Dodge 2004 PL Neon SRT4 Automobile User Manual

Dodge 2004 PL Neon SRT4 Automobile User Manual

The model and serial number of the TV is located on the back and one side of the TV.

Record it below should you ever need service.

MODEL

SERIAL

1-800-243-0000

1-888-865-3026

1-888-542-2623

USA, Consumer User

USA, Commercial User

CANADA

LG Customer Information Center

This product qualifies for ENERGY STAR in the “factory default” setting.

Changing the factory default settings or enabling other features may increase power consumption that could exceed the limits necessary to quality for ENERGY STAR.

OWNER’S MANUAL

LCD TV

Please read this manual carefully before operating your set and retain it for future reference.

32LG710H

37LG710H

42LG710H

32LD650H

37LD650H

42LD650H

47LD650H

55LD650H

32LD655H

37LD655H

42LD655H

P/NO : SAC34134301 (1007-REV02)

www.lg.com

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WARNING / CAUTION

WARNING

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO

USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER TO

QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

WARNING/CAUTION

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC

SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO

RAIN OR MOISTURE.

NOTE TO CABLE/TV INSTALLER

This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the National

Electric Code (U.S.A.). The code provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of the cable entry as practical.

WARNING / CAUTION

To prevent fire or shock hazards, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.

FCC NOTICE

Class B digital device

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to

Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.

If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

- Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause (harmful) interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation (of the device).

Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

CAUTION

Do not attempt to modify this product in any way without written authorization from LG Electronics.

Unauthorized modification could void the user’s authority to operate this product

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Read these instructions.

Keep these instructions.

Heed all warnings.

Follow all instructions.

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Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

1 Do not use this apparatus near water.

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Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

2 Clean only with a dry cloth.

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Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

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Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

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Unplug this apparatus during lighting storms or when unused for long periods of time.

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Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus

(including amplifiers)that produce heat.

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Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

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Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong, The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

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Never touch this apparatus or antenna during a thunder or lighting storm.

When mounting a TV on the wall, make sure not to install the TV by the hanging power and signal cables on the back of the TV.

Do not allow an impact shock or any objects to fall into the product, and do not drop onto the screen with something.

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Owner Manual

Owner Manual

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CAUTION concerning the Power Cord :

It is recommend that appliances be placed upon a dedicated circuit; that is, a single outlet circuit which powers only that appliance and has no additional outlets or branch circuits. Check the specification page of this owner's manual to be certain.

Do not connect too many appliances to the same

AC power outlet as this could result in fire or electric shock.

Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous. Any of these conditions could result in electric shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord replaced with an exact replacement part by an authorized servicer. Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, pinched, closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the cord exits the appliance.

Do not make the TV with the power cord plugged in. Do not use a damaged or loose power cord. Be sure do grasp the plug when unplugging the power cord. Do not pull on the power cord to unplug the

TV.

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WARNING - To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose this product to rain, moisture or other liquids. Do not touch the TV with wet hands. Do not install this product near flammable objects such as gasoline or candles or expose the

TV to direct air conditioning.

16 As long as this unit is connected to the AC wall outlet, it is not disconnected from the AC power source even if you turn off this unit by SWITCH.

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Do not expose to dripping or splashing and do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, cups, etc. on or over the apparatus (e.g. on shelves above the unit).

18 DIIN G

Ensure that you connect the earth ground wire to prevent possible electric shock. (i.e. a TV with a three-prong grounded AC plug must be connected to a three-prong grouned AC outlet) If grounding methods are not possible, have a qualified electrician install a separate circuit breaker.

Do not try to ground the unit by connecting it to telephone wires, lightening rods, or gas pipes.

Short-circuit

Breaker

Power

Supply

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TIIN DEEV

Mains plug is the disconnecting device. The plug must remain readily operable.

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The Plasma or LCD panel is a high technology product with resolution of two million to six million pixels. In a very few cases, you could see fine dots on the screen while you’re viewing the TV. Those dots are deactivated pixels and do not affect the performance and reliability of the TV.

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“Cracking” noise: A cracking noise that occurs when watching or turning off the TV is generated by plastic thermal contraction due to temperature and humidity. This noise is common for products where thermal deformation is required.

Electrical circuit humming/panel buzzing: A low level noise is generated from a high-speed switching circuit, which supplies a large amount of current to operate a product. It varies depending on the product.

This generated sound does not affect the performance and reliability of the product.

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If an outdoor antenna is installed, follow the precautions below. An outdoor antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can come in contact with such power lines or circuits as death or serious injury can occur.

Be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges.

Section 810 of the National Electrical Code (NEC) in the U.S.A. provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes and requirements for the grounding electrode. dee,, A NSSII//N A 7 0

Ground Clamp

Antenna Lead in Wire

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Electric Service

Equipment

Antenna Discharge Unit

(NEC Section 810-20)

Grounding Conductor

(NEC Section 810-21)

Ground Clamps

Power Service Grounding

Electrode System (NEC

Art 250, Part H)

NEC: National Electrical Code

Cleaning

When cleaning, unplug the power cord and scrub gently with a soft cloth to prevent scratching. Do not spray water or other liquids directly on the TV as electric shock may occur. Do not clean with chemicals such as alcohol, thinners or benzene.

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Moving

Make sure the product is turned off, unplugged and all cables have been removed. It may take 2 or more people to carry larger TVs. Do not press against or put stress on the front panel of the TV.

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Ventilation

Install your TV where there is proper ventilation. Do not install in a confined space such as a bookcase.

Do not cover the product with cloth or other materials (e.g.) plastic while plugged in. Do not install in excessively dusty places.

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Take care not to touch the ventilation openings.

When watching the TV for a long period, the ventilation openings may become hot.

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If you smell smoke or other odors coming from the

TV, unplug the power cord contact and authorized service center.

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Do not press strongly upon the panel with a hand or sharp object such as nail, pencil or pen, or make a scratch on it.

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Keep the product away from direct sunlight.

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If the TV feels cold to the touch, there may be a small “flicker” when it is turned on. This is normal, there is nothing wrong with TV.

Some minute dot defects may be visible on the screen, appearing as tiny red, green, or blue spots. However, they have no adverse effect on the monitor's performance.

Avoid touching the LCD screen or holding your finger(s) against it for long periods of time.

Doing so may produce some temporary distortion effects on the screen.

ON DISPOSAL

(Only Hg lamp used LCD TV)

The fluorescent lamp used in this product contains a small amount of mercury. Do not dispose of this product with general household waste.

Disposal of this product must be carried out in accordance to the regulations of your local authority.

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CONTENTS

WARNING / CAUTION

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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FEATURES OF THIS TV

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PREPARATION

Accessories

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Front Panel Information

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Back Panel Information

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Stand Instuctions

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Cable Management

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Desktop Pedestal Installation

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Swivel Stand

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Attaching the TV to a desk

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VESA Wall Mounting

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Securing the TV to the wall to prevent falling

When the TV is used on a stand

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Antenna or Cable Connection

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MPI Card Slot / PPV Card Installation

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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

HD Receiver Setup

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DVD Setup

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VCR Setup

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Other A/V Source Setup

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Audio Out Connection

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PC Setup

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WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Remote Control Functions

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Turning On The TV

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Channel Selection

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Volume Adjustment

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On-Screen Menus Selection

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Channel Setup

- Auto Scan (Auto Tuning)

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- Add / Delete Channel (Manual Tuning)

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- Channel Editing

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Channel Label

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Input List

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Example Electronic Program Guide

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USB

Entry Modes

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Photo List

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Music List

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Extra Contents

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PICTURE CONTROL

PIP (Picture-In-Picture)

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Picture Size (Aspect Ratio) Control

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Preset Picture Settings (Picture Mode)

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Manual Picture Adjustment - User Mode

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Picture Improvement Technology

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Picture Reset

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Demo mode

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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

Auto Volume Leveler (Auto Volume)

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Preset Sound Settings (Sound Mode)

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Sound Setting Adjustment - User Mode

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- SRS TruSurround XT

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- Infinite Sound

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Clear Voice ll

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Balance

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TV Speakers On/Off Setup

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Audio Reset

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Stereo/SAP Broadcast Setup

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Audio Language

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On-Screen Menus Language Selection

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Caption Mode

- Analog Broadcasting System Captions

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- Digital Broadcasting System Captions

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- Caption Option

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TIME SETTING

Clock Setting

- Auto Clock Setup

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- Manual Clock Setup

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Auto On/Off Time Setting

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Sleep Timer Setting

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PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS

Set Password & Lock System

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Channel Blocking

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Movie & TV Rating

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Downloadable Rating

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External Input Blocking

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COMMERCIAL MODE SETUP

Interactive TV Setup

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Installer Overview

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Interactive TV Overview

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Commercial Mode Setup for Master TV

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Master TV Profile Setup Learning/Teaching with

USB Memory Card

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TLL-1100A Cloning Connections/Learning Setup

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LT2002 Cloning Connections/Learning Setup 103

LT2002 Cloning Learning Setup

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Cloning Connections/Teaching Setup

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Installer Menu

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Reference: Detailed Instructions For Making A

Master TV

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Reference: Procedures for adding Channel Label

Icons/Custom Channel Labels (2-5-4 + MENU

Mode)

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Reference: Clonable Menu Features

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Reference: Power Saving Setup

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TV Camport Auto Sense Operation

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FTG Operation Setup

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FTG Channel Map Overview

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FTG Installer Menu Overview

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FTG Operation Troubleshooting

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TV Aux Input Configuration

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B-LAN Setup and Overview

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APPENDIX

Troubleshooting

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Reference: LT2002 Cloning Procedure

Troubleshooting

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Troubleshooting Flow Chart

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Commercial Mode Check

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Reference: RJP model list and input hierarchy

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Glossary of Terms

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Maintenance

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Product Specifications

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Programming the Remote Control

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IR Codes

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Open Source License

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FEATURES OF THIS TV

This feature is not available for all models.

High-definition television. High-resolution digital television broadcast and playback system composed of roughly a million or more pixels, 16:9 aspect-ratio screens, and AC3 digital audio. A subset of digital television, HDTV formats include 1080i and 720p resolutions.

Unlike other sensors which can only sense brightness of ambient light, LG’s “Intelligent Sensor” uses 4,096 sensing steps to evaluate its surroundings. Using a sophisticated algorithm, the LG processes picture quality elements including brightness, contrast, color, sharpness and white balance. The result is a picture optimized for it’s surroundings, more pleasing to watch and which can also save up to 50% in power consumption.

View videos and photos and listen to music on your

TV through USB 2.0 (‘videos’ dependent on model).

LG TV include a unique invisible speaker system, tuned by renowned audio expert, Mr. Mark Levinson.

Speakers are embedded in strategic spots behind the front cabinet and use minute vibrations to turn the entire front bezel into the speaker system. The result is a clean, polished look, and enhanced audio by increasing the “sweet spot”, giving a wider and richer sound field.

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.

“ Dolby “and the double-D symbol are trademarks of

Dolby Laboratories. is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.

TruSurround XT technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.

Automatically enhances and amplifies the sound of human voice frequency range to help keep dialogue audible when background noise swells.

HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition

Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC."

Matches the original frame rate of the film for a more film-like experience

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO PREVENT “IMAGE BURN

/ BURN-IN” ON YOUR TV SCREEN

■ When a fixed image (e.g. logos, screen menus, video game, and computer display) is displayed on the TV for an extended period, it can become permanently imprinted on the screen. This phenomenon is known as “image burn” or “burn-in.” Image burn is not covered under the manufacturer’s warranty.

■ In order to prevent image burn, avoid displaying a fixed image on your TV screen for a prolonged period

(2 or more hours for LCD, 1 or more hours for Plasma).

■ Image burn can also occur on the letterboxed areas of your TV if you use the 4:3 aspect ratio setting for an extended period.

PREPERATION

ACCESSORIES

Ensure that the following accessories are included with your TV. If an accessory is missing, please contact the dealer where you purchased the TV.

The accessories included may differ from the images below.

Owner’s Manual

CD Manual x 2

Torx plus

Star head screw

(Refer to P.15, P.16)

Polishing Cloth

(Not included with all models.)

Protective Bracket and

Screw for Power Cord

(Refer to P.17, P.18)

* Wipe spots on the exterior only with the polishing cloth.

* Do not wipe roughly when removing stains.

Excessive pressure may cause scratches or discoloration.

GUIDE

STB

TV

W

ER

POR

TAL

VCR

INFO

DVD

ENT

ER

RE

TUR

N

ME

NU

VOL

1

.:/,

4

GHI

2

ABC

7

PQRS

PIP

PIP

CH-

PIP

CH+

RA

TIO

PIP

SW

AP

TIM

ER

PIP

INPU

SAP

0

&@

5

JKL

8

TU

V

FLASHBK

9

WX

YZ

6

MNO

3

DEF

ALPHA/NU

CC

M

E

CH

E

G

A

P

INPUT

1.5V 1.5V

Remote Control,

Batteries

D-sub 15 pin Cable

Power Cord

When using the VGA (D-sub 15 pin cable) PC connection, the user must use shielded signal interface cables with ferrite cores to maintain standards compliance.

(For 32LG710H) x 4 x 4

Screws for stand assembly

(Refer to P.15)

Cable Holder

(Refer to P.17)

Screw for stand fixing

(Refer to P.20)

65 H D6 50

(For 32/37/42LD650H, 32/37/42LD655H)

Protection Cover

(Refer to P.15)

Plug-in type Holder

(Refer to P.17) x 4

Cable Holder

(Refer to P.18) x 2

Plug-in type Holder

(Refer to P.18) x 2

Rubber for stand fixing

(Refer to P.20) x 2 x 8

(M4 x 20)

Screws for stand assembly

(Refer to P.16)

Protection Cover

(Refer to P.16)

Screws for stand fixing

(Refer to P.20)

Washers for stand fixing

(Refer to P.20)

Nuts for stand fixing

(Refer to P.20)

Screw for stand fixing

(Refer to P.20)

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FRONT PANEL INFORMATION

■ Image shown may differ from your TV.

32/37/42LG710H

CH

CHANNEL( , )

Buttons

Intelligent Sensor

Adjusts picture according to the surrounding conditions.

VOL

ENTER

MENU

INPUT

POWER Button

Power/Standby Indicator

Illuminates red in standby mode.

Illuminates blue when the set is switched on.

Remote Control Sensor

VOLUME (+, -)

Buttons

ENTER Button

MENU Button

INPUT Button

32/37/42/47/55LD650H, 32/37/42LD655H

CH

CHANNEL( , )

Buttons

SPEAKER

Power/Standby Indicator

Illuminates red in standby mode.

Illuminates blue when the set is switched on.

Remote Control Sensor

Intelligent Sensor

Adjusts picture according to the surrounding conditions.

VOL

ENTER

MENU

INPUT

VOLUME (+, -)

Buttons

ENTER Button

MENU Button

INPUT Button

POWER Button

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PREPARATION

BACK PANEL INFORMATION

■ Image shown may differ from your TV.

32/37/42LG710H

16

15

14

1

2

HDMI/DVI IN

1(DVI)

RJP

INTERFACE

6

2

3 4 5 6 7

8

LAN

(SERVICE ONLY)

RESET

RGB(PC)

TV-LINK

CFG

GAME

CONTROL

UPDATE

AUDIO

(RGB/DVI)

RS-232C IN

(SERVICE ONLY)

OPTICAL

DIGITAL

AUDIO OUT

( )

9

SPEAKER OUT

8

REMOTE

CONTROL OUT 10

AV IN 2

11

13

VIDEO

COMPONENT IN

AUDIO

12

AUDIO /

MONO

VIDEO

11

/

/

/

32/37/42LD650H, 32/37/42LD655H

16

AC IN

1

15

14

6

2

HDMI/DVI IN

1

3 5

LAN

4 8

6

GAME

CONTROL

RESET UPDATE

TV-LINK CFG

OPTICAL

DIGITAL

VIDEO / MONO AUDIO

11

9

SPEAKER

OUT

8

( )

AUDIO OUT

L

R

RJP

INTERFACE

RGB IN (PC)

47/55LD650H

13

2

AUDIO IN

(RGB/DVI)

RS-232C IN

(SERVICE ONLY)

7 12

REMOTE

CONTROL

OUT

10

1

AV IN 2

11

16

AC IN

15

2

HDMI/DVI IN

1

3 5

LAN

4

8

6

11

14

GAME CONTROL

/ M.P. I.

RESET

UPDATE

TV-LINK CFG

OPTICAL

DIGITAL

VIDEO / MONO

AUDIO

ANTENNA

IN

SPEAKER

OUT

8

AUDIO OUT

L

R

RJP

INTERFACE

RGB IN (PC)

13

2

AUDIO IN

(RGB/DVI)

RS-232C IN

(SERVICE ONLY)

7 12

REMOTE

CONTROL

OUT

10

9

AV IN 2

11

13

/

/

/

/

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PREPARATION

1

2

3

4

5

6

HDMI/DVI IN

Digital Connection. Supports HD video and Digital audio.

Accepts DVI video using an adapter or HDMI to DVI cable (not included)

RGB (PC)

Analog PC Connection. Uses a D-sub 15 pin cable

(VGA cable).

AUDIO (RGB/DVI)

1/8” headphone jack for analog PC audio input.

LAN (SERVICE ONLY)

For connecting to a control network.

RESET

Performs a hardware reset.

UPDATE

Enables/disables software downloads and debug mode.

TV - LINK CFG

Computer input for programming Free To Guest services.

GAME CONTROL

Input port for third party game Controllers.

M.P. I.

Allows VOD/PPV devices or set-top boxes to control the TV.

7

RS-232C IN (SERVICE ONLY)

Used for software updates.

8

9

OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT

Optical digital audio output for use with amps and home theater systems.

Note: In standby mode, this port doesn’t work.

SPEAKER OUT 8

For use with external speakers.

10

REMOTE CONTROL OUT

IR output for controlling an auxiliary device.

11

AV (Audio/Video) IN 1/2

Analog composite connection. Supports standard definition video only (480i).

12

COMPONENT IN

Analog Connection. Supports HD.

Uses a red, green, and blue cable for video & a red and white cable for audio.

13

RJP INTERFACE (REMOTE JACK PACK PORT)

Connect this to an LG remote jack pack system.

14

ANTENNA IN

Connect an antenna to receive over-the-air (OTA) signals.

15

Power Cord Socket

AC power input.

Caution: Never attempt to operate the TV on DC power.

16

USB IN

Used for viewing multimedia files.

STAND INSTRUCTIONS

■ Image shown may differ from your TV.

32/37/42LG710H

INSTALLATION

1

Carefully place the TV screen side down on a cushioned surface to protect the screen from damage.

DETACHMENT

1

Carefully place the TV screen side down on a cushioned surface to protect the screen from damage.

2

2

Remove the four screws that hold the base on.

3

Insert the stand as shown.

3

Detach the stand from the TV.

4 x 4

Tighten the stand with the four screws (provided as parts of the TV).

or x 2 x 2

Tighten the two of these four screws and the two Torx plus star head screws

(provided as parts of the TV) to secure the TV. Tighten the two Torx plus star head screws with a star head driver bit (not provided as parts of the TV).

!

NOTE

When assembling the desk type stand, make sure the screws are fully tightened (If not tightened fully, the TV can tilt forward after the protuct installation). Do not over tighten.

PROTECTION COVER

After removing the stand, install the included until you hear it click.

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PREPARATION

32/37/42/47/55LD650H, 32/37/42LD655H

INSTALLATION

1

Carefully place the TV screen side down on a cushioned surface to protect the screen from damage.

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMEN

2

DETACHMENT

1

Carefully place the TV screen side down on a cushioned surface to protect the screen from damage.

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

TA ND

M4 x 20

2

Remove the screws that hold the stand on.

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

3

Assemble the TV as shown.

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

3

Detach the stand from TV.

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

16

4 x 4

Tighten the stand with the four screws (provided as parts of the TV).

or x 2 x 2

Tighten the two of these four screws and the two Torx plus star head screws

(provided as parts of the TV) to secure the TV. Tighten the two Torx plus star head screws with a star head driver bit (not provided as parts of the TV).

!

NOTE

When assembling the desk type stand, make sure the screws are fully tightened (If not tightened fully, the TV can tilt forward after the protuct installation). Do not over tighten.

PROTECTION COVER

After removing the stand, install the included

RO CT until you hear it click.

CABLE MANAGEMENT

■ Image shown may differ from your TV.

32/37/42LG710H

1 Connect the cables as necessary.

To connect additional equipment, see the

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP section.

To help prevent the power cable from being removed by accident, secure the power cable with the included PPROTECTIVE

BRACKET /SCREW. The 32LG710H use a

Plug-in type Holder instead of using a screw.

3

Put the cables inside the CABLE MANAGEMENT

CLIP and snap it closed.

PROTECTIVE BRACKET/SCREW

Or

PLUG-IN TYPE HOLDER

(For 32LG710H model)

2

Open the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP as shown.

If a CABLE HOLDER was included with your

TV, install it as shown.

!

NOTE

Do not hold the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP when moving the TV.

- If the TV is dropped, you may be injured or the product may be broken.

With some TVs, the PLUG-IN TYPE HOLDER and the CABLE HOLDER are included. If these holders are inserted into the hole provided on back of the TV, they cannot be removed.

CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP

CABLE HOLDER

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PREPARATION

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32/37/42/47/55LD650H, 32/37/42LD655H

1

Connect the cables as necessary.

To connect additional equipment, see the

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP section.

To help prevent the power cable from being removed by accident, secure the power cable with the included PPROTECTIVE BRACKET

/SCREW. The 32/37/42LD650H,

32/37/42LD655H use a Plug-in type

Holder instead of using a screw.

AC IN

3

Put the cables inside the CABLE MANAGE-

MENT CLIP and snap it closed.

AC IN

PROTECTIVE BRACKET/SCREW

Or

2

PLUG-IN TYPE HOLDER

(For 32/37/42LD650H,

32/37/42LD655H model)

Open the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP as shown.

If a CABLE HOLDER was included with your

TV, install it as shown.

!

NOTE

Do not hold the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP when moving the TV.

- If the TV is dropped, you may be injured or the product may be broken.

With some TVs, the PLUG-IN TYPE HOLDER and the CABLE HOLDER are included. If these holders are inserted into the hole provided on back of the TV, they cannot be removed.

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP

CABLE HOLDER

(For 32/37/42LD650H,

32/37/42LD655H model)

PREPARATION

DESKTOP PEDESTAL INSTALLATION

■ Image shown may differ from your TV.

