Toshiba 42HL67 Flat Panel Television User Manual

Toshiba 42HL67 Flat Panel Television User Manual

Integrated High Definition LED

Television User’s Guide:

42L6200U

47L6200U

55L6200U

47L7200U

55L7200U

If you need assistance:

Toshiba's Support Web site support.toshiba.com

Toshiba Customer Support Center:

Calling within the United States at (800) 631-3811

Calling from outside the United States at (949) 583-3050

For more information, see “Troubleshooting” on page 181 in this guide.

Owner's Record

The model number and serial number are on the back and side of your television.

Record these numbers, whenever you communicate with your Toshiba dealer about this Television.

Model name: ______________________________________________

Serial number: _______________________________________________

Register your Toshiba Television at register.toshiba.com

Note: To display a High Definition picture, the TV must be receiving a

High Definition signal (such as an overthe-air High Definition TV broadcast, a

High Definition digital cable program, or a High Definition digital satellite program). For details, contact your TV antenna installer, cable provider, or satellite provider

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Dear Customer,

Thank you for purchasing this Toshiba LED TV. This manual will help you use the many exciting features of your new LED TV. Before operating your LED TV, carefully read this manual completely.

WARNING

To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the

installation instructions. See item 26) on page 4.

WARNING:

If you decide to wall mount this television, always use a mounting bracket that has been Listed by an independent laboratory (such as

UL, CSA, ETL) and is appropriate for the size and weight of this television. The use of inappropriate or non-Listed mounting brackets could result in serious bodily injury and/or property damage. See

“To

Display your LED TV using a Wall Bracket:” on page 5

.

NOTE TO CATV INSTALLERS

This is a reminder to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the U.S. NEC, which 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 cable entry as practical. For additional antenna grounding information, see items

33)

and 34) on page 4.

CHILD SAFETY:

It Makes A Difference How and Where You Use Your Flat

Panel Display

Congratulations on your purchase! As you enjoy your new product, please keep these safety tips in mind:

The Issue

• The home theater entertainment experience is a growing trend and larger flat panel displays are popular purchases. However, flat panel displays are not always supported on the proper stands or installed according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

• Flat panel displays that are inappropriately situated on dressers, bookcases, shelves, desks, speakers, chests or carts may fall over and cause injury.

TOSHIBA Cares!

• The consumer electronics industry is committed to making home entertainment enjoyable and safe.

Tune Into Safety

• One size does NOT fit all. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for the safe installation and use of your flat panel display.

• Carefully read and understand all enclosed instructions for proper use of this product.

• Don’t allow children to climb on or play with furniture and television sets.

• Don’t place flat panel displays on furniture that can easily be used as steps, such as a chest of drawers.

• Remember that children can become excited while watching a program, especially on a “larger than life” flat panel display. Care should be taken to place or install the display where it cannot be pushed, pulled over, or knocked down.

• Care should be taken to route all cords and cables connected to the flat panel display so that they cannot be pulled or grabbed by curious children.

Wall Mounting: If you decide to wall mount your flat panel display, always:

• Use a mount that has been recommended by the display manufacturer and/or listed by an independent laboratory (such as UL, CSA, ETL).

• Follow all instructions supplied by the display and wall mount manufacturers.

• If you have any doubts about your ability to safely install your flat panel display, contact your retailer about professional installation.

• Make sure that the wall where you are mounting the display is appropriate. Some wall mounts are not designed to be mounted to walls with steel studs or old cinder block construction. If you are unsure, contact a professional installer.

• A minimum of two people are required for installation. Flat panel displays can be heavy.

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Important Safety Instructions

1) Read these instructions.

2) Keep these instructions.

3) Heed all warnings.

4) Follow all instructions.

5) Do not use this apparatus near water.

6) Clean only with dry cloth.

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

8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products

(including amplifiers) that produce heat.

9) 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.

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

11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by

the manufacturer.

12) 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.

13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms

or when unused for long periods of time.

14) 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.

Additional Safety Precautions

14a) CAUTION: If the TV is dropped and the cabinet or enclosure surface has been damaged or the TV does not operate normally, take the following precautions:

• ALWAYS turn off the TV and unplug the power cord to avoid possible electric shock or fire.

• NEVER allow your body to come in contact with any broken glass or liquid from the damaged television. The LCD panel inside the TV contains glass and a toxic liquid. If the liquid comes in contact with your mouth or eyes, or your skin is cut by broken glass, rinse the affected area thoroughly with water and contact your doctor immediately.

• ALWAYS contact a service technician to inspect the TV any time it has been damaged or dropped.

15) CAUTION:

• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not use the polarized plug with an extension cord, receptacle, or other outlet unless the blades can be inserted completely to prevent blade exposure.

• To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot; fully insert.

16) CAUTION:

• Do not let children swallow any small parts included on or with the product or play with the plastic bag. Keep the small parts and the plastic bag out of the reach of children.

17) CAUTION:

• Do not let water or other liquids come into contact with the product, as it may result in damage.

18) WARNING:

• To prevent the spread of fire, keep candles or other open flames away from this product at all times.

• Keep the product away from direct sunlight, fire or a heat source such as a heater. This may reduce the product lifetime or result in fire.

Installation, Care, and Service

Installation

Follow these recommendations and precautions and heed all warnings when installing your TV:

19)

WARNING: NEVER expose batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire, or the like.

20) ALWAYS plug the product into an outlet that is located in such a manner that it can be easily unplugged in case the product requires service.

21) NEVER route the product’s power cord inside a wall or similar enclosed area.

22) Never modify this equipment. Changes or modifications may void: a) the warranty, and b) the user’s authority to operate this equipment under the rules of the Federal Communications

Commission.

23)

DANGER: RISK OF

SERIOUS PERSONAL

INJURY, DEATH, OR

EQUIPMENT DAMAGE!

Never place the TV on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The TV may fall, causing serious personal injury, death, or serious damage to the TV.

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24) When selecting a location for the TV,

• NEVER allow any part of the TV to hang over the edge of the supporting furniture,

• NEVER place the TV on tall furniture (for example, entertainment centers or bookcases) without anchoring both the furniture and the TV to a suitable support,

• Never place cloth or other material between the

TV and the supporting furniture.

• NEVER allow children to climb on the TV

25) To avoid damage to this product, never place or store the TV in direct sunlight; hot, humid areas; or areas subject to excessive dust or vibration.

26) Always place the TV on the floor or a sturdy, level, stable surface that can support the weight of the unit. To secure the TV, use a sturdy strap from the hook(s) on the rear of the TV to a wall stud, pillar, or other immovable structure. Make sure the strap is tight, secure, and parallel to the floor.

27) The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing, and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

28) Never block or cover the slots or openings in the

TV cabinet back, bottom, and sides. Never place the TV:

• on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface;

• too close to drapes, curtains, or walls; or

• in a confined space such as a bookcase, built-in cabinet, or any other place with poor ventilation.

The slots and openings are provided to protect the

TV from overheating and to help maintain reliable operation of the TV. Leave a space of at least 4

(four) inches around the TV.

29) Always leave a space of at least 4 (four) inches around the TV. The slots and openings are provided to protect the TV from overheating and to help maintain reliable operation of the TV.

30) Never allow anything to rest on or roll over the power cord, and never place the TV where the power cord is subject to wear or abuse.

31) Never overload wall outlets and extension cords.

32) Always operate this equipment from a 120V AC,

60 Hz power source.

33) Always make sure the antenna system is properly grounded to provide adequate protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges (see

Section 810 of the National Electric Code).

34)

DANGER: RISK OF SERIOUS

PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH!

• Use extreme care to make sure you are never in a position where your body (or any item you are in contact with, such as a ladder or screwdriver) can accidentally touch overhead power lines.

Never locate the antenna near overhead power lines or other electrical circuits.

• Never attempt to install any of the following during lightning activity: a) an antenna system; or b) cables, wires, or any home theater component connected to an antenna or phone system.

Care

For better performance and safer operation of your

TOSHIBA TV, follow these recommendations and precautions:

35) If you use the TV in a room whose temperature is

32° F (0° C) or below, the picture brightness may vary until the LCD warms up. This is not a sign of malfunction.

36)

WARNING: RISK OF SERIOUS

PERSONAL INJURY OR

EQUIPMENT DAMAGE!

• Never use chemicals (such as air fresheners, cleaning agents, etc.) on or near the TV pedestal. Studies indicate that plastics may weaken and crack over time from the combined effects of chemical agents and mechanical stress (such as the weight of the TV). Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious injury and/or permanent damage to TV and TV pedestal.

• Always unplug the TV before cleaning. Gently wipe the display panel surface (the TV screen) using a dry, soft cloth (cotton, flannel, etc.). A hard cloth may damage the surface of the panel.

Avoid contact with alcohol, thinner, benzene, acidic or alkaline solvent cleaners, abrasive cleaners, or chemical cloths, which may damage the surface. Never spray volatile compounds such as insecticide on the cabinet. Such products may damage or discolor the cabinet.

37) Never hit, press, or place anything on the back cover. These actions will damage internal parts.

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38)

Choosing a location for your LED TV

WARNING

:

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!

Never spill liquids or push objects of any kind into the TV cabinet slots.

39) During a lightening storm, do not touch the connecting cables or product.

40) For added protection of your TV from lightning and power surges, always unplug the power cord and disconnect the antenna from the TV if you leave the TV unattended or unused for long periods of time.

41) Always unplug the TV to completely disconnect from mains power. When the TV is turned off using the on/off switch, it is not completely disconnected from power and a minute amount of current is still consumed.

42) During normal use, the TV may make occasional snapping or popping sounds. This is normal, especially when the unit is being turned on or off. If these sounds become frequent or continuous, unplug the power cord and contact a Toshiba

Authorized Service Provider.

43)

WARNING: RISK OF SERIOUS

PERSONAL INJURY OR

EQUIPMENT DAMAGE!

Never strike the screen with a sharp or heavy object.

44) • The LCD screen of this product can be damaged by ultraviolet radiation from the sun. When selecting a location for the television, avoid locations where the screen may be exposed to direct sunlight, such as in front of a window.

• Never touch, press, or place anything on the

LCD screen. These actions will damage the LCD screen. If you need to clean the LCD screen follow the instructions (in item

36) on page 4.

Service

WARNING

:

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!

Never attempt to service the TV yourself. Opening and removing the covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Failure to follow this WARNING may result in death or serious injury. Refer all servicing not specified in this manual to a Toshiba Authorized Service

Provider.

45) If you have the TV serviced:

• Ask the service technician to use only replacement parts specified by the manufacturer.

• Upon completion of service, ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks to determine that the TV is in safe operating condition.

To Display your LCD TV on the included Pedestal

Stand:

Observe the following safety precautions:

1) Read and follow the pedestal assembly instructions included with the pedestal.

CAUTION: Before beginning pedestal assembly, carefully lay the front of the LCD Panel face down on a flat, cushioned surface such as a quilt or blanket. Leave the bottom of the unit protruding over the edge of the surface and assemble the pedestal as indicated below.

Note: Extreme care should always be used when attaching the pedestal stand to avoid damage to the LCD panel.

2) Place the TV on a sturdy, level surface that can support the weight of the TV.

3) Be sure to secure the TV to a wall, pillar, surface,

or other immovable structure see item 26) page 4

for additional details.

To Display your LED TV using a Wall Bracket:

If you decide to wall mount your LED TV, always use a wall bracket Listed by an independent laboratory

(such as UL, CSA, ETL) that is appropriate for the size

and weight of the TV (see page 2):

1) CAUTION: Two people are required for installation.

2) Unplug and remove any cables and/or other component connectors from the rear of the TV.

3) Remove the screws of the VESA Mounting Pattern show in the table below.

CAUTION: Do not use the screws removed from the back cover to attach the wall mount bracket to the TV.

4) Always use the screws supplied or recommended by the wall mount manufacturer.

5) Follow the instructions provided with your wall bracket. Before proceeding, make sure the appropriate bracket(s) are attached to the wall and the back of the TV as described in the instructions provided with the wall bracket.

6) After attaching the appropriate bracket(s) to the wall and the back of the TV, remove the pedestal stand from the TV, as described below.

7) VESA Mounting Pattern

TV Size

42L6200U

47L6200U

55L6200U

47L7200U

55L7200U

Hole Pattern (HxV)

400x400 mm

400x400 mm

400x400 mm

400x400 mm

400x400 mm

Screw Size

M6

M6

M6

M6

M6

(unit in mm)

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Removing the Pedestal Stand

1) Carefully lay the front of the unit face down on a flat, cushioned surface such as a quilt or blanket.

Leave the stand protruding over the edge of the surface.

Note: Extreme care should always be used when removing the pedestal stand to avoid damage to the LCD panel.

2) Remove the screws shown in the below diagram.

This will allow removal of the pedestal stand.

3) Once you have removed all of the screws holding the pedestal stand in place, remove the pedestal stand from the TV.

VESA Mounting Pattern

Four screws

Two clips

CAUTION: Always place the TV on the floor or a sturdy, level, stable surface that can support the weight of the unit. Secure the TV with the securement clip and a sturdy strap from the hooks on the rear of the TV pedestal to a wall stud, pillar, or other immovable structure. Make sure the strap is tight, secure, and parallel to the floor.

Safety Precautions for 3D glasses

About handling the 3D glasses

• Do not repair, modify, or disassemble the 3D glasses

by yourself. Doing so may cause you to become indisposed while viewing 3D images.

CAUTION:

About the 3D glasses

• Carefully read instructions provided with your display and/or 3D glasses before 3D viewing.

• Do not use the 3D glasses if they are cracked, broken, or not working properly.

Continuing to use them in such a state may cause injury, eye strain, or indisposition.

• Do not drop, exert pressure on, or step on the 3D

glasses. Doing so may damage the glass section which may result in injury. Exposing the 3D glasses to liquid or excessive heat may damage the function.

• Do not stand or walk while wearing 3D glasses.

You may lose your balance which could result in falls or other accidents.

• Do not wear the 3D glasses for any purpose other than viewing 3D programming.

3D glasses do not function as sunglasses.

• If your nose or temple turns red, or you feel any pain or discomfort, stop using the 3D glasses.

Such symptoms may occur when wearing 3D glasses for long periods of time.

Cautions on watching the 3D images

• Some viewers may experience a seizure or blackout when exposed to certain flashing images or lights contained in certain 3D television pictures or video games.

Anyone who has had a seizure, loss of awareness, or other symptom linked to an epileptic condition, or has a family history of epilepsy, should contact a health care professional before using the 3D function.

• Avoid using the 3D function when under the influence of alcohol.

Some individuals may experience health-related

complications when exposed to certain 3D images.

Parents should monitor and/or supervise their children's use of this 3D technology. If you or your child should experience any problem, immediately stop using this 3D technology and consult a physician.

• If you are ill or feel ill, you should refrain from viewing 3D images, and consult your health care provider as may be appropriate.

• If you experience any of the following symptoms when viewing 3D video images, stop viewing and contact your health care provider:

Convulsions, Eye or muscle twitching, Loss of awareness, Altered vision, Involuntary movements,

Disorientation, Eye Strain, Nausea/Vomiting,

Dizziness, Headaches, Fatigue.

• If you feel eye fatigue or other discomfort from viewing 3D video images, stop viewing and take a rest until the condition improves.

• Viewing in 3D may cause dizziness and/or disorientation for some viewers.

Therefore, to avoid injury do not place your TV near open stairwells, balconies, or wires.

Also do not sit near objects that could be broken if accidentally hit.

• When viewing 3D images, always wear 3D glasses.

Watching 3D images without specified 3D glasses may cause eye strain.

• Do not wear 3D glasses or watch 3D images from steep angles or while lying down.

The 3D effect is lost in these conditions and eye strain may result.

• It is recommended that the viewer’s eyes and 3D glasses are level with the screen.

• If you have prescription eye glasses or contact lenses, wear the 3D glasses over them.

Watching 3D images without appropriate eyewear may cause eye strain.

• If 3D images often appear doubled or if you cannot see the images in 3D, stop viewing.

Continuous viewing may cause eye strain.

• Due to the possible impact on vision development, viewers of 3D video images should be age 6 or above.

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Children and teenagers may be more susceptible to health issues associated with viewing in 3D and should be closely supervised to avoid prolonged viewing without rest.

• Watching TV while sitting too close to the screen for an extended period of time may cause eye strain.

• For optimal 3D effect and to avoid eye fatigue it is important that you properly select your viewing position.

The best viewing position is at the indicated viewing distance with your eyes at the same level as the center of the display as shown below. The center of the optimum viewing area varies from set to set. The usable viewing area is generally over the range shown in the table below (actual angle not depicted in drawing).

Same height as

Center of Display

Center of Display

Viewing Angle

Viewing Distance

Model

42L6200U

47L6200U

55L6200U

47L7200U

55L7200U

Viewing angle

Approx. 20 degrees

Approx. 20 degrees

Approx. 20 degrees

Approx. 26 degrees

Approx. 26 degrees

Viewing distance

Over 62 inches

Over 69 inches

Over 81 inches

Over 69 inches

Over 81 inches

Important: If you see a double image, your eyes are either too high or too low in relation to the horizontal center of the screen. Adjust your position so that it is closer to the center to avoid eye fatigue and to enjoy optimum 3D effects.

FCC Caution

To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. could void the user’s authority to operate this device.

Service Center or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

FCC Declaration of Conformity

Compliance Statement (Part 15):

Toshiba television models 42L6200U, 47L6200U,

55L6200U, 47L7200U, and 55L7200U comply 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.

The party responsible for compliance to these rules is:

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.

9740 Irvine Blvd., Irvine, CA 92618.

Ph: 800-631-3811

Note: 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 removing and applying power to the equipment, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

• Connect the equipment into 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.

Caution: Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by Toshiba could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.

Wireless Radio

For product available in the USA/Canada market, only channel

1–11 can be operated. Selection of other channels is not possible.

The device could automatically discontinue transmission in case of absence of information to transmit, or operational failure.

Note that this is not intended to prohibit transmission of control or signaling information or the use of repetitive codes where required by the technology. If this device is going to be operated in 5.15–5.25GHz frequency range, then it is restricted to an indoor environment only.

Important: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

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FCC Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator & your body.

Canada - Industry Canada Statement

This device complies with RSS-210.

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.

This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

Wireless Radio

For product available in the USA/Canada market, only channel 1–11 can be operated. Selection of other channels is not possible.

The device could automatically discontinue transmission in case of absence of information to transmit, or operational failure. Note that this is not intended to prohibit transmission of control or signaling information or the use of repetitive codes where required by the technology.

Important: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

IC Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with IC RSS-102 radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator & your body.

ENERGY STAR

®

User Information

ENERGY STAR User Information Statement: the factory default settings of this television meet ENERGY STAR ® requirements. Changing Picture Settings may increase energy consumption, possibly beyond the limits required for ENERGY STAR qualification.

To ensure your television is operating at optimal energy efficiency, select [Home] mode during initial activation. To return to [Home] mode settings, select [Standard] picture mode. [Standard] mode is recommended for normal home use.

ENERGY STAR ® qualified TV. Products that earn the ENERGY STAR prevent green house gas emissions by meeting strict guidelines set by the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency.

ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark are registered U.S. marks.

Important notes about your TV

The following symptoms are technical limitations of

LCD Display technology and are not an indication of malfunction; therefore, Toshiba is not responsible for perceived issues resulting from these symptoms.

1) An afterimage (ghost) may appear on the screen if a fixed, non-moving image appears for a long period of time. The afterimage is not permanent and will disappear in a short period of time.

2) The LCD panel contained in this TV is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology; however, there may be an occasional pixel (dot of light) that does not operate properly (does not light, remains constantly lit, etc.). This is a structural property of LCD technology, is not a sign of malfunction, and is not covered under your warranty. Such pixels are not visible when the picture is viewed from a normal viewing distance.

Note: Interactive video games that involve shooting a

“gun” type of joystick at an on-screen target may not work with this TV.

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Trademark Information

• Cinema Series, ClearScan, ColorStream, Dynalight,

GameTimer, Native Mode, Surflock, and Trivector are trademarks or registered trademarks of Toshiba America

Information Systems, Inc. and/or Toshiba Corporation.

• Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

• Rovi is a trademark of Rovi Corporation and/or its subsidiaries. The Rovi Guide system is manufactured under license from Rovi

Corporation and/or its subsidiaries.

• VUDU, Vudu Apps, and Vudu Movies are licensed and registered trademarks of VUDU, Inc

• YouTube is a registered trademark of Google, Inc.

• Audyssey EQ® provides clear, accurate and natural sound right out of the box. This technology ensures you enjoy your audio experience as much as your video.

• Audyssey ABX™ technology uses sophisticated driver analysis and low frequency monitoring to extend the range and bass of small speakers. This enables the system to produce lower frequencies than would be possible with a traditional system of the same size.

• Audyssey Dynamic Volume® automatically adjusts volume to provide a consistent sound level between television programs, commercials, and between the loud and soft passages of movies.

• Audyssey Volume Extension™ doubles the volume capability in small speakers while blocking distortion, so your TV gets loud and still sounds great.

• Audyssey Premium Television™ is a suite of technologies that remove the acoustical problems caused by small speakers and drivers.

Working together these technologies deliver a better translation of the audio content and make the television experience sound closer to the original.

• Manufactured under license from Audyssey

Laboratories, Inc. U.S. and foreign patents pending.

Audyssey EQ®, Audyssey ABX™, Audyssey Dynamic

Volume®, Audyssey Volume Extension™, and

Audyssey Premium Television™ are registered and licensed trademarks of Audyssey Laboratories, Inc.

• Blu-ray Disc™, Blu-ray™, and the logos are trademarks of the Blu-ray Disc Association

• CinemaNow is a registered trademark of Best Buy, Inc.

• ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark are registered U.S. marks.

• Manufactured under license from Dolby

Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

• www.espial.com

• Designed with UEI Technology™. Under

License from Universal Electronics inc.

Portions © UEI 2000-2012.

• THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC

PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL

AND NONCOMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO

(i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AVC

STANDARD

(“AVC VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODE AVC VIDEO

THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED

IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY

AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER

LICENSED TO PROVIDE AVC VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS

GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER

USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE

OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, LLC. SEE HTTP://

WWW.MPEGLA.COM

• THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE VC-1

PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL

AND NONCOMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO

(i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE VC-1

STANDARD

(“VC-1 VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODE VC-1 VIDEO

THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED

IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY

AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER

LICENSED TO PROVIDE VC-1 VIDEO. NO LICENSE

IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY

OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE

OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, LLC. SEE HTTP://

WWW.MPEGLA.COM

• THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE MPEG-4

VISUAL PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE

PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A

CONSUMER FOR (i) ENCODING VIDEO IN

COMPLIANCE WITH THE MPEG-4 VISUAL

STANDARD (“MPEG-4 VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii)

DECODING MPEG-4 VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED

BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND

NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS

OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED

BY MPEG LA TO PROVIDE MPEG-4 VIDEO. NO

LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR

ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

INCLUDING THAT RELATING TO

PROMOTIONAL,INTERNAL AND COMMERCIAL

USES AND LICENSING MAY BE OBTAINED FROM

MPEG LA,LLC. SEE HTTP:// WWW.MPEGLA.COM

• HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia

Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of

HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

• MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from

Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.

• Netflix is a registered trademark of Netflix, Inc.

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Copyright

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Systems, Inc. with all rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this guide cannot be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Toshiba. No patent liability is assumed, however, with respect to the use of the information contained herein.

©2012 by Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

Notice

The information contained in this manual, including but not limited to any product specifications, is subject to change without notice.

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AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC.

(TOSHIBA) PROVIDES NO WARRANTY WITH

REGARD TO THIS MANUAL OR ANY OTHER

INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN AND

HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED

WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR

FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH

REGARD TO ANY OF THE FOREGOING. TOSHIBA

ASSUMES NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES

INCURRED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM

ANY TECHNICAL OR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS

OR OMISSIONS CONTAINED HEREIN OR FOR

DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE PRODUCT AND

THE MANUAL. IN NO EVENT SHALL TOSHIBA BE

LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL,

CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR EXEMPLARY

DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED ON TORT,

CONTRACT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING OUT OF

OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS MANUAL OR

ANY OTHER INFORMATION CONTAINED

HEREIN OR THE USE THEREOF.

Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction.............................................................. 20

Features ..................................................................21

Overview of installation, setup, and use..................22

TV front and side panel controls and connections ..23

Front panel........................................................23

Left side ............................................................23

TV back panel controls and connections.................24

Back panel controls...........................................25

Back panel connections ....................................25

Chapter 2: Connecting Your TV................................................ 27

Overview of cable types ..........................................27

Coaxial cable (F-type) .......................................27

Standard A/V cables (red/white/yellow) ............27

Component video cables (red/green/blue) ........28

HDMI

®

cable (with HDMI Logo)........................28

Dual-wand IR blaster cable ...............................29

Optical audio cable............................................29

Analog RGB (15-pin) computer cable ...............29

3.5mm Stereo to RCA Y-cable ..........................29

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LAN cable..........................................................30

About the connection illustrations ....................30

Connecting an antenna, satellite receiver, and cable TV box .....................................................30

Connecting DVD to ColorStream

®

or VCR to composite video................................................31

Connecting remote IR devices ................................33

Using the IR blaster OUT terminal ....................33

Connecting a digital audio system ..........................35

Connecting an HDMI® or DVI device to the

HDMI® input ....................................................36

Using the TV remote and HDMI® CEC Control to control other devices ........................................38

Connecting an HDMI® audio system......................39

Connecting a computer...........................................39

Connecting a computer to the TV’s PC IN terminal:......................................................40

Connect a computer to the TV’s HDMI® terminal.......................................................41

Connecting to a home network ...............................42

Connecting the TV directly to a computer without an Internet connection ...................43

Connecting the TV to a home network without an Internet connection ...................43

Connecting the TV to a home network with an

Internet connection - wired .........................44

Connecting the TV to a home network with an

Internet connection - wireless.....................44

Chapter 3: Using the Remote Control...................................... 46

Controlling other devices ........................................46

Installing batteries ..................................................46

Remote control effective range ...............................48

Learning about the remote control..........................49

Chapter 4: Initial Setup and Menu............................................ 51

Contents

13

Initial setup .............................................................51

Performing the initial setup...............................52

IR Blaster Setup ......................................................55

Network Setup ........................................................58

MediaGuide Setup...................................................59

Navigating the menu system...................................61

Main menu layout ...................................................62

Quick Menu.............................................................63

Chapter 5: Setting up your TV .................................................. 64

How to navigate the menu ......................................64

Changing initial settings....................................64

Individual settings.............................................65

Storing channels in memory (optional).............66

Skipping channels.............................................68

Skipping video inputs .......................................68

Labeling analog TV channels ............................69

Labeling video inputs ........................................70

Configuring shared inputs.................................70

Setting the Auto Input feature ...........................70

Chapter 6: Basic features........................................................... 72

Viewing 3D images .................................................72

Using 3D functions .................................................74

Switching display mode or selecting 3D format .........................................................76

The 3D button operation ...................................76

Switching to 3D mode ......................................77

Selecting 3D format from the Quick menu in 3D mode .................................................78

Switching to 2D mode ......................................79

Selecting 2D format from the Quick menu in 2D mode .................................................79

Switching to Native mode .................................80

Setting the auto start mode...............................81

Setting the 3D PIN code..........................................81

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Enter a new PIN code........................................81

Change or delete your PIN code........................82

Forgotten PIN codes .........................................82

Setting the 3D start message ............................82

Setting the 3D Lock ..........................................83

Setting the 3D Timer Lock ................................83

Setting the Enable 3D Timer .............................83

Displaying 3D Important Information................84

Adjusting 2D to 3D depth..................................84

Switching left and right images.........................85

Tuning Channels .....................................................85

Tuning to the next programmed channel ..........85

Tuning to a specific channel (programmed or unprogrammed)..........................................85

Using Channel Return .......................................85

Using SurfLock™ ....................................................85

Selecting the video input to view ............................86

Using closed captions.............................................87

Analog CC mode ...............................................87

Digital CC settings.............................................89

Setting the PIN code .........................................90

Entering a new PIN code...................................91

Changing or deleting your PIN code .................91

Forgotten PIN code ...........................................91

Using parental controls...........................................91

Blocking TV programs and movies by rating (V-Chip) ............................................91

Downloading an additional rating system .........92

Displaying ratings .............................................95

Unlocking programs .........................................95

Locking specific channels .......................................95

Locking video inputs.........................................96

Setting a time limit for games ...........................96

Locking the control panel..................................97

Using HDMI

®

CEC Control ......................................97

Controlling HDMI

®

CEC playback devices .........98

Contents

15

HDMI

®

CEC Control input source selection.....100

Adjusting the amplifier’s audio........................100

Other HDMI

®

CEC Control functions ...............101

Using the HDMI® RGB Range feature ..................101

Viewing the HDMI® signal information ................102

Using your computer with the TV .........................102

Adjusting the image ........................................102

Setting the computer audio.............................103

Setting the timer to turn on the TV........................104

Setting the sleep timer ..........................................105

Setting No Signal Power Down .............................106

Displaying TV status information ..........................106

Viewing support information.................................107

Resetting to Factory Defaults ................................107

Power failure.........................................................108

Chapter 7: Picture and Sound Controls................................. 109

Selecting the picture size ......................................109

Native..............................................................110

4:3 ..................................................................111

Full ..................................................................111

TheaterWide 1.................................................112

TheaterWide 2.................................................112

TheaterWide 3.................................................112

Normal ............................................................113

Dot by Dot.......................................................113

Scrolling the picture..............................................113

Using the Auto Aspect feature...............................114

Using the 4:3 Stretch ............................................114

Adjusting the picture.............................................115

Selecting the picture mode .............................115

Adjusting the picture quality ...........................115

Using the advanced picture settings features........117

Edge Enhancer ................................................117

Dynamic Contrast ...........................................117

DynaLight

®

......................................................118

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Static Gamma .................................................118

ClearScan

®

......................................................118

Cinema Mode..................................................119

MPEG NR........................................................119

DNR ................................................................119

Auto Brightness Sensor ..................................120

Backlight Adjustment Pro ...............................120

ColorMaster™ .................................................121

Base Color Adjustment ...................................121

Color temperature ...........................................122

Resetting to the factory default .......................122

Setting the expert picture settings ........................122

Test Pattern ....................................................122

RGB Filter........................................................123

White Balance .................................................123

Locking the picture settings..................................124

Adjusting the audio ...............................................125

Muting the sound............................................125

Selecting stereo/SAP broadcasts ....................125

Adjusting the audio balance ............................125

Adjusting the range.........................................126

Selecting the optical audio output format .......126

Using the Dolby® Digital Dynamic Range

Control feature ..........................................126

Audyssey Premium Television™ ....................127

Using Audyssey EQ® for Wall Mounted or

Table-top TVs ...........................................127

Using Audyssey Dynamic Volume ® ..............127

Audyssey ABX™..............................................128

Using the surround sound feature ........................128

Chapter 8: Advanced features.................................................129

Using your home network.....................................129

When using a Wireless network connection: ..130

Setting up the Network .........................................131

Wireless Setup................................................131

Contents

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Advanced Network Setup ................................136

DNS Setup ......................................................137

Network Connection Test ................................139

Using the software keyboard ................................139

Enter text using the keypad.............................139

Enter text using the full keyboard....................139

Performing a Software Upgrade............................140

Viewing the Software Licenses .............................141

Using the SmartTV features ..................................142

eMANUAL .......................................................142

ePORTAL page ...............................................142

ePORTAL SearchAll ........................................142

ePORTAL Apps ...............................................144

Netflix

®

............................................................144

VUDU™ ...........................................................145

YouTube™ ......................................................146

CinemaNow® .................................................147

ePORTAL Internet ...........................................147

ePORTAL Messages........................................151

ePORTAL Events .............................................151

ePORTAL Favorite Sites ..................................152

Edit ePORTAL Favorites ..................................152

ePORTAL Preferences.....................................153

MediaGuide.....................................................153

ePORTAL MediaShare (Videos, Music, and

Photos) .....................................................157

MediaShare (Media Player) specifications ......157

Basic operation ...............................................158

Viewing movie files .........................................160

Playing music files ..........................................162

Viewing photo files .........................................164

Search...................................................................167

Network Device Setup...........................................167

External Control Setup ....................................167

Setting up the Media Renderer feature............168

Apps Control Profile........................................171

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Toshiba A/V Remote App ......................................171

Initial setup .....................................................172

Controlling devices .........................................173

Mouse control.................................................175

Touchpad control............................................176

Combo ............................................................176

Toshiba MediaGuide app.................................177

Toshiba Send & Play App .....................................178

Launching the app ..........................................179

Text input........................................................180

Chapter 9: Troubleshooting.....................................................181

General troubleshooting........................................181

Picture problems ..................................................182

Sound problems ...................................................184

Remote control problems .....................................184

Channel tuning problems ......................................184

Closed caption problems ......................................185

Rating blocking (V-Chip) problems.......................185

HDMI

®

CEC Control operation...............................185

HDMI® problems .................................................186

Network problems ................................................186

Wireless network problems ..................................188

MediaShare (Media Player) problems ...................188

Light Indicator .....................................................189

Power On/Standby light ..................................189

If the problem persists after trying the solutions ..190

Appendix A: Specifications......................................................191

Television system .................................................191

Channel coverage..................................................191

Power source........................................................192

Power consumption........................................192

Audio power..........................................................192

Speaker type .........................................................192

Video/audio terminals ...........................................193

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Video/audio input............................................193

ColorStream® (component video) HD input...193

HDMI® input ..................................................193

Digital audio output.........................................193

PC input ..........................................................193

Wireless connection..............................................193

Ethernet ..........................................................194

USB.................................................................194

Dimensions (include foot stand) ...........................194

Mass (weight) .................................................194

Operating conditions.......................................194

Supplied accessories ............................................195

Acceptable signal formats for PC IN, HDMI®, and 3D ............................................................195

PC IN signal formats .......................................195

HDMI® signal formats....................................196

3D Signal formats* .........................................198

Operating the TV with combination buttons..........199

Index.......................................................................................... 201

Chapter 1

Introduction

Safety icons

This manual contains safety instructions that must be observed to avoid potential hazards that could result in personal injuries, damage to your equipment, or loss of data. These safety cautions have been classified according to the seriousness of the risk, and icons highlight these instructions as follows:

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.

NOTE

Provides important information.

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Introduction

Features

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Features

Integrated digital tuning (8VSB ATSC and QAM)

Eliminates the need for a separate digital converter set-top box

(in most cases).

1920 x 1080 output resolution.

Four HDMI ®

—Digital, High-Definition Multimedia

Interfaces with 1080p input support

HDMI

®

capabilities

ARC (Audio Return Channel)—Enables the audio signal of the TV to be sent to an AV amplifier via an HDMI ® cable.

RGB Range—Adjusts RGB full range signal automatically.

HDMI ®

CEC Control—Allows control of external devices from the TV remote via HDMI

®

connection

ColorStream

®

HD—High-resolution component video input.

Digital Audio Out—Optical audio connection with Dolby

Digital optical output format, see

“Connecting a digital audio system” on page 35

.

®

PC IN (Analog RGB)—Computer terminal, see

“Connecting a computer” on page 39 .

IR Blaster Out— Controls infrared remote controlled devices from the TV.

Built-in WLAN—Allows the television to access your home wireless network without an external Dual Band WLAN

Adapter.

ColorMaster™—Allows you to adjust the TV’s standard

colors, see “ColorMaster™” on page 121

.

ClearScan ®

—Provides picture clarity for fast motion video using new Backlight Scanning technology.

AutoView

®

—Allows you to automatically adjust picture settings based on ambient light conditions and input signal content, see

“ENERGY STAR® User Information” on page 8

.

Dynamic Volume (Audyssey Dynamic Volume

®

)

Eliminates inconsistent TV volume when changing channels or viewing commercials, see

“Audyssey Premium Television™” on page 127 .

MediaShare (Media Player)—Allows you to view photo files and play music or movie files, see

“ePORTAL MediaShare

(Videos, Music, and Photos)” on page 157

.

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Overview of installation, setup, and use

3D capability—Allows you to view and experience 3D content on the television while using special glasses.

ENERGY STAR

®

qualified

Overview of installation, setup, and use

Follow these steps to set up your TV and begin using its many exciting features.

1

Carefully read the important safety, installation, care, and service information. Keep this manual for future reference.

2

To choose a location for the TV:

Read “Important notes about your TV” on page 8

.

❖ Place the TV on the floor or a sturdy, level, stable surface that can support the weight of the unit. Secure the TV to a

wall, pillar, or other immovable structure, see 24)

on

page 4.

Place the TV in a location where light does not reflect on the screen.

❖ Place the TV far enough from walls and other objects to allow proper ventilation. Inadequate ventilation may cause overheating, which will damage the TV. THIS TYPE OF

DAMAGE IS NOT COVERED UNDER THE TOSHIBA

WARRANTY.

3

Do not plug in any power cords until after you have connected all cables and devices to your TV.

4

Before connecting cables or devices to the TV, learn the functions of the TV’s connections and controls, see

“Overview of cable types” on page 27

.

5

Connect your other electronic device(s) to the TV, see

“Connecting Your TV” on page 27

.

6

Install the batteries in the remote control, see

“Installing batteries” on page 46

7

See “Using the Remote Control” on page 46

for an overview of the buttons on the remote control.

8

After connecting all cables and devices, plug in the power cords for your TV and other devices. Then press the POWER button on the TV control panel or remote control to turn on the

TV. If the TV stops responding to the buttons on the remote control or TV control panel and you cannot turn the TV off or

Introduction

TV front and side panel controls and connections

23 on, unplug the power cords for a few seconds and then plug them in and try again.

9

See

“Navigating the menu system” on page 61

for a quick overview of navigating the TV’s menu system.

10

Program channels into the TV’s channel memory, see “Auto

Tuning” on page 66 .

11

For details on using the TV’s features, see chapters 6, 7, and 8.

12

For help, refer to

“Troubleshooting” on page 181

.

13

For technical specifications, see

“Specifications” on page 191

.

TV front and side panel controls and connections

Digital Audio jack

2 USB ports

1 IR Blaster Out

1 Analog Audio port

3 HDMI

®

ports

Brightness sensor Remote sensor

Power LED

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series front and side panel controls and connections

Front panel

1

Power On/Standby LED—Power indicator light, (glows green when the TV power is On).

2

Brightness Sensor—This sensor detects the ambient light

conditions to optimize the backlighting levels, see “Auto

Brightness Sensor” on page 120 .

3

Remote Sensor—Point the remote control toward this remote

sensor, see “Remote control effective range” on page 48

.

Left side

4

2 USB Ports—Used to access video, music, or photo files with

USB device.

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Introduction

TV back panel controls and connections

5

IR Blaster OUT—Used to connect and control infrared remote-controlled devices.

6

Digital Audio Jack—Optical audio output in Dolby ® Digital or PCM (pulse-code modulation) format for connecting an external Dolby ® Digital decoder, amplifier, A/V receiver, or home theater system with optical audio input.

7

Analog Audio Port—Analog audio outputs for connecting an audio amplifier.

8

3 HDMI Ports—High-Definition Multimedia Interface input receives digital audio and uncompressed digital video from an

HDMI ®

®

connection is necessary to receive 1080p signals.

device or uncompressed digital video from a DVI device. HDMI

TV back panel controls and connections

For explanations of cable types and connections, see

“Connecting

Your TV” on page 27 .

Back

USB ports

Power button

Channel Up

Channel Down

Volume Up

Volume Down

Menu button

Input button

IR Blaster OUT

Digital Audio OUT

Analog Audio OUT

ARC HDMI

®

only port

ColorStream ® HD

PC/HDMI

®

IN

PC IN

COLOR

STREAM

HD 1

LAN

HDMI ® IN ports

Video 2 IN

Video 1 IN Antenna/Cable

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series back panel controls and connections

Introduction

TV back panel controls and connections

25

Back panel controls

1

POWER—Turns the TV On and Off.

2

VOL +- —Adjusts the volume level. When an onscreen menu appears, these keys function as ( / ) menu navigation buttons.

3

CH Up/Down arrow buttons—Changes the channel. When an onscreen menu appears, these buttons function as ( / ) menu navigation buttons.

4

MENU—Accesses the menu. When an onscreen menu appears, the MENU button on the TV’s control panel functions as the BACK button.

5

INPUT—Changes the source you are viewing. When an onscreen menu appears, the INPUT button on the TV’s control panel functions as the OK button.

Back panel connections

6

LAN IN—Connects the TV to your home network.

7

PC/ColorStream HD2 IN—For use when connecting a personal computer.

8

PC/HDMI-4 (Audio) IN—PC audio input terminals are shared with HDMI ® -4 analog audio input terminals, and their use can be configured in the Configuring shared inputs menu,

see “Configuring shared inputs” on page 70 .

9 ColorStream ®

HD1 IN—These include standard A/V

connections, see “Connecting DVD to ColorStream® or VCR to composite video” on page 31 .

10

Video 2 IN—Video input.

11

Video 1 IN—Video input.

12

ANT/CABLE—Antenna input that supports analog (NTSC) and digital (ATSC) off-air antenna signals and analog and digital Cable TV (QAM) signals.

13 HDMI ®

IN—High-Definition Multimedia Interface input receives digital audio and uncompressed digital video from an

HDMI ® device. HDMI signals.

device or uncompressed digital video from a DVI

®

connection is necessary to receive 1080p

14 ARC HDMI ®

only port—Audio Return Channel (ARC) enables the audio signal of the TV to be sent to an AV amplifier via the HDMI cable.

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Introduction

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15

Analog Audio OUT—Analog audio outputs for connecting an audio amplifier.

16

Digital Audio OUT—Optical audio output in Dolby ® Digital or PCM (pulse-code modulation) format for connecting an external Dolby ® Digital decoder, amplifier, A/V receiver, or home theater system with optical audio input.

17

IR Blaster OUT—Used to connect and control infrared remote controlled devices.

18

2 USB ports—To access video, music, or photo files with

USB device.

NOTE

Component/Standard (composite) video cables carry only video information; separate audio cables are required.

Chapter 2

Connecting Your TV

Overview of cable types

Before purchasing cables, know the connector types your devices require. You can purchase cables from most stores that sell audio/video devices.

Coaxial cable (F-type)

(Sample Illustration) Coaxial cable

Coaxial (F-type) cable connects your antenna, cable TV service, and/or cable converter box to the ANT/CABLE input on your TV.

Standard A/V cables (red/white/yellow)

27

(Sample Illustration) Standard AV cables

Standard A/V cables (composite video) usually come in sets of three, and connects to video devices with analog audio and composite video output. These cables (and the related inputs on your TV) are typically color-coded according to use: yellow for

28

Connecting Your TV

Overview of cable types

video, red for stereo right audio, and white for stereo left (or mono) audio.

Component video cables (red/green/blue)

(Sample Illustration) Component video cables

Component video cables come in sets of three and are for use with video devices with component video output. (ColorStream

®

is

Toshiba’s brand of component video.) These cables are typically color-coded red, green, and blue. Separate audio cables are required for a complete connection.

NOTE

Component video cables provide better picture quality than composite video cables.

HDMI

®

cable (with HDMI Logo)

(Sample Illustration) HDMI

®

cable

HDMI ® (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) cable connects to devices that have an HDMI

®

output. An HDMI

®

cable delivers digital audio and video in its native format. Separate audio cables

are not required, see “Connect a computer to the TV’s HDMI® terminal” on page 41

.

NOTE

HDMI

®

cables provide the best audio and picture quality.

Connecting Your TV

Overview of cable types

29

Dual-wand IR blaster cable

Connect the dual-wand IR blaster cable to the IR blaster terminal to control infrared remote controlled devices from the TV.

Optical audio cable

(Sample Illustration) Optical audio cable

Optical audio cable connects receivers with Dolby ® Digital or PCM

(pulse-code modulation) optical audio input to the TV’s Digital

Audio Out terminal, see “Connecting a digital audio system” on page 35

.

Analog RGB (15-pin) computer cable

(Sample Illustration) Analog RGB (15-pin) computer cable

Analog RGB (15-pin) computer cable connects a computer to the to the TV’s PC IN terminal, see

“Connecting a computer to the TV’s

PC IN terminal:” on page 40

.

NOTE

Separate audio cables are required.

3.5mm Stereo to RCA Y-cable

(Sample Illustration) 3.5mm Stereo to RCA Y- cable

3.5mm Stereo to RCA Y-cable connects an audio signal from DVI device to TV.

LAN cable

(Sample Illustration) LAN cable

Standard LAN cable connects the TV to your home network, see

“Connecting the TV to a home network with an Internet connection

- wired” on page 44

.

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Connecting Your TV

Connecting an antenna, satellite receiver, and cable TV box

Crossover LAN cable connects the TV directly to a computer, see

“Connecting the TV directly to a computer without an Internet connection” on page 43 .

About the connection illustrations

You can connect different types and brands of devices to your TV in several different configurations. The connection illustrations in this manual are representative of typical device connections only.

The input/output terminals on your devices may differ from those illustrated herein. For details on connecting and using your specific devices, refer to each device’s owner’s manual.

Connecting an antenna, satellite receiver, and cable TV box

Satellite dish

Satellite receiver with component video

AUDIO

OUT

L

Satellite

IN

Y P B P R

COMPONENT VIDEO VIDEO

OUT

R

Standard audio cable

COLOR

STREAM

TV back panel

Component video cable

AV Component adapter cable (supplied)

VHF/UHF

Antenna

Coaxial cable

Cable TV

IN

Cable box

CH 3

CH 4

OUT

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting to an antenna, satellite receiver, and cable TV box

Items needed:

❖ Coaxial cables

❖ Standard AV cables

Component video cables (red/green/blue)

NOTE

When you use a cable box, you may not be able to use the remote control to program or access certain features on the TV.

To view the antenna or cable signal:

Select ANT/CABLE video input source on the TV.*

To view basic and premium cable channels:

Select the ANT/CABLE video input source on the TV.* Tune the

TV to channel 3 or 4 (whichever channel the cable box output is set to). Use the cable box controls to change channels.

Connecting Your TV

Connecting DVD to ColorStream

®

or VCR to composite video

31

To view the VCR or camcorder video:

Turn On the VCR or camcorder video. Select VIDEO input source on the TV.*

*To select the video input source, press the INPUT button on the remote control, see

“Selecting the video input to view” on page 86

.

NOTE

The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs, and other materials is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and criminal liability.

Connecting DVD to ColorStream

®

or VCR to composite video

TV back panel

Y W

R G B

Yellow White Red Green Blue

DVD player VCR

COLOR

STREAM

HD 1

VIDEO AUDIO

L R

Y R

Y

COMPONENT VIDEO

P

B

P R

L

AUDIO OUT

R

G B R W R

Standard audio cable

Light green

Light yellow

Component video cable

Standard

A/V cable

A/V Component adapter cable (supplied)

AV adapter cable (supplied)

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting a DVD with ColorStream ® or a VCR with composite video

Items needed:

Coaxial cables

Standard AV cables

Standard audio cables

Composite or component video cables

You can connect the component video cables (plus audio cables) from the DVD player or satellite receiver to the

COLOR STREAM HD terminal in the TV. The COLOR

STREAM HD terminal can be used to display Progressive

(480p, 720p) and Interlaced (480i, 1080i) scan systems.

Note that 1080p is not supported. Check the User’s Guide of the DVD player in order to determine the best output signal available.

32

Connecting Your TV

Connecting remote IR devices

If your DVD player or satellite receiver does not have component video, connect a standard A/V cable to the

AUDIO/VIDEO terminal. If your DVD player has HDMI

® video, see

“Connecting an HDMI® or DVI device to the

HDMI® input” on page 36

.

NOTE

To view antenna or Cable channels:

Select the ANT/CABLE video input source on the TV.*

To view the DVD player:

Turn ON the DVD player. Select the ColorStream input source on the TV.*

®

HD video

To view satellite programs using the component video

connections:

Turn ON the satellite receiver. Select the ColorStream

®

input source on the TV.*

HD video

To view the VCR or view and record antenna channels:

Turn ON the VCR. Tune the VCR to the channel you want to watch. Select the VIDEO video input source on the TV.*

To record a TV program while watching a DVD:

Turn ON the VCR. Tune the VCR to the channel to record. Select the ColorStream ®

DVD.

HD video input source on the TV* to view the

*To select the video input source, press the INPUT button on the

remote control, see “Selecting the video input to view” on page 86 .

NOTE

When you use ColorStream

®

HD or Video, please switch to the appropriate AV mode.

The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs, and other materials is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and criminal liability.

Connecting remote IR devices

Using the IR blaster OUT terminal

You can use the TV’s IR OUT terminal to remotely operate many infrared remote-controlled devices enclosed in an entertainment center or similar cabinet.

Items needed:

Connecting Your TV

Connecting remote IR devices

33

Dual-wand IR blaster cable (see

“Dual-wand IR blaster cable” on page 29

)

❖ Other cables as required to connect the device(s) to the TV (see

“Overview of cable types” on page 27

)

See the remote IR blaster setup section.

To connect the IR blaster cable:

1

Locate the infrared sensor on the front of your device. This sensor is marked on some devices.If you are having issues locating the device's infrared sensor, see

“If you cannot locate the device’s infrared sensor:” on page 35

.

2

Align one of the IR blaster cable’s wands approximately 1 inch away from the infrared sensor on the front of the device and attach it using double-sided mounting tape. If you have a second device, attach the second wand in a similar manner.

NOTE

If you do not have a second device, coil the second wand with a rubber band and leave it behind the TV.

3

Plug the IR blaster cable’s plug into the TV’s IR Blaster Out terminal.

Front of IR-controlled DVD player (for example)

Front of IR-controlled audio device (for example)

Infrared sensor

IR blaster cable wand

(approx.1 inch from device)

TV back panel

Dualwand IR blaster cable

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Using the IR blaster

OUT terminal

To control the device(s):

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Connecting Your TV

Connecting a digital audio system

Point the TV remote control toward the front of the TV and press the button for the desired function. The signal passes from the remote control through the TV to the device via the IR Blaster

cable. For more information, see “IR Blaster Setup” on page 55

.

(Sample Illustration) Controlling the device(s) - remote control

NOTE

The IR pass-through feature does not support all IR controlled devices. Satisfactory quality may not be attainable with certain devices.

If you cannot locate the device’s infrared sensor:

1

Turn off the device.

2

Starting at the device’s lower-left corner, place the end of the device’s remote control (with the infrared emitter) so it touches the front of the device. Press the POWER button.

(Do not use the TV’s remote control for this step.)

3

If the device turns on, the sensor is located where the remote control touched the device.

4

If the device does not turn on, move the remote control slightly to the right and press the POWER button again.

5

Repeat the previous steps if necessary.

Connecting a digital audio system

The TV’s Digital Audio Out terminal outputs a Dolby

®

Digital or

2-channel down-mixed PCM (pulse-code modulation) signal for

Connecting Your TV

Connecting an HDMI® or DVI device to the HDMI® input

35 use with an external Dolby Digital decoder or other external audio system with optical audio input.

You will need an Optical audio cable (Use an optical audio cable that has the larger “TosLink” connector and not the smaller

“mini-optical” connector.)

Digital decoder or digital audio system

PLACE HOLDER

TV back panel

Optical audio cable

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting a digital audio system

Before controlling the audio, see

“Selecting the optical audio output format” on page 126

.

NOTE

Some audio systems may not be compatible with Dolby Digital bitstream signals. Older audio systems that are not compatible with standard optical out signals may not work properly, creating a high noise level that may damage speakers or headphones. THIS

DAMAGE IS NOT COVERED BY YOUR WARRANTY.

The DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal may not output some digital audio sources because of copy restrictions.

The Dolby Digital format is available in the following situations:

When tuned to a digital RF channel

When an HDMI input is used

When DLNA Certified products are used

Connecting an HDMI

®

or DVI device to the HDMI

®

input

The HDMI ® input on your TV receives digital audio and uncompressed digital video from an HDMI

®

source device, or

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Connecting Your TV

Connecting an HDMI® or DVI device to the HDMI® input

uncompressed digital video from a DVI (Digital Visual Interface) source device.

This input is designed to accept HDCP (High- Bandwidth

Digital-Content Protection) program material in digital form from

EIA/CEA-861-D– compliant[1] consumer electronic devices (such as a set-top box or DVD player with HDMI

®

or DVI output).

The HDMI

®

input can accept and display VGA, SVGA, XGA,

WXGA, SXGA, 480i (60Hz), 480p (60Hz), 720p (60Hz), 1080i

(60Hz), and 1080p (24Hz/60Hz) signal formats. For detailed signal specifications, see

“HDMI® signal formats” on page 196 .

The supported Audio formats are Linear PCM and Dolby ® sampling rate 32/44.1/ 48 kHz.

Digital,

NOTE

To connect a PC to the HDMI

®

input, see “Connect a computer to the

TV’s HDMI® terminal” on page 41 .

To connect an HDMI ® device, you will need one HDMI

(type A connector) per HDMI

®

device:

® cable

For proper operation, it is recommended that you use an

HDMI ® cable with the HDMI ® Logo ( ).

❖ To display an 1080ip/60Hz signal format, you will need a High

Speed HDMI

®

cable. A conventional HDMI

®

/DVI cable may not work properly.

❖ HDMI ® cables transfer both video and audio. Separate analog audio cables are not required (see illustration).

TV back panel

HDMI device

HDMI OUT

HDMI cable

DVI device

Analog audio cable

DVI /HDCP

OUT

HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable

L

AUDIO

R

OUT

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting an

HDMI

®

or DVI device to the HDMI

®

Input

To view the HDMI ® device video:

Select HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3 or HDMI 4 video input source on the TV. (Press the INPUT button on the remote control. For

Connecting Your TV

Using the TV remote and HDMI® CEC Control to control

37

more information, see “Selecting the video input to view” on page 86

.

To connect a DVI device, you will need:

❖ HDMI ® to DVI adapter cable

For proper operation, the length of an HDMI

®

to DVI adapter cable should not exceed 9.8 ft (3m). The recommended length is 6.6 ft (2m).

3.5mm Stereo to RCA Y-cable

An HDMI ® to DVI adapter cable transfers video only. Separate analog audio cables are required (see illustration).

NOTE

To ensure that the HDMI

®

or DVI device is reset properly:

When turning on your electronic components, turn on the TV first, and then the HDMI

®

or DVI device.

When turning off your electronic components, turn off the

HDMI

®

or DVI device first, and then the TV.

NOTE

[1] EIA/CEA-861-D compliance covers the transmission of uncompressed digital video with high-bandwidth digital content protection, which is being standardized for reception of highdefinition video signals. Because this is an evolving technology, it is possible that some devices may not operate properly with the TV.

Using the TV remote and HDMI

®

CEC Control to control other devices

To control the basic functions of connected audio/video devices using the TV’s remote control, connect an HDMI ® CEC compatible audio receiver or playback device. The HDMI

®

CEC Control feature uses CEC technology as regulated by the HDMI ® standard.

Audio receiver

Playback device

(HDMI®-CEC DVD player, etc.)

TV back panel

HDMI OUT HDMI

IN HDMI OUT

HDMI cable

Playback device

(HDMI®-CEC DVD player, etc.)

