46UL610U 55UL610U 65UL610U Integrated High Definition

Integrated High Definition
LCD Television
46UL610U
55UL610U
65UL610U
For an overview of steps for setting up your new TV, see page 12.
Note: To display a High Definition picture, the TV must be receiving a
High Definition signal (such as an over-the-air High Definition TV
broadcast, a High Definition digital cable program, or a High
Definition digital satellite program). For details, please contact your
TV antenna installer, cable provider, or satellite provider.
© 2011 TOSHIBA CORPORATION
All Rights Reserved
Owner’s Record
The model number and serial number are on the back
and side of your TV. Record these numbers in the
spaces below. Refer to these numbers whenever you
communicate with your Toshiba dealer about this TV.
www.support.toshiba.com
Model number:
Serial number:
TD/M
VX1A00195300
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this Toshiba LCD TV. This
manual will help you use the many exciting features of your
new LCD TV. Before operating your LCD TV, please
read this manual completely, and keep it nearby for
future reference.
Safety Precautions
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely
attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the
installation instructions. See item 26 on p. 4 and
instructions on p. 5.
If television is not positioned in a sufficiently stable
location, it can be potentially hazardous due to falling.
WARNING
: If you decide to wall mount this
television, always use a UL Listed wall bracket
appropriate for the size and weight of this television.
The use of any wall bracket other than a UL Listed wall
bracket appropriate for the size and weight of this
television for wall mounting this television could result
in serious bodily injury and/or property damage. See
“Removing the Pedestal Stand” (- p. 6).
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 34 and 35 on p. 4.
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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.
Important Safety Instructions
1)
2)
3)
4)
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
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 apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of Wide blade
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.
• 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 the product or play with the
plastic bag. Keep the product 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:
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
19)
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.
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.
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
consult your doctor.
WARNING: NEVER expose batteries to
excessive heat such as sunshine, fire, or
the like.
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.
24) 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.
25) Never place the TV in an unstabilized location such as on
a shaky table, incline or location subject to vibration.
• Only use cabinets fit for such purpose or stands
recommended by the manufacturer of the TV.
• Only use furniture that can safely support the TV.
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• Ensure that the TV is not hanging over the edge of the
supporting furniture.
• Never place the TV on tall furniture (for example,
cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring both the
furniture and the TV to a suitable support
• Never stand the TV on cloth or other material placed
between the TV and supporting furniture.
The TV may drop or fall off which may cause an injury or
damage.
26) Always place the TV on the floor or a sturdy, level, stable
surface that can support the weight of the unit. In order to
maintain stability and prevent the TV from falling over,
secure the TV by either of the methods below:
• Secure the TV with the supplied mounting screw.
(recommended)
Place the TV on a sturdy surface that has a sufficient
thickness and screw the unit on the surface securely
by using the mounting screw and the fall-prevention
screw hole.
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.
30) Always place the back of the television at least 4 (four)
inches away from any vertical surface (such as a wall) to
allow proper ventilation.
31) 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.
32) Never overload wall outlets and extension cords.
33) Always operate this equipment from a 120 VAC, 60 Hz
power source only.
34) 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).
Antenna lead-in wire
Mounting screw
(supplied)
Ground clamp
Antenna discharge unit
(NEC Section 810-20)
Screw hole
TV back
• 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.
4"
min.
Ground clamps
Securement
Clip (supplied)
TV top
Securement
Clip (supplied)
27) Never stand or climb on the TV.
• Educate children about the dangers
of climbing on furniture to reach the
TV or its controls.
Be especially careful in households
with children to prevent them from
climbing on top of the TV. It may move,
fall over, break, become damaged or cause an injury.
Grounding conductors
(NEC Section 810-21)
Power service grounding
electrode system (NEC Art 250 Part-H)
35)
DANGER: RISK OF SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH!
Sturdy strap (as short as possible)
Hooks
TV side
Electric service equipment
• 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:
28) 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.
36) 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.
29) 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.
37) Always unplug the TV before
cleaning. When cleaning your
TV, please first remove any dirt or
dust from the surface. Gently
wipe the cabinet and the display
panel surface (the TV screen)
with a dry, soft cloth (cotton, flannel, etc.). Harsh rubbing
or use of a dirty or stiff cloth will scratch the TV surface.
Avoid contact with alcohol, thinner, benzene, acidic or
alkaline solvent cleaners, abrasive cleaners, or chemical
cloths, which may damage the TV surface. Never spray
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volatile compounds such as insecticide on the TV
surface. Such products may damage or discolor the TV.
38) Never hit, press, or place anything on the back cover.
These actions will damage internal parts.
47) 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.
Choosing a location for your LCD TV
To Display your LCD TV on the included Pedestal
Stand:
39)
WARNING:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!
Never spill liquids or push objects of any kind into the TV
cabinet slots.
40) During a lightning storm, do not touch the connecting
cables or TV set.
41) 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.
42) ALWAYS unplug the TV to completely disconnect from
main 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.
43) 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.
44)
WARNING: RISK OF
SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY OR EQUIPMENT
DAMAGE!
Never strike the screen with a sharp
or heavy object.
45) • 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 37 on p. 4.
Service
46)
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.
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 stud, pillar, surface,
or other immovable structure. To secure the TV in this
manner: (1) attach the provided securement clip to an
immovable structure, then (2) pass a sturdy strap
through the securement clip and attach each end to
the hooks located on the back of the TV. Be sure to
leave at least 4 inches between the TV and the wall or
similar structure for ventilation. See item 26, p. 4 for
additional details.
To Display your LCD TV using a Wall Bracket:
If you decide to wall mount your LCD TV, always use a UL
Listed wall bracket appropriate for the size and weight of
the LCD TV (- p. 2) :
CAUTION:
1. Two people are required for installation.
2. Never use the screws attached to the TV.
3. To install a wall-mount from another manufacturer, use
the enclosed SPACERS.
1) Unplug and remove any cables and/or other
component connectors from the rear of the TV.
2) Carefully lay the front of the unit face down on a flat,
cushioned surface such as a quilt or blanket.
3) 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.
4) Make sure to place the spacers provided with the TV
between the bracket and the back of the TV.
5) Always use the screws supplied or recommended by
the wall mount manufacturer.
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1. Remove the four screws.
(Do not use these for attaching
a wall bracket.)
2. Place the four spacers (supplied).
Screw
Wall bracket
Spacer (supplied)
TV back panel
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.
• 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 liquid crystal shutter function.
• 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.
• Be careful not to pinch your fingers in the hinge of the
3D glasses.
Cautions on watching the 3D images
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 seven screws.
3) Once you have removed all
seven screws holding the
pedestal stand in place, remove
the pedestal stand from the TV
Seven screws
by sliding the pedestal stand
away from the TV.
Safety Precautions for 3D glasses
Note: See p. 34 for compatible type of 3D glasses.
Warning
About handling the 3D glasses
• Do not leave the 3D glasses or the accessories within
the reach of small children.
Inhaling or swallowing them may cause suffocation or
lesions in the stomach wall.
If swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
• Do not repair, modify, or disassemble the 3D glasses
by yourself.
Doing so may cause a fire or cause you to become
indisposed while viewing 3D images.
• Do not expose the glasses to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire, or the like.
Caution
About the 3D glasses
• 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 stand or walk while wearing 3D glasses.
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• 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.
• 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.
• If you feel eye fatigue or other discomfort from
viewing 3D video images, remove the 3D glasses and
discontinue use 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.
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.
The ideal viewing distance should be at least three times
the screen height.
screen height
• Watch the TV within effective viewing angle.
Otherwise, you may not see the correct 3D image.
Effective viewing angle:
- Within 30° horizontal, 20° vertical
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.
CANADIAN NOTICE
For Model FPT-AG02
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
California state law
Perchlorate Material — special handling may apply,
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
USA - Federal Communications
Commission Statement
FCC Compliance Statement
Toshiba television models 46UL610U, 55UL610U, and
65UL610U 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: 1-800-631-3811
Interference: This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one 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.
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.
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 20 cm
between the radiator & your body.
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Canada - Industry Canada Statement
ENERGY STAR® User Information
This device complies with RSS-210.
ENERGY STAR User Information Statement: the factory
default settings of this television meet ENERGY STAR®
requirements. Enabling or changing certain features and
functionality (e.g. Picture Settings, Auto Brightness Sensor)
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 [AutoView] picture
mode, and set the Auto Brightness Sensor to [On] mode.
[AutoView] mode is recommended for normal home use.
For more information, see p. 57.
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
20 cm between the radiator & your body.
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 LCD 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 is displayed 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
•
•
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Audyssey Dynamic Volume® controls volume
levels to eliminate loud spikes and raise soft
dialog for more enjoyable television and movie
viewing. Audyssey EQ® provides clear,
accurate and natural sound right out of the
box. Together, these technologies ensure you
enjoy your audio experience as much as your
video.
• Manufactured under license from Audyssey Laboratories.
U.S. and foreign patents pending. Audyssey EQ and
Audyssey Dynamic Volume are registered trademarks of
Audyssey Laboratories.
•
®
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9
Contents
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Installation, Care, and Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Choosing a location for your LCD TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Safety Precautions for 3D glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Chapter 1: Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Overview of installation, setup, and use . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Front panel control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Back panel connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Bundling the cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Chapter 2: Connecting your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Overview of cable types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
About the illustrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Connecting to a Satellite dish, an Antenna, or Cable
TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Connecting an HDMI® or DVI device to the HDMI
input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Connecting a VCR or DVD player with ColorStream®
(component video) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Connecting remote IR devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Connecting a digital audio system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Using the TV remote and HDMI® CEC Control to
control other devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Connecting an HDMI audio system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Connecting a PC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Connecting to a home network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Chapter 3: Using the remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Controlling other devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Installing batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Learning about the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Chapter 4: Initial Setup and Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Initial Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Navigating the menu system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Main menu layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Quick menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Chapter 5: Setting up your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Changing Initial settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Menu language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Local Time Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
ANT/CABLE IN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Storing channels in memory (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Auto Tuning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Manual Tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Skipping channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Skipping video inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Labeling channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Labeling video inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Configuring shared inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Setting the Auto Input feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Chapter 6: Basic features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Viewing 3D images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Using the 3D glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Using 3D functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Tuning channels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Setting the Channel Tuning Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Tuning in to the next programmed channel . . . . . . . 41
Tuning in to a specific channel
(programmed or unprogrammed). . . . . . . . . . . 41
Using the Channel Browser™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
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Using Channel Return . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Using SurfLock™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Selecting the video input to view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Using closed captions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Analog CC mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Digital CC settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Setting the PIN code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Entering a new PIN code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Changing or deleting your PIN code . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Forgotten PIN code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Using parental controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Blocking TV programs and movies by rating
(V-Chip) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Downloading an additional rating system . . . . . . . . 46
Displaying ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Unlocking programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Locking specific channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Locking video input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Setting a time limit for games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Locking the control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Using HDMI® CEC Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Controlling HDMI® CEC playback devices. . . . . . . . 49
HDMI® CEC Control input source selection . . . . . . . 49
Adjusting the amplifier’s audio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Other HDMI® CEC Control functions . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Using the HDMI® settings feature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Viewing the HDMI® signal information. . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Using your PC with the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Adjusting the image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Setting the PC audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Setting the timer to turn on the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Setting the sleep timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Adjusting the POWER LED’s brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Setting Automatic Power Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Setting No Signal Power Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Displaying TV status information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Viewing support information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Resetting to Factory Defaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Power failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Chapter 7: Picture and sound controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Selecting the picture size. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Scrolling the picture. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Using the Auto Aspect feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Using the 4:3 Stretch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Freezing the picture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Adjusting the picture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Selecting the picture mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Adjusting the picture quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Using the advanced picture settings features . . . . . . . . 58
Edge Enhancer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Dynamic Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
DynaLight™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Static Gamma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Film Stabilization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
ClearScan 480™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
MPEG NR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
DNR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Auto Brightness Sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Backlight Adjustment Pro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
ColorMaster™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Base Color Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Color temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Resetting to the factory default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Setting the Expert Picture Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Test Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
RGB Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
White Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Resetting to the factory default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Locking the picture settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Adjusting the audio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Muting the sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Selecting stereo/SAP broadcasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Adjusting the audio balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Adjusting the range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Selecting the optical audio output format . . . . . . . . . 62
Using the Dolby® Digital Dynamic Range Control
feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Using Audyssey Dynamic Volume® . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Using advanced sound features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Using surround sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Chapter 8: Advanced features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Using your home network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Setting up the Network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Wireless Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Advanced Network Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Network Connection Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Using the software keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Performing a Software Upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Viewing the Software Licenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Using the NET TV™ feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
NET TV menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Netflix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
VUDU™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
YouTube™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
CinemaNow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Blockbuster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Pandora. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Yahoo!® TV Widgets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Using the Media Player. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Media Player Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Basic operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Viewing Movie files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Playing Music files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Viewing Photo files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Using the Wallpaper feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Chapter 9: Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
General troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
LED indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Chapter 10: Appendix. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Acceptable signal formats for PC IN, HDMI, and 3D . 84
PC IN signal formats. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
HDMI signal formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
3D signal formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Remote control functional key chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Operating other devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Programming the remote to operate other devices . . . 89
Device code setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Searching for a device code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Locking the volume keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Clearing the remote’s programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Resetting to the factory default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Operating the TV with combination buttons. . . . . . . . . 91
Remote control codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Limited United States Warranty
for LCD Televisions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Limited United States Warranty
Product - Exchange Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Limited Canadian Warranty
for Toshiba Brand Flat Panel Televisions . . . . . . . . 100
Limited Canadian Warranty
for Toshiba Brand 3D Glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
11
Chapter 1: Introduction
Features
•Integrated digital tuning (8VSB ATSC and QAM)
eliminates the need for a separate digital converter
set-top box (in most cases).
•1080p output resolution.
•Four HDMI® digital, High-Definition Multimedia
Interfaces with 1080p input support (- p. 17).
•HDMI capabilities
ARC (Audio Return Channel) enables the audio
signal of the TV to be sent to an AV amplifier via an
HDMI cable.
HDMI INSTAPORT™ technology reduces lag time
when switching HDMI sources.
RGB Range adjusts RGB full range signal
automatically.
•HDMI® CEC Control allows control of external
devices from the TV remote via HDMI connection (p. 48).
•ColorStream® HD high-resolution component video
input.
•Digital Audio Out optical audio connection with
Dolby® Digital optical output format (- p. 62).
•PC IN (Analog RGB) computer terminal (- p. 22).
•IR IN/OUT IR OUT is for controlling infrared remotecontrolled devices through the TV. IR IN is for
connecting to IR OUT on other devices (- p. 19).
•Built-in WLAN Allows the television to access your
home wireless network without an external Dual
Band WLAN Adapter.
•Yahoo!® TV Widgets are Internet applications
designed to run on your TV (- p. 71).
•ColorMaster™ lets you adjust the TV’s standard colors
(- p. 60).
•ClearScan 480™ provides picture clarity for fast
motion video using new Backlight Scanning
technology (-p. 59).
•AutoView® lets you automatically adjust picture
settings based on ambient light conditions and input
signal content (- p. 57).
•Dynamic Volume (Audyssey Dynamic Volume®)
eliminates inconsistent TV volume when changing
channels or viewing commercials (- p. 62).
•Media Player lets you view photo files and play music
or movie files (- p. 73).
•3D capability Take movie and photo watching to a
whole new dimension, and let yourself be blown
away with the depth and detail of 3D before your very
own eyes.
ENERGY STAR® qualified
•
12
Overview of installation, setup,
and use
Follow these steps to set up your TV and begin using its
many exciting features.
1 To choose a location for the TV:
• Read “Important notes about your LCD TV”
(- p. 8).
• Place the TV in an appropriate location (- p. 2–6).
2 Do not plug in any power cords until AFTER you
have connected all cables and devices to your TV.
3 BEFORE connecting cables or devices to the TV,
learn the functions of the TV’s connections and
controls (- p. 13).
4 Connect your other electronic device(s) to the TV
(- p. 15–23).
5 See “Chapter 3: Using the remote control” (- p. 24)
for an overview of the buttons on the remote
control, installing the batteries, and preparing to
operate your other device(s).
6 AFTER connecting all cables and devices, plug in
the power cords for your TV and other devices.
When you turn on the TV, the Initial Setup menu
appears.
7 See “Chapter 4: Initial Setup and Menu” for a quick
overview of navigating the TV’s menu system
(- p. 26).
8 Program channels into the TV’s channel memory
(- p. 30).
9 See Chapters 6, 7 and 8, for details on using the TV’s
features.
10 For help, refer to “Chapter 9: Troubleshooting” (p. 79).
11 See “Chapter 10: Appendix”, for technical
specifications and warranty information (- p. 82).
Chapter 1: Introduction
Front panel control
Examples show Model 46UL610U.
Touch key function:
TV front
Remote Sensor
Effective range: 16.4 ft (5 m)
3D IR
Angle (- p. 7), LED (- p. 81)
Service LED
(- p. 81)
Touch sensor
See “LED indications” (- p. 81).
Brightness Sensor
This sensor will detect the ambient light conditions to
optimize the backlighting levels (- p. 59).
– First touch: these only light up.
– Second touch: these are available.
• POWER – To turn the TV on and off.
• B b – To change the channel. When a
menu is onscreen, these keys function
as up/down menu navigation
buttons.
• + - – To adjust the volume level. When
a menu is onscreen, these keys
function as left/right menu
navigation buttons.
• MENU – To access the menu. When a
menu is onscreen, the MENU key on
the TV’s control panel functions as the
RETURN button.
• INPUT – To change the source you are
viewing. When a menu is onscreen,
the INPUT key on the TV's control
panel functions as the OK button.
Back panel connections
For explanations of cable types and connections, see p. 15–23.
USB
terminal
TV back
COLORSTREAM HD1 IN**
To configure for use (for audio), see “Side
Shared Audio” (- p. 32).
VIDEO 2 IN**
VIDEO 1 IN**
To configure for use, see “Side Shared
Audio” (- p. 32).
FIXED AUDIO
HDMI® IN
Power cord
PC/COLORSTREAM HD2/
HDMI 4 IN (Audio input)
To configure for use, see
“Rear Shared Audio”
(- p. 32).
ANT/CABLE
LAN port
* To use PC/
COLORSTREAM HD2 IN,
an appropriate adapter
(not supplied) is
necessary.
** To use COLORSTREAM
HD1 IN, VIDEO 1 IN, or
VIDEO 2 IN, an
appropriate adapter
(supplied) is necessary.
PC/COLORSTREAM HD2 IN* (Video input)
To configure for use, see “Shared PC Input” (- p. 32).
IR IN/OUT To configure for use, see p. 19–20.
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT See “Connecting a digital audio system” (- p. 20).
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Bundling the cables
Install the cable clamps and bundle the cables in them.
Stand type
Cable Clamps
Wall Mount type
Cable Clamps
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Chapter 2: Connecting your TV
Overview of cable types
Dual-wand IR blaster cable
Before purchasing cables, know the connector types
your devices require.
You can purchase cables from most stores that sell
audio/video devices.
Use with video devices with infrared remote control.
You can use this cable with the TV’s IR pass-through
feature (- p. 19).
Coaxial cable (F-type)
Optical audio cable
(F-type) Connects your antenna, cable TV service, or
cable converter box to your TV.
Connects receivers with Dolby Digital or PCM (pulsecode modulation) optical audio input to the TV’s
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal (- p. 20).
Standard A/V cables (composite video)
AUDIO
R
Red
VIDEO
L
White
Yellow
Use with video devices with analog audio and
composite video output. These cables (and the related
inputs on your TV) are often color-coded.
Connects a PC to the TV’s PC IN terminal (- p. 22).
Note: Separate audio cables are required.
Standard/Crossover LAN cable
Component video cables
PR
Red
PB
Blue
Y
Green
Use with video devices with component video output.
Separate audio cables are required. (ColorStream® is a
Toshiba brand.)
Note: Component video cables provide better picture
quality than composite video cables.
HDMI® cable (
Analog RGB (15-pin) computer cable
)
Standard LAN cable is used to connect the TV to your
home network (- p. 23).
Crossover LAN cable is used to connect the TV directly
to a PC (- p. 23).
About the illustrations
Note: The connection illustrations shown are
representative of typical device connections only. The
input/output terminals on your devices may differ. See
each device’s owner’s manual.
Use it with devices built-in HDMI output. An HDMI
cable delivers digital audio and video in its native
format. Separate audio cables are not required (- p. 17,
21–22).
Note: HDMI cables provide the best audio and picture
quality.
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Chapter 2: Connecting your TV
Connecting to a Satellite dish, an Antenna, or Cable TV
Satellite receiver with component video
Y
AUDIO
OUT
PR
COMPONENT VIDEO
Satellite
IN
Satellite dish
PB
TV back panel
L
VIDEO
OUT
R
Standard audio
cable
AV adapter cable
(supplied)
Component
video cable
Component adapter
cable (supplied)
VHF/UHF Antenna
Coaxial cable
Cable box
CH 3
CH 4
IN
OUT
Cable TV
You will need:
•Coaxial cables
•AV adapter cable (supplied)
•Standard audio cable
•Component adapter cable (supplied)
•Component video cable
To view satellite programs using the component video
connections:
Turn on the satellite receiver. Press
and B or b to
select ColorStream HD1. Use the satellite receiver's
controls to change channels.
To view the antenna or cable signal:
Press
and B or b to select ANT/CABLE.
To view basic and premium cable channels:
Turn on the cable box. Press
and B or b to select
ANT/CABLE. Tune the TV to channel 3 or 4 (the
channel the cable box output is set to). Use the cable
box’s controls to change channels.
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.
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Chapter 2: Connecting your TV
Connecting an HDMI® or DVI device to the HDMI input
HDMI device
TV back panel
HDMI OUT
HDMI cable
DVI device
Analog audio cable
DVI/HDCP
OUT
OUT
L
R
AUDIO
HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable
The HDMI input on your TV receives digital audio and
uncompressed digital video from an HDMI device, or
uncompressed digital video from a DVI (Digital Visual
Interface) device.
This input is designed to accept HDCP (HighBandwidth Digital-Content Protection) program
material in digital form from EIA/CEA-861-D
compliant[1] consumer electronic devices (such as a settop box or DVD player with HDMI or DVI output).
Supported signal formats: VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA,
SXGA, 480i (60Hz), 480p (60Hz), 720p (60Hz), 1080i
(60Hz), and 1080p (24Hz/60Hz). For signal
specifications, see p. 85.
Supported Audio format: Linear PCM, sampling rate
32/44.1/48 kHz.
Note:
• For connecting a PC to the HDMI input, see p. 22.
• Some legacy HDMI sources may not work properly with
your HDMI TV due to the adoption of new standards. Try
disabling the options in HDMI Settings (- p. 50).
To connect an HDMI device, you will need:
•One HDMI cable per HDMI device
– Recommendation: For proper operation, use an
HDMI cable with the HDMI Logo (
).
– To display an 1080p/60 Hz signal format, you need a
High Speed HDMI cable. A conventional HDMI/DVI
cable may not work properly.
– HDMI cables transfer video and audio. Separate
analog audio cables are not required.
To view the HDMI device video:
Press
and B or b to select HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI
3, or HDMI 4.
Note: For programming the TV remote control to operate
other devices, see p. 89.
To connect a DVI device, you will need:
•HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable
– For proper operation, the length of the HDMI-to-DVI
adapter cable must not exceed 9.8 ft (3 m).
Recomended length: 6.6 ft (2 m).
•3.5 mm Stereo to RCA Y-Cable
– An HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable transfers video only.
Separate analog audio cables are required.
Note: To ensure that the HDMI or DVI device is reset
properly:
• When turning on electronic components, turn on the TV
first and then the HDMI or DVI device.
• When turning off electronic components, turn off the
HDMI or DVI device first and then the TV.
[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 high-definition video signals. Because this is
an evolving technology, it is possible that some devices
may not operate properly with the TV.
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Chapter 2: Connecting your TV
Connecting a VCR or DVD player with ColorStream® (component video)
Y
W
Yellow White
R
G
B
Red
Green
Blue
TV back panel
DVD player
VCR
VIDEO
Y
L
AUDIO
W
COMPONENT VIDEO
R
Y
G
R
B
R
Light green
AUDIO OUT
L
PR
PB
R
R
W
AV adapter
cable
(supplied)
Standard
audio cable
Light yellow
R
W
Light yellow
R
Component video
cable
B
Component adapter
cable (supplied)
Y
G
W
Standard
A/V cable
R
AV adapter cable (supplied)
You will need:
•Standard A/V cable
•AV adapter cable (supplied)
•Standard audio cable
•Component adapter cable (supplied)
•Component video cable
– You can connect the component video cables from
the DVD player to the ColorStream HD1 terminal on
the TV. Separate audio cables are required. You can
use the ColorStream HD1 terminals to display
Progressive (480p, 720p, 1080p) and Interlaced
(480i, 1080i) video. Check the owner’s manual of the
DVD player in order to determine the best output
signal available (1080p 24 Hz/30 Hz/50 Hz/25 Hz are
not supported).
– If your DVD player does not have component video,
connect a composite video cable to VIDEO 2 on the
side panel. If your DVD player has HDMI video, see
p. 17.
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To view the DVD player:
Turn on the DVD player. Press
and B or b to select
ColorStream HD1. Audio configuration is required.
See “Side Shared Audio” (- p. 32), and select
ColorStream HD1.
To view the VCR or view and record antenna-sourced
channels:
Turn on the VCR. Tune the VCR to the channel you
want to watch. Press
and B or b to select VIDEO 2.
Note: For programming the TV remote control to operate
other devices, see p. 89.
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.
Chapter 2: Connecting your TV
Connecting remote IR devices
Using the IR 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.
To control the device(s):
Point either the device’s remote control or the TV
remote control (that you previously programmed to
operate the device; - p. 89) 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.
You will need:
•Dual-wand IR blaster cable (- p. 15)
•Other cables as required to connect the device(s) to the
TV (- p. 17–18)
To set the IR OUT mode:
1
2
> Settings > PREFERENCES > IR Control.
Press C or c to select Out.