For proper ventilation, allow a clearance of 4 inches on all four sides from the wall.

4 inches

4 inches

4 inches

4 inches

CAUTION

Ensure adequate ventilation by following the clearance recommendations.

Do not mount near or above any type of heat source.

SWIVEL STAND

After installing the TV, you can adjust the TV set manually to the left or right direction to suit your viewing position.

20°: 47/55LD650H

90°: Other Models

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PREPARATION

ATTACHING THE TV TO A DESK

The TV should be attached to a desk so it cannot be pulled in a forward/backward direction, potentially causing injury or damaging the product.

32/37/42LG710H

Stand

4-Screws

(not provided as parts of the product)

Recommended screw size: M5 x L (

*L: Table depth + 8

~

10mm

) ex) Table depth: 15mm, Screw: M5 x 25

32/37/42LD650H, 32/37/42LD655H

Type 1

Type 2

Desk

Stand

2-Screws

(not provided as parts of the product)

2-Screws, 2-Washers, 2-Nuts, 4-Rubber

(provided as parts of the product)

You can select any type of attachment (Type 1 or Type 2)

Do not over tighten.

47/55LD650H

Stand

4-Screws

(not provided as parts of the product)

Stand

Desk

20

1-Screw

(provided as parts of the product)

Desk

WARNING

To prevent TV from falling over, the TV should be securely attached to the floor/wall per installation instructions. Tipping, shaking, or rocking the TV may cause injury.

Desk

VESA WALL MOUNTING

Install your wall mount on a solid wall perpendicular to the floor. When attaching to other building materials, please contact an installer. If installed on a ceiling or slanted wall, it may fall and result in severe personal injury.

We recommend that you use an LG brand wall mount when mounting the TV to a wall.

LG recommends that wall mounting be performed by a qualified professional installer.

Model

VESA (A * B)

Standard Screw Quantity

32LG710H

200 * 100 M4 4

Wall Mounting Bracket

(sold separately)

RW230 AW-47LG30M

37LG710H,

42LG710H

200 * 200 M6 4

AW-47LG30M

32LD650H,

32LD655H

37LD650H,

37LD655H,

42LD650H,

42LD655H,

47LD650H

55LD650H

200 * 100

200 * 200 M6

400 * 400

M4

M6

4

4

4

LSW100B, LSW100BG

LSW200B, LSW200BG

LSW400B, LSW400BG,

DSW400BG

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PREPARATION

!

NOTE

Screw length needed depends on the wall mount used. For further information, refer to the instructions included with the mount.

Standard dimensions for wall mount kits are shown in the table.

When purchasing our wall mount kit, a detailed installation manual and all parts necessary for assembly are provided.

Do not use screws longer then the standard dimension, as they may cause damage to the inside of the TV.

For wall mounts that do not comply with the VESA standard screw specifications, the length of the screws may differ depending on their specifications.

Do not use screws that do not comply with the

VESA standard screw specifications.

Do not use fasten the screws too strongly, this may damage the TV or cause the TV to a fall, leading to personal injury. LG is not liable for these kinds of accidents.

LG is not liable for TV damage or personal injury when a non-VESA or non specified wall mount is used or the consumer fails to follow the TV installation instructions.

CAUTION

Do not install your wall mount kit while the TV is plugged in. It may result in personal injury due to electric shock.

SECURING THE TV TO THE WALL TO PREVENT FALLING

WHEN THE TV IS USED ON A STAND

You should purchase necessary components to prevent the TV from tipping over (when not using a wall mount).

■ Image shown may differ from your TV.

We recommend that you set up the TV close to a wall so it cannot fall over if pushed backwards.

Additionally, we recommend that the TV be attached to a wall so it cannot be pulled in a forward direction, potentially causing injury or damaging the product.

Caution: Please make sure that children don’t climb on or hang from the TV.

Insert the eye-bolts (or TV brackets and bolts) to tighten the product to the wall as shown in the picture.

* If your product has the bolts in the eye-bolts position before inserting the eye-bolts, loosen the bolts.

* Insert the eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts and tighten them securely in the upper holes.

Secure the wall brackets with the bolts (sold separately) to the wall. Match the height of the bracket that is mounted on the wall to the holes in the product.

Ensure the eye-bolts or brackets are tightened securely.

Use a sturdy rope (sold separately) to tie the product. It is safer to tie the rope so it becomes horizontal between the wall and the product.

!

NOTE

Use a platform or cabinet strong enough and large enough to support the size and weight of the TV.

To use the TV safely make sure that the height of the bracket on the wall and the one on the TV are the same.

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24

To prevent damage, do not connect to the power outlet until all connections are made between the devices.

ANTENNA OR CABLE CONNECTION

1. Antenna (Analog or Digital)

This image refers to using a Wall Antenna Socket or Outdoor

Antenna without a Cable Box Connection.

Wall

Antenna

Socket

Outdoor

Antenna

(VHF, UHF)

Multi-family Dwellings/Apartments

(Connect to wall antenna socket)

M.P.I.

RF Coaxial Wire (75

)

Single-family Dwellings /Houses

(Connect to wall jack for outdoor antenna)

Copper Wire

Be careful not to bend the copper wire when connecting the antenna.

- For optimum picture quality, adjust the antenna direction if needed.

To improve the picture quality in a poor signal area, please purchase a signal amplifier and install properly.

If the antenna needs to be split for two TV’s, install a 2-Way Signal Splitter.

If the antenna is not installed properly, contact your dealer for assistance.

2. Cable

This image refers to using a cable connection without a cable box.

M.P.I.

Cable TV

Wall Jack

RF Coaxial Wire (75

)

- If you experience a poor signal when using cable, make sure the RF cable is screwed in completely.

Contact your cable company is a poor signal persists.

( )

( )

MPI CARD SLOT / PPV CARD INSTALLATION

(Except 47/55LD650H)

The MPI card is equipped with an RF jack for antenna/cable signal source connection.

This card can be removed and replaced with a third-party PPV (Pay-Per-View) card.

MPI Card Removal / PPV Card Installation

1. Remove the two MPI card retainer screws.

2. Pull out current MPI card far enough so that the RF cable can be detached from the old card.

3. Detach RF cable.

4. Place new PPV card into slot and slide it in far enough to reconnect RF cable.

5. Insert card all the way into the slot making sure it is fully seated into back plane connector.

6. Replace the two card retainer screws.

ANTENNA IN M.P.I.

RF CABLE

M.P. I.

Card Slot

WARNING

There is an RF cable connected to the back of the card. Remove the card slowly.

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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

To prevent the equipment damage, never plug in any power cords until you have finished connecting all equipment.

Image shown may differ from your TV.

HD RECEIVER SETUP

This TV can receive Digital Over-the-air or Digital Cable signals without an external digital set-top box. However, if you do receive digital signals from a digital set-top box or other digital external device, refer to the figure as shown below.

Component Connection

1. How to connect

1

Connect the video outputs (Y, P

B

, P

R

) of the digital setthe TV. Match the jack colors (Y = green, P

B

= blue, and

P

R

= red).

Y P

B

P

R

L R

2

Connect the audio output of the digital set-top box to

2. How to use

Turn on the digital set-top box.

(Refer to the owner’s manual for the digital set-top box.)

Select C po on the remote control.

input source using the IIN UT button

TV-LINK

CFG

1

LAN

(SERVICE ONLY)

2

RGB(PC)

RESET

U

AUDIO

(RGB/DVI)

R

(S

Supported Resolutions

Signal

480i

480p

720p

1080i

1080p

Component

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

HDMI

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

For 37/42/47/55LD650H, 37/42LD655H

Y, C

B/

P

B

, C

R/

P

R

Resolution

720x480i

720x480p

1280x720p

1920x1080i

Horizontal Vertical

Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)

15.73

15.73

31.47

31.47

44.96

45.00

33.72

33.75

59.94

60.00

59.94

60.00

59.94

60.00

59.94

60.00

1920x1080p

67.50

60.00

For 37/42/47/55LD650H, 37/42LD655H

/

UPDATE RESET

HDMI Connection

1. How to connect

1

2

No separate audio connection is necessary.

HDMI supports both audio and video.

RJP

INTERFACE

1

2. How to use

Turn on the digital set-top box.

(Refer to the owner’s manual for the digital set-top box.)

Select H MII1 or H MII2 input source with using the IIN button on the remote control.

HDMI-DTV OUTPUT

!

NOTE

If the HDMI cables don’t support High Speed

HDMI, it can cause flickers or no screen display. In this case use the latest cables that support High

Speed HDMI.

HDMI mode supports PCM, Dolby Digital audio format.

HDMI-DTV

Resolution

720x480p

1280x720p

1920x1080i

Horizontal Vertical

Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)

31.47

31.47

44.96

45.00

33.72

33.75

59.94

60.00

59.94

60.00

59.94

60.00

1920x1080p

26.97

27.00

33.71

33.75

67.432

67.50

23.94

24.00

29.97

30.00

59.939

60.00

VID

For 37/42/47/55LD650H, 37/42LD655H

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DVI to HDMI Connection

1. How to connect

Connect the DVI output of the digital set-top box to

1

2

Connect the audio output of the digital set-top box to

HDMI/DVI IN

2

1(DVI)

RJP

INTERFACE

1

2. How to use

Turn on the digital set-top box. (Refer to the owner’s manual for the digital set-top box.)

Select the

H MII1 input source on the TV using the

UT button on the remote control.

DVI-DTV OUTPUT

!

NOTE

A DVI to HDMI cable or adapter is required for this connection. DVI doesn't support audio, so a separate audio connection is necessary.

TV-LINK

CFG

CO

LAN

(SERVICE ONLY)

RESET

RGB(PC)

AUDIO

(RGB/DVI)

UPDA

R

(S

VIDEO

COMPONENT IN

AUDIO

2

/

DVD SETUP

Component Connection

Y P

B

P

R

L R

1. How to connect

Connect the video outputs (Y, P

B

, P

R

) of the DVD to the

1

Match the jack colors (Y = green, P

B

= blue, and P

R

= red).

TV-LINK

CFG

1

LAN

(SERVICE ONLY)

2

2

Connect the audio outputs of the DVD to the

RGB(PC)

RESET U

AUDIO

(RGB/DVI)

R

(S

2. How to use

Turn on the DVD player, insert a DVD.

Select the C po input source on the TV using the

UT button on the remote control.

Refer to the DVD player's manual for operating instructions.

Component Input ports

To get better picture quality, connect a DVD player to the component input ports as shown below.

Component ports on the TV

Y P

B

P

R

Video output ports on DVD player

Y

Y

Y

Y

P

B

B-Y

Cb

Pb

HDMI Connection

1. How to connect

1

Connect the HDMI output of the DVD to the

P

R

R-Y

Cr

Pr

RJP

INTERFACE

(S

2 No separate audio connection is necessary.

HDMI supports both audio and video.

1

VIDEO

COM

2. How to use

Select the H MII1 or H 2 input source on the TV using the IIN UT button on the remote control.

Refer to the DVD player's manual for operating instructions.

HDMI OUTPUT

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VCR SETUP

To avoid picture noise (interference), leave an adequate distance between the VCR and TV.

Antenna Connection

1. How to connect

1

Connect the RF antenna out socket of the

TV.

1

S-VIDEO VIDEO L R

ANT OUT

2

Connect the antenna cable to the RF antenna in socket of the VCR.

OUTPUT

SWITCH

ANT IN

Wall Jack

2

2. How to use

Set VCR output switch to 3 or 4 and then tune TV to the same channel number.

Insert a video tape into the VCR and press

PLAY on the VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner’s manual.)

Antenna

Composite (RCA) Connection

1. How to connect

1

VCR. Match the jack colors (Video = yellow, Audio Left

= white, and Audio Right = red)

ANT OUT

R

ANT IN

L VIDEO

S-VIDEO

OUTPUT

SWITCH

M.P.I.

2. How to use

Insert a video tape into the VCR and press PLAY on the

VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner’s manual.)

Select the

A V 1 input source on the TV using the

IIN button on the remote control.

If connected to

A N 2

, select

A V2 input source on the TV.

GAME

CONTROL

OPTICAL

DIGITAL

AUDIO OUT

1

SPEAKER

OUT

8

UPDATE

RS-232C IN

(SERVICE ONLY)

REMOTE

CONTROL

OUT

!

NOTE

If you have a mono VCR, connect the audio cable

TV.

/

/ /

MONO

/

ANTENNA IN M.P.I.

OTHER A/V SOURCE SETUP

Camcorder

1. How to connect

1

Connect the A UD between TV and external equipment.

Match the jack colors.

(Video = yellow, Audio Left = white, and

Audio Right = red)

2. How to use

Select the

A V2 input source on the TV using the

UT button on the remote control.

If connected to

A N 1 input source on the TV. input, select the

A

Operate the corresponding external equipment.

VIDEO L R

1

Video Game Set

AV IN 2

AUDIO OUT CONNECTION

Send the TV’s audio to external audio equipment via the Audio Output port.

1. How to connect

1

2

3

GIIT ALL A O O T.

Connect the other end of the optical cable to the digital audio input on the audio equipment.

Set the “TV Speaker option - Off” in the AUDIO menu. (

G

). See the external audio equipment instruction manual for operation.

GAME

CONTROL

UPDATE

RS-232C IN

(SERVICE ONLY)

OPTICAL

DIGITAL

AUDIO OUT

SPEAKER

OUT

8

1

REMOTE

CONTROL

OUT

!

NOTE

When connecting with external audio equipment, such as amplifiers or speakers, you can turn the TV speakers off in the menu. (

G p 73 )

AUDIO / / MONO

VIDEO

2

CAUTION

G

Do not look into the optical output port. Looking at the laser beam may damage your vision.

Audio with ACP(Audio Copy Protection) function my block digital audio output.

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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

PC SETUP

This TV provides Plug and Play capability, meaning that the PC adjusts automatically to the TV's settings.

( )

RESET UPDATE

VGA (D-Sub 15 pin) Connection

RGB(PC)

AUDIO

(RGB/DVI)

RS-232C IN

(SERVICE ONLY

1. How to connect

1 jack on the TV.

VIDEO

COMPONENT IN

AUDIO

AU

2

O ((R GB VII)) jack on the TV.

1

2

2. How to use

Turn on the PC and the TV.

Select the

R B--PPC input source on the TV using the

UT button on the remote control.

/

RGB OUTPUT

AUDIO

DVI to HDMI Connection

1. How to connect

1

2 Connect the PC audio output to the A

UD jack on the TV.

O ((R GB VII))

2. How to use

Turn on the PC and the TV.

Select the

H MII1 input source on the TV using the

UT button on the remote control.

2

HDMI/DVI IN

1(DVI)

RJP

INTERFACE

1

2

TV-LINK

CFG

LAN

(SERVICE ONLY)

RESET

RGB(PC)

UP

AUDIO

(RGB/DVI)

(S

VIDEO

COMPONENT IN

AUDIO

/

DVI-PC OUTPUT AUDIO

!

NOTES

To get the best picture quality, adjust the PC graphics card to 1 8 (32/37/42LG710H,

32LD650H, 32LD655H) or 1

(37/42/47/55LD650H, 37/42LD655H).

Depending on the graphics card, DOS mode may not work if a HDMI to DVI Cable is in use.

In PC mode, there may be noise associated with the resolution, vertical pattern, contrast or brightness. If noise is present, change the PC output to another resolution, change the refresh rate to another rate or adjust the brightness and contrast on the PICTURE menu until the picture is clear.

When you use too long RGB-PC cable, there might be a noise on the screen.

Avoid keeping a fixed image on the screen for a long period of time. The fixed image could become permanently imprinted on the screen.

The synchronization input form for Horizontal and

Vertical frequencies is separate.

Depending on the graphics card, some resolution settings may not allow the image to be positioned on the screen properly.

Supported Display Specifications

RGB-PC

Resolution

Horizontal Vertical

Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)

720x400

640x480

31.469

31.469

37.861

70.08

59.94

72.80

800x600

1024x768

1280x768

1360x768

37.879

48.077

48.363

56.476

47.776

60.289

47.712

60.31

72.18

60.00

70.06

59.870

74.893

60.015

HDMI-PC

Resolution

Horizontal Vertical

Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)

720x400

31.469

70.08

640x480

31.469

59.94

800x600

1024x768

1280x768

1360x768

1280x1024

1920x1080

35.156

37.879

48.363

47.776

56.25

60.31

60.00

59.87

47.712

63.981

60.015

60.02

67.50 60.00

1280x1024

1920x1080

63.981

79.976

60.020

75.025

66.587 59.934

For 37/42/47/55LD650H, 37/42LD655H

For 37/42/47/55LD650H, 37/42LD655H

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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

Screen Setup for PC mode

Selecting Resolution

When using RGB-PC input, change the resolution in the menus to match the PC’s.

PICTURE

Move

E

Screen (RGB-PC)

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 50

• Color

• Tint

50

0

• Advanced Control

• Picture Reset

R

Enter

G

SCREEN

Resolution

Auto Config.

Position

Size

Phase

Reset

Move

1024 x 768

1280 x 768

1360 x 768

Prev.

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

ENTER

5

ENTER

Select the desired resolution.

Auto Configure

Automatically adjusts picture position and minimizes image instability. After adjustment, if the image is still not correct, try using the manual settings or a different resolution or refresh rate on the PC.

PICTURE

Move

E

Screen (RGB-PC)

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 50

• Color

• Tint

50

0

• Advanced Control

• Picture Reset

R

Enter

G

SCREEN

Resolution

Auto Config.

Position

Size

Phase

Reset

Move

Yes

To Set

No

Prev.

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

ENTER

5

ENTER

Start Auto Configuration.

• If the position of the image is still not correct, try Auto adjustment again.

• If picture needs to be adjusted again after Auto adjustment in RGB-PC, you

PPhhaassee.

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Adjustment for screen Position, Size, and Phase

If the picture is not clear after auto adjustment and especially if characters are still trembling, adjust the picture phase manually.

This feature operates only in RGB-PC mode.

PICTURE

Move

E

Screen (RGB-PC)

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 50

• Color

• Tint

50

0

• Advanced Control

• Picture Reset

R

Enter

G

SCREEN

Resolution

Auto Config.

Position

Size

Phase

Reset

Move

D

F

E

G

Prev.

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

ENTER

5

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

■ ture to left/right and up/down as you prefer.

SSiizzee: This function is to minimize any vertical bars or stripes visible on the screen background. And the horizontal screen size will also change.

PP hh aa ss ee: This function allows you to remove any horizontal noise and clear or sharpen the image of characters.

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

ENTER

5

ENTER

Screen Reset (Reset to original factory values)

This feature operates only in RGB-PC mode.

PICTURE

Move

E

Screen (RGB-PC)

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 50

• Color

• Tint

50

0

• Advanced Control

• Picture Reset

R

Enter

G

SCREEN

Resolution

Auto config.

Position

Size

Phase

Reset

Move

Yes

To Set

No

Prev.

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38

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS

When using the remote control, aim it at the remote control sensor on the TV.

POWER Turns your TV or any other programmed equipment on or off, depending on mode.

TV/STB/DVD/VCR

Selects the remote’s operating mode: TV, STB, DVD, or

VCR.

GUIDE Displays and removes the electronic channel guide.

PORTAL Displays and removes the hotel interactive menu.

INFO

Displays information about the selected or current events.

TV

POWER

DVD

STB

GUIDE PORTAL

VCR

INFO i

ENTER

NUMBER button

Enters channel numbers or other numbers required. Also supports characters.

— (DASH)

Selects a program number for multiple program channels such as 2-1, 2-2, etc.

FLASHBK

Tunes to the last channel or input viewed.

VCR/DVD/USB control buttons

Controls video cassette recorders or DVD players or USB.

PIP Toggles through picture-in-picture options.

RATIO Changes the aspect ratio.

G p..5

8

TIMER Turns the TV off in a set amount o f time.

G p..8

4

SAP

Analog mode: Selects MTS sound (Mono, Stereo, or a

SAP)

G

DTV mode: Changes the audio language.

PIP CH +/-

Changes the PIP channel.

PIP SWAP

Exchanges the main/sub images.

PIP INPUT

Selects the connected input source for the sub-picture.

RETURN MENU

INPUT

VOL

CC

ALPHA/NUM

MUTE

REMOVE

1

.:/,

4

GHI

7

PQRS

2

ABC

5

JKL

8

TUV

0

&@

CH

P

A

G

E

3

DEF

6

MNO

9

WXYZ

FLASHBK

PIP

RATIO TIMER

SAP

PIP CH-

PIP CH+ PIP SWAP PIP INPUT

THUMBSTICK

(Up/Down/Left

Right/ENTER)

Navigates the on-screen menus and adjusts the system settings to your preference.

RETURN Clears all on-screen displays and returns to TV viewing from any menu.

MENU

Displays the main menu.

INPUT Rotates through inputs.

Also switches the TV on from standby.

VOLUME UP

/DOWN

CC

Adjusts the volume.

Selects a closed caption.

G p..7

8

MUTE

Switches the sound on or off.

G

CHANNEL

UP/DOWN

Selects available channels.

PAGE

UP/DOWN

Moves from one full set of screen information to the next one.

Installing Batteries

■ Open the battery compartment cover on the back side and install the batteries with the correct polarity (+with +,-with -).

Install two 1.5V AAA batteries. Don’t mix old or used batteries with new ones.

■ Close cover.

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40

TURNING ON THE TV

1

First, connect the power cord correctly.

At this moment, the TV switches to standby mode.

In standby mode to turn TV on, press the the PPO WEER button on the remote control.

button on the TV or press

2

Select the viewing source by using the IIN UT button on the remote control.

3

When finished using the TV, press the PPO WEER button on the remote control.

The TV reverts to standby mode.

!

NOTE

If you intend to be away on vacation, disconnect the power plug from the wall power outlet.

CHANNEL SELECTION

1 Press the C H(( or )) or N UM R buttons to select a channel number.

VOLUME ADJUSTMENT

Adjust the volume to suit your personal preference.

1

2

3

Press the V OLL ((+ or --)) button to adjust the volume.

If you want to switch the sound off, press the M UT button.

You can cancel the Mute function by pressing the M UT or V OLL ((+ or --)) button.

ON-SCREEN MENUS SELECTION

Your TV's OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from that shown in this manual.