HDMI OUT

HDMI cable

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting an

HDMI

®

CEC compatible audio receiver and playback device

38

Connecting Your TV

Connecting an HDMI® audio system

To connect an audio receiver and playback devices, you will need

HDMI ® cables, see

“HDMI ® cable (with HDMI Logo)” on page 28

.

NOTE

If several devices are connected, HDMI

®

CEC Control feature may not operate properly, see

“HDMI

®

CEC Control input source selection” on page 100

.

For proper operation, it is recommended that you use HDMI

®

cables with the HDMI

®

Logo ( ).

Before controlling the devices:

For an explanation of setup and operations, see

“Other HDMI

CEC Control functions” on page 101 .

®

❖ Configure the connected devices. See each device’s operation manual.

NOTE

This feature is limited to models incorporating Toshiba’s

HDMI

®

CEC Control feature. However, Toshiba is not liable for those operations. See the individual instruction manuals for compatibility information.

When using an external AV amplifier the picture and sound may not be properly synchronized. In this case, adjust the delay time of the sound on the AV amplifier.

NOTE

The control range of the delay time differs according to the device you use.

Connecting an HDMI

®

audio system

If your HDMI ® amplifier supports ARC, audio from the TV can be sent to the amplifier via an existing HDMI

®

cable.

Connecting Your TV

Connecting a computer

You will need and HDMI

®

cable.

TV back panel

AV amplifier that supports ARC

HDMI cable

39

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series— Connecting to

HDMI ® ARC

HDMI

®

's ARC (Audio Return Channel) feature

This feature enables the audio signal of the TV to be sent to an AV amplifier via the HDMI

®

cable. It will not be necessary to connect a cable from the audio output of the TV to the audio input of the AV amplifier to reproduce the audio received from the tuner of the TV through the AV amplifier.

Connecting a computer

With either the PC IN or HDMI speakers.

®

connection, you can view your computer’s display on the TV and hear the sound from the TV’s

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Connecting Your TV

Connecting a computer

Connecting a computer to the TV’s PC IN terminal:

When connecting a computer to the PC IN terminal on the TV, use an analog RGB (15-pin) computer cable and a PC audio cable. For more information, see

“Overview of cable types” on page 27 .

TV back panel

Computer

PC audio cable

PC/HDMI 3

(AUDIO)

PC audio output

HDMI

®

to DVI adapter cable

Conversion adapter

(if necessary)

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting to a computer through analog RGB cable

To use a computer, set the monitor output resolution on the computer before connecting it to the TV. The supported signal formats are VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA and SXGA. For detailed

signal specifications, see “Acceptable signal formats for PC IN,

HDMI®, and 3D” on page 195

.

Other formats or non-standard signals will not be displayed correctly.

To display the optimum picture, use the computer setting feature, see

“Using your computer with the TV” on page 102 .

Connecting Your TV

Connecting a computer

41

NOTE

The PC audio input terminal on the TV is shared with the HDMI 4 and ColorStream

®

HD2 terminal. For configuration information,

see “Setting the computer audio” on page 103

.

Some computer models cannot be connected to this TV.

If the computer has a compatible mini D-sub15-pin terminal, an adapter is not required.

Depending on the content’s title and the computer’s specifications, some scenes may be skipped or you may not be able to pause during multi-angle scenes.

4

5

2

3

Signal names for mini D-sub 15-pin connector:

Pin No.: Signal Name: Pin No.: Signal Name: Pin No.: Signal Name:

1 R 6 Ground 11 NC

G

B

NC*

NC

7

8

9

10

Ground

Ground

NC

Ground

12

13

14

15

NC

H-sync

V-sync

NC

*NC=Not connected

Connect a computer to the TV’s HDMI

®

terminal

When connecting a computer with a DVI port to the HDMI terminal on the TV, use an HDMI audio cables.

®

®

to DVI adapter cable and analog

When connecting a computer with an HDMI ® port, use an HDMI cable (type A connector). Separate analog audio cables may not be necessary, depending on computer hardware and setup.

®

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Connecting Your TV

Connecting to a home network

For more information, see

“Overview of cable types” on page 27

.

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting to an

HDMI

®

terminal

The supported signal formats are VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA,

SXGA, 480i (60Hz), 480p (60Hz), 720p (60Hz), 1080i (60Hz), and

1080p (24Hz/60Hz). For signal specifications, see

“Acceptable signal formats for PC IN, HDMI®, and 3D” on page 195 .

NOTE

The edges of the picture may be hidden.

If receiving a 480i (HDMI), 480p (HDMI), 720p, 1080i, or 1080p signal program, Native mode scales the video to display the entire picture within the borders of the screen (i.e. no overscanning).

Connecting to a home network

The LAN port allows your Toshiba TV to connect to your home network.

You can use this home network to access photos, movies, and music files that are stored on a Connected Media Server and play them on your TV.

Connecting Your TV

Connecting to a home network

43

Connecting the TV directly to a computer without an Internet connection

You will need a Crossover LAN cable.

TV back panel

Computer

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting a computer without Internet connection

Connecting the TV to a home network without an Internet connection

Items needed:

Standard LAN cables

Router with a hub

Router with a hub

Computer

TV back panel

Computer

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting a network without Internet connection

44

Connecting Your TV

Connecting to a home network

Connecting the TV to a home network with an Internet connection - wired

Items needed:

❖ Coaxial or telephone cable (depending on your modem type)

❖ Standard LAN cables

❖ Router with Hub

❖ Modem (DSL or cable)

Modem (DSL or cable) Router with a hub

1

Cable or phone jack

Computer

2

2, 3

TV back panel

2

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting with

Internet connection - wired

2

3

Item: Description:

1 Coaxial or telephone cable (depending on your modem type)

Standard LAN cable

Do NOT connect a phone jack directly to the TV’s LAN port.

Connecting the TV to a home network with an Internet connection - wireless

Items needed:

Coaxial or telephone cable (depending on your modem type)

Standard LAN cables

Connecting Your TV

Connecting to a home network

Wireless LAN access point or wireless router

Modem (DSL or cable)

Modem (DSL or cable) Wireless LAN access point

45

1

Cable or phone jack

Computer

2

Built-in WLAN system:

It is not necessary to connect an external WLAN adapter to the TV

2

(Sample Illustration) L6200U/L7200U Series—Connecting with

Internet connection - wireless

Item: Description:

1 Coaxial or telephone cable (depending on your modem type)

2 Standard LAN cable

The transmission speed over the wireless LAN and the distance over which wireless LAN can reach may vary depending on surrounding electromagnetic environment, obstacles, access point design and configuration, and client design and software/hardware configurations. The actual transmission speed will be lower than the theoretical maximum speed.

NOTE

The Built-in WLAN Adapter is based on the IEEE 802.11n specification and may not be fully compatible with, or support some features (e.g., security) of certain Wi-Fi equipment that are based on the draft version of IEEE 802.11n.

Chapter 3

Using the Remote Control

Controlling other devices

The TV’s remote control can operate other devices as described in

the IR Blaster section on page 55.

Installing batteries

To install batteries:

1

Pull up to open the cover.

(Sample Illustration) Removing the battery cover

2

Install two AA size batteries.

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Using the Remote Control

Installing batteries

NOTE

Use carbon zinc batteries or alkaline batteries.

47

(Sample Illustration) installing the batteries

3

Slide on the cover.

Do not expose batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire, etc.

NOTE

Every time you change the batteries, you must reprogram the remote.

Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal area.

Always consider the environment when disposing of batteries.

Always follow applicable laws and regulations.

If the remote does not operate correctly, or if the operating range is reduced, replace the batteries.

Always replace both batteries with new ones. Never mix battery types or use new and used batteries together.

Always remove batteries from the remote if they are dead or if the remote control is not to be used for an extended period of time.

This prevents battery acid from leaking into the battery compartment

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Using the Remote Control

Remote control effective range

Remote control effective range

1

For optimum performance, aim the remote control directly at the TV and make sure there are no obstructions between the remote control and the TV.

42/47/55”

16.4 ft (5m)

(Sample Illustration) Remote control effective range

Using the Remote Control

Learning about the remote control

49

Learning about the remote control

Only the buttons used to operate the TV are described in this section.

For the HDMI

®

CEC Control functions, see “Using HDMI® CEC

Control” on page 97

.

9

25

27

28

30

31

34

35

38

39

12

15

16

17

20

22

23

1

2

4

5

8

3

6

7

24

26

29

32

33

36

37

40

10

11

13

14

18

19

21

(Sample Illustration) Remote control overview

NOTE

The L6200U series remote has no LIGHT button. The LIGHT button is only available on the L7200U series remote.

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Using the Remote Control

Learning about the remote control

NOTE

The error message “NOT AVAILABLE” may appear if you press a key for a function that is not available.

Item: Description: Function: Item: Description: Function:

1 POWER

When the TV is on, the power LED indicator on the TV front glows green.

Accesses the 3D options.

3 Light Illuminates the keypad for five

(Model seconds.

3 Sleep Accesses the sleep timer.

5 Cable/Satellite

button

6 Auxillary button

Switches to the TV input assigned to each mode key: TV, CABLE/SAT,

BD/DVD, or AUX.

21 GUIDE Launches the MediaGuide application on-screen.

22 ( / )

23 ( / / / ) buttons menus when a menu is on-screen.

Selects the highlighted items on

Returns to the previous screen.

Closes on-screen menus.

Short press rewinds/fast forwards.

Long press skips back/forward and plays playback.

buttons (0-9)

Enters 2-part channel numbers.

10 INPUT Selects the video input source.

11 CH RTN button

12 VOL /

Returns to the last viewed channel or source.

13 CH / buttons Cycles through programmed channels.

14 MUTE Reduces or turns off the sound.

Displays TV status information as well as program details, when available.

16 ePORTAL button Launches the ePortal page

on-screen.

Used for TV, Cable/Sat, BD/DVD,

Stops playback

32 SETUP Used for TV, Cable/Sat, BD/DVD,

33 PAUSE Pauses playback

34 QUICK Launches the Quick menu.

Accesses the closed-caption feature.

36 PIC SIZE button Cycles through the picture sizes.

37 PIC MODE button Selects the picture mode.

38 eMANUAL application on-screen. Internet connection required.

on-screen.

Launches the Apps window on-screen.

20 MENU Accesses the main TV menu system. on-screen.

40 SLEEP Accesses the sleep timer.

Chapter 4

Initial Setup and Menu

Initial setup

When you first turn on or reset the TV, the Initial Setup window appears.

NOTE

You can stop Initial Setup by pressing the EXIT button. However, if you do not finish Initial Setup, the Initial Setup screen will appear every time you turn on your TV. To finish Initial Setup,

see “Changing initial settings” on page 64

.

The EXIT button does not work until Menu Language/Country,

Time Zone/Daylight Saving Time, and Store/Home Mode have been set.

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Initial Setup and Menu

Initial setup

Performing the initial setup

1 Menu Language/Country

Select a language and country. Press OK.

Quick Setup

Menu Language

Country

English

U.S.

Language

(Sample Illustration) Selecting Menu Language/Country

2 Time Zone

Select a time zone.

Local Time Setting

Time Zone

Daylight Saving Time

Central

On

Time zone

(Sample Illustration) Selecting Time Zone

3 Daylight Saving Time

Select On or Off. Press OK.

Local Time Setting

Time Zone

Daylight Saving Time

Central

Off

(Sample Illustration) Selecting Daylight Saving Time

4 Store/Home Mode

Select Store or Home. Press OK.

Store/Home Mode

To use the TV for displaying in a store showroom, please select [Store]. [Home] mode is recommended for normal use.

Home

(Sample Illustration) Selecting a location

Initial Setup and Menu

Initial setup

5 ANT/CABLE

To select Antenna, first select Antenna. Then select Next.

ANT/CABLE In

Antenna

Cable

53

Next

(Sample Illustration) Selecting Antenna

To select Cable, first select Cable. Then select Next.

ANT/CABLE In

Antenna

Cable

Next

(Sample Illustration) Selecting Cable

NOTE

If you do not want to scan channels, you do not need to make a selection for ANT/CABLE. Select Next, and then press OK to skip this step.

6 Start Scan

Select Start Scan. Press OK.

Auto Tuning

Previous settings will be lost! Press EXIT for no change.

Start Scan

(Sample Illustration) Start Scan

NOTE

If you want to stop scanning, pressing the EXIT button while scanning is in process.

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Initial Setup and Menu

Initial setup

While scanning is in progress, the Auto Tuning Progress Screen appears.

Auto Tuning (Antenna)

Progress Found

0% 5

Channel: 5

(Sample Illustration) Auto Tuning Progress Screen

After scanning is complete, the auto tuning results screen (such as the one below) will appear.

Press OK or EXIT.

Auto Tuning (Antenna)

Antenna Channels Found: 12

Ch.

2

3

Type

ATV

ATV

4

5

6

ATV

ATV

ATV

ATV

7

8

9

ATV

ATV

4

5

6

RF Ch.

2

3

7

8

9

(Sample Illustration) Auto Tuning Results screen

NOTE

Although they may be displayed in the above list, encrypted channels cannot be viewed.

If some channels are not found after scanning:

Check the antenna/cable connections, and scan again.

Connect the TV to the antenna or cable box directly and scan again.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SETUP,

Quick Setup, and then press OK.

A confirmation message appears.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes. Press OK.

3

Repeat setup to Step 6.

If you selected Antenna previously, select Cable.

If you selected Cable previously, select Antenna.

Initial Setup and Menu

IR Blaster Setup

55

4

Scan again.

IR Blaster Setup

During the Initial Setup, the IR Blaster screen will appear with the message, “IR Blaster setup will now begin. If you wish to skip, please select Skip.”

To start the IR Blaster setup, select Next on the screen, or to skip the setup, select Skip. If you wish to skip this setup, you can setup the IR Blaster at any time through the PREFERENCES menu.

NOTE

The IR Blaster may not work with some devices, and it may not control certain features on your external devices.

1

The IR Blaster Setup screen will appear and you must choose what devices to setup.

2

Select the Add button on the screen to add devices.

3

The IR Blaster Setup Add devices screen will appear. The

Device Type field will be highlighted.

4

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select:

❖ Cable Box

❖ Satellite Box

❖ VCR

❖ Blu-ray™/DVD Player

❖ Audio

❖ CD Player

❖ Video Accessory

The first column on the screen lists the subsequent fields including: Brand, Select Device, Model Name, TV Input, etc.

5

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select the options in the second column that correspond to the IR device currently being setup.

Some fields will have screens with selectable lists of items, while other fields may require using the keyboard to enter the information.

6

To select the Code Set, use the ( / arrow) buttons to select the codes set for the device.

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Initial Setup and Menu

IR Blaster Setup

NOTE

If a model has more than one Code Set, a message will appear stating “This model has more than one Code Set. Please select and test your preferred Code Set.” You will need to choose a code set using the ( / arrow) buttons and perform the Test option to ensure the correct Code Set has been selected.

NOTE

The Test option is available when the Device Type, Brand, Model

Name/Code Set have all been setup.

7

To select the TV Input to which the IR device is connected, use the ( / arrow) buttons to select from the following options:

(Only audio is selected as this device type)

Video 1

Video 2

ColorStream HD 1

Colorstream HD 2 (If selected)

HDMI 1

HDMI 2

HDMI 3

HDMI 4

PC (if selected).

NOTE

PC or ColorStream HD2 inputs depend on the shared PC input.

8

To set up the Guide Control, use the ( / arrow) buttons to select:

TV (this is the default)

Device

9

To set up the Volume control, use the ( / arrow) buttons to select:

❖ TV (this is the default)

❖ Amplifier

If the Amplifier option is selected, the Volume Up/Down and

MUTE buttons will control the amplifier through the IR blaster.

Initial Setup and Menu

IR Blaster Setup

57

NOTE

If Audio is selected as the device type, the volume option is active.

However if another device (other than Audio) is selected, then this option is not available and grayed out.

10

After setting up all the options for the device, it is important to test the IR Blaster’s control of the device by using the Test option.

11

Once you have selected all the appropriate information on the screen, use the ( / arrow) buttons to select the Done button.

To cancel this screen and return to the previous screen, select the Cancel button.

To test the IR Blaster’s control of the device:

1

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select the Test option from the

IR Blaster Setup screen.

The TV will then send the power on and power off command to the device through the IR Blaster with approximately a 5 second interval.

2

A message screen will appear asking you “Was your device powered on and off by the IR Blaster? If not, please check your device and IR blaster position.” If the test failed, a “Test

Failed” message will appear on the screen.

To setup the timing control for your device:

1

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select Timing Control. A screen will appear allowing you to set up the Interval Time for the device.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select from the following options:

❖ 0.125 sec

❖ 0.25 sec (this is the default)

❖ 0.375 sec

❖ 0.5 sec

❖ 0.625

❖ 0.75

❖ 0.875

❖ 1 sec

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Initial Setup and Menu

Network Setup

3

Select the Test button.

A message screen will appear asking you “Was your device changed from one channel to another by the IR blaster? If not, please check your configuration.” If the test failed, a “Test

Failed” message will appear on the screen.

4

Once you have selected all the appropriate information on the screen, use the ( / arrow) buttons to select the Done button.

To cancel this screen and return to the previous screen, select the Cancel button.

NOTE

When the Done button is selected, if the TV input has already been selected for another device an Alert Screen will appear.

When the Done button is selected, if the HDMI input has already been selected for another HDMI

®

CEC device an Alert Screen will appear.

When the Done button is selected, if the Device Type selected is the Cable Box, Satellite Box or Blu-ray ™ DVD Player, the following message will be displayed: “Are you sure you want to apply this device to MediaGuide?” You must select the Yes or

No option using the ( / arrow) buttons. After this selection, the IR Blaster Setup main screen will appear.

The HDMI

®

CEC control function has priority over the IR Blaster function when HDMI and HDMI

®

CEC devices are connected. If the IR Blaster is already setup, the IR Blaster function should be stopped when the same HDMI port is being used with at least one HDMI

®

CEC device.

Network Setup

During the Initial Setup, the Network Setup screen will appear with the message, “Network Setup will now begin. If you wish to skip, please select Skip.” To start the Network Setup, select Next on the screen or to skip the setup, select Skip. If you wish to skip this setup, you can setup the Network at any time through the

NETWORK menu.

In order to setup your network, you must first select the type of network you wish to set up:

1

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select Wired or Wireless network.

If you select Wired, proceed to the Network Connection Test

(Step 3). If you selected Wireless network, please proceed to the following step.

Initial Setup and Menu

MediaGuide Setup

2

Using the ( / arrow) buttons, select the type of Wireless setup option: Easy Setup (WPS), Assisted Setup, or Manual

Setup.

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NOTE

Easy Setup (WPS). If your Access Point (AP) supports WPS, this method can be used. WPS is a standard designed to simplify the connection of wireless LAN equipment and the setup of network security features.

Assisted Setup (setup using the AP's notification information).

The Network Name, Authentication, and Encryption are decided based on information from the AP. You need to manually set the

Security Key for this method.

Manual Setup (to input all settings manually).

3

Once your wired or wireless network has been configured, perform a Network Connection Test.

A network connection test screen will appear while the test is being performed. If the test was successful, the successful connection screen will appear.

If the network connection test failed, the connection failure screen will appear.

For more information, see

“Setting up the Network” on page 131 .

4

Press the OK button on the screen to return to the Initial Setup menu.

NOTE

In order to secure your home network, it is strongly recommended that you use a wireless access point with encryption.

MediaGuide Setup

During the Initial Setup, the MediaGuide screen will appear with the message, “MediaGuide setup will now begin. If you wish to skip, please select Skip.” To start the MediaGuide Setup, select

Next on the screen, or to skip the setup, select Skip. If you wish to skip this setup, you can setup the MediaGuide at any time through the setting menu of the MediaGuide application.

To setup your MediaGuide:

When you select Next (as described above) the Connect to the

Network screen will appear.

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MediaGuide Setup

1

Make sure the TV is connected to the network, and then select the Yes or No button using the ( / arrow) buttons. Then press the OK button.

The TV will now establish connection with the information services it uses. A confirmation screen will appear if the connection was established.

2

Press the OK button on the confirmation screen.

If the TV is unable to connect to these services from the network, an error message appears.

NOTE

If the error message appears, you should check your network connections and try again.

For more information, see “Setting up the Network” on page 131

.

The Online Account Setup will appear. Please follow the onscreen instructions to register the guide.

NOTE

If you wish to select any other service subscription such as Netflix you may complete this on the website as well.

®

,

After completion of the network connection check, a new screen will appear describing the terms and conditions.

3

Use the arrow buttons to select the I Agree button on the screen.

The Zip/Postal Code screen will appear.

4

Use the number buttons to enter your zip code. Press the

Continue button.

The Choose Provider screen will appear.

5

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select your service provider from the list.

After completion of all of these steps, the MediaGuide will start up.

Support Information

When the “Support Information” screen appears, press the OK button.

Initial Setup and Menu

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NOTE

Refer to this information if there is a problem and you need to contact

Customer Support. To find help, the following operation can be performed at any time. MENU button > Menu > GET HELP >

System Information > OK button.

Navigating the menu system

To open the menu system, press the MENU button on the remote control or TV control panel.

SOUND

PICTURE

PREFERENCES

SETUP

SETTINGS

3D NETWORK

GET HELP

(Sample Illustration) Main menu

TIMERS

When a menu is open, press the ( / / / arrow) buttons on the remote control to move in the corresponding direction.

❖ To select a highlighted item or save your menu settings, press the OK button. (A highlighted menu item appears in a different color in the menu.)

All menus close automatically if no selection is made within approximately 60 seconds.

To close a menu instantly, press the EXIT button.

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Main menu layout

Main menu layout

To open the main menus in the table below, press the MENU button on the remote control or TV control panel.

1st Layer

GET HELP

3D

SETTINGS

NETWORK

TIMERS

2nd Layer

Software Licenses

Software Upgrade

System Information eMANUAL

SOUND

PICTURE

PREFERENCES

SETUP

Media Player Setup

Network Setup

Network Device Setup

Smart Apps Setup

On Timer

Sleep Timer

Game Timer

3rd Layer Page

page 141

page 140

page 107

3D Auto Start

2D to 3D Depth

3D PIN

3D Safety Settings

page 142

page 81

page 84

page 81

page 83

3D Important Information

page 72

SOUND Menu

PICTURE Menu

page 125

page 115

PREFERENCES Menu

SETUP Menu

page 64 page 64

page 157

page 131

page 136

page 142

page 104

page 105

page 96

Initial Setup and Menu

Quick Menu

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Quick Menu

Quick menu helps you access some options more quickly.

Press the QUICK button to display the Quick menu and press the

( / )buttons to select an option.

NOTE

Quick menu items differ depending on the current mode.

 

Quick Menu Item

Picture Mode

3D Settings

HDMI

®

CEC Player Control

Speakers

Wireless Information

Interval Time

Repeat

Device Information

SOUND

PICTURE

Page

page 79

page 78

page 99

page 165

page 135

page 165

page 161

page 160

page 165

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Chapter 5

Setting up your TV

How to navigate the menu

❖ Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, Main menu,

Submenu, and then press the OK or EXIT button.

Format:

MENU

SETTINGS

Main menu

Submenu

OK

Description:

Press the MENU button.

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select SETTINGS.

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select a menu icon (SOUND,

PICTURE, PREFERENCES, SETUP, GET HELP, 3D, SETTINGS,

NETWORK, TIMERS)

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select a menu.

Press the OK button.

Changing initial settings

From Quick Setup:

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, SETUP, Quick Setup, and then press the

OK button.

A confirmation message appears.

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3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes.

4

Press the OK button.

To change settings, see “Initial setup” on page 51

.

Individual settings

Menu Language

You can choose from three different menu language settings

(English, Français, and Español). The TV displays menus and messages in your preferred language. You can also select the country in which you reside.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, SETUP, and then Menu Language.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select your preferred language.

4

Press the ( arrow) button to select Country.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the country.

Local Time

This setting allows you to specify the correct time zone for your region.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, SETUP, TV Settings, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Local Time.

4

Press the OK button.

5

Select an option:

Time Zone

Daylight Saving Time

6

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select your time zone or select On to activate Daylight Saving Time.

Store/Home Mode

You can select Store or Home to designate the TV location. Select

Home for normal home use.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, SETUP, and then Store/Home Mode.

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3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Home.

4

Press the OK button.

ANT/CABLE In

This setting configures the antenna input source for the

ANT/CABLE terminal.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, SETUP, and then ANT/CABLE In.

3

Select Antenna or Cable and press Next.

4

Select Cable and press Next.

NOTE

If you do not want to scan channels, you do not need to make a selection for ANT/CABLE. Select Next and press OK to skip this step.

5

Select Start Scan.

After scanning is complete, the auto tuning results screen will appear.

6

Press OK or EXIT.

Storing channels in memory (optional)

To make sure your TV stops only on the channels you want when you press the CH Up/Down arrow buttons on the remote control or the control panel, store those channels in the TV’s memory.

Auto Tuning

NOTE

You must set up the antenna/cable input source first. See “Initial setup” on page 51

.

Option:

Cable

You can set up the TV to detect all active channels in your area and store them in its memory. Then you can manually store or skip individual channels from memory.

Description:

Note: If you select Cable, auto tuning deletes previously stored channels from memory.

This setup requires some time, but you do not need to repeat the setup unless your cable TV service’s lineup changes significantly.

Option:

Antenna

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Description:

Auto tuning retains stored channels and stores newly found channels into memory.

To skip an antenna source channel and remove it from memory, set the channel to be skipped. See

“Skipping channels” on page 68 .

Option:

ATV

DTV

NOTE

To tune to channels not stored in memory, use buttons 0–9 and the

DASH button on the remote control.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, SETUP, Auto Tuning, and then press the

OK button.

A confirmation screen appears.

3

Press the OK button to start Auto Tuning or press the EXIT button to abort.

The TV cycles through the channels and stores all active channels in memory.

4

To view the programmed channels, press the CH Up/Down arrow buttons.

Manual Tuning

After storing channels in memory, you can manually enter channels if the channel number is known.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, SETUP, Manual Tuning, and then press the OK button.

3

Use buttons 0–9 on the remote control to enter the channel number (for example, 56).

4

Press the OK button.

5

Press the OK button again to begin Manual Tuning.

The channels found are listed at the bottom of the screen.

Description:

Analog channel

Digital channel

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Skipping channels

To prevent a channel from being viewed, you can set it to be skipped.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, SETUP, TV Settings, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Channel Options, and then press the OK button.

The list of channels appears.

(Sample Image) Channel options

4

Move to the Skip column (

)

and press the ( / arrow) buttons to select a channel to skip.

5

Press the OK button.

The box is selected.

6

To clear the selection, press the OK button.

NOTE

You cannot tune skipped channels using the CH Up/Down arrow buttons. Use buttons 0–9 and the DASH button on the remote control.

Skipping video inputs

You can set video inputs to be skipped when selecting inputs in the

Input selection window.

To turn on skip

1

Press the MENU button.

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2

Select SETTINGS, PREFERENCES, AV Connection, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Input Labeling.

4

Press the OK button.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the item you wish to skip. Then press the RED button to turn on Skip.

To turn off skip

Press the RED button again to turn off Skip.

Labeling analog TV channels

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, SETUP, TV Settings, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Channel Options, and then press the OK button.

The list of channels appears.

(Sample Image) Channel options

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select a channel to label.

5

Press the OK button.

The Software Keyboard window appears.

6

Input a name using the Software Keyboard, see “Using the software keyboard” on page 139

.

7

Press the BLUE button.

