Specifications | Edelbrock 68752 Automobile Parts User Manual

21PT3962
L92000
3139 125 28641
INSTALLATION
2
Positioning of the TV set
•
5 cm
•
5 cm
5 cm
•
•
Place TV set on a solid base (e.g. a TV/
Video cabinet)
Leave at least 5 cm around each side of TV
set for ventilation to avoid over-heating.
Do not place TV set near a radiator or
other sources of heat.
Do not place TV set where it can be
exposed to rain or excessive moisture.
Mains Connection
•
•
For correct mains voltage, refer to type
sticker at the rear of the TV set.
Consult your dealer if mains supply is
different.
Note : This diagram is not representative
of the actual plug and socket.
Connections
•
•
Connect the aerial plug to the antenna
socket ¬ on the backcover.
Insert the mains plug into a wall socket.
Use of Remote Control
•
•
Insert correct type of batteries into the
compartment.
Ensure the batteries are placed in the right
direction.
Switching on the set
•
•
Press the mains power button to switch
on/off the TV.
If the set is on standby mode (indicator is
red), press STANDBY button on the
remote control to switch on set.
USEFUL TIPS
3
•
Avoid heat and
direct sunlight.
•
Avoid direct
exposure to rain
or water.
•
•
•
DO NOT leave your TV on standby for a
prolonged period.
Switch off your TV if not in use.
This will allow the TV to be demagnetised,
giving good picture.
•
Never repair the TV yourself – get a skilled
personnel!
•
Clean the TV’s screen with a slightly damp
soft cloth ONLY WHEN NECESSARY.
Note : Do not use abrasive solvent as it can
damage the screen’s coating.
CONNECTING PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
4
Equipment such as VCR, Laser disc player, VCD, DVD etc. can be connected to
the video and audio (AV) sockets at the rear of the TV. Switch off mains power
of the TV and equipment before making any connection.
Connection for playback
AV 2
in
AV 1
in
Monitor
out
VIDEO
L
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
R
VCR
VCR
OR
OR
Laser disc player
VCD/DVD
AV 2
in
AV 1
in
Monitor
out
VIDEO
L
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
R
VCR
1. Connecting to AV sockets
You may choose to connect to AV1 in or
AV2 in sockets or both.
• Connect the corresponding sockets of
the equipment to that of the TV.
• To playback programme, select the first
AV channel (if connection is made to
sockets at AV1 in) or the second AV
channel (if connection is made to
sockets at AV2).
Note : For mono equipment, connect to
the AV1 in or AV2 in and “L” sockets
only.
2. Connecting to S-Video socket
If you have a S-Video equipment,
connect to the S-Video socket for better
picture quality.
• Connect the corresponding socket of the
equipment to that of the TV.
• To view playback programmes, select
the AV2 channel.
Note : Do not connect Video “in” socket
of the TV if S-Video socket is used.
CONNECTING PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
5
Connection for recording
AV 2
in
AV 1
in
Monitor
out
1. From the TV channel you are watching
• Connect the corresponding sockets of
the VCR to the Monitor “out” sockets
at the rear of the TV.
VIDEO
L
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
R
VCR
AV 2
in
AV 1
in
Monitor
out
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
VCR 1
VCR 2
2. From one VCR to another VCR
• Connect the sockets of the VCR which
you wish to record from to the
corresponding sockets at either AV1 or
AV2.
• Connect the sockets of the receiving
VCR to the Monitor “out” sockets at
the rear of the TV.
FUNCTIONS OF TV CONTROLS/SOCKETS
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6
P
V
7
V
P
In
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
L
5
4
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1 Mains Power button
Switch mains power on or off.
2 Standby light indicator
Indicate red light when standby mode is
activated.
3 Remote sensor
Aim remote control handset at remote sensor
when operating the TV.
4 Headphone socket
Connect headphone jack to socket for personal
listening.
5 AV “in” sockets
Connect to Video “out” and Audio “out”
sockets of VCR, laser disc player, etc.