CHANNEL

Auto Tuning

Manual Tuning

Channel Edit

Channel Label

Move Enter

PICTURE

Aspect Ratio : 16:9

Picture Mode : Standard

• BackLight

• Contrast

90

90

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 60

• Color

• Tint

E

60

0

Move Enter

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume : On

Clear Voice II : On

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

Enter

+

R

OPTION

Move

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: Off

: 1

: Off

Enter

CHANNEL PICTURE AUDIO TIME

OPTION LOCK INPUT USB

TIME

Clock

Off Time

On Time

Sleep Timer

Move Enter

: Off

: Off

: Off

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

For USA

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

TV Rating-English

TV Rating-French

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

For CANADA

1

MENU

Display each menu.

2

ENTER

Select a menu item.

3

ENTER

Accept the current selection.

4

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

INPUT

TV

AV1

AV2

Component

RGB-PC

HDMI1

HDMI2

Move Enter

!

NOTE

32/37/42LD655H

USB

Photo List

Music List

Extra Contents

Eject

Move Enter

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42

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

CHANNEL SETUP

Auto Scan (Auto Tuning)

Automatically finds all channels available through antenna or cable inputs and stores them in memory on the channel list.

Run Auto Tuning again after any Antenna/Cable connection changes.

CHANNEL

Auto Tuning

Manual Tuning

Channel Edit

Channel Label

Move Enter

CHANNEL

Auto Tuning

Manual Tuning

Channel Edit

Channel Label

Move Enter

Check your antenna connection.

The previous channel information will be updated during Auto

Tuning.

Yes

No

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

ENTER

5

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

A password is required to gain access to

Auto Tuning menu if the Lock System is turned on.

Add/Delete Channel (Manual Tuning)

If selecting DIGITAL input signal, you can view the on-screen signal strength monitor to see the quality of the signal being received.

CHANNEL

Auto Tuning

Manual Tuning

Channel Edit

Channel Label

Move Enter

CHANNEL

Auto Tuning

Manual Tuning

Channel Edit

Channel Label

Move Enter

F

DIGITAL

Select channel type and

RF-channel number.

Channel

2

DIGITAL 2-1

Bad Normal Good

Delete

Close

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

Select channel you want to add or delete.

5

ENTER

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

A password is required to gain access to

Manual Tuning menu if the Lock System is turned on.

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WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Channel Editing

The channels in the Channel Edit List are displayed in black and the channels deleted from the Channel Edit

List are displayed in blue. When a channel number is deleted, it means that you will be unable to select it using button during TV viewing.

If you wish to select the deleted channel, directly enter the channel number with the NUMBER buttons or select

CHANNEL

Auto Tuning

Manual Tuning

Channel Edit

Channel Label

Move Enter

44

1

MENU

2

ENTER

Navigation CH Page Change Ch. Change

4

BLUE

Previous

Add/Delete

Select channel you want to add or delete.

5

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

3

ENTER

MENU

Select a channel.

Return to TV viewing.

CHANNEL LABEL

Choose preset labels for your channels.

If a channel label is provided on the signal from the broadcasting station, the TV displays a short name for a channel even if you didn't preset a label for the channel.

CHANNEL

Auto Tuning

Manual Tuning

Channel Edit

Channel Label

Move Enter

CHANNEL

Auto Tuning

Manual Tuning

Channel Edit

Channel Label

Move Enter

Channel

Logo

ANALOG 2-0

F

Disney

G

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

Select a Channel.

Select a channel to set logo.

Close

5

Select the appropriate logo for the channel.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

INPUT LIST

TV AV1 AV2 Component RGB-PC

1

INPUT

ENTER

Select the desired input source.

AV1 TV

HDMI2 HDMI1 RGB-PC

AV2

Component

■ and digital cable broadcasts.

■ other external equipment.

DVD or a Digital set-top box. definition devices.

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WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

EXAMPLE ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE

This is an example of a typical TV electronic program guide showing available programming.

CHANNEL INDICATOR

Currently tuned channel and program.

TV PROGRAM

Current program on selected channel.

Kids

PROGRAMMING GRID

Program listings arranged in time slots

.

DATE/TIME OSD

Shows current Date/Time.

K&M Kids Movies

Mon. 29 May 2009 11:07

Channel 01:30 AM

17 XYZ On The Political Scene

18 K&M

19 PQX

20 WBD

Kids Movies

Top Fashions

World Events Today

2:30 AM

2:45 AM

Kids ...

3:00 AM

Kids ...

New Release

Greatest Hits

EVENT CHANNEL SELECTION

PORTAL INFO

ENTER

CHANNEL LIST

Shows available channels in numerical order.

PROGRAM TITLES

Highlight a title and press

Enter to display additional program information.

FEATURED ATTRACTION

Highlight and click to get expanded information.

1

GUIDE

2

ENTER

Select a Channel.

USB

■ Image shown may differ from your TV.

ENTRY MODES

When you connect a USB device, this pop-up menu is displayed automatically.

When the Pop-Up menu does not appear, you can select Photo List or Music List on Extra contents.

On a USB device, you can not add a new folder or delete an existing folder.

1 on the side of TV.

This TV supports playback of JPG pictures and MP3 audio. or

Memory Key

2 ii

Fl

Choose the media you want.

Photo List

Music List

Extra Contents

Close

3

ENTER

When removing the USB device

USB

Photo List

Music List

Extra Contents

Eject

Move Enter

USB

Photo List

Music List

Extra Contents

Eject

Move Enter i Now you can eject USB.

Close

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

Select EEjjeecctt.

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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USB

Precautions with USB devices.

Only a USB storage device is recognizable.

If the USB storage device is connected through a USB hub, the device is not recognizable.

A USB storage device using an automatic recognition program may not be recognized.

A USB storage device which uses its own driver may not be recognized.

The recognition speed of a USB storage device may depend on each device.

In case of a card reader, up to four memory cards are concurrently recognizable.

Please do not turn off the TV or unplug the USB device when the connected USB storage device is working.

When such device is suddenly separated or unplugged, the stored files or the USB storage device may be damaged.

Only use a USB storage device which has normal music, image or movie files.

Please connect power to a USB storage device (over 0.4A) which requires an external power supply. If not, the device may not be recognized.

Please connect a USB storage device with cable is offered by USB maker. If connected with cable is not offered by USB maker or an excessively long cable, the device may not be recognized.

Some USB storage devices may not be supported or operate properly.

File alignment method of USB storage device is similar to Window XP and filename can recognize up to 100

English characters.

Please backup important files because data on the USB device may be damaged. Data management is the consumer's responsibility and as a result, the manufacturer does not cover data damage.

Please use only a USB storage device which was formatted as a FAT32, NTFS file system provided with the Windows operating system. In case of a storage device formatted as a different utility programme which is not supported by

Windows, it may not be recognized.

Data in a USB storage device cannot be deleted in the NTFS file system.

If your USB memory device has multiple partitions, or if you use a USB multi-card reader, you can use up to 4 partitions or USB memory devices.

The recommended capacity is 1TB or less for a USB external hard disk and 32GB or less for USB memory.

Any device with more than the recommended capacity may not work properly.

When using a USB HDD via the USB extensing cable, connect a support electric power source.

PHOTO LIST

This TV only supports picture in JPEG(.jpg) format.

The On-Screen Display on your model may be slightly different.

Supported photo file: *.JPG

• You can view JPG files only.

• Only baseline scan is supported among JPG.

• Supported JPG size: 64 pixel (width) x 64 pixel (height) to 15360 pixel (width) x 8640 pixel (height)

Screen Components

1

MENU

2

ENTER ENTER

1

2

3

4

5

Moves to upper level folder

Preview: Displays the thumbnail/folder name of the photo in the selected folder

Current page/Total pages

Total number of marked photos

Corresponding buttons on the remote control

2

1

3 4

Photo List

Drive1

JMJ001

1366 x 768, 125KB

Up Folder

Navigation

Page 2/3

No Marked

Up Folder

KY101

KY102

JMJ001

JMJ002

JMJ003

JMJ004

06/10/2008

04/03/2008

01/01/2000

06/15/2008

04/03/2008

02/18/2008

Popup Menu

5

KY103

KY104

KY105

JMJ005

JMJ006

JMJ007

JMJ008

03/30/2008

06/19/2008

01/31/2008

05/13/2008

05/26/2008

02/18/2008

02/18/2008

Exit

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USB

Photo Selection and Pop-up Menu

Photo List

Drive1

JMJ001

1366 x 768, 125KB

Up Folder

Page 2/3

No Marked

Up Folder

KY101

06/10/2008

KY102

JMJ001

JMJ002

JMJ003

JMJ004

04/03/2008

01/01/2000

06/15/2008

04/03/2008

02/18/2008

Navigation

Popup Menu

KY103

KY104

KY105

JMJ005

JMJ006

JMJ007

JMJ008

03/30/2008

06/19/2008

01/31/2008

05/13/2008

05/26/2008

02/18/2008

02/18/2008

Exit

Photo List

Drive1

JMJ001

1366 x

768, 125KB

Up Folder

Page 2/3

No Marked

Up Folder

KY101

KY102

JMJ001

JMJ002

JMJ003

JMJ004

06/10/2008

04/03/2008

01/01/2000

06/15/2008

04/03/2008

02/18/2008

Navigation

Popup Menu

KY103

KY104

03/30/2008

01/31/2008

05/13/2008

05/26/2008

02/18/2008

02/18/2008

Exit

When you select a file (not folder), this Pop-Up menu is displayed.

photo item.

1

Select the target folder or drive.

2

ENTER

Select the desired photos.

3

ENTER

Show the Pop-up menu.

4

ENTER

Select the desired Popup menu.

■ When one or more photos are marked, you can view individual photos or a slide show of the marked photos. If no photos are marked, you can view all photos individually or all photos in the folder in a slide show.

Full Screen Menu

You can change the Photo List view so that it fills the screen. More operations are available in full screen mode.

Photo List

Drive1

JMJ001

1366 x 768, 125KB

Up Folder

Page 2/3 No Marked

Up Folder

KY101

KY102

JMJ001

JMJ002

JMJ003

JMJ004

06/10/2008

04/03/2008

01/01/2000

06/15/2008

04/03/2008

02/18/2008

Navigation

Popup Menu

KY103

KY104

KY105

JMJ005

JMJ006

JMJ007

JMJ008

03/30/2008

06/19/2008

01/31/2008

05/13/2008

05/26/2008

02/18/2008

02/18/2008

Exit

Photo List

Drive1

JMJ001

1366 x 768, 125KB

Up Folder

Page 2/3

No Marked

Up Folder

KY101

KY102

JMJ001

JMJ002

JMJ003

JMJ004

06/10/2008

04/03/2008

01/01/2000

06/15/2008

04/03/2008

02/18/2008

Navigation Popup Menu

KY103

KY104

03/30/2008

01/31/2008

05/13/2008

05/26/2008

02/18/2008

02/18/2008

Exit

Slideshow BGM

1/17

Delete Option Hide

The aspect ratio of a photo may change the size of the photo displayed on the screen in full size.

TU N button to move to the previous menu screen.

1

Select the target folder or drive.

2

ENTER

Select the desired photos.

3

ENTER

Show the Pop-up menu.

4

5

ENTER

The selected photo is displayed in full size.

■ photo page.

button to navigate in the

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52

USB

Slideshow BGM

1/17

Delete Option Hide

6

ENTER deesshho w, B M,

Use next photo. button to select the previous or

Use button to select and control the menu on the full-sized screen.

slide show. If no photo is selected, all photos in the current folder are displayed during slide show.

■ Rotates the photo 90

°,

180

°,

270

°,

360

°

clockwise.

■ Use values. Then go to the settings.

■ playing.

To see the menu again on the full-sized screen, press

Press

F

to set the time interval between slides.

Slide Speed

Music Album

Fast

...

Enter

Cancel

MUSIC LIST

You can use the Music List menu to play MP3 files from a USB storage device.

This TV cannot play back copy-protected files.

The On-Screen Display on your model may be slightly different.

Supported music file: *.MP3

Bit rate range 32 Kbps - 320 Kbps

• Sampling rate (Sampling Frequency)

MPEG1 layer 3: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz

MPEG2 layer 3: 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz

MPEG2.5 layer 3: 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz

Screen Components

1

MENU

2

ENTER ENTER

1

2

3

4

5

Moves to upper level folder

Preview: If a supported picture of the album jacket is in the file, it will be displayed here.

2

Current page/Total pages

Total number of marked files

Corresponding buttons on the remote control

1

Music List

Drive1

00:00 / 04:16

Up Folder

Navigation Popup Menu

5

3 4

Page 2/3

No Marked

Title

Up Folder

Duration

Exit

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54

USB

Music Selection and Pop-up Menu

Music List

Drive1

Page 2/3 No Marked

Title

Up Folder

00:00 / 04:16

Up Folder

Navigation Popup Menu

Duration

Exit

PPllaayy (During stop): Play the selected file.

Once a song finishes playing, the next selected one will be played. When there are no selected files to play, the next one in the current folder will be played. If you go to a different folder and playback will stop.

file finishes playing, the next selected one will be played automatically.

ing files.

files and then move to the Photo List.

Music List

Drive1

Page 2/3 No Marked

Title

Up Folder

00:00 / 04:16

Up Folder

Navigation Popup Menu

Duration

3945 KB

128 Kbps

Play

Play with Photo

Mark

Mark All

Delete

Close

files.

1

Select the target folder or drive.

2

ENTER

Select the desired musics.

3

ENTER

Show the Pop-up menu.

4

ENTER

Select the desired Pop-up menu.

5

RETURN

Return to TV viewing.

■ button to navigate in the music page.

If no music is marked, all the music in the folder will be played in sequence. When one or more music files are marked, the marked music files will be played in sequence. If you want to listen to only one song repeatedly, just mark that one file and play.

■ The play information box (as shown below) will automatically move across the screen when there is no user input to prevent a fixed image remaining on the screen for a extended period of time.

!

NOTE

When music is playing, is displayed in front of the music play time.

A damaged or corrupted music file that does not play displays 00:00 as the play time.

Files downloaded from a paid service with copyright protection are not supported and will not play.

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EXTRA CONTENTS

Extra Contents will be activated when Data Channel service is available.

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Choose the media you want.

Photo List

Music List

Extra Contents

Close

1

MENU

2

ENTER ENTER

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NOTE

Pro:Centric contents in USB memory stick can be played.

For more information. contact to Customer Support.(www.lgcommercial.com)

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PICTURE CONTROL

PIP (PICTURE-IN-PICTURE)

PIP enables the end user to view two sources on the screen at the same time. The end user can switch between the Main and Sub picture sizes.

Note: Actual size of Main screen and PIP inset may be different than shown above.

PIP Operation

1. Connect auxiliary source(s) to TV connections panel.

2. Enter Installer menu to be sure source(s) is enabled.

3. Use the interactive remote provided in the room to operate PIP.

4. Press PIP on remote.

Use the PIP function keys to operate the available PIP features.

5. To exit PIP mode, simply press PIP.

PIP

Turns PIP mode on and off.

PIP CH-

Selects next lower channel for PIP window.

PIP CH+

Selects next higher channel for PIP window.

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8

TUV

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PIP RATIO TIMER SAP

PIP CHPIP CH+

PIP SWAP

PIP INPUT

PIP INPUT

Selects viewing source for PIP window.

PIP SWAP

Switches Main screen and

PIP window sources.

Main Picture Source

TV

AV1or AV2

HDMI1or HDMI2

Component, RGB-PC

Available Sub Picture Sources

AV1, AV2, HDMI1, HDMI2

TV, AV1or AV2, HDMI1, HDMI2

TV, AV1, AV2, HDMI1or HDMI2

TV, AV1, AV2, HDMI1, HDMI2

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PICTURE CONTROL

PICTURE SIZE (ASPECT RATIO) CONTROL

This feature lets you choose the way an analog picture with a 4:3 aspect ratio is displayed on your TV.

RGB-PC input source can only use 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio.

1

RATIO

: SSeett B

2

RETURN

Return to TV viewing.

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Set by program

Selects the proper picture proportion to match the source’s image.

(4:3 4:3)

Set By Program

(16:9 16:9)

Set By Program

16:9

Adjust the picture horizontally, in a linear proportion to fill the entire screen.

4:3

Choose 4:3 when you want to view a picture with an original 4:3 aspect ratio.

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PICTURE CONTROL

Zoom

Choose Zoom when you want to view the picture without any alteration. However, the top and bottom portions of the picture will be cropped.

Just Scan

Normally the edges of video signals are cropped

1-2%. Just Scan turns off this cropping and shows the complete video.

Notes: If there is noise on the edges of the original signal, it will be visible when Just Scan is activated.

JJuusstt SSccaann operates only with

DTV/CADTV/HDMI-DTV/DVI-DTV

(720p/1080i), Component(720p/1080i) input sources.

PRESET PICTURE SETTINGS (PICTURE MODE)

There are factory presets for picture settings available in the user menus. You can use a preset, change each setting manually, , or use the Intelligent Sensor.

PICTURE

Aspect Ratio : 16:9

Picture Mode : Standard

• Backlight

• Contrast

70

90

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 70

• Color

• Tint

E

60

0

Move

R

Enter

G

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

Select IInntteelllliiggeenntt SSeennsso

SSttaannd

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4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

PICTURE

Aspect Ratio : 16:9

Picture Mode : Standard

• Backlight

• Contrast

70

90

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 70

• Color

• Tint

E

60

0

Move Enter

Intelligent Sensor

Vivid

Standard

Natural

Cinema

Sport

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■ is changed contrast, brightness, sharpness, color and tint automatically.

■ for the optimum picture quality at the factory.

■ most natural screen status.

■ optimum viewing condition for the general user.

watching movies.

■ effect of the video in the retail store.

Strengthen the contrast, brightness, color and sharpness for vivid picture.

emphasize dynamic video and primary color (e.g, white, uniform, grass, sky blue etc.) by realizing the optimal screen for sports.

■ picture is automatically adjusted according to the surrounding conditions.

response speed in a fast gaming screen.

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PICTURE CONTROL

MANUAL PICTURE ADJUSTMENT - USER MODE

Adjust the picture appearance to suit your preference and viewing situations.

PICTURE

Move

Aspect Ratio : 16:9

Picture Mode : Standard

• Backlight

• Contrast

70

90

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 70

• Color

• Tint

E

60

0 R

Enter

G

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

ENTER

5

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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Enter

■ brightness of LCD panel, to control the brightness of the screen. Adjusting the backlight is recommended when setting the brightness of the set. When decreasing the backlight, the brightness of the black becomes darker without any loss in video signal and the power consumption is reduced.

■ dient of the video signal. You may use

Contrast when the bright part of picture is saturated.

■ the signal in the picture. You may use

Brightness when the dark part of the picture is saturated.

■ ness in the edges between the light and dark areas of the picture. The lower the level, the softer the image.

and green levels.

PICTURE IMPROVEMENT TECHNOLOGY

You can calibrate the screen for each Picture Mode or set the video value according to the special video screen.

You can set the video seeing differently for each input. function for each Picture Mode.

PICTURE

Move

Picture Mode : Standard

• Backlight

• Contrast

70

90

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 70

• Color 60

• Tint 0

• Advanced Control

E

R

Enter

G

PICTURE

Move Enter

Picture Mode : Standard

• Backlight

• Contrast

70

90

• Brightness 50

Color Temperature

Dynamic Contrast

• Sharpness 70

• Color 60

Noise Reduction

• Tint 0

Gamma

• Advanced Control

Black Level

E

Eye Care

G

Real Cinema

E

Close

Medium

Medium

G

Low

Medium

Medium

Low

Off

Off

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

Select your desired options.

4

Make appropriate adjustments.

5

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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PICTURE CONTROL

Color Temperature

Dynamic Contrast

Dynamic Color

Noise Reduction

Gamma

Black Level

Eye Care

Real Cinema

Color Gamut

Set to warm to enhance hotter colors such as red, or set to cool to enhance cooler colors such as blue.

Adjusts the contrast to keep it at the best level according to the brightness of the screen. The picture is improved by making bright parts brighter and dark parts darker.

Adjusts screen colors so that they look livelier, richer and clearer. This feature enhances hue, saturation and luminance so that red, blue, green and white look more vivid.

Reduces screen noise without compromising video quality.

Low : Make dark and middle gray level area of the picture brighter.

Medium: Express original picture levels.

High: Make dark and middle gray level area of the picture darker.

You can adjust brightness of dark area and middle gray level area of the picture.

Low: The reflection of the screen gets darker.

High: The reflection of the screen gets brighter.

Set black level of the screen to proper level.

This function enables to select 'Low' or 'High' in the following mode: AV (NTSC-M),

HDMI or Component.

Adjust the brightness of the screen to prevent the screen from being too bright.

Dims extremely bright pictures.

Makes video clips recorded in film look more natural by eliminating judder effect.

Standard: Displays standard set of colors.

Wide: Increase number of colors used.

Maximize the utilization of color to increase color quality.

PICTURE RESET

Settings of the selected picture modes return to the default factory settings.

PICTURE

Move Enter

E

?

Yes

• Backlight

• Color

• Tint

70

• Contrast

• Brightness

90

50

Continue?

• Sharpness 70

60

0

R

• Advanced Control

• Picture Reset

Screen (RGB-PC)

G

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

ENTER

Initialize the adjusted value.

5

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

PICTURE ii

Move

Screen (RGB-PC)

E

• Backlight 70

• Contrast 90

• Brightness 50

• Sharpness 70

• Tint

60

0

• Advanced Control

• Picture Reset

R

Enter

G

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PICTURE CONTROL

DEMO MODE

Displays a slide show to explain the various feature of this TV.

OPTION

Move

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: Off

: 1

: Off

Enter

OPTION

Move Enter

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: Off

: 1

: Off Off

On

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER feature of the TV.

4

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

If you want to stop the demo, press any button

(Except VOL +, - and MUTE button).

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

AUTO VOLUME LEVELER (AUTO VOLUME)

Auto Volume makes sure that the volume level remains consistent whether you are watching a commercial or a regular TV program.

Because each broadcasting station has its own signal conditions, volume adjustment may be needed every time the channel is changed. This feature allows users to enjoy stable volume levels by making automatic adjustments for each program.

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : On

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

Enter

+

R

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume

Clear Voice II

: On

: On

• Level 3

On

-

0

Off

L

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

Enter

+

R

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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PRESET SOUND SETTINGS (SOUND MODE)

Sound Mode lets you enjoy the best sound without any special adjustment as the TV sets the appropriate sound options based on the program content.

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

Enter

+

R

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

AUDIO

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

• Treble

• Bass

E

Move Enter

3

0

-

L

Standard

+

R

50

50

Cinema

Sport

Game

■ sound quality at the factory.

■ sound.

■ music.