To connect the IR blaster cable:
1
2
3
Locate the infrared sensor on the front of your
device. This sensor is marked on some devices.*
Align one of the IR blaster cable’s wands about 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:
• To program the remote control to operate the device(s),
see “Programming the remote to operate other devices”
(- p. 89).
• The IR pass-through feature does not support all IRcontrolled devices. Satisfactory quality may not be
attainable with certain devices.
Note: If you do not have a second device, coil the
second wand with a rubber band and leave it behind
the TV.
*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 POWER. (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 POWER
again.
5 Repeat the previous steps if necessary.
Plug the IR blaster cable’s plug into the TV’s IR OUT
terminal.
Front of IR-controlled DVD player (for example)
Front of IR-controlled audio device (for example)
Infrared
sensor
Dualwand IR
blaster
cable
IR blaster cable wand
(approx.1 inch from device)
TV back panel
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Chapter 2: Connecting your TV
Using the IR IN terminal
For additional control options for your home theater
system, you can connect an IR receiver/repeater control
system (not included) to the TV’s IR IN terminal.
You will need:
•IR cable
To set the IR IN mode:
1
2
> Settings > PREFERENCES > IR Control.
Press C or c to select In.
Back of IR receiver/repeater control system
(not included)
Connecting a digital audio system
The TV’s DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal outputs a
Dolby® Digital or 2-channel down-mixed PCM (pulsecode modulation) signal for use with an external Dolby
Digital decoder or other external audio systems with
optical audio input.
You will need:
•Optical audio cable (Use an optical audio cable that
has the larger TosLink connector, not the smaller
mini-optical connector.)
Dolby Digital decoder or other
digital audio system
LINE IN
L
R
TV back panel
TV back panel
IR cable
To operate the TV with this connection, point the
Toshiba TV remote control toward the front of the IR
receiver/repeater control system.
IR receiver/repeater
control system
To view the HDMI device video:
Press
and B or b to select the HDMI 1, HDMI 2,
HDMI 3, or HDMI 4.
Note: To program the TV remote control to operate other
devices, see p. 89.
To connect a DVI device, you will need:
•One HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable
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Optical
Audio IN
Optical
audio
cable
Before controlling the audio:
•See “Selecting the optical audio output format” (- p.
62).
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 due to 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 or widgets are used.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
Chapter 2: Connecting your 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.
Playback device
(HDMI® CEC DVD player,etc.)
Audio receiver
TV back panel
HDMI OUT
HDMI cable
HDMI OUT
HDMI IN
Playback device
(HDMI® CEC DVD player,etc.)
HDMI OUT
HDMI cable
To connect an audio receiver and playback devices, you will need:
•HDMI cables (- p. 15)
Note:
• If several devices are connected, HDMI® CEC Control feature may not operate properly.
• 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 “Using HDMI® CEC Control” (- p. 48).
•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.
You will need:
•HDMI cable
HDMI's ARC (Audio Return Channel) feature
TV back panel
AV amplifier that
supports ARC
HDMI
cable
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.
Note: Only HDMI 1 supports ARC.
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Chapter 2: Connecting your TV
Signal names for mini D-sub 15-pin connector
Connecting a PC
Pin
No.
You can view your PC’s display on the TV and hear the
sound from the TV’s speakers.
Connecting to the TV’s PC IN terminal
You will need:
•Analog RGB (15-pin) computer cable
•Analog audio cable
Signal
name
Pin
No.
Signal
name
Pin
No.
Signal
name
1
R
6
Ground
11
NC
2
G
7
Ground
12
NC
3
B
8
Ground
13
H-sync
4
NC *
9
NC
14
V-sync
5
NC
10
Ground
15
NC
* NC=Not connected
Connection to the TV’s HDMI terminal
TV back panel
You will need:
If your PC has DVI terminal:
•HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable
•Analog audio cable
If your PC has an HDMI terminal:
•HDMI cable
TV back panel
PC
PC audio
output
Analog
audio
cable
Analog
RGB
computer
cable
Conversion adapter
(if necessary)
Before using the PC:
See “Using your PC with the TV” (- p. 51).
To use a PC:
• Set the monitor output resolution on the PC before
connecting it to the TV.
•Supported signal formats: VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA,
and SXGA. For signal specifications, see p. 84.
Note:
• The PC audio input terminal on the TV is shared with the
HDMI 4 and ColorStream HD2 terminal. For
configuration, see “Setting the PC audio” (- p. 51).
• Some PC models cannot be connected to this TV.
• If the PC has a compatible mini D-sub15-pin terminal, an
adapter is not required.
• Depending on the content’s title and the PC’s
specifications, some scenes may be skipped or you may
not be able to pause during multi-angle scenes.
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Analog
audio
cable
PC
PC audio
output
HDMI-toDVI
adapter
cable
Supported signal formats: VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA,
SXGA, 480i (60Hz), 480p (60Hz), 720p (60Hz), 1080i
(60Hz), and 1080p (24Hz/60Hz). For signal
specifications, see p. 85.
Note:
• The edges of the picture may be hidden.
• The PC audio input terminal on the TV is shared with the
HDMI 4 and ColorStream HD2 terminal. For
configuration, see “Setting the PC Audio” (- p. 51).
Chapter 2: Connecting your TV
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 DLNA
CERTIFIED™ Server and play them on your TV.
Modem (DSL or cable)
[1]
Router with Hub
[2]
Cable or
phone jack
[2]
[3]
PC
Connecting the TV directly to a PC without an
Internet connection
You will need:
•Crossover LAN cable
TV back panel
[2]
[1] Coaxial or telephone cable (depending on your modem
type)
TV back panel
[2] Standard LAN cable
[3] Do NOT connect a phone jack directly to the TV's LAN port.
PC
Connecting the TV to a home network with an
Internet connection - Wireless
Connecting the TV to a home network without an
Internet connection
You will need:
•Standard LAN cables
•Router with Hub
Router with Hub
You will need:
•Coaxial or telephone cable (depending on your
modem type)
•Standard LAN cables
•Wireless LAN access point or wireless router
•Modem (DSL or cable)
Wireless LAN access point
Modem (DSL or cable)
TV back panel
[1]
PC
[2]
Cable or
phone jack
Built-in WLAN system:
It is not necessary to
connect an adapter to
the TV.
PC
[2]
NAS
Connecting the TV to a home network with an
Internet connection - Wired
You will need:
•Coaxial or telephone cable (depending on your
modem type)
•Standard LAN cables
•Router with Hub
•Modem (DSL or 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.
[1] Coaxial or telephone cable (depending on your modem
type)
[2] Standard LAN cable
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Chapter 3: Using the remote control
Controlling other devices
Installing batteries
The TV’s remote control can operate other devices such
as cable converter boxes, satellite receivers, VCRs, DVD
players, and HTIBs (home theater in a box).
1
Pull up to open the cover.
2
Install two AA size batteries.
Toshiba devices:
The remote is programmed to operate a variety of
devices (- p. 89).
Non-Toshiba devices or Toshiba devices that the remote
control is not programmed to operate:
Program the remote (- p. 89).
Note: Use carbon zinc batteries or alkaline batteries.
3
Slide on the cover.
Caution: Do not expose batteries to excessive heat such
as sunshine, fire, or the like.
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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Chapter 3: Using the remote control
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” (- p. 48).
For a complete list of the remote’s functions, see “Remote control functional key chart” (- p. 87–97).
Changes the picture mode to Game
when the input mode is ColorStream
HD, PC, VIDEO, or HDMI® (- p. 57).
Turns the TV on and off.
Sets the remote control mode to
control the device: TV, CABLE/SAT,
BD/DVD, or AUX. To control the TV,
press TV. Then the keypad blinks 3
times.
When the Auto Input feature is set, you
can use these keys to change inputs
on the TV (- p. 33).
Illuminates the keypad for five seconds.
Enters 2-part channel numbers (- p.
41) / Edits the Favorites List (- p. 42).
Reduces or turns off the sound
(- p. 61).
Adjusts the volume level.
Tunes channels directly.
Selects the video input source
(- p. 43).
Accesses the Quick menu.
Cycles through programmed channels.
Returns to the last viewed channel or
source (- p. 43).
Accesses Netflix (- p. 70).
Displays TV status information as well
as program details, when available (p. 53).
Accesses the main TV menu system
(- p. 27–28).
Displays/hides the Yahoo!®TV Widgets
user interface (- p. 71).
Displays the NET TV™ menu (- p. 69).
Opens the Channel Browser™
(- p. 41) / Scrolls to left.
When a menu is onscreen, these
buttons select or adjust programming
menus.
Displays the Favorites Browser
(- p. 42) / Scrolls to right.
Closes onscreen menus.
Moves to the previous/next page.
Returns to the previous menu.
Activates highlighted items in
the main menu system.
Accesses the sleep timer (- p. 52).
Selects the picture size (- p. 54).
Freezes the picture (- p. 56).
Opens the closed caption selector
(- p. 44).
Selects the audio mode.
These buttons are used for BD/DVD,
CABLE/SAT, and VCR mode.
Switches 3D, 2D, 2D to 3D, or Native
mode (- p. 37).
Note: The error message “NOT AVAILABLE” may appear if you press a key for a function that is not available.
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Chapter 4: Initial Setup and Menu
4
Initial Setup
Location
To use the TV for displaying in a store showroom, please
select [Store]. [Home] mode is recommended for normal use.
(ENERGY STAR® qualified)
When you first turn on or reset the TV, the Initial Setup
window will appear.
Note:
• You can stop Initial Setup by pressing
. 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” (- p. 30).
•
does not work until Menu Language, Time Zone,
and Location have been set.
1
Location
Home
Select Home for normal home use. Press
5
OK
.
ANT/CABLE
To select Antenna:
Menu Language
ANT/CABLE In
Quick Setup
Please confirm the connection with Tuner Input.
Menu Language
English
Select a language. Press
2
First, select
Antenna.
OK
Antenna
Cable
.
Next
Time Zone
Then, select Next. Press
Local Time Setting
Time Zone
Daylight Saving Time
OK
.
Eastern
Off
Channel Tuning Mode
Auto
Select a time zone.
3
Select Auto, Digital, or Standard (- “Setting
the Channel Tuning Mode” on p. 41). Press OK .
Daylight Saving Time
Local Time Setting
Time Zone
Daylight Saving Time
Eastern
To select Cable:
Off
Select On or Off. Press
ANT/CABLE In
OK
Please confirm the connection with Tuner Input.
.
Antenna
First, select
Cable.
Cable
Next
Then, select Next. Press
OK
.
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.
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Chapter 4: Initial Setup and Menu
6
Start Scan
Navigating the menu system
Auto Tuning
•To open the main menu, press
control or TV control panel.
Start Scan
Press
OK
on the remote
.
Note: If you want to stop scanning, press
scanning.
while
•After scanning is complete, a channel list screen
(such as the one below) will appear. Press OK or
.
Sound
Picture
Applications
Preferences
Setup
Settings
Auto Tuning (Antenna)
Antenna Channels Found:
Ch.
2
4-1
4-2
6
11
13
18
31
Type
ATV
DTV
DTV
ATV
ATV
ATV
ATV
ATV
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•Press B, b, C, or c on the remote control or TV control
panel to navigate and make selections.
•To select a menu option, press OK .
•To move to the next menu layer, press OK or B.
•To return to the previous menu layer, press
or b.
•To close a menu instantly, press
or
.
•All menus will close automatically if you do not make
a selection within 60 seconds.
RF Ch.
2
4
4
6
11
13
18
31
Note: Encrypted channels cannot be registered
though these are displayed in the above list.
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
> Settings > SETUP > Quick Setup > OK .
2 A confirmation message appears. Press C or c
to select Yes. Press O K .
3 Repeat set up to Step 6.
• If you selected Antenna previously, select
Cable.
• If you selected Cable previously, select
Antenna.
4 Scan again.
7
Support Information
The Support Information screen appears. Press
OK
.
Note: Refer to this information if there is any problem
and you need to contact Customer Support. This can
be confirmed from the following operation at any time.
> Settings > SETUP > System Information >
OK
.
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Chapter 4: Initial Setup and Menu
Main menu layout
1st Layer
2nd Layer
3rd Layer
Settings
APPLICATIONS
Widgets
71
NET TV
69
Media Player
73
Channel
Browser
41
42
To open the main menus (illustrated below), press
on the remote control or TV control panel.
1st Layer
2nd Layer
Network
NET TV
69
Network Setup
65
Favorites
Browser
Wireless
Information
66
On Timer
51
Sleep Timer
52
3D Setup
39–
40
78
HDMI-CEC
Control Setup
48
51
Network Setup
65
Sleep Timer
52
Netflix Setup
70
Game Timer
48
VUDU
Deactivation
70
Wallpaper
Setup
78
Media
Player
3rd Layer
Photo
(Device select)
76
Movie
(Device select)
74
Music
(Device select)
75
Wallpaper
Timer
Settings
On Timer
PICTURE
SOUND
28
Page
Page
PREFERENCES
Picture Mode
57
Reset
57
Backlight
57
Contrast
57
Channel
Browser Setup
41
Brightness
57
PIN Setting
45
Color
57
Tint
57
45
Sharpness
57
Parental
Control and
Locks
Advanced
Picture Settings
58
Display
Settings
51,
56
Expert Picture
Settings
60
TheaterLock
61
AV Connection
31,
32,
50,
51,
62
MTS
61
Balance
62
Auto Input
33
Bass
62
IR Control
19
Treble
62
Energy Saving
Settings
52
Advanced
Sound Settings
63
Dynamic
Volume
(Audyssey
Dynamic
Volume®)
HDMI
Information
Display
50
62
POWER LED
52
Dynamic
Range Control
62
Chapter 4: Initial Setup and Menu
1st Layer
2nd Layer
3rd Layer
Page
Settings
SETUP
Menu
Language
30
ANT/CABLE
In
30
Auto Tuning
30
Manual Tuning
31
TV Settings
30,
31,
41,
44,
47
Quick Setup
30
Location
30
Software
Upgrade
69
Software
Licenses
69
System
Information
53
Reset TV
53
Quick menu
Quick menu helps you access some options more
quickly.
Press
to display the Quick menu and press B or b
to select an option.
Note: Quick menu items differ depending on the current
mode.
Quick menu Item
Page
3D Settings
38–39
PICTURE
54–61
Picture Mode
57
Repeat
75, 76, 77
SOUND
61–63
Background Music
77
Speakers
50
HDMI-CEC Player Control
49
Interval Time
77
Device Information
74
Wireless Information
66
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Chapter 5: Setting up your TV
Location
How to navigate the menu:
> Settings > Main menu > Submenu >
Format
OK
Description
Press the MENU button.
You can select Home or Store for the TV location. For
normal home use, select Home.
1
2
> Settings > SETUP > Location.
Press C or c to select Home. Press
> Settings
Press C or c to select Settings.
Press C or c to select a menu
icon (PICTURE, SOUND,
APPLICATIONS,
PREFERENCES, SETUP)
ANT/CABLE IN
> Main menu
> Submenu
Press B or b to select menu.
>
Press the OK button
1
2
OK
Changing Initial settings
From Quick Setup:
1
2
3
> Settings > SETUP > Quick Setup > OK .
A confirmation message appears. Press C or c to
select Yes. Press O K .
For changing settings, see “Initial Setup” (- p. 26).
This setting configures the antenna input source for the
ANT/CABLE terminal.
> Settings > SETUP > ANT/CABLE In.
Press C or c to select the input source (Antenna or
Cable) for the ANT/CABLE input. Press
.
Storing channels in memory
(optional)
To make sure your TV stops only on the channels you
want when you press CH or CH on the remote control or
the control panel, store those channels in the TV’s
memory.
From individual settings:
Auto Tuning
Menu language
Note: You must set up the antenna/cable input source first.
See “Initial Setup” (- p. 26).
You can choose from three different language settings
(English, Français, and Español) for menus and
messages
1
2
> Settings > SETUP > Menu Language.
Press C or c to select your preferred language. Press
.
Local Time Setting
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.
Option
Description
Cable
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.
Antenna
Auto tuning retains stored channels and
stores newly found channels into
memory.
To skip an antenna source channel from
memory, set the channel to be skipped.
See “Skipping channels”.
This setting allows you to specify the correct time zone
for your region.
1
2
3
4
> Settings > SETUP > TV Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select Local Time Setting. Press OK .
Select an option:
• Time Zone
• Daylight Saving Time
Press C or c to select your time zone or to select On
to activate Daylight Saving Time. Press
.
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Note: To tune channels not stored in memory, use buttons
0–9 and - on the remote control.
Chapter 5: Setting up your TV
1
2
> Settings > SETUP > Auto Tuning > OK .
A confirmation screen appears.
Press OK to start Auto Tuning or
to abort.
The TV cycles through all the channels and stores all
active channels in memory.
To view the programmed channels, press CH or CH .
Manual Tuning
Skipping channels
To prevent a channel from being viewed, you can set it
to be skipped.
1
2
> Settings > SETUP > TV Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select Channel Options. Press
The list of channels appears.
After storing channels in memory, you can manually
enter channels if the channel number is known.
1
2
3
5-1
The channels found are listed at the center of the screen.
Description
ATV
Analog channel.
DTV
Digital channel
.
Channel Options
Ch. Type Label
> Settings > SETUP > Manual Tuning > OK .
Use buttons 0–9 on the remote control to enter the
channel number (for example, 56). Press O K .
Press OK to start Manual Tuning.
Type
OK
3
DTV
6
ATV
6-1
DTV
8
ATV
9
ATV
10
ATV
11
ATV
12
ATV
Move to the 8 column. Press B or b to select a
channel to skip. Press OK . The box is selected. To
clear the selection, press OK .
Note: You cannot tune skipped channels using CH or
Use buttons 0–9 and - on the remote control.
CH
.
Skipping video inputs
You can set video inputs to be skipped when selecting
inputs in the Input selection window.
To turn on skip:
1
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > AV
Connection > OK .
Press B or b to select Input Labeling. Press OK .
Press B or b to select the item you want to be
skipped. Press the RED button to turn on Skip.
To turn off skip:
Press again the RED button to turn off Skip.
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Labeling channels
Configuring shared inputs
You can label analog TV channels.
1
2
> Settings > SETUP > TV Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select Channel Options. Press
The list of channels appears.
Side Shared Audio
OK
.
Channel Options
Ch. Type Label
5-1
3
4
5
6
ATV
6-1
DTV
8
ATV
9
ATV
10
ATV
11
ATV
12
ATV
Press B or b to select a channel to label.
Press OK . The Software Keyboard window appears.
Input a name using the Software Keyboard
(- p. 68).
Press the BLUE button.
Labeling video inputs
The input labels are shown in the input selector, and in
the Channel Browser and banner displays. You can
label video inputs according to the devices you have
connected to the TV.
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > AV
Connection > O K .
Press B or b to select Input Labeling. Press OK .
Press B or b to select the item you want to label.
Press C or c to select --, Amplifier, Cable, DVD,
Game, PC, Recorder, Satellite, or VCR or press
the GREEN button to select User Input.
Note: When User Input is selected by pressing the
GREEN button, the Software Keyboard window will
appear. Input the desired characters (up to 10
characters) using the Software Keyboard (- p. 68) or
the number buttons for a number input. To save your
settings, press the BLUE button.
4
Repeat Step 3 for other video inputs.
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2
3
DTV
6
Note: Input the desired analog channel lavel up to 7
characters.
1
1
> Settings > PREFERENCES > AV
Connection > OK .
Press B or b to select Side Shared Audio.
Press C or c to select ColorStream HD1, Video 1,
or HDMI 3.
Rear Shared Audio
1
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > AV
Connection > OK .
Press B or b to select Rear Shared Audio.
Press C or c to select PC (ColorStream HD2) or
HDMI 4.
Shared PC Input
1
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > AV
Connection > OK .
Press B or b to select Shared PC Input.
Press C or c to select PC or ColorStream HD2.
Chapter 5: Setting up your TV
Setting the Auto Input feature
You can change TV inputs using the MODE SELECT
buttons on the remote control: TV, CABLE/SAT, BD/
DVD, AUX. After setting an input for a specific MODE
SELECT button, the TV automatically switches to the
input when you press and hold the MODE SELECT
button for about 3 seconds and release it.
Auto Input settings options for each MODE SELECT
button:
Mode
Inputs
TV
ANT/CABLE
CABLE/SAT
ANT/CABLE, Video 1, Video 2,
ColorStream HD1, HDMI 1, HDMI 2,
HDMI 3, HDMI 4, PC (ColorStream
HD2)
BD/DVD
Video 1, Video 2, ColorStream HD1,
HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, HDMI 4,
PC (ColorStream HD2)
AUX
ANT/CABLE, Video 1, Video 2,
ColorStream HD1, HDMI 1, HDMI 2,
HDMI 3, HDMI 4, PC (ColorStream
HD2)
Note: The TV mode select button will be restricted to the
ANT/CABLE input.
To set Auto Input:
1
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Auto Input >
.
Set Enable Auto Input to On.
Press B or b to select the mode you want to set.
Press C or c to select an input source for that mode.
Repeat the procedure for other modes.
OK
2
3
4
5
To turn off Auto Input:
Select Off in Step 2.
To reset Auto Input:
Select Reset. Press O K .
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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 (which are not
included):
•Compatible 3D playback device or 3D source.
•3D capable HDMI cable.
If you want to obtain extra 3D glasses:
Toshiba provides 3D glasses for this television as an
option. To obtain them:
The U.S. http://ceaccessories.toshiba.com/
Canada http://www.shoptoshiba.ca/
Note: Use 3D glasses of the type corresponding to
your TV.
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.
Notes on 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, put them in the supplied
glasses pouch and 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.
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Notes on IR communication:
• Do not block the IR sensor for 3D glasses on the TV by
placing objects in front of it.
• Do not cover the IR sensor on the 3D glasses with
stickers or labels.
• Keep the IR sensor on the 3D glasses clean.
• If the 3D glasses interfere with any other IR
communication device or 3D TV, the 3D glasses may not
work correctly. Also, the TV may interfere with the
operation of other IR communication devices. Use the TV
and 3D glasses in a place where they will not interfere
with other devices or products.
Notes on 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.
• If you use any device, such as a mobile phone or mobile
wireless device, near the 3D glasses, the 3D glasses
may not work correctly.
• If there is fluorescent lighting in the viewing area, it may
flicker depending on the frequency of the light. In this
case, reduce the brightness of the fluorescent light, or
use another light. (It is not recommended to watch the TV
in a dark room, especially for children.)
• 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 PC, digital clock, or calculator, etc.
• Use the 3D glasses at the proper viewing angle
(- p. 7).
About the connecting cable:
Use a high-speed HDMI cable when you connect a
device such as 3D compatible Blu-ray Disc™ player or
PC to the TV. When you use a standard HDMI cable, 3D
images may not be shown correctly.
Chapter 6: Basic features
Using the 3D glasses
To charge the battery:
If the 3D glasses are turned on while the battery power
is low, the power light will blink 5 times. (If the battery
is dead, the power light will not blink or light.)
Each part's name and function:
Lens (liquid-crystal
shutter)
A right and left liquidcrystal shutter opens
and closes alternately
with the images for the
left eye and for the right
eye alternately projected
on the television screen.
In this way, 3D images
are reproduced.
Power switch and
power light
Turns on or off the
power of 3D glasses
with the switch.
– When working, the
power light blinks
once every 2
seconds.
– When the power is
turned off, the power
light goes out.
1
Note:
• If the 3D glasses are turned on, the battery will not
charge.
• When the TV is turned off or in standby mode, the
battery will be not charged.
• Using a USB cable other than the battery charge
cable is not covered under warranty.
Power switch
ON
Turn the 3D glasses off with the power switch, and
connect to the TV with the battery charge cable.
OFF
Power light
2
3
The power light will light up.
When the light goes out, the charging is completed.
Note: It takes approximately 2 hours to charge the
battery.
To check the battery level:
When the 3D glasses are turned on, the behavior of
power light is different.
•Charged: lights up for 2 seconds
•Low charge: blinks 5 times
Protective films
Peel these off before beginning use.
Infrared reception
part
Receives the infrared
signal for the liquidcrystal shutter control
sent from the television.
USB terminal
When charging the battery,
connect to the TV with the
battery charge cable.
DC IN
To set the 3D glasses:
1
2
When you use for the first time,
peel off the protective films
from the lenses.
Turn the 3D glasses on with the
power switch.
Peel off
Note: If the infrared data communication between the
television and 3D glasses is lost for 5 minutes, the 3D
glasses turn off automatically to preserve battery life.
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To remove the battery:
Drain the battery before disassembling.
Specifications:
Note: This is an explanation for disposal of the 3D glasses,
not for modification. Once disassembled, the battery
cannot be recovered.
1
2
3
Fold the frame with no
power switch, and use a
Phillips-head
screwdriver to remove
the two screws on the
inside of the hinge.
Fold the frame inward to
remove it from the side
cover.
• If it is hard to remove,
insert a flat-head
screwdriver or the like
to force it open.
Remove the battery from
the inside of the side
cover and cut the two
cords one by one with
scissors.
• Insulate the cords of the
removed battery with
vinyl tape or the like.
screw
Liquid Crystal Shutter
Dimensions
Width: 6-13/16 inches (173 mm)
Height: 1-21/32 inches (42 mm)
Depth: 6-13/16 inches (173 mm)
Operating
temperature
32°F - 104°F (0°C - 40°C)
Mass (weight)
0.08 lbs (35 g) or less
Material
Frame: Resin
Lens: Liquid crystal glass
Battery
Lithium-ion polymer rechargeable
battery AHB341018PI
side cover
23 hours
Battery life
battery
Warning
• Do not nail, hammer, or step on the battery.
Doing so may cause a short circuit, leading to
overheating, cracking, or fire.
• Do not overheat, disassemble, or short-circuit the
battery, or throw it into fire.
Doing so may cause cracking or fire.
• Do not connect the battery cord with metal items
such as wires. Also, do not carry or store the
battery with metal items such as necklaces or
hairpins.
Doing so may cause a short circuit, leading to
overheating, cracking, or fire.
Note:
• To avoid injury, use caution when removing the battery.
• Follow local regulations for disposal of this product.
This symbol is only applicable in European
Union countries.
This symbol is only applicable in China.
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3D method
* The battery operating time may
become shorter depending on the usage
condition or environment.
Note:
• If the usage time is extremely short even after the battery
has been charged fully, the battery may be worn out.
