)
6 Headphone jack (mini jack) (37)
7 EXT-4 terminal (34, 37)
12
2 Press the q buttons while the
volume level indicator is displayed
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Remote control buttons and functions
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
P
TV
AV
MENU
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
=
~
Muting button
Number buttons
c button
i (hyper sound) button
Information button
b button
5 buttons
# (standby) button
Colour buttons
a button
6 buttons
VCR/DVD/Teletext control button
VCR P DVD switch g (text) button
Turn the TV on or off from
standby mode
OK
P
F.T/L
Press the # (standby) button to turn
the TV on or off.
When the TV is turned on, the power lamp
dims slightly.
• The power can be turned on by pressing
the b button, 6 buttons or Number
buttons.
Choose a TV channel
TV
„ Use the number buttons:
Enter the programme number (PR)
of the channel using the number
buttons.
Example:
• PR 6 → press 6
• PR 12 → press 1 and 2
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Remote control buttons and functions
„ Use the 6 buttons:
Press the 6 buttons to choose
the programme number (PR) you
want.
„ Use the PR LIST:
1 Press the h (Information) button to
display the PR LIST
Pressing the h (Information) button
changes the display as follows:
Watch images from external
devices
„ Use the o button:
Press the o button to choose
an EXT terminal.
TV mode
Programme
numbers
PR 1 – PR 99
EXT modes
EXT-1
EXT-2
EXT-4
EXT-3
PR LIST
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
12 : 00
No indication
OK
D0011-EN
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose a Programme number (PR).
Then press the a button
• For Programme numbers (PR) with the
CHILD LOCK function set, the n
(CHILD LOCK) mark is displayed
next to the Programme number (PR) in
the PR LIST.
• Even if you try to choose a Programme
number (PR) with the CHILD LOCK
function set, the n (CHILD LOCK)
mark will appear, and you cannot
watch the TV channel. To watch the
TV channel, see “CHILD LOCK” on
page 26.
• If the picture is tilted, correct it. See
“PICTURE TILT” on page 33.
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„ Use the 6 buttons:
Press the 6 buttons to choose
an EXT terminal.
„ Use the PR LIST:
1 Press the h (Information) button to
display the PR LIST
2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose an EXT terminal. Then
press the a button
• The EXT terminals are registered after
the Programme number PR 99.
• You can choose a video input signal
from the S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal)
and regular video signal (composite
signal). For details, see “S-IN (SVIDEO input)” on page 34.
• If you do not have a clear picture or no
colour appears, change the colour
system manually. See “COLOUR
SYSTEM” on page 23.
• If you choose an EXT terminal with no
input signal, the EXT terminal number
becomes fixed on the screen.
• This TV set has a function which can
automatically change over the input
according to a special signal output
from an external device. (The EXT-4
terminal does not support it.)
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Remote control buttons and functions
To return to a TV channel:
Press the b button, the 6 buttons or the
Number buttons.
To use the Programme number PR 0
(AV):
When the TV and VCR are connected only
by the Aerial cable, choosing the Programme
number PR 0 (AV) allows you to view
images from the VCR. Set the VCR RF
channel to the Programme number PR 0
(AV) manually. For details, see “EDIT/
MANUAL” on page 29.
Pressing the o button changes the
choice as follows:
You can display the Current Time on the
screen.
Press the h (Information) button to
display the current time
Pressing the h (Information) button changes
the display as follows:
PR LIST
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
EXT modes
TV mode
Programme
numbers
PR 1 – PR 99
Displaying the current time
PR 0
EXT-1
EXT-2
TV
ID
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
12 : 00
No indication
OK
D0011-EN
EXT-4
EXT-3
• The VCR RF channel is sent as the RF
signal from the VCR.
• Also refer to your VCR instruction
manual.
• This TV uses teletext data to set the
current time. If the TV has not received a
TV channel that has teletext programmes
since it was turned on, the time display is
blank. To view the current time, choose a
TV channel that has teletext programmes.
• When watching videos, an incorrect
current time is sometimes displayed.
Adjust the volume
Press the 5 buttons to adjust the
volume.
The Volume indicator appears and the
volume changes as you press the q
buttons.
„ Muting the sound
Press the l (muting) button to
turn off the sound.
Pressing the l (muting) button again
restores the previous volume level.
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Remote control buttons and functions
ZOOM function
You can change the screen size according to
the picture aspect ratio. Choose the optimum
one from the following ZOOM modes.
AUTO:
For any picture format except Normal Picture
(4:3 Aspect Ratio), the picture will be
automatically displayed in the optimum
screen size.
For Normal Picture (4:3 Aspect Ratio), the
picture displayed in accordance with the
ZOOM mode set on the 4:3 AUTO ASPECT
menu. For details, see “4:3 AUTO ASPECT”
on page 24.
• AUTO may not function properly with
poor signal quality. In this case, choose an
optimum ZOOM mode manually.
• This TV supports WSS (wide-screen
signals). When broadcasts with WSS are
received with the ZOOM mode set at
AUTO, the most suitable ZOOM mode is
automatically chosen according to the
WSS received.
REGULAR:
Use to view a normal picture (4:3 aspect
ratio) as its original size is.
16:9 ZOOM:
This mode zooms up the Wide Picture (16:9
Aspect Ratio) to the full screen.
16:9 ZOOM SUBTITLE:
This mode zooms up the Wide Picture (16:9
Aspect Ratio) with subtitles to the full
screen.
FULL:
This mode uniformly stretches the left and
right sides of a normal picture (4:3 aspect
ratio) to fill the wide TV screen.
Use for pictures with a 16:9 aspect ratio that
have been squeezed into a normal picture
(4:3 aspect ratio), you can restore their
original dimensions.
„ Choose the ZOOM mode
1 Press the c button to display
the ZOOM menu
ZOOM
PANORAMIC:
This mode stretches the left and right sides of
a normal picture (4:3 Aspect Ratio) to fill the
screen, without making the picture appear
unnatural.
AUTO
REGULAR
PANORAMIC
14:9 ZOOM
16:9 ZOOM
16:9 ZOOM SUBTITLE
FULL
TV
OK
D0009-EN
• The top and bottom of the picture are
slightly cut off.