■ movies.

■ sports events.

■ games.

SOUND SETTING ADJUSTMENT - USER MODE

Adjust the sound to suit your taste and room situations.

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

Enter

+

R

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

• Bass

E

3

0

50

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble

• Treble

• Bass

Enter

+

R

50

50

Close

Off

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

ENTER

5

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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SOUND &LANGUAGE CONTROL

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SRS TRUSURROUND XT / INFINITE SOUND

Takes advantage of any multi-channel format without needing to add extra speakers or equipment. Dialog clarity, bass enrichment, and the addition of stereo audio enhancement produces an immersive sound experience from standard stereo material.

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

Enter

+

R

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AUDIO

Move Enter

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

+

R

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble

• SRS TruSurround XT

50

• Bass

E

50

• Treble 50

• Bass 50

Close

Off

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

• Infinite Sound:

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

-

L

Off

Enter

+

R

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AUDIO

Move Enter

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

+

R

• Infinite Sound:

• Treble

Off

• Infinite Sound

50

• Bass

E

50

• Treble 50

• Bass 50

Close

Off

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

If sound quality or volume is not at the level you want, it is recommended to use a separate home theater system or amp to cope with different user environments.

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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■ patented LG proprietary sound processing technology that strives immersive 5.1

surround sound with just two front speakers. (For 32/37/42/47/55LD650H,

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1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

CLEAR VOICE II

By differentiating the human sound range from others, it improves the sound quality of voices.

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : On

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

Enter

+

R

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : On

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

Off

On

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

Enter

+

R

Adjustment for Clear Voice ll Level

O nn

4

ENTER

Select LLeevveell.

5

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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SOUND &LANGUAGE CONTROL

BALANCE

Adjust the left/right sound of speaker to suit your taste and room situations.

AUDIO

Move Enter

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

E

50

+

R

AUDIO

Move Enter

Auto Volume : Off

Clear Voice II : Off

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

• Bass

E

3

0

50

-

L

+

R

Balance 0

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

Close

L R

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

TV SPEAKERS ON/OFF SETUP

If you wish to use an external Hi-Fi system or a SRS System, turn off the TV’s internal speakers.

there is no video signal.

Turn the TV speakers off if using external audio equipment.

AUDIO

Move

E

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

TV Speaker

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

• Reset

50

: On

Enter

+

R

AUDIO

Move

E

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

TV Speaker

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

• Reset

50

: On

Off

On

Enter

+

R

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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SOUND &LANGUAGE CONTROL

AUDIO RESET

Settings of the selected Sound Mode return to the default factory settings.

AUDIO

Move

E

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard

3

0

-

L

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

• Bass

• Reset

50

E

Enter

+

R

AUDIO

Move Enter

E

• Level

Balance

Sound Mode : Standard ii

3

0

-

L

+

R

• SRS TruSurround XT: Off

• Treble 50

Resetting audio configuration...

• Bass 50

• Reset

E

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

Initialize the adjusted value.

4

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

STEREO/SAP BROADCAST SETUP

For Analog only: This TV can receive MTS stereo programs and any SAP (Secondary Audio Program) that accompanies the stereo program if the station transmits an additional sound signal. Mono sound is automatically used if the broadcast is only in Mono.

MONO STEREO SAP

1

SAP

2

RETURN

Return to TV viewing.

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SOUND &LANGUAGE CONTROL

AUDIO LANGUAGE

Other languages may be available if a digital signal is provided by the broadcasting station.

This feature operates only in DTV mode.

OPTION

Move

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: Off

: 1

: Off

Enter

OPTION

Move Enter

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: Off

: 1

: Off

Spanish

French

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

Select your desired language.

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

ON-SCREEN MENUS LANGUAGE SELECTION

The menus can be shown on the screen in the selected language.

OPTION

Move

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: Off

: 1

: Off

Enter

OPTION

Move Enter

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

English

: English

Español

: Off

Français

: 1

: Off

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

Select your desired language.

From this point on, the on-screen menus will be shown in the selected language.

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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SOUND &LANGUAGE CONTROL

CAPTION MODE

Analog Broadcasting System Captions

Captions are provided to help the hearing impaired watch TV. Select a caption mode for displaying captioning information if provided on a program. Analog caption displays information at any position on the screen and is usually the program's dialog. Caption/Text, if provided by the broadcaster, would be available for both digital and analog channels on the Antenna/Cable. This TV is programmed to memorize the caption/text mode which

OPTION

Move

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: Off

: 1

: Off

Enter

OPTION

Move Enter

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: CC1

: 1

: Off

Mode

On

CC1

Digital Option

Close

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

5

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

Analog, DTV, and Digital Option become disabled.

The term for the words that scroll across the bottom of the TV screen; usually the audio portion of the program provided for the hearing impaired.

The term for the words that appear in a large black frame and almost cover the entire screen; usually messages provided by the broadcaster.

Digital Broadcasting System Captions

Choose the language you want the DTV/CADTV Captions to appear in.

Other Languages can be chosen for digital sources only if they are included on the program.

This function in only available when Caption Mode is set On.

OPTION

Move

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: Off

: 1

: Off

Enter

OPTION

Move Enter

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: CC1

: 1

: Off

Mode

On

CC1

Digital Option

Close

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

5

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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Caption Option

Customize the DTV captions that appear on your screen.

This function in only available when Caption Mode is set On.

OPTION

Move

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: Off

: 1

: Off

Enter

OPTION

Move Enter

Menu Language

Audio Language

Caption

Set ID

Demo Mode

Data Broadcasting

: English

: English

: Off

: 1

On

CC1

Digital Option

Close

Size

Font

Text Color

Text Opacity

Bg Color

Custom

G

A Standard

Font 1

White

Solid

Black

Bg Opacity

Edge Type

Edge Color

Solid

None

Black

Close

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

5

ENTER

6 preference. A preview icon is provided at the bottom of the screen, use it to see the caption language.

7

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

SSiizzee: Set the word size.

■ text.

■ for the text color.

■ background color.

■ the opacity for the background color.

edges.

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

TIME SETTING

CLOCK SETTING

Auto Clock Setup

The time is set automatically from a digital channel signal.

The digital channel signal includes information for the current time provided by the broadcasting station.

Set the clock manually if the current time is set incorrectly by the auto clock function.

TIME

Clock

Off Time

On Time

Sleep Timer

Move Enter

: Off

: Off

: Off

TIME

Clock

Off Time

On Time

Sleep Timer

Move Enter

: Off

Year

Hour

Minute

Time Zone

Daylight

Saving

Auto

02

21

2009

10 AM

10

Eastern

Auto

Close

Select your viewing area time zone.

5 whether or not your viewing area observes

Daylight Saving time).

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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Manual Clock Setup

If the current time setting is wrong, reset the clock manually.

TIME

Clock

Off Time

On Time

Sleep Timer

Move Enter

: Off

: Off

: Off

TIME

Clock

Off Time

On Time

Sleep Timer

: Off

: Off

: Off

Move Enter

Month

Date

Year

Hour

Minute

Time Zone

Daylight

Saving

Manual

02

21

2009

10 AM

10

Eastern

Auto

Close

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

Select the Year, Month, Date, Hour, or Minutes option.

5

Set the Year, Month, Date, Hour, or Minutes option.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

AUTO ON/OFF TIME SETTING

This function operates only if the current time has been set.

TIME

Clock

Off Time

On Time

Sleep Timer

Move Enter

: Off

: Off

: Off

TIME

Clock

Off Time : Off

On Time

Sleep Timer : Off

Move Enter

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Repeat

Minute

F

Once

G

6 AM

30

Close

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

4

5

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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SLEEP TIMER SETTING

The Sleep Timer turns the TV off at the preset time.

Note that this setting is cleared when the TV is turned off.

TIME

Clock

Off Time

On Time

Sleep Timer

Move Enter

: Off

: Off

: Off

TIME

Clock

Off Time

On Time

Sleep Timer

Move Enter

: Off

: Off

: Off

Off

10 min.

20 min.

30 min.

60 min.

90 min.

120 min.

180 min.

240 min.

1

MENU

2

ENTER

3

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

Press the SSLLEEEEPP button repeatedly to select the number of minutes.

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS

Parental Control can be used to block specific channels, ratings and other viewing sources.

The Parental Control Function (V-Chip) is used to block program viewing based on the ratings sent by the broadcasting station. The default setting is to allow all programs to be viewed. Viewing can be blocked by choosing the type of the program and the categories. It is also possible to block all program viewing for a time period. To use this function, the following must be done :

1. Set ratings and categories to be blocked.

2. Specify a password

3. Enable the lock

V-Chip rating and categories

Rating guidelines are provided by broadcasting stations. Most television programs and television movies can be blocked by TV Rating and/or Individual Categories. Movies that have been shown at the theaters or direct-tovideo movies use the Movie Rating System (MPAA) only.

Ratings for Television programs including made-for-TV movies :

TV-G (General audience)

TV-PG (Parental guidance suggested)

TV-14 (Parents strongly cautioned)

TV-MA (Mature audience only)

TV-Y

(All children)

TV-Y7 (Children 7 years older)

SET PASSWORD & LOCK SYSTEM

Setting up Your Password

Set up blocking schemes to block specific channels, ratings, and external viewing sources.

A password is required to gain access to this menu.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : On

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

Enter Password

* * * *

Close

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1 2 3

ABC .:/, DEF

4

GHI

5

JKL

6

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

&@

Input the password.

is enable.

The TV is set up with the initial password “0-0-0-0”.

85

86

PARENTAL CONTROL /RATINGS

Lock System

Enables or disables the blocking scheme you set up previously.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

1

MENU

ENTER

LOCK

Move

Lock System : On

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

Off

On

4

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

2

3

ENTER

is enable.

Set Password

Set up blocking schemes to block specific channels, ratings, and external viewing sources.

A password is required to gain access to this menu.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

LOCK

Move Enter

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

New

Confirm

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

*

*

Close

*

*

*

*

*

*

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1

.:/,

4

GHI

2

ABC

3

DEF

5

JKL

6

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

&@

3

Input the password.

4

ENTER

1

.:/,

4

GHI

7

PQRS

2

ABC

3

DEF

5

JKL

8

TUV

0

&@

6

MNO

9

WXYZ

Choose any 4 digits for your new password.

As soon as the 4 digits are entered, re-enter

5

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

87

88

PARENTAL CONTROL /RATINGS

CHANNEL BLOCKING

Blocks any channels that you do not want to watch or that you do not want your children to watch.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

Ch. Change

Navigation

Block/Unblock

CH Page Change

Previous

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1 2 3

.:/, ABC

6 4

GHI

5

JKL

DEF

MNO

9

WXYZ

8

TUV

0

&@

3

Input the password.

4

ENTER Select a channel to block or unblock.

5

Block or unblock a channel.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

MOVIE & TV RATING

Movie Rating (MPAA)

-

For USA

Blocks movies according to the movie ratings limits specified, so children cannot view certain movies. You can set the ratings limit by blocking out all the movies with the ratings above a specified level. Keep in mind that the movie ratings limit only applies to movies shown on TV, not TV programs, such as soap operas.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

Blocking off : Permits all programs

G

PG

PG-13

R

NC-17

X

Blocking Off

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1

4

.:/,

GHI

2

5

ABC

JKL

3

6

DEF

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

&@

3

Input the password.

4

ENTER

Select G

X, or B

5

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

G (General audience)

PG (Parental guidance suggested)

PG-13 (Parents strongly cautioned)

R (Restricted)

NC-17 (No one 17 and under admitted)

X (Adult only)

Blocking Off (Permits all programs)

If you set PG-13: G and PG movies will be available, PG-13, R, NC-17 and X will be blocked.

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90

PARENTAL CONTROL /RATINGS

TV Rating Children

- For USA

Prevents children from watching certain children's TV programs, according to the ratings limit set. The children rating does not apply to other TV programs. Unless you block certain TV programs intended for mature audiences in the TV Rating - sub menu, your children can view those programs.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

LOCK

Move Enter

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Age

Fantasy Violence

Close

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1

.:/,

2

ABC

3

6 4

GHI

5

JKL

DEF

MNO

8

TUV

0

&@

9

WXYZ

3

Input the password.

4

ENTER

5

ENTER Select block options.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

Age (applies to TV-Y, TV-Y7)

Fantasy Violence (applies to TV-Y7)

TV Rating General

- For USA

Based on the ratings, blocks certain TV programs that you and your family do not want to view.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

LOCK

Move Enter

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

Age

Dialogue

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Language

Sex

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Violence

Close

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1 2 3

ABC .:/,

4

GHI

5

JKL

DEF

6

MNO

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

&@

3

Input the password.

4

ENTER

A gg ee, D

Viio

5

Select block options.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

Age (applies to TV-G,TV-PG,TV-14,TV-

MA).

Dialogue-sexual dialogue (applies to

TV-PG,TV-14).

Language-adult language (applies to

TV-PG, TV-14, TV-MA).

Sex-sexual situations (applies to TV-PG,

TV-14, TV-MA).

Violence (applies to TV-PG, TV-14, TV-

MA).

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92

PARENTAL CONTROL /RATINGS

TV Rating English

-

For CANADA

Selecting Canadian English rating system.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

TV Rating-English

TV Rating-French

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1

4

7

2

5

8

0

3

6

9

3

Input the password.

4

ENTER

5

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

TV Rating-English

TV Rating-French

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

Blocking off : Permits all programs

E

C

C8+

G

PG

14+

18+

Blocking Off

If

T

FFrreenncchh

or

T

is locked, enter the password to unlocked it temporarily.

E (Exempt)

C (Children)

C8+ (Children eight years and older)

G (General programming, suitable for all audiences)

PG (Parental Guidance)

14+ (Viewers 14 years and older)

18+ (Adult programming)

Blocking Off (Permits all programs)

TV Rating French

-

For CANADA

Selecting Canadian French rating system.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

TV Rating-English

TV Rating-French

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1

4

7

2

5

8

0

3

6

9

3

Input the password.

4

ENTER

5

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

TV Rating-English

TV Rating-French

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

Blocking off : Permits all programs

E

G

8ans+

13ans+

16ans+

18ans+

Blocking Off

E (Exempt)

G (General)

8ans+ (General-Not convenient for little children)

13ans+ (Not convenient for children of

13 years and younger)

16ans+ (Not convenient for children of

16 years and younger)

18ans+ (This programs is only for adults)

Blocking off (Permits all programs)

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94

PARENTAL CONTROL /RATINGS

DOWNLOADABLE RATING

This function is available only for digital channels.

This function operates only when TV has received Region5 Rating data.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

LOCK

Move

Enter

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Sport

Cruelty

Language

Sadness

Genre

Age

E

E

Close

Based on rating table, your TV's OSD

(On Screen Display) may differ slightly from what is shown in this manual.

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1

.:/,

4

GHI

2

ABC

5

JKL

7

PQRS

8

TUV

0

&@

3

DEF

6

MNO

9

WXYZ

3

Input the password.

4

ENTER

5

ENTER Select desired option and block it.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

EXTERNAL INPUT BLOCKING

Enables you to block an input.

LOCK

Move

Lock System : Off

Set Password

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Enter

LOCK

Move Enter

Lock System : Off

Set Password

AV1

AV2

Block Channel

Movie Rating

Component

RGB-PC TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

HDMI1

HDMI2

F

Off

G

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

Close

1

MENU

ENTER

2

1 2 3

ABC

.:/,

4

GHI

5

JKL

DEF

6

MNO

9

WXYZ

8

TUV

0

&@

3

Input the password.

4

ENTER

5

Select input source.

6

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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96

COMMERCIAL MODE SETUP

INTERACTIVE TV SETUP

Channel Guide

Hotel Information

Help

Exit

TV

STB

GUIDE

POWER

DVD

VCR

PORTAL

INFO i

ENTER

RETURN MENU INPUT

1

.:/,

4

GHI

7

PQRS

CC

VOL

ALPHA/NUM

CH

MUTE

REMOVE

P

A

G

E

3

DEF

2

ABC

5

JKL

8

TUV

0

&@

6

9

MNO

WXYZ

FLASHBK

PIP

RATIO TIMER

SAP

PIP CHPIP CH+ PIP SWAP PIP INPUT

PPV GEM-TV Setup

1. Make all connections as required of PPV system.

2. Set TV to default condition.

3. Configure all relevant installer menu items and TV features.

4. Install PPV card. In most cases the PPV card is preprogrammed with the PPV provider master TV setup.

GEM-TV Setup Without PPV Card

Refer to Commercial Mode Setup on page 98.

1. See installer menu pages and make settings as required for Gem operation.

2. Specify a Gem Start Channel for item 119 that will tell the TV which channel to tune in for Gem operation.

3. Set TV features on TV Channel, Picture, Audio etc. menus as indicated on page 98.

Gem Operation Interactive Menu Features

Use the Gem remote provided in the room to operate both interactive menu and the regular TV features.

Channel Guide

Shows available TV programs. Indicates channel, program start and finish time and identifies the TV network.

Hotel Information

Shows typical hotel information. Such as photos of Guestroom, Dining, Business

Center, Fitness, Pool, and Facility. And any contributing Partners such as local schools in co-operation programs with the lodge.

Help

Provides help for the interactive menus.

Exit

Removes the interactive menu from the screen.

Note: The TV clock must be set before Gem data can be downloaded.

INSTALLER OVERVIEW

Operating Installer Menu

To set up the controls for the TV you will need to know how to enter the TV Installer menu and make changes to the default values as required. If necessary, familiarize yourself with the TV

Installer menu and how to make and save changes in the menu.

LG Installer Remote

shown to the right. The installer remote must have a “Source” button or its equivalent. The remote shown in this manual has

“INPUT” -- this button serves the purpose of a Source button.

The TV’s clonable features need to be set up. This is a critical step. If the Master TV display panel’s clonable features like adding channel icons or channel labels are not done correctly, then all the cloned TVs will have problems. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for other TV features: Video, Audio, Closed captions, V-Chip, etc.

TLL-1100A Clone Programmer

The TLL is a very simple cloner to use. It can be set up to clone a master TV setup and transfer it into a target TV. Cloning is accomplished using the TV/Cloner MPI ports for communication. Be sure the Master TV is set up completely. Cloning is only

TV Link

Loader-Demo

TLL1100A

Ready possible when the TV is tuned to an Analog channel, not a digital channel.

MODE

MENU

GEM PTC INSTALLER MENU

000

UPN 000-000-000-000 FPGA E0F1

PTC V1.00.000

CPU V3.06.00

Typical Installer Menu

TV

STB

GUIDE

POWER

DVD

PORTAL

VCR

INFO i

ENTER

RETURN MENU

INPUT

CC

VOL ALPHA/NUM

CH

MUTE

REMOVE

G

E

P

A

1

.:/,

4

GHI

7

PQRS

2

5

8

ABC

JKL

TUV

0

&@

3

DEF

6

MNO

9

WXYZ

FLASHBK

PIP

RATIO TIMER

SAP

PIP CHPIP CH+ PIP SWAP PIP INPUT

ENTER

RECEIVE SEND

TLL1100A

97

98

COMMERCIAL MODE SETUP

INTERACTIVE TV OVERVIEW

Channel Guide

Hotel Information

Help

Exit

Pro:Centric Interactive TV

Notes

A PPV card usually has a channel lineup included with the master TV setup. If this is the case, reset TV to default condition, set any TV features and installer menu items as required and then insert the

PPV pre-programmed card into the MPI slot.

After TV setup, remove the AC power cord for 15 seconds.

IIm orrttaanntt!!

The TV will take a few minutes to load electronic program information. If enough time has not elapsed for the TV to acquire EPG data, the TV may operate erratically; menus may not work or TV will not respond to IR remote key presses.

Through the interactive TV, the lodging guest is offered a more complete venue of lodge services and amenities. Using the TV in the comfort of the hotel room, the guest can browse the lodge resources available and make selections quickly. Charges for these offerings are billed at the time of order.

The Prp:Centric TV is connected to the lodge’s billing computer.

After the interactive TV is installed, the following hotel and other resources may be available to the hotel guest, assuming that they are provided by the lodge.

Interactive Amenities may include the following

Hotel Information, News and Events.

Directory Services, (Tourist attractions, Restaurants, etc.)

Reservation Service (Business Meetings, Fitness, SPA, etc.)

Weather, Traffic Information.

Shopping Services (Delivery to Guest Room)

Room Service (Menu Ordering, Memo Service, Morning Wake Up Call, Laundry, etc.)

Ticketing Services.

Check Out Service (in the Guest Room).

Gaming Services.

Email resources, guest can access an email account, etc.

Other offerings as they become available.....

COMMERCIAL MODE SETUP FOR MASTER TV

This page provides an overview of a Master TV configuration.

No

Tuning (Channel search) is disabled if there is an Aux input active.

For 32/37/42LG710H xxLG710H PTC INSTALLER MENU

000

Commercial Mode Setup Procedure

1. Set Installer Menu Items

(Enter TV Installer Menu, see Installer menus for detailed instructions.) a. Set Installer menu item 1

17

R on Installer remote. (This clears all installer menu custom settings, channel labels / icons etc. and reloads the factory default settings.) b. Set Item 0

- B

- C AT c. Set item 0 28 nel search, Auto Tuning and Channel List/Edit options in the

Channel Menu.

d. Set other particular installer items that affect your TV programming

Geem e. After all required installer menu item settings have been adjusted, press ENTER on the remote to remove Installer Menu.

2. Set Up TV Features

(Channel, Picture, Audio, Lock, Time, Option, Digital Captions etc.

See TV Clonable options list and TV menus pages.)

3. Run Auto Tuning (Channel Search)

(Search for all available channels.) Go to the Channel menu and access the Auto Tuning option, follow onscreen instructions. a. Edit Channel Scan. In the Channel Menu, access Channel Edit option.

Add/Delete channels per your system requirements.

Note: Physical channel numbers are used to identify Virtual channels.

Add familiar channel trademarks/logos like ABC, CBS, NBC etc. to the Channel-Time onscreen display. In the Channel menu, select the

Channel Label option. Add identifiable labels (logos) for the end user to readily know what common networks are available.

4. Transfer TV Setup to Internal TV Controller: 2-5-5 + Menu Mode

After the TV channel scan has been edited and channel label icons added, enter the Installer menu. Once in the Installer menu, press 2-5-

5 and MENU on the remote. This transfers the TV setup to the internal controller box.

5. Add Custom Channel Labels for Analog Channels: 2-5-4 + Menu Mode

Enter Installer menu, press 2-5-4 and MENU. Add your own custom text labels to channel onscreen displays. Note: Digital Channels often have a broadcaster generated label. (See 2-5-4+Menu pages.)