6 Volume adjustment
Adjust sound volume louder/softer. Pressing
these two buttons together will call up the
main menu. Press these two buttons again will
exit menu. Works as cursor left (
) or right
(
) in a menu.
7 Channel adjustment
Select channel in ascending/descending order.
Works as cursor up (
) or down (
) in a
menu.
FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL
1. STANDBY
Switch off set temporarily to standby
mode. (The red light indicator lights
up when set is on standby mode). To
switch on set, press STANDBY or any
DIGIT button.
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3
3. OSD (On-Screen Display)
– Displays channel number and
sound transmission mode.
– Allows you to exit menu from screen.
4
4. DIGIT (0 - 9)
Allows you select a channel. For a
2-digit channel number, the second
digit must be entered before the “ – “
sign disappears.
5
6. MENU
To display or exit menu from screen.
7. CURSOR UP
Allows you to select the next item on
the menu.
8. CURSOR LEFT
Allows you to access the sub-menus
and adjust the settings.
9. VOLUME + / –
Increases / decreases volume.
10. MUTE
Mutes sound. To restore sound, press
button again.
11. TELETEXT (applicable to certain
versions only)
Selects text information. Refer to
the section on “Teletext”.
Note : If your current channel is capable
of transmitting teletext but is not in
teletext mode, pressing the h button
will activate the teletext clock at the top
right hand corner of the screen.
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
2. AV
Selects the AV channels.
5. SMART SOUND
Allows you to access 4 different types
of sound settings.
2
1
9
SMART
SMART
0
±
6
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INC.
SURR.
MENU
7
8
9
A
CH
H
10
11
b
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SMART
0
±
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INC.
SURR.
MENU
15
16
17
A
b
CH
H
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
12. SLEEPTIMER
Allows you to select a time period
after which the set will switch to
standby mode automatically. You
can set the timer from OFF mode up
to a maximum of 240 minutes.
13. SMART PICTURE
Allows you to access 4 different
types of picture settings.
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SMART
8
14. INCREDIBLE SURROUND
Allows you to select incredible
surround sound (enhanced stereo
sound) when transmission is stereo
mode.
15. CURSOR RIGHT
Allows you to access the sub-menus
and adjust the settings.
16. CURSOR DOWN
Allows you to select the next item
on the menu.
17. CHANNEL + / –
Allows you to select channel in
ascending or descending order.
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18. 4
Allows you to switch from stereo to
mono sound when transmission is
in stereo mode or choose between
first language or second language
for transmission in bilingual mode.
19. SURF / ALTERNATE CHANNEL
– When surf mode is activated
through the main menu, it allows
you to select up to a maximum of 8
channels and view quickly the
selected channels .
– It also allows you to alternate
between the last viewed channel
and the present channel if alternate
channel mode is activated.
AUTOMATIC TUNING OF THE TV CHANNELS
9
Selecting the language and Automatic Tuning
Press button
MENU
Result on TV Screen
1. Enter main menu.
BLUE MUTE
INSTALLATION
BRIGHTNESS IIIII
COLOUR
IIII
IIIIIIII
CONTRAST
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
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OFF
É
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SMART
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
2. Select INSTALLATION.
SMART
0
±
SURF
BLUE MUTE
INSTALLATION
BRIGHTNESS IIIII
IIII
COLOUR
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INC.
SURR.
MENU
A/CH
OFF
É
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A
b
h
3. Enter INSTALLATION
menu. LANGUAGE
option is highlighted.
CH
H
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
OR
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUTO STORE
B
SWAP
B
4. Select your desired
language.
5. Select AUTO STORE.
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
B
AUTO STORE
SWAP
B
SKIP
B
6. Start automatic tuning.
AUTO STORE 050 MHZ
CHANNEL
1
7. After tuning is completed,
the INSTALLATION menu
will appear.