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Labeling video inputs

The input labels are shown in the input selector and banner displays. You can label video inputs according to the devices you have connected to the TV.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, PREFERENCES, AV Connection, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Input Labeling, and then press the OK button.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the item you wish to label. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Receiver,

Cable, DVD, Game, PC, Recorder, Satellite, VCR or Blu-

ray™.

5

Repeat Step 4 for other video inputs.

Configuring shared inputs

To set Shared AV Audio

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, PREFERENCES, AV Connection, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Video 1/ColorStream

HD1 Audio/HDMI 3 Audio.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select ColorStream HD1,

Video 1, or HDMI 3.

To set Shared PC Audio

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, PREFERENCES, AV Connection, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select PC/HDMI 4 Audio.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select PC or HDMI 4.

Setting the Auto Input feature

You can change TV inputs using the MODE SELECT buttons on the remote control: TV, CABLE/SAT, BD/ DVD, or AUX. After setting an input for a specific MODE SELECT button, the TV automatically switches to the input.

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Option:

TV

BD/DVD

AUX

Auto Input settings options for each MODE SELECT button:

CABLE/SAT

Description:

ANT/CABLE

ANT/CABLE, Video 1 Video 2 ColorStream HD1, HDMI 1, HDMI 2,

HDMI 3, HDMI 4, PC

Video 1 Video 2 ColorStream HD1, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3,

HDMI 4, PC

ANT/CABLE, Video 1 Video 2 ColorStream HD1, HDMI 1, HDMI 2,

HDMI 3, HDMI 4, PC

NOTE

The TV mode select button will be restricted to the ANT/CABLE input.

To set Auto Input

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Select SETTINGS, PREFERENCES, Mode Select Key

Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On or Off.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the mode you wish to set.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select an input source for that mode.

6

Repeat the procedure for other modes.

To turn off Auto Input

Select Off in Step 3.

To reset Auto Input

❖ Select Reset, and then press the OK button.

Chapter 6

Basic features

Viewing 3D images

Before using the 3D function, note the following:

In addition to compatible 3D glasses, viewing 3D programming requires the following (not included):

Compatible 3D playback device or 3D source.

3D capable HDMI

®

cable.

If you wish to obtain extra 3D glasses:

Toshiba provides 3D glasses for this television as an option.

To obtain them visit:

US: http://ceaccessories.toshiba.com/

Canada: http://www.shoptoshiba.ca/

NOTE

Use the type of 3D glasses that are compatible with to your TV.

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Health precautions:

Due to the possible impact on vision development, viewers of 3D programming should be age 6 or above. Children may be more susceptible to health effects from viewing 3D images and should be closely supervised.

Some viewers may experience a seizure or blackout when exposed to certain flashing images or lights contained in certain

3D television pictures or video games. Anyone who has had a seizure, loss of awareness, or other symptom linked to an epileptic condition, or has a family history of epilepsy, should contact a health care provider before using the 3D function of this product.

Handling the 3D glasses:

When cleaning the 3D glasses, gently wipe with a dry, soft cloth.

First, remove any dirt or dust from the 3D Glasses.

Harsh rubbing or use of a dirty or coarse cloth will scratch the

3D Glasses. Do not use benzene, paint thinner, alcohol, water, or abrasive cleaners, which may damage the 3D glasses.

When not using the 3D glasses, store them away from high temperatures and humidity.

Do not store the 3D glasses in areas of extreme heat or cold, as deformation can occur. If deformation occurs, replace the 3D glasses.

The lenses of the 3D glasses are different from those of ordinary glasses, and are very thin. Be very careful in handling the 3D glasses as the lens can pop out easily.

Do not put excessive force on the lenses.

Do not scratch the surface of the lenses with sharp objects.

Do not drop or bend the 3D glasses.

Do not use benzene, paint thinner, alcohol, water, or abrasive cleaners, which may damage the 3D glasses.

The 3D glasses are not subject to repair. If the glasses are broken or scratched, purchase a new pair of 3D glasses.

The 3D glasses are not subject to repair, but can be replaced if a problem occurs due to an initial fault with the glasses

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NOTE

Watching the TV:

Proper 3D effects or 3D-to-2D conversion results may not be obtained depending on the received 3D content.

3D effect and image quality may vary depending upon content quality and display device capability/ functionality/settings.

Wear the 3D glasses properly, otherwise you may not see the correct 3D images.

When not viewing 3D images, take off the 3D glasses; otherwise, it may be difficult to see the display on other products such as your computer, digital clock, or calculator, etc.

Use the 3D glasses at the proper viewing angle and distance, see

“Safety Precautions for 3D glasses” on page 6 .

NOTE

Use a high-speed HDMI

®

cable when you connect a device such as a

3D compatible Blu-ray Disc™ player or computer to the TV. When you use a standard HDMI

®

cable, 3D images may not display correctly.

Some functions cannot be shown in 3D mode.

Using 3D functions

Incoming video signals can either be in 2D or 3D format. A 2D signal can be viewed in either 2D or 3D, and 3D can be viewed in either 2D or 3D. If the TV can detect the fact that a signal is 3D, it

can change to 3D mode automatically, see “Setting the 3D start message” on page 82

. Otherwise you can change the viewing mode using the 3D button. Finally, the format of the 3D signal can be either Side by Side (SBS) or Top and Bottom (TAB). You may have to choose the correct format if the TV can not detect it automatically, see

“Selecting 3D format from the Quick menu in

3D mode” on page 78

.

You can also change 2D images to 3D images by pressing the 3D button when viewing in 2D.

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NOTE

In order to switch to 3D, the TV must be receiving a 3D signal.

If appropriate mode and format are not selected, 3D image is not correctly displayed.

If the appropriate 3D mode and format are not selected, the 3D image will not display correctly.

There are individual differences in perception of 3D images.

When viewing 3D images, wear the 3D glasses.

The 2D to 3D conversion function is activated and controlled by you according to your personal preferences.

The 2D to 3D conversion function is meant for enjoyment of 2D home video, and other 2D content you create, in 3D according to your personal preferences.

It is not intended for unauthorized use of copyrighted works. To the extent that you need to obtain permission from a copyright holder to view copyrighted works, it is your responsibility to obtain such permission.

The 2D to 3D conversion function is not intended for use with pre-recorded 2D copyrighted content owned by a third-party unless the copyright owner has given direct or indirect permission, or unless applicable law permits such use. To the extent you need to obtain permission from a copyright holder to view copyrighted works, it is your responsibility to obtain such permission.

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Switching display mode or selecting 3D format

There are four TV viewing modes:

Mode:

3D

2D

2D to 3D

Native

Description:

Displays 3D images.

Displays 2D images by changing 3D images to 2D.

Displays 3D images by changing 2D images to 3D.

Displays a received signal format as it is.

3D signals can be sent in one of three formats:

3D Format: Description:

Side by Side (SBS Images for the left and right eyes are positioned side-by-side.

To and Bottom (TAB) Images for the left and right eyes are positioned at the top and bottom of the screen

Frame Packing (FP)* Images for the left and right eyes are positioned at the top and bottom of the screen.

* This format cannot be selected manually.

If the right and left images are the same in Native mode, select

SBS.

❖ If the top and bottom images are the same in Native mode, select TAB.

The 3D button operation

Depending on the input mode, the 3D button function may be different when viewing Native mode.

Input:

Analog Inputs

HDMI

®

Analog Broadcast

Digital Broadcast

Function:

Changes the viewing mode to 2D to 3D mode.

Displays the selection window.

Changes the viewing mode to 2D to 3D mode.

Displays the selection window.

Input:

HDMI with 3D Auto

Detect Information

Internet

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Function:

Changes the viewing mode to 3D mode

Changes the viewing mode to 2D to 3D mode.

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NOTE

When viewing 3D mode or 2D to 3D mode, pressing the 3D button changes the viewing mode to Native mode.

Switching to 3D mode

Set 3D Auto Start to 3D.

Press the 3D button and select 3D while viewing 2D mode or

Native mode.

Input Signal/Switching Display Mode Trigger

Type Additional

Information

Format Source

Signal

3D Format

Signal

FP

With 3D Auto Detect

Information

SBS

TAB

Press 3D Button

Select 3D Select 2D to

3D

Without 3D Auto

Detect Information

SBS

TAB

2D Format Signal

* Correct 3D image.

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Selecting 3D format from the Quick menu in 3D mode

1

Press the QUICK button. Select 3D Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Format Select, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Side by Side or Top

and Bottom.

Input Signal/Switching Display Mode Trigger

Type Additional

Information

Format Source

Signal

Quick menu/

3D Format Select

SBS TAB

3D Format

Signal

FP

With 3D Auto Detect

Information

SBS

TAB

Without 3D Auto

Detect Information

SBS

TAB

2D Format Signal

* Correct 3D image.

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Switching to 2D mode

1

Set 3D Auto Start to 2D.

2

Press the 3D button while viewing 3D mode.

Input Signal/Switching Display Mode Trigger

Type Additional

Information

Format Source

Signal

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Press 3D Button

Select 3D Select 2D to

3D

3D Format

Signal

FP

With 3D Auto Detect

Information

SBS

TAB

Without 3D Auto

Detect Information

SBS

TAB

2D Format Signal

* Correct 2D image.

Selecting 2D format from the Quick menu in 2D mode

1

Press the QUICK button. Select 3D Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 2D Format Select, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Side by Side or Top

and Bottom.

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Input Signal/Switching Display Mode Trigger Quick menu/

3D Format Select

Type Additional

Information

Format Source

Signal

SBS TAB

3D

Format

Signal

FP

With 3D Auto

Detect

Information

SBS

TAB

SBS

Without 3D

Auto Detect

Information

TAB

2D Format Signal

* Correct 2D image.

NOTE

Take off the 3D glasses in 2D mode

Native

Switching to Native mode

Press the 3D button while viewing 3D mode.

Press the 3D button while viewing 2D to 3D mode.

NOTE

When 3D format signal with 3D Auto Detect Information is received, it is not possible to switch to Native.

Quick menu in 2D mode

1

Press the QUICK button. Select 3D Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 2D Format Select, then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Native.

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To switch 2D to 3D mode

Press the 3D button and select 2D to 3D while viewing 2D or

Native mode.

NOTE

When using ATV, Video, ColorStream HD, Internet, or PC, the viewing mode can be changed to 2D to 3D mode by pressing 3D.

Setting the auto start mode

This controls what the TV does when it detects a 3D format signal with 3D Auto Detect Information.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Auto Start.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, 2D, or Off.

Option:

3D

2D

Off

Description:

Displays in 3D mode automatically when 3D format signal with 3D Auto

Detect Information is received.

Displays in 2D mode automatically when 3D format signal with 3D Auto

Detect Information is received.

Displays a screen that allows you to select 3D or 2D when 3D format signal with 3D Auto Detect Information is received.

Setting the 3D PIN code

A 3D PIN code is necessary for using 3D Safety Settings.

Enter a new PIN code

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D PIN, and then press the OK button.

4

Press the number buttons to enter a 4-digit number, and then confirm the code.

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NOTE

the PIN code cannot be set to “0000.”

Change or delete your PIN code

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D PIN.

4

Press the number buttons to enter your 4-digit PIN code.

5

Select Change PIN or Delete PIN, and then press the OK button.

NOTE

The PIN code cannot be set to “0000.”

If PIN is deleted, 3D Safety Settings are grayed out, and the settings are reset to the factory default.

Forgotten PIN codes

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D PIN.

4

Press the INFO button 4 times within 5 seconds.

The code clears.

5

Enter a new PIN code.

Setting the 3D start message

When this feature is set to On, a message displays on the screen when a 3D signal is received.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Safety Settings, and then press the OK button.

4

Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Start Message.

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6

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On or Off.

Setting the 3D Lock

When this feature is set to On, you must enter your 3D PIN code to change the display mode to 3D mode or 2D to 3D mode.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Safety Settings, and then press the OK button.

4

Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Lock.

6

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

Setting the 3D Timer Lock

When the 3D Timer Lock feature is set to On, the PIN input window and the 3D start message will not appear while the 3D

Enable timer is active, even if you switch to 3D Mode. This prevents it from asking for the 3D Lock PIN, and will not display the 3D start message every you switch to 3D.

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Safety Settings, and then press the OK button.

4

Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Timer Lock.

6

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

NOTE

The PIN input window appears when “continue” is selected in the reminder dialogue box for Enable 3D Timer even if 3D Timer Lock is activated.

Setting the Enable 3D Timer

This feature allows you to set a reminder to not watch a 3D video for an extended period of time. Once a set period of time has passed, a dialogue box appear asking if you wish to continue viewing.

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Setting the 3D PIN code

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Safety Settings, and then press the OK button.

4

Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Enable 3D Timer.

6

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.

7

To cancel the timer, select Off.

Displaying 3D Important Information

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Important Info, and then press the OK button.

Adjusting 2D to 3D depth

With this feature, you can adjust the level of 3D depth.

Within the Menu:

1

Press the MENU button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 2D to 3D Depth.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select either 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, and then press the OK button.

Within the Quick menu:

1

Press the QUICK button in 2D to 3D mode.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Settings, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 2D to 3D Depth.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select either 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, and then press the OK button.

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Tuning Channels

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Switching left and right images

The left and right images of the glasses can be swapped. If 3D images look blurry, switch the left and right sides of the 3D image.

1

Press the QUICK button to open the Quick menu.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 3D Settings, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Left and Right

Image. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Swapped.

Tuning Channels

Tuning to the next programmed channel

Press the CH Up/Down arrow buttons on the remote control or TV control panel.

Tuning to a specific channel (programmed or unprogrammed)

Channel:

Analog

Digital

Description:

Use the 0–9 buttons on the remote control. (For example, to select channel

125, press 1, 2, 5.), and then press the OK button.

Use the 0–9 buttons on the remote control to enter the major channel number. Press the DASH button, (For example, to select digital channel

125- 1

, press

1, 2, 5, –, 1

.), and then press the OK button.

Using Channel Return

You can switch between two channels without entering a channel number each time. This feature also works for external inputs.

1

Select the first channel you want to view.

2

Select a second channel using the Channel Number buttons

(and press the DASH button if needed).

3

Each time you press the CH RTN button, the TV switches between the last two channels that were tuned.

Using SurfLock™

The SurfLock™ feature temporarily programs one channel to the

CH RTN button so that you can quickly return to it from any other channel. This feature also works for external inputs.

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Selecting the video input to view

To temporarily program the CH RTN button with a particular channel:

1

Tune to the channel you wish to program to the CH RTN button.

2

Press and hold the CH RTN button for approximately 4 seconds until the message “Memorized” appears. The channel has been programmed to the CH RTN button.

3

You can then change channels repeatedly, and when you press the CH RTN button, the memorized channel is tuned to.

After pressing the CH RTN button and then changing channels again, the memory is cleared and the button functions as Channel

Return.

Selecting the video input to view

To select the video input to view:

1

Press the INPUT button on the remote control or TV control panel.

2

Change the input:

❖ Press

0–8

.

❖ Repeatedly press the ( / arrow) buttons, and then press the OK button.

Repeatedly press the INPUT button.

Inputs

0 ANT/CABLE

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

Video 1

Video 2

ColorStream HD1

HDMI 1

HDM 2

HDM 3

HDM 4

PC

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Using closed captions

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NOTE

You can label the video input sources according to the specific

devices you have connected to the TV, see “Labeling video inputs” on page 70 .

You can skip sources, see

“Skipping video inputs” on page 68 .

Inputs that are set to be skipped will be skipped when selecting by repeatedly pressing the INPUT button or the ( / arrow) buttons.

You can select inputs that are set to be skipped using the number buttons.

If one or more HDMI

®

CEC devices are connected to an HDMI

® input, the icon appears in the input selector. In this case, the

label, see “Labeling video inputs” on page 70

will not appear in the input selector.

To select an HDMI ® CEC device:

1

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select an HDMI ® input.

2

Press the ( arrow) button. The list of HDMI ® for that input appears.

CEC devices

3

If the input has multiple HDMI

® arrow) buttons to select a device.

CEC devices, use the ( /

4

Press the OK button.

Using closed captions

To turn on the closed caption mode:

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SETUP, TV

Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Closed Captions, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Closed Captions

Display.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On or Off.

NOTE

If Closed Captions Display is set to Off, Analog CC Mode and Digital

CC Settings will be not available.

Analog CC mode

The closed caption mode has two options:

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Mode:

Captions

Text

Description:

Displays the dialogue, narration, and sound effects of TV programs and videos that are closed captioned (usually marked “CC” in program guides).

Displays information not related to the current program, such as weather or stock data (when provided by individual stations).

To view captions or text:

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SETUP, TV

Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Closed Captions, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Analog CC Mode.

To view captions:

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight CC1, CC2, CC3, or CC4.

(Sample Illustration) Captions

NOTE

If the program or video you have selected is not closed captioned, no captions will be displayed.

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To view text:

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight T1, T2, T3, or T4.

(Sample Illustration) Captions - text

NOTE

If text is not available in your area, a black rectangle may appear on the screen. You can remove this rectangle by setting Closed

Captions Display to Off.

NOTE

A closed caption signal may not be displayed when a videotape is dubbed, signal reception is weak, or signal reception is non-standard.

Digital CC settings

You can customize the closed caption display characteristics.

NOTE

These settings are available for digital channels only.

You cannot set Caption Text and Background as the same color.

Mode:

Caption size

Caption text type

Caption text edge

Description

Auto, Small, Standard, Large

Mono (with Serif), Prop. (with Serif), Mono (without Serif), Prop.

(without Serif), Casual, Cursive, Small Capitals

Auto, None, Raised, Depressed, Uniform, Left Drop Shadow,

Right Drop Shadow

Caption text color Auto, Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan

Text foreground opacity Auto, Transparent, Translucent, Flashing, Solid

Background color Auto, Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan

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Mode: Description

Text background opacity Auto, Transparent, Translucent, Flashing, Solid

Caption text edge color Auto, Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan

To customize the closed captions:

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SETUP, TV

Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Closed Captions, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Digital CC Settings. and then press the OK button.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select a characteristic. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the format for that characteristic.

Using the Closed Caption button

If you press the CC button when an analog channel is tuned or from an external input (480i signal from the video input):

❖ The CC bar will appear and will display the options, CC1-4,

T1-4.

If you press the CC button when a digital channel is tuned:

The CC bar will appear and will display the available caption options for that channel or service.

Setting the PIN code

A PIN code is necessary for some menus.

NOTE

The Parental Control and Locks menu is grayed out if no PIN has been set.

Basic features

Using parental controls

Entering a new PIN code

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Parental PIN, and then press the OK button.

2

Use the number buttons to enter a 4-digit number, and then confirm the code.

NOTE

The PIN code cannot be set to “

0000

”.

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Changing or deleting your PIN code

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Parental PIN, and then press the OK button.

2

Use the number buttons to enter your 4-digit PIN code.

3

Select Change PIN or Delete PIN, and then press the OK button.

NOTE

The PIN code cannot be set to “

0000

”.

If you delete the PIN code, the settings of Parental Controls and

Locks are reset.

Forgotten PIN code

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Parental PIN, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the INFO button 4 times within 5 seconds. The code is cleared.

3

Enter a new PIN code.

Using parental controls

Blocking TV programs and movies by rating (V-Chip)

Some TV programs and movies include signals that classify the content of the program (as unsuitable for younger viewers). The

V-Chip feature in this TV detects the signals and blocks the programs according to the ratings you select.

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Using parental controls

NOTE

The V-Chip feature in this TV supports the U.S. V-Chip system only.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Parental Control and Locks, and then press the OK button.

2

Enter your 4-digit PIN code.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Enable Rating

Blocking.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Edit Rating Limits, and then press the OK button.

The Edit Rating Limits screen appears.

6

Press the ( / / / arrow) buttons.

7

Press the OK button to select a level of blocking.

A box with an “X” indicates a rating that will be blocked. As you highlight a rating, the rating’s definition appears at the bottom of the screen.

NOTE

This feature will not be available if no PIN code is set.

Downloading an additional rating system

An additional rating system may be available for use in selectively blocking TV programs and movies.

NOTE

The currently tuned station must be receiving a digital signal before an additional rating system can be downloaded.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Parental Control and Locks, and then press the OK button.

2

Enter your 4-digit PIN code. The Parental Control and Locks screen appears.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Enable Rating

Blocking.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

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5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Edit Rating Limits, and then press the OK button.

The Edit Rating Limits screen appears.

6

Select Alt RS, and then press the OK button.

The Edit Alternate Ratings screen appears.

NOTE

The Alt RS button is only available if an additional rating system is currently available.

The download may take several minutes.

The information displayed on the Alternate Ratings screen depends on the configuration of the additional rating system available at the time of download.

7

Press the ( / / / arrow) buttons.

8

Press the OK button to select the desired level of blocking. A box with an “X” indicates the rating that will be blocked.

NOTE

You can only download the additional rating system once. You cannot download updates if they become available.

The additional rating system is not designed, transmitted, or controlled by the TV or Toshiba, nor is the availability of an additional rating system determined or controlled by Toshiba.

Similarly, the rating of programs in an additional rating system is not determined, transmitted, or controlled by the TV or Toshiba.

The additional rating system is an evolving technology; therefore, availability, content, and format may vary.

Ratings:

TV-MA

TV-14

Rating system

Independent rating system for broadcasters:

Description and Content themes:

Mature Audience Only (This program is specifically designed to be viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17. L) Crude or indecent language S) Explicit sexual activity V) Graphic violence

Parents Strongly Cautioned (This program contains some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under 14 years of age.)

D) Intensely suggestive dialogue L) Strong, coarse language S) Intense sexual situations V) Intense violence

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Ratings:

TV-PG

TV-G

TV-Y7,

TV-Y7FV

TV-Y

Description and Content themes:

Parental Guidance Suggested (This program contains material parents may find unsuitable for younger children.) D) Some suggestive dialogue

L) Infrequent coarse language S) Some sexual situations V) Moderate violence

General Audience (Most parents would find this program suitable for all ages.)

Directed to Older Children (This program is designed for children age 7 and above.

NOTE: Programs in which fantasy violence may be more intense or more combative than other programs in this category are designated TV-Y7FV.)

All Children (This program is designed to be appropriate for all children.)

Ratings:

X

NC-17

R

PG-13

PG

G

Independent rating system for movies

Description and Content themes:

X-rated (For adults only)

Not intended for anyone 17 and under

Restricted (Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult)

Parents Strongly Cautioned (Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13)

Parents Strongly Cautioned (Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13)

General Audience (Appropriate for all ages)

Indication other than rating system

Display:

NONE

Description:

The program is rated None.

(No rating appears) No rating information is provided.

NOTE

If you place an “X” in the box next to “Rated “None””, programs rated

“None” or “Not Rated” will be blocked; Programs that do not provide any rating information will not be blocked.

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Locking specific channels

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Displaying ratings

To display the rating of the program you are watching, press the

INFO button on the remote control.

Unlocking programs

If you try to tune to a program that exceeds the rating limits you have set, the TV will enter program lock mode and a warning message will appear on screen. Follow the instructions to temporarily unlock the program.

Locking specific channels

A channel that is configured as Locked cannot be viewed unless the

PIN code is entered first, see

“Setting the PIN code” on page 90 .

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SETUP, TV

Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Channel Options, and then press the OK button.

The list of channels appears.

(Sample Illustration) Channel options

3

Press the ( arrow) button and then the ( / arrow) buttons to select a channel in the lock column, and then press the OK button.

4

You must enter your PIN code to lock channels.

NOTE

If no PIN code has been set, a warning appears. See, code” on page 90 .

“Setting the PIN

5

The box is selected. To clear the selection, press the OK button.

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Locking specific channels

Locking video inputs

You can lock video inputs and channels 3 and 4. You cannot view the input sources or channels until you unlock the inputs by entering the PIN code.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Parental Control and Locks, and then press the OK button.

2

Enter your 4-digit PIN code.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Input Lock.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Video, Video+, or Off.

Mode:

Video

Video+

Off

Description:

Locks Video 1, Video 2, ColorStream HD1, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3,

HDMI 4, and PC.

Locks Video 1, Video 2, ColorStream HD1, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3,

HDMI 4, PC, and channels 3 and 4.

Select Video+ if you want to play video tapes via the ANT/CABLE input.

Unlocks all video inputs and channels 3 and 4.

Setting a time limit for games

You can use the GameTimer

®

to set a time limit for playing a video game. When the time expires, the TV locks all external inputs.

1

Press the MENU button. Select TIMERS, GameTimer, and then press the OK button.

2

Enter your 4-digit PIN code.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.

4

To cancel the timer, select Off.

To deactivate the Input Lock once the GameTimer ® has activated it:

Set the Input Lock to Off, see “Locking video inputs” on page 96 .

NOTE

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CEC Control

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A message appears when 10 minutes, 3 minutes, and 1 minute are remaining.

If the TV loses power with time remaining, the TV will enter Input

Lock mode when power is restored (as if the GameTimer had been activated). You must deactivate the Input Lock, see

“Locking video inputs” on page 96

.

Locking the control panel

You can lock the control panel to prevent your settings from being changed accidentally (by children, for example). When Panel Lock is set to On, none of the controls on the control panel operate except POWER.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Parental Control and Locks, and then press the OK button.

2

Enter your 4-digit PIN code.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Panel Lock.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

NOTE

When Panel Lock is set to On, “Panel Lock” appears on screen when the buttons on the TV control panel are pressed. If the POWER button is pressed, the TV turns off and you must use the remote control to turn it on.

To unlock the control panel:

❖ Select Off in Step 4 above.

Using HDMI

®

CEC Control

This feature uses CEC technology and allows you to control

Toshiba HDMI ® CEC compatible devices from the TV remote control via HDMI

®

connection.

When Enable HDMI

®

CEC Control in the HDMI

®

Setup menu is set to On, the following HDMI functions are enabled.

®

CEC Control

CEC Control

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Using HDMI

®

CEC Control

To set HDMI

®

CEC Control Setup

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, HDMI press the OK button.

®

CEC Control Setup, and then

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Enable

HDMI CEC Control.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

NOTE

If you set Enable HDMI

®

CEC Control to Off, the other items under

HDMI

®

CEC Control Setup will be grayed out.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select an item. Press the

(

/ arrow) buttons to select On or the desired mode:

❖ TV Auto Power: On/Off

❖ Auto Standby: On/Off

❖ Amplifier Control: On/Off

❖ Speaker Preference: TV Speakers/Amplifier

NOTE

These functions depend on the connected devices.

Controlling HDMI

®

CEC playback devices

With your TV’s remote control, you can control the connected

HDMI

®

CEC playback device (DVD player, etc.) you are watching.

Button: Description:

Begins playback

Stops playback

Pauses the picture during play or record mode

A short press fast-forwards, and a long press skips forward.

A short press rewinds, and a long press skips backward.

Fast forward

Rewind/reverse

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®

CEC Control

Button: Description:

Menu navigation, etc.

Enters content with a menu

RED, GREEN,

YELLOW,

BLUE

Controls various operation

0–9 buttons

Channel

Up/Down

Changes to the next available channel up or down in the sequence

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NOTE

These functions depend on the connected devices.

HDMI

®

CEC Player Control menu functions

1

Press the QUICK button to open the Quick menu.

2

Select HDMI

®

button.

CEC Player Control, and then press the OK

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the item you want to control, and then press the OK button.

Item:

Power

Root Menu

Description:

Turns the selected device On and Off

Accesses the selected device’s top menu

Content Menu

Accesses the content list when the OK button is pressed

Setup Menu

Accesses the device’s setup menu

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Using HDMI

®

CEC Control

NOTE

These functions depend on the connected devices.

The HDMI

®

CEC Player Control item is not available under the following conditions:

A non-HDMI

®

input is selected

The Enable HDMI

®

CEC Control item is set to Off

The connected HDMI

®

CEC device is not a playback or recording device

HDMI

®

CEC Control input source selection

If an HDMI

®

CEC device with HDMI another HDMI device.