UPN 000-000-000-000

PTC V1.00.000

FPGA E0F1

CPU V3.06.00

For 32/37/42/47/55LD650H xxLD650H PTC INSTALLER MENU

UPN 000-000-000-000

PTC V1.00.000

CPU V3.06.00

UPN 000-000-000-000

PTC V1.00.000

CPU V3.06.00

003 BAND/AFC

DIGITAL 19-3

MONO STEREO SAP

WXYZ

000

For 32/37/42LD655H xxLD655H PTC INSTALLER MENU

000

Typical TV Installer Menu

00X

00X

001

Adjust the settings for these Installer Menu Items

Custom Text Label ‘WXYZ’ created in

2-5-4 + Menu (Add Channel Label)

Mode

001

Set 093 RJP Available to 001 if using a remote jack pack

000

After Master TV setup has been completed, set item 028 Ch

Overide to 000.

Verify TV Setup

At this point, verify that the channel lineup, channel icons and custom labels are correct. Make sure the TV features are set per your requirements. Set item 0

After the preceding has been completed, the Master TV setup is ready to be copied to a Clone Programmer, see cloning options pages.

99

COMMERCIAL MODE SETUP

MASTER TV PROFILE SETUP LEARNING/TEACHING WITH USB

MEMORY CARD

On Master TV, Create Profile and Learn

1. Set up all Master TV features on the menus and do a Channel Search. Add Channel and Aux Labels etc.

Do 255+menu on Installer Menu to save current TV into flash memory.

2. Plug a USB memory drive into the USB In port on the master TV.

3. Press the Menu key to open the Main menu.

Highlight the Option icon.

4. Press the Left arrow key once, the Option icon on left side of menu will be highlighted.

5. Press number key ‘7’ a total of 7 times.

6. Gain access to “Learn From TV”.

A. First, the Expert Download Menu page will not show the “Learn From TV” option. In order to make it available, key in the password which is used to enter Installer Menu. Example 9-8-7-6.

B. By pressing the up/down arrow keys(if there are other menus), place the cursor on Learn From TV, then press the Enter Key.

7. Using the Up/Down arrow keys, highlight “Learn

From TV” and then press Enter.

8. To identify this profile from others, you can change the last 5 digits. Key in a custom file name and then press the Enter key.

9. The Learning status will be shown in the progress bar. As soon as learning is complete, a message will appear on the screen indicating the learning process is done.

10. Remove the USB memory card.

USB Download Menu

Upgrade TV Software

Upgrade TV Software

Teach To TV

!!

Learn From TV

UPGRADING...

100%

Do not unplug!

100

Optional: Edit/Change File Name

If necessary, the file name can be edited or changed.

For 32/37/42LG710H

Learn From TV xxLG710H-UA00001.TLL

E

Previous Enter

For 32/37/42/47/55LD650H

Learn From TV xxLD650H-UA00001.TLL

E

Previous Enter

For 32/37/42LD655H

Learn From TV xxLD655H-UA00001.TLL

E

Previous Enter

!

NOTES

Do not remove TV power cord or USB memory card while Learning, doing so might harm your

USB memory card.

Do not remove TV power cord or USB memory card while Teaching, doing so may cause the TV to malfunction.

You are allowed to edit the file name, however, a file with edited contents will not be recognized.

Since clock data is copied into USB memory card as numeric data, the time difference between teaching and learning is not automatically adjusted. Either set the clock manually, or use Auto

Clock set on TV main menu.

On Target TV, Teach Master TV Profile

1. Plug the USB memory card with the Master TV

Profile setup into the Target TV’s USB input port.

2. Press Menu key to open the Main menu and then highlight the Option Menu icon.

3. Press the Left arrow key once, this will highlight the

Option icon on left side of menu.

4. Press the number key ‘7’, a total of 7 times.

5. Using the Up/Down arrow key, select ‘Teach to TV’, then press Enter key.

6. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to navigate through profiles. Select the profile that you want to install by highlighting it and pressing the Enter key.

7. Teaching progress will be shown on the progress bar.

As soon as teaching is done, a message will appear indicating that the teaching process has been completed.

8. When the Teaching is done, Remove the USB memory card and unplug TV power cord.

9. Reconnect the TV’s power cord. Power the TV On and the master setup should be resident on the TV.

For 32/37/42LG710H

Teach To TV xxLG710H-UA00001.TLL

Previous Enter

For 32/37/42/47/55LD650H

Teach To TV xxLD650H-UA00001.TLL

Previous

For 32/37/42LD655H

Teach To TV xxLD655H-UA00001.TLL

Enter

Previous

!!

Teach To TV

UPGRADING...

Do not unplug!

40%

Enter

101

102

COMMERCIAL MODE SETUP

TLL-1100A CLONING CONNECTIONS/LEARNING SETUP

Connections for the TLL-1100A Clone Programmer to Learn the TV Master TV Setup

On Master TV

Set up all Master TV features in the menus and do a Channel Search.

Add Channel and Aux labels etc. See previous page. Insert an MPI cable into the TV’s MPI port.

On TLL-1100A

1. Turn On the TLL-1100A.

2. Use the Mode button to select

Clone Mode.

3. Use the Left/Right arrow to select the CBank (1 - 8) to store the master setup in.

4. Plug the other end of the MPI cable into the MPI port on the bottom of the TLL.

5. With the Installer remote control, select item 1 on TLL menu.

6. Press Enter, to transfer the

Master setup into CBankX on the

TLL. The TLL will copy the master setup.

7. When learning is done, disconnect MPI cable from Master TV.

8. Reconnect TV power cord. Power the TV On and the master setup should be resident on the TV.

On Target TV

1. Connect MPI cable from the TLL to the MPI port on the Target

TV. Assure that the correct

CBank(X) is selected on TLL..

2. With the Installer remote control select item 2, to Teach the target

TV the master TV setup.

3. Press Enter to begin teaching.

4. When Teaching is done, disconnect MPI cable and power the TV

Off. Unplug TV power cord.

5. Reconnect TV power cord. Power the TV On and the master setup should be resident on the TV.

CLONE SELECTION MENU

Selected Bank: CBank X Saved

(1) LEARN FROM TV

(2) TEACH TO TV

(3) SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV

(4) SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE

(5) DISPLAY TV SETUP

(6) DISPLAY CLONE SETUP

CLONE CLOCK = 00:00

TV CLOCK = 00:00

THE CLONE IS VERSION V2.2.2

-To change menu items, Press

channel keys or digits.

-To execute item, Press ENTER.

Warning

G

Do not use the TLL-1100A while any PPV card is installed in the TV or the clone programmer device will be damaged.

!

TV Link

Loader-Demo

TLL1100A

Ready

MODE

MENU

ENTER

RECEIVE SEND

TLL1100A

NOTE

Antenna

(or CATV)

M.P.I. Learning Setup

TV Link

Loader-Demo

TLL1100A

Ready

MODE MENU

ENTER

RECEIVE SEND

TLL1100A

M.P.I. Teaching Setup

Antenna

(or CATV)

CLONE SELECTION MENU

Selected Bank: CBank X Saved

(1) LEARN FROM TV

(2) TEACH TO TV

(3) SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV

(4) SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE

(5) DISPLAY TV SETUP

(6) DISPLAY CLONE SETUP

CLONE CLOCK = 00:00

TV CLOCK = 00:00

THE CLONE IS VERSION V2.2.2

-To change menu items, Press

channel keys or digits.

-To execute item, Press ENTER.

It is assumed that the TV is connected to a signal source, the TV source selected is Antenna (RF) In, the signal is from an Analog channel, not a digital channel, all equipment is connected to power and turned on and the TLL Cloner main menu is displayed on the

TV screen, see above.

If an analog channel is not available, tune the TV to an Aux source like AV-1 for cloning purposes.

LT2002 CLONING CONNECTIONS/LEARNING SETUP

Connections for the LT2002 Clone Programmer to Learn the TV Master TV Setup

Antenna or CATV

Ferrite Core

(TDK, ZCAT

2035-0930)

Connect cable to

TV MPI Jack and follow on screen instructions

MPI

Status

Indicator

Color

Reset

• green battery ok

• red battery low

Blink pattern

• slow power on

no communications

• heartbeat power on

communications ok

THE CLONE HAS CONTROL OF THE TV

THE CLONE IS VERSION

THE TV IS VERSION

THE SW IS REVISION

XX

XX

XX

CLONE CLOCK = XX:XX

TV CLOCK = XX:XX

-PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE.

-DISCONNECT CLONE WHEN DONE.

QuickSet II Programmer

LT2002

Clone Programmer

Master TV

Warning

G

Do not use LT2002 while any PPV card is installed in TV or the clone programmer device will be damaged.

!

NOTE

It is assumed that the TV is connected to a signal source, the source selected is Antenna (RF) In, the signal is from an Analog channel, not a digital channel, all equipment is connected to power and turned on and the LT2002 Clone Programmer main menu (THE CLONE HAS CONTROL OF THE TV) menu is displayed on the TV screen, see above and next page.

If an analog channel is not available, tune TV to an Aux source like AV-1 for cloning purposes.

Before you begin cloning...

The Master TV should be connected to a good, stable signal from an over-the-air antenna or cable service

Analog channel and connected to power. (See above.)

Teaching and Learning is only possible between identical model devices. (However, the LT2002 Clone programmer can store up to 3 different ‘master’ setups.)

WARNING: Copying a blank or incorrect memory into a TV, STB or other device will cause the TV, STB or other device to operate erratically or become inoperable.

Use an Installer’s remote to operate Learning and

Teaching menus.

Make sure that the batteries in the Clone programmer are fresh.

If batteries are removed, the Clone Clock time will be lost.

Decide if you want to set the time from the Clone programmer or copy the time to the Clone programmer; from a compatible TV which has the clock set to the current time.

Setting the time and transferring it to the Clone or other device is a separate procedure.

Follow the connection diagram above to connect the

Clone to a Master TV TV display panel. After learning is complete, to another identical TV TV display panel to “teach” it the master setup.

See the Clone Troubleshooting section to resolve problems.

Turn to the next page to continue Cloning Setup.

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LT2002 CLONING LEARNING SETUP

Learning the Master TV Setup

Instructions for the Clone Programmer to Learn the Master TV Setup

Use MPI Cable to Connect LT2002 Clone

Programmer to Master TV MPI Port

If there is a good connection, “THE CLONE HAS

CONTROL OF TV” message will appear. Press any key on the Installer remote.

Learn Setup from Master TV

Press 1 to select the “LEARN FROM TV” option, then press ON/OFF, POWER, or ENTER to go to the Memory

Bank Selection Menu. Pick the Memory ”Bank” you want to store the master TV’s setup in by pressing either Channel key repeatedly to choose Memory 1, 2 or 3. (If you choose a Memory “Bank” that has a master device’s setup programmed into it, that setup will be overwritten by the new master TV’s setup.) Once the Clone memory bank is selected, press ON/OFF, POWER, or ENTER. The Clone memory bank you have selected will be shown. Press

ON/OFF or POWER to begin copying the master TV’s setup.

Set the Clock (Optional)

Set the time on a Master TV’s Clock. (If the time has already been copied from a TV into the Clone programmer, you can set a master TV’s clock by copying the time from the Clone programmer.) The Clone Programmer can copy the current time to both a master TV and to the Clone’s internal clock; accurate to within one minute. (Another reason that the Clone programmer should be equipped with fresh, high-quality alkaline batteries, is for it to keep the time as accurately as possible.)

Since the Clone Programmer’s time cannot be set directly, the current time needs to be copied from a Zenith/LG TV equipped with M.P.I. input capability.

After the time is copied to the Clone programmer, the current time can then be transferred to another TV. (This can be a master TV, or another TV which has already had the features set up.)

THE CLONE HAS CONTROL OF THE TV

THE CLONE IS VERSION

THE TV IS VERSION

THE SW IS REVISION

CLONE CLOCK=

TV CLOCK=

XX:XX

XX:XX

-PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE.

-DISCONNECT CLONE WHEN DONE.

XX

XX

XX

This menu should appear by itself after the LT2002 is connected to the TV MPI port.

CLONE SELECTION MENU

(1) LEARN FROM TV

(2) TEACH TO TV

(3) SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV

(4) SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE

(5) DISPLAY TV SETUP

(6) DISPLAY CLONE SETUP

-TO CHANGE MENU ITEMS, PRESS

CHANNEL KEYS OR DIGITS.

-TO EXECUTE ITEM, PRESS ON/OFF,

POWER, OR ENTER

This menu should appear after any key is pressed on the Installer remote.

LT2002 Clone Programmer Communication

Problems

A slow flashing green light indicates there are communication problems between the TV and

■ the LT2002 clone programmer. If this is the case, check for a damaged cable, poor contacts, or other connection troubles.

If the status indicator is red, the programmer batteries are low and should be replaced. Install

4 high-quality alkaline AA batteries.

CLONING CONNECTIONS/TEACHING SETUP

Teaching the Master Setup to Another TV

Connections for the LT2002 to Teach another TV the Master Setup

Antenna or CATV Ferrite Core

(TDK, ZCAT

2035-0930)

Connect cable to

TV MPI Jack and follow on screen instructions

Status

Indicator

MPI

• green

• red

Color

battery ok

battery low

Reset

Blink pattern

• slow power on

no communications

• heartbeat power on

communications ok

THE CLONE HAS CONTROL OF THE TV

THE CLONE IS VERSION

THE TV IS VERSION

THE SW IS REVISION

XX

XX

XX

CLONE CLOCK = XX:XX

TV CLOCK = XX:XX

-PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE.

-DISCONNECT CLONE WHEN DONE.

QuickSet II Programmer

LT2002

Clone Programmer

Target TV

!

NOTE

If an analog channel is not available, tune TV to an Aux source like AV-1 for cloning purposes.

Teach Master TV’s Setup to the target TV

After learning is complete, remove the M.P.I. cable from the master TV and connect it to the target TV that you want to copy the master TV’s setup into. With “THE CLONE HAS CONTROL

OF TV” message displayed, press 2 or use either Channel key to go to the “TEACH TO TV” option, press ON/OFF, POWER, or

ENTER. Select the LT2002 memory that the new setup is in.

Press On/Off to transfer the new setup and other information to the new TV. Teaching usually takes 2-3 minutes.

After the “TEACHING COMPLETE” message is displayed, press any key to return to the Clone menu, then press ON/OFF,

POWER, or ENTER. If finished, detach M.P.I. cable from the target, newly-cloned TV.

Disconnect TV Power for 15 Seconds

Unplug the AC power cord of the newly-cloned TV from the power outlet for about 15 seconds to activate the newly-copied setup.

CLONE SELECTION MENU

(1) LEARN FROM TV

(2) TEACH TO TV

(3) SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV

(4) SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE

(5) DISPLAY TV SETUP

(6) DISPLAY CLONE SETUP

-TO CHANGE MENU ITEMS, PRESS

CHANNEL KEYS OR DIGITS.

-TO EXECUTE ITEM, PRESS ON/OFF,

POWER, OR ENTER

This menu should appear after any key is pressed on the Installer remote.

TEACHING IN PROGRESS,

PLEASE WAIT

This display will appear during Teaching function.

TEACHING COMPLETE

This display will appear after Teaching is complete.

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INSTALLER MENU

Use the Installer’s Menu to set up or change operational settings.

See more detailed descriptions of the Installer menu items on the following pages...

Accessing the Installer’s Menu

Make sure TV is on. Installer’s menu items can be accessed by using an installer’s remote control. Just press MENU repeatedly until the

TV seems to stop responding, then press 9, 8, 7, 6, then ENTER to access the Installer’s menu. To remove the Installer’s menu, press

ENTER again.

Any changes you make will be stored in nonvolatile memory. (The menu also disappears automatically.)

The Installer’s menu opens with item 000 INSTALLER SEQ 000.

Use the Up/Down arrow keys to sequence through the available menu items. Or, access an item directly by keying in the line number, then pressing MENU. For example, to access the Sleep Timer option which is item 015, press 0-1-5, then MENU. To change a setting, use the Left/Right arrow keys. Or, enter a value directly.

For 32/37/42LG710H xxLG710H PTC INSTALLER MENU

000

UPN 000-000-000-000

PTC V1.00.000

FPGA E0F1

CPU V3.06.00

For 32/37/42/47/55LD650H xxLD650H PTC INSTALLER MENU

000

UPN 000-000-000-000

PTC V1.00.000

FPGA E0F1

CPU V3.06.00

For 32/37/42LD655H

Using the Installer’s Menu

Items 000 ~ 119 are immediately accessible only upon entering the

Installer’s Menu. Their numbers, descriptions, ranges, factory default settings, and a place for listing any changes made on-site are given below and on the following pages.

xxLD655H PTC INSTALLER MENU

000

UPN 000-000-000-000

PTC V1.00.000

FPGA E0F1

CPU V3.06.00

Activating changes made to the Installer’s Menu

Typical Installer Menu

After exiting the Installer menu, power the TV off and then back on to activate changes to the Installer menu.

Installer Menu Items 000 through 034

021

022

023

028

029

030

031

008

009

010

011

015

016

017

032

034

Menu Item Function

000

001

002

003

004

005

007

INSTALLER SEQ

POWER MANAGE

AC ON

BAND/AFC

Value Range Default Value

0

~

3

0

~

7

0 / 1

0

~

3

STRT CHANNEL 0

~

127, 255

CHAN LOCK 0 / 1

STRT VOLUME 0

~

63, 255

0

0

0

1

255

0

255

MIN VOLUME

MAX VOLUME

MUTE DISABLE

KEY DEFEAT

SLEEP TIMER

EN TIMER

ALARM

V-CHIP

MAX BLK HRS

CAPTION LOCK

CH. OVERIDE

OLD OCV

ACK MASK

POLL RATE

TIMING PULSE

CAMPORT EN

0

~

63

0

~

63

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

0

~

99

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

20

186

~

~

169

227

0 / 1

0

0

94

1

12

0

1

1

0

1

0

63

0

0

207

1

Brief Description of Function and Comments

Leave default set to 0.

Sets number of hours of no activity before auto shut Off.

Set to 1 to enable auto turn On at power up.

Selects Tuning Band: 0=Broadcast, 1=CATV, 2=HRC, 3=IRC

Channel at turn-on (Set to 255 to tune in last channel before power Off).

If set to 1, cannot tune from current channel.

Sets Volume level at TV turn-on (Set 255 to retain last volume level).

Sets minimum allowable volume setting.

Sets maximum allowable volume setting.

Set to 1 to disable mute function.

Set to 1 to disable menu navigation keys on display panel.

Set to 1 to enable Sleep Timer.

Set to 1 to enable On/Off Timers.

Set to 1 to enable Alarm.

Set to 1 to enable V-Chip functions.

Sets number of V-Chip (Parental Control) blocking hours.

Set to 1 to retain caption setting at power Off.

If set to 0, limits direct access to favorite channels.

Set to 1 to change M.P.I. operation to OCV.

If set to 1, changes M.P.I. for some OCV boxes.

Selects poll rate for M.P.I.

Sets baud rate for M.P.I.

Set to 1 to enable Video 2 input.

Installer Menu Items 035 through 119

Menu Item Function

035

038

039

040

046

047

053

069

070

071

073

075

078

079

080

081

082

083

084

087

088

090

091

093

094

096

099

102

103

104

106

116

117

118

119

COMPPORT EN.

YPrPb EN.

REAR AUX EN

AUTO CAMPORT

STRT AUX SRCE

AUX STATUS

DIS. CH-TIME M.

EN. CH-T COL.

FOR. CH-TIME

BCK. CH-TIME

CH NOT AVBLE

REVERT CH

UPN MSB

UPN MSB-1

UPN MSB-2

UPN LSB

CHKSM ERROR

HANDSHK TIME

PERMANENT BLK

REAL BGB EN.

EN NOISE MUTE

KEY LOCK

YPrPb2

RJP AVAILABLE

SAP MENU EN

DEF. ASP. RATIO

BACK LIGHTING

ATSC BAND

ATSC TUNE MODE

START MINOR CH

ASP RATIO LOCK

VIDEO MUTE EN

FACT DEFAULT

Value Range Default Value

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

1

1

1

1

1 ~ 6, 255

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

0

~

7

0

~

7

0 / 1

0 / 1

0

~

255

0

~

255

0

~

255

0

~

255

0 / 1

0

~

5

6

0

0

1

2

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

5

Brief Description of Function and Comments

Note 1. Set to 0 to disable HDMI 1. Set to 1 to enable HDMI 1.

Set to 1 to enable display panel Component Video 1 input jacks.

Set to 1 to enable display panel Video 1 input jack.

Set to 1 to automatically switch to Camport. If set to 1, STRT AUX

SRCE cannot be set to 2.

Sets the starting AUX source.

Set to 1 for M.P.I. AUX source to be reported as a channel number instead of Channel 0.

Set to 1 to disable Channel-Time display.

Set to 1 to enable custom color for the Channel-Time display.

Chooses custom foreground color for the Channel-Time display.

Chooses custom background color for the Channel-Time display.

If set to 1 and channel override is 0, “NOT AVAILABLE” message is displayed when directly accessing a channel not in the favorite channel list.

If set to 1 and loss of M.P.I. communication occurs, TV tunes to Start Channel.

User programmable number, most significant byte.

User programmable number, most significant byte - 1.

User programmable number, most significant byte - 2.

User programmable number, least significant byte.

Enforces rigid M.P.I. checksum.

Relaxes M.P.I. timing to be compatible with PC based

Windows-controlled systems.

0 / 1 0 Removes block hours setting for Parental Control and makes block permanent.

0 / 2 / 18 (For LG710H) 2 (For LG710H) Note 1. Set to 0 to disable RGB1. Set to 2 for PC.

0 / 1 / 17 (For LD650H, 1 (For LD650H, Note 1. Set to 0 to disable RGB. Set to 1 to enable RGB.

LD655H) LD655H)

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

1

0

1

If set to 1, mutes audio if no signal is present.

If set to 1, keyboard is locked out, IR is still functional.

Set to 0 to disable HDMI 2. Set to 1 to enable HDMI 2.

0, 1, 2, 5, 6 0

0

0 / 1

0

0 / 1

0 / 1

0 / 1

POWER SAVING 1, 3, 7

DATA CHANNEL 0

~

~

~

4

1

~

100

101

~

200

201, 202, 255

0

~

4

0 / 1

255

135

1

2

202

4

1

0

0

0

0

3

0

Set to 0 to disable. Set to 1, 2, 5 or 6 for HDMI or DVI mode. (See detailed descriptions)

Set to 0 to disable feature on Function menu. Set to 1 to enable feature on Function menu.