OSD
8. Exit menu from screen.
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUTO STORE
B
SWAP
B
SKIP
B
SELECTION OF TV SYSTEM
10
(Applicable to certain versions only)
This feature allows you to select your desired TV system. If AUTO is selected, the
respective colour system will be automatically selected according to the transmission system.
Note : Select another system if reception is poor at AUTO mode.
INC.
SURR.
MENU
➠
1. Enter main
menu.
MENU
INC.
SURR.
➠
MENU
INC.
SURR.
➠
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUTO STORE
B
SWAP
B
2. Select
3. Enter
INSTALLATION.
installation mode.
Press button
Result on TV Screen
4. Select MANUAL.
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SWAP
SKIP
MANUAL
5. Enter MANUAL menu
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SMART
6. Enter system menu.
SMART
0
±
B
B
B
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SYSTEM
AUTO
SEARCH 044 MHZ B
FINE TUNE
I
INC.
SURR.
MENU
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A
b
h
7. Press button repeatedly
to cycle through the
respective transmission
system and select the
desired system.
CH
H
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
SYSTEM
AUTO
SEARCH 044 MHZ B
FINE TUNE
I
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8. Select STORE.
FINE TUNE
CHANNEL
STORED
9. Store system.
OSD
10.Exit menu from screen.
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MANUAL TUNING OF TV CHANNELS
11
Manual tuning of channels allows you to select your preferred channel number
for every available programme.
INC.
SURR.
MENU
MENU
➠
1. Enter main
menu.
INC.
SURR.
2. Select
INSTALLATION.
➠
MENU
INC.
SURR.
➠
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUTO STORE
B
SWAP
B
3. Enter
installation mode.
Press button
Result on TV Screen
4. Select MANUAL.
SWAP
SKIP
MANUAL
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SMART
0
`
6. Select SEARCH.
A
h
7. Start searching for a
transmitting channel.
Searching stops once a
transmitting channel is
found.
CH
H
SYSTEM
AUTO
SEARCH 044 MHZ B
FINE TUNE
I
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INC.
SURR.
MENU
b
5. Enter MANUAL menu.
9
SMART
±
B
B
B
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
SYSTEM
AUTO
SEARCH 055 MHZ B
FINE TUNE
I
CHANNEL
2
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8. Select CHANNEL.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9. Key in the desired channel
number.
SEARCH 055 MHZ
FINE TUNE
I
CHANNEL
STORE
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B
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
8
B
0
10. Select STORE.
11. Store tuned channel. To
continue searching for the
next transmitting channel,
repeat steps 6 to 11 again.
OSD
12. Exit menu from screen.
FINE TUNE
CHANNEL
STORED
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SWAPPING OF CHANNELS
12
This feature allows you to change the channel number to your choice for a
particular TV station.
INC.
SURR.
MENU
➠
1. Enter main
menu.
INC.
SURR.
MENU
2. Select
INSTALLATION.
➠
MENU
INC.
SURR.
➠
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
B
AUTO STORE
SWAP
B
3. Enter
installation mode.
Press button
Result on TV Screen
4. Select SWAP.
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
5. Enter SWAP menu.
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUTO STORE
B
SWAP
B
B
SKIP
B
MANUAL
9
SMART
SMART
0
±
MENU
`
1
2
3
INC.
SURR.
4
5
6
8
9
7
0
A
6. Key in the desired
channel number you
want to exchange from
in the FROM column.
FROM
TO
EXCHANGE
3
2
B
FROM
TO
EXCHANGE
3
8
B
FROM
TO
EXCHANGED
8
3
CH
H
7. Select TO.
b
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
8. Key in the programme
number you want to
exchange to in the TO
column.
9. Select EXCHANGE.
10. Activate exchange of
channels.
OSD
11. Exit menu from screen.
SKIPPING OF CHANNELS
13
This feature allows you to skip channels which have bad or weak TV signal or
channels that you do not watch often. Note : Once a channel is skipped, you
cannot have access to it by the CH (Channel) + or – button. you can only have
access to the channel by the DIGIT (0 - 9) buttons.