®

®

switching capability

(e.g. an amplifier) is connected to the HDMI ® input, you can select

CEC device that is connected to the master HDMI

®

Use the INPUT button on the remote control or the control panel, see

“Learning about the remote control” on page 49 .

Adjusting the amplifier’s audio

Using the TV’s remote control, you can adjust or mute the sound volume of your amplifier.

The VOL (+ -) buttons adjust the volume level.

The MUTE button turns off the sound.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, HDMI press the OK button.

®

CEC Control Setup, and then

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Speaker

Preference.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Amplifier.

NOTE

Confirm that a connected HDMI

®

CEC device (such as DVD player, etc.) is selected for the Amplifier input source.

NOTE

You can also use this function when the amplifier is connected to the TV’s DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal (not HDMI

®

connection).

Select a digital audio input mode on the amplifier.

These functions depend on the device connected.

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Other HDMI

®

CEC Control functions

When Enable HDMI ®

HDMI

®

CEC Control and all items in the

CEC Control Setup menu are set to On, the following functions will be enabled:

Item:

TV Auto Power

Auto Standby

Amplifier

Description:

If a HDMI

®

CEC device is turned on, the TV turns on automatically.

If the TV is turned off, it will send a message to turn off all of the

HDMI

®

CEC devices connected to the TV.

If Amplifier Control is set to On, you can adjust the sound volume or turn off the sound using the remote control.

Speaker Preference With this item, you can set your audio output preference to the TV speakers or the amplifier. When this item is set to Amplifier, the remote control can be used to adjust or mute the volume of the audio. This item will not be available and set to TV Speakers automatically unless a HDMI

®

CEC compatible audio receiver is connected.

NOTE

When you turn on the amplifier, change its input source, or adjust the sound volume, the sound will be output from the amplifier’s speakers even if TV Speakers has been selected. Turn the TV off and on again to output the sound from the TV speakers.

Using the HDMI

®

RGB Range feature

Item: Description:

RGB Range: Auto Adjusts the RGB full range signal automatically. When Limited is selected, the RGB output signal is output in the range of 16 to 235.

When Full is selected, the RGB output signal is output in the range of 0 to 255.

The RGB Range setting requires appropriate HDMI devices. If your HDMI

®

source

®

source device does not support this feature, the TV may not work properly when it is enabled.

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Viewing the HDMI® signal information

NOTE

If your HDMI

®

connection is capable of 1080p and/or your TV is capable of refresh rates greater than 60 Hz, you will need a High

Speed HDMI

®

cable. Conventional HDMI

®

/ DVI cables may not work properly with this mode.

Select the appropriate HDMI

®

HDMI 3, or HDMI 4):

input mode (HDMI 1, HDMI 2,

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, AV Connection, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select HDMI RGB Range, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select a setting.

Viewing the HDMI

®

signal information

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, HDMI Information Display.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On. Press the INFO button.

The normal banner and signal information banner appear.

NOTE

The signal information banner will appear when this feature is set to On and you watch an HDMI

®

input.

If you press the INFO button when this feature is set to Off, only the normal banner will appear.

Using your computer with the TV

Adjusting the image

If the edges of the picture are hidden, readjust Horizontal Position and Vertical Position. If the picture is affected by interference, readjust Clock Phase and Sampling Clock.

1

Select PC input mode, see “Selecting the video input to view” on page 86 .

2

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Display Settings, and then press the OK button.

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3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select PC Settings, and then press the OK button.

NOTE

If a computer is not connected or there is no PC input signal, this menu will not be available.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select an item.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to make adjustments.

NOTE

The screen is disrupted momentarily when adjusting the PC settings.

This is not a sign of malfunction.

Mode: Description:

Horizontal Position Moves the picture left/right

Vertical Position

Clock Phase

Moves the picture up/down

Helps to reduce noise and sharpen the picture

Adjustment Range

Within ±10 from center*

Within ±10 from center*

Within ±15 from center*

Sampling Clocks Helps to reduce noise and minimize periodic vertical stripes on the screen

Within ±5 from center*

* The default settings and/or adjustment ranges vary depending on the input signal format.

To reset the PC Settings:

Select Reset, and then press the OK button.

Setting the computer audio

You can output sound from your computer when connecting it to your TV, using the AUDIO IN terminal and PC audio cable.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, AV Connection, and the press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select PC/HDMI 4 Audio.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select PC.

NOTE

To select PC, set Shared PC Audio to PC.

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Setting the timer to turn on the TV

Setting the timer to turn on the TV

You can set the on timer to turn on the TV to a preset channel or input at a preset time.

To activate the timer:

1

Press the MENU button. Select TIMERS, On Timer, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Enable On Timer.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

NOTE

If the Enable On Timer is set to Off, other menus under On Timer cannot be changed.

It can take the TV approximately 60 seconds to turn on through the

ON TIMER feature.

To set the timer:

1

Press the MENU button. Select TIMERS, On Timer, and then press the OK button.

2

Set these options to your preference:

Item:

Input

Channel

Volume

Description:

Video input source

Channel to view

Volume level

Time until Power On Desired length of time until the TV turns on: minimum=00:10, maximum=12:00

Press the ( / arrow) buttons

Use the number buttons

3

Select Done, and then press the OK button.

NOTE

If you do not operate the TV for 1 hour after it is powered on by the

On Timer feature, it turns off.

To cancel the timer:

1

Press the MENU button. Select TIMERS, On Timer, and then press the OK button.

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2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Enable On Timer.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Off.

Setting the sleep timer

You can set the TV to turn off after a specific amount of time

(maximum = 12 hours).

Using the remote control:

1

Press the SLEEP button.

2

Set the amount of time until the TV turns off.

Repeatedly press the SLEEP button to increase the time.

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to increase or decrease the time.

Using the onscreen menus:

1

Press the MENU button. Select TIMERS, Sleep Timer, and then press the OK button.

2

Select the amount of time until the TV turns off.

Use the number buttons.

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to increase or decrease the time.

NOTE

If a power failure occurs, the sleep timer setting may be cleared.

To display the time remaining until the TV turns off, press the

SLEEP button.

To cancel the sleep timer, press the SLEEP button repeatedly or press the ( / arrow) buttons until it is set to 0 minutes.

NOTE

When the following features are set, the feature that is set for the nearest time will function.

Sleep Timer

Auto shutdown after 1 hour of inactivity (after powering on by On

Timer)

No signal auto power off (after 15 minutes of no signal)

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Setting No Signal Power Down

Setting No Signal Power Down

When an input's setting in this feature is set to On, The TV will automatically turn itself off after 15 minutes if no signal is detected.

You can change each input's setting to Off: ANT/CABLE, Video 1,

Video 2, ColorStream HD1, ColorStream HD2, HDMI 1, HDMI 2,

HDMI 3, HDMI 4, or PC.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Power Management, and then press the

OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select No Signal Power

Down, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight the item you want to change.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On or Off. Press the

EXIT button.

NOTE

Default setting for each input is On.

A warning message will appear 1 minute before turning off.

Displaying TV status information

To display TV status information, press the INFO button.

The following information will be displayed (if applicable):

❖ Current input (ANT/CABLE, Video, etc.)

❖ Either “CABLE” (for cable TV) or “ANT” (for over-the-air broadcasts), if ANT/CABLE is the current input

Channel number (if in ANT/CABLE mode)

Input label (if set)

Digital signal strength indicator (bar graph in lower right corner of box; for ATSC signals only)

❖ Stereo, Mono, or SAP audio status (when in HDMI ® mode, PCM)

input

Video resolution

Aspect ratio of incoming video signal (4:3 or 16:9)

V-Chip rating status (if available)

GameTimer (if set)

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Viewing support information

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Channel Label (if set or received)

Current display mode (Side by Side, Top and Bottom, or

Frame Packing)

❖ Current display format (2D to 3D, or 3D to 2D)

❖ Input video format (3D appears when video format is 3D)

To close the screen, press the INFO button again.

The following additional information (only available for

ANT/CABLE input) will display for off-air digital channels (if applicable):

❖ Title

❖ Duration

❖ Detailed description

To display the next program’s information for digital channels, press the INFO button again. Pressing the INFO button a third time will remove the entire banner.

(Sample Illustration) Banner

Viewing support information

1

Press the MENU button. Select GET HELP, System

Information.

2

Press the OK button to display support information containing

Web/Customer service numbers for US, Canada, and Mexico.

Resetting to Factory Defaults

You can reset all settings and channels.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SETUP, Reset

TV, and then press the OK button.

2

Enter your PIN code (if a PIN code has been set).

3

A confirmation screen appears. Select Yes, and then press the

OK button.

The TV will turn off automatically.

To cancel the reset:

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Power failure

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select No, and then press the

OK button.

Power failure

If power is lost while you are watching the TV, the Last Mode

Memory feature automatically turns on the TV when power is restored.

Chapter 7

Picture and Sound

Controls

Selecting the picture size

You can view many program formats in several picture sizes—

Native, 4:3, Full, TheaterWide 1, TheaterWide 2, TheaterWide 3,

Normal, and Dot by Dot.

NOTE

The picture size illustrations are examples only. The format of the image (in any of the picture sizes) depends on the format of the signal you are currently watching. Select the picture size that displays the current program in the way that looks best to you.

You can save separate picture size preferences for each input on your TV.

To select the picture size:

1

Press the PIC SIZE button.

2

While the Picture Size screen is open, repeatedly press the PIC

SIZE button.

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Selecting the picture size

NOTE

Using these functions to change the picture size (i.e., changing the height/width ratio) for any purpose other than your private viewing may be prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the

United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and criminal liability.

There will be restrictions on the Picture Size settings for 2D to

3D mode, 3D mode, and 2D mode.

Some picture sizes may not be available depending on the format of the signal being received.

If you select a TheaterWide

®

picture size, the top and bottom edges of the picture (including subtitles or captions) may be hidden. To view these edges, adjust the Picture Position or try

viewing the program in 4:3 or Full, see “Scrolling the picture” on page 113

.

Native

These settings are for viewing in 480i (HDMI

®

720p, 1080i, and 1080p signal programs).

), 480p (HDMI

®

),

(Sample Illustration) Picture size - Native

❖ If receiving a 1080i, 1080p, 720p, 480i (HDMI

(HDMI

®

® ), or 480p

) signal program, the video is scaled to display the entire picture within the borders of the screen (i.e. no overscanning).

This is especially useful for external HD sources such as

DVHS movies, Video Games, or computer graphics.

❖ None of the picture is hidden.

NOTE

This mode is supported only for HDMI

®

(1080i, 1080p, 720p,

480i, and 480p), ColorStream

®

(1080i and 720p), and

ANT/CABLE (digital) inputs (1080i, 1080p, and 720p).

Depending on the input signal, the picture’s border may be hidden, displayed in black, or noisy.

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4:3

(Sample Illustration) Picture size - 4:3

Some program formats will display with sidebars and/or bars at the top and bottom.

Full

This setting is for viewing in the 16:9 (480i, 480p) source programs only.

(Sample Illustration) Picture size - Full 16:9

If receiving a squeezed 4:3 format program, the picture is stretched horizontally to fill the width of the screen but not stretched vertically.

This setting is for viewing in the 1080i, 1080p, and 720p program source.

(Sample Illustration) Picture size - Full

The edges of the picture may be hidden.

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Selecting the picture size

TheaterWide 1

This setting is for viewing in 4:3 format programs.

(Sample Illustration) Picture size - TheaterWide 1

The center of the picture remains close to its original proportions, but the left and right edges are stretched horizontally to fill the screen.

TheaterWide 2

This setting is for viewing letter box programs.

(Sample Illustration) Picture size - TheaterWide 2, letter box

The picture’s top and bottom edges may be hidden*.

TheaterWide 3

This setting is for viewing letter box programs with subtitles.

(Sample Illustration) Picture size - TheaterWide 3, letter box with subtitles

The picture’s top and bottom edges are hidden*.

Picture and Sound Controls

Scrolling the picture

Normal

This setting is for viewing SVGA, XGA, WXGA, and SXGA sources.

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(Sample Illustration) Picture size - Normal

This size is a non-stretched display. Some input signal formats will display with sidebars and/or bars at the top and bottom.

Dot by Dot

This setting is for viewing SVGA, XGA, WXGA, and SXGA sources.

(Sample Illustration) Picture size - Dot by Dot

“Dot by Dot” is a non-scaling display. Depending on the input signal format, the picture appears with sidebars and/or bars at the top and bottom, for example, SVGA input source).

* To view the hidden areas (such as subtitles or captions), see

“Scrolling the picture” on page 113

.

Scrolling the picture

If the edges of the picture are hidden, you can adjust the image’s position.

NOTE

You can adjust the picture position when the picture size is set to

TheaterWide 2 or TheaterWide 3.

When viewing ePORTAL, MediaShare (Media Player), or Internet content this feature is not available.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Display Settings, and then press the OK button.

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Using the Auto Aspect feature

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Picture Position, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Vertical Position.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to make the appropriate adjustments.

The adjustment range is from -5 to +10.

Using the Auto Aspect feature

When this feature is set to On, the TV will automatically select the picture size when one of the following input sources is received:

480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i digital signal from the ANT/CABLE input

❖ 480i signal from the ColorStream HD or Video input

❖ 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, or VGA (60/72/75 Hz) signal from the HDMI

®

1/2/3/4 input

NOTE

The auto aspect ratio feature is not applicable to the PC input.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, Display Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Auto Aspect.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On. Press the EXIT button.

Using the 4:3 Stretch

When 4:3 Stretch is activated, the TV displays 4:3 programs as a full-screen picture.

NOTE

This feature is available when Auto Aspect is set to On.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES,

Display Settings

, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 4:3 Stretch.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On. Press the EXIT button.

Picture and Sound Controls

Adjusting the picture

Adjusting the picture

Selecting the picture mode

You can select your desired picture settings from the modes described below.

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Mode:

AutoView

®

Dynamic

Standard

Movie

Game

PC

Description:

Automatically adjusts picture settings based on ambient light conditions and input signal content

Bright and dynamic picture

Standard picture settings

Lower contrast for a darkened room

Designed for playing a video game requiring split-second timing between the screen display and input from the controller

Designed for the viewing of computer tables and documents

NOTE

PC mode is available for HDMI

®

and PC inputs only (not displayed for other input sources).

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Picture Mode.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select a mode. Press the

EXIT button.

NOTE

The picture mode you select affects the current input only. You can select a different picture mode for each input.

Adjusting the picture quality

The adjustments you make to picture quality under a picture mode are saved to that picture mode.

Selection

Backlight*

Contrast

Pressing ( )

Darker

Lower

Pressing ( )

Lighter

Higher

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Adjusting the picture

Selection

Brightness

Color

Pressing ( )

Darker

Paler

Pressing ( )

Lighter

Deeper

Tint Reddish Greenish

Sharpness Softer Sharper

* Backlight: Adjusts the brightness of the entire screen. When in video mode and no signal is input, this selection is set to 0. (Settings are stored in memory.)

NOTE

Some settings cannot be adjusted in the following cases:

AutoView is selected

TheaterLock is set to On

To adjust the picture quality:

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE, the setting you would like to adjust (Backlight, Contrast,

Brightness, Color, Tint, or Sharpness).

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust the setting. Press the

EXIT button.

NOTE

Any picture settings that you adjust affect the current input only.

You can adjust the picture quality separately for each input.

Depending on a Sharpness value, the Edge Enhancer effect may be reduced.

To reset to the factory defaults:

1

Select the picture mode you want to reset.

2

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Reset, and then press the OK button.

A confirmation screen appears.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes, and then press the

OK button.

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Using the advanced picture settings features

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Using the advanced picture settings features

NOTE

Some of the Advanced Picture Settings features will not be available for adjustment when the Picture Mode is set to AutoView.

Edge Enhancer

The Edge Enhancer feature lets you adjust the levels for your desired picture settings and achieve a sharper picture.

To set Edge Enhancer:

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Edge Enhancer, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Level. Press the

(

/ arrow) buttons to select either 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. Press the

EXIT button.

NOTE

When the Picture Mode is set to AutoView, the level range is from -2 to +2.

If the Picture Mode is set to Game or PC, Edge Enhancer is not available.

This feature may not work properly depending on the content.

Noise may appear on the image depending on the device connected to the TV (e.g. a device with a specific enhancer function).

Dynamic Contrast

Dynamic Contrast detects changes in picture quality that affect the appearance of your contrast settings and then automatically adjusts the video.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Dynamic Contrast.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust the level. The adjustment range is from 0 to 10. Press the EXIT button.

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NOTE

When the Picture Mode is set to AutoView, the level range is from -5 to +5.

DynaLight

®

The DynaLight darkness.

®

feature automatically strengthens the black coloring of dark areas in the video according to the level of

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select DynaLight.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select

Off/Low/Middle/High. Press the EXIT button.

Static Gamma

The static gamma feature lets you adjust the levels of black in the picture.

To adjust the static gamma settings:

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Static Gamma.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust the level. The adjustment range is within ±15 from center. Press the EXIT button.

ClearScan

®

This feature helps to eliminate video shaking.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select ClearScan.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Cinema, Smooth,

Standard, or Off. Press the EXIT button.

NOTE

ClearScan

®

is for the L7200U model and Cinema Mode is for the

L6200U model.

If the picture mode is set to Game or PC mode, this feature is automatically not available.

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Cinema Mode

This feature provides smoother motion and a crisper image.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Cinema Mode.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On or Off. Press the

EXIT button.

NOTE

If the Picture Mode is set to Game or PC mode, this feature is automatically set and is not available.

MPEG NR

The MPEG noise reduction feature allows you to reduce visible interference caused by MPEG compression.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Noise Reduction, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight MPEG NR.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select either Low, Middle,

High, or Off. Press the EXIT button.

NOTE

If the Picture Mode is set to Game or PC, this feature is not available.

DNR

DNR allows you soften the screen representation of a weak signal to reduce the noise effect.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Noise Reduction, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select DNR.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Low, Middle, High,

Auto, or Off. Press the EXIT button.

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Using the advanced picture settings features

NOTE

The differences may not always be noticeable. For the best results, use lower settings, as picture quality may be greatly reduced if the setting is too high.

If the picture mode is set to Game or PC, this feature is not available.

Auto Brightness Sensor

When the Auto Brightness function of Auto Brightness Sensor is set to On, the TV optimizes the backlighting levels to suit ambient light conditions.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Auto Brightness

Sensor Settings, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Auto Brightness

Sensor.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On or Off. Press the

EXIT button.

NOTE

When the Picture Mode is set to AutoView, this feature is automatically set to On.

Backlight Adjustment Pro

This feature adjusts the backlight so that it can change to match the ambient light conditions.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Auto Brightness

Sensor Settings, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Backlight

Adjustment Pro, and then press the OK button.

The Backlight Control Level screen appears.

4

Press the OK button to display the adjustment window.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the point.

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Using the advanced picture settings features

6

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust the level.

The adjustment range is from 0 to 100.

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(Sample Illustration) Backlight adjustment window

7

Press the OK button to fix the adjustment.

To cancel the adjustment when selecting a point, select

Cancel on the screen.

❖ To reset the adjustments of all points to the factory defaults, select Reset on the screen, and then press the OK button.

NOTE

If the Auto Brightness Sensor is set to Off, this feature will not be available.

ColorMaster™

The ColorMaster™ feature allows you to adjust standard colors.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select ColorMaster, press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On. Press the EXIT button.

Base Color Adjustment

When ColorMaster™ is set to On, the list of base colors appears.

You can select a base color to adjust.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Base Color

Adjustment, and then press the OK button.

The Base Color Adjustment screen appears.

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Setting the expert picture settings

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select a color. Press the

(

arrow) button.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Hue, Saturation, or

Brightness.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust the setting.

6

Repeat Steps 3 through 5 to adjust other colors. To reset the adjustments to the factory defaults, select Reset on the screen, and then press the OK button.

Color temperature

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Color Temperature.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust the level. The adjustment range is 0 (warm) to 10 (cool). Press the EXIT button.

NOTE

When the Picture Mode is set to AutoView, the adjustment range is -5 to +5.

Resetting to the factory default

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Advanced Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Reset, and then press the OK button.

A confirmation screen appears.

3

Select Yes, and then press the OK button.

Setting the expert picture settings

Test Pattern

When the test pattern is on screen, you can navigate the Picture submenus without removing the image. When you move to a non-Picture menu, or close the menus, regular video will be restored.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Expert Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Select Test Pattern.

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Setting the expert picture settings

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

4

Adjust picture settings.

NOTE

When the TV is in 3D mode, this feature is not available.

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RGB Filter

This feature individually enables or disables the red, green, and blue components of the picture to allow for more accurate adjustment of each color.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Expert Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select RGB Filter, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Red, Green, or Blue to adjust.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

5

Press the ( arrow) button to select Color or Tint, press the

(

/ arrow) buttons to adjust. Press the EXIT button.

NOTE

It is not possible to turn off all three colors simultaneously.

White Balance

Window Display

This feature displays the Window Pattern to adjust the white balance with a measuring device.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Expert Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select White Balance, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Window Display.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

5

Adjust the picture settings.

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Locking the picture settings

Setting Type

You can adjust the white balance setting.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Expert Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select White Balance, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select 2P White Balance, and then press the OK button.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Red-Offset, Green-

Offset, Blue-Offset, Red-Gain, Green-Gain, or Blue- Gain.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust.

Copy to All Inputs

This feature copies White Balance on the current input to all other inputs. Individual settings that are not allowed for a specific input will not be copied.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

Expert Picture Settings, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select White Balance, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Copy to All Inputs, and then press the OK button.

A confirmation screen appears.

4

Select Yes, and then press the OK button.

Locking the picture settings

The TheaterLock™ feature lets you lock items in the PICTURE menu that affect the picture’s display. These items cannot be modified when TheaterLock is set to On.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, PICTURE,

TheaterLock.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On. Press the EXIT button.

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Adjusting the audio

Muting the sound

Press the MUTE button to partially reduce (1/2 Mute) or turn off

(Mute) the sound. Each time you press the MUTE button, the mute mode changes in the following order: 1/2 Mute, Mute, Volume, 1/2

Mute, etc.

If the closed caption mode is set to Off when you select MUTE mode, the closed caption feature becomes active if the TV program is closed captioned. To mute the audio without activating the closed captioning, press the VOL (-) button to set the volume to 0.

NOTE

If you modify items in the SOUND menu while Mute is active, Mute is cancelled.

Selecting stereo/SAP broadcasts

The MTS (multi-channel TV sound) feature is only available for analog signals on the ANT/CABLE input. When the TV receives a stereo or SAP (second audio program) broadcast, the icon STEREO or SAP appears on screen when the INFO button is pressed.

To listen in stereo sound:

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SOUND, and then MTS.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Stereo, and then press the EXIT button.

NOTE

You can typically leave the TV in Stereo mode because it outputs the type of sound being broadcast (stereo or monaural).

If the sound is noisy, select Mono.

If there is no sound in SAP mode, select Stereo.

Adjusting the audio balance

You can adjust the audio balance.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SOUND, and then Balance.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust the balance, and then press the EXIT button.

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Adjusting the range

You can adjust bass and treble.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SOUND, and then Bass or Treble.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust the range, and then press the EXIT button.

Selecting the optical audio output format

You can select the optical audio output format when you connect a

Dolby

®

Digital decoder or other digital audio systems to the TV’s

DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal.

1

Tune to a digital source on the ANT/CABLE input.

2

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS,

PREFERENCES, AV Connection, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Digital Audio

Output.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Auto or PCM. Press the EXIT button.

Using the Dolby

®

Digital Dynamic Range Control feature

You can further compress Dolby at the same dynamic range.

® Digital and Dolby ® Digital Plus dynamic range so you can switch from digital to analog broadcasts

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SOUND, and then Dynamic Range Control.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

NOTE

This feature is available when Dolby

®

Digital or Dolby

®

Digital Plus is input to the TV in the following situations:

When tuned to a digital RF channel

When an HDMI

®

input is used

This feature is automatically set to Off when Dynamic Volume

(Audyssey Dynamic Volume

®

) is set to Low or High.

This feature will also affect Digital Audio Output when the optical audio output format is set to PCM.

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Adjusting the audio

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Audyssey Premium Television™

These televisions use a suite of technologies for better sound including:

❖ Audyssey EQ ® —provides clear, accurate and natural sound right out of the box. This technology ensures you enjoy your audio experience as much as your video.

❖ Audyssey ABX ™ —technology uses sophisticated driver analysis and low frequency monitoring to extend the range and bass of small speakers. This enables the system to produce lower frequencies than would be possible with a traditional system of the same size.

❖ Audyssey Dynamic Volume ® —automatically adjusts volume to provide a consistent sound level between television programs, commercials, and between the loud and soft passages of movies.

Audyssey Volume Extension loud and still sound great.

®

—doubles the volume capability in small speakers while blocking distortion so your TV gets

Day/Night Modes—automatically keep the volume of the TV at the perfect level for day or night.

❖ Wall/Table Modes—automatically keep the volume at the perfect level for television mounted on a wall or located on a table-top.

Using Audyssey EQ

®

for Wall Mounted or Table-top TVs

This feature automatically keep the volume at the perfect level for television mounted on a wall or located on a table-top.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SOUND,

Audyssey Premium Television, TV Mounting.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Wall or Table.

Using Audyssey Dynamic Volume

®

This feature provides a consistent sound volume between television programs, commercials, and between the loud and soft passages of movies.

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SOUND,

Audyssey Premium Television, Dynamic Volume.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Night, Day, or Off.

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NOTE

If Dynamic Range Control is set to On, this feature is automatically set to Off.

This feature does not affect the audio signal output from the

DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal.

Audyssey ABX™

Audyssey ABX™ technology uses sophisticated driver analysis and low frequency monitoring to extend the range and bass of small speakers.

To turn on Audyssey ABX™:

1

Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SOUND,

Audyssey Premium Television, Audyssey ABX.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Off/Low/High.

Audyssey EQ® and Audyssey Volume Extension® are default settings that are set to On.

Using the surround sound feature

Surround settings help to create a thrilling surround sound experience with deep, rich bass from stereo sound sources. Your

TV’s audio will sound fuller, richer, and wider.

❖ Press the MENU button. Select SETTINGS, SOUND,

Surround, and then select On or Off.

Chapter 8

Advanced features

Using your home network

❖ This TV can share videos, music, and photos across your home network and other connected products through the MediaShare feature. In order to do this, you will have to configure the

network settings on your TV, see “ePORTAL MediaShare

(Videos, Music, and Photos)” on page 157

.

❖ If you want to use your home network with an Internet connection, you will have to configure the network settings on your TV. If necessary, change the network settings, see

“Setting up the Network” on page 131

.

If you use Internet services, see the following note before use.

Third party Internet services are not provided by Toshiba, may change or be discontinued at any time, and may be subject to third party restrictions. Toshiba makes no warranties, representations, or assurances about the content, availability, or functionality of third party content or services. Third party internet services may require the creation of a separate account through a computer with internet access, and payment of one-time and/or recurring charges.

Certain features currently not available in Canada/Mexico.

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When using a Wireless network connection:

Wireless LAN and your Health:

Wireless LAN products, like other radio devices, emit radio frequency electromagnetic energy. However, the level of energy emitted by Wireless LAN devices is much less than the electromagnetic energy emitted by wireless devices like mobile phones.

Because Wireless LAN products operate within the guidelines found in radio frequency safety standards and recommendations,

Toshiba believes Wireless LAN is safe for use by consumers. These standards and recommendations reflect the consensus of the scientific community and result from deliberations of panels and committees of scientists who continually review and interpret the extensive research literature.

In some situations or environments, the use of Wireless LAN may be restricted by the proprietor of the building or responsible representatives of the organization. Such restrictions may apply in environments where the risk of interference to other devices or services is perceived or identified as harmful.