14:9 ZOOM:
This mode zooms up the Wide Picture (14:9
Aspect Ratio) to the upper and lower limits
of the screen.
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2 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
ZOOM mode. Then press the a
button
The picture expands and the chosen
ZOOM mode is displayed in about 5
seconds.
• The ZOOM mode may be
automatically changed due to the
control signal from an external device.
When you want to return to the
previous ZOOM mode, choose the
ZOOM mode again.
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Remote control buttons and functions
„ Adjusting the visible area of the
picture
If subtitles or the top (or bottom) of the
picture are cut off, adjust the visible area of
the picture manually.
1 Press the c button
The ZOOM menu appears.
2 Press the a button to display the
ZOOM mode indication
Indicator is displayed.
16 : 9 ZOOM
D0010-EN
3 While it is displayed, press the 6
buttons to adjust the visible area
vertically
• You cannot adjust the visible area in
REGULAR or FULL mode.
The visible area adjustment is saved even
after the TV channel is changed.
However, it is cancelled if the following
operations are performed.
• The power is turned off/on
• The ZOOM mode is changed
• The g (Text) button is pressed
• The TV is switched between TV mode
and EXT mode
HYPER SOUND function
You can enjoy sounds with a wider
ambience.
Press the / (HYPER SOUND) button
to turn the HYPER SOUND function on
or off
• The HYPER SOUND function does not
work properly with mono sound.
• The HYPER SOUND function can be
also turned on or off by using the SOUND
menu. For details, see “HYPER SOUND”
on page 25.
Return to TV channel instantly
You can return to a TV channel instantly.
Press the b button
The TV returns to the TV mode and a TV
channel appears.
Operating a JVC brand VCR or
DVD player
You can operate a JVC brand VCR or DVD
player. Pressing the button having the same
appearance as the original remote control
button of a device makes the function work
in the same way as the original remote
control.
1 Set the VCR P DVD Switch to the
VCR or DVD position
VCR:
When you are operating the VCR, set the
switch to the VCR position.
DVD:
When you are operating the DVD player,
set the switch to the DVD position.
2 Press the VCR/DVD Control Button
to control your VCR or DVD player
• If your device is not made by JVC,
these buttons cannot be used.
• Even if your device is made by JVC,
some of these buttons or any one of the
buttons may not work, depending on
the device.
• You can use the p buttons to choose
a TV channel. The VCR will receive or
choose the chapter the DVD player
plays back.
• Some DVD player models use the p
buttons for both operating of Fast
forward/backward functions and
choosing the chapter. In this case, the
253 buttons do not work.
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Teletext function
0
P
TV
4 Choose a teletext page by pressing
the 6 buttons, Number buttons
or Colour buttons
AV
To return to the TV mode:
Press the b button or g (Text) button.
MENU
OK
P
F.T/L
Basic operation
1 Choose a TV channel with a teletext
broadcast
2 Set the VCR P DVD switch to the
P (Text) position
3 Press g (Text) button to display
the teletext
Pressing g (Text) button changes the
mode as follows:
TEXT --TEXT ---
• If you have trouble receiving teletext
broadcasts, consult your local dealer or
the teletext station.
• No menu operations are possible when
viewing a teletext programme.
• Language display depends on the
country which was set on the
COUNTRY menu. If characters on a
Teletext programme do not appear
properly, change the COUNTRY
Setting to other country’s. To change
the COUNTRY setting, perform steps
1 and 2 of the “AUTO PROGRAM”
procedure on page 29 and then press
the a button.
The last teletext page displayed is memorised.
The last teletext page is cleared under
following conditions.
• Turning the power off
• Changing the channel
• Switching the TV input
Using the List Mode
You can store the numbers of your favourite
teletext pages in memory and call them up
quickly using the colour buttons.
„ To store the page numbers:
TV mode
Text mode
1 Press B button to engage the
List mode
The stored page numbers are displayed at
the bottom of the screen.
2 Press a Colour button to choose a
position. Then press the Number
buttons to enter the page number
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Teletext function
3 Press and hold down A (Store)
button
The four page numbers blink white to
indicate that they are stored in memory.
„ To call up a stored page:
1 Press the B button to engage
the List mode
Reveal
Some teletext pages include hidden text
(such as answers to a quiz).
You can display the hidden text.
Each time you press the E (Reveal)
button, text is hidden or revealed
2 Press a colour button to which a
page has been assigned
To exit the List mode:
Press the B button again.
Hold
You can hold a teletext page on the screen for
as long as you want, even while several other
teletext pages are being received.
Size
You can double the height of the teletext
display.
Press the F (Size) button.
Press the C (Hold) button
Hold indication
To cancel the Hold function:
Press C (Hold) button again.
Sub-page
Some teletext pages include sub-pages that
are automatically displayed.
You can hold any sub-page, or view it at any
time.
Index
You can return to the index page instantly.
Press G (Index) button
Returns to page 100 or a previously specified
page.
1 Press the D (Sub-page) button to
operate the Sub-page function
2 Press the Number buttons to enter
a sub-page number
Example:
• 3rd sub-page → press 0, 0, 0 and 3.
To cancel the Sub-page function:
Press the D (Sub-page) button again.
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Teletext function
Cancel
You can search for a teletext page while
watching TV.
1 Press the Number button to enter a
page number, or press a Colour
button
The TV searches for a teletext page.
2 Press H (Cancel) button
The TV programme appears. When the
TV finds the teletext page, its page
number appears in the upper left of the
screen.
3 Press H (Cancel) button to return
to a teletext page when the page
number is on the screen
• The TV mode cannot be resumed even
by pressing the H (Cancel) button. A
TV programme is temporarily
displayed instead of the teletext
programme.
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Using the TV’s menu
This TV has a number of functions you can
operate using menus. To fully utilize all your
TV’s functions, you need to understand the
basic menu operating techniques fully.
0
AV
Blue button
P
TV
MENU
OK
4 Press the 5 buttons to choose
the setting of that function
• If you want to operate a function
which appears only with its name,
follow the descriptions of that function
on the following pages.