INC.
SURR.
MENU
➠
1. Enter main
menu
INC.
SURR.
MENU
MENU
➠
2. Select
INSTALLATION.
INC.
SURR.
➠
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
B
AUTO STORE
SWAP
B
3. Enter
installation
mode.
Press button
Result on TV Screen
4. Select SKIP.
AUTO STORE
SWAP
SKIP
MANUAL
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
9
SMART
5. Enter SKIP menu.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SMART
0
±
`
INC.
SURR.
MENU
B
B
B
B
6. Key in the channel to be
skipped.
CHANNEL
SKIP
3
NO
CHANNEL
SKIP
3
NO
0
7. Select SKIP.
A
b
CH
H
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
8. Select YES to skip
channel.
CHANNEL
SKIP
CHANNEL
OSD
9. Exit menu from screen.
How to restore skipped channels
1. Repeat steps 1 to 5 as in “Skipping of Channels”.
2. Key in the channel to be restored by the DIGIT (0- 9) button.
button.
3. Select SKIP by the
4. Select NO to restore channel.
button.
5. Exit menu from screen by the
OSD
3
YES
DELETED
FINE TUNING OF TV CHANNELS
14
This feature allows you to adjust the picture reception in area of weak reception.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SMART
±
➠
MENU
INC.
SURR.
➠
MENU
INC.
SURR.
➠
SMART
0
SURF
A/CH
BLUE MUTE
OFF
É
INSTALLATION
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BRIGHTNESS IIIII
IIII
18
COLOUR
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
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❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
1. Select the
channel you
want to finetune.
2. Enter main
menu.
3. Select
INSTALLATION.
Press button
Result on TV Screen
4. Enter installation mode.
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUTO STORE
B
SWAP
B
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
SMART
0
±
SWAP
SKIP
MANUAL
`
INC.
SURR.
MENU
A
b
5. Select MANUAL.
9
SMART
CH
H
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
B
B
B
6. Enter MANUAL menu.
SYSTEM
AUTO
SEARCH 044 MHZ B
FINE TUNE
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7. Select FINE TUNE.
8. Start fine-tuning until
desired picture and
sound is obtained.
SYSTEM
AUTO
SEARCH 044 MHZ B
FINE TUNE
I
CHANNEL
8
B
STORE
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
9. Select STORE.
10. Store last fine-tuned
status.
OSD
11. Exit menu from screen.
FINE TUNE
CHANNEL
STORED
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SELECTING / ADJUSTING PICTURE AND SOUND SETTING
15
The picture and sound menu allow you to make adjustments to the picture and
volume level.
How to do picture and sound adjustments
1. Press
MENU
button to enter main menu.
or
button to select the items in the menu.
2. Use the
3. Do the adjustments or activation by the
or
button.
4. Press
OSD
button to exit menu from screen.
Selection
Increase/decrease level
Increase/decrease intensity
Increase/decrease level
Increase/decrease level
Increase/decrease intensity
Choice of 3 settings
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
BRIGHTNESS
COLOUR
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
HUE
IIIII
IIII
IIIIIII
IIIIIII
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➠
Picture menu items
Brightness
Colour
Contrast
Sharpness
*Hue
Colour Temp
Contrast Plus
Noise Reduce
4:3 Expand
HUE
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COL TEMP
NORMAL
CONTRAST PLUS
ON
NOISE REDUCE
OFF
4:3 EXPAND
OFF
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
* Applicable to certain versions only.
* Hue
Applicable for NTSC programmes only.
Colour Temp
Allows you a choice of 3 picture settings namely, NORMAL, WARM or COOL.
Contrast Plus
This feature allows you to optimise the total contrast for improved picture
clarity.
Noise Reduce
Noise Reduce feature helps you to reduce the “noise” (little dots on the
picture) from weak signal broadcast. Activating this feature makes a picture
disturbed by “noise” clearer and sharper.