If you are uncertain of the policy that applies to the use of wireless devices in a specific organization or environment, you are encouraged to ask for authorization to use the Wireless LAN device prior to turning on the equipment.

Using the TV in a wireless LAN environment:

❖ It is recommended to use IEEE 802.11a or IEEE 802.11n on 5

GHz for audio and SD video streaming.

It is recommended to use IEEE 802.11n on 5 GHz for HD video streaming.

❖ It is recommended that the encoding rate of video content be

20 Mbps or less.

It is not recommended to use 2.4 GHz for audio and video streaming.

❖ Content playback may be interrupted by surrounding interference.

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Setting up the Network

You can select the Network Type.

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Network Type.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Wired or Wireless.

4

If you select Wired, see

“Advanced Network Setup” on page 136 . If you select Wireless, see the next section.

Wireless Setup

NOTE

Continued AP (Access Point) connection is not guaranteed.

Connection may be lost while watching TV.

There are three methods for wireless setup:

Easy Setup (WPS)

If AP supports WPS, this can be used.

WPS is a standard designed to simplify the connection of wireless LAN equipment and the setup of network security features.

Assisted Setup (setup using the AP's notification information)

Network Name, Authentication, and Encryption are decided based on information from the AP. You need to manually set the Security Key.

Manual Setup

Requires manually entering all settings.

NOTE

In order to secure your home network, it is strongly recommended that you use a wireless access point with encryption.

Easy Setup using PBC (Push button configuration)

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Wireless Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Easy Setup, and then press the OK button.

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4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select PBC.

5

Press the ( arrow) button to select Start Scan, and then press the OK button.

6

Following the onscreen instructions, push the appropriate button on your AP.

7

When a screen reporting that “the setup has succeeded” appears, press the OK button.

To cancel searching for the AP:

❖ Press the BACK button while searching for the AP. A message appears. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes, and then press the OK button.

Easy Setup using PIN (Personal Identification Number)

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Wireless Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Easy Setup, and then press the OK button.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select PIN.

5

Press the ( arrow) button to select Start Scan, and then press the OK button.

The Scan screen appears.

6

Enter the PIN displayed on this screen into your computer or

AP.

7

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the desired AP, and then press the OK button.

NOTE

Check the MAC address on the label or in the manual of the AP and select an AP.

8

When a screen reporting that “the setup succeeded” appears, press the OK button.

To cancel searching for the AP:

❖ Press the BACK button while searching for the AP. A message appears. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes, and then press the OK button.

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Assisted Setup

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Wireless Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Assisted Setup, and then press the OK button.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the desired AP, and then press the OK button.

NOTE

Check the MAC address on the label or in the manual of the AP and select an AP.

5

Select Security Key, and then press the OK button.

The Software Keyboard appears.

6

Input the Security Key using the Software Keyboard. For more information, see

“Using the software keyboard” on page 139 .

7

To save your settings, press the BLUE button.

NOTE

The Security Key must adhere to the following conditions:

TKIP/AES: 8-63 ASCII or 64 Hex characters

WEP: 5 or 13 ASCII or 10 or 26 Hex characters

8

Select Done, and then press the OK button.

NOTE

Settings are not saved if the BACK button is pressed before Done is selected.

Manual Setup

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Wireless Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Manual Setup, and then press the OK button.

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4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Network Name, and then press the OK button.

The Software Keyboard window appears.

5

Input the Network Name using the Software Keyboard. For more information, see

“Using the software keyboard” on page 139

.

6

To save your settings, press the BLUE button.

7

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Authentication.

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Open/Shared,

WPA-PSK, or WPA2- PSK.

8

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Encryption. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select None, WEP, TKIP, or AES.

NOTE

Certain encryption types are only compatible with specific authentication types.

When Authentication is Open/Shared, only WEP or None are compatible.

When Authentication is WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK, only TKIP or

AES are compatible.

When incompatible Authentication/Encryption pairings are attempted, a warning message will be displayed, and no connection attempt will be made until the incompatibility is resolved.

9

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Security Key, and then press the OK button.

The Software Keyboard window appears.

10

Input the Security Key using the Software Keyboard. For more

information, see “Using the software keyboard” on page 139

.

11

To save your settings, press the BLUE button.

NOTE

This item is grayed out when Encryption is set to None.

12

Select Done, and then press the OK button.

When Encryption is set to None, a message appears.

13

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes, and then press the

OK button.

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NOTE

Settings are not saved if the BACK button is pressed before Done is selected.

Wireless Information

The settings configured in Wireless Setup can be confirmed.

1

Press the QUICK button. Select Wireless Information, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the RED button to check the availability of surrounding

APs.

A Wireless Information screen appears when a connection is successfully made.

Item:

Status

Signal

Speed

Mode

Channel

Network name

Authentication

Encryption

Security key

Description:

The message, “Connected” appears when the TV is connected to the

AP

The message, “Disconnected” appears when the TV is disconnected from the AP

Connection signal strength with the AP (STRONG/MEDIUM/WEAK)

The link speed with the AP

Working mode (11a, 11b, 11g, 11n)

The channel in use (1-165)

SSID set

Authentication set

Encryption set

Security Key set

AP MAC address The AP’s MAC address appears when the TV is connected to the AP

TV MAC address The TV’s MAC address

DHCP The message, “Enabled” appears when you use DHCP.

The message, “Disabled” appears when you do not use DHCP.

IP address

Subnet Mask

Default Gateway

The TV’s IP address

Value of the Subnet Mask

Default GATEWAY’s address

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Item:

DNS

Description:

DNS’s address

NOTE

Even if an AP for IEEE 802.11n is used when Encryption is set to

WEP or TKIP, the Speed value might be low. We recommend that the

Encryption setting are changed to AES (Under manual setup).

Advanced Network Setup

NOTE

When the DHCP function of the router connected to this TV is

On, you can set Auto Setup to On or Off. (Usually set it to On.)

When the DHCP function of the router is Off, set Auto Setup to

Off, and manually set the IP Address or DNS Address.

IP Address Setup

NOTE

The settings in Auto Setup are linked to those selected in the DNS

Setup menu. If Auto Setup is set to On, then Auto Setup in the DNS

Setup menu will also be set to On.

Auto Setup:

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Advanced Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select IP Address Setup, and then press the OK button.

4

Select Auto Setup. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select

On.

NOTE

Other items are grayed out when Auto Setup is set to On.

Manual Setup:

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

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2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Advanced Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select IP Address Setup, and then press the OK button.

4

Select Auto Setup. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select

Off.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight IP Address. Then press the OK button.

6

Press the ( / arrow buttons to select the IP Address field and use the 0-9 buttons to enter in a digit. Use the ( arrow) button to select the subsequent fields. To save the setting, press the OK button.

NOTE

IP address field numbers must be between 0 and 255. If you input an incompatible number and press the OK button. The field number will be reset to the previous value.

7

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Subnet Mask, and edit in the same way as IP Address.

8

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Default Gateway, and edit in the same way as IP Address.

NOTE

If you manually set the IP address, you must not use the same IP address for any other device. The IP address you use should be a private address. If you do not know the correct values to use, contact your network administrator or internet service provider.

DNS Setup

NOTE

When the DHCP function of the router connected to this TV is

Off, set Auto Setup to Off, and manually set the DNS address(es).

Your Internet Service Provider should have provided these to you.

The settings in Auto Setup are linked to those selected in the IP

Address Setup menu. If Auto Setup is set to On, then Auto Setup in the IP Address Setup menu will also be set to On.

Auto setup:

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

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2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Advanced Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select DNS Setup, and then press the OK button.

4

Select Auto Setup. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select

On.

NOTE

Other items are grayed out when Auto Setup is set to On.

Manual setup:

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Advanced Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select DNS Setup, and then press the OK button.

4

Select Auto Setup. Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select

Off.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Primary DNS

Address.

6

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight the field you want to change, and then use the number buttons to input the

Primary DNS Address. To save the setting, press the OK button.

NOTE

DNS address field numbers must be between 0 and 255. If you input an incompatible number and press the OK button, the field number will be reset to the previous value.

7

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Secondary DNS

Address, and edit in the same way as Primary DNS Address.

MAC Address

You can view the fixed MAC address for the TV.

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Advanced Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

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3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select MAC Address, and then press the OK button.

Network Connection Test

This function checks Internet connectivity.

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Network

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Network Connection

Test, and then press the OK button.

A message appears to indicate whether the connection was successful or not.

NOTE

Favorable Network Connection Test results do not guarantee an

Internet Connection. Depending on the situation, some Internet features may not be available.

To cancel Network Connection Test, press the EXIT button while searching for the Internet connection.

Using the software keyboard

You can enter text using the Software Keyboard. Two modes are available: full keyboard and keypad. Keypad is the default mode.

The Software Keyboard window will appear when you press the

OK button on a field that accepts character input.

NOTE

When using the SmartTV features, software keyboard availability depends on the Internet service being accessed.

Enter text using the keypad

1

Highlight the desired character on the onscreen software keyboard.

2

Repeat Step 1 and 2 until you have entered all desired text.

3

Press the BLUE button to save your settings and return to the previous screen.

Enter text using the full keyboard

1

Highlight the desired character on the onscreen software keyboard.

2

Press the OK button.

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3

Repeat Step 1 and 2 until you have entered all desired text.

4

Press the BLUE button to save your settings and return to the previous screen.

NOTE

If the BACK button is pressed, changes are not saved and the software keyboard window is closed.

Item:

0-9

RED

GREEN

YELLOW

BLUE

BACK

Input operation on the remote control:

Description:

Inputs the selected character

Inputs numbers directly in keyboard mode. In keypad, these keys are used to select a character for entry.

Moves the character highlight

Moves the cursor

Moves the cursor to the head of a character string

Moves the cursor to the end of a character string

Deletes one character to the left of the cursor

Selects full keyboard or keypad mode

Chooses an accented version of the current letter, if applicable

Saves changes and closes the Software Keyboard window

Closes the Software Keyboard window without saving changes

Performing a Software Upgrade

TOSHIBA may offer upgrades for the TV's software in the future.

The TV's software is upgraded via the Network.

NOTE

An Internet connection is required.

Before downloading software:

1

Configure your TV to connect to the Internet.

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NOTE

You will not be able to use the TV set while performing the upgrade.

Do not turn off the TV during the upgrade.

By upgrading, the factory default values may be changed.

2

Press the MENU button. Select GET HELP, Software

Upgrade, and then press the OK button.

The Network Upgrade screen appears.

3

Press the OK button.

NOTE

If the network is not available, a warning message appears.

4

After a successful download, the TV software upgrade will start automatically.

Viewing the Software Licenses

The Licenses for the software used in this TV are available for viewing.

❖ Press the MENU button. Select GET HELP, Software

Licenses, and then press the OK button.

A screen appears displaying all the licensing information required for the television’s software.

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Using the SmartTV features

NOTE

NOTE

You need to connect to the Internet before using this feature, see

“Setting up the Network” on page 131 .

Certain services may not be currently available in your area.

User registration or login may be required to use some services.

Third party internet services are not provided by Toshiba, may change or be discontinued at any time and may be subject to

Internet service provider restrictions. Toshiba makes no warranties, representations, or assurances about the content, availability or functionality of third-party content or services. Use of third party Internet services may require the creation of a separate account through a computer with Internet access and/or payment of one-time and/or recurring charges and membership.

Not all third party services may be available on or compatible with this product. In order to experience the full suggested capabilities of this product, fully-compatible devices may be required.

If the display of the date and time is wrong, turn off the TV, and turn it on again.

The menu items for features like the Apps may change in the upgrade process.

eMANUAL

The eMANUAL provides on-screen, context-sensitive, instructions that describe the TV features.

ePORTAL page

The ePORTAL is the “home page” that allows you to control the various elements of your Smart TV system. This includes traditional features such as Apps, Internet (web browser), and

MediaShare (Media Player), as well as other unique Toshiba features such as SearchAll, MediaGuide, Events, and Messages.

ePORTAL SearchAll

The SearchAll function scours the Internet and your connected devices for content. This search finds content from:

TV programming and Video On Demand (VOD)

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❖ The Internet

Performing a Search

You can perform a search using the SEARCH button on the remote control or the SearchAll bar on the ePORTAL page.

1

From the remote control, press the SEARCH button while watching television programs.

Or

2

From the ePORTAL, select the SearchAll bar at the top of the screen and press OK.

3

Type a keyword into the Search Bar using the onscreen keyboard or the wireless QWERTY keyboard. A maximum of

50 characters can be entered for a search.

4

After entry is complete, select the SEARCH button on the screen and press OK.

5

The search results page will display a list of content containing the keyword. The Search may take up to 60 seconds to complete.

6

Highlight a search result and press the OK button to view the content.

7

To view more search results, select MORE ..> and press OK.

The MORE ..> button will jump to each category's search results.

When you select MORE ..> in the MediaShare

(MediaPlayer), you will need to enter the keyword again in the search.

NOTE

Depending on the status of the target device (media server), the

Media Player Search and Search All features may not function correctly, such as if the server is busy or does not support a search function.

Additional options are dependent on the current source and/or content.

The search keywords that you enter are stored in memory. The maximum number that can be stored at one time is 30. After 30 words is reached, the oldest words will be deleted as new words are added.

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ePORTAL Apps

The ePORTAL Apps can be used to display bonus content through content service providers such as:

❖ Netflix ®

VUDU Apps™

❖ VUDU Movies™

YouTube

®

❖ CinemaNow ®

MediaGuide

❖ eMANUAL

NOTE

Certain services may not be available in your area.

Netflix

®

Select an App from the ePORTAL

To select an App from the ePORTAL:

1

Open the ePORTAL page.

2

Click on the Apps icon.

3

A new page opens displaying the available Apps.

4

Select the desired App and press OK.

W atching movies with Netflix

®

1

Press the NETFLIX button or press the APPS button on the remote control and select the Netflix icon.

2

Follow the onscreen instructions.

After having activated Netflix

®

player and prepared an Instant

Queue, movies and TV episodes in your Instant Queue will appear on the TV screen. Select the desired content using the remote control.

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NOTE

The resolution of video content streamed from Netflix

® depending on the communication speed and bit-rate.

varies

Future upgrades can change the screens and messages displayed in the Netflix

®

feature.

Netflix

®

is supported in the U.S. and Canada, and may not be available in other countries or regions.

To close Netflix

®

, press the EXIT button.

To confirm the Netflix ESN (Electronic Serial Number):

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Smart Apps

Setup > Netflix Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select ESN, and then press the OK button.

The Netflix ESN screen appears.

To deactivate your device:

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Smart Apps

Setup > Netflix Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Deactivation, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes, and then press the

OK button.

VUDU™

VUDU™ is an on-demand service that offers high definition movies on the Web.

1

Press the APPS button on the remote control, or select the

Apps icon on the ePORTAL.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select VUDU, and then press the OK button.

NOTE

Use of VUDU

TM

requires a working broadband Internet connection

(1 to 2 Mbps for SD video, 2.25 to 4.5 Mbps for HD video, and 4.5 to

9 Mbps for HDX video).

To close VUDU, press the EXIT button.

To deactivate your device:

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1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK > Smart Apps

Setup > VUDU Deactivation, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes, and then press the

OK button.

NOTE

If the VUDU™ icons are not shown in the ePORTAL, you may need to update the TV firmware. You can access VUDU™ through the web browser.

YouTube™

YouTube is a video-sharing service managed by YouTube™, LLC.

This TV allows you to view YouTube™ video content.

1

Press the APPS button on the remote control or select the Apps icon on the ePORTAL.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select YouTube, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to select the file you wish to view, and then press the OK button.

To close YouTube™, press the EXIT button.

NOTE

If the YouTube™ icon is not shown in the ePORTAL, you may need to update the TV firmware. You can also access YouTube™ through the web browser.

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NOTE

YouTube™ content has been independently managed by

YouTube™, LLC.

Not all YouTube™ content that can be accessed by computer may be viewed with this TV.

This TV may not be able to do some operations that computer can do.

Depending on network environment and the use situation, content may be difficult to view.

Though the same volume value, the actual volume might be greatly different depending on content.

This TV might take time during start-up and the playback of content.

Content that the user may feel is improper or offensive may be included in the content of YouTube™.

We do not assume any responsibility for content that YouTube™ offers.

If you have any questions about YouTube™ content, contact

YouTube™, LLC.

The content of service and the screen that can be used may be changed without notice.

You will need to use a computer to post videos to YouTube™.

Not all content can be viewed normally when you access Web sites other than YouTube™ Leanback through this TV.

CinemaNow

®

CinemaNow

®

is an on-demand service that offers high definition movies on the Web.

1

Press the APPS button on the remote control or select the Apps icon on the ePORTAL.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select CinemaNow, and then press the OK button.

To close CinemaNow ® , press the EXIT button.

ePORTAL Internet

Web Browser

The web browser on this TV lets you explore everything the web has to offer. Along with access to popular places, you’ll be able to

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search for and browse your favorite sites, and find all the content you want, with simple, intuitive navigation.

The web browser on this device:

❖ does not support platform-dependent technologies such as

ActiveX.

❖ only supports preinstalled plug-ins.

❖ may not support media formats other than the following: JPEG

/ PNG / GIF.

❖ uses a single built-in font. Some text may not be displayed as intended.

❖ does not support downloading of files or fonts.

❖ is a TV browser. It may work differently than PC browsers.

❖ does not support parental control or locks, and it is the responsibility of the user to monitor browser usage by minors.

In addition, some web pages may exceed the memory allotment of the web browser. The web browser will close when this happens.

NOTE

Some pages may not be displayed correctly or may display differently on different devices.

Using the web browser

1

Connect to the network.

2

Press the ePORTAL button on the remote control to access the ePORTAL page.

The web browser page is displayed.

NOTE

Pressing the INTERNET button on the remote control will also launch the web browser.

3

Use the ( / / / arrow) buttons to scroll to the Internet icon and press OK.

4

Use the ( / / / arrow) buttons to scroll to the URL

Address Bar and press OK.

5

Enter the desired URL address by using the ( / / / arrow) buttons or by using the Wireless QWERTY keyboard. Press the BLUE button on the remote control or QWERTY keyboard when finished.

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6

You can now browse websites on your TV using the

( / / / arrow) buttons on the remote control or by using the Wireless QWERTY keyboard.

NOTE

Select Mouse Emulation by pressing the GREEN button on the remote control to navigate with a driverless wireless mouse (wireless mouse is not included).

Browsing favorite websites

1

Connect to the network.

2

Press the ePORTAL button on the remote control to access the ePORTAL page.

NOTE

Pressing the INTERNET button on the remote control will also launch the web browser.

3

Use the ( / / / arrow) buttons to scroll to the Internet icon and press OK.

4

Use the ( / / / arrow) buttons to scroll to Favorites

STAR and press OK.

NOTE

By adding frequently visited websites to Favorites, you can browse them easily.

You can view the addresses of the websites you visited previously.

5

Select the item or folders to move to the desired URL address and press OK.

NOTE

You can press the GREEN button on the remote for thumbnail view of all your favorites.

6

You can now browse websites on your TV using the

( / / / arrow) buttons on the remote control or via using the Wireless QWERTY keyboard.

NOTE

Select Mouse Emulation by pressing the GREEN button on the remote control to navigate with a driverless wireless mouse (wireless mouse is not included).

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Adding Favorites Websites

1

Connect to the network.

2

Press the ePORTAL button on the remote control to access the ePORTAL page.

NOTE

Pressing the INTERNET button on the remote control will also launch the web browser.

3

Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to the Internet icon and press OK.

4

Follow “Using the web browser” on page 148

to display your desired website.

5

Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to Favorites STAR on the Browser Menu Bar and press OK.

NOTE

By adding frequently visited websites to Favorites, you can browse them easily.

You can view the addresses of the websites you visited previously.

6

Press OK on the remote control to save the desired website to your favorites.

NOTE

The desired website is highlighted and displayed on the top row with the + add icon.

The + add icon will change to a page icon after the website has been saved to favorites.

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Press the BACK button on the remote to return to browsing your website.

Launch the Internet and access a specific web page

1

Press the INTERNET button on the remote or select the

Internet icon on the ePORTAL page.

2

Use the onscreen keyboard or the wireless QWERTY keyboard to type the URL address into the address bar.

3

Launching the web page is dependent on which input mode you are using:

❖ If using the remote control, select the OK button on the address bar to view the page.

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If using the onscreen keyboard, press the BLUE button to view the page.

❖ If using the USB/QWERTY keyboard, press the ENTER button to view the page.

ePORTAL Messages

You can create personal messages on your TV using the Messages feature.

Launch the Messages feature

1

Select the Messages icon on the ePORTAL page.

2

Press the GREEN button on the remote to open a new message window.

3

Use the onscreen keyboard or the wireless QWERTY keyboard to type your message into the message field.

4

Press the OK button to save your message.

ePORTAL Events

You can set events on your TV through the Events Calendar feature.

Create an event

1

Select the Events icon on the ePORTAL page.

2

A calendar is displayed. Move to the Previous Month or Next

Month by using the left and right jump buttons (<< >>) on the remote.

3

Highlight the desired date using the cursor keys, and press OK.

A new Event window is displayed.

4

Use the onscreen keyboard or the wireless QWERTY keyboard to type in the event information.

5

If a recurring event, you can use the Repeat option to set the frequency of occurrence by using the Jump buttons (<< >>) on the remote.

6

Press the GREEN button to save the new event.

Delete an event

1

Move to the Previous Month or Next Month by using the left and right jump buttons on the remote. Highlight the desired date using the cursor keys.

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Press the RED button to delete the event(s) for that date.

Edit an event

1

Select the Event in the Event list. Press OK.

2

The Edit Event window is displayed. You can change the date, event information, and repeat options.

ePORTAL Favorite Sites

You can access your favorite (“bookmarked”) Internet sites from the ePORTAL.

Access your Internet favorites via the ePORTAL

1

Select the Favorite Sites icon on the ePORTAL page.

The bookmarked sites are displayed on the page along with the website name and URL address.

2

Select the bookmarked site and press the OK button.

The web browser will launch and display the selected site.

Edit ePORTAL Favorites

You can show, hide, and change the position of your favorite apps located on the bottom row of the ePORTAL page.

1

Select the gear icon at the top right of the ePORTAL page to access the Preferences window, and select the Edit Favorites menu.

2

Select the Show/Hide menu option. In the new window, move the focus to the desired app and press OK to add a check

(show) or remove a check (hide). Highlight Save and press OK to store your changes.

3

To change the order of the apps in the Favorites section, select the Move option from the Edit Favorites menu.

4

From the Move window, highlight the app you wish to move and press the OK button. The icon will switch to Move mode.

Use the left/right cursor keys to move to the desired position.

5

Press OK again to confirm the new position. Highlight Save and press OK to save your changes.

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ePORTAL Preferences

Use ePORTAL Preferences to customize the look and feel of the ePORTAL.

From Preferences, you can:

❖ Adjust the background by selecting different colors

❖ Edit favorite Apps by moving and selecting which favorites to show or hide

Adjust your Event Notification flag setting

To access the Preferences window, select the gear icon in the top right corner of the ePORTAL

MediaGuide

Using MediaGuide

The MediaGuide is an integrated service that provides access to both television programming and Internet content based on the

Rovi™ system.

Before beginning your MediaGuide installation, please make sure your initial setup for channel tuning, IR blaster, and network settings is completed. For instructions on the initial setup please see

“Initial Setup and Menu” on page 51

. For the initial installation of the MediaGuide, please follow the onscreen instructions.

The Rovi Corporation and/or its subsidiaries and related affiliates are not in any way liable for the accuracy or availability of the program schedule information or other data in the Rovi Guide system and cannot guarantee service availability in your area. In no event shall

Rovi Corporation and/or its related affiliates be liable for any damages in connection with the accuracy or availability of the program schedule information or other data in the Rovi Guide system.

MediaGuide setup

When you access MediaGuide for the first time from the GUIDE button on the remote control, a step-by-step installation wizard will appear. Follow the onscreen instructions in order to complete the setup and view your local TV listings.

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NOTE

If you see an error message saying that the MediaGuide was not able to connect to the network, you should check your network connections before trying again.

The step-by-step installation wizard will appear again after performing any of the following tasks:

Changing the ANT/CABLE In setting

Changing the Country setting

Changing the Device Type or Input under the IR Blaster Setup menu

❖ Reset MediaGuide

Operating the MediaGuide

1

Press GUIDE on the remote control or select the MediaGuide from the ePORTAL from the Apps screen.

2

The MediaGuide screen will be displayed with the defaulted setting; the first menu is set to ALL, the secondary menu is set to TV Listings, and the current channel is highlighted.

3

To navigate within the MediaGuide, press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to select content and move within a menu and then press the OK button to select an item option.

❖ Selecting a channel or TV listing will turn to live TV for the particular show.

If the show is not being aired at the time it has been selected, you will be directed to the Overview screen within the Overview screen to see upcoming shows. Select the Watch option to view it.

(Sample Image) MediaGuide Top-Level menu

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4

In the subsequent menus, use the ( / arrow) buttons to navigate between menu levels.

The sub-menus include My Profile; Movies, Settings, TV,

Search, and TV Listings.

NOTE

Third party Internet services are not provided by Toshiba, may change or be discontinued at any time and may be subject to

Internet service provider restrictions. Toshiba makes no warranties, representations, or assurances about the content, availability or functionality of third-party content or services. Use of third party Internet services may require the creation of a separate account through a computer with Internet access and/or payment of one-time and/or recurring charges and membership.

Not all third party services may be available on or compatible with this product. In order to experience the full suggested capabilities of this product, fully-compatible devices may be required.

Service Information may not be displayed or there may be little service information displayed depending on the area or the kind of broadcast.

The MediaGuide can only be used when your TV is connected to the Internet.

Starting and operation of this service may take several minutes.

Software updates may be needed in order to use this service.

During use of the MediaGuide, usage information will be notified to the Rovi server to ensure continued efficient operation of the guide.

Rovi Corporation and/or its subsidiaries and related affiliates are not in any way liable for the accuracy or availability of the program schedule information or other data in the Rovi Guide system and cannot guarantee service availability in your area. In no event shall Rovi Corporation and /or its related affiliates be liable for any damages in connection with the accuracy or availability of the program schedule information or other data in the Rovi Guide system.

In order to experience the full suggested capabilities of this product, fully-compatible devices may be required. This feature is not available in Mexico, and certain features may not be available in all countries.

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Selecting a listing

If you can select and open a TV program, movie, or celebrity, an

Overview screen will appear with general information about the selected item. It also contains options such as watch, bookmark, or see a trailer. The detail screen has several on-screen buttons such as

Overview and Summary. To open these options:

1

Press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to highlight the option.

2

Press the OK button to select the option.

Viewing a detail screen

The detail screen contains menu options that display additional information such as biographies and reviews. The TV

Listing/Movie Detail menus can contain information such as

History, Episodes - For TV series only, Overview, Summary,

Review, Cast & Crew, and others.

Celebrity detail menus contain different items such as History,

Overview, Biography, and Credits.

NOTE

The actual menus displayed on the detail screen vary depending on the service that you have configured for the MediaGuide and what types of information about the selected item are available to be displayed. There may be instances where data cannot be acquired from the server due to network problems. Obtaining accurate

MediaGuide data depends on the timing of the updates by the guide data provider and your Internet connection.

Searching in MediaGuide

You can use the Search menu, within the MediaGuide to find movies or program by name. You can search from the primary menu, or from within the TV or Movie menus.

To search using a keyword:

1

Select the Search option from one of the menus.

2

Type in a keyword using the search keypad.

3

Press the OK button to select the button.

4

When the title you want is in the suggestion list, press the right button to move to the list and then the Up or down button to highlight it.

