Philips 15HF5234 User manual

Philips 15HF5234 User manual
Hospitality Television
20/26/32HF5335D
15/20HF5234
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Installation of your Philips Hotel TV
1.
Introduction
This addendum has been designed to help you install programmes on this Digital TV and activating the hotel
mode.
Use this addendum in conjunction with the User Manual of this television.
Please handle the TV with care and wipe with a soft cloth to ensure your TV keeps looking new.
2.
The benefits of the Philips hotel TV
This TV is specially designed for hotels. The Philips hotel TV offers all kind of features to
Maximise the convenience for the hotel and meet the needs for the guest
Welcome message to give a friendly welcome to your guest when activating the tv
Remote control features like low battery detection and an anti-theft screw for preventing of theft for
batteries
Access to the user menu can be blocked. This prevents users (e.g. guests) from deleting or changing
program settings and/or modifying picture and sound settings. This ensures that TVs are always set up
correctly.
A switch-on volume and programme can be selected. After switching on, the TV will always start on the
specified program and volume level.
The maximum volume can be limited in order to prevent disturbance.
The television keys VOLUME +/- , PROGRAM +/- and MENU can be blocked.
Screen information can be suppressed.
Programmes can be blanked
3.
Installing the channels
Installing Digital Programs (only applicable for 20/26/32HF5335D)
Ensure the TV is in Digital mode. If it is in Analogue mode, press the A/D (Analogue/Digital) key on the
Remote Control to enter the Digital mode.
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2.
5.
Press the
(Menu Digital) key on the Remote Control
Press the Up/Down Arrow Key to scroll to the item called INSTALLATION and press the Right Arrow
Key
Press the Up/Down Arrow Key to scroll to the item called SERVICE SETUP and press the Right Arrow
Key
Press the Up/Down Arrow Key to scroll to the item called REINSTALL ALL SERVICES and press the Right
Arrow Key
Press the Up/Down Arrow Key to scroll to the item called SEARCH and press OK to start the scan. The
6.
Press the OK key again to Store all the services that have been found.
3.
4.
TV will now start to scan and install all available (Digital) TV channels and Radio stations automatically.
When the scan is completed, the TV menu will indicate the number of digital services found.
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Installing Analogue Programs
Ensure the TV is in Analogue mode. If it is in Digital mode, press the A/D (Analogue/Digital) key on the
Remote Control to enter the Analogue mode.
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2.
3.
Press the
(Menu TV) key on the Remote Control
Press the Up/Down Arrow Key to scroll to the item called INSTALL and press OK
Press the Up/Down Arrow Key to scroll to the item AUTO STORE and press OK
The TV will now start to scan and install all available (Analogue) TV channels automatically. This operation will
take a few minutes. The TV display will show the progress of the scan and the number of programmes found.
Refer to the chapter on Automatic Tuning of Analogue Programmes in the User Manual for more details. You
can also refer to the chapter on Manual Tuning of Analogue Programmes in the User Manual if a manual scan is
preferred.
4.
Activating the Hotel Mode Setup menu (BDS)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Switch on the television and select an analogue channel
On the Remote Control, press keys: [3, 1, 9, 7, 5, 3, MUTE]
The BDS HOTEL MODE SETUP MENU becomes visible
Use the cursor keys to select and change any of the following settings:
Function
BDS MODE
SWITCH ON SETTINGS
SWITCH ON VOLUME
MAXIMUM VOLUME
SWITCH ON CHANNEL
POWER ON
DISPLAY MESSAGE
WELCOME MESSAGE
CONTROL SETTINGS
LOCAL KEYBOARD LOCK
REMOTE CONTROL LOCK
OSD DISPLAY
HIGH SECURITY MODE
AUTO SCART
MONITOR OUT
BLANK CHANNEL
STORE
5.
6.
Possible selections
ON /OFF
0-100, LAST STATUS
0-100
USER DEFINED, LAST STATUS
ON/STANDBY/LAST STATUS
ON/OFF
LINE 1/LINE 2/CLEAR
ON/OFF/ALL
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
>
Select “STORE” and press [CURSOR RIGHT] to save the settings and exit BDS Hotel Mode
setup. Press [MENU] to exit without saving.
For BDS Hotel Mode settings to take effect, you must turn the TV set Off, then back On.
BDS Hotel Mode Functions
This paragraph describes the functionality of each item in the BDS Hotel Mode Setup menu.
BDS MODE
ON
BDS Hotel Mode is ON:
The user menu is blocked.
All settings of the Hotel Mode Setup menu are in effect.
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OFF
BDS Hotel Mode is OFF:
The TV operates as a normal consumer TV
SWITCH ON VOL
When the user switches the TV ON, it will play at the specified volume level. There are 2 options:
LAST STATUS Upon start-up, the TV volume will be set to the level before the TV set was
last turned off.
USER DEFINED As specified by installer
Remark: “SWITCH ON VOL” cannot exceed the MAXIMUM VOL level. This is the volume level with which
the Hotel Mode Setup menu was entered.
MAXIMUM VOL
The TV Volume will not exceed the selected volume level.
SWITCH ON CHANNEL
When the user switches the TV ON, it will tune to the specified channel. There are 2 options:
LAST STATUS The TV will switch on to the last channel that was shown before the TV set
was turned off
USER DEFINED Any analogue channel can be chosen to be the first channel to switch on
POWER ON
The Power On function allows the TV to enter a specific mode of operation (On or Standby) after the mains
power is activated.
ON
When set, the TV will always turn ON after the mains power is enabled.
STANDBY
When set, the TV will always turn to STANDBY after mains power is enabled
LAST STATUS When set, the TV will always turn to the last power status before the mains power was
disabled.
DISPLAY MESSAGE
ON
Enables display of the Welcome Message for 30 seconds after the TV set is turned on
OFF
Disables the display of the Welcome Message.