4:3 Expand
4:3 Expand feature allows you to adjust picture with black bar on the top and
bottom to fill up more of the screen. It allows you to optimise the picture
display on the screen.
... SELECTING / ADJUSTING PICTURE AND SOUND SETTING 1 6
Selection
Increase/decrease level
Adjust balance level
Increase/decrease level
Increase/decrease level
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
VOLUME
IIIII
I
BALANCE
IIIII
TREBLE
BASS
IIIII
INCR SURROUND
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ON
➠
Sound menu items
Volume
Balance
Treble
Bass
Incredible Surround
Ultra bass
AVL
TREBLE
IIIII
IIIII
BASS
INCR SURROUND
ULTRA BASS
AVL
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ON
ON
ON
Balance
Select this feature to allow you to adjust the balance of the right and left
speakers’ sound output.
Incredible Surround
You can hear an incredible sound with extra depth and an unbelievable threedimensional effect that surrounds you completely without the need for
additional surround speakers.
Ultra Bass
Select this feature to enhance the bass quality of small loudspeakers. Nonaudible low-frequency signals are replaced by harmonics, making them
audible giving the impression that low-frequency signal is present.
AVL (Auto Volume Leveller)
Variation in signal conditions can result in a sudden change in volume during
commercial breaks or channel switching. Activating the Auto Volume Leveller
feature enables the volume level to remain at a standard volume level.
ACTIVATING THE CHILD LOCK
17
Lock feature allows you to lock channels which you want to prevent others or
your children from watching programmes you deem undesirable.
You can choose to lock up all the channels (inclusive of the 2 AV channels) or
individual channel (up to a maximum of 5 channels).
How to lock channels
Press button
Result on TV Screen
1. Enter main menu.
MENU
BLUE MUTE
OFF
É
INSTALLATION
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BRIGHTNESS IIIII
IIII
18
COLOUR
CONTRAST
IIIIIIII 38
2
AV
OSD
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SLEEP
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2. Select CHILD LOCK.
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SMART
SMART
0
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INC.
SURR.
MENU
AVL
SLEEPTIMER
CHILD LOCK
CLOCK
SURF
OFF
OFF
É
B
A/CH
3. Enter CHILD LOCK
mode.
A
b
CH
H
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
4. Key in access code twice
to enter child lock menu.
Note : Universal access
code is 0711.
5. Select CHANGE CODE.
Key in your preferred
code (4-digit) if you want
to change to a new
code. If you do not want
to change code, select
CHANNEL by the
button and proceed
to step 7 to lock your
desired channels.
6. Key in the new code the
second time to confirm
change.
ACCESS CODE
XXX-
CHANGE CODE
CHANNEL
LOCK
XXX2
NO
CONFIRM CODE
CHANNEL
LOCK
XXX2
NO
... ACTIVATING THE CHILD LOCK
Press button
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Result on TV Screen
CHANGE CODE
CHANNEL
LOCK
CLEAR ALL
XXXX
ALL
NO
B
CHANGE CODE
CHANNEL
LOCK
CLEAR ALL
XXXX
ALL
NO
B
CHANGE CODE
CHANNEL
LOCK
CLEAR ALL
XXXX
ALL
YES
B
9
SMART
SMART
0
±
`
8. Select LOCK.
INC.
SURR.
MENU
A
b
OR
7. Select ALL if you
choose to lock all the
channels. You can also
choose to lock
individual channel (up
to a maximum of 5).
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CH
H
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
9. Select YES to activate
lock mode.
OSD
10. Exit menu from screen.
How to unlock channels
If you access any locked channel, a message “ACCESS CODE” will appear. To
bypass the lock mode, key in your personal access code.
Note : If you forget your personal access code, key in the universal code 0711
twice.
1. Repeat step 1 to 4 as in “How to lock channels”.
2. Press
button repeatedly until CLEAR ALL is selected if you want to
unlock all the channels. Press
button to activate unlock mode.