5

Press the OK button on the search option screen for search results to select the item.

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Press the OK button to open the detail screen for that item.

To search all of the connected media devices across your network as well as the TV programming, use the SearchAll feature in the ePORTAL, see

“ePORTAL SearchAll” on page 142 .

Reset MediaGuide

To reset the MediaGuide, please follow these steps:

1

Press the MENU button on the remote control.

2

Select Network>Smart Apps Setup>Reset MediaGuide.

3

Press the OK button.

A confirmation message will be displayed.

4

Select Yes to proceed. It may take a few moments to complete the reset.

You can also reset the MediaGuide from the MediaGuide from the setting menu

NOTE

If the MediaGuide cannot launch or is not functioning correctly, reset the MediaGuide using the instructions above.

ePORTAL MediaShare (Videos, Music, and Photos)

Use the Videos, Music, and Photos icons on the ePORTAL to quickly access video, music, and image files located on storage media or your home network.

There are two ways to play content.

The TV can control and play content on a MediaShare (Media

Player). The Media Server is a device with server functions that stores media content for playback on a MediaShare (Media Player).

NOTE

Do not insert/remove a USB device while in use.

The MENU button is not available while using the MediaShare

(Media Player) feature.

MediaShare (Media Player) specifications

Devices:

USB device: USB Mass Storage Class devices (MSC)

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Connected Media Server:

Your computer (for example)

NOTE

Connectivity is not guaranteed for all devices.

Some functionality may be lost with a USB HUB connection.

Supported file system:

❖ FAT16 and FAT32

NOTE

You must obtain any required permission from copyright owners to download or use copyrighted content. Toshiba cannot and does not grant such permission.

Basic operation

Using MediaShare (Media Player) with a USB device

When Auto Start is enabled, you will be asked if you want to start the MediaShare (Media Player) when a USB device is inserted. If

Auto Start is disabled (or if you want to connect to a media server on the network), you must manually start the MediaShare (Media

Player) from the ePORTAL.

To change the Auto Start setting

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK, Media Player,

Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight USB Auto Start.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On or Off.

Auto Start

1

Insert a USB device into the USB terminal.

A prompt appears.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes, and then press the

OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Video, Music, or

Photos, and then press the OK button.

4

To change the device, press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to select the devices on the screen, and then press the OK button.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the device.

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If Auto Start is set to Off, you can start the MediaShare (Media

Player) manually.

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Manual Start

1

Insert a USB device into the USB terminal.

2

Press the ePORTAL button. Select the Video, Music, or

Photos icon, and then press the OK button.

A screen showing photo thumbnails or a list of files (videos or music) appears.

3

To change the device, press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to select the Device Name button on the screen, and then press the OK button.

A screen showing photo thumbnails or a list of files (movies and music) appears.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the device.

To select a file in the list of contents

1

Press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to select a file or folder.

2

Press the OK button to move to the next layer, or press the

BACK button to return to the previous layer.

To close the MediaShare (Media Player)

Press the EXIT button.

The TV will return to the last-viewed channel or video input.

Using MediaShare (Media Player) with a Media Server

You need to configure a home network before using this feature,

see “Setting up the Network” on page 131

.

1

Press the ePORTAL button.

2

Select the Video, Music, or Photos icon, and then press the

OK button.

A screen showing photo thumbnails or a list of files (movies and music) appears.

3

To change the device press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to select the device name on the screen, and then press the OK button.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the device.

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To select a file in the list of contents

1

Press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to select a file or folder.

2

Press the OK button to move to the next layer, or press the

BACK button to return to the previous layer.

To close the MediaShare (Media Player)

❖ Press the EXIT button.

The TV will return to the last-viewed channel or video input.

To display the device information

1

Press the QUICK button to open the Quick menu in list mode or Multi View mode.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Device Information.

Viewing movie files

Basic Playback

1

Select a file, see “To select a file in the list of contents” on page 159

.

2

Press the OK button or PLAY button to begin playback.

NOTE

Depending on the file size, it may take some time to start playback.

3

Press the STOP button to stop playback.

4

If playback finishes before STOP is pressed, the screen returns to the list.

NOTE

When the repeat mode is set to All, the next file will start playing automatically.

To pause playback

Press the PAUSE button during playback. You can move to the desired replay position by pressing the ( / arrow) buttons during PAUSE.

To resume normal playback, press the PLAY button.

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NOTE

The PAUSE button or operations during Pause may not be functional depending on content or media server.

To locate a specific file

Press the Skip Reverse or Skip Forward button repeatedly to access the desired file.

❖ ( ): Playback starts from the beginning of the current file or previous file.

( ): To locate subsequent files.

NOTE

These features may not be operable depending on the content or media server.

Mode:

Off

All

1

To set the repeat mode

1

Press the QUICK button.

The current repeat setting appears.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Off, All, or 1.

3

Press the BACK button. The setting is effective until the TV is turned off.

Description:

The content is played back only once

All content in the same folder are repeatedly played back

The same content is repeatedly played back

To display the file status information

1

Press the INFO button during playback. The information will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.

2

Press the INFO button again to hide the information.

NOTE

The information may not correctly display depending on the content or media server.

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File specifications:

USB use:

File format: MPEG2 PS, MPEG2 TS

Video: MPEG2, H.264

Audio: MPEG1-Layer2/MPEG1-Layer3/Dolby

®

(AC3)/LPCM, ACC

Digital

Maximum number of files: 1000 per folder

Content on Connected Media Server:

File format: MPEG2 PS, MPEG2 TS, MP4*, WMV*

Video: MPEG2(PS), H.264*

Audio: LPCM/MPEG1-Layer1/MPEG1-Layer2/

MPEG2-Layer2/Dolby Digital (AC3)/AAC

Maximum number of files: 1000 per folder

Maximum video resolution: 1920 x 1080

NOTE

It may not be possible to use certain playback or display some files. In some cases certain files and servers may not support playback features, such as pause.

Playing music files

Basic Playback:

1

Select a file, see “To select a file in the list of contents” on page 159

. Press the OK or PLAY button to begin playback.

NOTE

Depending on the file size, it may take some time to start playback.

2

Press the STOP button to stop playback.

If playback finishes before the STOP button is pressed, the screen returns to the list.

To pause playback:

1

Press the PAUSE button during playback.

2

To resume normal playback, press the PLAY button.

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NOTE

The PAUSE button or operations during Pause may not be functional depending on content or media server. Certain processes may take some time to complete.

To locate a specific file:

❖ Press the Skip Reverse or Skip Forward button repeatedly to access the desired file.

( ): Playback starts from the beginning of the current file or previous file.

❖ ( ): To locate subsequent files.

NOTE

These features may not be operable depending on the content or media server.

To set the repeat mode:

1

Press the QUICK button.

The current repeat setting appears.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Off, All, or 1.

3

Press the BACK button. The setting is effective until the TV is turned off.

Mode:

Off

All

1

Description:

The content is played back only once

All content in the same folder are repeatedly played back

The same content is repeatedly played back

To display the file status information:

1

Press the INFO button during playback.

The information appears at the bottom of the screen.

2

Press the INFO button again to hide the information.

NOTE

The information may not correctly display depending on the content or media server.

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File specifications:

USB use:

File format: MP3, MP4 (AAC), LPCM

Sampling frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz

Bit rate: From 32 to 320 kbps

Maximum number of files: 1000 per folder

Content on Connected Media Server:

File format: MP3, LPCM

Sampling frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz

Bit rate: From 32 to 320 kbps

Maximum number of files: 1000 per folder

NOTE

It may not be possible to use certain playback or display some files. In some cases certain files and servers may not support playback features, such as fast-forward.

Viewing photo files

Multi View mode

This view mode allows you to search for photos in a grid format.

These pictures are displayed using thumbnail data in each image file.

1

Press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to move the highlight by one window.

If all of the photos will not fit in one screen, when pressing the

(

arrow) button at the top left thumbnail, the screen will scroll up one by one. Similarly, when pressing the

(

arrow) button at the bottom right thumbnail, the screen will scroll down one by one.

2

When you select a folder, press the OK button to move to the next layer. Press the BACK button to move back to the previous layer.

3

Press the OK button to view the selected photo in Single View mode.

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NOTE

Displaying thumbnail data may take time.

In order to use the / arrow to scroll the screen, there must be enough content to take up two screens.

Single View mode

In this view mode, only files located in the selected directory are displayed. When moving from Multi View mode to Single View mode, the currently selected photo appears.

1

On Multi view mode, press the ( / / / arrow) buttons to select a file, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to view the next or previous file.

NOTE

Single view mode is changed to Multi View mode when the BACK button is pressed.

Mode:

Interval Time

Slideshow mode

This view allows you to watch a slideshow of the photos. In this mode, only files located in the selected directory appear.

1

To switch to Slideshow mode, press the OK button while in

Single View mode. To return to Single View mode, press the

OK button again.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to view the next or previous file.

Mode settings

1

Press the QUICK button to open the Quick menu while in

Single View mode or Slideshow mode.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the item (Interval

Time or Repeat).

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust the setting.

4

Press the BACK button to return to Single View mode or

Slideshow mode.

Description:

Sets a time interval at which to view photos

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Mode:

Repeat

Description:

Displays photos in the same directory repeatedly (On/Off)

Rotate the image

While viewing the image in Single View mode or Slideshow mode, press the ( / arrow) buttons to rotate the image 90 degrees.

Return to the thumbnail

Press the BACK button while in Single View mode or Slide Show mode.

Display file status information

1

Press the INFO button. The information appears at the bottom of the screen.

2

Press the INFO button again to hide the information.

NOTE

The information may not correctly display depending on the content or media server. Certain processes may take some time to complete.

File specifications:

USB use:

Data compatibility: JPEG Exif ver 2.2

File format: JPEG

Maximum viewable resolution: 8192 x16384

Maximum number of files: 2000 per folder

Content on Connected Media Server:

Data compatibility: JPEG EXIF Ver.1.x or later, JFIF 1.02a

File format: JPEG

Maximum photo resolution: 4096 x 4096

Maximum photo size: 9MB

Maximum number of files: 2000 per folder

NOTE

If a photo resolution is larger than 1024 x 768, the photo will be resized by the server before being displayed.

Advanced features

Search

Search

To search for content,

1

Select the search.

2

Enter in keywords and the search will search for:

❖ Videos; Title name

❖ Music; Title name/Artist name/ Album name

❖ Photos; Title name

❖ USB; Videos/Music/Photos; File name

NOTE

Folders are not subject to the search function.

3

The retrieval result is displayed.

4

Select one of the search results.

5

The selected content will play.

NOTE

The search retrieval stops when content is being played.

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Network Device Setup

In order to set the access the External Control Setup, Media

Renderer Setup, or Device Name Setup, you must use the Network

Device Setup menu.

External Control Setup

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK, Network

Device Setup and press the OK button.

2

Select External Control Setup, and press the OK button.

3

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select and set Enable Control to On or Off.

To access the Home Control Profile:

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK, Network

Device Setup and press the OK button to select.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select Home Control Profile and press the OK button.

The Home Control Profile window will appear.

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Use the ( / / / arrow) buttons to navigate to the User

Name or Password field. The keypad will appear so that you can enter in the user name and password. You can use the remote control keypad, the software keypad, or the

USB/QWERTY keyboard to enter in the user name and password.

❖ To use the remote control keypad, use the remote control up/down buttons to enter the name and password, and press the BLUE button.

❖ To use the software keyboard, press the GREEN button.

Use the number and letter buttons to enter in the user name and password, and press the BLUE button to submit.

❖ To use the USB/QWERTY keyboard, use the number and letter buttons to enter in the user name and password, and press the ENTER button to submit.

NOTE

Only the 0-9 and capital/lowercase A-Z characters may be used for the user name and password.

Setting up the Media Renderer feature

The TV can be configured as a Media Renderer. When operating as a Media Renderer, the TV displays content provided by a Media

Server. The selection of the media is done by the Media Controller.

The TV can play photo, movie, or audio files when operating as a

Media Renderer.

Installation

You can configure the Media Renderer settings individually, or use

Installation mode to be prompted for each setting in order.

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK, Network

Device Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Media Renderer

Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Installation, and then press the OK button.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On, and then press the

OK button. If you want to change the device name as a Media

Renderer, highlight the Device Name field and press the OK button. The Software Keyboard screen appears.

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5

Input the device name by using the Software Keyboard. To save your setting, press the BLUE button.

6

Select Done. Press the OK button.

7

If you want to limit access from unexpected Media Controllers, press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On. Press the OK button.

8

If you want to proceed with registration of Media Controllers, press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes. Press the OK button.

9

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the MAC address of the Media Controller you want to accept. Press the OK button.

The box is selected. To clear the selection, press the OK button.

10

Press the right arrow button to select Done. Press the OK button.

11

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust to the desired volume.

Press the OK button.

12

If you want to wake up the TV by using the Media Controller, press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Yes. Press the OK button.

Device Name setup

The device name as a Media Renderer can be changed.

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK, Network

Device Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Device Name Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Select the Device Name field. Press the OK button. The

Software Keyboard screen appears.

4

Input the device name by using the Software Keyboard. To save your setting, press the BLUE button.

5

Select Done. Press the OK button.

NOTE

The maximum number of characters allowed for the device name is

15. Only 0-9, A - Z can be used in the device name.

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Media Controller setup

You can limit which Media Controller can control this TV. If

Access Control is enabled, only those Media Controllers with a check will be allowed to control the TV.

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK, Network

Device Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Media Renderer

Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Media Controller

Setup. Press the OK button.

4

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Access Control.

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select On.

5

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Media Controller.

Press the OK button.

6

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select the MAC address of

Media Controller you want to accept.

7

Press the OK button. The box is selected. To clear the selection, press the OK button.

8

Press the right arrow button to select Done. Press the OK button.

NOTE

You can select up to 8 Media Controllers.

If you would not like to limit the Media Controllers for this TV, set Access Control to Off.

Devices other than Media Controller may be displayed in the list.

Confirm the MAC address of Media Controller and select it.

Maximum volume setup

This feature allows you to set the maximum volume of the TV when it receives volume operation commands from a Media

Controller.

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK, Network

Device Setup, and then press the OK button.

2

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to select Media Renderer

Setup, and then press the OK button.

3

Press the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight Maximum

Volume Setup.

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Press the ( / arrow) buttons to adjust to the desired volume.

NOTE

The TV's remote control can set volume regardless of the value of

Maximum Volume Setup

Apps Control Profile

To select the Apps Control Profile

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK, Network

Device Setup and press the OK button.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select Apps Control Profile and press the OK button.

The Apps Control Profile window will appear.

3

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select Device Registration

Setup and press the OK button.

The Device Registration Setup window will appear.

4

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to highlight the Companion

Device ID.

5

Select the Cancel, All, or Delete buttons.

To enable the New Device Detection:

1

Press the MENU button. Select NETWORK, Network

Device Setup and press the OK button to select.

2

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select Apps Control Profile and press the OK button.

The Apps Control Profile window will appear.

3

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select New Device Detection and press the OK button.

4

Use the ( / arrow) buttons to select Enable or Disable.

5

Press the OK button to submit.

Toshiba A/V Remote App

The Toshiba A/V Remote App is available for compatible Toshiba equipment using compatible tablets and smartphones powered by

Android™ These devices must be running the Android™ application Honeycomb or higher. You must download the Toshiba

A/V Remote App through the Android™ Marketplace.

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NOTE

Third party Internet services are not provided by Toshiba, may change or be discontinued at any time and may be subject to

Internet service provider restrictions.Toshiba makes no warranties, representations, or assurances about the content, availability or functionality of third-party content or services. Use of third party Internet services may require the creation of a separate account through a computer with Internet access and/or payment of one-time and/or recurring charges and membership.

Not all third party services may be available on or compatible with this product. In order to experience the full suggested capabilities of this product, fully-compatible devices may be required.

The Toshiba A/V Remote App can only be used when your TV and your tablet or smartphone are connected to the Internet.

Starting and operation of this service may take several minutes.

Software updates may be needed in order to use this service.

In order to experience the full suggested capabilities of this product, fully-compatible devices may be required. Certain features may not be available in all countries.

Initial setup

In order to use this application, your Android™ device and compatible Toshiba equipment must be connected to the wireless

LAN in your home. After downloading the Toshiba A/V Remote

App, follow these steps:

1

Read the disclaimer and select the Agree option.

2

The Toshiba equipment’s name will appear in the terminal window of the device powered by Android™.

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3

Select the desired Toshiba equipment from the list.

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(Sample Illustration) Toshiba A/V Remote App—Device Select screen

4

Activate the selected device by entering in the a 4-digit PIN code on the pop-up window on the tablet or smartphone. Press the OK button on the tablet or smartphone screen.

(Sample Illustration) Toshiba A/V Remote App—Input PIN code screen

Controlling devices

After the devices have been setup, you can control the compatible devices through the Toshiba A/V Remote App.

To control the devices, you should first select the type of device you wish to control from the top bar. These devices will vary depending on what devices were added. These controls are also described in

“Learning about the remote control” on page 49 .

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The device control page will show several controls, depending on the device. Some of these controls may include:

Number keypad—to enter in 0-9 digit numbers

INPUT—Selects the video input source.

CH Up/Down—Cycles through programmed channels.

APPS—launches the apps on-screen.

ePORTAL—Launches the eMANUAL application on-screen.

INTERNET—Launches the web browser on-screen.

SEARCH—Accesses the Search All function

QUICK—Launches the Quick menu.

3D button—Accesses the 3D options.

PIC MODE—Selects the picture mode.

PIC SIZE—Cycles through the picture sizes.

INFO—displays TV status information as well as program details, when available.

SLEEP—Accesses the sleep timer.

CC button—Accesses the closed-caption feature.

Red/Green/Yellow/Blue color buttons

Navigational controls—the ( / / / arrow) buttons for on-screen menus.

MENU—Accesses the main TV menu system.

GUIDE—Launches the Toshiba MediaGuide application onscreen.

BACK —Returns to the previous screen.

EXIT—Closes on-screen menus.

OK—Activates highlighted items in the main menu system.

Playback controls—controls playback through

Pause/Play/Record/Rewind/Skip Back/Fast Forward/Skip forward.

TV Control—these buttons control the volume on the TV and its Sleep and Power functions.

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In addition, the Toshiba A/V Remote App also includes a text input, mouse control and a touchpad control that allows you to use your tablet or smartphone as a touch screen

(Sample Illustration)—Toshiba A/V Remote App device control page

Text input

The text input screen displays a QWERTY keyboard on the tablet or smartphone that allows you to create text by either typing it in or using the voice to text feature on the device powered by Android™

(Sample Illustration) Toshiba A/V Remote App text input screen

Mouse control

The mouse control button allows you to control the cursor on the display while viewing the browser. The controls include:

Touchpad surface—controlling the mouse through touch

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Keyboard button—displays the keyboard onscreen

Left mouse click button—left-clicks on the selected item

Right mouse click button—right-clicks on the selected item

(Sample Illustration) Toshiba A/V Remote App mouse control screen

Touchpad control

The touchpad control allows you to control the screen using your finger.

(Sample Illustration) Toshiba A/V Remote App touchpad control

Combo

The Toshiba A/V Remote App also allows you to control up to four devices in one screen.

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For example, you can have the controls for the TV, cable box, satellite box, and Blu-ray™ all on one screen.

(Sample Illustration) A/V REMOTE Apps Combo screen.

Toshiba MediaGuide app

There are four screens modes which display detailed information such as TV Listings, TV Portal, Movies Portal, and Search. The screen modes can be changed using a left or right swipe of the switch bar at the top of the screen on the compatible device powered by Android™.

The switch bar contains three areas which can be selected or changed by swiping the bar.

The first bar is the main bar that lists: TV Listings, TV Portal,

Movies Portal, and Search.

❖ The second bar is the Genre Bar which groups items into categories such as Music, All, Favorites, etc. These groups are used to display similar content for faster browsing on the grid.

❖ The third bar is the date and time bar. This bar allows you to advance through the days ahead to see future programming.

You can also use the Now and Jump buttons to quickly return the present time and day (Now button) and to advance to a future day and/or time (Jump button)

TV listings

In this menu the TV listings are displayed in a grid format, which is easily controlled by swiping up, down, left, and right with your finger on your Toshiba compatible device.

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Popup and detailed information

When you tap or touch and hold a TV program listing, it will show more information about the selected program in a screen overlay.

From this screen, you can decide whether to watch the program by selecting the Watch button or select the More button. The More button will bring up more details and options available for that selected item.

Genre Bar screen

You can group the TV channels list by genre and filter it by swiping the genre bar. You can select which genres display in this bar with the genre selection feature.

To change genre settings, select the Settings icon in upper right corner, then EPG Settings, Genre Selection.

If you touch and hold a channel logo, it is registered as a Favorite.

The registered channel can be seen in Genre Bar Favorites.

Movies/TV portal screen

You can select from the Movie or the TV program Hotlist, their

Portals, or the Reminders as desired. You can browse a list of programs that match the registered keyword in the Favorite

Keywords settings.

Search screen

You can search by keyword for TV programs, movies, or names of actors for detailed information.

Detail screen

In the details screen, you can browse program and celebrity information, such as celebrities associated with a program, photos associated with a program, airing information for a specific program, programs associated with a celebrity, or photos associated with a celebrity.

Toshiba Send & Play App

The Toshiba Send & Play App allows you to share a URL from your tablet or your smartphone to your Smart TV. This app is available for compatible Toshiba equipment and compatible tablets and powered by Android™. These devices must be running the

Android™ application Honeycomb or higher. You must download the Toshiba Send & Play App through the Android™ Marketplace.

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NOTE

Third party Internet services are not provided by Toshiba, may change or be discontinued at any time and may be subject to

Internet service provider restrictions. Toshiba makes no warranties, representations, or assurances about the content, availability or functionality of third-party content or services. Use of third party Internet services may require the creation of a separate account through a computer with Internet access and/or payment of one-time and/or recurring charges and membership.

Not all third party services may be available on or compatible with this product. In order to experience the full suggested capabilities of this product, fully-compatible devices may be required.

The Toshiba Send & Play App can only be used when your TV and your tablet or smartphone are connected to the Internet.

Starting and operation of this service may take several minutes.

Software updates may be needed in order to use this service.

In order to experience the full suggested capabilities of this product, fully-compatible devices may be required. Certain features may not be available in all countries.

Launching the app

In order to use this application, your Android™ device and compatible Toshiba equipment must be connected to the wireless

LAN in your home. After downloading the Toshiba Send & Play

App, follow these steps:

1

Open the web page on your tablet or smartphone using the

Toshiba Send & Play app.

2

Select a bookmark from the list or type in the URL on the

Toshiba Send & Play address bar.

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3

Once the page has been loaded, tap the Send icon to send the website/URL to the TV.

(Sample Illustration) Toshiba Send & Play browser screen

4

The website/URL will automatically launch on the TV.

NOTE

Some web pages or URLs may not launch, depending on the TV status.

After the web page is sent to the TV, you can use the mouse emulation screen to navigate the website.

1

Press the Mouse emulation button.

2

The mouse emulation screen will appear on the tablet or smartphone compatible device powered by Android™.

The mouse control screen allows you to control the cursor on the display while viewing the browser. The controls include

Touchpad surface—controlling the mouse through touch

Keyboard button—displays the keyboard onscreen

Left mouse click button—left-clicks on the selected item

Right mouse click button—right-clicks on the selected item

Text input

The text input screen displays a QWERTY keyboard on the compatible tablet or smartphone that allows you to create text by either typing it in or using the voice to text feature on the device powered by Android™.

Chapter 9

Troubleshooting

General troubleshooting

Before calling a service technician, review this chapter or visit the

Toshiba technical support Web site at support.toshiba.com for possible causes/solutions for the problem you are experiencing.

Before you begin to troubleshoot any problem, first unplug the TV from the AC wall outlet, wait approximately one minute, and then plug the TV back into the AC wall outlet. If the problem still exists attempt to troubleshoot the problem.

Black box on screen.

The closed caption feature is set to one of the Text modes (T1, T2,

T3, or T4). Set the closed caption feature to Off, see “Using closed captions” on page 87 .

TV stops responding to controls.

If the TV stops responding to the buttons on the remote control or

TV control panel and you cannot turn off the TV, press and hold

POWER button on the TV control panel for several seconds to reset the TV. If the TV does not power off using this method, unplug the

TV from the AC wall outlet and plug it back in.

If you cause a static discharge when touching the TV and the TV fails to function, simply unplug the TV from the AC outlet and plug it back in. The TV should return to normal operation.

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Picture problems

Other problems.

If your TV’s problem is not addressed in this Troubleshooting chapter or the recommended solution has not worked, use the Reset

Factory Defaults procedure, see

“Resetting to Factory Defaults” on page 107

.

TV will not turn on.

Ensure the power cord is plugged in properly, and then press the

POWER button.

Replace the batteries in the remote control, see “Installing batteries” on page 46 .

Try the control panel buttons on the TV.

3D problems.

Watch the TV at a proper viewing angle and distance, see

“Safety

Precautions for 3D glasses” on page 6

.

If 3D images are not correct, the 3D format may be different.

Change the 3D format in the Quick menu, see

“Selecting 3D format from the Quick menu in 3D mode” on page 78

.

The left and right sides of 3D images may be reversed. Switch the left and right, see

“Switching left and right images” on page 85 .

If 2D images are not correct, the 2D format may be different.

Change the 2D format in the Quick menu, see

“Selecting 2D format from the Quick menu in 2D mode” on page 79

.

Remove all obstructions between the 3D glasses and the TV.

If there is no power to the 3D glasses, charge the battery.

Picture problems

General picture problems.

Check the antenna/cable connections, see “Connecting Your TV” on page 27 .

Press the INPUT button on the remote control or on the TV and

select a valid video input source, see “Selecting the video input to view” on page 86

. If no device is connected to an input on the TV, no picture appears when you select that particular input source. For device connection details, see

“Connecting Your TV” on page 27

.

Antenna reception may be poor. Use a highly directional outdoor antenna (if applicable).

The station may be having broadcast difficulties. Try another channel.

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Picture problems

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Adjust the picture quality, see

“Using the advanced picture settings features” on page 117 .

If Edge Booster does not achieve a sharper picture, change the

Sharpness value to increase the sharpness level, see “Edge

Enhancer” on page 117 .

Video Input Selection problems.

If the Input Selection window does not appear when you press the

INPUT button on the remote control or the TV control panel, press the INPUT button a second time. The TV displays the next video input source and the Input Selection screen.

Cannot view external signals or channel 3 or 4.

If you cannot view signals from external devices connected to

VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, ColorStream HD1, ColorStream HD2, HDMI

1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, HDMI 4, PC, or from channel 3 or 4, ensure

that the Input Lock is set to Off, see “Locking video inputs” on page 96

.

Poor display color or no color.

The station may be having broadcast difficulties. Try another channel.

Check the Input mode when you use Shared Inputs, see

“Configuring shared inputs” on page 70 .

Adjust the Tint and/or Color, see

“ColorMaster™” on page 121

.

Poor composite picture.

If the TV is connected to an external A/V device (e.g. DVD player, video game system, set-top box, etc.) try using a ColorStream or

HDMI™ video connection instead.

Picture and sound are out of sync.

As with all products that contain a digital display, this may occur in rare instances, when viewing certain content (e.g. television broadcasts, video games, DVDs). The cause may include, without limitation, video processing within the TV, video processing in an attached gaming system, and video processing or different compression rates used by broadcasters in their programming.

Try the following:

❖ If the TV is connected to an A/V receiver that has a programmable audio delay feature, use this feature to help synchronize the sound to the picture.

❖ If the problem occurs only on certain TV channels, inform your local broadcast, cable, or satellite provider.