• The display appearing at the bottom of
a menu shows you a button on the
remote control that you can use when
you operate a chosen function.
D0053
TV
Basic operation
1 Press the a button to display the
MENU (main menu)
MENU
b button
OK
a button
5 Press the a button to complete
the setting
The menu disappears.
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
SET UP
TV
OK
D0060-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
menu title, and press the a button
The menu appears.
To return to the previous menu:
Press the h (information) button.
To exit a menu instantly:
Press the b button.
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
function
• For details of the functions in the
menus, see the following pages.
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PICTURE menu
COLOUR
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARP
COLOUR
HUE
COLOUR TEMP.
FEATURES
TV
SOFT
NORMAL
OK
RESET
D0014 -EN
• While the PICTURE menu is displayed,
pressing the blue button will set the
CONTRAST, BRIGHT, SHARP,
COLOUR, HUE settings to their default
settings.
PICTURE MODE
You can choose one of three PICTURE
MODEs to adjust the picture settings
automatically.
BRIGHT:
Heightens contrast and sharpness.
STANDARD:
Standardizes picture adjustment.
SOFT:
Softens contrast and sharpness.
CONTRAST
You can adjust the picture contrast.
2 : lower
3 : higher
BRIGHT
You can adjust the picture brightness.
2 : darker
3 : brighter
SHARP
You can adjust the picture sharpness.
2 : softer
3 : sharper
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You can adjust the picture colour.
2 : lighter
3 : deeper
HUE
You can adjust the picture tint.
2 : reddish
3 : greenish
• You can change the HUE setting (picture
hue) when the colour system is NTSC
3.58, NTSC 4.43. (See “Specifications”
on page 43)
COLOUR TEMP.
You can select one of three COLOUR
TEMP. modes (three tones of white) to adjust
the white balance of the picture. Since white
is the colour which is used as a reference for
all the other colours, changing the COLOUR
TEMP. mode affects the appearance of all
the other colours on the screen.
COOL:
A bluish white. Using this mode when
watching bright pictures allows you to enjoy
a more vivid and bright picture.
NORMAL:
The normal white colour.
WARM:
A reddish white. Using this mode when
watching films allows you to enjoy colours
that are characteristic of films.
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PICTURE menu
„ COLOUR SYSTEM
FEATURES
Choose FEATURES and press the a or 3
button to display the sub-menu.
The colour system is chosen automatically.
However, if the picture is not clear or no
colour appears, choose the colour system
manually.
FEATURES
COLOUR SYSTEM
DIGITAL VNR
COLOUR SYSTEM
4:3 AUTO ASPECT
TV
MIN
PAL
OK
TV
OK
D1015-EN
D0016-EN
„ DIGITAL VNR
The DIGITAL VNR function cuts down the
amount of noise (snow) in the original picture.
You can choose from the three DIGITAL
VNR function settings of AUTO, MIN and
MAX.
The TV and external input may be given
different DIGITAL VNR settings.
AUTO:
The TV will automatically adjust the level of
the DIGITAL VNR effect to match the
amount of noise in the picture, giving you the
best possible picture.
• If you set the DIGITAL VNR effect too
high it can make the picture less sharp. It
is recommended to use the AUTO setting
if you can.
MIN:
The level of the DIGITAL VNR effect is set
to the minimum. If you set the DIGITAL
VNR function to AUTO but feel that the
sharpness of the original picture has not been
reproduced fully, change the setting from
AUTO to MIN.
• The MIN setting is not suitable for lowquality pictures which contain a lot of
noise.
1 Choose COLOUR SYSTEM then
press the a button
2 Press the 5 buttons to chose the
appropriate colour system.
Then press the a button
PAL:
PAL system
NTSC 3.58:
NTSC 3.58 MHz system
NTSC 4.43:
NTSC 4.43 MHz system
AUTO:
This function detects a colour system from
the input signal. You can only do this when
you are viewing a picture from Programme
number PR 0 (AV), or an EXT terminal.
• The AUTO function may not function
properly if you have poor signal quality.
If the picture is abnormal in the AUTO
function, choose another colour system
manually.
• When in the Programme numbers PR 0
(AV) to PR 99, you cannot choose NTSC
3.58 or NTSC 4.43.
MAX:
The level of the DIGITAL VNR effect is set
to the maximum. If you set the DIGITAL
VNR function to AUTO but still notice some
noise, change the setting from AUTO to
MAX.
• The MAX setting is not suitable for highquality pictures which contain very little
noise.
OFF:
The DIGITAL VNR function is turned off.
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PICTURE menu
„ 4:3 AUTO ASPECT
You can choose one of three ZOOM modes,
REGULAR, PANORAMIC or 14:9 ZOOM,
as the ZOOM mode for the normal picture
(4:3 aspect ratio).
1 Choose 4:3 AUTO ASPECT then
press the a button
4:3 AUTO ASPECT
PANORAMIC
REGULAR
14:9 ZOOM
TV
OK
D0017-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
ZOOM mode. Then press the a
button
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SOUND menu
BALANCE
SOUND
STEREO/
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
HYPER SOUND
TV
OFF
OK
You can adjust the volume balance between
the left and right speaker.
2 : turn the left speaker’s volume level up.
3 : turn the right speaker’s volume level up.
D0019-EN
STEREO / I • II
When you are viewing a bilingual broadcast
programme, you can choose the sound from
Bilingual I (Sub I) or Bilingual II (Sub II).
When the stereo broadcasting is received
poorly, you can change from stereo to mono
sound so that you can hear the broadcast
more clearly and easily.
s: Stereo sound
v : mono sound
t : Bilingual I (sub I)
u : Bilingual II (sub II)
HYPER SOUND
Mono sound is converted to simulated stereo
for a more enjoyable audio experience.
ON:
This function is turned on.
OFF:
This function is turned off.
• The HYPER SOUND function does not
work properly with mono sound.
• You can turn the HYPER SOUND
function on or off with a single press. For
details, see “HYPER SOUND function”
on page 17.
• The sound mode you can choose differs
depending on the TV programme.
• This function does not work in the EXT
modes. And this function does not appear
in the SOUND menu.
BASS
You can adjust the low tone of the sound.