Sets default aspect ratio at power up. See detailed descriptions and item 106.

Sets the brilliance of the TV picture backlighting.

Settings above 101 control dynamic back lighting and enable power saving mode.

Selects ATSC band.

Default 01 for physical channel scan. Set to 0 for Virtual Channel scan.

Selects Minor start channel. Set 0 for NTSC. Not 0, sets Minor channel number.

To retain set aspect ratio on power cycle, set to 1. Set to 0 for default ratio on power cycle.

Set to 0 for normal, set to 1 for Blank.

0=Normal. 1=Loads presets of all above settings.

Set to 1 to be powered at b-Lan module. Set to 3 to bo powered at b-Lan module only when TV is powered on. Set to 7 to be not powered at b-Lan module.

Sets the DATA Channel.

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Detailed Descriptions of Installer Menu Items

000 - INSTALLER SEQUENCE

Specifies entry sequence to the Installer Menu.

0 = 9876

2 = 1478

1 = 4321

3 = 3698

001 - POWER MANAGE (Power Management)

Determines hours of no activity before automatic shutoff.

The POWER MANAGE function is for saving energy. If set to 0, Power Manage is Off. Settings range from 0

~

7, with 1

~

7 representing the hours that the unit will remain On, unless there has been activity from either the control panel or remote control.

002 - AC ON (AC Power Switchable)

If set to 1, allows the TV to turn On just by applying

AC power. Pressing the On button is not necessary. This is desirable if the TV is plugged into a cable box or a power outlet controlled by a wall switch. Use ADJ

Left/Right arrow to choose 0 or 1 where 0 is the default is Off, and 1 is On.

NOTE: If set to 1 (On), the TV does not respond to

On/Off commands from either the remote or the display control panel, and the SLEEP TIMER is also nonfunctional.

003 - BAND/AFC (Band/Automatic Frequency

Control)

There are 4 possible settings for this option:

0 = Broadcast

2 = HRC

1 = CATV

3 = IRC

If some channels were not found by Auto Tuning

(Channel Search), select the appropriate Band setting here and add the channels using the Channel Edit option in the Channel Menu.

004 - STRT CHANNEL (Start Channel)

If active, this function allows you to determine the initial channel number when the TV is turned On. This feature is useful for an in-house information channel, since the

TV would always select that channel when it is turned

On. Setting this to 255 causes the last channel viewed when the TV was turned Off, to be the tuned to channel when the TV is turned On again. Note: For a digital

Start Channel, always remember to set item 104 to the

Minor Start Channel number.

255 = Last channel 1

~

125 = Ch X 0 = Aux

126 Map to Channel 3. 127 Map to Channel 4.

005 - CHAN LOCK (Channel Lock)

CHAN LOCK is ideal if the system must always be on the same channel. Changing channels with Channel

Up/Down or keypad numbers is impossible. Channel

Lock is inactive if set to 0 (default).

Generally, this feature is used in connection with START

CHANNEL (Installer item 004) where the start channel may, for example, be set to 3 or 4. If the start channel is 3, then the TV will remain locked on Channel 3.

NOTE: For Items 007, 008 and 009

For legacy reasons, the scale used is 0 - 63. The PTC software will translate this to the 0 - 100 scale used by the TV.

To translate a TV volume level to the installer menu value, use the following formula:

Installer Value = TV Value x 63

100

Enter only the whole number (disregard fractions).

007 - STRT VOLUME (Start Volume)

This function allows the Installer to determine the initial volume level setting when the TV is turned On. This feature is useful for an in-house information channel, since the TV would always select that volume level when it is turned On. The range of values are 0 - 63, 255. If 255 is selected, the current volume level will be retained in memory when the TV is turned Off; at turn On, the volume level will be automatically set at the previous or last level.

008 - MIN VOLUME (Minimum Volume)

This function determines the minimum volume level allowable with the VOLUME (VOL) Up/Down control. In this way, for example, someone cannot set the volume too low to hear. The value range is from 0 to 63 — change values with ADJ Left/Right arrow. The factory default is 0, which provides the full range of volume control, if item 009 MAX VOLUME is also set to 63. It may be best to set the same value on every TV.

NOTE: The minimum volume level cannot have a value setting higher than the MAX VOLUME level (described below).

009 - MAX VOLUME (Maximum Volume)

This function determines the maximum volume level allowable with the VOLUME (VOL) Up/Down controls.

In this way, for example, someone can not set the volume level high enough to disturb others. The value range is 0 to 63, with 63 as the default, which gives the user the full range of volume control, if item 008 MIN

VOLUME is also set at 0. Change values with ADJ

Left/Right arrow keys. It may be best to set the same value on every TV.

NOTE: The maximum volume level cannot have a value setting lower than the MIN VOLUME level (described previously).

010 - MUTE DISABLE

Enables or disables sound mute function. If set to 1, sound cannot be muted. If set to 0, sound can be muted.

011 - KEY DEFEAT (Keyboard Defeat)

If set to 1, key defeat prevents the end user from accessing the on-screen menus with the display front panel—MENU, SELECT, and Left / Right arrow keys do not function. If set to 0, those keys do function.

NOTE: The menus can always be accessed by pressing

MENU on the remote.

015 - SLEEP TIMER

If set to 1, the SLEEP TIMER feature may be used. If set to 0, the Sleep Timer is not available.

016 - EN TIMER (Enable On/Off Timers)

If set to 1, Timer function is available to user and enabled continuously. Set to 0 to disable On/Off

Timers. (Clock must be set in order to use Timers.)

017 - ALARM *

Gives the installer the option of making the Alarm function available to the end user. If set to 1, Alarm function is available to end user. Set to 0 to disable the Alarm function.

NOTE: Clock must be set before the Alarm function will work.

021 - V-CHIP (Parental Control) *

Set to 1 to activate V-Chip (Parental Control); have it available to end user to filter and control or otherwise restrict programming content that can appear. Set to 0 to turn V-Chip feature Off, not available to user; no programming restrictions can be set.

022 - MAX BLK HRS (Maximum Block Hours) *

Sets hours from 0 to 99 for the maximum V-Chip

(Parental Control) block hours. Default setting is for

12 blocking hours.

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023 - CAPTION LOCK

Set to 1 to restore previous caption On/Off state after turn Off. If set to 0, captions are always Off at turn

On.

028 - CH. OVERIDE (Channel Override)

If set to 1, the user can select channels with either

Channel up/down or by direct keypad entry. If set to

0, only those channels that are entered for scanning can be selected.

029 - OLD OCV (On Command Video

Command Corporation.

TM )

Set to 1 for operation with systems from On

030 - ACK MASK

M.P.I. Communication Parameter. Leave at default setting unless changed by Pay-Per-View provider. When set to 1, changes M.P.I. for some OCV boxes.

031 - POLL RATE

M.P.I. Communication Parameter. Selects Poll Rate for

M.P.I. Leave at default setting unless changed by Pay-

Per-View provider. Step size of 16 ms.

032 - TIMING PULSE

M.P.I. Communication Parameter. Leave at default setting unless changed by Pay-Per-View provider. Sets baud rate. Step size of 4.3 uS.

034 - CAMPORT EN. (Camera Port Enable)

Set to 1 to enable Video 2 input on display panel. If set to 0, Video 2 input on display panel is not functional.

NOTE: S-Video overrides Video jack.

035 - COMPPORT EN. (Computer Port Enable)

Enable/disables display panel HDMI1 input jack. Set to

0 to disable, set to 1 to enable.

NOTE: The setting above is ignored if Installer item

093 RJP AVAILABLE, is set to 1.

038 - YPrPb EN. (Rear Component Video Enable)

Set to 1 to enable display panel rear Component

Video input jacks.

Set to 0 to disable display panel rear Component

Video input jacks.

039 - REAR AUX EN. (Rear Aux Enable)

Set to 1 to enable display panel rear AUX (Video 1) input.

Set to 0 to disable display panel rear AUX (Video 1) input.

Note: S-Video overrides Video.

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040 - AUTO CAMPORT

Set to 1 to automatically switch to Camport when equipment is connected to front Video input.

Set to 0 to disable front Video automatic source selection.

NOTE: If set to 1, 093 RJP Available is automatically set to 0.

046 - STRT AUX SRCE (Start Aux Source)

Sets the starting AUX source. At power up, TV will tune to starting Aux source if item 004 Start Channel is set to 0.

If item 093 RJP Available is set to 0 and item

040 Auto Camport is set to 0:

1 = Video 1

2 = Video 2

3 = HDMI 1

4 = RGB

5 = HDMI 2

6 = Component

255 = Last Aux

If item 093 RJP Available is set at 1:

2 = Video 2 5 = HDMI 2 6 = Component

If item 040 Auto Camport is set to 1:

1 = Video 1

3 = HDMI 1

4 = RGB

5 = HDMI 2

6 = Component

047 - AUX STATUS

Set to 1 for M.P.I. AUX source to be reported as a channel number instead of channel 0. Set to 0 to disable AUX identification change. Controls M.P.I. status channel response for

AUX inputs.

053 - DIS. CH-TIME (Disable Channel-Time)

Set to 1 to disable the Channel-Time display, Channel-Time display will not appear.

Set to 0 to enable the Channel-Time display.

069 - EN. CH-T COL. (Enable Channel-Time Custom

Color)

Set to 1 to enable custom color for the Channel-Time display.

Set to 0 to disable custom color for the Channel-Time display.

070 - FOR. CH-TIME (Channel-Time Display Foreground

Color)

Set according to Color Chart.

0 = Black

1 = Red

2 = Green

3 = Yellow

4 = Blue

5 = Violet

NOTE: If foreground and background color are the same, menu background is transparent.

6 = Cyan

7 = White

071 - BCK. CH-TIME (Channel-Time Display

Background Color)

Set according to Color Chart.

0 = Black

1 = Red

2 = Green

3 = Yellow

4 = Blue

5 = Violet

NOTE: If foreground and background color are the same, menu background is transparent.

6 = Cyan

7 = White

073 - CH NOT AVBLE (Channel Not Available)

If set to 1 and item 028 CHANNEL OVERRIDE is set to 0,

“NOT AVAILABLE” message is displayed when directly accessing a channel not in the channel scan list available in memory.

075 - REVERT CH (Revert to Start Channel)

If set to 1 and loss of M.P.I. communication occurs, TV automatically tunes to the specified Start Channel.

078 - UPN MSB (UPN Most Significant Byte)

User programmable number, most significant byte readable by M.P.I. command. Note: Not linked to serial number.

079 - UPN MSB-1 (UPN Most Significant Byte-1)

User programmable number, most significant byte-1 readable by M.P.I. command. Not linked to serial number.

080 - UPN MSB-2 (UPN Most Significant Byte-2)

User programmable number, most significant byte-2 readable by M.P.I. command. Not linked to serial number.

081 - UPN LSB (UPN Least Significant Byte)

User programmable number, least significant byte readable by M.P.I. command. Not linked to serial number.

082 - CHKSM ERROR (Checksum Error)

Enforces rigid M.P.I. checksum validation.

Set to 1 for validation.

Set to 0 to disable (does not check checksum on M.P.I.

async port). SPI is always checked.

083 - HANDSHK TIME (Handshake Time)

Adds an additional delay to the handshake time which is 64 msec, thus relaxing M.P.I. timing requirements to be compatible with PC based Windows controlled systems, range is 0 -

5.

(Timeout = 25.5MS + [25.5 MS* Handshake time]).

084 - PERMANENT BLK (Permanent Block)

Allows Lock (Parental Control) blocking schemes to be permanent by disabling the blocking hours function.

Set to 1 to install Parental Control restrictions permanently.

Set to 0 for user-specified hours control of blocking schemes.

087 - REAR RGB EN. (Rear RGB Enable)

Controls access to rear RGB input on TV.

Set to 0 to disable RGB input.

Set to 2 for PC for STB RGB input. (For 32/37/42LG710H)

Set to 1 for PC for STB RGB input. (For 32/37/42/47/55LD650H,

32/37/42LD655H)

Set to 18 for Auto Configure one time only with power cord removal and reinsertion. (For 32/37/42LG710H)

Set to 17 for Auto Configure one time only with power cord removal and reinsertion.(For 32/37/42/47/55LD650H,

32/37/42LD655H)

088 - EN NOISE MUTE (Enable Noise Mute)

If set to 1, audio mutes if no signal is present.

090 - KEY LOCK

If set to 1, display panel keyboard is locked out, not available to end user. IR receiver remains functional.

091 - YPrPb2 (HDMI2 Enable)

Set to 0 to disable display panel HDMI2 input.

Set to 1 to enable DTV mode. Set to 2 to enable PC mode.

093 - RJP AVAILABLE (Remote Jack Pack Available)

0 = Remote jack pack is not available or disabled.

1 = Legacy Model RJPs: HDMI Mode

Enables RJP when an HDMI cable is inserted into RJP.

Video is from HDMI. Audio stream is expected from HDMI source. If no audio is present, no audio will be heard.

2 = Legacy Model RJPs, DVI Mode

Enables RJP when an HDMI cable is inserted into RJP.

Video is from HDMI however, Audio is from selected audio source, based on the RJP’s audio hierarchical priority.

5 = Scaler Model RJPs, HDMI Mode

Enables RJP when an HDMI cable is inserted into RJP.

VIdeo is from HDMI. Audio stream is expected from HDMI source. If no audio is present, no audio will be heard.

6 = Scaler Model RJPs, DVI Mode

Enables RJP when an HDMI cable is inserted into RJP.

Video is from HDMI however, Audio is from selected audio source, based on the RJP’s audio hierarchical priority.

Notes :

See Reference section, RJP Input Hierarchy and RJP

Models page.

If set to 1, 2, 5 or 6, item 040 Auto Camport is automatically set to 0.

Settings 1, 2, 5 and 6 allow the lodge staff to customize each TV’s RJP setup based on customer requirements.

094 - SAP MENU EN (2nd Audio Program)

Set to 1 to enable SAP feature on Function menu, if

Function menu is available.

Set to 0 to disable SAP feature on Function menu, if

Function menu is available.

096 - DEF. ASP. RATIO (Default Aspect Ratio)

Selects default aspect ratio at power up, see settings below.

Set to 0 “Set By System”.

Set to 1 for 4:3.

Set to 2 for 16:9 (Factory Default).

Set to 3 for ‘Just Scan’

Set to 4 for Zoom

099 - BACK LIGHTING

Sets the TV screen brightness at power up, see settings below.

Default setting value is 202.

1 - 100 Static Backlighting.

(1 = Dimmest picture, 100 = Brightest picture.)

101 - 200 Dynamic Backlighting.

(101 = Dimmest picture, 200 = Brightest picture.)

201 Automatic Static Backlighting.

202 Automatic Dynamic Backlighting.

Set to between 101 and 200, TV automatically controls backlighting depending upon the picture level of the current program.

Set to 201, TV automatically controls backlighting depending upon external spectral sensitivity.

Set to 202, TV automatically controls backlighting depending upon external spectral sensitivity and picture level of the current program.

Set to 255, to disable power saving mode.

102 - ATSC BAND

Sets up TV to receive different types of incoming signals:

0=Broadcast, 1=CATV, 2=HRC, 3=IRC, 4=Same as NTSC.

103 - ATSC TUNE MODE

Sets ATSC tuning mode: Default set to 1 for Physical channel scan.

Set to 0 for Virtual Channel scan.

104 - START MINOR CHANNEL

Sets XX-XX minor start channel number at power up:

0=NTSC. If not 0, number selected is the Minor start channel number.

106 - ASP RATIO LOCK (Aspect Ratio Lock)

Set to 1 to retain previous aspect ratio with power Off.

Set to 0 to retain default aspect ratio with power Off. See item 96 Default Aspect Ratio above.

116 - VIDEO MUTE EN (Video Mute Enable)

Set to 0 for normal.

Set to 1 for blank.

117 - FACT DEFAULT (Factory Default)

Set to 0 for normal.

Set to 1 to load presets to all of the previous item settings.

WARNING: Setting this to 1 will reload the factory defaults and clear the channel list including erasing any assigned Channel Icons and custom channel Labels.

118 - POWER SAVING

Default is set to 3. When TV is in Standby mode, MPI card slot is powered by Standby power supply and embedded

BLAN is not powered. When TV is in Power On mode, MPI card slot is powered by main 12V power supply and embedded BLAN is powered. Note, TV must be powered on in order to communicate with the embedded BLAN module for configuration and control.

Notes :

See Reference section, B-LAN SETUP AND OVERVIEW page.

119 - DATA CHANNEL

Sets the Data channel. Set the channel number that will provide data to the TV at turn on. Initially the TV may take several minutes to load program data from AC power off state.

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REFERENCE: DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING A

MASTER TV

IMPORTANT INSTALLER SETUP INFORMATION! PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING...

To set up a master TV you will need to know how to enter the TV Installer menu and make changes to the default values as required. If necessary, familiarize yourself with the TV

Installer menu and how to make and save changes in the menu, before attempting to clone the TV Master TV setup. is a critical step. If the Master TV display panel’s clonable features like adding channel icons or channel labels, digital font options etc., are not correctly added, then the cloned TVs will all have problems.

G IInnssttaalllleerr rreem similar to the one shown in the front of this manual. The installer remote must have a “Source” button or its equivalent. The remote shown in this manual has a “INPUT” button -- this button serves the purpose of a Source button.

Finally, the TV’s clonable features need to be set up. This

As the cloning procedure is being performed, specific steps need to be done at the indicated times to achieve the desired result. Be sure to do each task as indicated. If a procedure or step is left out or not performed completely, cloning may not work. At each step, pay attention to assure the TV screen shows the proper message when cloning. If the message indicated does not appear, there is a problem with that step and cloning may not be successful. Cloning is only possible when the signal source is an Analog channel, not a digital channel.

Making a Master TV

Detailed Instructions

The following describes the procedure for preparing a

Master TV for cloning and the procedure for adding

Channel Icons and/or Labels.

Note 1: Disconnect all Aux inputs. Under certain conditions, Auto Tuning Channel Search is disabled if there is an

Aux input active.

Note 2: Under certain conditions, changes to the input mode of the RGB inputs will not take effect until the power is cycled (TV is turned Off and On). To avoid confusion, disconnect all RGB inputs before entering the Installer menu.

1. Enter the TV installer menu. a. Reset the internal controller to factory default by accessing installer menu item 117 FACT DEFAULT, set it to 1 and press “ENTER”. The value will change back to 0 after the TV’s internal controller has been restored to factory default condition. This step will ensure that the

TV channel memory will be the active channel list. Check the Status LED. If it is blinking rapidly then the TV channel map is in use. b. Within the Installer menu, set the Installer menu items to the configuration required of your institution. c. It is important to set the tuning band at this time, see

Installer menu item 03 BAND/AFC. d. Set Installer menu item 28 – CH OVERIDE to 001 to allow access to the Auto Tuning and Ch. Edit features in the Channel Menu. Exit the Installer menu.

2. Access the Master TV menus and set the clonable options on the menus to the desired configuration.

Refer to the Clonable Menu Features Chart in this manual.

3. Run Auto Tuning to find analog and digital channels.

4. Enter the Channel Edit menu and edit the channel lineup to include the Free-To-Guest Channels only.

5. Assign ICONs to the channels using the Channel Label

Menu.

Note: You can add Channel ICONS typically network logos like ABC, NBC, PBS etc. in this step. Or, in Step 7, add Channel ICONS or labels for channels without Icons.

6. Transfer the TV setup: Enter the TV installer menu. Press

‘2’, ‘5’, ‘5’, ‘MENU’ to start the transfer of the TV’s setup to the internal controller. Once the transfer is complete, the system will exit the Installer menu. Check the Status

LED inside the TV. It should be blinking slowly (1 blink per second).

7. Edit/Add Channel ICONs and Channel Labels as needed.

Enter Installer menu. With menu displayed, press 2-5-4

+ MENU. See next page for detailed instructions:

- Editing/Adding Channel ICON and Labels on

Master TV

- Changing a Channel’s ICON on Master TV

- Changing/Adding Channel Labels on Master TV

- Changing Source Labels on Master TV

8. Verify Master TV setup and feature configuration:

Did you add Channel ICONS?

Did you add Channel Labels?

Did you add Source Labels?

Did you adjust all TV menu options as required?

After verifying master setup, enter the TV Installer menu and set Installer menu item 28 CH OVERIDE to 000.

Press ENTER to remove and exit the Installer menu.

REFERENCE: PROCEDURES FOR ADDING CHANNEL LABEL

ICONS/CUSTOM CHANNEL LABELS (2-5-4 + MENU MODE)

Adding Channel Icons and Labels in the 2-5-4 + Menu Mode

Editing/Adding Channel ICONs and/or

Labels

If there is no pre-assigned ICON, you can make a custom channel label of up to 7 characters to help in identifying the channel or network. At your option, channel labels can also be added in addition to a preassigned ICON. You may also add labels for the Aux input sources to clearly identify the devices that are connected to the Aux inputs.

(Icon)

Editing and adding the labels can only be done if there are channels entered into the TV’s channel map either by using the method described in item 6, by cloning or by the use of the master remote control from the PPV provider.

Note: A blank letter space is available between ‘Z’ and

‘!’.

XYZ

XYZ

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

XYZ

NETWORK

(Label)

To Do Channel Editing/Labeling, Proceed as

Follows

1. Enter TV Installer menu.

2. Once the installer menu appears, press ‘2’, ‘5’, ‘4’,

‘MENU’. This enters the channel label editing mode.

Add your channel icons and channel labels in this menu, see below. (You can do this more than once.)

3. To exit the menu when done press “MENU”.

Changing a Channel’s ICON on

Master TV

1. With Channel Up/Down, select the channel you want to change the

Icon for.

2. With the Right or Left ADJ arrow, select the thin letter ‘I’ on the channel ID display.

3. With the Up or Down arrow, select the desired ICON you want to appear to identify the channel. (If you know the ICON number, enter the number followed by Enter /

Select.)

4. Proceed with Changing/Adding

Labels or go to the next channel.

Changing/Adding Channel

Labels on Master TV

1. Channel Up/Down to select the desired channel.

2. Press the Right or Left ADJ arrow repeatedly until the numbers 1 to

7 show up. The number shows the position of the character that can be changed. Number 1 is the first character, number 2 the second character and so on.