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Sound problems

The settings of Side Shared Audio and Rear Shared Audio may be not correct. Check the connections, see

“Connecting a digital audio system” on page 35 .

Turn off and unplug the TV from the AC wall outlet for a few seconds and plug it back in.

Sound problems

Check the antenna/cable connections, see “Connecting a digital audio system” on page 35 .

The station may be having broadcast difficulties. Try another channel.

The sound may be muted. Press the VOL (+ -) buttons.

If you connect a computer using either the PC IN terminal or an

HDMI ® terminal, make sure that the Rear Shared Audio setting is properly set, see

“Connecting a digital audio system” on page 35

.

Remote control problems

Ensure that the remote control is set to the correct device mode, see

“Learning about the remote control” on page 49 .

Remove all obstructions between the remote control and the TV.

Replace the remote control’s batteries, see

“Installing batteries” on page 46 .

Your TV’s remote control may not operate certain features on your external device. Refer to the owner’s manual for your other device to determine its available features. If your TV remote control does not operate a specific feature on another device, use the remote control that came with the device, see

“Learning about the remote control” on page 49 .

If the TV still does not act as expected, perform the Reset Factory

Defaults procedure, see

“Resetting to Factory Defaults” on page 107

.

Channel tuning problems

Ensure that the remote control is set to the correct device mode, see

“Learning about the remote control” on page 49 .

The Auto Tuning feature may have erased the channel from memory. Add the channel to the channel memory, see

“Using

SurfLock™” on page 85

.

The Lock feature may have blocked the channel. Unblock the channel, see

“Using SurfLock™” on page 85 .

Troubleshooting

Closed caption problems

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If you cannot tune digital channels, check the antenna configuration, see

“Initial setup” on page 51 . If the problem

persists, clear all channels from the channel list and reprogram channels into memory, see

“Storing channels in memory

(optional)” on page 66 . For additional information, see

“TV stops responding to controls.” on page 181 . If the problem persists, use

the Reset Factory Defaults procedure, see

“Resetting to Factory

Defaults” on page 107 .

Closed caption problems

If the program or video you have selected is not closed captioned, no captions appear on the screen.

If text is not available, a black rectangle may appear. If this

happens, turn off the closed caption feature, see “Using closed captions” on page 87 .

A closed caption signal may not display correctly under the following circumstances:

The recording is dubbed

The signal reception is weak

The signal reception is nonstandard

For additional information, see

“Using closed captions” on page 87 .

Rating blocking (V-Chip) problems

Forgotten PIN code.

When the PIN code screen appears, press the INFO button 4 times within approximately 5 seconds. The old PIN code is cleared, see

“Forgotten PIN code” on page 91 .

The V-Chip feature is available for U.S. V-Chip systems only, see

“Using parental controls” on page 91

.

HDMI

®

CEC Control operation

HDMI ® CEC Control feature is available for Toshiba HDMI ® CEC compatible devices.

HDMI

®

cables.

Ensure that HDMI

®

cables with the ( ) Logo are used.

The HDMI

®

CEC operation is not working correctly.

When the connected HDMI ® CEC device does not work correctly after you have changed the device’s settings, turn off the TV and

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HDMI® problems

unplug the power cord. After approximately one minute, plug the power cord in and turn on the TV.

If several devices are connected, the HDMI ® may not operate properly.

CEC Control feature

Read the instruction manual of the connected HDMI

®

CEC device.

HDMI

®

problems

HDMI

®

cables.

Ensure that HDMI

page 36 .

® cables with the ( ) Logo are used, see

“Connecting an HDMI® or DVI device to the HDMI® input” on

Network problems

Cannot connect to the Internet.

Check the modem and its incoming cable/telephone connections, see

“Connecting to a home network” on page 42 .

Confirm your modem’s operation.

Ensure your IP address is set up correctly.

No network connection.

If using a wired network connection, check to ensure that the LAN cables are connected properly, see

“Connecting the TV to a home network with an Internet connection - wired” on page 44

.

Ensure that the modem and router power cords are plugged in and the devices are operating properly.

Ensure that your IP address is set up correctly, see “IP Address

Setup” on page 136 .

Check to ensure proper operation of other network connected devices.

Network Setup fails (Auto).

Check to ensure that the LAN cables are connected properly, see

“Connecting the TV to a home network with an Internet connection

- wired” on page 44 .

DHCP is not enabled on the router, or no router is present. Refer to your router’s documentation for instructions on enabling DHCP. If your router does not support DHCP, you must manually set up the

IP address.

Internet service is not available. Check your cable/DSL modem or contact your ISP for Internet service issues.

Troubleshooting

Network problems

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Network Setup fails (Manual).

Ensure that the TV IP address is not the same as any other device on the network.

❖ Example: IP address 192.168.0.100 and IP address

192.168.0.101 are different addresses on the same network.

Make sure the TV IP address is on the same subnet as the networked computer.

❖ Example of proper setup: The computer has the IP address

192.168.0.100 with the Subnet mask 255.255.255.0, the TV has the IP address 192.168.0.101 with the Subnet mask

255.255.255.0; both are on the same subnet.

Example of improper setup: The computer has the IP address

192.168.1.100 with the Subnet mask 255.255.255.0, the TV has the IP address 192.168.0.101 with the Subnet mask

255.255.253.0; they are on different subnets.

Unstable network connection.

When using a wired home network connection, unplug the LAN cables, and then reconnect them.

When using a wireless home network connection:

Reboot the router:

1

Remove AC power from the router and the television for approximately one minute.

2

Reconnect AC power to the router.

3

Reconnect AC power to the television and turn it On.

4

After approximately two minutes, check connection stability.

Connect with LAN cables, if possible, and check connection stability.

❖ Repeat the wireless network setup procedure and check connection stability.

The media server name is not displayed.

The LAN cables, if used, are not connected properly, see

“Connecting the TV to a home network with an Internet connection

- wired” on page 44

.

The WLAN, if used, is not configured properly.

The network setup on the Server is incorrect. Make sure both the media server and TV are using the same network type (DHCP/ manual) and have compatible network settings.

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Wireless network problems

Too many devices are connected. You cannot connect more than 32 sharing devices at one time.

The media server is not turned On.

The “server” is not a media server device.

Check the firewall and streaming settings on the media server.

Wireless network problems

Check that the router/AP (Access point) power is On.

After starting wireless network setup, confirm that the network is configured properly by performing the network connection test, see

“Network Connection Test” on page 139

.

Check the router/AP’s connection status.

If the router/AP does not support PBC or WPS, Easy Setup (PBC) will not work even if the push-button is pressed, see

“Wireless

Setup” on page 131 .

If the available router/AP list is not displayed in Easy Setup (PBC) or Assisted Setup, the power of the router/AP may be Off. Check that it is On, and then try restarting the scan for available

routers/APs, see “Easy Setup using PBC (Push button configuration)” on page 131

.

Refer to the router/AP’s instruction manual.

MediaShare (Media Player) problems

Ensure that the devices (Display and Server) are connected correctly.

Incorrect functionality may occur when using a USB HUB connection.

Photo files that were processed and edited using the computer’s application software may not be viewable.

When viewing content that supports two or more formats the display may select one format automatically.

Copyright protected content stored on the media server may not be playable on the display.

Content playback stability may be affected by heavy network traffic.

Content originally recorded on a computer may not play correctly.

Set the media sharing of the media server to the correct settings, according to the media server instruction manual.

Troubleshooting

Light Indicator

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Confirm that the contents of either the media server or the USB storage device are in formats that are supported by this TV, see

“MediaShare (Media Player) specifications” on page 157

.

Depending on the media server, access may be limited by the MAC address. Set the server according to the media server’s instruction manual. This TV’s MAC Address can be confirmed in the Network

Setup portion of the User Menu, see “MAC Address” on page 138

.

For Connected MediaShare (Media Player)

Depending on the media server, it may take time to display the list.

Media Renderer

Depending the state of this TV, Media Controller may not be able to control a Media Renderer playback.

If Media Renderer playback starts regardless of the user's intention, check the access control of Media Renderer or set Media Renderer to Off.

If you use a wireless access point without encryption, there is the risk that your Media Renderer device could be controlled by an unknown Media Controller. You can protect your Media Renderer device by going to NETWORK> Network Device Setup> Media

Renderer Setup> Media Controller Setup and limit the authorized Media Controller devices, see

“Media Controller setup” on page 170 .

Light Indicator

The Power light on the front of the TV indicates the TV’s status, as described below.

Power On/Standby light

Green:

The TV is On and operating properly.

No light:

The power is Off or in Standby.

Green flashing:

The system is booting. The screen appears after a short wait.

❖ The fan has stopped. Turn off the TV and unplug the power cord. After approximately one minute, plug the power cord in again and turn on the TV.

Red flashing:

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If the problem persists after trying the solutions

Power On failure. Turn off the TV and unplug the power cord.

After approximately one minute, plug the power cord in again and turn on the TV.

If the problem persists after trying the solutions

In the U.S., visit TAIS Consumer Solutions on the web at support.toshiba.com or call 800-631-3811.

In Canada, locate the nearest Toshiba authorized service depot.

Visit www.toshiba.ca

; click “Home Entertainment,” and then click

“Support.”

Appendix A

Specifications

NOTE

This model complies with the specifications listed below.

Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.

This model may not be compatible with features and/or specifications that may be added in the future.

Television system

NTSC standard

ATSC standard 8VSB

Digital Cable 64 QAM, 256 QAM; in-the-clear, unencrypted

Channel coverage

VHF

UHF

Cable TV

2 through 13

14 through 69

Mid band (A-8 through A-1, A through I)

Super band (J through W)

Hyper band (AA through ZZ, AAA, BBB)

Ultra band (65 through 94, 100 through 135)

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Power source

Power source

120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power consumption

42L6200U

47L6200U

55L6200U

47L7200U

55L7200U

0.8 A (maximum current)

0.3 W in Standby mode

0.9 A (maximum current)

0.3 W in Standby mode

1.0 A (maximum current)

0.3 W in Standby mode

1.2 A (maximum current)

0.3 W in Standby mode

1.4 A (maximum current)

0.3 W in Standby mode

Audio power

42L6200U

47L6200U

55L6200U

47L7200U

55L7200U

Speaker type

10 W + 10 W

10 W + 10 W

10 W + 10 W

10 W + 10 W

10 W + 10 W

42L6200U

47L6200U

55L6200U

47L7200U

55L7200U

Tweeter 8.2cm x 3.4cm (3 1/4 x 1 1/3 inch) x 2 pcs

Woofer 3.9cm x 1.6cm (1/12 x 3/5 inch) x 2 pcs

Tweeter 8.2cm x 3.4cm (3 1/4 x 1 1/3 inch) x 2 pcs

Woofer 3.9cm x 1.6cm (1/12 x 3/5 inch) x 2 pcs

Tweeter 8.2cm x 3.4cm (3 1/4 x 1 1/3 inch) x 2 pcs

Woofer 3.9cm x 1.6cm (1/12 x 3/5 inch) x 2 pcs

Tweeter 8.2cm x 3.4cm (3 1/4 x 1 1/3 inch) x 2 pcs

Woofer 3.9cm x 1.6cm (1/12 x 3/5 inch) x 2 pcs

Tweeter 8.2cm x 3.4cm (3 1/4 x 1 1/3 inch) x 2 pcs

Woofer 3.9cm x 1.6cm (1/12 x 3/5 inch) x 2 pcs

Specifications

Video/audio terminals

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Video/audio terminals

Video/audio input

Video

Audio

1 V (p-p), 75 ohm, negative sync.

200 mV (rms) (-20dBFS)

ColorStream

®

(component video) HD input

Video

Y: 1V (p-p), 75 ohm

P

R

: 0.7V (p-p), 75 ohm

P

B

: 0.7V (p-p), 75 ohm

Suggested formats: 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i

200 mV (rms) 22 k ohm or greater Audio

HDMI

®

input

HDMI

®

compliant

HDCP compliant

Suggested formats See table on page 195

HDMI

®

Audio

Dolby

®

Digital and 2-channel Linear-PCM; 32/44.1/48 kHz sampling frequency; 16/20/24 bits per sample

Digital audio output

Optical type

PC input

15-Pin D-sub Analog RGB

Wireless connection

Standard

Host Interface

IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/

USB 2.0 compatible

Security WEP 64/128, TKIP, AES, WPA/WPA2-PSK, WPS, None

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Dimensions (include foot stand)

Ethernet

IEEE 802.3.

USB

Universal Serial Bus Specification, Revison 1.1.

Universal Serial Bus Specification, Revison 2.0.

Dimensions (include foot stand)

42L6200U

47L6200U

55L6200U

47L7200U

55L7200U

Depth

Width

Height

Depth

Width

Height

Depth

Width

Height

Depth

Width

Height

Depth

Width

Height

37.59” (954.7 mm)

24.85” (631.1 mm)

8.43” (214.12 mm)

41.90” (1064.2 mm)

27.39” (695.7 mm)

9.25” (234.9 mm)

48.59" (1234.1 mm)

31.30" (795 mm)

11.29" (286.7 mm)

41.90" (1064.2 mm)

27.39" (695.7 mm)

9.25" (234.9 mm)

48.59" (1234.1 mm)

31.30" (795mm)

11.33" (287.7 mm)

Mass (weight)

42L6200U

47L6200U

55L6200U

47L7200U

55L7200U

Operating conditions

29.54 lbs (13.3 kg)

35.93 lbs (16.2 kg)

51.59 lbs (23.4 kg)

37.48 lbs (17 kg)

55.56 lbs (25.2 kg)

Temperature

Humidity

32º - 95º F (0º - 35º C)

20 - 80% (no moisture condensation)

Specifications

Supplied accessories

195

Supplied accessories

❖ Remote control with two size “AA” batteries

❖ L7200U model number: CT-90395

❖ L6200U model number: CT-90408

❖ Resource Guide

❖ Pedestal and hardware

❖ Warranty

❖ Wireless QWERTY keyboard (2x AAA batteries)

❖ IR blaster cable

❖ AV adapter cables

❖ Component adapter cable

❖ Four pairs of 3D glasses

NOTE

The USB QWERTY keyboard supplied with this TV is a standard U.S. layout keyboard. The accented characters for French and Spanish may not be available in certain cases.

Acceptable signal formats for PC IN, HDMI

®

, and 3D

PC IN signal formats

NOTE

The PC IN on this TV only accepts signal formats which are compliant with VESA-DMT as in the table below. Since some

PCs input signals are different from the resolution and frequency described in the table below, the following problems may occur: incorrect display, false format detection, picture position failure, blur, or judder. In these cases, set the monitor output format on your computer to conform to any of the signals in the table below.

The signals whose vertical frequency is 56 Hz, 70 Hz, 72 Hz, or

75 Hz are converted to a 60 Hz signal.

When you connect a computer to this TV, it is recommended that you set the refresh rate of your computer to 60 Hz.

The PC IN on this TV does not accept the Sync on Green,

Composite Sync, and Interlace signals.

196

Specifications

Acceptable signal formats for PC IN, HDMI®, and 3D

Format Resolution V. Frequency H. Frequency

VGA

Pixel Clock

Frequency

VESA

Standard

(DMT)

640 x 480 59.940/60 Hz 31.469/31.500 kHz 25.175/25.200 MHz TBD

72.809 Hz

75.000 Hz

37.861 kHz

37.500 kHz

31.500 MHz

31.500 MHz

TBD

TBD

SVGA 800 x 600 56.250 Hz

60.317 Hz

72.188 Hz

75.000 Hz

35.156 kHz

37.879 kHz

48.077 kHz

46.875 kHz

36.000 MHz

40.000 MHz

50.000 MHz

49.500 MHz

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

XGA 1024 x 768 60.004 Hz

70.069 Hz

75.029 Hz

WXGA 1280 x 768 59.995 Hz

59.870 Hz

74.893 Hz

1360 x 768 60.015 Hz

SXGA 1280 x 1024 60.020 Hz

75.025 Hz

48.363 kHz

56.476 kHz

60.023 kHz

47.396 kHz

47.776 kHz

60.289 kHz

47.712 kHz

63.981 kHz

79.976 kHz

65.000 MHz

75.000 MHz

78.750 MHz

68.250 MHz

79.500 MHz

102.250 MHz

85.500 MHz

108.000 MHz

135.000 MHz

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

HDMI

®

signal formats

NOTE

The HDMI

®

inputs on this TV only accept VGA, SVGA, XGA,

WXGA, and SXGA signal formats which are compliant with

VESA-DMT as in the table below. Since some computer, HDMI

®

, or DVI device input signals are different from the resolution and frequency described in the table below, the following problems may occur: incorrect display, false format detection, picture position failure, blur, or judder. In these cases, set the monitor output format on your computer, HDMI

®

, or DVI device to conform to any of the signals in the table below.

The signals whose vertical frequency is 24 Hz, 56 Hz, 70 Hz,

72 Hz, or 75 Hz are converted to a 60 Hz signal.

When you connect a computer to this TV, it is recommended that you set the refresh rate of your computer to 60 Hz.

Specifications

Acceptable signal formats for PC IN, HDMI®, and 3D

197

Format Resolution V. Frequency H. Frequency

31.469 kHz

37.861 kHz

37.500 kHz

35.156 kHz

37.879 kHz

48.077 kHz

46.875 kHz

48.363 kHz

56.476 kHz

60.023 kHz

47.396 kHz

47.776 kHz

60.289 kHz

47.712 kHz

63.981 kHz

79.976 kHz

Pixel Clock

Frequency

25.175 MHz

31.500 MHz

31.500 MHz

36.000 MHz

40.000 MHz

50.000 MHz

49.500 MHz

65.000 MHz

75.000 MHz

78.750 MHz

68.250 MHz

79.500 MHz

102.250 MHz

85.500 MHz

108.000 MHz

135.000 MHz

VESA

Standard

(DMT)

TBD VGA

SVGA

XGA

640 x 480 59.940 Hz

72.809 Hz

WXGA 1280 x 768 59.995 Hz

SXGA 1280 x 1024 60.020 Hz

480i

800 x 600

75.000 Hz

56.250 Hz

60.317 Hz

72.188 Hz

75.000 Hz

1024 x 768 60.004 Hz

70.069 Hz

75.029 Hz

59.870 Hz

74.893 Hz

1360 x 768 60.015 Hz

75.000 Hz

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

720 x 480i 59.940/60 Hz 15.734/15.750 kHz 27.000/27.027 MHz TBD

480p 720 x 480p 59.940/60 Hz 31.469/31.500 kHz 27.000/27.027 MHz TBD

720p 1280 x 720p 59.940/60 Hz 44.955/45.000 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz TBD

1080i 1920 x 1080i 59.940/60 Hz 33.716/33.750 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz TBD

1080p 1920 x 1080p 23.976/24 Hz 26.973/27.000 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz TBD

59.940/60 Hz 67.433/67.500 kHz 148.352/

148.500 MHz

TBD

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Specifications

Acceptable signal formats for PC IN, HDMI®, and 3D

3D Signal formats*

Resolution Aspect ratio

V. Frequency H. Frequency Pixel Clock

Frequency

1280 x 720p 16:9 23.98 Hz 17.98 kHz 59.341 MHz

29.97 Hz

59.940/60 Hz

22.48 kHz

90.0/89.91 kHz

3D Structure

Side by Side (half)

Top and Bottom

Side by Side (half) 74.176 MHz

Top and Bottom

148.352/148.500 MHz Frame Packing

44.955/45.000 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz

1920 x 1080i 16:9 59.940/60 Hz 33.716/33.750 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz Side by Side (half)

Top and Bottom

1920 x 1080p 16:9 23.976/24 Hz 54/53.94 kHz

Side by Side (half)

Top and Bottom

29.97/30 Hz

26.973 kHz

67.5/67.43 kHz

148.352/148.500 MHz Frame Packing

Side by Side (half)

74.176/74.250 MHz

Top and Bottom

148.352/148.500 MHz Frame Packing

33.716/33.75 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz

Side by Side (half)

Top and Bottom

59.940/60 Hz 67.433/67.500 kHz 148.352/148.500 MHz Side by Side (half)

Top and Bottom

*Some content may not be supported depending on the input source format.

Specifications

Operating the TV with combination buttons

199

Operating the TV with combination buttons

You can directly operate the TV power, input switch, picture size switch, and picture mode switch by pressing a combination button while holding down a color button.

Button Color Combination Button

3D

POWER

1

RED

4

5

2

3

8

9

6

7

1

2

0

MUTE

GREEN 5

6

3

4

7

8

MUTE

Behavior/Mode

Power Off

Power On

Input 1

Input 2

Input 3

Input 4

Input 5

Input 6

Input 7

Input 8

Input 9

Input 10

Mute On

Native (picture size)

4:3 (picture size)

TheaterWide 1 (picture size)

TheaterWide 2 (picture size)

TheaterWide 3 (picture size)

Full (picture size)

Normal (picture size)

Dot by Dot (picture size)

1/2 Mute On

200

Specifications

Operating the TV with combination buttons

Button Color Combination Button

1

2

YELLOW 5

6

3

4

7

8

MUTE

Behavior/Mode

AutoView (picture mode)

Dynamic (picture mode)

Standard (picture mode)

Movie (picture mode)

- (picture mode)

Store (picture mode)

Game (picture mode)

PC (picture mode)

Mute Off

Index

Numerics

3D

2D from Quick menu

79

3D from Quick menu

78

3D lock

83

3D timer lock

83

adjusting 2D to 3D depth

84

auto start mode

81

button operation

76

change pin code

82

delete pin code

82

enable 3D timer

83

enter new pin code

81

forgotten pin code

82

functions

74

Native mode

80

selecting format

76

setting 3D pin code

81

start message

82

switch left right images

85

switching display mode

76

switching to 2D mode

79

switching to 3D mode

77

viewing images

72

4/3 stretch using

114

A

advanced picture settings

Auto Brightness Sensor

120

Backlight Adjustment Pro

120

Base Color Adjustment

121

Color temperature

122

ColorMaster™

121

DNR

119

DynaLight®

118

Dynamic Contrast

117

Edge Enhancer

117

MPEG NR

119

resetting to factory default

122

Static Gamma

118

using

117

Apps Control Profile

171

audio adjusting balance

125

adjusting range

126

Audyssey Dynamic Volume®

127

bass/treble

126

201

202

Index

Dolby® Digital Dynamic Range

Control

126

muting sound

125

optical audio output format

126

Auto Aspect using

114

auto input features

70

C

cables

3.5mm to RCA Y-cable

29

analog RGB (15-pin)

29

coaxial (F-type)

27

component video (red/green/blue)

28

Dual-wand IR blaster cable

29

HDMI®

28

LAN

30

optical audio

29

overview of cables

27

standard A/V (red/white/yellow)

27

channel return

85

channels auto tuning

66

labeling analog TV channels

69

labeling video inputs

70

locking specific channels

95

manual tuning

67

next programmed channel

85

skipping

68

skipping video inputs

68

specific channel

85

storing in memory

66

closed captions

Analog CC mode

87

button

90

Digital CC settings

89

using

87

computer adjusting image

102

setting the audio

103

to the TV’s HDMI®

41

using with the TV

102

connecting a computer

39

audio system

35

cable TV

30

camcorder

30

computer to TV’s PC IN

39

DVD player with ColorStream®

31

DVI device to HDMI® input

36

HDMI® audio system

39

HDMI® device to HDMI® input

36

IR devices

33

satellite receiver

31

to a computer (no Internet connection)

43

to a home network

42

to a home network (no Internet connection)

43

to a home network (wired Internet connection)

44

to a home network (wireless

Internet connection)

44

TV’s HDMI®

41

VCR

31

VCR and antenna

30

control other devices

HDMI®-CEC Control

38

control panel lock

97

controlling other devices

TV remote

38

E

ePORTAL

142

add favorites

152

Apps

144

create event

151

create messages

151

delete event

151

editing favorite apps

152

events

151

MediaShare

157

modify favorites

152

preferences

153

search

143

select apps

144

view favorites

152

ePortal

142

ePORTAL Internet

147

access web page

150

adding favorites

150

browsing favorites

149

expert picture settings

RGB Filter

123

setting

122

Test Pattern

122

White Balance

123

External Control Setup

167

F

Factory Defaults reset

107

favorites adding

150

browsing

149

viewing

152

features

21

H

HDMI® viewing signal information

102

HDMI® CEC adjusting amplifier’s audio

100

controlling playback devices

98

input source selection

100

other functions

101

HDMI® CEC Control using

97

HDMI® settings feature using

101

home network

Index

203 using

129

I

icon safety

20

initial settings change

64

individual settings

65

navigate the menu

64

quick setup

64

initial setup

51

main menu layout

62

menu navigation

61

quick menu

63

IR Blaster Out terminal using

33

IR Blaster setup

55

M

Media Renderer device name setup

169

maximum volume setup

170

Media Controller setup

170

MediaGuide

153

operating

154

setup

153

MediaShare (Media Player) basic operation

158

playing music files

162

specifications

157

viewing movie files

160

viewing photo files

164

Music access via ePORTAL

157

N

network advanced setup

136

connection test

139

DNS setup

137

initial setup

58

setup

131

wireless setup

131

204

Index

Network Device Setup

167

no signal power down set

106

O

overview installation

22

setup

22

use

22

P

parental controls blocking programs/movies by rating (V-Chip)

91

using

91

Photos access via ePORTAL

157

picture adjusting

115

adjusting quality

115

picture mode selecting

115

picture settings locking

124

picture size

4/3

111

Dot by Dot

113

Full

111

Native

110

Normal

113

selecting

109

TheaterWide 1

112

TheaterWide 2

112

TheaterWide 3

112

pin code changing

91

deleting

91

entering new pin code

91

forgotten

91

setting pin code

90

power failure

108

program ratings displaying

95

unlocking programs

95

Q

quick setup

ANT/CABLE IN

66

local time

65

location

65

menu language

65

R

rating system

93

downloading additional

92

S

safety icons

20

scrolling the picture

113

shared inputs configuring

70

SmartTV using

142

YouTube™

146

SmartTV™

CinemaNow®

147

Netflix

144

VUDU™

145

software keyboard using

139

software licenses show

141

software upgrade performing

140

specifications

3D Signal formats

198

acceptable signal formats

195

audio power

192

channel coverage

191

ColorStream® HD input

193

Digital audio output

193

dimensions

194

ethernet

194

HDMI® input

193

HDMI® signal formats

196

mass (weight)

194

operating conditions

194

PC IN signal formats

195

PC input

193

power consumption

192

power source

192

remote, combination buttons

199

speaker type

192

supplied accessories

195

TV system

191

USB

194

video/audio terminals

193

wireless connection

193

support information show

107

SurfLock™ using

85

T

time limit set for games

96

timer sleep timer

105

turn on TV

104

Toshiba A/V Remote App

Combo

176

controlling devices

173

initial setup

172

mouse control

175

text input

175

Toshiba MediaGuide app

177

touchpad control

176

Toshiba MediaGuide app

177

detail screen

178

Genre Bar

178

movie/TV portal

178

popup, detailed information

178

search

178

TV listings

177

Toshiba Send & Play App

178

launching

179

text input

180

Index

205 troubleshooting

181

channel tuning problems

184

closed caption problems

185

contact Toshiba

190

HDMI®

186

HDMI® CEC Control problems

185

light indicator

189

light indicator functions

189

MediaShare (Media Player) problems

188

network problems

186

picture problems

182

Rating blocking problems

185

remote control problems

184

sound problems

184

wireless network problems

188

TV connections front

23

side

23

TV panel connections back

24

TV panel controls front

23

left side

23

side

23

TV remote control other devices

46

effective range

48

functionality

49

install batteries

46

TV status information show

106

V

Video access via ePORTAL

157

video input locking

96

selecting

86

W

web browser

147

206

Index

access web page

150

adding favorites

150

browsing favorites

149

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