2 : weaker
3 : strong
TREBLE
You can adjust the high tone of the sound.
2 : weaker
3 : strong
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FEATURES menu
To cancel the SLEEP TIMER
function:
Press the 2 button to set a period of time
to “OFF”.
FEATURES
SLEEP TIMER
CHILD LOCK
BLUE BACK
TV
ON
OK
CHILD LOCK
D0023-EN
SLEEP TIMER
You can set the TV to automatically turn off
after a specified period of time.
1 Choose SLEEP TIMER, then press
the a button
A Sub-menu of the SLEEP TIMER
function appears.
SLEEP TIMER
0
120
OFF
TV
„ To set the CHILD LOCK function
OK
D0024-EN
2 Press the 5 buttons to set the
period of time.
Then press the a button
You can set the period of time a
maximum of 120 minutes (2 hours) in 10
minute increments.
• One minute before the SLEEP TIMER
function turns off the TV, “GOOD
NIGHT!” appears.
• The SLEEP TIMER function cannot
be used to turn off the TV’s main
power.
• When the SLEEP TIMER function is
on, you can display the Sub-menu of
the SLEEP TIMER function again to
confirm and/or change the remaining
period of time of the SLEEP TIMER
function. Press the a button to exit
the menu after confirming or changing
the remaining time.
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When there is a TV channel you wish your
children not to watch, you can use the
CHILD LOCK function to lock out the TV
channel. Even when a child chooses a
Programme number (PR) in which a locked
TV channel has been registered, the screen
will change to blue and displays n (CHILD
LOCK) so the TV channel cannot be viewed.
Unless you enter a pre-set ID number by a
special operation, the lock cannot be released
and the child cannot view the TV channel
programmes.
1 Choose CHILD LOCK, then press
the o button
“SET ID NO.” (ID number setting screen)
appears.
SET ID NO.
0000
TV
OK
D0025-EN
2 Set the ID number to your liking
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose
a number.
2 Press the 5 buttons to move
the cursor.
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FEATURES menu
3 Press the a button
The Sub-menu of CHILD LOCK appears.
CHILD LOCK
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
CH
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
OK
2 Press the h (Information) button to
display “ID NO.” (ID NO. input
screen).
5
ID NO. :
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
D0028 -EN
LOCK
D0026-EN
4 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) changes, and the
picture of the TV channel registered in the
Programme number (PR) is displayed on
the screen.
5 Press the blue button and set the
CHILD LOCK function.
Then press the a button
n (CHILD LOCK) appears and the TV
channel is locked.
To reset the CHILD LOCK function:
Press the blue button again.
n (CHILD LOCK) disappears.
To disable easy resetting of the CHILD
LOCK function, the menu disappears by
choosing the CHILD LOCK function and
pressing the a button as in the ordinary
menu operation.
„ To view a locked TV channel
1 Choose a Programme number (PR)
in which a TV channel locked with
the Number buttons or PR LIST
The screen changes to blue and the n
(CHILD LOCK) appears. You cannot
view the TV channel.
3 Press the Number buttons to enter
the ID number
The lock is temporarily released so you
can view the TV channel.
If you have forgotten the ID
number:
Perform step 1 of “To set the CHILD
LOCK function”. After confirming the ID
number, press the b button to exit the
menu.
• Even if you reset the lock temporarily,
it does not mean that the CHILD
LOCK function set for the TV channel
is cancelled. The next time anyone
attempts to view the TV channel, it
will be locked again.
• When you would like to cancel the
CHILD LOCK function, you must
perform the operation “To set the
CHILD LOCK function” again.
• To disable easy choosing of a
Programme number (PR) in which a
locked TV channel has been
registered, the Programme number
(PR) has been set that it cannot be
chosen by the 6 buttons or the
operation buttons at the TV.
• To disable easy resetting of the lock,
“ID NO.” (ID NO. input screen) is set
so that it cannot appear unless you
press the h (Information) button.
5
D0027-EN
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FEATURES menu
BLUE BACK
You can set the TV to automatically change
to a blue screen and mute the sound if the
signal is weak or absent, or when there is no
input from an external device.
ON:
This function is turned on.
OFF:
This function is turned off.
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SET UP menu
Caution
SET UP
AUTO PROGRAM
EDIT/MANUAL
LANGUAGE
PICTURE TILT
DECODER(EXT-2)
EXT SETTING
TV
OFF
OK
D0029-EN
AUTO PROGRAM
You can automatically register the TV
channels which can be received well at your
home in the TV’s Programme numbers (PR)
by performing the following.
To receive satellite broadcast you need a
satellite tuner.
1 Choose AUTO PROGRAM. Then
press the a button
The AUTO PROGRAM menu appears
and received TV channels are
automatically stored in the programme
number (PR).
• Using the MOVE, DELETE or INSERT
function rewrites the current Programme
numbers (PR) list. As a result, the
Programme number (PR) of some of the
TV channels will change.
• Using the MANUAL function for a TV
channel for which the CHILD LOCK
function has been set cancels the CHILD
LOCK function for the TV channel.
• Using the MANUAL function for a TV
channel for which the DECODER (EXT-2)
function has been set to ON returns the
setting of the DECODER (EXT-2) function
for the TV channel to OFF.
• When a TV channel has already been
registered in PR 99, using the INSERT
function deletes the TV channel.
1 Choose EDIT/MANUAL, then press
the a button
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2 Perform steps 4 of the “Initial
settings” (page 8)
EDIT/MANUAL
The EDIT/MANUAL functions are divided
into two types: editing of the current
Programme numbers (PR) (EDIT functions)
and manual registration of a TV channel you
want to view to the Programme number (PR)
(MANUAL function). The details about
these functions are as follows:
TV
ID
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
OK
MOVE
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
36
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
ID
INSERT
MANUAL
DELETE
D0038 -EN
2 Choose a function you want to use
and follow the instructions below
MOVE:
This function changes a Programme
number (PR) of a TV channel.
ID:
This function registers a Channel name
(ID) to a TV channel.
INSERT:
This function adds a new TV channel in
the current Programme numbers (PR) list
by using the CH number.