If OSD DISPLAY is set to OFF, then the Welcome Message is automatically disabled.
WELCOME MESSAGE
The Welcome Message function allows the TV to show a customized greeting to the hotel guest whenever the
TV is switched on. This helps to personalize the hotel experience for guests.
The Welcome Message can consist of 2 lines of text, with each line containing a maximum of 20 alphanumeric
characters. Use the Remote Control arrow keys to create the Welcome Message.
To enable the display of the Welcome Message, the DISPLAY MESSAGE option must be ON
To clear the Welcome Message from the TV’s memory, select CLEAR
LOCAL KEYBOARD LOCK
ON
The television keys VOLUME +/-, PROGRAM +/- and MENU are blocked.
OFF
The television keys VOLUME +/-, PROGRAM +/- and MENU function normally
ALL
The television keys VOLUME +/-, PROGRAM +/-, MENU and POWER are blocked.
REMOTE CONTROL LOCK
ON
Standard Remote Control keys are disabled.
OFF
All Remote Control keys will function normally.
OSD DISPLAY
ON
Normal screen information is displayed (e.g. programme information)
OFF
Screen information is suppressed.
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HIGH SECURITY MODE
ON
Allows access to the BDS Hotel Mode Setup Menu via the special BDS Setup Remote only.
(RC2573/01)
OFF
Allows access to the BDS Hotel Mode Setup Menu via BDS Setup Remote or via normal Remote
Control (using special key code sequence).
AUTO SCART
The Auto Scart function enables auto-detection of AV devices that are connected to the TV’s Scart connector.
ON
Enables Auto Scart switching in BDS Hotel Mode.
OFF
Disables Auto Scart switching in BDS Hotel Mode.
MONITOR OUT
ON
Allows audio & video output from TV via relevant AV connectors (if available).
OFF
Disables both Audio & Video output from the TV (to prevent illegal copying).
BLANK CHANNEL
The Blank Channel function disables the display of video on the TV, but does not affect the audio output. This
function can be used for audio applications (example: Off-air radio transmission, music channels, and so on),
which do not necessarily require the display of video.
ON
The current programme is blanked
OFF The current programme is not blanked (normal visible; DEFAULT value)
BLANK CHANNEL can be set for every channel. Use [P+ / P-] to go through all the programmes and set the
desired status per channel. The programme number is visible in the top left corner.
Low Battery Check
This television set has a special feature which checks the battery power level of a TV Remote Control, and
indicates if the battery is low and requires changing.
(Note: The Low Battery Check function works only with certain models of Remote Controls. Please check
with the Philips sales representative if the Remote Control used with this TV supports this function)
To activate the Low Battery Check function, hold the TV Remote Control in front of the TV, and press and
hold the OK button on the Remote Control for at least 5 seconds. A message will appear on the TV screen to
indicate if the battery power level is OK, or if it is Low. If the message indicates that the battery level is low, it
is recommended to change the batteries of the Remote Control immediately.
5.
Cloning of settings
Cloning of analogue TV channels and TV settings as described in the chapter
Hotel Mode Set-up menu
For 15/20HF5234
o Wireless cloning with the SmartLoader 22AV1120 or 22AV1135
o Cloning off all adjustable TV settings + analogue channel table
For 20/26/32HF5335D
o Wired cloning with the SmartLoader 22AV1135 using the wire packed with the SmartLoader
o Cloning off all adjustable TV settings + analogue channel table (digital channel table via automatic
installation)
Instruction for cloning of settings between TVs
Philips SmartLoader (22AV1135/00)
The Philips SmartLoader is an installation tool especially designed for easy and fast installation and copying of
TV settings on Philips Institutional TV’s.
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The Philips SmartLoader works in 2 modes – Wireless and Wired:
Wireless mode ---- through infrared sensor (15/20HF5234)
Switch the SmartLoader to “Wireless” mode by sliding the side-switch to the
icon on the SmartLoader
device. Point the Wireless SmartLoader to the TV’s infrared receiver (optimal distance of 5-30cm) and proceed
with the Installation procedure listed below.
Wired mode ---- using the by-packed accessory cable(s) (20/26/32HF5335D)
Switch the SmartLoader to “Wired” mode by sliding the side-switch to the
device.
icon on the SmartLoader
Examine the rear connectors of the TV set to determine if the 3-pin or 4-pin female connector wire (packed
with the Wireless SmartLoader) should be used. Plug in the correct connector wire to the corresponding
opening on the TV set (usually marked as SERV C), and then connect the RJ11 jack end of the accessory wire
to the RJ11 socket on the SmartLoader.
The Installation Procedure consists of three simple steps:
1. Choosing a Master TV
The Master TV is the TV set whose installation and configuration settings are to be copied into other TV’s (of
the same type only).
2. Programming the SmartLoader with the settings from the Master TV
Follow these steps to program the SmartLoader with the settings of the Master TV.
a)
Wireless method
Set the SmartLoader to “Wireless” mode using the side switch.
Turn on the TV, and while holding the SmartLoader, point it in the direction of the
TV. Press the “MENU” Key on the SmartLoader.
b) Wired method
Connect the SmartLoader to the TV using the appropriate accessory cable.
Set the SmartLoader to “Wired” mode using the side switch.
Turn on the TV, and while holding the SmartLoader, point it in the direction of the
TV. Press the “MENU” Key on the SmartLoader.
The Master TV will show the following menu:
SMARTLOADER TO TV >
TV TO SMARTLOADER >
On the TV screen, highlight the menu option “TV TO SMARTLOADER”
Press the right arrow key on the SmartLoader to start the programming process
A number display (from 0~100) will be shown on screen, indicating the percentage of the programming
progress from the TV to the SmartLoader. When the programming is completed, “##” will show “100” and the
message “DONE” will appear.