3. With the Up or Down arrow, select the desired character.

4. Proceed to the next number position or use Channel Up/Down to go to the next channel.

Changing Source Labels on

Master TV

1. Press “INPUT” to select the desired

Aux input source; A/V 1, A/V 2,

HDMI Component, RGB etc.

2. Press the Right or Left arrow repeatedly until the numbers 0 to 9 shows up. The number shows the position of the character that can be changed.

3. Use the Up or Down arrows to select the desired character.

4. Press “INPUT” for the next Aux source or proceed with Changing

Icon or Changing/Adding Labels.

Press Ch Up/Down to return to channels.

Installer Remote Control Key Functions for Master TV Channel

Editing/Labeling Menu

CHANNEL Up/Down - Tunes in the next channel in scan.

Left/Right Arrows - Select the item to change. If “I” is shown, the ICON can be changed. If a number is shown, it indicates the position of the character that can be changed.

Up/Down Arrows - Select the ICON or the character to be displayed. Tip: Arrows can be held down for fast scrolling.

0 – 9 - Use to enter the index number of the ICON, if known.

ENTER/SELECT - Changes the ICON after the number has been entered.

INPUT - Changes the Aux input label. (“Source” on the remote shown in this manual is INPUT.)

MENU - Exits the editing process.

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REFERENCE: CLONABLE MENU FEATURES

Clonable Menu Features

Menu /Sub Menu Features

Installer Menu

Installer Item settings

Channel

Auto Tuning (Channel Lineup)

Channel Edit

Channel label

Picture

Aspect Ratio

Picture Mode

Advanced Control

Audio

Auto Volume

Clear Voice ll

Sound Mode

Balance

Audio Contd.

Treble

Bass

SRS TruSoundXT

Infinite Sound

TV Speaker

Option

Language

Caption

Caption Mode

DTV Captions Style - Style

DTV Captions Style - Size

DTV Captions Style - Font

DTV Captions Style - Text Color

DTV Captions Style - Text Opacity

DTV Captions Style - BG Color

DTV Captions Style - BG Opacity

DTV Captions Style - Edge Type

DTV Captions Style - Edge Color

Lock

Movie Rating

TV Rating – Children Age

TV Rating – Children Fantasy

Violence

TV Rating – General Age

Input Block

Time

Auto Clock

Manual Clock

Off Time

On Time

Auto Off

!

NOTE

Picture Menu and other menu settings shown above are not clonable on all TVs.

End user has access to Picture, Sound and Ratio on user remote control.

Menu options vary between Analog / Digital channels and Aux Sources.

Procedure for Checking Software Version

The software version of the TV may be checked by accessing the INSTALLER MENU.

To do this, press the MENU button repeatedly until the menu display ceases to respond to MENU key presses.

Then, press "9", "8", "7", "6", "ENTER/SELECT". Press ENTER/SELECT again to remove the installer menu from screen.

For 32/37/42LG710H xxLG710H PTC INSTALLER MENU

For 32/37/42/47/55LD650H xxLD650H PTC INSTALLER MENU

For 32/37/42LD655H xxLD655H PTC INSTALLER MENU

000

UPN 000-000-000-000 FPGA E0F1

PTC V1.00.000

CPU V3.06.00

000

UPN 000-000-000-000 FPGA E0F1

PTC V1.00.000

CPU V3.06.00

000

UPN 000-000-000-000 FPGA E0F1

PTC V1.00.000

CPU V3.06.00

Typical Installer Menu

REFERENCE: POWER SAVING SETUP

Power Savings Setup

Installer Item 118 Power Saving: set to 003, enabled (Default).

Installer Item 099 Backlighting: value set as shown below. (Default value is 202)

For 32LG710H

Item 099

Backlighting

(Static)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

1

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

206

204

203

172

147

127

108

86

66

50

39

(Watts)

104

103.5

103

93

85

79

73.5

67

60

55.5

51.5

Rating

0 %

0.48 %

0.96 %

10.58 %

18.27 %

24.04 %

29.33 %

35.58 %

42.31 %

46.63 %

50.48 %

Item 099

Backlighting

(Dynamic)

200

190

180

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

101

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

103

96

84

73

64

57

51

44

38

33

29

(Watts)

74

73

69.5

65.5

62

60

57.5

55

52.5

50.5

49

Rating

28.85 %

29.81 %

33.17 %

37.02 %

40.38 %

42.31 %

44.71 %

47.12 %

49.52 %

51.44 %

52.88 %

Note: Values are results of controlled experiments under laboratory conditions.

For 37LG710H

Item 099

Backlighting

(Static)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

1

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

258

230

201

170

145

120

95

72

54

41

31

(Watts)

151.5

136.5

122.5

111

101.3

91.5

81.3

71

63.5

58

53

Rating

0 %

9.90 %

19.14 %

26.73 %

33.14 %

39.60 %

46.34 %

53.14 %

58.09 %

61.72 %

65.02 %

Item 099

Backlighting

(Dynamic)

200

190

180

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

101

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

93

79

67

58

50

44.5

38

31.5

27

23.5

21

(Watts)

91.5

85.5

80

74.8

70.8

67.5

63.5

59.3

56.5

54.5

52.8

Rating

39.60 %

43.56 %

47.19 %

50.63 %

53.27 %

55.45 %

58.09 %

60.86 %

62.71 %

64.03 %

65.15 %

Note: Values are results of controlled experiments under laboratory conditions.

For 42LG710H

Item 099

Backlighting

(Static)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

1

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

286

250

216

185.5

159

133.5

107.5

81

61

46.5

35

(Watts)

185

164.5

147.5

133.5

121.3

109.5

97

84

75

67.5

61.5

Rating

0%

11.08 %

20.27 %

27.84 %

34.43 %

40.81 %

47.57 %

54.59 %

59.46 %

63.51 %

66.76 %

Item 099

Backlighting

(Dynamic)

200

190

180

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

101

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

113

108

96

83

73.8

65.2

55.8

46.13

39.6

34.4

29.85

(Watts)

109

103

96.4

89.7

84.5

80.2

75.2

69.9

66.1

63.5

61.4

Rating

41.08 %

44.32 %

47.89 %

51.51 %

54.32 %

56.65 %

59.35 %

62.22 %

64.27 %

65.68 %

66.81 %

Note: Values are results of controlled experiments under laboratory conditions.

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116

For 32LD650H, 32LD655H

Item 099 Picture Power Power

Backlighting Lumin.

Consumption Savings

(Static)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

1

290.2

258.2

220.2

189.1

166.6

145.2

126.4

108.2

90.2

72.1

57.5

(Watts)

96.1

90.9

84.8

80.2

75.5

69.1

63.9

58.8

53.2

48.6

44.0

Rating

0 %

94.59 %

88.24 %

83.45 %

78.56 %

71.90 %

66.49 %

61.19 %

55.36 %

50.57 %

45.79 %

Item 099

Backlighting

(Dynamic)

202

200

190

180

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

105.1

85.5

80.0

75.7

70.6

67.1

63.2

60.0

56.6

52.5

49.2

(Watts)

56.1

51.5

50.5

49.7

48.6

48.0

47.1

46.3

45.7

44.7

44.1

Rating

58.38 %

53.59 %

52.55 %

51.72 %

50.57 %

49.95 %

49.01 %

48.18 %

47.55 %

46.51 %

45.89 %

Note: Values are results of controlled experiments under laboratory conditions.

For 37LD650H, 37LD655H

Item 099 Picture Power Power

Backlighting Lumin.

Consumption Savings

(Static)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

1

193.5

178.5

163.1

149.0

134.6

118.9

104.1

89.1

72.6

57.1

41.5

(Watts)

113.4

106.5

100.1

93.8

88.0

81.5

75.2

69.2

62.5

56.1

49.7

Rating

0 %

93.92 %

88.27 %

82.72 %

77.60 %

71.87 %

66.31 %

61.02 %

55.11 %

49.47 %

43.83 %

Item 099

Backlighting

(Dynamic)

202

200

190

180

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

116.4

94.1

88.6

83.1

77.5

71.9

67.1

61.4

55.8

50.2

44.3

(Watts)

82.7

72.1

70.1

67.7

65.3

63.0

61.5

59.0

56.4

54.1

51.8

Rating

72.93 %

63.58 %

61.82 %

59.70 %

57.58 %

55.56 %

54.06 %

52.03 %

49.74 %

47.71 %

45.68 %

Note: Values are results of controlled experiments under laboratory conditions.

For 42LD650H, 42LD655H

Item 099

Backlighting

(Static)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

1

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

212.8

195.8

177.9

160.0

143.7

124.7

107.6

90.8

72.6

55.3

39.4

(Watts)

96.1

135.0

125.7

117.5

109.1

100.1

91.8

83.4

74.2

65.7

57.5

Rating

0%

93.68 %

87.23 %

81.54 %

75.71 %

69.47 %

63.71 %

57.88 %

51.49 %

45.59 %

39.90 %

Item 099

Backlighting

(Dynamic)

202

200

190

180

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

Picture Power Power

Lumin.

Consumption Savings

109.8

90.1

84.2

78.6

72.5

66.6

62.2

56.3

50.7

45.1

39.5

(Watts)

98.2

85.8

82.8

79.7

76.6

73.6

71.2

68.2

65.2

62.1

59.8

Rating

68.15 %

59.54 %

57.46 %

55.31 %

53.16 %

51.08 %

49.41 %

47.33 %

45.25 %

43.10 %

41.50 %

Note: Values are results of controlled experiments under laboratory conditions.

TV CAMPORT AUTO SENSE OPERATION

The CAMPORT Auto Sense function is enabled when:

1. Installer Menu Item 34, CAMPORT EN is set to 1 AND

2. Installer Menu Item 40, AUTO CAMPORT is enabled (1).

Selectable= Can be accessed with INPUT key, direct access, etc.

Auto Sense= Switches to this input when connector is inserted.

The camport (Side Video) has the highest priority and will override any commands including tuning to the Start Channel.

CAMPORT (Front Video) Functionality Control

Item 34 Item 40 Front Video

CAMPORT EN AUTO CAMPORT

0 0

Operation

Disabled

0

1

1

1

0

1

Disabled

Selectable

Auto Sense

CAMPORT Operation (Stand-Alone)

When Camport Auto Sense is enabled as above, the TV’s source will switch to the side video aux source whenever a plug is inserted into any of the side video panel inputs

(either composite Video or S-Video).

When the plug is removed, the TV will switch back to the previous channel or input source that the TV was using before the plug was inserted. However, if any direct access to an RF channel or Aux channel is requested while the camport is active, then, when the camport plug is removed, the

TV will switch to the last requested channel. Source changes using any Source Keys (INPUT) are ignored. Channel

Up/Channel Down and Flashback Commands are not direct access tuning commands and they are also ignored.

Previous State Operation State

Before Inserting While CAMPORT Upon Removal

CAMPORT

Aux or RF Channel

Is Active

None

Of CAMPORT

Previous Aux

Aux or RF Channel

Aux or RF Channel

Direct Access

Ch Up/Down,

Flashback and TV/AV Keys or RF Channel

Last Requested

RF or Aux Channel

Previous Aux or RF Channel

CAMPORT Operation (PPV)

The operation will be similar to that of the Stand-

Alone mode. However, the PPV providers may send different commands to the TV for the same user commands. For instance, some providers will always send a direct tune command when it receives a channel up/down or a flashback command while other PPV providers will just send a key command.

Previous State Operation

Before Inserting While CAMPORT

CAMPORT

Aux or RF Channel

Is Active

None

Aux or RF Channel

Aux or RF Channel

Direct Access

Ch Up/Down,

Flashback and TV/AV Keys

State

Upon Removal

Of CAMPORT

Previous Aux or RF Channel

Last Requested RF or Aux Channel

Last Requested

Channel if PPV translates it to direct access tuning command. Otherwise, goes to Previous Aux or RF Channel

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FTG OPERATION SETUP

CHANNEL PICTURE

AUDIO

TIME

OPTION

LOCK

INPUT USB

Communications Setup Menu

Sets up the communications link between the FTG Configuration

Application and the Z7 card installed in a TV/STB.

Typical TV/STB Setup Menu

Shows that the Z7 card is in pass-through mode. This menu can also be accessed by turning IR remote access

‘On’ in the FTG Configuration Application, while the TV/STB is in FTG mode.

ABC

ASPECT RATIO

Set By Program

4:3

16:9

Zoom

Just Scan

Move Enter

118

Network Icon Selection Menu

Select channel icons like ABC, NBC etc., to add to the channel

OSDs to identify common networks for the end user.

End User ‘Aspect Ratio’ or Function Menu

Shows that the Z7 card is in FTG mode. While this menu is present on-screen, the only way the Installer menu can be accessed is by the FTG Configuration Application.

FTG CHANNEL MAP OVERVIEW

LOGICAL CHANNEL NUMBERS

Channels appear in numerical order.

Select logical, Major and Minor numbers on menu.

CUSTOM CHANNEL LABELS/ICONS

Set custom labels and select icons on menu.

SET CHANNEL ATTRIBUTES

Set encrypted, OSD on or off or blank video only.

CHANNEL MAP EDITOR

Shows both channel data and logical channel lineup.

EXIT

Exits menu and returns to logical channel listing.

DELETE

Removes channel from lineup

.

ADD

After inputting a new channel’s data, press to add channel to list.

UPDATE

After editing a channel’s data, press to include the changes in the channel list.

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COMMERCIAL MODE SETUP

FTG INSTALLER MENU OVERVIEW

CONFIGURATION SETTINGS

Select tabs for Installer submneu items to set up TV/STB.

HOSPITAL GRADE TV/STB ITEMS

Set hospital only items on Installer menu for

Hospital grade TV/STBs.

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INSTALLER DEFAULTS

Press to reset TV/STB to Installer menu defaults.

IR REMOTE ACCESS

Toggle IR remote access to On to get access to

TV/STB feature menus or Installer menu.

WRITE

Press to transfer the FTG Installer menu values to the FTG card and TV/STB.

READ

Press to transfer the Installer menu values on the FTG card to the PC FTG Configuration Application.

EXIT

Returns to logical channel map menu

.

LEARN

Press to transfer the installer menu settings on the TV/STB to the FTG card and PC FTG Configuration

Application

.

FTG OPERATION TROUBLESHOOTING

LMT7Z7 Configured Card in FTG Mode of Operation

Error Messages

Problem

Cannot contact target.

Probable Cause

FTG application already open.

Solution

Close extra FTG application on computer.

Cable(s) not connected.

Check and connect communication cables.

TV off.

Turn TV on.

Wrong Communication port.

Select correct Comm port on computer.

TV AUX INPUT CONFIGURATION

DIRECT ACCESS

Tuning

TV

OLD_OCV

=0

OLD_OCV=

1

Source Input Source Mode Number

ENABLE

Installer Menu

Labeling

MPI DATA

MPI DATA

STATUS TYPE

0x41 SOURCES

ENABLED (R/W)

DATA STATUS

TYPE 0xD2

CURRENT AV

SOURCE (R)

DATA

STATUS

TYPE 0X0D

AUX SOURCE

(R)

START AUX

SOURCE

ASSIGNMENT

Value Labeling Value Labeling

130

131

132

133

90

91

92

93

Video2 (Side) CV/SVIDEO

Video1 (Rear) CV/SVIDEO

HDMI2

HDMI1/DVI

DTV

PC

DTV

PC

34

39

91

91

35

35

CAMPORT_EN 0x01

Video Front

(Camport)

REAR_AUX_EN

YPrPb2 EN = 1

YPrPb2 EN = 2

0x02

0x04

0x04

COMPPORT EN = 1 0x08

COMPPORT EN = 2 0x08

Rear Video

(Aux)

S-Video

Rear

S-Video

Rear

Front

Computer

Front

Computer

0

1

2

2

3

3

Video Front

(Camport)

0 (VIDE0)

Rear Video

(Aux)

S-Video

Rear

S-Video

Rear

Front

Computer

Front

Computer

0 (VIDE0)

0 (VIDE0)

2

(COMPUTER)

0 (VIDE0)

2

(COMPUTER)

2

1

5

5

3

3

134

136

137

94

96

97

RGB

Component

USB

PC 87

38

121

REAR RGB EN = 2 0x10

SVGA Rear

Computer

4

YPrPb EN

USB Options

0x40

0x80

Y/UV

Component

Y/C Front

Video

6

6

SVGA Rear

Computer

2

(COMPUTER)

Rear

Y/PrPb

Componen video

Front

S-Video t

0 (VIDE0)

2 (Comp)

4

6

NA

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COMMERCIAL MODE SETUP

B-LAN SETUP AND OVERVIEW

B-LAN Setup and Overview

Power to the B-LAN module is controlled by Installer Menu Item 118 Power savings. By default, value 003, the B-

LAN module is only powered on when the TV is powered on. There are two bits in the Power Savings item to control power to the B-LAN module, one for power during TV Standby mode and one for power during TV Power On mode.

When the bit is 0, the B-LAN module is powered. When the bit is 1, the B-LAN module is not powered (Power

Savings is Enabled).

Power Saving

1

3

7

TV Standby State

TV Power On State

BLAN Power

MPI Slot Power

BLAN Power MPI Slot Power

On

Off

Off

Standby

Standby

Standby

On

On

Off

Main

Main

Main

The B-LAN module is internal to the TV. It allows the Hotel/Institution headend equipment to communicate with the

TV for configuration and control. This communication is via the institution’s RF distribution system. The control device at the headend (ex FMA-LG101) can control multiple TVs. When the TV is first installed, it must be powered on in order for the headend to be able to communicate with the B-LAN. At this point, if it is desired for the BLAN to always be powered on, particularly during Standby mode, the BLAN Standby Power Saving mode setting should be downloaded as Disabled. The new settings will not be active until the BLAN actually downloads the configuration data to the PTC and the PTC is reset.

If it known that the application requires only using the MPI card slot and not the embedded BLAN, the installer can go into the Installer Settings menu and enable the BLAN Power Savings mode, in both Standby and TV power on.

APPENDIX

TROUBLESHOOTING

A bnno

The remote control doesn’t work

Check to see if there is any object between the product and the remote control causing obstruction. Ensure you are pointing the remote control directly at the TV.

Ensure that the batteries are installed with correct polarity (+ to +, - to -).

Ensure that the correct remote operating mode is set: TV, VCR etc.

Install new batteries.

Power is suddenly turned off

Is the sleep timer set?

Check the power control settings. Power interrupted.

o PPrro mss

No picture &No sound

Check whether the product is turned on.

Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.

Is the power cord inserted into wall power outlet?

Check your antenna direction and/or location.

Test the wall power outlet, plug another product’s power cord into the outlet where the product’s power cord was plugged in.

Picture appears slowly after switching on

No or poor color or poor picture

This is normal, the image is muted during the product startup process. Please contact your service center, if the picture has not appeared after five minutes.

Adjust Color in menu option.

Try unplugging any others electronics that are near by to see if interference is causing the problem.

Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.

Are the video cables installed properly?

Activate any function to restore the brightness of the picture.

Horizontal/vertical bars or picture shaking

Check for local interference such as an electrical appliance or power tool.

Poor reception on some channels

Station or cable product experiencing problems, tune to another station.

Station signal is weak, reorient antenna.

Check for sources of possible interference.

Lines or streaks in pictures

Check antenna (Change the direction of the antenna).

No picture when connecting HDMI

If the HDMI cables don’t support High Speed HDMI, it can cause flickers or no screen display. In this case use the latest cables that support High Speed HDMI.

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124

Picture OK but No sound

Press the VOL or VOLUME button.

Sound muted? Press the MUTE button.

Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.

Are the audio cables installed properly?

No output from one of the speakers

Adjust Balance in menu option.

Unusual sound from inside the product

A change in ambient humidity or temperature may result in an unusual noise when the product is turned on or off and does not indicate a fault with the product.

No sound when connecting HDMI or USB

Mo dee PPrro

Check High Speed HDMI cable.

Check USB cable over version 2.0.

Use normal MP3 file.

*This feature is not available for all models.

The signal is out of range

Adjust resolution, horizontal frequency, or vertical frequency.

Check the input source.

Vertical bar or stripe on background &

Horizontal Noise &

Incorrect position

Work the Auto configure or adjust clock, phase, or H/V position. (Option)

Screen color is unstable or single color

Check the signal cable.

Update video card drivers.

No Power

See troubleshooting flow chart.

EErrrraattiicc O onn

Installer menu setup ■

Adjust Installer menu settings as required.

waarree PPrro mss

Cannot direct enter channel number or “No Signal” appears

After 2-5-5 + MENU, only channels included in TV controller will appear. If channel is available it can be added to channel scan, rescan channels. If it is not available, the ‘No Signal’ message appears on the TV screen.

!

NOTE

For other problems not caused by the TV, refer to other devices’ operating guides.

REFERENCE: LT2002 CLONING PROCEDURE

TROUBLESHOOTING

Warning: Do not use the LT2002 while any PPV card is installed in the TV or the clone programmer will be damaged.

Reset Clone After Static Shock

After replacing exhausted batteries, or if the programmer behaves strangely after a static shock, use a paper clip or similar instrument inserted through the small hole marked ”RESET” to activate the internal reset switch and restore normal operation. After a reset, check the real-time clock setting. It may be necessary to reset the Clone Programmer clock from a TV containing the correct time.

Note

The LT2002 programmer is designed to be used with

TVs containing the 221-01006 and later processors.

Use with earlier TV sets may give unpredictable results.

Processors used before the 221-01006-04 have a limited screen display capability. They cannot display entire screens as shown in the quick setup instructions accompanying the LT2002 clone programmer. Use the printed menu illustrations on the quick setup sheet supplied with the Clone as an aid to making your programming choices. (Although the menus are not all displayed, the clone functions all operate normally.)

Clone Programmer Troubleshooting

Clone copies Setup in less than 30 seconds

32LG3DC

clone

LED does not blink

Press Reset on clone programmer, redo teach/learn. (Teach/Learn should take a minimum of 1 minute.)

(32LG3DCH-UA)

Connect the M.P.I. cord properly, assure a good connection.

TV must be powered On for the clone to work.

Install 4 fresh AA high-quality alkaline batteries.

Clone menu hard to read

No time set

Clone not working

Connect the TV to a reliable Analog channel signal source.

Set the time on a TV and then copy the time to the Clone Programmer.

Try a different LT2002 Clone programmer.

Reset the Clone Programmer.

Clone Scans Channels more than once

Retry cloning again.

Cloning did not work

32LG3DC

Wait until procedure complete message is displayed.

Cloning is only possible with identical model TVs.