• You cannot use the INSERT function
if you do not know a Channel number
of a TV channel. Use the MANUAL
function to register a TV channel in the
Programme number (PR).
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SET UP menu
DELETE:
This function deletes an unnecessary TV
channel.
MANUAL:
This function manually registers a new
TV channel in a Programme number
(PR).
3 Press the a button to complete
the settings
The T-V LINK menu appears.
T-V LINK
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) is changed over,
and the picture of the TV channel
registered in the Programme number (PR)
appears on the screen.
2 Press the 3 button to start the
MOVE function
EDIT
DOWNLOAD TV
TV
„ MOVE
RECORDING DEVICE
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OK
EXIT
D0005-EN
4 If you do not have a T-V LINK
compatible VCR connected:
Press the b button to exit the T-V LINK
menu.
The T-V LINK menu disappears and all
the settings are completed.
If you have a T-V LINK compatible
VCR connected to the EXT-2
terminal:
Follow the operating procedure
“Downloading the data to VCR” on
page 10 to transmit the Programme
number (PR) data to the VCR.
• For Programme number PR 0, “AV”
appears in the Programme numbers
(PR) list.
• An EXT terminal number does not
appear in the Programme numbers
(PR) list.
• The CH number is a number unique to
the TV and corresponding to the
Channel number of a TV channel. For
the relationship of a Channel number
and a CH number, see “CH numbers”
on page 39.
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TV
ID
CH
CH 36
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH 21
OK
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
STORE
D0030 -EN
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
new Programme number (PR)
To cancel the MOVE function:
Press the h (Information) button.
4 Press the 2 button to change the
Programme number (PR) of a TV
channel to a new Programme
number (PR)
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SET UP menu
„ ID
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) is changed over,
and the picture of the TV channel
registered in the Programme number (PR)
appears on the screen.
2 Press the red button to start the ID
function
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
OK
MOVE
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
36
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
MANUAL
ID
INSERT
DELETE
D0031 -EN
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose
the first character of a Channel
name (ID) you want to attach to the
TV channel
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
M
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
To cancel the ID function:
Press the h (Information) button.
6 Press the a button to register a
Channel name (ID) to a TV channel
• You can register your unique Channel
name (ID) to the TV channel. When
step 3 is completed, do not go to step
4, but press the 5 buttons to move
the cursor and the 6 buttons to
choose a character for completing the
Channel name (ID). Then press the
a button to register the Channel
name (ID) to the TV channel.
„ INSERT
Preparation:
• A CH number unique to this TV and
corresponding to the Channel number of a
TV channel is required. Find the
corresponding CH number from a table
“CH numbers” on page 39 based on the
Channel number of the TV channel.
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
Programme number (PR) for which
you will register a new TV channel
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21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
OK
5 Press the 6 buttons to choose
the Channel name (ID)
2 Press the green button and start
the INSERT function.
ID LIST
EDIT
D0032 -EN
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4 Press the blue button to display the
ID LIST (channel name list)
EDIT
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
M
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
36
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
ID LIST
M6
MBC
MCM
MDR
MOVIE
MTV
MTV3
TV
ID
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
OK
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
36
21
22
23
24
25
27
28
29
0-9
CH/CC
D0034 -EN
To cancel the INSERT function:
Press the h (Information) button.
OK
D0033 -EN
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3 Press the Number buttons to enter
the remaining CH number
The TV shifts to registration mode.
When the registration is completed, the
picture of the TV channel appears on the
screen.
• The CH number tells the TV the
broadcast frequency of channel. If the
TV cannot detect a TV channel on that
frequency, you will not be able to
receive a picture for that channel.
„ DELETE
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
TV channel
Every time you press the 6 buttons, the
Programme number (PR) is changed over,
and the picture of the TV channel
registered in the Programme number (PR)
appears on the screen.
2 Press the yellow button to delete
the TV channel
The TV channel is deleted from the
Programme numbers (PR) list.
„ MANUAL
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
Programme number (PR) to which
you want to register a new TV
channel
2 Press the blue button to activate
the MANUAL function
3 Press the green or red button to
search for a TV channel
Scanning stops when the TV finds a TV
channel. Then the TV channel is
displayed.
4 Press the green or red button
repeatedly until the TV channel you
want appears
If the TV channel reception is poor:
Press the blue or yellow button to finetune the TV channel.
5 Press the a button and register
the TV channel to a Programme
number (PR)
The normal EDIT menu is resumed.
LANGUAGE
You can choose the language you want to use
for the on-screen display from the language
list in a menu.
1 Choose LANGUAGE, then press
the a button
A sub-menu of the LANGUAGE function
appears.
LANGUAGE
TV
OK
MANUAL
D1002-EN
PR
AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV
ID
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
OK
36
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
SEARCH+
(B / G)
FINE-
SYSTEM
SEARCH-
FINE+
D0035 -EN
To cancel the MANUAL function:
Press the h (Information) button.
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2 Press the 5 and 6 buttons to
choose a language. Then press the
a button
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SET UP menu
PICTURE TILT
There are cases where the Earth’s magnetic
force may make the picture tilt. If this
happens, you can correct the picture tilt.
1 Press the 6 buttons to choose
PICTURE TILT. Then press the a
button
PICTURE TILT
4 Press the 6 buttons to choose
DECODER (EXT-2). Then press the
5 buttons to choose ON
An unscrambled picture appears.
To cancel the DECODER (EXT-2)
function:
Press the 5 buttons to choose OFF.
5 Press the a button to complete
the setting
The T-V LINK menu appears.
T-V LINK
TV
OK
DOWNLOAD TV
RECORDING DEVICE
D0018-EN
TV
2 Press the 6 buttons until the
picture becomes level. Then press
the a button
DECODER (EXT-2)
When connecting a Decoder with a T-V
LINK compatible VCR connected to the
EXT-2 terminal, use the DECODER (EXT2) function to unscramble the scrambled TV
channels.
1 Turn on the Decoder power
2 Display the TV channel capable of
being unscrambled with the
Decoder on the TV
Even if the Decoder is functioning, a
scrambled picture appears at this time.
3 Press the a button to display the
SET UP menu
The SET UP menu appears.