TV TO SMARTLOADER ## (0-100)
The SmartLoader is programmed and can be used to install and configure other TVs.
Copying the settings of the Master TV to other TVs with the SmartLoader
Follow these steps to install and configure the settings of a Philips TV with the SmartLoader.
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a) Wireless method
Set the SmartLoader to “Wireless” mode using the side switch.
Turn on the TV, and while holding the SmartLoader, point it in the direction of the
TV. Press the “MENU” Key on the SmartLoader.
b) Wired method
Connect the SmartLoader to the TV using the appropriate accessory cable.
Set the SmartLoader to “Wired” mode using the side switch.
Turn on the TV, and while holding the SmartLoader, point it in the direction of the
TV. Press the “MENU” Key on the SmartLoader.
On the TV screen, highlight the menu option “SMARTLOADER TO TV”
Press the right arrow key on the SmartLoader to initiate the copying process
> A number display (from 0~100) will be shown on screen, indicating the percentage of the installation
progress from the SmartLoader to the TV. When the data transfer is completed, “##” will show “100” and
the message GOODBYE will appear.
SMARTLOADER TO TV ## (0-100)
>
The TV will go to Standby mode. When the TV is next powered on, it will be configured with the settings
from the Master TV, and ready for use.
Problems and Solutions:
1.
The message “I2C ERROR” is displayed on the screen.
Bad connection of RJ11 wire or wrong data transmission has occurred. Try again.
2.
The message “WRONG VERSION” is displayed on the screen.
The program contained in the SmartLoader has a software code incompatible with the actual TV.
Reprogram the Wireless SmartLoader from a Master TV whose software code is compatible with the
actual TV.
3.
TV doesn’t respond to the SmartLoader.
Check if the LED on the SmartLoader lights up in green when pressing any button.
If the LED is red, it means that the batteries are low and should be replaced.
Bring the SmartLoader closer to the TV infrared receiver and try again.
Notes:
Make sure that the 3 R6/AA sized batteries are placed correctly in the bottom compartment of the
SmartLoader. The LED on the SmartLoader should light up in green when pressing any button, indicating
operational batteries. When the LED shows red, the batteries need to be replaced.
The SmartLoader can only copy the settings between 2 TVs of the same type. Once the
SmartLoader is programmed with the settings from a Master TV of a certain type or model,
then these settings can be installed on another TV of the same model only.
The SmartLoader cannot be used to copy the (digital) channel table of a Digital TV set.
If the SmartLoader is used with a DVB (European Digital) TV set, then the TV set must first
be switched to Analog mode.
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Disposal of your old product.
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and
components, which can be recycled and reused. When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product it means the product is covered by the European
Directive 22002/96/EC. Please find out more about the separate collection system for
electrical and electronic products in your local neighborhood.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old products with
your normal household waste. The correct disposal of your old product will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
The packaging of this product is intended to be recycled. Apply to the
local authorities for correct disposal.
2007© Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. all rights reserved
Specifications are subject to change without notice
Trademarks are property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners.
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15PF5121
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23PF5321
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this television set.
This handbook has been designed to help you install and operate your TV set.
We would strongly recommend that you read it thoroughly.
Table of Contents
Installation
Presentation of the LCD Television . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Remote control keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
Installing your television set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Quick installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Program sort . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Manual store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Other settings in the Install menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Operation
Picture settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Sound adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Feature settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Screen Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Teletext . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Using the radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Using in PC monitor mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Using in HD (High Definition) Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Peripherals
Video recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Other equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Side connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
HD equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Practical information
Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Recycling
°
The packaging of this product is intended to be recycled.Apply to the local authorities for
correct disposal.
Disposal of your old product.
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached
to a product it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.Please
inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic
products.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old products with your
normal househols waste.The correct disposal of your old product will help prevent
potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
1
Presentation of the LCD Television
& Television keys:
• POWER: to switch the TV on or off.
• VOLUME -/+: to adjust sound level.
• MENU: to access or close menus.
The PROGRAM -/+ keys can be used to select
an adjustment and the VOLUME -/+ keys to
make that adjustment.
• PROGRAM -/+ (- P +): to select programmes.
FM ANT
EXT 1
DVI-I In
Rear of set :
The main connections are made at the bottom
of the television.
For more details on connections see page 12.
Do not remove the protective sheet until
you have completed the stand/wall
mounting and connections
é
“
‘
(
Power socket
TV and radio aerial sockets
EXT1 socket
DVI-I input for connecting a HD (high
definition)* equipment or computer with DVI
output.
§ Side connections
* Depending on version.
Remote control
CR 2025
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Pull out the plastic insulation sheet from the
battery, this will activate the remote control.
The battery supplied with the appliance does
not contain mercury or nickel cadmium so as to
protect the environment. Please do not discard
your used batteries, but use the recycling
methods available (consult your distributor).
Remote Control Keys for LCD TV Functions
1)
. (STANDBY)
To set the TV to standby mode.To switch the TV set on
again, press P –/+, 0 to 9 or AV keys.
2)
Sleeptimer
To select the length of time before the set automatically
switches to standby (from 0 to 240 minutes)
2)
AV
To display Source List to select TV or peripheral
equipment connected to EXT1, AV/S-VHS, PC, HD
or Radio (p. 12).
4)
3)
4)
ÓŸÅ Teletext keys (p. 9)
5)
Unused key.
6)
MENU
To call up or exit the TV menus.
7)
∏ Screen Format (p. 8)
8)
Cursor (<>≤≥)
These 4 keys are used to move around the menus.
9)
Volume
To adjust the sound level.
10) ª m Smart picture and sound
Used to access a series of predefined picture and sound
settings.
The personal position relates to settings selected from the
menus.