3. If you want only to unlock individual channel, select CHANNEL by the
button and key in the channel you want to unlock by the DIGIT 0 -9 button.
4. Select LOCK by the
button.
5. Press
button to select NO to activate unlock mode.
OSD
6. Exit menu from screen by the
button.
ACTIVATING THE CLOCK
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(Applicable to certain versions only)
The Clock feature allows you to set the clock to switch to another channel at a
specified time while you are watching another channel or when the TV is on
standby mode.
Note : For the clock to function, the set must not be switched off. Once the set is
switched off, the clock is disabled.
Press button
1. Enter main menu.
MENU
2
AV
OSD
1
2
3
5
6
8
7
2. Select CLOCK.
SLEEP
4
SMART
0
±
`
INC.
SURR.
MENU
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
0
A
b
CH
H
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
SLEEPTIMER
CHILD LOCK
CLOCK
SURF
BLUE MUTE
OFF
É
B
A/CH
OFF
3. Enter CLOCK menu.
9
SMART
Result on TV Screen
4. Set clock. Key in the
time you want the clock
to start functioning. For
example, if the time is
10 : 30, key digit 1 and 0
in the hour column
followed by digit 3 and
0 in the minute column.
TIME
10:30
TIMER ACTIVE
OFF
CHANNEL
2
5. Select TIMER ACTIVE.
6. Select ON to activate
clock.
TIME
10:30
TIMER ACTIVE
ON
CHANNEL
2
AT
--:--
7. Select CHANNEL.
8. Select the channel you
want to switch to.
TIME
10:30
TIMER ACTIVE
ON
CHANNEL
8
AT
--:--
9. Select AT.
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
10. Key in the time you
want the channel to be
switched on.
0
OSD
11. Exit from menu.
TIMER ACTIVE
ON
CHANNEL
8
AT
11:00
ACTIVATING THE SLEEPTIMER / BLUE MUTE
20
Sleeptimer feature
This feature allows you to select a time period after which the set will switch to
standby mode automatically. You can set the timer from OFF up to a maximum
of 240 minutes.
How to activate the Sleeptimer feature
Press button
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
1. Enter main menu.
2. Select SLEEPTIMER.
9
SMART
ULTRA BASS
AVL
SLEEPTIMER
CHILD LOCK
CLOCK
ON
ON
OFF
É
B
ULTRA BASS
AVL
SLEEPTIMER
CHILD LOCK
CLOCK
ON
ON
15
É
B
SMART
0
±
`
INC.
SURR.
MENU
A
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
h
3. Press button repeatedly
to cycle through the time
periods and select the
desired time period.
CH
H
b
MENU
Result on TV Screen
OSD
4. Exit menu from screen.
Blue Mute feature
The TV screen will turn blue when the Blue Mute feature is activated via the
main menu. It indicates that there is no signal.
How to activate the Blue Mute feature
Press button
Result on TV Screen
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
MENU
8
7
9
SMART
`
CLOCK
SURF
BLUE MUTE
INSTALLATION
BRIGHTNESS IIIII
B
A/CH
OFF
É
28
CLOCK
SURF
BLUE MUTE
INSTALLATION
BRIGHTNESS IIIII
B
A/CH
ON
É
28
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
INC.
SURR.
MENU
A
b
2. Select BLUE MUTE.
SMART
0
±
1. Enter main menu.
h
3. Select ON to activate
Blue Mute feature.
CH
H
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
OSD
4. Exit menu from screen.
USING THE SURF FEATURE
21
This feature allows you to create a surf list. You can select up to a maximum of 8
channels and view quickly the selected channels by the control handset.
How to add a channel to the surf list
Press button
Result on TV Screen
1. Enter main menu.
MENU
2. Select SURF.
CHILD LOCK
CLOCK
SURF
BLUE MUTE
INSTALLATION
É
B
A/CH
OFF
B
3. Select SURF option.
After selection of surf
option, exit menu from
OSD
button.
screen by the
CHILD LOCK
CLOCK
SURF
BLUE MUTE
INSTALLATION
É
B
SURF
OFF
B
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SMART
SMART
0
±
`
INC.