SET UP
AUTO PROGRAM
EDIT/MANUAL
LANGUAGE
PICTURE TILT
DECODER(EXT-2)
EXT SETTING
TV
OFF
OK
EXIT
D0005-EN
6 Follow the operating procedure
“Downloading the data to VCR” on
page 10 to transmit the Programme
number (PR) data to the VCR
7 If you have another TV channel
capable of being unscrambled with
a Decoder, repeat steps 2 through 7
If for some reason the DECODER (EXT2) function has been set to “ON” but the
TV channel cannot be unscrambled, check
the following:
• Has the Decoder been connected to the
VCR properly according to the VCR
and Decoder Instruction Manuals?
• Has the Decoder power been turned
on?
• Can the TV channel be unscrambled
with a Decoder?
• Is it necessary to change the VCR
settings in order to connect the
Decoder? Confirm that the VCR is set
properly by rechecking the VCR
Instruction Manual.
OK
D0029-EN
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SET UP menu
1 Choose an EXT terminal
EXT SETTING
1 Choose EXT SETTING, then press
the a or 3 button
The EXT SETTING menu appears.
EXT SETTING
EXT-1
DUBBING
EXT-2
EXT-3
EXT-4
TV
TV
OK
ID LIST
S-IN
2 Press the yellow button and set the
S-IN (S-VIDEO input).
Then press the a button
An S-IN (S-VIDEO input) mark is
displayed. You can view an S-VIDEO
signal (Y/C signal) instead of the regular
video signal (composite signal).
To cancel the S-IN (S-VIDEO input)
setting:
Press the yellow button and turn off S-IN
(S-VIDEO input) mark. The regular video
signal (composite signal) pictures are
resumed.
D0020 -EN
2 Follow the instructions for the
function you want to use and
operate the function
S-IN:
You can enjoy the high-quality picture of
the 2 S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal).
ID LIST:
You can have a name for each of the
devices connected for each EXT terminal.
DUBBING:
You can choose a signal source to be
output from an EXT-2 terminal.
„ S-IN (S-VIDEO input)
When connecting a device (such as S-VHS
VCR) which enables an S-VIDEO signal (Y/
C signal) to be output, you can enjoy highquality picture of the S-VIDEO signal (Y/C
signal).
Preparation:
• First, read the device instruction manual
and “Additional preparation” on page 37
to connect the device to the TV properly.
Second, follow the device instruction
manual to set the device so that an SVIDEO signal (Y/C signal) can be output
to the TV.
• Do not set S-IN (S-VIDEO input) to the
EXT terminal connected to a device
which cannot output an S-VIDEO (Y/C
signal). If it is set wrongly, a picture
cannot appear.
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• The EXT-1 terminal does not support
S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal) and you
cannot set S-IN (S-VIDEO input) in
the EXT-1 terminal.
• Setting S-IN (S-VIDEO input)
changes the head character from “E” to
“S”. For example, “E2” is changed to
“S2”.
• Even a device which enables the SVIDEO signal (Y/C signal) to be
output may output a regular video
signal (composite signal) depending
on the device setting. If a picture
cannot appear because S-IN (SVIDEO input) setting has been made,
read the device instruction manual
carefully again to check for the device
settings.
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„ ID LIST
„ DUBBING
You can have a name corresponding to the
devices connected for each EXT terminal.
Giving a name to an EXT terminal makes the
EXT terminal number appear on the screen,
together with the name.
1 Choose an EXT terminal
You can choose a signal source to be output
from an EXT-2 terminal.
You can choose any one of the output signal
of the device connected to the EXT terminal
and the picture and sound from a TV channel
you are currently viewing to output it to the
EXT-2 terminal.
2 Press the blue button to display the
name list (ID LIST)
1 Press the 5 buttons to choose
the arrow from the menu
EXT SETTING
EXT SETTING
ID LIST
EXT-1
DUBBING
EXT-2
EXT-3
EXT-4
TV
TV
VHS
S-VHS
DVC
CAM
SAT
STB
GAME
DVD
DVR
OK
D0021-EN
3 Press the 6 buttons to choose a
name. Then press the a button
The ID LIST disappears and the name is
assigned to the EXT terminal.
• You cannot assign an EXT terminal
name not found in the name list (ID
LIST).
To erase a name assigned to the
EXT terminal:
Choose a blank space.
EXT-1
DUBBING
EXT-2
EXT-3
EXT-4
TV
TV
OK
D0022-EN
2 Press the 6 buttons to choose an
EXT terminal or TV.
Then press the a button
The arrow in the menu represents a signal
flow. The left side of the arrow denotes a
signal source output from the EXT-2
terminal.
EXT-1/EXT-3/EXT-4:
The output signal of the device connected
to an EXT terminal passes through the TV
and is output from the EXT-2 terminal.
4 Press the a button to complete
the setting
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TV:
The picture and sound of the TV channel
you are currently viewing are output from
the EXT-2 terminal.
• During dubbing, you cannot turn off
the TV. Turning off the TV also turns
off the output from the EXT-2
terminal.
• When you choose an EXT terminal as
an output, you can view a TV
programme or a picture from the other
EXT terminal while dubbing the
picture from a device connected to the
EXT terminal onto a VCR connected
to the EXT-2 terminal.
• The RGB signals from TV games
cannot be output. Teletext programmes
cannot be output.
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Additional preparation
Connecting the external devices
Connect the devices to the TV, paying
attention to the following connection
diagram.
Before connecting anything:
• Read the manuals provided with the
devices. Depending on the devices, the
connection method may differ from the
figure. Also, depending on the connection
method, you can change the device
settings so that it works properly.
• Turn off all the devices including the TV.
• The “Specifications” on page 43 contains
the details of the EXT terminals. If you
are connecting a device not listed in the
following connection diagram, see the
table to choose the best EXT terminal.
• Note that connecting cables are not
supplied.
• If the VCR’s audio output is in mono,
connect the VCR’s AUDIO OUT (audio
output) terminal and the TV’s EXT-4
AUDIO L/MONO terminal with an audio
cable.