11) Ë Screen information
To display / remove the programme number, the time,
the sound mode and the time remaining on the timer.
Hold down for 5 seconds to permanently display the
programme number on the screen.
1)
3)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
3
Remote Control Keys for LCD TV Functions
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
(17
(18
(19
12) ı List of programmes
To display / clear the list of programmes. Use the keys
<> to select a programme and the key ≥ to
display it.
13) ù Sound mode
Used to force programmes in Stereo and Nicam Stereo
to Mono or, for bilingual programmes, to choose
between Dual I or Dual II.
The Mono indication is red when in forced position.
14) Q Surround Sound
To activate / deactivate the surround sound effect. In
stereo, this gives the impression that the speakers are
further apart. For models equipped with Virtual Dolby
Surround*, you can experience Dolby Surround Pro
Logic sound effects.
15) ¤ Teletext (p. 9)
16) [ Mute
To mute or restore the sound.
17) P -/+ Selecting TV programmes
To move up or down a programme. The number and the
sound mode are displayed for a few seconds.
For some TV programmes the title of the programme
appears at the bottom of the screen.
18) 0/9 Numerical keys
For direct access to programmes. For a 2 digit
programme number, the 2nd digit must be entered
before the dash disappears.
19)
Á Previous programme
To access the previously viewed programme.
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.“Dolby”
and the double-D symbols are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
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Installing your television set
& Positioning the television set
Place your TV on a solid stable surface.To avoid
danger do not expose the TV to water, or a heat
source (e.g. lamp, candle, radiator). Do not
obstruct the ventilation grid at the rear.
é Connecting the aerials
• Insert the radio aerial lead into the FM ANT
socket located at the rear of the TV.
• Insert the aerial plug into the : socket at
the rear of the set.
• Connect the power lead to the television and the
mains plug into the wall socket (220-240 V/50 Hz).
For connecting other appliances see page p.12.
“ Switching on
Please handle with care and wipe with a soft
cloth to ensure your TV keeps looking new.
To switch on the set, press the POWER key.A
green indicator comes on and the screen lights
up. Go straight to the Quick Installation chapter.
If the TV remains in standby mode(red indicator),
press the P -/+ key on the remote control.
The indicator will flash when you use the remote
control.
Quick installation
When you turn on the TV set for the first time, “ The search starts automatically.All the available
a menu is displayed on screen.This menu
TV programmes and radio stations will be
prompts you to select the country and language
stored. This operation takes a few minutes.The
for the menus:
display shows the progress of the search and
the number of programs found.At the end of
Plug’n’Play
the search, the menu disappears.
To exit or interrupt the search, press MENU. If no
Country
Language
programme is found, consult the possible solutions p. 14.
‘ If the transmitter or cable network sends the
Í GB Æ
Í English Æ
automatic sort signal, the programs will be
numbered correctly. In this case, the installation
is complete.
If the menu is not displayed, press the MENU key
( If this is not the case, you need to use the Sort
to display the menu.
menu to number the programs correctly.
& Use the <> keys on the remote control to
Some transmitters or cable networks broadcast their
select your country and confirm with ≥.
own sort parameters (region, language, etc.). In this
If your country does not appear in the list, select
case, indicate your choice using the <> keys and
choice “. . .”
validate with ≥.
é Next select your language using the <> keys
and confirm with ≥.
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Program sort
& Press the MENU key.The TV Menu is
displayed on the screen.
TV Menu
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
Install
Language
Country
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Æ
Æ
Æ
Æ
Æ
Æ
•
•
•
•
•
•
0
1
2
3
4
5
é With the cursor, select the Install menu
followed by the Sort menu.
“ Select the programme you want to move using
the <> keys and press ≥.
‘ Then use the <> keys to select the new
number and validate with ≤.
( Repeat steps “ and ‘ for each program you
wish to renumber.
§ To quit the menus, press Ë.
Manual store
This menu is used to store the programmes
one at a time.
& Press the MENU key.
é With the cursor, select the Install menu then
Manual store:
TV Menu
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
‘
Manual Store
System
Search
Program No.
Fine Tune
Store
Í Europe Æ
(
§
“ System: select Europe (automatic detection*)
or Western Europe (BG standard), Eastern
Europe (DK standard), United Kingdom
(I standard) or France (LL’ standard).
è
!
ç
* Except for France (LL’ standard), you must select
choice France.
Search: press ≥.The search starts. Once a
programme is found, the scanning stops and its
name is displayed (when available). Go to the
next step. If you know the frequency of the
required programme, this can be entered
directly using the 0 to 9 keys.
If no picture is found, consult the possible solutions (p. 14).
Program No.: enter the required number
with the ≤≥ or 0 to 9 keys.
Fine Tune: if the reception is not satisfactory,
adjust using the ≤≥ keys.
Store: press ≥.The program is stored.
Repeat steps ‘ to è for each programme to
store.
To quit the menus, press Ë.
Other settings in the Install menu
& Press the MENU key and select the Install
menu:
é Language: to change the display language for
the menus.
“ Country: to select your country (GB for
Great Britain).
This setting is used for the search, automatic
programme sort and teletext display. If your country
does not appear in the list, select “. . .”
‘ Auto Store: to start automatic search for all
programmes available in your region. If the
transmitter or cable network sends the
automatic sort signal, the programmes will be
numbered correctly. If this is not the case, you
need to use the Sort menu to renumber the
programmes.
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Some transmitters or cable networks broadcast
their own sort parameters (region, language, etc.). In
this case, indicate your choice using the <> keys
and validate with ≥.To quit or interrupt the search,
press MENU. If no picture is found, consult the
possible solutions (p. 14).
( Name: If required, you can give a name to the
programmes and external connectors. Use the
≤≥ keys to move around the name display area
(5 characters) and the <> keys to select the
characters.When the name has been entered,
use the ≤ key to exit.The name is stored.