Consult the shop where you purchased the product.
• The specification may change without notice.
Chapter 6: Basic features
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 “3D Auto Start”
(-p. 39). 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”, below.
Moreover, you can change 2D images to 3D images by
pressing the 3D button when viewing in 2D.
Note:
• When 3D format signal is not received, display mode is
not switched to 3D.
• If appropriate mode and format are not selected, 3D
image is not correctly displayed.
• There will be restrictions on the Picture Size settings for
3D mode and 2D mode.
• 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.
• 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.
Switching display mode or selecting 3D format
There are four modes for watching TV.
Mode
Description
3D
Displays 3D images.
2D
Displays 2D images by changing 3D
images to 2D.
2D to 3D
Displays 3D images by changing 2D
images to 3D.
Native
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.
Top and
Bottom
(TAB)
Images for the left and right eyes
are positioned at the top and
bottom of the screen.
Frame
Packing
(FP) *
Two frames of images (one for
the left eye, one for the right eye)
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’s operation:
The behavior of
when viewing in Native mode is
different depending on the input mode.
Input
Behavior
Analog Inputs
Changes the viewing mode to 2D
to 3D mode.
HDMI
Displays the selection window.
Analog Broadcast
Changes the viewing mode to 2D
to 3D mode.
Digital Broadcast
Displays the selection window.
Media Player
(Photo, Movie)
Displays the selection window.
Wallpaper
Changes the viewing mode to 2D
to 3D mode.
Internet
Displays the selection window.
Note: When viewing 3D mode or 2D to 3D mode, pressing
changes the viewing mode to Native mode.
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To switch to 2D mode:
•Set 3D Auto Start to 2D.
•Press
while viewing 3D mode.
To switch to 3D mode:
•Set 3D Auto Start to 3D.
•Press
and select 3D while viewing 2D mode or
Native mode.
Trigger of Switching
Display Mode
Trigger of Switching
Display Mode Press 3D button
Input Signal
Type
Additional
Source Select
Format
Information
Signal 3D
FP
Select
2D to 3D
Type
3D
3D
Format
Signal
With 3D
Auto Detect
SBS
Information
TAB
Without 3D SBS
Auto Detect
Information TAB
2D Format Signal
3D
Format
Signal
*
3D 3D
*
3D
3D 3D
3D
3D
3D
*
3D 3D
D
D
3
3
D 3
3D
3D
*
3D
*
3D
3D
3D 3D
3D 3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D 3D
TAB
3D
SBS
TAB
*
3D
3D
* Correct 2D image
OK
3D Format
Select
Additional
Format
Information
FP
With 3D
Auto Detect
Information SBS
TAB
Without 3D SBS
Auto Detect
Information TAB
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*
To select 2D format from the Quick menu in 2D mode:
Input Signal
* Correct 3D image
SBS
2D Format Signal
*
Trigger of Switching
Quick menu
Display Mode
2D Format Signal
3D
3D
3D
> 3D Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select 3D Format Select. Press
Press C or c to select Side by Side or Top and
Bottom.
3D
Format
Signal
With 3D
Auto Detect
Information
Without 3D
Auto Detect
Information
To select 3D format from the Quick menu in 3D mode:
Type
Source
Signal
Format
3D
* Correct 3D image
1
2
3
Additional
Information
FP
*
3D
Press 3D
button
Input Signal
Source
SBS
Signal
.
1
2
3
> 3D Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select 2D Format Select. Press
Press C or c to select Side by Side or Top and
Bottom.
.
Trigger of Switching
Quick menu
Display Mode
Input Signal
Type
2D Format Select
Additional
Source
Format
SBS
Information
Signal
TAB
FP
3D
3D
3D
Format
Signal
3D 3D
OK
With 3D
Auto Detect
SBS
Information
TAB
TAB
Native
3D
3D
3D 3D
*
3D
3D 3D
*
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D 3D
3D 3D
*
3D 3D
3D
D
D
3D
D 3
3D
3
3
Without 3D SBS
Auto Detect
Information TAB
*
3D
3D
2D Format Signal
3D 3D
*
3D
3D
3
3
3D
3
3D
* Correct 2D image
Note: Take off the 3D glasses in 2D mode.
3D 3D
*
3D
3D
3D
*
3D
3D
Chapter 6: Basic features
Setting the 3D PIN code
To switch to Native mode:
•Press
while viewing 3D mode.
•Press
while viewing 2D to 3D mode.
A 3D PIN code is necessary for using 3D Safety Settings.
To enter a new PIN code:
Note: When 3D format signal with 3D Auto Detect
Information is received, it is not possible to switch to
Native.
•From the Quick menu in 2D mode.
1
> 3D Settings > O K .
2 Press B or b to select 2D Format Select. Press
3 Press C or c to select Native.
1
2
3
OK
.
Note: PIN code cannot be set to “0000”.
To change or delete your PIN code:
To switch to 2D to 3D mode:
Press
and select 2D to 3D while viewing 2D or
Native mode.
Note: When using ATV, Video, ColorStream HD, or PC, the
viewing mode can be changed to 2D to 3D mode by
pressing
.
1
2
3
4
Setting the auto start mode
> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup >
Press B or b to select 3D Auto Start.
Press C or c to select 3D, 2D, or Off.
OK
Option
Description
3D
Displays in 3D mode automatically when
3D format signal with 3D Auto Detect
Information is received.
2D
Displays in 2D mode automatically when
3D format signal with 3D Auto Detect
Information is received.
Off
Displays a screen that allows you to select
3D or 2D when 3D format signal with 3D
Auto Detect Information is received.
.
> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup > OK .
Press B or b to select 3D PIN.
Press the number buttons to enter your 4-digit PIN
code.
Select Change PIN or Delete PIN. Press OK .
Note:
• PIN code cannot be set to “0000”.
• If PIN is deleted, 3D Safety Settings is grayed out,
and the settings are reset to the factory default.
Controls what the TV does when it detects a 3D format
signal with 3D Auto Detect Information.
1
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup > OK .
Press B or b to select 3D PIN. Press OK .
Press the number buttons to enter a 4-digit number.
Confirm the code.
Forgotten PIN codes:
1
2
3
4
> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup > OK .
Press B or b to select 3D PIN.
Press Q 4 times within 5 seconds. The code clears.
Enter a new PIN code.
Setting the 3D Start Message
When this feature is set to On, a message is displayed
onscreen when a 3D signal is received.
1
2
3
4
5
> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup >
Press B or b to select 3D Safety Settings. Press
Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.
Press B or b to select 3D Start Message.
Press C or c to select On or Off.
OK
OK
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Chapter 6: Basic features
Setting the 3D Lock
Adjusting 2D to 3D Depth
When this feature is set to On, you must enter 3D PIN
code for changing display mode to 3D mode or 2D to 3D
mode.
You can adjust the level of 3D.
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup >
Press B or b to select 3D Safety Settings. Press
Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.
Press B or b to select 3D Lock.
Press C or c to select On.
.
OK .
OK
When the 3D Timer Lock feature is set to On, neither the
PIN input window nor the 3D start message will be
shown while the 3D Enable timer is active, even if a
switch to 3D Mode occurs. This helps to avoid asking
for the 3D Lock PIN and displaying 3D start message
every time when switching to 3D.
> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup >
Press B or b to select 3D Safety Settings. Press
Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.
Press B or b to select 3D Timer Lock.
Press C or c to select On.
OK
OK
.
.
Note: The PIN input window appears when “continue” is
selected in a reminder dialogue box for Enable 3D Timer
even if 3D Timer Lock is activated.
Setting the Enable 3D Timer
This feature helps to remind you not to watch 3D video
for extended periods of time. Once a set period of time
has passed, a dialogue box will be shown asking you if
you wish to continue viewing or not.
1
2
3
4
5
6
> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup > OK .
Press B or b to select 3D Safety Settings. Press OK .
Enter your 4-digit 3D PIN code.
Press B or b to select Enable 3D Timer.
Press C or c to select 30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.
To cancel the timer, select Off.
Displaying 3D Important Info
1
2
> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup >
Press B or b to select 3D Important Info. Press
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> Settings > PREFERENCES > 3D Setup >
Press B or b to select 2D to 3D Depth.
Press C or c to select either 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. Press
OK
.
OK
.
OK
.
From the Quick menu:
Setting the 3D Timer Lock
1
2
3
4
5
From the Menu:
OK
OK
.
.
1
2
3
4
Press
in 2D to 3D mode.
Press B or b to select 3D Settings. Press OK .
Press B or b to select 2D to 3D Depth.
Press C or c to select either 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. Press
Switching left and right images
The left and right eye shutter timing of the glasses can
be swapped. If 3D images look blurred, switch the left
and right sides of the 3D image.
1
2
3
Press
to open the Quick menu.
Press B or b to select 3D Settings. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Left and Right Image. Press
C or c to select Swapped.
Chapter 6: Basic features
Using the Channel Browser™
Tuning channels
Setting the Channel Tuning Mode
You can select how tuning is handled for analog and
digital channels when the TV is in Antenna mode.
Note: To use this feature, ANT/CABLE In must be set to
Antenna (- p. 30).
1
2
3
> Settings > SETUP > TV Settings > OK .
Press B or b to highlight Channel Tuning Mode.
Mode
Description
Standard
You can tune both analog and digital
channels normally.
Auto
(default)
Digital channels have priority when
manually entering a channel number
using the 0-9 buttons on the remote. To
tune analog channels, use CH / CH if
available.
Digital
You can only tune digital channels.
Press C or c to select a mode. Press
.
Note: The Channel Options screen and the Channel
Browser ANT/CABLE List are updated when you change
the mode. The History List is cleared.
The Channel Browser™ is a helpful navigational
interface for all of your channels and inputs.
Features:
•Navigate the contents of all of your inputs.
•Keep a list of your favorite channels.
•Keep a history of the last 32 channels or inputs
viewed.
•Quickly surf and tune to your recently viewed
channels/inputs from the Channel Browser™ History
List.
•Surf via Browse mode (to immediately tune to
channels as you highlight them in the
Channel Browser™) or Select mode (to surf channels
in the Channel Browser™ before you select one to tune
to).
•Quickly change inputs from the Inputs List.
•Quickly select HDMI® CEC devices from the HDMICEC Control List.
To set up the Channel Browser™:
1
2
3
4
Tuning in to the next programmed
channel
Press CH or
panel.
CH
on the remote control or TV control
Note:
• The History List will be cleared every time the TV is
powered off.
• The HDMI-CEC Control List is not available when
Enable HDMI-CEC Control is set to Off (- p. 48).
Note: This feature does not work unless you store
channels in the TV’s channel memory (- p. 30).
Tuning in to a specific channel
(programmed or unprogrammed)
Channel
Description
Analog
Use the 0–9 buttons on the remote
control. (For example, to select
channel 125, press 1, 2, 5.) Press OK .
Digital
Use the 0–9 buttons on the remote
control to enter the major channel
number. Press the dash ( - ) button.
Enter the sub-channel number. (For
example, to select digital channel 1251, press 1, 2, 5, –, 1.) Press O K .
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Channel
Browser Setup > OK .
Press b or B to highlight Navigation.
Press C or c to select Select Mode or Browse
Mode.
Select a list.
• History List
• ANT/CABLE List
• Inputs List
• Favorite List
• HDMI-CEC Control List
5
6
Select On or Off.
To return to factory defaults, highlight Reset and
press OK .
To open the Channel Browser™:
•
> Settings > APPLICATIONS > Channel
Browser > OK .
•Press
or
.
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Chapter 6: Basic features
Favorites Browser
Elements of the Channel Browser™
You can quickly create a favorite channels/inputs list
that is integrated into the Channel Browser™.
1
2
4
3
To add a favorite channel or input:
VCR
ANT/CABLE
Channel Browser
Video 2
Video 1
History List
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
ColorStream HD
9
ANT
HDMI 1
88
abs
1080i
6
Channels stored in the History List
Channel or input that is currently highlighted in the
browser
Inputs or channels labels
Input type
Current list (History, ANT/CABLE, Inputs,
Favorites, or HDMI-CEC Control)
Channel or input currently being viewed
To cycle through the available lists:
1
2
Open the Channel Browser™.
Press B or b.
Note:
• The History List opens by default. After selecting
another list, the Channel Browser™ will open in the last
selected list.
• If all lists are turned off,
or
will not display the
Channel Browser™. If Favorites List is turned off,
pressing
will not display the Favorites Browser.
• Pressing
opens the Channel Browser™ Favorites
list regardless of the last selected list in the Channel
Browser™.
To tune to a channel or input in Browse mode:
1
2
Highlight an item. The TV tunes to the channel or
input.
Press
to close the Channel Browser™.
To tune to a channel or input in Select mode:
1
2
3
Highlight the item you want to tune to.
Press OK .
Press
to close the Channel Browser™.
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1
2
Tune to the channel or input.
Press and hold
for 3 seconds.
Note: Additions are added to the beginning of the
Favorites list on the left side of the Channel Browser™.
To delete a favorite channel or input:
1
2
3
Press
. The Favorites Browser list appears.
Select a channel or input by pressing C or c.
Press and hold - for 3 seconds.
Adding and clearing channels and inputs in the
History List
Adding channels to the History List:
As a channel or input is tuned, the Channel Browser™
adds it to the History List and displays it on the right
side of the Channel Browser™.
Previously tuned channels and inputs shift to the left.
Press C to surf back through the previously tuned
channels and inputs.
The Channel Browser™ stores these channels:
•Channels that are tuned using the numeric buttons on
the remote control.
•Channels that are tuned for at least 5 seconds using CH
or CH .
To clear channels from the History List:
•Reconfigure the ANT/CABLE input.
•Turn off the TV.
Chapter 6: Basic features
Using Channel Return
Selecting the video input to view
You can switch between two channels without entering
a channel number each time. This feature also works for
external inputs.
1
2
3
Select the first channel you want to view.
Select a second channel using the Channel Number
buttons (and the dash ( - ) button if needed).
Each time you press
, the TV switches back and
forth between the last two channels that were
tuned.
To select the video input to view:
1
2
Inputs
0 ANT/CABLE
Using SurfLock™
1 Video 1
2 Video 2
The SurfLock™ feature temporarily memorizes one
channel to the
button so it can be quickly returned
to from any other channel. This feature also works for
external inputs.
To memorize a channel to the
1
2
3
Press
on the remote control or TV control
panel.
Change the input:
• Press 0–8.
• Repeatedly press B or b. Press OK .
• Repeatedly press
.
3 ColorStream HD1
4 HDMI 1
5 HDMI 2
6 HDMI 3
7 HDMI 4
button:
Tune the channel you want to program to the
button.
Press and hold
for about 2 seconds until the
message “Memorized” appears. The channel has
been programmed to the
button.
You can then change channels repeatedly, and
when you press
, the memorized channel will
be tuned.
After pressing
and then changing channels again,
the memory is cleared and the button functions as
Channel Return.
8 PC
Note:
• You can label the video input sources according to the
specific devices you have connected to the TV
(- “Labeling video inputs” on p. 32).
• You can skip sources (- “Skipping video inputs” on p.
31).
• Inputs that are set to be skipped will not be available and
will be skipped when selecting inputs by repeatedly
pressing
or B or b.
• 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 (- p. 32) will not appear in the
input selector.
• When the Auto Input feature is set, you can select a video
input source with the remote control by pressing and
holding the corresponding MODE SELECT button for 2
seconds (- p. 33).
To select an HDMI® CEC device:
1
2
3
4
Press B or b to select an HDMI input.
Press c. The list of HDMI® CEC devices for that
input appears.
If the input has multiple HDMI® CEC devices, use
B or b to select a device.
Press OK .
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Chapter 6: Basic features
Using closed captions
To turn on the closed caption mode:
1
2
3
4
> SETUP > TV Settings > O K .
Press b or B to select Closed Captions Settings.
Press OK .
Press b or B to select Closed Captions.
Press C or c to select On.
Note: If Closed Captions is set to Off, Analog CC Mode
and Digital CC Settings will be not available.
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
Description
Analog CC mode
Caption Size
Auto, Small, Standard, Large
The closed caption mode has two options:
Caption Text
Type
Auto, Mono w. Serif, Prop. w. Serif,
Mono w/o Serif, Prop. w/o Serif,
Casual, Cursive, Small Capitals
Caption Text
Edge
Auto, None, Raised, Depressed,
Uniform, Left Drop Shadow, Right
Drop shadow
Caption Text
Color
Auto, Black, White, Red, Green, Blue,
Yellow, Magenta, Cyan
Mode
Description
Captions
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).
Text
To view captions or text:
1
2
3
> Settings > SETUP > TV Settings > OK
Press b or B to select Closed Captions Settings.
Press OK .
Press b or B to select Analog CC Mode.
• To view captions:
Press C or c to highlight CC1, CC2, CC3, or CC4.
Text Foreground Auto, Transparent, Translucent,
Opacity
Flashing, Solid
Background
Color
Auto, Black, White, Red, Green, Blue,
Yellow, Magenta, Cyan
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
2
Giant pandas eat leaves.
Note: If the program or video you have selected is
not closed captioned, no captions will be displayed.
• To view text:
Press C or c to highlight T1, T2, T3, or T4.
WORLD WEATHER
LONDON
MOSCOW
PARIS
ROME
TOKYO
Temps
F
C
51
11
57
14
53
12
66
19
65
18
Current
Weather
Clear
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Rain
Note: If text is not available in your area, a black
rectangle may appear on the screen. You may set
Closed Captions Settings to Off.
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3
4
> Settings > SETUP > TV Settings > OK
Press b or B to select Closed Captions Settings.
Press OK .
Press B or b to select Digital CC Settings. Press OK .
Press B or b to select a characteristic. Press C or c
to select the format for that characteristic.
Using the Closed Caption button
If you press CC 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 CC1-4, T1-4,
and Off as the options.
If you press CC when a digital channel is tuned:
•The CC bar will appear and will display the available
caption options (available languages) for that channel
or service.
Chapter 6: Basic features
Setting the PIN code
Using parental controls
A PIN code is necessary for some menus.
Note: The Parental Control and Locks menu is grayed
out if no PIN has been set.
Entering a new PIN code
1
> Settings > PREFERENCES > PIN Setting >
.
Use the number buttons to enter a 4-digit number.
Confirm the code.
OK
2
Note: The PIN code cannot be set to “0000”.
Changing or deleting your PIN code
1
> Settings > PREFERENCES > PIN Setting >
.
Use the number buttons to enter your 4-digit PIN
code.
Select Change PIN or Delete PIN. Press O K .
OK
2
3
Note:
• The PIN code cannot be set to “0000”.
• If you delete the PIN code, the settings of Parental
Controls and Locks are reset.
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.
Note: The V-Chip feature in this TV supports the U.S. VChip system only.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Parental
Control and Locks > OK .
Enter your 4-digit PIN code.
Press B or b to highlight Enable Rating Blocking.
Press C or c to select On.
Press b to select Edit Rating Limits. Press OK .
The Edit Rating Limits screen appears.
Press B, b, C, or c.
Press OK to select a level of blocking.
A box with an “5” 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.
Forgotten PIN code
1
> Settings > PREFERENCES > PIN Setting >
.
Press Q 4 times within 5 seconds. The code is
cleared.
Enter a new PIN code.
OK
2
3
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Chapter 6: Basic features
Downloading an additional rating
system
In the future, an additional rating system may become
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
2
3
4
5
6
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Parental
Control and Locks > O K .
Enter your 4-digit PIN code. The Parental Control
and Locks screen appears.
Press B or b to highlight Enable Rating Blocking.
Press C or c to select On.
Press b to select Edit Rating Limits. Press OK . The
Edit Rating Limits screen appears.
Select Alt RS. Press O K . 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
8
Press B, b, C, or c.
Press OK to select the desired level of blocking. A
box with an “5” 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.
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Rating system
Independent rating system for broadcasters
Ratings
Description and Content themes
TV-MA
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
TV-14
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
TV-PG
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
TV-G
General Audience (Most parents would
find this program suitable for all ages.)
TV-Y7,
TV-Y7FV
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.)
TV-Y
All Children (This program is designed to
be appropriate for all children.)
Independent rating system for movies
Ratings
Description and Content themes
X
X-rated (For adults only)
NC-17
Not intended for anyone 17 and under
R
Restricted (Under 17 requires
accompanying parent or adult)
PG-13
Parents Strongly Cautioned (Some material
may be inappropriate for children under 13)
PG
Parental Guidance Suggested (Some
material may not be suitable for children)
G
General Audience (Appropriate for all ages)
Chapter 6: Basic features
Indication other than rating system
Display
Description
NONE
The program is rated None.
(No rating appears)
No rating information is
provided.
Note:
• If you place an “5” 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.
Locking specific channels
A channel that is configured as Locked cannot be
viewed unless the PIN code is entered first (- “Setting
the PIN code” on p. 45).
1
2
> Settings > SETUP > TV Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select Channel Options. Press
The list of channels appears.
5-1
To display the rating of the program you are watching,
press Q on the remote control.
Description
NONE
The program is rated None.
(No rating appears)
No rating information is
provided.
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 onscreen.
Follow the instructions to temporarily unlock the
program.
.
Channel Options
Ch. Type Label
Displaying ratings
Indication in the INFO
screen
OK
3
4
DTV
6
ATV
6-1
DTV
8
ATV
9
ATV
10
ATV
11
ATV
12
ATV
Press c and then B or b to select a channel in the
lock column, then press OK .
You must enter your PIN code to be able to lock
channels.
Note: If no PIN code has been set, a warning appears.
5
The box is selected. To clear the selection, press
OK
Locking video input
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
2
3
4
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Parental
Control and Locks > OK .
Enter your 4-digit PIN code.
Press B or b to highlight Input Lock.
Press C or c to select Video, Video+, or Off.
Mode
Description
Video
Locks Video 1, Video 2, ColorStream HD1,
ColorStream HD2, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3,
HDMI 4, and PC.
Locks Video 1, Video 2, ColorStream HD1,
ColorStream HD2, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3,
Video+ HDMI 4, PC, and channels 3 and 4.
• Select Video+ if you are playing video tapes
via the ANT/CABLE input.
Off
Unlocks all video inputs and channels 3 and 4.
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Chapter 6: Basic features
Setting a time limit for games
GameTimer®
You can use the
to set a time limit for
playing a video game. When the time expires, the TV
locks all external inputs.
1
2
3
4
5
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Parental
Control and Locks > O K .
(Another:
> Timer > GameTimer > O K .)
Enter your 4-digit PIN code.
Press B or b to select GameTimer.
Press C or c to select 30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.
To cancel the timer, select Off.
To deactivate the Input Lock once the GameTimer® has
activated it:
Set the Input Lock to Off (- “Locking video input” on
p. 47).
Note:
• A message appears when 10 minutes, 3 minutes, and 1
minute 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 (- “Locking video input”).
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
2
3
4
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Parental
Control and Locks > O K .
Enter your 4-digit PIN code.
Press B or b to select Panel Lock.
Press C or c to select On.
Note: When Panel Lock is set to On, “Panel Lock”
appears onscreen 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.
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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-CEC
Control Setup menu is set to On, the following HDMI®
CEC Control functions are enabled.
To set HDMI® CEC Control Setup:
1
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > HDMI-CEC
Control Setup > OK .
Press B or b to highlight Enable HDMI-CEC
Control.
Press C or c 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 B or b to select an item. Press C or c 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.
Chapter 6: Basic features
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.
Power
Turns the selected device on and off.
Root Menu
Accesses the selected device’s top menu.
Begins playback.
Contents
Menu
Accesses the contents list when you press
OK .
Stops playback.
Setup Menu
Accesses the device’s setup menu.
Description
Skips forward.
Skips backward.
Fast-forwards.
Rewinds/reverses.
OK
Navigates contents menu, etc.
Enters contents menu, etc.
Closes the menu.
RED,
GREEN,
YELLOW,
BLUE
Press
to open the Quick menu.
Select HDMI-CEC Player Control. Press OK .
Press B or b to select the item you want to control
and press OK .
Description
Pauses the picture during play or record
mode.
BbCc
1
2
3
Item
Available remote control key functions:
Before using these key functions, set the MODE
SELECT switch on the remote control to TV.
Button
HDMI® CEC Player Control menu functions:
Controls various operations
Note: These functions depend on the connected devices.
Note:
• These functions depend on the connected devices.
• The HDMI-CEC Player Control item is not available under
these 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 switching
capability (e.g. an amplifier) is connected to the HDMI
input, you can select another HDMI® CEC device that is
connected to the master HDMI device.
Use
on the remote control or the control panel (p. 43).
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Adjusting the amplifier’s audio
Using the TV’s remote control, you can adjust or mute
the sound volume of your amplifier.
• VOL VOL adjust the volume level.
•
turns off the sound.
Note: This feature is available when Amplifier Control is set
to On.
1
2
3
Using the HDMI® settings feature
Note: If some HDMI legacy sources do not work properly
with your HDMI TV, set INSTAPORT™ to Off. Adjusting this
setting should allow your HDMI legacy source to operate
properly with your TV.
Mode (default setting) Description
> Settings > PREFERENCES > HDMI-CEC
Control Setup > O K .
Press B or b to highlight Speaker Preference.
Press C or c to select Amplifier.
INSTAPORT™: On
Reduces the lag time when
switching HDMI sources.
Note: Confirm that a connected HDMI® CEC device
(such as DVD player, etc.) is selected for the Amplifier
input source.
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.
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.
Other
HDMI®
CEC Control functions
When Enable HDMI-CEC Control and all items in the
HDMI-CEC Control Setup menu are set to On, the
following functions will be enabled.
Item
Description
TV Auto
Power
If an HDMI® CEC device is turned on, the
TV turns on automatically.
If the TV is turned off, it will send a
Auto Standby message to turn off all of the HDMI® CEC
devices connected to the TV.
Amplifier
Control
If Amplifier Control is set to On, you can
adjust the sound volume or turn off the
sound using the remote control.
Speaker
Preference
From 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.
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The RGB Range setting requires appropriate HDMI
source devices. If your HDMI source device does not
support this feature, the TV may not work properly
when it is enabled.
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.
1
2
3
4
5
Select the appropriate HDMI input mode (HDMI 1,
HDMI 2, HDMI 3, or HDMI 4).
> Settings > PREFERENCES > AV
Connection > OK .
Press B or b to select HDMI Settings. Press OK .