1 VCR (composite signal)
2 VCR (composite signal/S-VIDEO signal)
3 T-V LINK compatible VCR (composite
signal/S-VIDEO signal)
4 Decoder
5 DVD player (composite signal/S-VIDEO
signal)
6 DVD player (composite signal/RGB
signal)
7 TV game (composite signal/RGB signal)
8 TV game (composite signal/S-VIDEO
signal)
9 Headphones
0 Camcorder (composite signal/S-VIDEO
signal)
- SCART cable
= Audio cable
~ Video cable
! S-VIDEO cable
Side of the TV
S
R
L/MONO
EXT-4
P
S
R
L/MONO
EXT-4
P
Back of the TV
EXT-1
L
R
EXT-2
EXT-3
AUDIO OUT
S
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Additional preparation
„ Devices which can output the SVIDEO signal (Y/C signal) such as
a S-VHS VCR
Connect the device to an EXT terminal other
than the EXT-1 terminal.
You can choose a video input signal from the
S-VIDEO signal (Y/C signal) and regular
video signal (composite signal). For details
of how to operate the device, see “S-IN (SVIDEO input)” on page 34.
„ T-V LINK compatible VCR
Be sure to connect the T-V LINK compatible
VCR to the EXT-2 terminal. If not, the T-V
LINK function will not work properly.
• When connecting a T-V LINK compatible
VCR to the EXT-2 terminal, be sure to
connect the Decoder to the VCR. If not,
the T-V LINK function may not work
properly. After you have registered TV
channels to the Programme numbers (PR),
set the DECODER (EXT-2) function for
the Programme number (PR) to ON in
order to unscramble a scrambled TV
channel. For details of operation, see
“DECODER (EXT-2)” on page 33.
„ Connecting headphones
Connect the headphones with a stereo minijack (of 3.5 mm in diameter) to the
headphone jack at the TV rear panel.
• When you connect the headphones, no
sound comes from the TV speakers.
„ Video/sound signal output from
the EXT-2 terminal
You can arbitrarily change over the output of
the video/sound signal from the EXT-2
terminal. It is useful when you want to dub
the video/sound from another device on the
VCR connected to the EXT-2 terminal. For
details on how to do this operation, see
“DUBBING” on page 35.
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„ TV output from the EXT-1 terminal
The output of video/sound signal of a TV
channel you are currently viewing is always
output from the EXT-1 terminal.
• Changing over a Programme number (PR)
also changes over the TV output from the
EXT-1 terminal.
• The video/sound signal from an EXT
terminal cannot be output.
• Teletext programmes cannot be output.
„ Connecting Speakers/Amplifier
While referring to the Audio equipment
connection diagram, connect the audio
equipment you desire to the TV.
You can use external front speakers to listen
to the TV sound instead of the TV speakers.
Before connecting anything:
• Read the manuals provided with the
amplifier and speakers.
• Turn the TV and Amplifier off.
• To prevent magnetism from the speakers
adversely effecting the TV screen, use
magnetic-shielded speakers for the front
speakers.
• Note that connecting cables are not
supplied.
Back of the TV
L
R
1 Amplifier
2 Front speakers (Magnetic-shielded type)
• The output from the AUDIO OUT
terminal is not interrupted by headphone
connection to the TV. You cannot cut the
sound from the front speaker even if you
connect a headphone to the TV.
• Adjust the volume of the external
speakers with the amplifier.
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CH numbers
When you want to use the INSERT function on page 31, find the CH number corresponding to the
Channel number of the TV channel from this table.
CH
Channel
CH
Channel
CH 21
E21
CH 46
E46
CH 22
E22
CH 47
E47
CH 23
E23
CH 48
E48
CH 24
CH 25
E24
E25
CH 49
CH 50
E49
E50
CH 26
E26
CH 51
E51
CH 27
E27
CH 52
E52
CH 28
CH 29
E28
E29
CH 53
CH 54
E53
E54
CH 30
E30
CH 55
E55
CH 31
E31
CH 56
E56
CH 32
CH 33
E32
E33
CH 57
CH 58
E57
E58
CH 34
E34
CH 59
E59
CH 35
CH 36
E35
E36
CH 60
CH 61
E60
E61
CH 37
E37
CH 62
E62
CH 38
E38
CH 63
E63
CH 39
CH 40
E39
E40
CH 64
CH 65
E64
E65
CH 41
E41
CH 66
E66
CH 42
E42
CH 67
E67
CH 43
CH 44
E43
E44
CH 68
CH 69
E68
E69
CH 45
E45
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Troubleshooting
If a problem arises while you are using the TV, please read this “Troubleshooting” guide carefully
before you ask to have the TV repaired. You may be able to fix it easily by yourself. For example,
if the AC plug is disconnected from the AC outlet, or the TV aerial has problems, you may think
there is a problem with the TV itself.
Important:
• This Troubleshooting guide only covers problems whose cause are not easy to determine. If
you need help when you are operating a function, read the page(s) for that function carefully,
not this Troubleshooting guide.
• If you have followed the Troubleshooting guide or the advice for the functions concerned
without any success, remove the AC plug from the AC outlet and ask for your TV to be
repaired. Do not attempt to repair the TV by yourself or remove the rear cover of the TV.
„ If you cannot turn on the TV
• Is the AC plug connected to the AC
outlet?
• Is the Power lamp lit? If not, press the
Main power button.
„ No picture/No sound
• Have you chosen a TV channel whose
reception is extremely bad? In this case,
the BLUE BACK function will be
activated, the entire screen becomes blue,
and the sound is muted. In spite of this, if
you want to view the TV channel, follow
the description “BLUE BACK” on
page 28 to try to change the BLUE BACK
function setting to OFF.
• Have you connected headphones to the
TV? If you connect headphones to the TV
no sound will come from the TV
speakers.
• If the SYSTEM setting for a TV channel
is incorrect, it may prevent the sound
from being issued. Follow the description
“EDIT/MANUAL” on page 29 to use the
MANUAL function to try to change the
SYSTEM setting.
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„ Poor picture
• If noise totally obscures the picture
(snow), the aerial or aerial cable may have
trouble. Check the following to try to
solve the trouble:
Has the TV and aerial been connected
properly?