Note: on installation, the programs are named
automatically when an identification signal is sent.
§ To quit the menus, press Ë.
Picture settings
& Press MENU then ≥.The Picture menu is
displayed:
TV Menu
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
Picture
Brightness
Colour
Contrast
Sharpness
Colour Temp.
Store
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é Use the <> keys to select a setting and the
≤≥ keys to adjust.
“ Once the adjustments have been made, select
≥ to store them. Press Ë
to exit.
Description of the adjustments:
• Brightness: this changes picture brilliance.
• Colour: this changes the intensity of the colour.
• Contrast: this changes the difference
between the light and dark tones.
• Sharpness: this changes the picture definition.
• Colour Temp.: this changes the colour
rendering: Cold (bluer), Normal (balanced)
or Warm (redder).
• Store: to store the picture adjustments and
settings.
Store and press
Sound adjustments
& Press MENU, select Sound (>) and press ≥.
The Sound menu is displayed:
TV Menu
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
Sound
Equalizer
Balance
Delta Volume
AVL
Dolby Virtual
Store
Æ
Æ
Æ
Æ
Æ
Æ
•
•
•
•
•
•
100 Hz
300 Hz
1000 Hz
3000 Hz
8000 Hz
é Use the <> keys to select a setting and the
≤≥ keys to adjust.
“ Once the adjustments have been made, select
Store and press ≥ to store these changes.
‘ To quit the menus, press Ë.
Description of the settings:
• Equalizer: to adjust the sound tone (from
bass: 100 Hz to treble: 8000 Hz).
• Balance: this balances the sound on the left
and right speakers.
• Delta Volume: this is used to compensate
any volume discrepancies between the
different programs or EXT sockets.This
setting is available for programs 0 to 40 and
the EXT sockets.
• AVL (Automatic Volume Leveller): this is
used to limit increases in sound, especially on
program change or advertising slots.
• Dolby Virtual:To activate / deactivate the
surround sound effect.You can also access
these settings with key Q.
• Store: this is used to store the sound settings.
Feature settings
& Press MENU, select Features (>) and
press ≥.You can adjust:
é Contrast +: automatic adjustment of the
picture contrast which permanently sets the
darkest part of the picture to black.
“ Sleep : to select an automatic standby period.
‘ To quit the menus, press Ë.
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Screen Formats
The pictures you receive may be transmitted in 16:9 format (wide screen) or 4:3 format
(conventional screen). 4:3 pictures sometimes have a black band at the top and bottom of the screen
(letterbox format).This function allows you to optimise the picture display on screen.
If your television is equipped with a 4:3 screen.
Press the ∏ key (or <>) to select the different modes:
4:3
The picture is reproduced in 4:3 format.
Expand 4:3
The picture is enlarged vertically.This mode is used to cancell the black bands when
watching a programme in letterbox format.
Compress 16:9
The picture is compressed vertically into 16:9 format.
If your television is equipped with a 16:9 screen.
Press the ∏ key (or ≤≥) to select the different modes:
This TV set is also equipped with automatic switching which will select the correct-screen
format, provided the specific signals are transmitted with the programmes.
4:3
The picture is reproduced in 4:3 format and a black band is displayed on either side
of the picture.
Zoom 14:9
The picture is enlarged to 14:9 format, a thin black band remains on both sides of
the picture.
Zoom 16:9
The picture is enlarged to 16:9 format.This mode is recommended when displaying
pictures which have black bands at the top and bottom (letterbox format).
Subtitle Zoom
This mode is used to display 4:3 pictures using the full surface of the screen leaving
the sub-titles visible.
Super Wide
This mode is used to display 4:3 pictures using the full surface of the screen by
enlarging the sides of the picture.
Widescreen
This mode restores the correct proportions of images transmitted in 16:9.
Note: If you display a 4:3 picture in this mode, it will be enlarged horizontally.
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Teletext
Teletext is an information system broadcast by certain channels which can be consulted like a
newspaper. It also offers access to subtitles for viewers with hearing problems or who are not familiar
with the transmission language (cable networks, satellite channels, etc.).
Press :
You will obtain :
Teletext call This is used to call or exit teletext mode.The summary
appears with a list of items that can be accessed. Each
item has a corresponding
3 digit page number.
If the channel selected does not broadcast teletext, the
indication 100 will be displayed and the screen will remain
blank (in this case, exit teletext and select another channel).
Selecting a Enter the number of the page required using the 0 to 9
page or P -/+ keys. Example: page 120, enter 120.
The number is displayed top left, the counter turns and
then the page is displayed. Repeat this operation to view
another page.
If the counter continues to search, this means that the page is
not transmitted. Select another number.
Direct access Coloured areas are displayed at the bottom of the screen.
to the items The 4 coloured keys are used to access the items or
corresponding pages.
The coloured areas flash when the item or the page is not yet
available.
Contents This returns you to the contents page (usually page 100).
Stop Certain pages contain sub-pages which are automatically
sub-page displayed successively.This key is used to stop or resume
acquisition sub-page acquisition.The indication _ appears top left.
Double page To activate or deactivate the double page teletext display
teletext mode.The active page is displayed on the left and the
(depending on version) following page is displayed on the right. Press Ó if you want
to hold a page (i.e. the contents page).The active page is then
displayed on the right.To return to normal mode, press Å.
Hidden To display or hide the concealed information (games
information solutions).
Enlarge a This allows you to display the top or bottom part of the
page page and then return to normal size.
Favourite Instead of the standard coloured areas displayed at the bottom of
pages the screen, you can store 4 favourite pages on the first
40 channels which can then be accessed using the coloured keys
(red, green, yellow, blue). Once set, these favourite pages will
become the default every time teletext is selected.
& Press the MENU key to change to favourite pages mode.