Press B or b to select an item.
Press C or c to select a setting.
Viewing the HDMI® signal
information
1
2
> Settings > PREFERENCES > HDMI
Information Display.
Press C or c to select On. Press Q. 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 Q when this feature is set to Off, only the
normal banner will appear.
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Using your PC with the TV
Setting the timer to turn on the TV
Adjusting the image
You can set the on timer to turn on the TV to a preset
channel or input at a preset time.
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
2
3
Select PC input mode (- “Selecting the video input
to view” on p. 43).
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Display
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select PC Settings. Press OK .
Note: If a PC is not connected or there is no PC input
signal, this menu will not be available.
4
5
Press B or b to select an item.
Press C or c to make adjustments.
To activate the timer:
1
2
3
Mode
Description
Adjustment range
Moves the picture left/
right.
within ±10 from
center.*
Vertical
Position
Moves the picture up/
down.
within ±10 from
center.*
Clock Phase
Helps to reduce noise
within ±15 from
and sharpen the picture. center.
Sampling
Clock
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 PC Settings:
Select Reset. Press O K .
OK
To set the timer:
1
2
3
> APPLICATIONS > On Timer >
Set these options to your preference:
Item
Description
Input
Video input source.
Channel
Channel to view.
OK
.
Volume
Volume level.
Time until
Power On
Desired length of time until the TV
turns on.
minimum= 00:10, maximum= 12:00
• Press C or c.
• Use the number buttons.
Select Done. Press
OK
.
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
2
3
> Settings > APPLICATIONS > On Timer >
Press B or b to select Enable On Timer.
Press C or c to select Off.
OK
Setting the PC audio
You can output sound from your PC when connecting
it to your TV, using the AUDIO IN terminal and PC
audio cable.
1
2
3
.
Note: If the Enable On Timer is set to Off, other menus
under On Timer cannot be changed.
Note: The screen is disrupted momentarily when
adjusting the PC settings. This is not a sign of
malfunction.
Horizontal
Position
> Settings > APPLICATIONS > On Timer >
(Another:
> Timer > On Timer > OK .)
Press B or b to select Enable On Timer.
Press C or c to select On.
> Settings > PREFERENCES > AV
Connection > O K .
Press B or b to select Rear Shared Audio.
Press C or c to select PC.
Note: Set Shared PC Input to PC to make the PC item
selectable.
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Setting the sleep timer
Setting Automatic Power Down
You can set the TV to turn off after a specific amount of
time (maximum = 12 hours).
The TV can be configured to automatically turn itself off
after 4 hours if you do not operate the TV either from
the remote control or the TV control panel.
Using the remote control:
1
2
Press [
Set the time until the TV turns off.
• Repeatedly press [ to increase the time.
• Press B or b to increase or decrease the time.
Using the onscreen menus:
1
2
> Settings > APPLICATIONS > Sleep Timer.
(Another:
> Timer > Sleep Timer > O K .)
Enter the time until the TV turns off.
• Use the number buttons.
• Press C or c 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 [.
1
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Energy Saving
Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select Automatic Power Down.
Press C or c to select On. Press
.
Note:
• 1 minute before switching to standby, a warning
message will appear.
• When the following features are set, the feature that is set
for the nearest time will function.
– Automatic Power Down
– Sleep Timer
– Wallpaper/Auto Power Off
– Auto shutdown after 1 hour of inactivity (after
powering on by On Timer)
– No signal auto power off (after 14 minutes of no
signal)
To cancel the sleep timer:
Press [ repeatedly or press B or b until it is set to 0
minutes.
Setting No Signal Power Down
Adjusting the POWER LED’s
brightness
When an input's setting in this feature is set to On, The
TV will automatically turn itself off after 14 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,
PC
This feature allows you to adjust the POWER LED's
brightness.
1
2
> Settings > PREFERENCES > POWER LED.
Press C or c to select Bright or Dimmer. Press
.
Note: This operation is available only in 2D mode
1
2
3
4
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Energy Saving
Settings. Press OK .
Press B or b to select No Signal Power Down.
Press OK .
Press B or b to highlight the item you want to
change.
Press C or c to select On or Off. Press
.
Note:
• Default setting for each input is On.
• A warning message will appear 1 minute before turning
off.
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Displaying TV status information
Viewing support information
To display TV status information:
Press
.
The following information will be displayed
(if applicable):
•Current input (ANT/CABLE, Video, etc.)
•Either “CABLE” (for cable TV) or “ANT” (for overthe-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
input mode, PCM)
•Video resolution
•Aspect ratio of incoming video signal (4:3 or 16:9)
•V-Chip rating status (if available)
•GameTimer (if set)
•Channel Label (if set or received)
•Current display mode (Side by Side, Top and Bottom,
or Frame Packing)
•Current display format (3D or 3D to 2D)
•Input video format (3D is displayed when video
format is 3D)
1
2
To close the screen:
Press Q again.
> Settings > SETUP > System Information.
Press OK 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
2
3
> Settings > SETUP > Reset TV > OK .
Enter your PIN code (if a PIN code has been set).
A confirmation screen appears. Select Yes, and
press OK . The TV will turn off automatically.
To cancel the reset:
Press C or c to select No. Press
OK
.
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.
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 Q again. Pressing Q a third time will
remove the entire banner.
ANT
2-2
SVGA
16:9
Nashville WX Channel
3D
NONE
8:59am - 4:59pm EST
Nashville WX Channel provides Middle Tenessee and Southern Kentucky
3D to 2D Side by Side weather.
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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
2
Press I.
While the Picture Size screen is open, do one of the
following:
• Repeatedly press I.
• Press the corresponding number button.
• Press B or b and O K .
Note:
• There will be restrictions on the Picture Size settings for
3D mode and 2D mode.
• Some picture sizes may not be available depending on
the format of the signal being received.
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.
Note: 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 (-”Scrolling the picture” on p. 56) or try
viewing the program in 4:3 or Full.
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Picture Size
Native
(for 480i (HDMI), 480p (HDMI), 720p, 1080i, and 1080p signal
programs)
• If receiving a 1080i, 1080p, 720p, 480i (HDMI), or
480p (HDMI) 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 PC
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.
Picture Size
TheaterWide 1
(for 4:3 format programs)
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
(for letter box programs)
ABCDEFG----------------
The picture’s top and bottom edges may be hidden*.
TheaterWide 3
(for letter box programs with subtitles)
4:3
ABCDEFG----------------
ABCDEFG--------------------------
The picture’s top and bottom edges are hidden*.
Normal
(for SVGA, XGA, WXGA, and SXGA sources)
Some program formats will display with sidebars and/or
bars at the top and bottom.
Full
(for 16:9 [480i, 480p] source programs only)
If receiving a squeezed 4:3 format program, the picture is
stretched horizontally to fill the width of the screen but
not stretched vertically.
(for 1080i, 1080p, and 720p program sources)
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
(for SVGA, XGA, WXGA, and SXGA sources)
“Dot by Dot” is a non-scaling display. Depending on the
input signal format, the picture is displayed with sidebars
and/or bars at the top and bottom. (Example: SVGA
input source)
* To view the hidden areas (such as subtitles or captions), see
“Scrolling the picture” (- p. 56).
The edges of the picture may be hidden.
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Scrolling the picture
Using the 4:3 Stretch
If the edges of the picture are hidden, you can adjust the
image’s position.
When 4:3 Stretch is activated, the TV displays 4:3
programs as a full-screen picture.
Note:
• You can adjust the picture position when the picture size
is set to TheaterWide 2 or TheaterWide 3.
• When viewing DTV, NET TV, or Media Player, this feature
is not available.
Note: This feature is available when Auto Aspect is set to
On.
1
2
3
4
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Display
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Picture Position. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Vertical Position.
Press C or c to make the appropriate adjustments.
The adjustment range is from -5 to +10.
1
2
3
Freezing the picture
1
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:
•A 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i digital signal from the ANT/
CABLE input
•A 480i signal from the ColorStream HD or Video
input
•A 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
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Display
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Auto Aspect.
Press C or c to select On. Press
.
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> Settings > PREFERENCES > Display
Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select 4:3 Stretch.
Press C or c to select On. Press
.
2
When watching the TV, press B to freeze the
picture.
To unfreeze the picture, press B again.
Note: After 15 minutes, the picture will unfreeze
automatically.
Using the FREEZE function 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.
Chapter 7: Picture and sound controls
Adjusting the picture
Adjusting the picture quality
The adjustments you make to picture quality under a
picture mode are saved to that picture mode.
Selecting the picture mode
Selection
Pressing C
Pressing c
You can select your desired picture settings from the
modes described below.
Backlight*
darker
lighter
Contrast
lower
higher
Mode
Description
Brightness
darker
lighter
AutoView®
Automatically adjusts picture settings
based on ambient light conditions and
input signal content.
Color
paler
deeper
Tint
reddish
greenish
Sports
Bright and dynamic picture.
Sharpness
softer
sharper
Standard
Standard picture settings.
Movie 1
Movie 2
Lower contrast for darkened room.
Game
Designed for playing a video game
requiring split-second timing between
the screen display and input from the
controller.
PC
Designed for the viewing of PC tables
and documents.
Note:
• PC mode is available for HDMI and PC inputs only (not
displayed for other input sources).
• Game mode cannot be turned on when the ANT/CABLE
input is selected.
1
2
> Settings > PICTURE > Picture Mode.
Press C or c to select a mode. Press
.
Note:
• The picture mode you select affects the current input
only. You can select a different picture mode for each
input.
• The picture mode can be changed to Game mode by
pressing
when the input mode is ColorStream HD,
PC, VIDEO, or HDMI.
* 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 any of the
following cases.
• AutoView is selected.
• TheaterLock is set to On.
To adjust the picture quality:
1
2
> Settings > PICTURE > the setting you would
like to adjust (Backlight, Contrast, Brightness,
Color, Tint, or Sharpness).
Press C or c to adjust the setting. Press
.
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
2
3
Select the picture mode you want to reset.
> Settings > PICTURE > Reset > OK . A
confirmation screen appears.
Press C or c to select Yes. Press OK .
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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.
DynaLight™
The DynaLight™ feature automatically strengthens the
black coloring of dark areas in the video according to
the level of darkness.
1
2
3
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select DynaLight.
Press C or c to select On or Off. Press
.
Static Gamma
To set Edge Enhancer:
The static gamma feature lets you adjust the levels of
black in the picture.
1
To adjust the static gamma settings:
2
3
4
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Edge Enhancer. Press OK .
Press C or c to select On.
Press B or b to highlight Level. Press C or c to
select either 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. Press
.
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
2
3
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Dynamic Contrast.
Press C or c to adjust the level. The adjustment
range is from 0 to 10. Press
.
Note: When the Picture Mode is set to AutoView, the level
range is from -5 to +5.
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1
2
3
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select Static Gamma.
Press C or c to adjust the level. The adjustment
range is within ±15 from center. Press
.
Film Stabilization
This feature helps to eliminate video shaking.
1
2
3
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select Film Stabilization.
Press C or c to select High, Middle, Standard, or
Off. Press
.
Note:
• If the Picture Mode is set to Game or PC, this feature is
automatically set to Standard and will not be available.
• When the TV is 3D mode, this feature is not available.
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ClearScan 480™
Auto Brightness Sensor
This feature provides smoother motion and a crisper
image.
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
2
3
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select ClearScan 480.
Press C or c to select On. Press
.
1
2
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select Auto Brightness Sensor
Settings. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Auto Brightness Sensor.
Press C or c to select On or Off. Press
.
Note: If the Picture Mode is set to Game or the TV is 3D
mode, this feature is not available.
3
4
MPEG NR
Note: When the Picture Mode is set to AutoView, this
feature is automatically set to On and will not be available.
The MPEG noise reduction feature allows you to reduce
visible interference caused by MPEG compression.
1
2
3
4
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Noise Reduction. Press OK .
Press B or b to highlight MPEG NR.
Press C or c to select either Low, Middle, High, or
Off. Press
.
Backlight Adjustment Pro
This feature adjusts the backlight so that it can change
to match the ambient light conditions.
1
2
Note: If the Picture Mode is set to Game or PC, this feature
is not available.
3
DNR
4
DNR lets you soften the screen representation of a weak
signal to reduce the noise effect.
1
2
3
4
Backlight Adjustment Pro
Backlight Control Level
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Noise Reduction. Press OK .
Press B or b to select DNR.
Press C or c to select Low, Middle, High, Auto, or
Off. Press
.
Note:
• If the Picture Mode is set to Game or PC, this feature is
not available.
• 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.
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select Auto Brightness Sensor
Settings. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Backlight Adjustment Pro.
Press OK . The Backlight Control Level screen
appears.
Press OK to display the adjustment window. Press C
or c to select the point. Press B or b to adjust the
level. The adjustment range is from 0 to 100.
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100
Control
Level
Cancel
Reset
0
Ambient Light
5
Press OK 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. Press OK .
Note: If the Auto Brightness Sensor is set to Off, this
feature will not be available.
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ColorMaster™
The ColorMaster™ feature allows you to adjust
standard colors.
1
2
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select ColorMaster, press C or c to
select On. Press
.
Base Color Adjustment
When ColorMaster™ is set to On, the list of base colors
appears. You can select a base color to adjust.
1
2
3
4
5
6
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Base Color Adjustment.
Press OK . The Base Color Adjustment screen
appears.
Press B or b to select a color. Press c.
Press C or c to select Hue, Saturation, or
Brightness.
Press B or b to adjust the setting.
Repeat Steps 3 through 5 to adjust other colors.
To reset the adjustments to the factory defaults,
select Reset on the screen. Press O K .
Color temperature
1
2
3
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Color Temperature.
Press C or c to adjust the level. The adjustment
range is 0 (warm) to 10 (cool). Press
.
Note: When the Picture Mode is set to AutoView, the
adjustment range is -5 to +5.
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
2
3
4
> Settings > PICTURE > Expert Picture
Settings > OK .
Select Test Pattern.
Press C or c to select On.
Adjust picture settings.
Note: When the TV is 3D mode, this feature is not available.
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
2
3
4
5
> Settings > PICTURE > Expert Picture
Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select RGB Filter. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Red, Green, or Blue to adjust.
Press C or c to select On.
Press b to select Color or Tint, press C or c to
adjust. Press
.
Note: It is not possible to turn off all three colors
simultaneously.
White Balance
Window Display
Resetting to the factory default
This feature displays the Window Pattern to adjust the
white balance with a measuring device.
1
1
2
3
> Settings > PICTURE > Advanced Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Reset. Press O K .
A confirmation screen appears.
Select Yes. Press O K .
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2
3
4
5
> Settings > PICTURE > Expert Picture
Settings > OK .
Press B or b to select White Balance. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Window Display.
Press C or c to select On.
Adjust picture settings.
Chapter 7: Picture and sound controls
Setting Type
Adjusting the audio
You can adjust the white balance setting.
1
2
3
4
> Settings > PICTURE > Expert Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select White Balance. Press OK .
Press C or c to select 2P White Balance. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Red-Offset, Green-Offset,
Blue-Offset, Red-Gain, Green-Gain, or BlueGain. Press C or c to adjust.
Muting the sound
Press
to partially reduce (1/2 Mute) or turn off
(Mute) the sound. Each time you press
, the mute
mode changes in the following order:
1/2 Mute
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.
2
3
> Settings > PICTURE > Expert Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select White Balance. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Copy to All Inputs. Press
A confirmation screen appears.
Select Yes. Press O K .
Volume
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 Z
to set the volume to 0.
Copy to All Inputs
1
Mute
Note: If you modify items in the SOUND menu while Mute
is active, Mute is cancelled.
OK
.
Selecting stereo/SAP broadcasts
Resetting to the factory default
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
onscreen when Q is pressed.
1
To listen in stereo sound:
4
2
3
> Settings > PICTURE > Expert Picture
Settings > O K .
Press B or b to select Reset. Press O K .
A confirmation screen appears.
Select Yes. Press O K .
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
2
> Settings > PICTURE > TheaterLock.
Press C or c to select On. Press
.
1
2
> Settings > SOUND > MTS.
Press C or c to select Stereo. Press
.
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.
To listen to a second audio program on an analog
station (if available):
If provided by individual analog stations, you can listen
to a second audio program containing another
language, music, or other audio information.
For example, you will hear the other language instead
of the program’s normal audio.
1
2
> Settings > SOUND > MTS.
Press C or c to select SAP. Press
.
Note: If there is no sound in SAP mode, select Stereo.
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Using the MTS button
If you press MTS when an analog channel is tuned:
•The Analog Audio bar will appear and display Stereo,
SAP, Mono as the options.
MTS
If you press
when a digital channel is tuned:
•The Digital Audio bar will appear and offer different
audio choices for the digital channel.
MTS
If you press
when an external input is selected:
•No Audio bar is displayed.
Adjusting the audio balance
You can adjust the audio balance.
1
2
> Settings > SOUND > Balance.
Press C or c to adjust. Press
.
Adjusting the range
You can adjust bass and treble.
1
2
> Settings > SOUND > Bass or Treble.
Press C or c to adjust. Press
.
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
2
3
4
Tune to a digital source on the ANT/CABLE input.
> Settings > PREFERENCES > AV
Connection > O K .
Press B or b to select Digital Audio Output.
Press C or c to select Auto or PCM. Press
.
Option
Description
Auto
Outputs Dolby Digital to the digital
audio output if it is being broadcast;
otherwise, it outputs PCM.
PCM
Outputs PCM format to the digital audio
output socket.
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Using the Dolby® Digital Dynamic
Range Control feature
You can further compress Dolby Digital and Dolby
Digital Plus dynamic range so you can switch from
digital to analog broadcasts at the same dynamic range.
1
2
> Settings > SOUND > Dynamic Range
Control.
Press C or c 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.
- When DLNA Certified products or widgets are 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.
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
2
> Settings > SOUND > Dynamic Volume.
Press C or c to select Low, High, or Off.
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.
Chapter 7: Picture and sound controls
Using advanced sound features
Using surround sound
Voice Enhancement and Dynamic Bass Boost 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.
Note: Surround features are only available for Stereo
mode (- “Selecting stereo/SAP broadcasts” on p. 61).
1
2
> Settings > SOUND > Advanced Sound
Settings > O K .
Press b or B to highlight the feature to adjust. Press
C or c to adjust the item.
Mode
Description
Voice
Enhancement
Turns the vocal emphasis effect On or
Off.
Dynamic Bass
Boost
Selects a bass expansion level (Off, Low,
or High).
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Using your home network
•This TV is a DLNA CERTIFIED™ Player. It can play
digital content stored on a DLNA CERTIFIED™
product with server functions.
If you want to use this TV as a DLNA CERTIFIED™
Player, you will have to configure the network
settings on your TV (- p. 23).
•If you want to use your home network with an
Internet connection, you will have to configure the
network settings on your TV (- p. 23).
Change the network settings if necessary (- “Setting
up the Network” on p. 65).
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 onetime and/or recurring charges.
Certain features currently not available in Canada/
Mexico.
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.
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Using 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.
Chapter 8: Advanced features
Setting up the Network
Easy Setup using PIN (Personal Identification
Number)
You can select the Network Type.
1
1
2
3
4
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > O K .
(Another:
> Network > Network Setup > OK .)
Press B or b to highlight Network Type.
Press C or c to select Wired or Wireless.
If you select Wired, see “Advanced Network Setup”
(- p. 67).
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 3 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 (to input all settings)
2
3
4
5
6
7
Note: Check the MAC address on the label or in the
manual of the AP and select an AP.
8
Assisted Setup
1
2
3
4
1
6
7
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > OK .
Press B or b to select Wireless Setup. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Assisted Setup. Press OK .
Press B or b to select the desired AP. Press OK .
Note: Check the MAC address on the label or in the
manual of the AP and select an AP.
5
2
3
4
5
6
When a screen reporting that the setup succeeded
appears, press OK .
To cancel searching for the AP:
Press
while searching for the AP. A message will
appear. Press C or c to select Yes. Press OK .
Easy Setup using PBC (Push Button Configuration)
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > O K .
Press B or b to select Wireless Setup. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Easy Setup. Press O K .
Press C or c to select PBC.
Press b to select Start Scan. Press O K .
Following the onscreen instructions, push the
appropriate button on your AP.
When a screen reporting that the setup has
succeeded appears, press O K .
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > OK .
Press B or b to select Wireless Setup. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Easy Setup. Press OK .
Press C or c to select PIN.
Press b to select Start Scan. Press OK .
Scan screen appears. Enter the PIN displayed on
this screen into your PC or AP.
Press B or b to select the desired AP. Press OK .
Select Security Key. Press OK . The Software
Keyboard appears.
Input the Security Key using the Software Keyboard
(- p. 68). To save your settings, press the BLUE
button.
Note: The Security Key must adhere to these
conditions:
-TKIP/AES: 8-63 ASCII or 64 Hex characters
-WEP: 5 or 13 ASCII or 10 or 26 Hex characters
7
Select Done. Press
OK
.
Note: Settings are not saved if
Done is selected.
is pressed before
To cancel searching for the AP:
Press
while searching for the AP. A message will
appear. Press C or c to select Yes. Press O K .
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Manual Setup
Wireless Information
1
The settings configured in Wireless Setup can be
confirmed.
2
3
4
5
6
7
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > O K .
Press B or b to select Wireless Setup. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Manual Setup. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Network Name. Press OK .
The Software Keyboard window appears.
Input the Network Name using the Software
Keyboard (- p. 68). To save your settings, press
the BLUE button.
Press B or b to highlight Authentication. Press C
or c to select Open/Shared, WPA-PSK, or WPA2PSK.
Press B or b to highlight Encryption. Press C or c
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.
8
9
Press B or b to select Security Key. Press OK . The
Software Keyboard window appears.
Input the Security Key using the Software
Keyboard (- p. 68). To save your settings, press
the BLUE button.
Note: This item is grayed out when Encryption is
None.
10 Select Done. Press
OK
.
Note: When Encryption is None, a message will
appear. Press C or c to select Yes. Press O K .
Note: Settings are not saved if
Done is selected.
is pressed before
1
2
> Network > Wireless Information > OK .
A Wireless Information screen will appear.
Note: Press the RED button to check the availability of
surrounding APs.
Note: This feature is available from the Quick menu while
using Media Player or NET TV feature.
> Wireless Information >
OK
.
Item
Description
Status
Connected is displayed when the TV is
connected to the AP.
Disconnected is displayed when the
TV is disconnected from the AP.
Signal
Connection signal strength with the AP
(STRONG/MEDIUM/WEAK)
Speed
The link speed with AP
Mode
Working mode (11a, 11b, 11g, 11n)
Channel
The channel in use (1-165)
Network Name SSID set
Authentication Authentication set
Encryption
Encryption set
Security Key
Security Key set
AP MAC
Address
The AP's MAC address is displayed
when the TV is connected to the AP.
TV MAC
Address
The TV’s MAC address
DHCP
Enabled is displayed when you use
DHCP.
Disabled is displayed when you do not
use DHCP.
IP Address
The TV's IP address
Subnet Mask
Value of the Subnet Mask
Default
Gateway
Default GATEWAY’s address
DNS
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 be
changed to AES (Under manual setup).
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Advanced Network Setup
DNS 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.
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.
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
2
Auto Setup:
1
2
3
4
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > O K .
Press B or b to select Advanced Network Setup.
Press OK .
Press B or b to select IP Address Setup. Press OK .
Select Auto Setup. Press C or c to select On.
Note: Other items will be grayed out when Auto Setup is
set to On.
3
4
Note: Other items will be grayed out when Auto Setup is
set to On.
Manual setup:
1
2
Manual Setup:
1
2
3
4
5
6
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > O K .
Press B or b to select Advanced Network Setup.
Press OK .
Press B or b to select IP Address Setup. Press OK .
Select Auto Setup. Press C or c to select Off.
Press B or b to highlight IP Address.
Press C or c to highlight the field you want to
change and use the number buttons to input the IP
address. To save the setting, press O K .
Note:
• IP address field numbers must be between 0 and
255. If you input an incompatible number and press
OK , the field number will be reset to the previous
value.
7
8
Press B or b to highlight Subnet Mask, and edit in
the same way as IP Address.
Press B or b 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, please contact your network
administrator or internet service provider.
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > OK .
Press B or b to select Advanced Network Setup.
Press OK .
Press B or b to select DNS Setup. Press OK .
Select Auto Setup. Press C or c to select On.
3
4
5
6
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > OK .
Press B or b to select Advanced Network Setup.
Press OK .
Press B or b to select DNS Setup. Press OK .
Select Auto Setup. Press C or c to select Off.
Press B or b to highlight Primary DNS Address.
Press C or c 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 OK .
Note:
• DNS address field numbers must be between 0 and
255. If you input an incompatible number and press
OK , the field number will be reset to the previous
value.
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Press B or b 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
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > OK .
Press B or b to select Advanced Network Setup.
Press OK .
Press B or b to select MAC Address. Press OK .
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Network Connection Test
Using the software keyboard
This function checks Internet connectivity.
1
2
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Network
Setup > O K .
Press B or b to select Network Connection Test.
Press OK .
Note: A message will appear 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
while searching for the Internet connection.
You can enter text using the Software Keyboard. The
Software Keyboard window will appear when you
press OK on a field that accepts character input.
Note: When using the NET TV feature, software keyboard
availability depends on the internet service being
accessed.
To enter text using the software keyboard:
1
2
3
4
Highlight the desired character on the onscreen
software keyboard.
Press OK .
Repeat Step 1 and 2 until you have entered all
desired text.
Press the BLUE button to save your settings and
return to the previous screen.
Note: If
is pressed, changes are not saved and
the software keyboard window is closed.
A a 1 @
AAA|
A B C D E
H
I
J
K
O P Q R S
V W X
Y
F
G
L M N
T
U
Z
Input operation on the remote control:
Button
OK
Description
Inputs the selected character.
0–9
Inputs the number directly.
Bb C c
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.
RED
Deletes 1 character to the left of the
cursor.
GREEN
Cycles through upper case, lower case,
numbers, and symbols, if available.
YELLOW
Chooses an accented version of the
current letter, if applicable.
BLUE
Saves changes and closes the Software
Keyboard window.
Closes the Software Keyboard window
without saving changes.
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Performing a Software Upgrade
Using the NET TV™ feature
TOSHIBA may offer upgrades for the TV's software in
the future. The TV's software is upgraded via Internet
connection.