Has the aerial cable been damaged?
Is the aerial pointing in the right
direction?
Is the aerial itself faulty?
• If the TV or aerial receives interference
from the other devices, stripes or noise
may appear in the picture. Move such
devices as an amplifier, personal
computer, or a hair drier that can cause
interference away from your TV, or try
changing its location. If the aerial suffers
interference from a radio tower or highvoltage wire, please contact your local
dealer.
• If the TV receives interference from a
signal reflecting from mountains or
buildings, double-pictures (ghosting) will
occur. Try to change the aerial’s direction
or replace the antenna with the one with
better directionality.
• Are your COLOUR SYSTEM settings for
the TV channels correct? Follow the
description “COLOUR SYSTEM” on
page 23 to try to solve the trouble.
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Troubleshooting
• Have the COLOUR and BRIGHT settings
been adjusted properly? Follow the
description “BRIGHT” and “COLOUR”
on page 22 to try to adjust them properly.
• Videotaping teletext is not recommended
because it may not record correctly.
• When a white and bright still image (such
as a white dress) is displayed on the
screen, the white part may look as if it
were coloured. This is unavoidable due to
the nature of the picture tube itself, and is
not a fault. When the picture disappears
from the screen, the unnatural colours will
also disappear.
• When viewing images from commercially
available video software products, or
videos from videotapes which have been
recorded improperly, the top of the image
may be distorted. This is due to the
condition of the video signal, and is not a
TV fault.
„ Poor sound
• Have you adjusted BASS or TREBLE
properly? If not, follow the description
“BASS” or “TREBLE” on page 25.
When the TV channel reception is poor, it
can be hard to hear the stereo or bilingual
sound. In this case, follow the description
“STEREO / I • II” on page 25 to hear the
sound more easily by changing it to a mono
sound.
„ Operation disabled
• Have the batteries of the remote control
become exhausted? Follow the
description “Putting the batteries into the
remote control” on page 7 and replace
them with new batteries to try to solve the
problem.
• Have you tried to use the remote control
from the sides or rear of the TV or from
more than seven metres away? Use the
remote control in front of your TV and
less than seven metres away to try to solve
the problem.
• When you are viewing a teletext
programme, you cannot operate the
menus. Press the b button to return to
the ordinary TV programme and then try
operating the menus.
• If the TV operation becomes disabled
suddenly, press the Main power button on
the TV and turn off the main power. Try
to press the Main power button again to
turn on the main power. If the TV returns
to a normal state, it is not a failure.
„ Other concerns
• When the SLEEP TIMER function
operates, the TV is automatically turned
off. If the TV is turned off suddenly, try to
press the # (Standby) button to turn on
the TV once again. At this time, if the TV
resumes a normal state, there is no
problem.
• When a WSS (wide screen) signal is
included in the broadcast signal or the
signal from an external device, or when
the TV is receiving a control signal from
an external device, the ZOOM mode will
change automatically. When you want to
return to the previous ZOOM mode, press
the c button to choose the ZOOM
mode again.
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Troubleshooting
• If you bring a magnetised device such as a
speaker near to your TV, a picture may be
warped or unnatural colours appear at the
corners of the screen. In this case, keep
the device apart from your TV. If the
speakers cause this to happen, use
magnetic-shielded speakers instead.
• A picture may be tilted due to the
influence of the earth’s magnetism. In this
case, use the “PICTURE TILT” on
page 33 to correct the tilt.
• It takes a short period of time from the
time an operation such as changing
channels is performed until an image is
displayed. This is not a malfunction. This
is the time required for the image to
stabilize before it can be displayed.
• The TV may emit a crackling sound due
to a sudden change in temperature. It does
not matter if a picture or sound does not
show any abnormality. If you hear
crackling sounds frequently while you are
viewing the TV, there may be other
causes. As a precaution, ask your service
technician to inspect it.
• Touching the screen may cause you feel a
slight electric shock due to its static
electricity. It is unavoidable due to the
construction of the picture tube. It is not a
problem with the TV. You can rest
assured that this static discharge does not
have a harmful effect.
• When a menu is displayed on the screen,
the ZOOM mode may be automatically
changed to the FULL mode. This is not a
malfunction. When the menu disappears,
the ZOOM mode will return to the
previously set ZOOM mode.
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Specifications
Item
Model
AV-32H5SK
AV-28H5SK
Broadcasting systems
CCIR, I
Colour systems
PAL
• The EXT terminals also support the NTSC 3.58/4.43 MHz system.
Channels and frequencies
E21-E69
Sound-multiplex systems
NICAM ( I) system
Teletext systems
FLOF (Fastext), TOP, WST (World Standard System)
Power requirements
220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz
Power consumption
130 W, Standby: 0.6 W
120 W, Standby: 0.6 W
Picture tube size
Viewable area 76 cm (measured
diagonally)
Viewable area 66 cm (measured
diagonally)
Audio output
Rated Power output: 10 W + 10 W
Speakers
(13 cm × 6.5 cm) oval × 2
EXT-1 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, Audio L/R inputs and RGB inputs are available.
• TV broadcast outputs (Video and Audio L/R) are available.
EXT-2 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input, Audio L/R inputs and RGB inputs are
available.
• Video and Audio L/R outputs are available.
• T-V LINK functions are available.
EXT-3 terminal
Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART)
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input and Audio L/R inputs are available.
EXT-4 terminal
RCA connectors × 3
S-VIDEO connector × 1
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input, Audio L/MONO and R inputs are available.
AUDIO OUT terminal
RCA connectors × 2
• Audio L/R outputs are available.
Headphone jack
Stereo mini-jack (3.5 mm in diameter)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
864 mm × 587 mm × 550 mm
762 mm × 528 mm × 492 mm
Weight
53.0 kg
38.0 kg
Accessories
Remote control unit × 1 (RM-C1502)
AA/R6 dry cell battery × 2
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
Pictures displayed on the screen using this TV’s ZOOM functions should not be shown for any
commercial or demonstration purpose in public places (cafes, hotels, etc.) without the consent of
the owners of copyright of the original picture sources, as this constitutes an infringement of
copyright.
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