é Display the teletext page that you want to store.
“ Press the coloured key of your choice for 3 seconds.The
page is now stored.
‘ Repeat the operation with the other coloured keys.
( Now when you consult teletext, your favourite pages will
appear in colour at the bottom of the screen.To
temporarily retrieve the standard items, press MENU.
To clear everything, and return the standard items as the
default, press Ë for 5 seconds.
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Using the radio
Choosing radio mode
& Press the AV key on the remote control to
display the Source List.
é Use the cursor </> key to select FM Radio
and then press the cursor ≥ key to switch the
TV to radio mode.
To return to TV mode, press the AV key, select
TV and validate with ≥key.
In radio mode the number and name of the
station (if available), its frequency and the sound
mode are indicated on the screen.
Selecting programmes
Use the 0/9 or P -/+ keys to select the FM
stations (from 1 to 40).
List of radio stations
Press the ı key to display / hide the list of
radio stations.Then use the cursor to select a
station.
Using the radio menus
Use the MENU key to access the specific radio
settings.
Searching radio stations
If you have used the quick installation all the
available FM stations will be stored.To start a
new search use the Install menu : Auto Store
(for a complete search) or Manual Store (for
a station by station search).These menus work
in exactly the same way as the TV menus.
Screen saver
In the Features menu you can activate / close
the screen saver.The time, the frequency of
the station and its name (if available) move
across the screen.
Using in PC monitor mode
NOTE
– When using the LCD TV as a PC monitor, slight diagonal interference lines may be observed when it is
operated under electromagnetic interference environment but will not affect the performance of this product.
– For better performance, good quality DVI cable with good noise isolation filter is recommended.
PC Mode
Your TV can be used as a computer monitor.
You must first of all connect the computer and
adjust the resolution (see p.13).
Choosing PC mode
& Press the AV key on the remote control to
display the Source List.
é Use the cursor </> key to select PC and
then press the cursor ≥ key to switch the TV
to PC mode (DVI-I In).
To return to TV mode, press the AV key, select
TV and validate with ≥ key.
Using the PC menus
Press the MENU key to access the specific
settings of the PC monitor mode. Use the
cursor to adjust them (the settings are
automatically saved):
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• Picture:
- Brightness / Contrast : to adjust the
brightness and contrast.
- Horizontal / Vertical: to adjust the horizontal
and vertical placing of the image.
- Colour Temp: to adjust the colours (cold,
normal or warm).
• Audio Selection: to choose the sound
reproduced on the TV (PC/HD,TV or Radio).
• Features (only available on certain versions):
- Phase/Clock: eliminates the horizontal
(Phase) and vertical (Clock) interfering lines.
- Format : to choose between full screen or
native format of the PC screens.
- Auto Adjust: position is set automatically.
• Reset To Factory Setting: to return to the
factory settings (default settings).
Using in HD (High Definition) Mode
(Only available on certain versions)
• Colour Temp.: this changes the colour
rendering: Cold (bluer), Normal (balanced)
or Warm (redder).
• Store: to store the picture adjustments and
settings.
HD Mode
The HD (High Definition) mode allows you to
enjoy clearer and sharper pictures through the
DVI-I inputs if you are using a HD
receiver/ equipment that can transmit high
definition programming.
You must first of all connect the HD equipment
(see p.13).
Sound:
• Equalizer: to adjust the sound tone (from
bass: 100 Hz to treble: 8000 Hz).
• Balance: this balances the sound on the left
and right speakers.
• Delta Volume: this is used to compensate
any volume discrepancies between the
different programs or EXT sockets.This
setting is available for programs 0 to 40 and
the EXT sockets.
• AVL (Automatic Volume Leveller): this is
used to limit increases in sound, especially on
program change or advertising slots.
• Dolby Virtual:To activate / deactivate the
surround sound effect.You can also access
these settings with key Q.
• Store: this is used to store the sound
settings.
Choosing HD mode
& Press the AV key on the remote control to
display the Source List.
é Use the cursor </> key to select HD and
then press the cursor ≥ key to switch the TV
to HD mode.
To return to TV mode, press the AV key, select
TV and validate with ≥ key.
Using the HD menus
Press the MENU key to access the specific
settings of the HD mode. Use the cursor to
adjust them (the settings are automatically
saved):
Picture:
• Brightness: this changes picture brilliance.
• Colour: this changes the intensity of the
colour.
• Contrast: this changes the difference
between the light and dark tones.
• Sharpness (only available for certain signal
only): this changes the picture definition.
Features:
• Sleep : to select an automatic standby
period.
• Horizontal : to adjust the horizontal placing
of the image.
Here is the list of the different HD display resolutions available on your TV:
15"/39cm
XGA
Analogue
Digital
20"/51cm
VGA
Analogue
Digital
20"/51cm
WXGA
Analogue
23"/58cm
WXGA
Digital
Analogue
Digital
SDTV 480 i
X
SDTV 576 i
X
EDTV 480 p
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
EDTV 576p
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HDTV 720p
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HDTV 1080 i
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Connecting peripheral equipment
The television has 1 external socket situated at the back of the set (EXT1) and sockets on the side.
Press the AV key on the remote control to display Source List and select TV or peripheral
equipment connected to EXT1, AV/SVHS, PC, HD or Radio.
The EXT1 socket has audio, CVBS/RGB inputs and audio, CVBS outputs.
The side connections has audio inputs, CVBS/S-VHS inputs, headphone out.
FM ANT
EXT 1
DVI-I In
Headphone
Audio In
Video In
S-Video
DVI Audio In
Video recorder
FM ANT
EXT 1
DVI-I In
Carry out the connections shown opposite, using a good quality
euroconnector cable.
If your video recorder does not have a euroconnector socket, the only
connection possible is via the aerial cable.You will therefore need to
tune in your video recorder's test signal and assign it programme
number 0 (refer to manual store, p. 6).