Note:
• You need to connect to the Internet before using this
feature (- p. 23).
• Services may not be currently available in your area.
• User registration or login may be required to use some
services.
• The NET TV feature and 3D display are not available at
the same time.
•
is not available while using the NET TV feature.
Before downloading software:
Configure your TV to connect to the Internet.
Note:
• You will not be able to use the TV set while the upgrade
is being performed.
• Do not turn off the TV during the upgrade.
• By upgrading, the factory default values may be
changed.
1
NET TV menu
> Settings > SETUP > Software Upgrade >
.
Network Upgrade is displayed. Press O K .
1
Note: If the network is not available, a warning
message will appear.
2
OK
2
3
Press
.
(From the Menu:
> Settings > APPLICATIONS
> NET TV > OK .)
Press C or c to select an icon. Press OK .
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.
1
> Settings > SETUP > Software Licenses >
.
A screen will appear displaying all the licensing
information required for the television’s software.
OK
Note:
• When you access the NET TV menu for the first time, a
welcome screen appears (- “Guided Setup”). After
setup is complete, this feature is available.
• If the display of the date and time is wrong, turn off the
TV, and turn it on again.
• NET TV menu items may change in the upgrade
process.
• If 3D signal format with 3D Auto Detect Information is
received while using this feature, the screen is closed.
To use this function again:
1 Switch to 2D mode pressing .
2 Switch to Native mode from the Quick menu (- p. 39).
3 Press
or select NET TV from the Menu.
• When 3D video format is Frame Packing, this feature is
not available.
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Guided Setup
To deactivate your device:
The first time you use Yahoo! TV Widgets this step-bystep wizard begins with the Welcome Screen.
1
1
2
3
Select Let's get started!
If you select Exit Setup now, this step will resume
the next time you press
.
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Netflix Setup
> OK .
Press B or b to select Deactivation. Press OK .
Press C or c to select Yes. Press OK .
VUDU™
VUDU™ is an on-demand service that offers high
definition movies on the Web.
1
2
2
Follow the onscreen instructions.
After completing the Guided Setup:
•When you press
or select NET TV from the Menu,
the NET TV menu is displayed.
•When you press
or select Widgets from the
Menu, the TV Widgets user interface is displayed.
To deactivate your device:
Watching movies with Netflix
2
2
3
OK
.)
After having activated Netflix player and prepared
Instant Queue, movies and TV episodes in your Instant
Queue will appear on the TV screen. Select the desired
content using the remote control.
Note:
• The resolution of video content streamed from Netflix
varies depending on the communication speed and bitrate.
• Future upgrades can change the screens and messages
displayed in the Netflix feature.
To close Netflix:
Press
.
To confirm the Netflix ESN (Electronic Serial Number):
1
2
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Netflix Setup
> OK .
Press B or b to select ESN. Press O K .
Netflix ESN is displayed.
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.)
To close VUDU:
Press
.
1
Press
(S Step 3) or press
.
(From the Menu:
> Network > NET TV >
Press C or c to select Netflix icon. Press O K .
Follow the onscreen instructions.
OK
Note: Use of VUDU 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).
Netflix
1
Press
.
(From the Menu:
> Network > NET TV >
Press C or c to select VUDU. Press OK .
> Settings > PREFERENCES > VUDU
Deactivation > OK .
Press C or c to select Yes. Press OK .
YouTube™
YouTube is a video-sharing service managed by
YouTube, LLC.
This TV allows you to view YouTube video contents.
1
2
3
Press
.
(From the Menu:
> Network > NET TV > OK .)
Press C or c to select YouTube. Press OK
Press B, b, C, or c to select the file you want to
view. Press OK .
To close YouTube:
Press
.
Note:
• YouTube contents have been independently managed
by YouTube, LLC.
• Not all YouTube contents 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 contents.
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• This TV might take time during start-up and the playback
of contents.
• Content that the user may feel is improper or offensive
may be included in the contents of YouTube.
• We do not assume any responsibility for contents that
YouTube offers.
• If you have any questions about YouTube contents,
please contact YouTube, LLC.
• The content of service and the screen that can be used
may be changed without notice.
• You cannot post videos to YouTube from this TV. Please
use a PC to post videos.
• Not all contents can be viewed normally when you
access websites other than YouTube Leanback through
this TV.
Yahoo!® TV Widgets
Yahoo!® TV Widgets provide an integrated Internet and
TV experience powered by the Yahoo! Connected TV
platform. Yahoo! TV Widgets allow you to:
•Track your stocks and stay current with financial
news.
•Share photos with friends and family.
•Watch your favorite web videos.
1
Press
.
(From the Menu:
> Widgets > OK .)
> Settings > APPLICATIONS
The Dock is the horizontal list of snippets
appearing at the bottom of your TV screen
CinemaNow
CinemaNow is an on-demand service that offers high
definition movies on the Web.
1
2
Press
.
(From the Menu:
> Network > NET TV >
Press C or c to select CinemaNow. Press OK .
OK
.)
A snippet is a shortcut which launches
a TV Widget.
To close CinemaNow:
Press
.
2
Blockbuster
Blockbuster is an on-demand service that offers high
definition movies on the Web.
1
2
Press
.
(From the Menu:
> Network > NET TV >
Press C or c to select Blockbuster. Press OK .
OK
.)
3
Focus is located in the leftmost region (the
highlighted snippet). The dock scrolls snippets
under this focal point. Press C or c to focus on a
snippet. Press OK to select a snippet.
The TV Widget sidebar appears. Press B or b to
select a menu item. Press OK .
The TV Widget logo and
Home button.
To close Blockbuster:
Press
.
The currently focused
button is highlighted.
Pandora
Pandora is an on-demand service that offers music on
the Web.
1
2
Press
.
(From the Menu:
> Network > NET TV >
Press C or c to select Pandora. Press O K .
To close Pandora:
Press
.
OK
.)
The sidebar's bottom
toolbar includes four
color-coded buttons
that map to the colored
keys on the remote
control.
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Button
Description
RED
Closes the widget.
GREEN
Changes the widget’s settings.
YELLOW
Adds or deletes a snippet.
BLUE
Resizes the video to fit onscreen, or to
make it fullscreen.
To close Yahoo! TV Widgets:
Press
.
Note:
• To use Yahoo! TV Widgets you must first complete the
“Guided Setup” (- p. 70).
• If 3D signal format with 3D Auto Detect Information is
received while using this feature, the screen is closed.
To use this function again:
1 Switch to 2D mode pressing .
2 Switch to Native mode from the Quick menu (- p. 39).
3 Press
or select Widgets from the Menu.
• When 3D video format is Frame Packing, this feature is
not available.
Using the Profile Widget
•The Profile Widget
configures your user
profile.
•You can set up multiple
profiles for multiple users.
•Each profile maintains its
own list of TV Widgets.
•The Switch Profile menu
allows you to switch to a
different user profile.
•The Profile Settings menu
allows you to customize
and protect your profile.
•The System Settings
menu allows you to change
your Location, Repeat
the Tutorial, and Restore Factory Settings, which
deletes all profiles and TV Widget settings (not TV
settings).
•The Administrative Controls menu allows you to set
the Screen Saver timeout, create the Owner PIN, and
to Create a Profile.
•The Sign in to Yahoo! menu allows you to
personalize your experience using your Yahoo! ID.
•Visit http://www.yahoo.com to create a Yahoo! ID.
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Using the Widget Gallery
•The Widget Gallery allows you to browse and
discover new TV Widgets.
•The featured TV Widgets are highlighted in the
display case at the top of the sidebar.
•You can also browse available TV Widgets by
category.
•To install a widget, select Add Widget to My Profile
and press OK .
•The Owner PIN is needed to install widgets for
profiles that have been protected through the Limit
Profile indicator under the Profile Widget S Profile
Settings menu.
•Refer to the Profile Widget S Administrative
Controls menu to set the Owner PIN.
Using other Yahoo! Widgets
•The Yahoo! News Widget provides the latest headline
news for business, entertainment, politics, sports, top
stories, and many other categories.
•The Yahoo! Weather Widget provides updates on
your local and favorite weather locations.
•View the latest stock news with the Yahoo! Finance
Widget.
•The flickr Widget enables slideshows of family and
friends’ photos on your TV.
Chapter 8: Advanced features
Using the Media Player
This TV allows you to access photos, movies, and music
files stored on a USB device.
Moreover, you can also access photos, movies, and
music files from your TV or PC by connecting the TV to
your home network.
Term meaning:
DMP: DLNA CERTIFIED™ Player
DMS: DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server
•DMP: The TV can control and play content on a DMS.
– DMS is a device with server functions that stores
media content for playback on a DMP.
Note:
• Do not insert/remove USB device while in use.
•
is not available while using the Media Player feature.
Basic operation
Using Media Player with USB
When Auto Start is enabled, you will be asked if you
want to start the Media Player when a USB device is
inserted. If Auto Start is disabled (or if you want to
connect to a DMS on the network), you must manually
start the Media Player from the menu.
To change the Auto Start setting:
1
2
3
Auto Start:
Media Player Specifications
1
Device
2
3
USB device:
USB Mass Storage Class devices (MSC)
Note:
• Connectivity is not guaranteed for all devices.
• Incorrect behavior may occur with a USB HUB
connection.
DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server:
NAS, your PC (for example)
Supported file system
FAT12, FAT16 and FAT32
You must obtain any required permission from copyright
owners to download or use copyrighted content.
Toshiba cannot and does not grant such permission.
> Settings > APPLICATIONS > Media Player
> OK .
Press B or b to select Setup. Press OK .
Press B or b to highlight USB Auto Start. Press C
or c to select On or Off.
4
Insert a USB device into the USB terminal.
A prompt appears.
Press C or c to select Yes. Press OK .
Press B or b to select Photo, Movie, or Music. Press
OK . The thumbnail (for Photo) or list of files (for
Movie and Music) appears.
Press B or b to select the USB device if the selection
screen appears.
Note: If Auto Start is set to Off, you can start the Media
Player manually.
Manual Start:
1
2
3
4
Insert a USB device into the USB terminal.
> Settings > APPLICATIONS > Media Player
> OK .
(Another:
> Media Player > OK .)
Press B or b to select Photo, Movie, or Music.
(When Another in Step 2, press C or c to select
Photo, Movie, or Music.)
Press OK . The thumbnail (for Photo) or list of files
(for Movie and Music) appears.
Press B or b to select the USB device if the selection
screen appears.
To select a file in the list of contents:
1
2
Press B, b, C, or c to select a file or folder.
Press OK to move to the next layer, or press
return to the previous layer.
to
To close the Media Player:
Press
. The TV will return to the last-viewed channel
or video input.
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Using Media Player with DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server
Viewing Movie files
You need to configure a home network before using this
feature (- p. 23).
Basic Playback:
1
1
2
3
> Settings > APPLICATIONS > Media Player
> OK .
(Another:
> Media Player > O K .)
Press B or b to select Photo, Movie, or Music.
(When Another in Step 1, press C or c to select
Photo, Movie, or Music.)
Press OK . The thumbnail (for Photo) or list of files
(for Movie and Music) appears.
Press B or b to select the server you want to use if a
server list is displayed, and press O K .
To select a file in the list of contents:
1
2
Press B, b, C, or c to select a file or folder.
Press OK to move to the next layer, or press
return to the previous layer.
to
To close the Media Player:
Press
. The TV will return to the last-viewed channel
or video input.
To display the device information:
1
2
Press
to open the Quick menu in list mode or
Multi View mode.
Press B or b to select Device Information.
Select a file (- “To select a file in the list of
contents” on p. 73). Press OK or
to begin
playback.
Note: Depending on the file size, it may take some
time to start playback.
2
3
Press
to stop playback.
If playback finishes before
screen returns to the list.
is pressed, the
Note: When the repeat mode is set to All, the next file
will start playing automatically.
To pause playback:
Press
during playback.
To resume normal playback, press
.
Note: PAUSE or operations during PAUSE may not be
operable depending on content or DMS.
To play in fast reverse or fast forward:
Press
or
during playback. Each time you press
or
, the playback speed changes.
•
: Fast reverse playback
•
: Fast forward playback
To locate a specific file:
Press
or
repeatedly to access the desired file.
•
: Playback starts from the beginning of the current
file or previous file.
•
: To locate subsequent files.
Note:
• If the previous or next file is not compatible, it is skipped
automatically.
• These features may not be operable depending on the
content or DMS.
To select a language:
• If subtitles are available in the video file, you can
select it.
1
2
Press CC during playback.
Press C or c to select your preferred language.
• If audio information is available in the video file, you
can select it.
1
2
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Press C or cto select your preferred language.
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To set the repeat mode:
1
2
3
Press
. The current repeat setting appears.
Press C or c to select Off, All, or 1.
Press
. The setting is effective until the TV is
turned off.
Mode
The content is played back only once.
All
Contents in the same folder are repeatedly
played back.
1
The same content is repeatedly played back.
To display the file status information:
2
Basic Playback:
1
Press Q during playback. The information will be
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Press Q again to hide the information.
Note: The information may not be correctly displayed
depending on the content or DMS.
File specifications:
USB use
File format: MPEG2 PS, MPEG2 TS, MP4
Video: MPEG2, MPEG4, H.264
Audio: MPEG1-Layer2 / MPEG1-Layer3 / AC3 /
LPCM
Maximum number of files: 1000 per folder
Content on DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server
File format: MPEG2 PS, MPEG2 TS, MP4, WMV
Video: MPEG2(PS) PAL, MPEG2(TS) PAL,
MPEG2(PS) NTSC, MPEG2(TS) NTSC,
H.264
Audio: LPCM / MPEG1-Layer1 / MPEG1-Layer2 /
MPEG2-Layer2 / AC3 / AAC
Maximum number of files: 1000 per folder
Select a file (- p. 73). Press
playback.
OK
or
to begin
Note: Depending on the file size, it may take some
time to start playback.
Description
Off
1
Playing Music files
2
Press
to stop playback.
If playback finishes before
is pressed, the next
file will start playing automatically.
To pause playback:
Press
during playback.
To resume normal playback, press
.
Note: PAUSE or operations during PAUSE may not be
operable depending on the content or DMS.
To play in fast reverse or fast forward:
Press
or
during playback. Each time you press
or
, the playback speed changes.
•
: Fast reverse playback
•
: Fast forward playback
Note: These features may not be operable depending on
the content or DMS.
To locate a specific file:
Press
or
repeatedly to access the desired file.
•
: Playback starts from the beginning of the current
file or previous file.
•
: To locate subsequent files.
Note: If the previous or next file is not compatible, it is
skipped automatically.
Note: Some files may not be played.
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To set the repeat mode:
1
2
3
Press
. The current repeat setting appears.
Press C or c to select Off, All, or 1.
Press
. The setting is effective until the TV is
turned off.
Mode
Description
Off
Contents in the same folder are played back
once.
All
Contents in the same folder are repeatedly
played back.
1
The same content is repeatedly played back.
To display the file status information:
1
2
Press Q during playback. The information will be
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Press Q again to hide the information.
Note: The information may not be correctly displayed
depending on the content or DMS.
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 DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server
File format: MP3, LPCM, WMA
Sampling frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Bit rate: from 32 to 320 kbps
Maximum number of files: 1000 per folder
Note: Some files may not be played.
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 B, b, C, or c to move the highlight by one
window.
• If all of the photos will not fit in one screen, when
pressing C at the top left thumbnail, the screen will
move to the previous page. Similarly, when pressing
c at the bottom right thumbnail, the screen will move
to the next page.
2
3
When you select a folder, press OK to move to the
next layer. Press
to move back to the previous
layer.
Press OK to view the selected photo in Single View
mode.
Note: Displaying thumbnail data may take time.
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 is displayed.
1
2
On Multi view mode, press B, b, C, or c to select a
file. Press OK .
Press C or c to view the next or previous file.
Note:
• If the previous or next file is not compatible, it will be
skipped automatically.
• Single view mode is changed to Multi View mode when
is pressed.
Slideshow mode:
This view allows you to watch a slideshow of the
photos. In this mode, only files located in the selected
directory will be displayed.
1
2
To switch to Slideshow mode, press OK while in
Single View mode.
To return to Single View mode, press OK again.
Press C or c to view the next or previous file.
Note: If the previous or next file is not compatible, it is
skipped automatically.
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To set the mode settings:
File specifications:
1
USB use
2
3
4
Press
to open the Quick menu while in Single
View mode or Slideshow mode.
Press B or b to select the item (SOUND, Interval
Time, Repeat, Background Music, or Speakers).
Press C or c to adjust the setting.
Press
to return to Single View mode or
Slideshow mode.
Data compatibility: JPEG Exif ver 2.2
File format: JPEG
Maximum viewable resolution:
4096 × 4096 (HW decode)
16384 × 16384 (SW decode)
Maximum photo size: 9 MB
Maximum number of files: 2000 per folder
Description
Content on DLNA CERTIFIED™ Server
Interval Time
Sets a time interval to view photos at
(3sec, 5sec, 10sec, 15sec, 30sec, 60sec, or
90sec).
Repeat
Displays photos in the same directory
repeatedly. On/Off
Data compatibility: JPEG EXIF Ver.1.x or later,
JFIF 1.02a
File format: JPEG
Maximum photo resolution: 4096 x 4096
Maximum photo size: 6 MB
Maximum number of files: 2000 per folder
Item
To set the background Music:
1
2
3
4
5
Press
to open the Quick menu while in
Slideshow mode.
Press B or b to select Background Music. Press
Highlight Background Music. Press C or c to
select On.
Press b to select Select Music. Press O K .
Select a music file.
Note: Some files may not be played.
OK
.
Note:
• The music must be selected from a USB device or DMS
from which the picture files will be played.
• This feature is not available when there is no music that
can be selected.
To rotate the image:
While viewing the image in Single View mode or
Slideshow mode, press B or b to rotate the image 90
degrees.
To return to the thumbnail:
Press
while in Single View mode or Slide Show
mode.
To display file status information:
1
2
Press Q. The information will be displayed at the
bottom of the screen.
Press Q again to hide the information.
Note: The information may not be correctly displayed
depending on the content or DMS.
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Using the Wallpaper feature
This feature allows you to display a photo file stored on
the TV.
•Only one photo file can be stored on the TV.
•The photo file can be overwritten with a file from an
external device (USB, DMS).
1
2
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Wallpaper
Setup > O K .
(Another:
> Wallpaper > O K .)
The preview screen will appear.
Press c to select Start. Press O K .
To close the Wallpaper:
Press
.
Photo Select
1
2
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Wallpaper
Setup > O K . The preview screen will appear.
Press B or b to select Photo Select. Press OK . The
device selection screen appears.
Note: This screen will not appear when there is only
one device connected.
3
4
Press B or b to select the appropriate device. Press
OK .
Press B, b, C, or c to select the photo you want to
copy from the USB or DMS to the TV. Press OK .
Photo Edit
1
2
3
4
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Wallpaper
Setup > O K . The preview screen appears.
Press B or b to select Photo Edit. Press O K .
Press B or b to select Rotate or Delete.
Set the following items as required.
• Rotate - Press O K to rotate the image 90°clockwise.
• Delete - Press O K . A confirmation screen appears.
Select YES. Press O K .
Note: The Factory default image cannot be deleted.
5
Press
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.
Auto Power Off
1
2
3
> Settings > PREFERENCES > Wallpaper
Setup > OK . The preview screen appears.
Press B or b to highlight Auto Power Off.
Press C or c to select Off, 00:30, 01:00, 02:00, 04:00,
06:00, or 12:00.
• If the Wallpaper window is left open, the TV will
automatically turn off after the set length of time
(maximum 12 hours).
4
Press
.
Chapter 9: Troubleshooting
Cannot view external signals or channel 3 or 4
General troubleshooting
Before calling a service technician, please check this
chapter for a possible cause of the problem and some
solutions you can try.
Black box onscreen
• The closed caption feature is set to one of the Text modes
(T1, T2, T3, or T4). Set the closed caption feature to Off
(- p. 44).
Poor color or no color
• The station may be having broadcast difficulties. Try another
channel.
• Check the Input mode when you use Shared Inputs
(- p. 32).
• Adjust the Tint and/or Color (- p. 57).
Poor composite picture
TV stops responding to controls
• If the TV stops responding to the remote control or TV
control panel and you cannot turn off the TV, press and hold
the POWER button on the TV control panel for 5 seconds or
more to reset the TV.
Other problems
• If your TV’s problem is not addressed in this
Troubleshooting section or the recommended solution has
not worked, perform the Reset Factory Defaults procedure
(- p. 53).
TV will not turn on
• Ensure the power cord is plugged in. Press
• Replace the remote control’s batteries.
• Try the control panel buttons.
• 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 the Input Lock is set to Off (- p. 47).
POWER
.
3D problems
• Watch the TV within effective viewing angle (- p. 7).
• If 3D images are not correct, the 3D format may be different.
Change the 3D format from Quick menu (- p. 38).
• The left and right sides of 3D images may be reversed.
Switch the left and right (- p. 40).
• If 2D images are not correct, the 2D format may be different.
Change the 2D format from Quick menu (- p. 38).
• Remove all obstructions between the 3D glasses and the TV.
• If the 3D glasses is not turned, charge the battery (- p. 35).
Picture problems
General picture problems
• Check the antenna/cable connections (- p.16).
• Press
on the remote control or on the TV and select a
valid video input source (- p. 43). If no device is
connected to an input on the TV, no picture appears when
you select that particular input source. Check device
connections (- p.17–23).
• Antenna reception may be poor. Use a highly directional
outdoor antenna (if applicable).
• The station may be having broadcast difficulties. Try another
channel.
• Adjust the picture quality (- p. 57).
• If Edge Enhancer does not achieve a sharper picture, change
the Sharpness value to sharper (- p. 57).
Video Input Selection problems
• If the Input Selection window does not appear when you
press
on the remote control or the TV control panel,
press
a second time. The TV displays the next video
input source and the Input Selection screen.
• 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 these procedures:
– 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.
• The settings of Side Shared Audio and Rear Shared
Audio may be not correct. Ensure the settings (- p. 32).
Sound problems
• Check the antenna/cable connections (- p.16–22).
• The station may be having broadcast difficulties. Try another
channel.
• The sound may be muted. Press VOLUME.
• If you hear no sound, try setting the MTS feature to
Stereo mode (- p. 61).
• If you are not receiving a second audio program from a
known SAP source, make sure the MTS feature is set to SAP
mode (- p. 61).
• If you hear audio that seems incorrect for the program you
are watching (such as music or a foreign language), the SAP
mode may be on. Set the MTS feature to Stereo mode
(- p. 61).
• If you connect a PC using either the PC IN terminal or an
HDMI terminal, ensure that the Rear Shared Audio setting
is properly set (- p. 51).
Remote control problems
• Ensure the remote control is set to the correct device mode
(- p. 89).
• Remove all obstructions between the remote control and the
TV.
• Replace the remote control’s batteries (- p. 24).
• 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
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another device, use the remote control that came with the
device (- p. 92–97).
• If the TV still does not act as expected, perform the Reset
Factory Defaults procedure (- p. 53).
Channel tuning problems
• Ensure the remote control is set to the correct device mode
(- p. 89).
• The Auto Tuning feature may have erased the channel from
memory. Add the channel to the channel memory
(- p. 30).
• The Lock feature may have blocked the channel. Unblock the
channel (- p. 47).
• If you cannot tune digital channels, check the antenna
configuration (- p. 30). If the problem persists, clear all
channels from the channel list and reprogram channels into
memory (- p. 30). If the problem persists, use the Reset
Factory Defaults procedure (- p. 53). See “TV stops
responding to controls” and “Other problems” (- p. 79).
Closed caption problems
• If the program or video you have selected is not closedcaptioned, no captions appear.
• If text is not available, a black rectangle may appear. If this
happens, turn off the closed-caption feature
(- p. 44).
• A closed-caption signal may not display correctly under the
following circumstances: a) the videotape is dubbed; b) the
signal reception is weak; or c) the signal reception is
nonstandard (- p. 44).
Rating blocking (V-Chip) problems
• If you forget your PIN code: While the PIN code entering
screen is displayed, press Q 4 times within 5 seconds. The
old PIN code is cleared (- p. 45).
• The V-Chip feature is available for U.S. V-Chip systems only
(- p. 45).
No HDMI® CEC operation
• HDMI® CEC Control feature is available for Toshiba HDMI®
CEC compatible devices.
• Ensure HDMI cables with the HDMI Logo (
) are
used.
• When the connected HDMI® CEC device does not work
correctly after you have changed the device’s settings, turn
off your TV and unplug the power cord, then plug it in and
turn it on again.
• If several devices are connected, HDMI® CEC Control feature
may not operate properly.
• Read the instruction manual of the connected HDMI® CEC
device.
HDMI problems
For HDMI cables
• Ensure HDMI cables with the HDMI Logo (
used (- p. 15).
) are
For Legacy HDMI sources
• Some legacy HDMI sources may not work properly with the
latest HDMI TV products due to new standards. Turn off
these HDMI settings (Content Type and INSTAPORT™)
(- p. 50).
Network problems
Cannot connect to the Internet
• Check the modem and its incoming cable/telephone
connections (- p. 23).
• 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 the
LAN cables are connected properly (- p. 23).
• Ensure the modem and router power cords are plugged in
and the devices are operating properly.
• Ensure your IP address is set up correctly. See Section
(- “Setting up the Network”).
• Check to ensure proper operation of other network
connected devices.
Network Setup fails (Auto)
• Check to ensure the LAN cables are connected properly
(- p. 23).
• 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.
Network Setup fails (Manual)
• Ensure 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 PC.
Example of proper setup: The PC 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 PC 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 sub-nets.
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:
– Remove AC power from the router and the television
for 30 seconds.
• Reconnect AC power to the router.
• Reconnect AC power to the television and turn it ON.
After 2 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 DMS name is not displayed
• The LAN cables, if used, are not connected properly
(- p. 23).
• The WLAN, if used, is not configured properly.
• The network setup on the Server is incorrect. Make sure
both the DMS and TV are using the same network type
(DHCP/manual) and have compatible network settings.
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• Too many DMSs are connected. You cannot connect more
than 32 sharing devices at one time.
• The DMS is not turned ON.
• The “server” is not a DMS device.
• Check the firewall and streaming settings on the DMS.