SURR.
MENU
A
b
CH
H
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4. Key in the channel
number you want to add
to the surf list.
8
0
SURF A/CH
f
5. Press button while the
channel number is still
visible. “ADDED” will
appear indicating that the
selected channel has been
added. Repeat steps 4 and
5 to add more channels to
the surf list.
8
ADDED
How to delete a channel from the surf list
1. Select the channel you want to delete from the surf
list by the DIGIT (0 - 9) button.
2. Press the f button while the channel number is
still visible. “DELETED” will appear indicating that the
selected channel has been deleted.
3. Repeat the above step 1 to 2 if you want to delete
more channels from the surf list.
SURF A/CH
How to view channels from the Surf list
SURF A/CH
1. Press the f button repeatedly to cycle through
the channels and select the channel you want to view.
8
DELETED
USING THE ALTERNATE CHANNEL FEATURE
22
When you are viewing a channel and decide to view the previous channel, use
this feature to alternate between the two channels.
How to activate the Alternate Channel feature
Press button
MENU
Result on TV Screen
1. Enter main menu.
BLUE MUTE
INSTALLATION
BRIGHTNESS IIIII
IIII
COLOUR
IIIIIIII
CONTRAST
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
OFF
É
28
18
38
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SMART
SMART
0
±
2. Select SURF.
`
INC.
SURR.
MENU
A
b
❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙ ❙
É
B
SURF
OFF
B
CHILD LOCK
CLOCK
SURF
BLUE MUTE
INSTALLATION
É
B
A/CH
OFF
B
CH
H
h
CHILD LOCK
CLOCK
SURF
BLUE MUTE
INSTALLATION
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
3. Select A/CH (Alternate
Channel) option.
OSD
4. Exit menu from screen.
SURF A/CH
f
5. Alternate between the
present channel and
the previous channel.
SMART PICTURE AND SOUND
23
Smart Picture
Smart Picture offers you a choice of 4 settings – RICH, NATURAL, SOFT and
PERSONAL.
SMART
•
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SMART
±
Press ` button repeatedly
to cycle through the 4
settings to select your
desired picture setting.
9
NATURAL
SMART
0
RICH
`
Definition of Picture Settings
: Emphasizes very vibrant colours.
(Suitable for AV mode in brightly-lit
condition)
NATURAL : Emphasizes natural and original colours.
SOFT
: Emphasizes warm colours.
(Suitable for dimly-lit room condition and
gives cinema-like effect when light is
switched off)
PERSONAL : Settings are set to your preference.
SOFT
RICH
PERSONAL
Smart Sound
Smart Sound offers you a choice of 4 settings – THEATRE, MUSIC, VOICE and
PERSONAL.
•
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SMART
±
SMART
Press ± button repeatedly
to cycle through the 4
settings to select your
desired sound setting.
9
SMART
0
THEATRE
MUSIC
`
VOICE
Definition of Sound Settings
THEATRE
: Emphasizes sensation to action and a
wider sound ambience.
MUSIC
: Emphasizes bass frequency making
the music dynamic.
VOICE
: Emphasizes treble frequency making
speech clearer.
PERSONAL : Settings are set to your preference.
PERSONAL
T ELETEXT
24
If TV channel broadcast contains teletext information, each channel that broadcasts teletext transmits a page (index page) with information on how to use the
teletext system - usually on page 100. The system transmitted is indicated in the
option line at the bottom of the screen.
1
On/Off teletext
b
Press button once to switch on or off
teletext display (A channel in which
teletext is being transmitted must be
selected).
2
2
AV
OSD
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
SMART
0
`
INC.
SURR.