To reproduce the video recorder picture, press 0 key.
Video recorder with decoder
Connect the decoder to the second euroconnector socket of
the video recorder.You will then be able to record scrambled
transmissions.
Other equipment
FM ANT
EXT 1
DVI-I In
Satellite receiver, decoder, CDV, games, etc.
Carry out the connections shown opposite.
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Side connections
Make the connections as shown opposite.
With the AV key, select AV/S-VHS.
For a mono set, connect the sound signal to the AUDIO L (or AUDIO R)
input.The sound automatically comes out of the left and right speakers
of the set.
Headphones
When headphones are connected, the sound on the TV set will be
cut.The VOLUME -/+ keys are used to adjust the volume level.
The headphone impedance must be between 32 and 600 Ohms.
HD equipment
HD Analogue Connection (DVI-I)
FM ANT
EXT 1
DVI-I In
Make the connections as shown opposite.
With the AV key, select HD.
For more information on using HD mode see page 11.
HD Digital Connection (DVI-I)
FM ANT
EXT 1
DVI-I In
Computer
FM ANT
FM ANT
EXT 1
EXT 1
DVI-I In
DVI-I In
PC with DVI
Connect the monitor output (DVI) of your computer to the
DVI-I In of the LCD TV. Connect the sound output Audio out of
the computer to the input DVI Audio in of the LCD TV.
PC with VGA
Connect the monitor output (VGA) of your computer via a
VGA/DVI-I cable* to the DVI-I In of the TV. Connect the sound
output Audio out of the computer to the input DVI Audio in of
the LCD TV.
* Not supplied with the set.
For more information on using PC mode see page 10.
Configure the computer for optimum resolution on:
15PF5121 :
20PF5121 :
20PF5321 :
23PF5321 :
1024 x 768, 75 Hz
640 x 480, 75 Hz
1280 x 768, 60 Hz
1280 x 768, 60 Hz
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Tips
Poor reception
The proximity of mountains or high buildings may be responsible for ghost
pictures, echoing or shadows. In this case, try manually adjusting your picture: see
Fine Tune (p. 6) or modify the orientation of the outside aerial. If you are using an
indoor aerial, reception may be difficult in certain conditions.You can improve
reception by rotating the aerial. If the reception remains poor, you will need to
use an external aerial
No picture
Have you connected the aerial socket properly? Have you chosen the right
system? (p. 6). Poorly connected euroconnector cables or aerial sockets are often
the cause of picture or sound problems (sometimes the connectors can become
half disconnected if the TV set is moved or turned). Check all connections.
No sound
If on certain channels you receive a picture but no sound, this means that you do not have
the correct TV system. Modify the System setting (p. 6).
The amplifier connected to the TV does not deliver any sound? Check that you
have not confused the audio output with the audio input.
PC mode doesn’t
work ?
Check that you have configured the computer on a compatible display resolution
(see p. 13).
Snowy picture
when switched to
HD-D mode
Noise is displayed if the connected digital equipment’s (DVD player or set-top
box) HDCP authentication failed. Check the user manual for the digital
equipment you are connecting.
Remote control
The TV set does not react to the remote control; the indicator on the set no
longer flashes when you use the remote control? Replace the battery.
Standby
If the set receives no signal for 15 mins, it automatically goes into standby mode.
To save power, your set is fitted with components that give it a very low power
consumption when in standby mode (less than 1 W).
Cleaning the set
Only use a clean, soft and lint-free cloth to clean the screen and the casing of your
set. Do not use alcohol-based or solvent-based products.
Still no results?
Disconnect the mains plug of the TV for 30 seconds then reconnect it.
If your TV set breaks down, never attempt to repair it yourself: contact your
dealer's after-sales service.
Glossary
DVI (Digital Visual Interface):A digital interface
standard created by the Digital Display
Working Group (DDWG) to convert analog
signals into digital signals to accommodate
both analog and digital monitors.
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital-Content
Protection): developed by Intel to provide
secure copy protection of content transmitted
digitally from the source (such as DVD player
or set-top box) to the TV display.
RGB signals : These are the three video signals,
Red Green Blue, which make up the picture.
Using these signals improves picture quality.
S-VHS Signals: These are 2 separate Y/C video
signals from the S-VHS and Hi-8 recording
standards.The luminance signals Y (black and
white) and chrominance signals C (colour) are
recorded separately on the tape.This provides
better picture quality than with standard video
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(VHS and 8 mm) where the Y/C signals are
combined to provide only one video signal.
NICAM sound: Process by which digital sound
can be transmitted.
System: Television pictures are not broadcast in
the same way in all countries.There are
different standards: BG, DK, I, and L L’.The
System setting (p. 6) is used to select these
different standards.This is not to be confused
with PAL or SECAM colour coding. Pal is used
in most countries in Europe, Secam in France,
Russia and most African countries.The United
States and Japan use a different system called
NTSC.The inputs EXT1 and EXT2 are used to
read NTSC coded recordings.
16:9: Refers to the ration between the length and
height of the screen.Wide screen televisions
have a ration of 16/9, conventional screen TV
sets have a ration of 4/3.
Table of TV frequencies.
Frequenztabelle der Fernsehsender.
Liste des fréquences TV.
Frequentietabel TV-Zenders.
Tabella delle frequenze TV.
Lista de frecuencias TV.
Lista das frequências TV
Liste over TV senderne.
Tabell over TV-frekvenser.
Tabell över TV-frekvenser.
TV-taajuustaulukko.
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CÔËÒÓÍ ˜‡ÒÚÓÚ ÔÂ‰‡Ú˜ËÍÓ‚.
A televizió-adóállomások
frekvenciáinak a listája.
Lista częstotliwości stacji nadawczych.