LED indications
The POWER and Service LED lights on the front of the
TV indicate the TV’s status, as described below.
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 (- p. 68).
• Check the router/AP’s connection status (- p. 66).
• If the router/AP does not support PBC or WPS, Easy Setup
(PBC) will not work even if the push-button is pressed.
• 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 re-starting the scan for
available routers/APs.
• Refer to the router/AP’s instruction manual.
NET TV or Widget problems
• If the date and time display on the NET TV menu is wrong,
turn off the TV, and turn it on again.
• NET TV or Widgets may not be immediately available after
turning the TV on while the system is booting.
• Content delivered by NET TV or Widgets are the
responsibility of the Content Service Provider. Contact the
Service Provider to discuss any content issues.
Media Player problems
• Ensure that the devices (Display and Server) are connected
correctly.
• Incorrect behavior may occur when using a USB HUB
connection.
• Photo files that were processed and edited using the PC’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 DMS may not be
playable on the display.
• Content playback stability may be affected by heavy network
traffic.
• Content originally recorded on a PC may not play correctly.
• Set the media sharing of the DMS correctly, according to the
DMS instruction manual.
• Confirm that the contents of either the DMS or the USB
storage device are in formats that are supported by this TV
(- p. 75, 76, or 77).
• Depending on the DMS, access may be limited by the MAC
address. Set the server according to the DMS’s instruction
manual. This TV’s MAC Address can be confirmed in the
Network Setup portion of the User Menu (- p. 67).
For DLNA CERTIFIED™ Player
• Depending on the DMS, it may take time to display the list.
TV front
Touch Sensor
INPUT
MENU
3D IR
VOL
Power
CH
Service LED
Touch Sensor (POWER LED)
• Blue
The TV is operating properly.
• No light
The power is off or standby.
• Blue blinks
- System booting. After a while, the screen appears.
- Fan Stopped. Turn off the TV and unplug the power
cord. Then plug the power cord in again and turn on
the TV.
• Red blinks
Power-On Failure. Turn off the TV and unplug the
power cord. Then plug the power cord in again and
turn on the TV.
Touch Sensor (except POWER LED)
• White
Sensor is available.
Service LED
• Green
Software is being upgraded.
•Green blinks (if applicable)
Abnormal operation of BUS line. Turn off the TV and
unplug the power cord. Then plug the power cord in
again and turn on the TV.
3D IR
• Red
3D mode is used.
If the problem persists after trying the solutions:
•In the U.S., visit TAIS Consumer Solutions on the web
at www.support.toshiba.com or call 1-800-631-3811.
•In Canada, locate the nearest Toshiba authorized
service depot by directing your web browser to
www.toshiba.ca; click “Home Entertainment,” and
then click “Support.”
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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: 2 through 13
UHF: 14 through 69
Cable TV: 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)
Power Source
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
46UL610U: 1.2 A (rms) (maximum current)
0.3 W in standby mode
55UL610U: 1.5 A (rms) (maximum current)
0.3 W in standby mode
65UL610U: 2.1 A (rms) (maximum current)
0.3 W in standby mode
Audio Power
Main: 10 W + 10 W
Woofer: 10 W
Speaker Type
Main: Four 13/16 × 2-9/16 inches (20 × 65 mm)
Woofer: 2-3/8 inches (60 mm)
Video/Audio Terminals
VIDEO/AUDIO INPUT:
VIDEO: 1 V(p-p), 75 ohm, negative sync.
AUDIO: 200 mV(rms) (-20dBFS)
ColorStream® (component video) HD INPUT:
VIDEO: Y: 1V(p-p), 75 ohm
PR: 0.7 V(p-p), 75 ohm
PB: 0.7 V(p-p), 75 ohm
Suggested formats: 1080p, 1080i, 720p,
480p, 480i
AUDIO: 200 mV(rms), 22 k ohm or greater
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HDMI® INPUT:
HDMI compliant
HDCP compliant
Suggested formats: See table on page 85.
HDMI Audio: 2-channel Linear-PCM/AC-3; 32/
44.1/48 kHz sampling frequency;
16/20/24 bits per sample
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT:
Optical type
IR IN/OUT:
3 V(p-p), 3.5 mm mono socket
PC INPUT:
15-Pin D-sub Analog RGB
Wireless connection
• Standard: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
• Host Interface: USB 2.0 compatible
• Frequency Range: 5.15–5.35 GHz, 5.47–5.725 GHz,
5.725–5.850 GHz, 2.412–2.462 GHz
• Security: WEP64/128, TKIP, AES, WPA/WPA2PSK, WPS, None
Ethernet
• IEEE 802.3.
USB
• Universal Serial Bus Specification, Revison 1.1.
• Universal Serial Bus Specification, Revison 2.0.
Dimensions (include foot stand)
46UL610U: Width: 42-1/32 inches (1,067 mm)
Height: 28-17/32 inches (724 mm)
Depth: 11-11/32 inches (288 mm)
55UL610U: Width: 49-13/16 inches (1,265 mm)
Height: 33-1/4 inches (844 mm)
Depth: 14-1/32 inches (356 mm)
65UL610U: Width: 58-11/16 inches (1,490 mm)
Height: 38-11/16 inches (982 mm)
Depth: 17-3/32 inches (434 mm)
Mass (weight)
46UL610U: 40.8 lbs (18.5 kg)
55UL610U: 56.3 lbs (25.5 kg)
65UL610U: 75.0 lbs (34.0 kg)
Operating conditions
Temperature: 32ºF - 95ºF (0ºC - 35ºC)
Humidity: 20 - 80% (no moisture condensation)
Chapter 10: Appendix
Supplied Accessories
• Easy Setup Guide
• Pedestal assembly installation manual
• Stop/Quick set up guide
• Remote control with two “AA” size batteries
• Mounting screw
Use this screw to secure the TV. See item 26 on p. 4.
• Securement Clip
Use this clip to attach the TV to a wall stud, pillar, or
other immovable structure. See item 26 on p. 4 and
instructions on p. 5.
• Tool set
• Four spacers
Use these to attach a wall bracket. See p. 5 and 6.
• Two Cable clamps
• Two AV adapter cables
• Component adapter cable
• Two pairs of 3D glasses
• Battery charge cable
Use this cable for charging the battery of 3D glasses.
This is not usable as a USB cable.
• 3D glasses pouch
Optional Accessories
• 3D capable, high speed, HDMI cable
• 3D glasses
To obtain optional accessories:
The U.S. http://ceaccessories.toshiba.com/
Canada http://www.shoptoshiba.ca/
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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 PC 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 PC to this TV, it is recommended to set the refresh rate of your PC to 60 Hz.
• The PC IN on this TV does not accept the Sync on Green, Composite Sync, and Interlace signals.
Format
Resolution
V. Frequency
H. Frequency
VGA
640 × 480
59.940/60 Hz
31.469/31.500 kHz 25.175/25.200 MHz
72.809 Hz
37.861 kHz
31.500 MHz
75.000 Hz
37.500 kHz
31.500 MHz
56.250 Hz
35.156 kHz
36.000 MHz
60.317 Hz
37.879 kHz
40.000 MHz
72.188 Hz
48.077 kHz
50.000 MHz
75.000 Hz
46.875 kHz
49.500 MHz
60.004 Hz
48.363 kHz
65.000 MHz
70.069 Hz
56.476 kHz
75.000 MHz
75.029 Hz
60.023 kHz
78.750 MHz
59.995 Hz
47.396 kHz
68.250 MHz
59.870 Hz
47.776 kHz
79.500 MHz
SVGA
XGA
WXGA
SXGA
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800 × 600
1024 × 768
1280 × 768
Pixel Clock Frequency
74.893 Hz
60.289 kHz
102.250 MHz
1360 × 768
60.015 Hz
47.712 kHz
85.500 MHz
1280 × 1024
60.020 Hz
63.981 kHz
108.000 MHz
75.025 Hz
79.976 kHz
135.000 MHz
VESA Standard (DMT)
Chapter 10: Appendix
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 PC, 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 PC, 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 PC to this TV, it is recommended to set the refresh rate of your PC to 60 Hz.
Format
Resolution
V. Frequency
H. Frequency
Pixel Clock Frequency
VGA
640 × 480
59.940 Hz
31.469 kHz
25.175 MHz
72.809 Hz
37.861 kHz
31.500 MHz
75.000 Hz
37.500 kHz
31.500 MHz
56.250 Hz
35.156 kHz
36.000 MHz
60.317 Hz
37.879 kHz
40.000 MHz
72.188 Hz
48.077 kHz
50.000 MHz
75.000 Hz
46.875 kHz
49.500 MHz
60.004 Hz
48.363 kHz
65.000 MHz
70.069 Hz
56.476 kHz
75.000 MHz
75.029 Hz
60.023 kHz
78.750 MHz
59.870 Hz
47.776 kHz
79.500 MHz
74.893 Hz
60.289 kHz
102.250 MHz
1360 × 768
60.015 Hz
47.712 kHz
85.500 MHz
1280 × 1024
60.020 Hz
63.981 kHz
108.000 MHz
75.000 Hz
79.976 kHz
135.000 MHz
59.940/60 Hz
15.734/15.750 kHz 27.000/27.027 MHz
SVGA
XGA
WXGA
SXGA
480i
800 × 600
1024 × 768
1280 × 768
720 × 480i
480p
720 × 480p
59.940/60 Hz
31.469/31.500 kHz 27.000/27.027 MHz
720p
1280 × 720p
24 Hz
18.000 kHz
59.400 MHz
30 Hz
22.500 kHz
74.250 MHz
59.940/60 Hz
44.955/45.000 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz
1080i
1920 × 1080i
59.940/60 Hz
33.716/33.750 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz
1080p
1920 × 1080p
23.976/24 Hz
26.973/27.000 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz
29.97/30 Hz
33.716/33.750 kHz 74.176/74.250 MHz
59.940/60 Hz
67.433/67.500 kHz 148.352/148.500 MHz
VESA Standard
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3D signal formats
Resolution
Aspect ratio
V. Frequency
H. Frequency
Pixel Clock Frequency
1280 × 720p
16:9
23.98 Hz
17.98 kHz
59.341 MHz
3D Structure
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
29.97 Hz
22.48 kHz
74.176 MHz
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
59.940/60 Hz
1920 × 1080i
16:9
59.940/60 Hz
90.0/89.91 kHz
148.352/148.500 MHz
44.955/45.000 kHz
74.176/74.250 MHz
33.716/33.750 kHz
74.176/74.250 MHz
Frame Packing
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
1920 × 1080p
16:9
23.976/24 Hz
29.97/30 Hz
59.940/60 Hz
54/53.94 kHz
148.352/148.500 MHz
26.973 kHz
74.176/74.250 MHz
67.5/67.43 kHz
148.352/148.500 MHz
33.716/33.75 kHz
74.176/74.250 MHz
67.433/67.500 kHz
148.352/148.500 MHz
Frame Packing
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
Frame Packing
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
Side by Side (Half)
Top and Bottom
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Remote control functional key chart
REMOTE
CONTROL KEY
Toshiba TV
CABLE
SAT
(satellite)
Blu-ray™
DVD/
DVD-R
VCR
Reciver/
Amp
CD
GAME
Game
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
POWER
Power
Power
Power
Power
Power
Power
Power
Power
LIGHT
---
MODE
SELECT
Remote control device mode selection
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AV input
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
AV input
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
AV input
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
AV input
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
CD
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Tuner
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Phono
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Cassette
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
AUX
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
---
0
---
+10
+10
+10
+100
---
---
Input
Input
Volume
up/down
*1
Volume
up/down
*1
Volume
up/down
*1
Volume
up/down
*1
Volume
up/down
Volume
up/down
---
---
---
---
---
---
0
– (digital
–
separator)
INPUT
(TV) Input
VOL +/-
Volume
up/down
Volume
up/down
*1
QUICK
Quick
Menu
---
MUTE
Mute
Mute*1
Mute*1
Mute*1
Mute*1
Mute*1
Mute
Mute
CH RTN
Last
channel
Last
channel
Last
channel
---
---
---
---
---
CHBb
Channel
up/down
Channel
up/down
Channel
up/down
---
Channel
up/down
Channel
up/down
Channel
up/down
---
NET TV/TOP
MENU
NET TV
---
---
Popup
Menu
Menu
---
---
---
NETFLIX
Netflix
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Y! WIDGETS
Yahoo! TV
Widgets
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
INFO
/
(TV) Info
Page up/
down
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Page left/
Channel
Browser
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Page right/
Favorite
Browser
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
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REMOTE
CONTROL KEY
Toshiba TV
CABLE
SAT
(satellite)
Blu-ray™
DVD/
DVD-R
VCR
Reciver/
Amp
CD
MENU
Menu
Menu
Action,
Menu
Top
Menu
Top
Menu
---
Menu
Menu
GUIDE
Guide
Guide
Guide
---
---
---
---
---
RETURN
Return
---
---
Return
Return
---
---
---
EXIT/DVD
CLEAR
Exit
Exit
Exit
Clear
Clear
---
---
---
B/b
Menu select
up/down
Cursor
up/down
Cursor
up/down
Cursor
up/down
Cursor
up/down
---
---
---
C/c
Menu select
left/right
Cursor
left/right
Cursor
left/right
Cursor
left/right
Cursor
left/right
---
---
---
OK
OK
Enter
Select/
Enter
Enter
Enter
---
---
---
REW
Rewind*2
Rewind
Rewind
Rewind
Rewind
Rewind
---
Rewind
PLAY
Play*2
Play
Play
Play
Play
Play
---
Play
FF
Fast
Forward*2
Fast
Forward
Fast
Forward
Fast
Forward
Fast
Forward
Fast
Forward
---
Fast
Forward
SKIP Z
Skip REW*2
---
---
Skip
REW
Skip
REW
---
---
Skip
REW
STOP
Stop*2
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
---
Stop
PAUSE/
STEP
Pause*2
Pause
Pause
Pause
Pause
Pause
---
Pause
SKIP z
Skip FWD*2
---
---
Skip
FWD
Skip
FWD
---
---
Skip
FWD
RED
Red
---
---
Red
Red
---
---
---
GREEN
Green
---
---
Green
Green
---
---
---
YELLOW
Yellow
---
---
Yellow
Yellow
---
---
---
BLUE/
HOME
Blue/Home
---
---
Blue
Blue
---
---
---
SLEEP
(TV) Sleep
PIC SIZE
(TV) Picture size
MTS/AUDIO
MTS
---
---
Audio
Audio
---
---
---
CC/
SUBTITLE
C. Caption
---
---
Subtitle
Subtitle
---
---
---
3D
3D
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
SETUP
---
---
---
Setup
Setup
---
---
---
---
Record*3
(Double
click)
Record
(Double
click
---
---
FREEZE
REC
(TV) Freeze
Record
Record
Record
Note:
• “---” = key does not send a signal in that remote control mode.
*1 Volume affects the TV by default. When the volume is unlocked, each device has its own volume if its ID has volume
data. The AUDIO modes will have their own volume if volume lock is set on TV, CABLE/SAT, VCR/PVR, or DVD mode.
See “Locking the volume keys” (- p. 90).
*2 This function is available for only HDMI® CEC (- p. 49) and Media Player.
*3 DVD: REC is only for DVD Recorder, no function is selected for DVD Player.
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Operating other devices
Your TV remote control has one dedicated TV mode
and three programmable multi-brand modes: CABLE/
SAT, BD/DVD, and AUX.
Note: To operate a non-Toshiba device or a Toshiba
device that the remote control is not preprogrammed to
operate, you must program the remote.
Mode select
Default device mode control (before
programming)
TV
Toshiba TV
CABLE/SAT
Toshiba Satellite receiver
BD/DVD
Toshiba Blu-ray Disc™ player
AUX
Onkyo Receiver
Mode select
Device mode control (after
programming)
TV
Toshiba TV
CABLE/SAT
BD/DVD
Programming the remote to
operate other devices
Device code setup
1
2
3
4
Multi-brand video/audio devices
AUX
Note: If you cannot program the TV’s remote to operate
your device or some of its features, use the device’s
remote or the controls on the device.
5
6
7
Find the code for your device brand in the remote
control device code table (- p. 92–97).
If multiple codes are listed, try each one separately
until you find one that works.
Press a mode select button (CABLE/SAT, BD/DVD,
or AUX). The button blinks 3 times.
While holding down Q, input the 4-digit code for
your device.
Result
Meaning
2 blinks
Valid code
1 long blink
Invalid code
Point the remote at the device. Press
code.
POWER
to test the
Result
Meaning
The device responds.
Valid code
The device does not
respond.
Invalid code
Repeat the procedure, using
another code
When programming is complete, test all necessary
keys on the TV’s remote that operate your device. If
some keys are not operational, repeat the device
code setup using another code (if other codes are
listed for your device).
To control the TV, press TV.
If your VCR does not respond to the codes for your
VCR brand, and has a switch labeled VCR1/VCR2,
set the switch to the other position, then reprogram
the remote control.
Note: Every time you change the batteries, you must
reprogram the remote.
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Searching for a device code
To lock the remote’s volume keys to a specific mode:
Example: CABLE/SAT mode
If you do not know the device code for a particular
device, you can view each available code for that device
mode and sample the functions to find the code that
operates the target device.
1
2
3
4
5
Press a mode select button on the remote.
While holding down Q, press 8, 5, 0, 0. The mode
select button blinks twice. The remote control enters
program mode.
Point the remote at the target device Press
, 1,
. The mode select button lights up.
VOL , CH , or
Then press B or b to change a code.
If the device responds to the remote control:
Press Q to store the device code. The mode select
button blinks twice. The remote exits program
mode.
If the device does not respond to the remote control:
Repeat this step until the device responds to the
remote.
When no code is found, exit the program mode by
the following operation:
• Press Q. (current state is stored)
• Press no key for 10 seconds. (current state is not
stored)
1
2
3
Press CABLE/SAT.
While holding down Q, press 8, 0, 0, 0.
Press VOL . The CABLE/SAT mode select button
blinks 2 times (locked).
The remote’s volume keys now operate the volume
of the device associated with the CABLE/SAT
mode, even when CABLE/SAT is not the current
device mode.
POWER
Note: When a search cycle is completed, the remote
displays each available code again. If no key is pressed
within 10 seconds, the remote exits program mode and
returns to the previous code.
Locking the volume keys
The remote’s volume keys ( VOL ,
locked to a device mode.
VOL
, and MUTE) are
State
Meaning
Locked (default)
The remote operates the TV’s volume
except the AUX mode, even when the
TV is not the current device mode.
Unlocked
The remote operates the volume of the
device associated with the current
device mode.
Each device mode has its own volume
(if the device ID has volume data).
Locked to a
specific device
mode
The remote operates the volume of the
device associated with the locked
mode, even when the locked mode is
not the current device mode.
Note: The AUX mode is not locked to
other device modes.
See “Operating other devices” (- p. 89).
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To unlock the remote’s volume keys:
1
2
While holding down Q, press 8, 0, 0, 0.
Press VOL . The CABLE/SAT mode select button
blinks 4 times. The CABLE/SAT mode is unlocked.
Clearing the remote’s programming
You can clear all programmed remote control features
not related to “Device code setup” and reset the volume
lock to the TV device mode.
While holding down Q, press 8, 9, 0, 0. The mode
select button blinks 4 times.
Resetting to the factory default
You can clear changed manufacturing features.
While holding down Q, press 8, 9, 0, 1. The mode
select button blinks 4 times.
Chapter 10: Appendix
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.
Color button
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
Combination
Behavior/Mode
button
GAME
Power Off
POWER
Power On
1
Video 1
2
Video 2
3
ColorStream HD1
4
ColorStream HD2
5
HDMI 1
6
HDMI 2
7
HDMI 3
8
HDMI 4
9
PC
0
ANT/CABLE
MUTE
Mute On
1
Native (Picture Size)
2
4:3 (Picture Size)
3
TheaterWide 1 (Picture Size)
4
TheaterWide 2 (Picture Size)
5
TheaterWide 3 (Picture Size)
6
Full (Picture Size)
7
Normal (Picture Size)
8
Dot by Dot (Picture Size)
MUTE
1/2 Mute On
1
AutoView (Picture Mode)
2
Sports (Picture Mode)
3
Standard (Picture Mode)
4
Movie 1 (Picture Mode)
5
Store (Picture Mode)
6
Game (Picture Mode)
7
PC (Picture Mode)
MUTE
Mute Off
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Remote control
codes
In some cases, you may not be able
to operate your device with the TV
remote control. Your device may
use a code that is not recognized
by the TV remote control. If this
happens, use the device’s remote
control.