(32LG3DCH-UA)

Batteries must remain installed to retain time settings.

Disconnect newly-cloned TV from power for 5 seconds.

New Setup not present

After cloning operations are complete, just unplug the LT2002 from the TV.

If the TV does not display a picture on the TV (blank screen) after a few seconds, just change channels.

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TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW CHART

Controller

Quick

Check

Is

'STATUS'

LED on

Analog Board

Blinking

?

Yes

No

Is

TV

Connected to

AC Power

?

No

Yes

Plug into AC

Power Outlet

Defective

TV

Press 'POWER' or 'ON/OFF' key on TV

Did

TV Turn

On

?

Yes

No

Press 'POWER' or 'ON/OFF' or 'VOLUME UP/DOWN' or

'MUTE' key on Installer

Remote

1. Defective TV

Is

Red LED on TV

Lit

?

Yes

No

Cycle the power by removing and re-connecting the AC power cord. Observe the

'POWER' LED and TV screen as soon as AC power is re-applied.

1. Defective Analog Board.

2. Defective Digital Board.

Did

TV

Respond

?

No

Yes

1. Defective TV

2. Go to Remote

Control Checklist

Press 'POWER' or 'ON/OFF' or 'VOLUME UP/DOWN' or 'MUTE' key on

User-Supplied Remote

Did

Analog

Board 'POWER'

LED Turn On

Momentarily

?

No

Yes

Defective

TV

Did

TV

Respond

?

Yes

No

1. Defective PPV Card

2. Go to Remote

Control Checklist

Did TV

Turn On

Momentarily

?

Yes

No

Check to see if TV is in Commercial Mode.

See Commercial Mode

Check chart.

End

COMMERCIAL MODE CHECK

Press the "On/Off" key on the front panel.

The On/Off key is always operational.

Did you get a response

?

No

Defective TV

Yes

Leave the

TV set On

Go to Installer menu by pressing "MENU" until the TV stops responding.

REFERENCE: RJP MODEL LIST

AND INPUT HIERARCHY

RJP Model List

Legacy Models

RJP-101M

RJP-101ML

RJP-110F

RJP-110FW

RJP-110W

RJP-110WBR

RJP-110S

RJP-120G

RJP-120T

RJP-201B

RJP-202B

Scaler Models

Not Support PCB

Not Support PCB

RJP-210F

RJP-210FW

RJP-210W

RJP-210WBR

RJP-210S

RJP-220G

RJP-220T

RJP-301B

RJP-302B

Did

TV stop responding or continue to respond

?

Continued to respond

Stopped responding

TV is in

Commercial

Mode.

TV is not in Commercial Mode

Call Technical Support for

Assistance

RJP Input Hierarchy

Priority

1st. (Highest)

2nd.

3rd.

4th. (Lowest)

Video

HDMI/DVI

RGB

Composite

TV (RF of Aux)

Audio

3.5mm Mini Jack

L/R Audio In

HDMI/DVI

TV (RF or Aux)

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GLOSSARY OF TERMS

A list of definitions for some of the words found in this guide

75 OHM RF CABLE

The wire that comes from an off-air antenna or cable service provider. The end looks like a hex-shaped nut with a wire sticking through the middle. It screws onto the Antenna/Cable threaded jack on the back of the TV.

DIGITAL TELEVISION

Televisions signals that are transmitted digitally.

DVI

Digital Video Interface

Accommodates analog and digital interfaces with a single connector.

300 TO 75 OHM ADAPTER

A small device that connects a two-wire 300 ohm antenna to a 75 ohm RF jack. They are usually about an inch long with two screws on one end and a round opening with a wire sticking out on the other end.

COMPOSITE VIDEO

Typical video jack, uses one wire for transporting three-color video signals.

COMPONENT VIDEO

Uses three wires for transporting threecolor video signals. Supports higher quality video.

ANALOG TELEVISION

Standard television broadcasting format in 4:3 picture aspect ratio.

DELETED

Lets you remove channels from the list that the end user can scroll through using CH (Channel) Up/Down.

A/V CABLES

Audio/Video cables. Three cables bunched together—right audio (red), left audio (white), and video (yellow).

A/V cables are used for stereo playback of videocassettes and other A/V devices.

HDMI

High-definition multi-media interface.

A/V DEVICE

Any device that produces video or sound (VCR, DVD, cable box, or television).

HDTV

High-definition television. Refers to television signals that have higher resolution than ordinary analog TV signals.

AMPLIFIER

An electronic device that amplifies sound from a television, CD player, VCR,

DVD, or other Audio/Video device.

HDSTB

High-definition set top box. Refers to a tuner device that receives high-definition television signals which have higher resolution than ordinary analog TV signals.

ANTENNA

The physical receiver of television signals sent over the air. A large metal piece of equipment does not always have to be visible to be using an antenna.

INPUT

Refers to the input jack that receives a signal from a TV, VCR, DVD Player or other Audio/Video device.

CABLE

Cable service box. Refers to the descrambler box cable subscribers use to receive cable programming signals.

JACK

An input or output connector on the back of a TV, VCR, DVD Player or other Audio/Video device.

CABLE TELEVISION

Programming provided by a cable service.

MONO SOUND

Mono (monaural) sound is one channel of sound. On more than one speaker, all the speakers play the same audio.

OUTPUT

Refers to the output jack that sends a signal out of a VCR, DVD, or other A/V device.

PHYSICAL CHANNEL NUMBER

The actual channel number. Analog channels use the physical channel number and digital channels can use a virtual channel number.

RGB (Red, Green, Blue)

Connection input or output port available for producing a video image using three separate colors: Red, Green, and

Blue.

RS-232

Serial communication port through which firmware is downloaded.

2ND AUDIO PROGRAMMING/SAP

Second Audio Programming (SAP) is another, separate audio channel available with some programming. Choosing SAP often refers to listening to audio in another language, such as Spanish or

French.

SIGNAL

Picture and sound traveling through a cable, or over the air, to the TV.

STEREO SOUND

Stereo (Stereophonic) sound refers to audio that’s divided into right and left sides.

TUNER

Device that picks up the broadcast signal and turns it into picture and sound.

VIRTUAL CHANNEL NUMBER

A re-mapped channel number. Analog channels use the actual channel number, but digital channels use a virtual(or fake) channel number.

XDS

Extended Data Service: Additional program information included on the signal provided at the discretion of the broadcaster.

MAINTENANCE

Early malfunctions can be prevented. Careful and regular cleaning can extend the amount of time you can enjoy your new TV.

Caution: Be sure to turn the power off and unplug the power cord before you begin any cleaning.

Cleaning the Screen

1

Here’s a great way to keep the dust off your screen for a while. Wet a soft cloth in a mixture of lukewarm water and a little fabric softener or dish washing detergent. Wring the cloth until it’s almost dry, and then use it to wipe the screen.

2

Make sure the excess water is off the screen, and then let it air-dry before you turn on your TV.

!

WARNING

Do not use window/glass cleaner or anything with ammonia to clean the screen.

Cleaning the Cabinet

To remove dirt or dust, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth.

Please be sure not to use a wet cloth.

Extended Absence

CAUTION

If you expect to leave your TV dormant for a long time (such as a vacation), it’s a good idea to unplug the power cord to protect against possible damage from lightning or power surges.

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

MODELS

Dimensions

(Width x Height x Depth)

With stand

Without stand

Weight

With stand

Without stand

32LG710H

(32LG710H-UA)

797 x 597 x 232.5 mm

31.3 x 23.5 x 9.15 inch

797 x 558.7 x 109.3 mm

31.3 x 21.9 x 4.3 inch

12.89 kg / 28.41 lbs

11.41 kg / 25.15 lbs

37LG710H

(37LG710H-UA)

918.6 x 684.8 x 293.4 mm

36.1 x 26.9 x 11.5 inch

918.6 x 635.8 x 111.7 mm

36.1 x 25.0 x 4.39 inch

17.97 kg / 39.61 lbs

15.41 kg / 33.97 lbs

42LG710H

(42LG710H-UA)

1026.2 x 734.1 x 293.4 mm

40.4 x 28.9 x 11.5 inch

1026.2 x 687.9 x 111.8 mm

40.4 x 27.0 x 4.4 inch

21.10 kg / 46.51 lbs

18.48 kg / 40.74 lbs

Cable Card

MPI card

(Width x Height x Depth)

Card Bracket Cover

(Width x Height )

Power requirement

Television System

Program Coverage

External Antenna Impedance

3.1 x 0.9 x 6.3 inch

80.0(+0.6/-0.2) x less than 23.0(including pcb thickness) x less than 162.0(excluding cover thickness) mm

3.7 x 1.1 inch

94.7(±0.5) x 28.3(±0.5) mm

AC100-240V ~ 50/60Hz

NTSC-M, ATSC, 64 & 256 QAM

VHF 2-13, UHF 14-69, CATV 1-135, DTV 2-69, CADTV 1-135

75 ohm

Environment condition

Operating Temperature

Operating Humidity

Storage Temperature

Storage Humidity

32 ~ 104°F (0 ~ 40°C)

Less than 80%

-4 ~ 140°F (-20 ~ 60°C)

Less than 85%

The specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice for quality improvement.

Dimensions

(Width x Height x Depth)

Weight

Dimensions

(Width x Height x Depth)

MODELS

With stand

Without stand

With stand

Without stand

MODELS

With stand

Without stand

32LD650H (32LD650H-UA)

32LD655H (32LD655H-UA)

797.0 mm x 557.7 mm x 207.0 mm

(31.3 inch x 21.9 inch x 8.1 inch)

797.0 x 495.0 x 97.1 mm

(31.3 inch x 19.4 inch x 3.8 inch)

11.1 kg (24.4 lbs)

9.4 kg (20.7 lbs)

42LD650H (42LD650H-UA)

42LD655H (42LD655H-UA)

1024.0 mm x 686.6 mm x 261.0 mm

(40.3 inch x 27.0 inch x 10.2 inch)

1024.0 mm x 621.0 mm x 87.1 mm

(40.3 inch x 24.4 inch x 3.4 inch)

17.7 kg (39.0 lbs)

15.1 kg (33.2 lbs)

37LD650H (37LD650H-UA)

37LD655H (37LD655H-UA)

916.0 mm x 626.0 mm x 261.0 mm

(36.0 inch x 24.6 inch x 10.2 inch)

916.0 mm x 560.0 mm x 88.9 mm

(36.0 inch x 22.0 inch x 3.5 inch)

14.6 kg (32.1 lbs)

12.0 kg (26.4 lbs)

47LD650H

(47LD650H-UA)

1137.0 mm x 758.0 mm x 270.0 mm

(44.7 inch x 29.8 inch x 10.6 inch)

1137.0 mm x 685.0 mm x 76.8 mm

(44.7 inch x 26.9 inch x 3.0 inch)

20.3 kg (44.7 lbs)

18.3 kg (40.3 lbs)

Weight

With stand

Without stand

Dimensions

(Width x Height x Depth)

Weight

Environment condition

MODELS

With stand

Without stand

With stand

Without stand

Power requirement

Television System

Program Coverage

External Antenna Impedance

Operating Temperature

Operating Humidity

Storage Temperature

Storage Humidity

55LD650H

(55LD650H-UA)

1329.0 mm x 872.0 mm x 330.0 mm

(52.3 inch x 34.3inch x 12.9 inch)

1329.0 mm x 796.0 mm x 96.5 mm

(52.3 inch x 31.3 inch x 3.7 inch)

33.0 kg (72.7lbs)

29.8 kg (65.6 lbs)

AC100-240V ~ 50/60Hz

NTSC-M, ATSC, 64 & 256 QAM

VHF 2-13, UHF 14-69, CATV 1-135, DTV 2-69, CADTV 1-135

75 ohm

32 ~ 104°F (0 ~ 40°C)

Less than 80%

-4 ~ 140°F (-20 ~ 60°C)

Less than 85%

The specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice for quality improvement.

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PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL

The provided universal remote control can be programmed to operate most remote-controllable devices.

Note that the remote may not control all models of other brands.

Programming a code into a remote mode

1

Testing your remote control.

To find out whether your remote control can operate other components without programming, turn on a buttons to see if the component responds correctly. If the component does not operate correctly, the remote control requires programming to operate the device.

2 the remote control. The remote control button of the desired device is illuminated.

3 the code.

4

Enter a code number using the number buttons on the remote control. Programming code numbers for the corresponding component can be found on the following pages. If the code is correct, the device will turn off.

5

6

Test the remote control functions to see if the component responds correctly. If not, repeat from step 2.

Remote Control Code

VCR

Brand Codes

AIWA

AKAI

034

016 043 046 124

AMPRO

ANAM

125 146

072

031 033 103

AUDIO DYNAMICS 012 023 039 043

BROKSONIC

CANON

CAPEHART

CRAIG

035 037 129

028 031 033

108

003 040 135

CURTIS MATHES 031 033 041

DAEWOO 005 007 010 064

065 108 110 111

112 116 117 119

DAYTRON

DBX

108

012 023 039 043

DYNATECH 034 053

ELECTROHOME 059

EMERSON 006 017 025 027

029 031 034 035

FISHER

FUNAI

GE

036 037 046 101

129 131 138 153

003 008 009 010

034

031 033 063 072

107 109 144 147

GO VIDEO

HARMAN KARDON

132 136

012 045

HITACHI 004 018 026 034

043 063 137 150

INSTANTREPLAY 031 033

JCL 031 033

JCPENNY 012 013 015 033

040 066 101

JENSEN

JVC

043

012 031 033 043

048 050 055 060

130 150 152

KENWOOD 014 034 039 043

047 048

LG (GOLDSTAR) 001 012 013 020

101 106 114 123

LLOYD

LXI

MAGIN

034

003 009 013 014

017 034 101 106

040

Brand

MAGNAVOX

MARANTZ

MARTA

MATSUI

MEI

MEMOREX

MGA

MINOLTA

MITSUBISHI

MTC

MULTITECH

NEC

NORDMENDE

OPTONICA

PANASONIC

PENTAX

PHILCO

PHILIPS

PILOT

PIONEER

PORTLAND

PULSAR

QUARTZ

QUASAR

RCA

REALISTIC

RICO

RUNCO

SALORA

Codes

031 033 034 041

067 068

012 031 033 067

069

101

027 030

031 033

003 010 014 031

033 034 053 072

101 102 134 139

045 046 059

013 020

013 020 045 046

049 051 059 061

151

034 040

024 034

012 023 039 043

048

043

053 054

066 070 074 083

133 140 145

013 020 031 033

063

031 034 067

031 033 034 054

067 071 101

101

013 021 048

108

072

011 014

033 066 075 145

013 020 033 034

040 041 062 063

107 109 140 144

145 147

003 008 010 014

031 033 034 040

053 054 101

058

148

014

Brand Codes

SAMSUNG

SANSUI

SANYO

SCOTT

SEARS

SHARP

SHINTOM

SONY

SOUNDESIGN

STS

SYLVANIA

SYMPHONIC

TANDY

TATUNG

TEAC

TECHNICS

TEKNIKA

THOMAS

TMK

TOSHIBA

032 040 102 104

105 107 109 112

113 115 120 122

125

022 043 048 135

003 007 010 014

102 134

017 037 112 129

131

003 008 009 010

013 014 017 020

031 042 073 081

101

031 054 149

024

003 009 031 052

056 057 058 076

077 078 149

034

013

031 033 034 059

067

034

010 034

039 043

034 039 043

031 033 070

019 031 033 034

101

034

006

008 013 042 047

059 082 112 131

040 101

040

TOTEVISION

UNITECH

VECTOR RESEARCH 012

VICTOR 048

VIDEO CONCEPTS 012 034 046

VIDEOSONIC 040

WARDS 003 013 017 024

031 033 034 040

YAMAHA

ZENITH

053 054 131

012 034 039 043

034 048 056

058 072 080 101

133

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HDSTB

Brand Codes

ALPHASTAR DSR 123

AMPLICA 050

ASTRO PHILIPS(ML) 159

ASTRO THOMPSON(ML)

160

ASTRO NOKIA(ML) 161

BIRDVIEW 051 126 129

CHANNEL MASTER 013 014 015 018

036 055

CHAPARRAL

CITOH

008 009 012 077

054

CURTIS MATHES 050 145

DRAKE 005 006 007 010

011 052 112 116

141

DX ANTENNA

ECHOSTAR

024 046 056 076

038 040 057 058

093 094 095 096

097 098 099 100

122

ELECTRO HOME 089

EUROPLUS

FUJITSU

114

017 021 022 027

133 134

GENERAL INSTRUMENT 003 004 016 029

HITACHI

031 059 101

139 140

HOUSTON TRACKER 033 037 039 051

057 104

Brand Codes

HUGHES

HUMAX(SL)

JANIEL

JERROLD

KATHREIN

LEGEND

LG

LUTRON

068

158

060 147

061

108

057

001

132

LUXOR

MACOM

062 144

010 059 063 064

065

057 MEMOREX

NEXTWAVE

NORSAT

028 124 125

069 070

PACE SKY SATELLITE 143

PANASONIC 060 142

PANSAT 121

PERSONAL CABLE 117

PHILIPS

PICO

071

105

PRESIDENT

PRIMESTAR

PROSAT

PSI(TH)

RCA

REALISTIC

SAMSUNG

019 102

030 110 111

072

157

066 106

043 074

123

Brand Codes

SATELLITE SERVICE CO 028 035 047 057

085

SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA 032 138

SKY LIFE 150

SONY

STARCAST

SUPER GUIDE

SAMART(TH)

TEECOM

103

041

020 124 125

156

023 026 075 087

088 090 107 130

137

002 127 TOSHIBA

TRUE VISION(TH) 155

UNIDEN 016 025 042 043

044 045 048 049

078 079 080 086

101 135 136

153 UBC(TH)

UBC/SAMART(TH) 154

VIEWSTAR 115

VTC(VN)

WINEGARD

ZENITH

162

128 146

081 082 083 084

091 120

DVD

Brand Codes

APEX DIGITAL

DENON

022

020 014

GE 005 006

HARMAN KARDON 027

JVC

LG

MAGNAVOX

MARANTZ

012

001 010 016 025

013

024

Brand

MITSUBISHI

NAD

ONKYO

PANASONIC

PHILIPS

PIONEER

PROCEED

PROSCAN

Codes

002

023

008 017

003 009

013

004 026

021

005 006

Brand

RCA

SAMSUNG

SONY

THOMPSON

TOSHIBA

YAMAHA

ZENITH

Codes

005 006

011 015

007

005 006

019 008

009 018

010 016 025

IR CODES

1. How to Connect

Connect your wired remote control to the Remote Control port on the TV.

2. Remote Control IR Codes

Output waveform

Single pulse, modulated with 37.917KHz signal at 455KHz

Tc

T1

Carrier frequency

FCAR = 1/TC = fOSC/12

Duty ratio = T1/TC = 1/3

Configuration of frame

1st frame

Lead code Low custom code High custom code Data code Data code

C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

Repeat frame

Repeat code

Tf

Lead code

9 ms

4.5 ms

Repeat code

0.55 ms

9 ms

2.25 ms

Bit ”0” Bit ”1”

0.56 ms

1.12 ms

The waveform is transmitted as long as a key is depressed.

Tf Tf

0.56 ms

2.24 ms

Tf=108ms @455KHz

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Code

(Hexa)

61

C1

C0

C2

60

71

72

63

C3

40

41

07

06

44

39

09

43

5B

08

0F

0B

0A

79

AB

OC

Function

POWER

TV

INPUT

SAP

FF RATIO

GUIDE

PORTAL

Note

Remote control Button (Power On/Off)

D6

Remote control Button

5A

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

D0

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

BF

Remote control Button

02

03

00

01

0E

AA INFO Remote control Button

10-19 Number Key 0-9 Remote control Button

4C

1A

- (Dash)

FLASHBK

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

VOL +

VOL -

CH

CH

GG TIMER

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

CC

MUTE

MENU

RETURN

ENTER

PIP

PIP CH +

PIP CH-

PIP SWAP

PIP INPUT

A Stop

G Play ll ll

Pause

Ô

(Record)

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Remote control Button

Code

(Hexa)

D5

CE

CC

76

77

AF

C4

C5

Function

TV

AV1

AV2

COMPONENT

RGB-PC

HDMI1

HDMI2

Ratio 4:3

Ratio 16:9

Ratio Zoom

POWER ON

POWER OFF

Note

Discrete IR Code

(TV Input Selection)

Discrete IR Code

(AV1 Input Selection)

Discrete IR Code

(AV2 Input Selection)

Discrete IR Code

(COMPONENT Input Selection)

Discrete IR Code

(RGB Input Selection)

Discrete IR Code

(HDMI1 Input Selection)

Discrete IR Code

(HDMI2 Input Selection)

Discrete IR Code

(Only 4:3 Mode)

Discrete IR Code

(Only 16:9 Mode)

Discrete IR Code

(Only Zoom Mode)

Discrete IR Code

(Only Power On)

Discrete IR Code

(Only Power Off)

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The Original Code is ______________________________________.

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Portions created by ______________________ are Copyright (C)

_______________________. All Rights Reserved.

Contributor(s): ______________________________________.

Alternatively, the contents of this file may be used under the terms of the _____ license (the "[___] License"), in which case the provisions of [______] license are applicable instead of those above. If you wish to allow use of your version of this file only under the terms of the [____] license and not to allow others to use your version of this file under the MPL, indicate your decision by deleting the provisions above and replace them with the notice and other provisions required by the [___] license. If you do not delete the provisions above, a recipient may use your version of this file under either the MPL or the [___] license."

NOTE: The text of this exhibit A may differ slightly from the text of the notices in the source code files of the original code. You should use the text of this exhibit A rather than the text found in the original code/source code for Your modifications.

The model and serial number of the TV is located on the back and/or on one side of the TV.

Record these numbers below should you ever need service.

MODEL

SERIAL

1-800-243-0000

1-888-865-3026

1-888-542-2623

USA, Consumer User

USA, Commercial User

CANADA

LG Customer Information Center

This product qualifies for ENERGY STAR in the “factory default” setting.

Changing the factory default settings or enabling other features may increase power consumption that could exceed the limits necessary to quality for ENERGY STAR.

OWNER’S MANUAL

LCD TV

Please read this manual carefully before operating your set and retain it for future reference.

32LG710H

37LG710H

42LG710H

32LD650H

37LD650H

42LD650H

47LD650H

55LD650H

32LD655H

37LD655H

42LD655H

P/NO : SAC34134301 (1007-REV02)

www.lg.com

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