Seznam frekvenčních pásem vysílačů.
Zoznam frekvenčných pásiem vysielačov.
FRANCE
EUROPE
CANAL ................FREQ (MHz)
E2 ........................48.25
E3 ........................55.25
E4 ........................62.25
E5 ......................175.25
E6 ......................182.25
E7 ......................189.25
E8 ......................196.25
E9 ......................203.25
E10 ....................210.25
E11 ....................217.25
E12 ....................224.25
R1 ........................49.75
R2 ........................59.25
R3 ........................77.25
R4 ........................85.25
R5 ........................93.25
R6 ......................175.25
R7 ......................183.25
R8 ......................191.25
R9 ......................199.25
R10 ....................207.25
R11 ....................215.25
R12 ....................223.25
S1 ......................105.25
S2 ......................112.25
S3 ......................119.25
S4 ......................126.25
S5 ......................133.25
S6 ......................140.25
S7 ......................147.25
S8 ......................154.25
S9 ......................161.25
S10 ....................168.25
S11 ....................231.25
S12 ....................238.25
S13 ....................245.25
S14 ....................252.25
CANAL ................FREQ (MHz)
S15 ....................259.25
S16 ....................266.25
S17 ....................273.25
S18 ....................280.25
S19 ....................287.25
S20 ....................294.25
H1 ......................303.25
H2 ......................311.25
H3 ......................319.25
H4 ......................327.25
H5 ......................335.25
H6 ......................343.25
H7 ......................351.25
H8 ......................359.25
H9 ......................367.25
H10 ....................375.25
H11 ....................383.25
H12 ....................391.25
H13 ....................399.25
H14 ....................407.25
H15 ....................415.25
H16 ....................423.25
H17 ....................431.25
H18 ....................439.25
H19 ....................447.25
21.......................471.25
22.......................479.25
23.......................487.25
24.......................495.25
25.......................503.25
26.......................511.25
27.......................519.25
28.......................527.25
29.......................535.25
30.......................543.25
31.......................551.25
32.......................559.25
CANAL ................FREQ (MHz)
33.......................567.25
34.......................575.25
35.......................583.25
36.......................591.25
37.......................599.25
38.......................607.25
39.......................615.25
40.......................623.25
41.......................631.25
42.......................639.25
43.......................647.25
44.......................655.25
45.......................663.25
46.......................671.25
47.......................679.25
48.......................687.25
49.......................695.25
50.......................703.25
51.......................711.25
52.......................719.25
53.......................727.25
54.......................735.25
55.......................743.25
56.......................751.25
57.......................759.25
58.......................767.25
59.......................775.25
60.......................783.25
61.......................791.25
62.......................799.25
63.......................807.25
64.......................815.25
65.......................823.25
66.......................831.25
67.......................839.25
68.......................839.25
69 .......................855.25
Information for users in the UK
Positioning the TV
For the best results, choose a position where light
does not fall directly on the screen, and at some
distance away from radiators or other sources of
heat. Leave a space of at least 5 cm all around the
TV for ventilation, making sure that curtains,
cupboards etc. cannot obstruct the air flow through
the ventilation apertures.The TV is intended for use
in a domestic environment only and should never be
operated or stored in excessively hot or humid
atmospheres.
General Points
Please take note of the section entitled 'Tips' at the
end of this booklet.
Interference
The Department of Trade and Industry operates a
Radio Interference Investigation Service to help TV
licence holders improve reception of BBC and IBA
programmes where they are being spoilt by
interference.
If your dealer cannot help, ask at a main Post Office
for the booklet "How to Improve Television and
Radio Reception".
Mains connection
Before connecting the TV to the mains, check that the
mains supply voltage corresponds to the voltage
printed on the type plate on the rear panel of the TV. If
the mains voltage is different, consult your dealer.
CANAL ................FREQ (MHz)
2...........................55.75
3...........................60.50
4...........................63.75
5...........................176.0
6...........................184.0
7...........................192.0
8...........................200.0
9...........................208.0
10.........................216.0
B ........................116.75
C ........................128.75
D ........................140.75
E ........................159.75
F.........................164.75
G ........................176.75
H ........................188.75
I..........................200.75
J .........................212.75
K ........................224.75
L.........................236.75
M........................248.75
N ........................260.75
O ........................272.75
P ........................284.75
Q ........................296.75
ITALY
CANALE ..............FREQ (MHz)
A ..........................53.75
B ..........................62.25
C ..........................82.25
D ........................175.25
E ........................183.75
F.........................192.25
G ........................201.25
H ........................210.25
H1 ......................217.25
(not applicable outside the UK)
Important
This apparatus is fitted with an approved moulded
13AMP plug. Should it become necessary to replace
the mains fuse, this must be replaced with a fuse of
the same value as indicated on the plug.
1. Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2.The replacement fuse must comply with BS 1362
and have the ASTA approval mark. If the fuse is
lost, make contact with your retailer in order to
verify the correct type.
3. Refit the fuse cover.
In order to maintain conformity to the EMC directive,
the mains plug on this product must not be removed.
Connecting the aerial
The aerial should be connected to the socket marked
: at the back of the set.An inferior aerial is likely to
result in a poor, perhaps unstable picture with ghost
images and lack of contrast. Make-shift loft or set-top
aerials are often inadequate.Your dealer will know from
experience the most suitable type for your locality.
Should you wish to use the set in conjunction with
other equipment, which connects to the aerial socket
such as TV games, or a video camera it is recommended
that these be connected via a combiner unit to avoid
repeated connection and disconnection of the aerial plug.
Fitting the stand (if provided)
Use only the stand provided with the set, making
sure that the fixings are properly tightened.A
diagram showing how to assemble the stand is
packed with the stand. Never use a make-shift stand,
or legs fixed with woodscrews.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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