Satellite
Brand
Code
BELL EXPRESSVU
CHAPPARAL
COOLSAT
DIGIWAV
DIRECTV
0009, 0087
0112
0015, 0109
0019
0020, 0027,
0013, 0018,
0028, 0028,
0027, 0029,
0030, 0090,
0091, 0105,
0107, 0108,
0118, 0119,
0120
0009
0025, 0094,
0095
0009, 0008,
0010, 0011,
0012
0087
0016, 0093,
0104, 0113
0092
0017, 0103
DISH NETWORK
DRAKE
ECHOSTAR
EXPRESSVU
FORTEC STAR
GE
GENERAL
INSTRUMENT (GI)
GLOBECAST
HITACHI
HUGHES
NETWORK
LG
MAGNAVOX
MITSUBISHI
MOTOROLA
NEOSAT
NOVAPLEX
NET
PACE
PANASONIC
PANSAT
92
0097, 0098
0020, 0105,
0107, 0108
0020, 0115,
0116
0020
0027, 0089
0020, 0105,
0107, 0108
0017, 0024,
0103
0009
0101
0026
0023, 0024
0013, 0014,
0016
0016
PHILIPS
PHILIPSMAGNAVOX
PRIMESTAR
SAMSONIC
SAMSUNG
SKY NETWORK
SONY
STAR SIGHT
STARCHOICE
STS
SUPER GUIDE
SYLVANIA
THOMSON
TOSHIBA
0027, 0020,
0089, 0105,
0107, 0108,
0116
0027, 0089
0017
0114
0018
0023, 0024,
0027, 0090,
0091
0028, 0117
0088
0017
0111
0110
0102
0027
0020, 0022,
0000, 0001,
0002, 0003,
0004, 0005,
0006, 0007,
0096, 0099,
0105, 0107,
0108
ULTIMATE TV
0028
UNIDEN
VIDEO CIPHER
VISIONTEC
VIEWSAT
ZENITH
0088
0025
0106
0021
0024, 0025,
0094, 0095,
0100
Cable
Brand
Code
ABC
0081, 0078,
0065, 0079,
0123
0045
0039, 0059
0052
0033, 0077,
0124
0033, 0077,
0082, 0124
0068
0069
0052
0033
0033
0045
0082
0045
0082
0042
ADELPHIA
ALLEGRO
AMERICAST
ANTRONIX
ARCHER
AT&T
BELL
BELL SOUTH
CABLETENNA
CABLEVIEW
CABLEVISION
CENTURY
CHARTER
CITIZEN
CLEARMAX
COLOR VOICE
COMCAST
COMTRONICS
CONTEC
DIGITAL MUSIC
EXPRESS
EASTERN
EVERQUEST
GARRARD
GC ELECTRONICS
GE
GEMINI
GENERAL
INSTRUMENT (GI)
GOLDSTAR
HAMLIN
HITACHI
ILLICO
JASCO
JERROLD
MAGNAVOX
MEMOREX
MOTOROLA
MOVIE TIME
NOVAPLEX
NOWTV
NSC
OAK
PANASONIC
PARAGON
PHILIPS
PHILIPSMAGNAVOX
PIONEER
PULSAR
QUASAR
RADIO SHACK
RCA
REALISTIC
REGAL
REGENCY
REMBRANDT
ROGERS
RUNCO
SAMSUNG
0040
0045, 0073,
0121
0036, 0083,
0122
0064
0046
0061
0036
0082
0077, 0124
0038
0074, 0031
0072, 0081,
0079, 0081,
0046, 0065,
0078, 0123
0041
0081, 0060,
0066, 0067,
0123
0078
0045
0082
0072, 0079,
0081, 0065,
0078, 0076,
0123
0075
0049
0071, 0081,
0070, 0072,
0079, 0076,
0078, 0065
0086
0056
0053
0086
0064
0044
0049
0082, 0031,
0075, 0084,
0083, 0085
0054, 0055
0041, 0043,
0045, 0034
0049
0049
0035, 0054,
0055, 0059
0082, 0047
0077, 0124
0067
0061
0078
0045
0049
0041, 0036
Chapter 10: Appendix
SCIENTIFIC
ATLANTA
SIGNAL
SIGNATURE
SL MARX
STANDARD
STAR SIGHT
STAR TRAK
STARCOM
STARGATE
TANDY
TELEVIEW
TEXSCAN
TIME WARNER
TOCOM
TOSHIBA
TV86
UNIKA
UNITED CABLE
UNIVERSAL
VERIZON
VIDEO TECH
VIDEOTRON
VIDEOWAY
VIEWSTAR
VISIONTICS
ZENITH
ZENITH
NETWORK
0045, 0063,
0045
0036
0078
0036
0032
0047
0058
0081, 0123
0036
0080
0036
0032
0045
0065, 0062
0049
0086
0033, 0077,
0082, 0124
0081, 0123
0033, 0039,
0077, 0124
0045, 0121
0037
0045
0048
0083, 0075,
0086, 0080,
0122
0057
0050, 0059,
0049, 0051
0052
Blu-ray Disc™
Brand
Code
DENON
1019, 1029,
1030, 1081
1019, 1110,
1111, 1113
1128
1011, 1012,
1013, 1021,
1022
1019
1093
1077, 1078
1034, 1035
1128
1020, 1019,
1017, 1018
1133
1069
1134
1026, 1027,
1028
1086, 1087,
1088, 1090
HITACHI
INTGERA
JVC
KENWOOD
LG
MARANTZ
MITSUBISHI
ONKYO
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
SAMSUNG
SHARP
SONY
TOSHIBA
YAMAHA
1000
1065, 1122
DVD
Brand
Code
AFREEY
ALLEGRO
AMES
AMW
APEX
1112
1093, 1167
1100, 1170
1059
1051, 1053,
1096, 1094,
1055, 1155
1036
1112
1094
1092, 1053
1025, 1137,
1016, 1093,
1069, 1086,
1134, 1145,
1160, 1166,
1167, 1181
1112
1006
1005
1043
1040, 1066
1155
1093, 1167
1100, 1155,
1170
1039, 1042,
1040, 1053,
1097, 1095,
1147
1094
1053
1151
1097, 1095
ASPIRE
A-TREND
BLAUPUNKT
BLUESKY
BLU-RAY
BODYSONIC
BOSE
BROKSONIC
CAVS
CENTRIOS
CHANGHONG
CINEVISION
CLASSIC
COBY
CONCEPT
CONIA
CONTEL
CURTIS
INTERNATIONAL
CYBERHOME
CYTRON
DAEWOO
DENON
DENZEL
DESAY
DIAMOND VISION
DIGITREX
DISNEY
DRIVE
DUAL
DURABRAND
DVD2000
1063, 1112,
1064
1048, 1092
1033, 1032
1025, 1019,
1029, 1030,
1081
1059
1152
1047
1053
1117
1153
1103, 1048,
1059
1066, 1093,
1048, 1103,
1167
1031
EMERSON
ESA
FISHER
FUNAI
GE
GOLDSTAR
GO-VIDEO
GPX
GRADIENTE
GREENHILL
HAAZ
HARMAN
KARDON
HD-DVD
HITACHI
HITEKER
HUMAX
ILO
INFINITY
INITIAL
INSIGNIA
INTEGRA
IRT
JBL
JVC
JWIN
KAWASAKI
KENWOOD
KISS
KLH
KONKA
KOSS
KXD
LASONIC
LG
LINN
1093, 1117,
1167
1103
1101
1117
1079, 1094
1093, 1167
1100, 1060,
1032, 1009,
1052, 1004,
1007, 1170
1100
1092, 1103,
1040
1094
1102, 1046
1114
1137, 1016,
1069, 1086,
1129, 1061,
1093, 1145,
1160, 1166,
1167
1070, 1004,
1059, 1019,
1110, 1111,
1113, 1143
1053
1123
1015, 1094
1112
1094
1117, 1041,
1094, 1091,
1094, 1093,
1093, 1167
1120
1095
1114
1061, 1014,
1130, 1010,
1011, 1012,
1013, 1021,
1022, 1139,
1140, 1141,
1142, 1158
1053, 1047
1102, 1066
1019, 1119
1059
1094, 1051,
1154
1049, 1045
1092
1095
1102
1093, 1092,
1093, 1093,
1167, 1168
1076
93
Chapter 10: Appendix
LITEON
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MEDION
MEMOREX
MERIDIAN
MICROSOFT
MINTEK
MITSUBISHI
MUSTEK
MYRON&DAVIS
NAD
NEC
NESA
NEXXTECH
NORCENT
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
ORION
ORITRON
PACIFIC
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PHILIPSMAGNAVOX
PIONEER
PIVA
POLAROID
POLK AUDIO
PROLINE
PROSCAN
PROSONIC
PROTRON
94
1109, 1118,
1015
1061, 1130,
1117, 1131,
1158, 1177,
1178
1061, 1093,
1130, 1077,
1078, 1157,
1158, 1167,
1176
1015, 1048
1005, 1048
1061
1079
1094
1094, 1034,
1035
1100, 1170
1040
1093, 1167
1093, 1167
1094, 1040
1041, 1091,
1066, 1051,
1059, 1103,
1040, 1099,
1148, 1171
1039, 1109,
1041, 1097
1061, 1120,
1128, 1157
1070, 1162
1005
1092
1048
1016, 1020,
1019, 1024,
1023, 1143,
1144, 1145
1092, 1133,
1117, 1131,
1061, 1130,
1175, 1177,
1178, 1179
1061, 1130,
1131, 1178
1069, 1069,
1070, 1071,
1074, 1072,
1123, 1160,
1161, 1162,
1163, 1164,
1165
1146
1058, 1121,
1047, 1051,
1095, 1169
1061, 1130
1092
1079
1039
1041
RADIO SHACK
RCA
REGENT
REOC
RIO
RJ TECHNOLOGY
ROTEL
SAMSUNG
SAMPO
SANSUI
SANYO
SEARS
SEG
SELECTRON
SEMP
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SHINCO
SHINSONIC
SONIC BLUE
SONY
SUNGALE
SVA
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TASCAM
TEAC
TECHNICS
TECHWOOD
TEVION
THETA DIGITAL
TIVO
TOSHIBA
TRUTECH
UNITED
VENTURER
WHARFEDALE
1066, 1116
1079, 1092,
1094, 1066,
1116, 1048
1103
1102
1093, 1167
1041, 1038,
1149
1014
1134, 1136,
1004, 1009,
1008, 1007,
1134, 1138,
1180, 1181
1112
1005
1066, 1101
1005
1059
1037, 1040
1092
1137, 1044,
1026, 1027,
1028
1115
1094
1094
1060
1083, 1089,
1084, 1082,
1085, 1086,
1087, 1088,
1090, 1166
1041, 1040,
1147, 1150
1053, 1044
1117
1117
1014
1070, 1066,
1093, 1167
1019
1130
1092, 1048,
1103, 1102,
1046
1070
1123
1129, 1005,
1104, 1061,
1108, 1001,
1002, 1003,
1105, 1106,
1107, 1156,
1172, 1173,
1174
1063, 1032
1066
1104, 1066,
1172
1112
WESTINGHOUSE
WHITE
WESTINGHOUSE
X-BOX
XENIUS
YAMAHA
YAMAKAWA
ZENITH
1084
1117
1079
1092
1130, 1122,
1131, 1158,
1159, 1178
1056, 1059,
1065
1061, 1093,
1167
DVD Recorders
Brand
Code
ASTAR
APEX
ASPIRE
BROKSONIC
BUSH
COBY
CYBERHOME
EMERSON
GO-VIDEO
1050, 1095
1054
1057, 1036
1067
1068
1095
1064
1117
1052, 1098,
1100, 1135
1018, 1113
1117
1117, 1127
HITACHI
HUGHES
HUGHES
NETWORK
HUMAX
ILO
INSIGNIA
JVC
KXD
LG
LITEON
MAGNAVOX
MEDION
MEMOREX
MUSTEK
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PHILIPSMAGNAVOX
PIONEER
POLAROID
RCA
SAMSUNG
Sansui
SANYO
SHARP
1126
1015
1093
1013, 1012,
1010, 1011
1095
1093
1015, 1098
1131, 1117
1015
1048
1100
1018, 1017,
1019, 1020
1127, 1125,
1075, 1117,
1131, 1132,
1098
1131
1070, 1126,
1073, 1074
1095, 1058
1080, 1079
1135, 1004,
1136
1068
1101
1137
Chapter 10: Appendix
SONY
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TIVO
TOSHIBA
TRUTECH
YAMAHA
ZENITH
1084, 1083,
1089
1117
1117
1062, 1125,
1126, 1126
1062, 1061,
1106, 1107,
1108
1063
1018, 1131
1093
DAEWOO
DBX
DENON
DIMENSIA
DURABRAND
DYNATECH
ELECTROHOME
ELECTROPHONIC
EMERSON
VCR
Brand
Code
ACCELE
ADMIRAL
ADVENTURA
AIKO
AIWA
2007
2062
2000
2019
2033, 2047,
2001, 2000
2047, 2065,
2041, 2040,
2018, 2017,
2048
2010, 2090,
2033, 2074
2046
2007
2011, 2012,
2021
2033
2007
2024
2003, 2051,
2052, 2005,
2002, 2049,
2081
2033
2027, 2033,
2007, 2021,
2039
2060, 2004,
2046
2090
2056
2019, 2086
2033, 2074
2027, 2033,
2019, 2007,
2021, 2039
2021
2086
2033, 2007,
2086, 2023
2060, 2056,
2047, 2019,
2007, 2021,
2020, 2046
2007
AKAI
ALLEGRO
AMERICAN HIGH
ASHA
AUDIO
DYNAMICS
AUDIOVOX
BEAUMARK
BELL&HOWELL
BROKSONIC
CALIX
CANDLE
CANON
CAPEHART
CARVER
CCE
CINEVISION
CITIZEN
COLORTYME
COLT
CRAIG
CURTIS MATHES
CYBERNEX
FISHER
FUJI
FUNAI
GARRARD
GE
GOLDSTAR
GO-VIDEO
GRADIENTE
HARLEY
DAVIDSON
HARMAN
KARDON
HARWOOD
HEADQUARTER
HI-Q
HITACHI
INFINITY
INSIGNIA
INSTANT REPLAY
INTEO
2000, 2027,
2051, 2019,
2039
2011, 2012,
2021
2043
2060
2033, 2074
2047, 2000
2033, 2018
2033
2051, 2033,
2019, 2003,
2052, 2015,
2005, 2073,
2007, 2027,
2084, 2047,
2082, 2075,
2024, 2001,
2087, 2088,
2040, 2049,
2020, 2000,
2018, 2035,
2038, 2036,
2091, 2081,
2046, 2034,
2083
2022, 2024,
2056, 2021,
2023, 2031,
2032, 2078
2065, 2046
2047, 2088,
2087, 2000
2000
2007, 2060,
2061, 2029,
2046
2047, 2033,
2076, 2090,
2021
2019, 2085,
2007
2000, 2033
2000
2021, 2018
2086
2024
2023
2030, 2047,
2079, 2017,
2077, 2080
2056
2033, 2074
2047, 2046
2033
JC PENNEY
JCL
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
KLH
KODAK
LG
LLOYD
LOGIK
LXI
MAGNAVOX
MAGNIN
MARANTZ
MARTA
MATSUSHITA
MEI
MEMOREX
MGA
MGN
TECHNOLOGY
MIDLAND
MINOLTA
MITSUBISHI
MONTGOMERY
WARD
MOTOROLA
MTC
MULTITECH
2060, 2033,
2024, 2007,
2030, 2011,
2012, 2046,
2017, 2077,
2044, 2021
2046
2030, 2017
2011, 2012,
2024, 2010,
2013, 2021,
2017
2024, 2011,
2012, 2021,
2017
2086
2033, 2046
2047, 2090,
2076, 2074
2047, 2000
2086
2047, 2033
2046, 2056,
2090, 2047,
2062, 2060,
2056, 2047,
2088, 2089
2007
2056, 2024,
2011, 2012,
2081, 2046,
2004, 2021
2033
2046
2046
2056, 2033,
2024, 2022,
2005, 2090,
2007, 2062,
2047, 2048,
2023, 2000,
2046
2015, 2018
2007
2029
2030, 2077
2015, 2016,
2030, 2011,
2012, 2006,
2018
2062, 2092
2062, 2046
2047, 2007,
2000
2047, 2007,
2000, 2029,
2086
95
Chapter 10: Appendix
NEC
NEXXTECH
NIKKO
NOBLEX
OLYMPUS
OPTIMUS
OPTONICA
ORION
PANASONIC
PENTAX
PHILCO
PHILIPS
PHILIPSMAGNAVOX
PILOT
PIONEER
PORTLAND
PROSCAN
PROTEC
PULSAR
QUARTER
QUARTZ
QUASAR
RADIO SHACK
RADIX
RANDEX
RCA
REALISTIC
96
2024, 2011,
2012, 2081,
2034, 2050,
2017, 2021,
2020
2042
2033
2007
2046
2033, 2007,
2014, 2033,
2063, 2014,
2062
2007, 2092
2003, 2005
2014, 2014,
2046, 2060
2030, 2021,
2077
2056, 2060,
2047, 2046
2056, 2057,
2088, 2056,
2046, 2089
2056, 2062
2033
2043, 2030,
2011, 2012,
2045, 2044
2039
2060, 2059
2086
2090
2024
2024
2014, 2060,
2014, 2046
2060, 2062,
2047, 2048,
2033, 2024,
2061, 2007,
2063, 2014,
2023, 2000,
2018, 2032,
2046, 2092
2033
2033
2060, 2033,
2059, 2054,
2060, 2053,
2055, 2061,
2007, 2030,
2041, 2029,
2046, 2077,
2058
2060, 2062,
2047, 2033,
2024, 2007,
2063, 2014,
2023, 2000,
2018, 2032,
2046, 2092,
2048
RICOH
RIO
RUNCO
SAMSUNG
SAMTRON
SANKY
SANSUI
SANYO
SCOTT
SEARS
SHARP
SHINTOM
SHOGUN
SIGNATURE
SINGER
SONY
STS
SUPERSCAN
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TANDY
TASHIKO
TATUNG
TEAC
TECHNICS
TEKNIKA
TMK
2067
2033, 2074
2090
2008, 2048,
2027, 2030,
2007, 2009
2007
2062, 2090
2005, 2011,
2012, 2002,
2003, 2017
2025, 2022,
2024, 2007,
2023, 2078
2027, 2051,
2052, 2015,
2075, 2049,
2036
2014, 2033,
2024, 2056,
2030, 2002,
2088, 2023,
2031, 2032,
2046, 2077,
2044, 2039
2063, 2062,
2047, 2082,
2018, 2092
2065, 2067,
2030, 2086,
2037
2007
2047
2046, 2086
2064, 2068,
2065, 2066,
2067, 2070,
2069, 2071,
2072
2030, 2046,
2077
2088
2000, 2047,
2056, 2015,
2060, 2088,
2046, 2047,
2087
2047, 2047,
2088, 2000,
2087
2047, 2024
2033
2017
2047, 2000,
2017
2046
2047, 2033,
2073, 2000,
2046
2007, 2020,
2034
TOSHIBA
TOTEVISION
TRUTECH
UNITECH
VECTOR
RESEARCH
VICTOR
VIDEO CONCEPTS
VIDEOSONIC
WARDS
WHITE
WESTINGHOUSE
XR-1000
YAMAHA
ZENITH
2027, 2028,
2026, 2056,
2015, 2007,
2030, 2032,
2075
2033, 2007
2019
2007
2027, 2011,
2012, 2021
2011, 2012
2027, 2011,
2012, 2021,
2018
2007
2060, 2062,
2047, 2027,
2033, 2007,
2030, 2023,
2000, 2018,
2046, 2092,
2077, 2075,
2086
2047, 2019,
2087
2000, 2046,
2086
2021, 2017,
2011, 2012
2090, 2010,
2019, 2082,
2067, 2007,
2033, 2065,
2005, 2025,
2011, 2085,
2090, 2074,
2056, 2062,
2047, 2076,
2079
CD
Brand
Code
ADCOM
AIWA
3018
3002, 3047,
3001
3025, 3024,
3025
3022
3039
AKAI
AUDIO TECHNICA
CALIFORNIA
AUDIO LABS
CARVER
CASIO
CITIZEN
CURTIS MATHES
DENON
EMERSON
FISHER
GENEXXA
3043, 3016,
3017, 3042
3000
3052
3000
3045
3018, 3004
3016, 3014,
3071, 3073,
3016
3004, 3037,
3053
Chapter 10: Appendix
HARMAN
KARDON
HITACHI
INSIGNIA
JC PENNEY
JVC
KENWOOD
KRELL
LUXMAN
LXI
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MCS
MGA
MISSION
MITSUBISHI
NAD
NEC
NEXXTECH
NIKKO
NSM
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
PROTON
QUASAR
RADIO SHACK
RCA
REALISTIC
ROTEL
SAE
SAMSUNG
3013
SANSUI
3037
3078
3033, 3000
3008, 3007
3046, 3028,
3027, 3026,
3029, 3028
3043
3031, 3059,
3063, 3066
3000
3043, 3041
3043, 3061,
3057, 3038
3033, 3000
3013
3043
3013, 3012
3067
3033
3050
3022, 3004,
3071
3043
3032, 3068,
3070, 3069
3016, 3017,
3037, 3046,
3064, 3056,
3062, 3058,
3036, 3036,
3035
3039, 3009,
3010, 3039,
3011
3043, 3041,
3042
3036, 3037,
3036, 3037,
3053, 3036,
3034, 3036
3043
3039
3017, 3062,
3055, 3036,
3050, 0868,
3044, 3036
3018, 3016,
3040, 3003,
3036, 3044,
3044, 3044,
3044, 3036
3018, 3016,
3004, 3037,
3057, 0697,
3062
3043
3043
3077
SANYO
SCOTT
SEARS
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SHURE
SONY
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TEAC
TECHNICS
THETA DIGITAL
TOSHIBA
VICTOR
YAMAHA
ZENITH
3043, 3038,
3003, 3006
3016, 3016,
3016, 3015,
3030
3018, 3004
3046, 3057,
3000
3046, 3057
3005, 3057,
3056, 3055
3033
3075, 3076
3043
3048
3071, 3057,
3062, 3048,
3065, 3054,
3060
3039, 3009,
3039, 3011
3041
3067
3008
3022, 3020,
3021, 3023,
3019
3071, 3049,
3072, 3074,
3051
Receiver & amp
Brand
Code
AIWA
APEX
APPLE IPOD
BOSE
4001, 4003
4020
4080
4007, 4081,
4082
4042
4021, 4020,
4019
4069
4044
4049, 4051,
4050, 4090,
4091
4068, 4067
4018
4072, 4005
CARVER
CENTRIOS
CITIZEN
DELPHI
DENON
FISHER
GOLDSTAR
HARMAN
KARDON
IPOD
JVC
KENWOOD
KOSS
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
NAD
NELSON
4066
4011, 4010,
4009
4077, 4032
4061
4069, 4068,
4042
4074, 4042
4076
4019
NEO
NEXXTECH
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
RADIO SHACK
RCA
RIO
SAMSUNG
SANYO
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SIRIUS
SKYFI
SONY
TAO
TECHNICS
TOSHIBA
WONDER
XM RADIO
YAMAHA
ZENITH
4044
4020, 4019,
4004
4078, 4079
4024, 4035,
4002, 4012,
4034, 4036,
4037
4093, 4092,
4014, 4043,
4014, 4015,
4016, 4013,
4017
4061, 4068,
4043, 4042,
4042, 4042,
4083
4036, 4040,
4034, 4041,
4033, 4038,
4037, 4036,
4039
4036, 4037,
4038, 4075,
4073
4031, 4046,
4023, 4036,
4037, 4038,
4048, 4045,
4047, 4073,
4075
4063, 4025
4008
4024
4053, 4022,
4052
4006
4022
4044
4088, 4054,
4055, 4087,
4057, 4058,
4056, 4060,
4089, 4059
4044
4093, 4092,
4014, 4043,
4014, 4015
4000
4021
4044, 4044
4030, 4028,
4026, 4027,
4029, 4070,
4071
4084, 4062,
4012, 4085,
4064, 4018,
4086, 4068,
4025, 4065
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Limited United States Warranty
for LCD Televisions
Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. (“TAIS”) makes
the following limited warranties to original consumers in the
United States.
THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES EXTEND TO THE ORIGINAL
CONSUMER PURCHASER OR ANY PERSON RECEIVING
THIS LCD TELEVISION AS A GIFT FROM THE ORIGINAL
CONSUMER PURCHASER AND TO NO OTHER
PURCHASER OR TRANSFEREE. LCD TELEVISIONS
PURCHASED IN THE U.S.A. OR PUERTO RICO AND USED
ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.A. OR PUERTO RICO,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, CANADA AND
MEXICO, ARE NOT COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES.
LCD TELEVISIONS PURCHASED ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF
THE U.S.A. OR PUERTO RICO, INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, CANADA AND MEXICO, AND USED IN THE
U.S.A., ARE NOT COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES.
Limited One (1) Year Warranty on Parts and Labor
TAIS WARRANTS THIS LCD TELEVISION AND ITS PARTS
AGAINST DEFECTS IN MATERIALS OR WORKMANSHIP
FOR A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR FROM THE DATE OF
ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASE. DURING THIS PERIOD,
TAIS WILL, AT TAIS' SOLE DESCRETION, REPAIR OR
REPLACE A DEFECTIVE PART/PRODUCT WITH A NEW OR
REFURBISHED PART/PRODUCT WITHOUT CHARGE TO
YOU FOR PARTS OR LABOR. ANY PART OR PRODUCT
REPLACED UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY BECOMES
THE PROPERTY OF TAIS. IN SOME CASES, YOU MAY BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR DELIVERING THE PRODUCT TO A
SERVICE PROVIDER.
3D glasses included with your device are not covered by
Toshiba’s standard limited warranty.
Rental Units
The limited warranty period begins on the date of the first
rental or thirty (30) days after the date of shipment to the rental
firm, whichever comes first.
Your Responsibility
Read the owner’s manual thoroughly before installing or
operating this LCD Television. Complete and mail the
enclosed product registration card (if provided) or register
your LCD Television online at www.support.toshiba.com.
Registration of your LCD Television will enable TAIS to
contact you in the unlikely event a safety notification is
required under the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Act.
Failure to complete and return the product registration card
does not diminish your warranty rights.
THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE
FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
(1) This Limited Warranty is extended only to the original
purchaser and only covers product purchased as new.
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(2) A purchase receipt or other proof of the original purchase
date is required for warranty service.
(3) All warranty servicing of this LCD Television must be
performed by an Authorized TAIS Service Provider.
(4) The warranties from TAIS are effective only if this LCD
Television is purchased and operated in the U.S.A. or
Puerto Rico.
(5) Removal and reinstallation of product that is mounted in
such a manner as to impede normal service is not
covered under these warranties. This includes wall
mounts, custom cabinets and other installation methods
that do not provide for direct and immediate access to the
product for service purposes. Labor service charges for
set installation, setup, adjustment of customer controls,
and installation or repair of antenna, satellite or cable
systems are not covered by this limited warranty.
(6) Reception or other problems caused by inadequate
antenna systems, misaligned satellite dishes, improperly
installed cable drops or use with non-standard signals or
sources are your responsibility and are not covered by
this limited warranty.
(7) This limited warranty is void if the product is used outside
the range of the temperature (heat/cold) and/or moisture
operating conditions as outlined in the product’s
specification listed in the Owner’s manual, or if the
product is exposed to excessive smoke, dust, or other
airborne contaminants or environmental conditions.
(8) Warranties extend only to defects in materials or
workmanship as limited above, and do not extend to any
LCD Television or parts that have been lost or discarded
by you or to damage to the LCD Television or parts
caused by fires, misuse, abuse, accident, Acts of God
(such as lightning or fluctuations in electric power),
improper installation, improper maintenance, or use in
violation of instructions furnished by TAIS; use or
malfunction through simultaneous use of this LCD
Television and connected equipment; or to units that
have been modified or had the serial number removed,
altered, defaced, or rendered illegible.
(9) Product purchased “AS-IS” or “With known faults, defects
or problems” are not covered by this limited warranty.
(10)Product previously owned or registered by a consumer
and resold is not covered by this limited warranty.
(11)Product that is refurbished and resold is not covered
under this limited warranty.
How to Obtain Warranty Service
After following all of the operating instructions in the Owner’s
Manual, review the section entitled "Concierge" located on our
Customer Support Web site at www.support.toshiba.com. If
you find that service is needed, follow the instructions
provided on the web site or please contact TAIS' Consumer
Solution Center toll free at 1-800-631-3811. You must present
upon request your original bill of sale or other proof of
purchase including the serial number for in-warranty service.
ALL WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY THE LAW OF ANY STATE OF
THE U.S.A., INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
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PURPOSE, ARE EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION
OF THE LIMITED WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE. WITH
THE EXCEPTION OF ANY WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY THE
LAW OF ANY STATE OF THE U.S.A. AS HEREBY LIMITED,
THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES,
AGREEMENTS, AND SIMILAR OBLIGATIONS OF TAIS WITH
RESPECT TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF ANY
PARTS. IN NO EVENT SHALL TAIS BE LIABLE FOR
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS,
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR MODIFICATION OR
ERASURE OF RECORDED DATA CAUSED BY USE, MISUSE
OR INABILITY TO USE THIS LCD TELEVISION).
No person, agent, distributor, dealer or company is
authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of these
warranties in any manner whatsoever. The time within which
an action must be commenced to enforce any obligation of
TAIS arising under this limited warranty or under any statute,
or law of the United States or any state thereof, is hereby
limited to ninety (90) days from the date you discover or
should have discovered, the defect. This limitation does not
apply to implied warranties arising under the law of any state
of the U.S.A.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS
WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE IN THE U.S.A.
SOME STATES OF THE U.S.A. DO NOT ALLOW
LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY, WHEN AN ACTION MAY BE BROUGHT, OR
THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THEREFORE, THE ABOVE
PROVISIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU UNDER SUCH
CIRCUMSTANCES.
Limited United States Warranty
Product - Exchange Warranty
Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. (“TAIS”) makes
the following limited warranties to original consumers in the
United States. THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES EXTEND TO
THE ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER OR ANY PERSON
RECEIVING THIS PRODUCT AS A GIFT FROM THE
ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER AND TO NO OTHER
PURCHASER OR TRANSFEREE.
PRODUCTS PURCHASED IN THE U.S.A. AND USED
ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.A., INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, CANADA AND MEXICO, ARE NOT
COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES.
PRODUCTS PURCHASED ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF THE
U.S.A., INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, CANADA AND
MEXICO, AND USED IN THE U.S.A., ARE NOT COVERED BY
THESE WARRANTIES.
Limited Warranty
TAIS warrants this Product and its parts against defects in
materials or workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days after
the date of original retail purchase. DURING THIS PERIOD,
TAIS WILL EXCHANGE A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT WITH A
NEW OR REFURBISHED PRODUCT WITHOUT CHARGE TO
YOU.
Rental Units
The warranty for Product rental units begins on the date of the
first rental or thirty (30) days after the date of shipment to the
rental firm, whichever comes first.
Commercial Units
Products sold and used for commercial purposes have a
limited warranty which begins on the date of original retail
purchase and ends on the date that is ninety (90) days
thereafter.
Owner’s Manual and Product Registration Card
Read this owner’s manual thoroughly before operating this
Product.
Complete and mail the enclosed product registration card or
register your Product on-line at www.support.toshiba.com as
soon as possible. By registering your Product you will enable
TAIS to bring you new products specifically designed to meet
your needs and help us to contact you in the unlikely event a
safety notification is required under the U.S. Consumer
Product Safety Act. Failure to complete and return the
product registration card does not diminish your warranty
rights.
Your Responsibility
THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE
FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
(1) You must retain your bill of sale or provide other proof of
purchase.