MENU
4
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
A
CH
H
3
b
1
1
9
SMART
±
Selecting a
teletext page
h
SURF A/CH
4
f
e
Key in the required teletext page
number (3 digits). The page number is
displayed at the top left hand corner
of the screen. When the teletext page
is located, the counter stops searching. If the counter keeps searching, it
means that the page is not available
for selection. If you make a mistake in
keying the page number, you have to
complete keying in the 3-digit number
before re-keying the correct page
number.
3
Direct access to
an item or
corresponding
pages
The 4 colour buttons are used to
access an item or a corresponding
page.
4
Selecting
a teletext
page
Press
button to display the previous
page. Press
button to display the
next page.
5
Enlarging a
teletext page
Press the button once to enlarge
and view the top half of a page.
Press button the second time to
enlarge and view the bottom half
of page. Press the button the third
time to return to normal size page.
5
6
h
7
6
Holding a
teletext page
g
7
Revealing
f
hidden
information
A selected page sometimes contains a
few sub-pages. The sub-page will
automatically move to the next subpage after about 20 seconds. The
total number of sub-pages are
indicated at the top right hand corner
of the screen. Press the button once to
hold page and the second time to
release holding of page.
Press the button once to reveal
hidden information (solutions to
puzzles, riddles, etc). Press the button
again to conceal hidden information.
GENERAL INFORMATION / BEFORE CALLING SERVICE
25
Safety
Disconnect mains plug when :
– the red light below the TV screen is flashing continuously.
– a bright white line is displayed across the screen.
– cleaning the TV screen. Never use abrasive cleaning agents. Use a slight damp
chamois leather or soft cloth.
– there is a lightning storm.
– the set is left unattended for a prolonged period of time.
Before calling Service
Make these simple checks before calling for service. Some of these symptoms can
easily be rectified if you know what to do.
Symptom
Colour patch
(uneveness)
What you should do
• Switch off the TV by the mains power button.
Wait for 20 minutes before switching on again.
• Check the TV is not placed too near speakers or
magnetic objects
No power
• Check the TV’s AC power cord is plugged into the
mains socket. If there is still no power, disconnect
plug. Wait for 60 seconds and re-insert plug. Switch
on the TV again.
No picture
• Check the antenna connection at the rear of the TV.
• Possible TV station problem. Try another channel.
Good picture but
no sound
• Try increasing the volume.
• Check that the sound is not muted. If it is muted,
press the H button on the remote control to restore
sound.
Good sound but poor
colour or no picture
• Try increasing the contrast and brightness setting.
Snowish picture and
noise
• Check antenna connection at the rear of the TV.
Horizontal dotted lines
• Possible electrical interference e.g. hairdryer,
vacuum cleaner, etc. Switch off appliances.
Double images or
“Ghost” images
• Possible poor positioning of antenna. Using a
highly directional antenna may improve reception.
TV not responding to
remote control handset
• Check life span of batteries of remote control
handset.
• Aim remote control handset directly at remote
control sensor lens on the TV.
Message
• Key in your personal access code to unlock channel.
“ACCESS CODE”
If you have forgotten your code, key in the universal
shown on TV. Cannot
code 0711 twice. For more details, refer to section on
access to locked channel.
“How to unlock channels”.
SPECIFICATIONS
26
Picture tube size
54 cm
Picture tube visible area
51 cm
Audio Output
2x5W
Set dimensions
Width
Height
Depth
600 mm
487 mm
454 mm
Nett weight of set
26 kg
TV System
PAL B/G
Versions
56
57
69
x
x
x
PAL B/H
79
x
PAL D/K
x
x
x
x
PAL I
x
x
x
x
SECAM B/G
x
x
x
x
SECAM D/K
x
x
x
x
SECAM K1
x
x
x
x
NTSC M
x
x
x
x
NTSC Playback
x
x
x
x
PAL 60 Playback
x
x
x
x
Note
For Operating Voltage, Frequency, Power Consumption and Version Number,
refer to the type number at the rear of the set.
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