(2) All warranty servicing of this Product must be made
pursuant to the TAIS Product Warranty Exchange
Program.
(3) The warranties from TAIS are effective only if the Product
is purchased and operated in the Continental U.S.A. or
Puerto Rico.
(4) Labor service charges for set installation, setup,
adjustment of customer controls, and installation or repair
of antenna systems are not covered by this warranty.
(5) Warranties extend only to defects in materials or
workmanship as limited above, and do not extend to any
Product or parts that have been lost or discarded by you
or to damage to the Product or parts caused by fires,
misuse, accident, Acts of God (such as lightning or
fluctuations in electric power), improper installation,
improper maintenance, or use in violation of instructions
furnished by TAIS; use or malfunction through
simultaneous use of this Product and connected
equipment; or to units that have been modified or had the
serial number removed, altered, defaced, or rendered
illegible.
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How to Obtain Warranty Services
If, after following all of the operating instructions in this manual
and checking the section “Troubleshooting,” you find that
service is needed:
(1) For instructions on how to obtain warranty service under
the TAIS Product Warranty Exchange Program, contact
TAIS’s Consumer Solutions Center toll free at 1-800-6313811.
(2) You must include the original bill of sale (or a copy of the
original bill of sale) or other proof of purchase along with
the entire Product when sending the Product to the TAIS
Warranty Exchange Center specified by TAIS’s
Consumer Solutions Center. You are responsible for all
inbound transportation and insurance charges for the
Product to the TAIS Warranty Exchange Center.
For additional information, visit TAIS’s website:
www.support.toshiba.com
ALL WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY THE LAW OF ANY STATE OF
THE U.S.A., INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, ARE EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION
OF THE LIMITED WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE. WITH
THE EXCEPTION OF ANY WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY THE
LAW OF ANY STATE OF THE U.S.A. AS HEREBY LIMITED,
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU
OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES,
AGREEMENTS, AND SIMILAR OBLIGATIONS OF TAIS WITH
RESPECT TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF ANY
PARTS. IN NO EVENT SHALL TAIS BE LIABLE FOR
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS,
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR MODIFICATION OR
ERASURE OF RECORDED DATA CAUSED BY USE, MISUSE
OR INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT).
No person, agent, distributor, dealer, or company is
authorized to change, modify, or extend the terms of these
warranties in any manner whatsoever. The time within which
an action must be commenced to enforce any obligation of
TAIS arising under the warranty or under any statute or law of
the United States or any state thereof is hereby limited to
ninety (90) days from the date you discover, or should have
discovered, the defect. This limitation does not apply to
implied warranties arising under state law.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS
AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH MAY
VARY FROM STATE TO STATE IN THE U.S.A. SOME
STATES OF THE U.S.A. DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON
HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, WHEN AN
ACTION MAY BE BROUGHT, OR THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE PROVISIONS MAY NOT APPLY
TO YOU UNDER SUCH CIRCUMSTANCES.
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Limited Canadian Warranty
for Toshiba Brand Flat Panel Televisions
Toshiba of Canada Limited (“TCL”) makes the following
limited warranties to original consumers in Canada. THESE
LIMITED WARRANTIES EXTEND TO THE ORIGINAL
CONSUMER PURCHASER OR ANY PERSON RECEIVING
THIS TOSHIBA BRAND FLAT PANEL TELEVISION (the
“TELEVISION(S)” or “Television(s)”) AS A GIFT FROM THE
ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER AND TO NO OTHER
PURCHASER OR TRANSFEREE.
TELEVISIONS PURCHASED IN CANADA, AND USED
ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF CANADA INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO, ARE NOT
COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES.
TELEVISIONS PURCHASED ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF
CANADA, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE UNITED
STATES AND MEXICO, AND USED IN CANADA, ARE NOT
COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES.
Limited One (1) Year Warranty on Parts and Labour
TCL warrants the Television and its parts against material
defects in materials or workmanship that result in the
Television failing for a period of one (1) year after the date of
original retail purchase. DURING THIS PERIOD, TCL WILL,
AT TCL'S SOLE OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACE A
DEFECTIVE PART WITH A NEW OR RECERTIFIED PART
WITHOUT CHARGE TO YOU FOR PARTS OR LABOUR.
Rental Units
The warranty for Television rental units begins with the date of
first rental or thirty (30) days from the date of shipment to the
rental firm, whichever comes first.
Your Responsibility
Read the Owner’s Manual thoroughly before operating this
LCD Television. Register your LCD Television online at http://
support.toshiba.ca/warranty/. Registration of your LCD
Television will enable TCL to contact you in the unlikely event
of a product safety notice. Failure to complete the product
registration does not diminish your warranty rights.
THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE
FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
(1) You must provide your bill of sale or other proof of
purchase.
(2) All warranty servicing of this Television must be
performed by a Toshiba Authorized Service Provider
(ASP).
(3) The warranties from TCL are effective only if the
Television is (i) purchased as new and unopened from
TCL or from TCL’s authorized distributors, dealers or
resellers (“ADR’s”) and (ii) located/operated in Canada.
(4) Removal and reinstallation of product that is mounted in
such a manner as to impede normal service is not
covered under these warranties. This includes wall
mounts, custom cabinets and other installation methods
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that do not provide for direct and immediate access to the
product for service purposes. Labour charges for set
installation, setup, adjustment of customer controls, and
installation or repair of antenna systems are not covered
by these warranties. Reception problems caused by
inadequate antenna systems are your responsibility.
(5) Warranties extend only to material defects in materials or
workmanship as limited above, and do not extend to:
a. Service, repairs or replacement made necessary by
accident, misuse, abuse, moisture, liquids, dust, dirt,
neglect, accident, damage, 24/7 applications,
improper installation, improper operation, improper
cleaning, improper maintenance, normal wear and
tear, screen burn or image retention caused by
prolonged display of static images and/or phosphor
aging, or any other external cause or event, act or
omission outside the control of TCL, including fire,
theft, acts of God, alteration, power failures, power
surges or power shortages, lightning, other electrical
faults, or repairs, modifications or replacements by
persons other than those authorized by TCL to service
the Television;
b. Replacement of missing, discarded or lost parts, the
provision of retrofits, or preventive maintenance;
c. Repair of damage that is cosmetic only or does not
affect the Television functionality, such as wear and
tear, scratches and dents;
d. Service on Toshiba-branded accessory items (such
accessory items may be covered by their own
warranty);
e. Service on third party products or service made
necessary by use of incompatible third party products;
f. Service made necessary by the simultaneous use of
this Television and connected equipment;
g. Modifications to the Television not approved in writing
by TCL, and service made necessary by the use or
installation of non-Toshiba modifications to the
Television;
h. Service of a Television on which the TOSHIBA label or
logo, rating label or serial number have been defaced
or removed;
i. Damage to the Television caused by failure to follow
the specifications, User manuals or guides as to usage
and/or storage.
Disclaimer and Limitation of Remedy
TO THE EXTENT NOT PRECLUDED BY LAW, ALL OTHER
EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS AND
REPRESENTATIONS FOR THIS TELEVISION, INCLUDING
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS AND
REPRESENTATIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED
AND EXCLUDED. IF THE APPLICABLE LAW, STATUTORY
OR OTHERWISE, PRECLUDES THE EXCLUSION OF ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS AND
REPRESENTATIONS THEN SUCH IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
CONDITIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS ARE OTHERWISE
LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE TERM OF THIS EXPRESS
WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTY. TO THE EXTENT NOT
PRECLUDED BY LAW, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, THIS
WRITTEN WARRANTY SUPERCEDES AND SPECIFICALLY
DISCLAIMS ANY OTHER WARRANTY, CONDITION OR
REPRESENTATION NOT STATED IN THIS WARRANTY,
WHETHER MADE BY TCL, TOSHIBA CORPORATION,
THEIR AFFILIATES, ADRs AND ASPs AND WHETHER MADE
ORALLY OR IN WRITING (INCLUDING ANY STATEMENT IN
ANY BROCHURE, PRESS RELEASE, ANNOUNCEMENT,
ADVERTISEMENT, POINT OF SALE DISPLAY, ETC.).
YOU MUST READ AND FOLLOW ALL SET-UP AND USAGE
INSTRUCTIONS IN THE APPLICABLE USER GUIDES AND/
OR MANUALS. IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, THIS TELEVISION
MAY NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY AND YOU MAY SUFFER
DAMAGE. THIS WARRANTY WILL NOT COVER ANY
SERVICE THAT IS REQUIRED, IN PART OR IN WHOLE, AS A
RESULT OF ANY FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE SET-UP AND
USAGE INSTRUCTIONS. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT
APPLY AND SHALL BE VOID AND UNENFORCEABLE IF THE
TELEVISION IS OPENED, SERVICED, OR REPAIRED BY
PERSONS OTHER THAN THOSE AUTHORIZED BY TCL TO
SERVICE OR REPAIR THE TELEVISION.
IF THE TELEVISION FAILS TO WORK AS WARRANTED
ABOVE, YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY SHALL BE
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE PART. IN
NO EVENT WILL TCL, TOSHIBA CORPORATION, THEIR
AFFILIATES, ADRs OR ASPs (THE “RELATED PARTIES”) BE
LIABLE TO YOU OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY
DAMAGES, MONEY, REIMBURSEMENT, COSTS OR
EXPENSES. THIS LIMITATION APPLIES TO DAMAGES,
MONEY, REIMBURSEMENT, COSTS OR EXPENSES OF ANY
KIND WHATSOEVER INCLUDING ANY DIRECT OR
INDIRECT DAMAGES, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR
PERSON, LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS,
INCONVENIENCE OR OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL,
EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER
FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT,
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), UNDER A STATUTE OR
UNDER ANY OTHER LAW OR FORM OR ACTION, OR
WHETHER ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO
USE THE TELEVISION, EVEN IF ANY OF THE RELATED
PARTIES HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
SUCH DAMAGES OR OF ANY CLAIM BY ANY OTHER
PARTY.
No person, agent, distributor, dealer or company is
authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of these
warranties in any manner whatsoever.
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
To the extent not precluded by law, any claim, dispute,
controversy or disagreement (whether for breach of warranty,
breach of contract, tort (including negligence), under a
statute or under any other law or form of action) against any
of the Related Parties arising out of, or otherwise relating to:
(i) this warranty; (ii) the Television; (iii) any oral or written
representations, statements, brochures, press releases,
advertising, announcement, point of sale display, or
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promotional material relating to the Television; (iv) the
relationships that result from this warranty, (the foregoing
claims, disputes controversies and disagreements are
collectively referred to as the “Dispute”), shall be referred to
and resolved by final and binding arbitration (to the exclusion
of the courts). To the extent not precluded by law, you agree
to waive any right that you may have to commence or
participate in any representative or class proceeding against
the Related Parties relating to any Dispute. If and where
applicable and to the extent not precluded by law, you further
agree to opt out of any such representative or class
proceedings. Arbitration of any Dispute will be conducted in
the forum and in the manner as agreed to between you and
TCL. Failing such agreement, the arbitration will be
conducted by one arbitrator pursuant to the laws and rules
relating to arbitration generally in force in the jurisdiction in
which you reside at the time that the Dispute arises. To the
extent not precluded by law, no claim, dispute, controversy or
disagreement of any other person may be joined or combined
with any Dispute by you, without the prior written consent of
TCL.
Critical Applications
The Television you have purchased is not designed for any
“critical applications.” “Critical applications” means life
support systems, medical applications, connections to
implanted medical devices, commercial transportation,
nuclear facilities or systems or any other applications where
Television failure could lead to injury to persons or loss of life
or catastrophic property damage.
IF THE CUSTOMER USES THE TELEVISION IN ANY
CRITICAL APPLICATION, THE CUSTOMER AND NOT TCL,
ITS AFFILIATES, ADRs OR ASPs – ASSUME SOLE AND FULL
RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUCH USE. TCL RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO REFUSE TO SERVICE ANY TELEVISION USED IN
A CRITICAL APPLICATION. TCL, ITS AFFILIATES, ADRs
AND ASPs HEREBY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY,
DAMAGES AND CONSEQUENCES ARISING OUT OF THE
SERVICE OR REFUSAL TO SERVICE SUCH TELEVISION
AND FURTHER DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY,
CONSEQUENCES AND DAMAGES THAT MAY ARISE OR
RESULT FROM THE USE OF THE TELEVISION IN ANY
CRITICAL APPLICATIONS.
General Provisions
If and to the extent that any provision of this limited warranty
should generally be found to be unenforceable, the
unenforceable provision shall be severed from the warranty
and deemed not to form part of the warranty. The remaining
provisions of this warranty shall be and remain valid and
enforceable. If and to the extent that any provision of this
limited warranty as it relates to any of the Related Parties is
found to be invalid or unenforceable in respect of that party
(the “Excluded Party”), the Excluded Party shall be deemed
to be severed or excluded from the provision, and the
provision shall remain valid, enforceable and applicable in
respect of the other or remaining Related Parties.
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To the extent permitted by law, this limited warranty shall be
governed and construed in accordance with the laws of
Ontario.
If there is any inconsistency between this limited warranty, on
the one hand, and any statement in the packaging of the
Television or in any other document enclosed with, or used in
the context of the promotion or sale of, the Television, on the
other hand, the provisions of this limited warranty shall
prevail.
How to Obtain Warranty Services
If, after following all of the operating instructions in this
manual, checked the “Troubleshooting” section, and have
visited www.toshiba.ca/support for additional
information, you find that service is needed, please contact
TCL Customer Support toll free at 1 800 268-3404.
Limited Canadian Warranty
for Toshiba Brand 3D Glasses
Toshiba of Canada Limited (“TCL”) makes the following
limited warranties to original consumers in Canada.
THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES EXTEND TO THE ORIGINAL
CONSUMER PURCHASER OR ANY PERSON RECEIVING
THIS TOSHIBA BRAND 3D GLASSES AS A GIFT FROM THE
ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER AND TO NO OTHER
PURCHASER OR TRANSFEREE.
3D GLASSES PURCHASED IN CANADA, AND USED
ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF CANADA INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO, ARE NOT
COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES.
Limited Ninety (90) Day Exchange Warranty
TCL warrants the 3D glasses against material defects or
workmanship that result in the 3D glasses failing for a period
of ninety (90) days after the date of original retail purchase.
During this period TCL will replace the defective 3D glasses
with a new or recertified pair without charge to you. You will
be responsible for the cost to send the 3D glasses to TCL.
Please keep the original carton box to help ensure the proper
packaging. If TCL determines, in its sole discretion that the
3D glasses are defective under the conditions set forth, TCL
will ship the replacement 3D glasses to the consumer at
TCL’s expense.
Your Responsibility
Read the owner’s manual thoroughly before operating these
3D glasses. To register your warranty online go to
www.toshiba.ca/support. Registration of your 3D glasses will
enable TCL to contact you in the unlikely event of a product
safety notice. Failure to register the product does not diminish
your warranty rights.
THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE
FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
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(1) You must provide your original bill of sale or other proof
of purchase.
(2) The warranties from TCL are effective only if the 3D
glasses were purchased as new and unopened from TCL
or from TCL’s authorized distributors, dealers or resellers
(“ADR’s”) and located/operated in Canada.
(3) Warranties extend only to material defects in material or
workmanship as limited above, and do not extend to:
a. Misuse, abuse, moisture, liquids, dust, dirt, neglect,
accident, damage, 24/7 applications, improper
operation, improper cleaning, improper maintenance,
normal wear and tear or any other external cause or
event, including fire, theft, acts of God, alteration,
power failures, power surges or power shortages,
lightning, other electrical faults, or repairs,
modifications or replacements by persons other than
those authorized by TCL.
b. Replacement of missing discarded or lost parts.
c. The battery for the glasses.
d. Repair of damage that is cosmetic only and does not
affect the functionality of the 3D glasses, such as wear
and tear, scratches and dents.
e. Damage to the 3D glasses caused by failure to follow
the instructions, User manuals or guides as to usage
and /or storage.
f. Damages sustained during the shipping of the 3D
glasses to TCL due to improper packaging.
Disclaimer and Limitation of Remedy
TO THE EXTENT NOT PRECLUDED BY LAW, ALL OTHER
EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS AND
REPRESENTATIONS FOR THESE 3D GLASSES, INCLUDING
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS AND
REPRESENTATIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED
AND EXCLUDED. IF THE APPLICABLE LAW, STATUTORY
OR OTHERWISE, PRECLUDES THE EXCLUSION OF ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS AND
REPRESENTATIONS THEN SUCH IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
CONDITIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS ARE OTHERWISE
LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE TERM OF THIS EXPRESS
WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTY. TO THE EXTENT NOT
PRECLUDED BY LAW, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, THIS
WRITTEN WARRANTY SUPERCEDES AND SPECIFICALLY
DISCLAIMS ANY OTHER WARRANTY, CONDITION OR
REPRESENTATION NOT STATED IN THIS WARRANTY,
WHETHER MADE BY TCL, TOSHIBA CORPORATION, THEIR
AFFILIATES, ADRs AND ASPs AND WHETHER MADE
ORALLY OR IN WRITING (INCLUDING ANY STATEMENT IN
ANY BROCHURE, PRESS RELEASE, ANNOUNCEMENT,
ADVERTISEMENT, POINT OF SALE DISPLAY, ETC.).
YOU MUST READ AND FOLLOW ALL SET-UP AND USAGE
INSTRUCTIONS IN THE APPLICABLE USER GUIDES AND/
OR MANUALS. IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, THESE 3D GLASSES
MAY NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY AND MAY BE DAMAGED
AS A RESULT. THIS WARRANTY WILL NOT COVER ANY
SERVICE THAT IS REQUIRED, IN PART OR IN WHOLE.
IF THE 3D GLASSES FAIL TO WORK AS WARRANTED
ABOVE, YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY SHALL BE
THE REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE 3D GLASSES. IN
NO EVENT WILL TCL, TOSHIBA CORPORATION, THEIR
AFFILIATES OR ADRs (THE “RELATED PARTIES”) BE
LIABLE TO YOU OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY
DAMAGES, MONEY, REIMBURSEMENT, COSTS OR
EXPENSES. THIS LIMITATION APPLIES TO DAMAGES,
MONEY, REIMBURSEMENT, COSTS OR EXPENSES OF ANY
KIND WHATSOEVER INCLUDING ANY DIRECT OR
INDIRECT DAMAGES, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR
PERSON, LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS,
INCONVENIENCE OR OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL,
EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER
FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT,
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), UNDER A STATUTE OR
UNDER ANY OTHER LAW OR FORM OR ACTION, OR
WHETHER ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO
USE THE 3D GLASSES, EVEN IF ANY OF THE RELATED
PARTIES HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
SUCH DAMAGES OR OF ANY CLAIM BY ANY OTHER
PARTY.
No person, agent, distributor, dealer or company is
authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of these
warranties in any manner whatsoever.
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
To the extent not precluded by law, any claim, dispute,
controversy or disagreement (whether for breach of warranty,
breach of contract, tort (including negligence), under a
statute or under any other law or form of action) against any
of the Related Parties arising out of, or otherwise relating to:
(i) this warranty; (ii) the 3D Glasses; (iii) any oral or written
representations, statements, brochures, press releases,
advertising, announcement, point of sale display, or
promotional material relating to the 3D Glasses; (iv) the
relationships that result from this warranty, (the foregoing
claims, disputes controversies and disagreements are
collectively referred to as the “Dispute”), shall be referred to
and resolved by final and binding arbitration (to the exclusion
of the courts). To the extent not precluded by law, you agree
to waive any right that you may have to commence or
participate in any representative or class proceeding against
the Related Parties relating to any Dispute. If and where
applicable and to the extent not precluded by law, you further
agree to opt out of any such representative or class
proceedings. Arbitration of any Dispute will be conducted in
the forum and in the manner as agreed to between you and
TCL. Failing such agreement, the arbitration will be
conducted by one arbitrator pursuant to the laws and rules
relating to arbitration generally in force in the jurisdiction in
which you reside at the time that the Dispute arises. To the
extent not precluded by law, no claim, dispute, controversy or
disagreement of any other person may be joined or combined
with any Dispute by you, without the prior written consent of
TCL.
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Chapter 10: Appendix
Critical Applications
The 3D Glasses you have purchased are not designed for any
“critical applications.” “Critical applications” means life
support systems, medical applications, connections to
implanted medical devices, commercial transportation,
nuclear facilities or systems or any other applications where
3D Glasses failure could lead to injury to persons or loss of life
or catastrophic property damage.
IF THE CUSTOMER USES THE 3D GLASSES IN ANY
CRITICAL APPLICATION, THE CUSTOMER - AND NOT TCL,
ITS AFFILIATES OR ADR - ASSUME SOLE AND FULL
RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUCH USE. TCL RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO REFUSE TO REPLACE ANY 3D GLASSES USED
IN A CRITICAL APPLICATION. AND FURTHER DISCLAIM
ANY AND ALL LIABILITY, CONSEQUENCES AND DAMAGES
THAT MAY ARISE OR RESULT FROM THE USE OF THE 3D
GLASSES IN ANY CRITICAL APPLICATIONS.
General Provisions
If and to the extent that any provision of this limited warranty
should generally be found to be unenforceable, the
unenforceable provision shall be severed from the warranty
and deemed not to form part of the warranty. The remaining
provisions of this warranty shall be and remain valid and
enforceable. If and to the extent that any provision of this
limited warranty as it relates to any of the Related Parties is
found to be invalid or unenforceable in respect of that party
(the “Excluded Party”), the Excluded Party shall be deemed
to be severed or excluded from the provision, and the
provision shall remain valid, enforceable and applicable in
respect of the other or remaining Related Parties.
To the extent permitted by law, this limited warranty shall be
governed and construed in accordance with the laws of
Ontario.
If there is any inconsistency between this limited warranty, on
the one hand, and any statement in the packaging of the 3D
Glasses or in any other document enclosed with, or used in
the context of the promotion or sale of, the 3D Glasses, on the
other hand, the provisions of this limited warranty shall
prevail.
How to Obtain Warranty Services
If, after following all of the operating instructions in this manual
and having visited www.toshiba.ca/support for additional
information, you find that service is needed, please contact
TCL Customer Support toll free at 1-800-268-3404.
For at least three (3) years from the date of distribution of
the this product, Toshiba will give to anyone who contacts
Toshiba Consumer Solutions at (800) 631-3811, for a
charge of no more than our cost of physically performing
source code distribution, a complete machine-readable
copy of the complete corresponding GPL and LGPL
source code for the version of the GPL and LGPL code
that we distributed to you in this product.
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WMDRM End User Notice
Content owners use Windows Media digital rights
management technology (WMDRM) to protect their
intellectual property, including copyrights. This device
uses WMDRM software to access WMDRM-protected
content. If the WMDRM software fails to protect the
content, content owners may ask Microsoft to revoke the
software’s ability to use WMDRM to play or copy protected
content. Revocation does not affect unprotected content.
When you download licenses for protected content, you
agree that Microsoft may include a revocation list with the
licenses. Content owners may require you to upgrade
WMDRM to access their content. If you decline an
upgrade, you will not be able to access content that
requires the upgrade.
Index
Numerics
H
3D format........................................ 37
3D functions
3D Lock ................................... 40
3D PIN..................................... 39
3D Start Message .................... 39
3D Timer Lock ......................... 40
Auto start ................................ 39
Display mode ........................... 37
Enable 3D Timer ...................... 40
Frame Packing ......................... 37
Side by Side ............................ 37
Switching left and right images . 40
Top and Bottom ....................... 37
HDMI® CEC Control........................ 48
HDMI® connection .......................... 17
HDMI® settings feature ................... 50
A
Labeling........................................... 32
Language ........................................ 30
LED Indication................................. 81
Location .......................................... 30
Auto Aspect .................................... 56
Auto Input ....................................... 33
Auto Tuning .................................... 30
AutoView®....................................... 57
B
Backlight......................................... 57
Backlight Adjustment Pro ............... 59
Base Color Adjustment................... 60
C
Channel Browser™ .......................... 41
Channel lock ................................... 47
Channel Return............................... 43
Channel Tuning Mode .................... 41
ClearScan 480™ .............................. 59
Closed Captions ............................. 44
Color Temperature.......................... 60
ColorMaster™ ................................. 60
D
Daylight Saving Time ...................... 30
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT................20 62
Digital CC Settings ......................... 44
DNR ................................................ 59
DVI connection ............................... 17
DynaLight™ ..................................... 58
Dynamic Bass Boost ...................... 63
Dynamic Contrast ........................... 58
Dynamic Range Control ................. 62
Dynamic Volume (Audyssey
Dynamic Volume®) .................... 62
,
I
Initial Setup ..................................... 26
Input Lock ....................................... 47
INSTAPORT™ .................................. 50
IR IN ................................................ 20
IR OUT ............................................ 19
L
M
Manual Tuning ................................ 31
Media Player ................................... 73
MPEG NR........................................ 59
MTS................................................. 61
MUTE .............................................. 61
T
Test Pattern .....................................60
TheaterLock™ ..................................61
TheaterWide® picture size...............54
Time Zone........................................30
TV status information ......................53
V
V-Chip blocking...............................45
Voice Enhancement.........................63
W
Wallpaper ........................................78
White Balance .................................60
Wireless Information........................29
N
NET TV™ .......................................... 69
Network Setup ................................ 65
O
On Timer ......................................... 51
P
Panel Lock ...................................... 48
PC Audio ......................................... 51
PC connection ................................ 22
PC settings...................................... 51
Picture mode................................... 57
Picture Position ............................... 56
Picture quality ................................. 57
Picture size...................................... 54
PIN code ......................................... 45
POWER LED ................................... 52
R
Remote control
Battery installation .................... 24
Buttons .................................... 25
Device codes table ................... 92
Functional key chart ................. 87
Programming ........................... 89
E
Edge Enhancer ............................... 58
F
Software keyboard ..........................68
Static Gamma..................................58
Stereo sound ...................................61
Support information.........................53
SurfLock™ ........................................43
Film Stabilization ............................ 58
FREEZE .......................................... 56
Reset TV.......................................... 53
RGB Filter........................................ 60
RGB Range ..................................... 50
G
S
GameTimer® ................................... 48
SAP ................................................. 61
Shared inputs.................................. 32
Sleep Timer ..................................... 52
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