55" 4k ultra hd led/lcd television

55" 4K ULTRA HD LED/LCD TELEVISION
MODEL: SRO554K2017
1. Place the TV with the display side down on a flat surface, Use a cloth to protect the display.
2. Place the panel side of TV on the platform and insert the two stands into TV, making the screws holes
of stands correspond to the right holes of TV.
3. Fix screws on the bottom of back cover, one for each side, assembly finished.
Power Switch
The keyboard is located at the bottom left near the right side of signal indicator.
Bottom
1. Middle Button: press longtime for “power” function; press once for “source” function.
2. Up/Down: CH+/3. Left/Righ: VOL-/+
AUDIO OUTPUT
AC-INPUT
OPTICAL
1
L
VIDEO
R
2
L
3
R
4
HEADPHONE
HDMI1
5
HDMI2
HDMI3
5
5
6
YPbPr
USB
RF
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8
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1. AC power socket
5. HDMI: HDMI connection port.
2. OPTICAL Output
6. HEADPHONE Earphone OUTPUT
3. AUDIO output : External Audio signal output
and relevant right / left sound
channel outputs.
7. YPbPr input : Component input
8. USB Input.
9. Antenna 75Ω
4. AV input : External AV signal input
and relevant right / left sound
channel inputs.
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SLEEP
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20
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21
FREEZE
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CH
VOL
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REC
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1: POWER: To set the TV to Standby or Power On modes.
2:
:In USB mode, used as fast reverse key; press
repeatedly to speed up operation.
3:
: In USB mode, used as fast forward key; press
repeatedly to speed up operation.
4: : Press to play/pause in the multimedia mode.
5: : Press to stop play in USB mode.
6:TEXT:To enter or exit TELETEXT.
7: SUBTITLE: To turn on subtitles in DTV mode.
8:
: Displays the main on-screen menus.
9 :CURSOR: To move within the menu.
10:OK: Confirms selection.
11:EPG: To display information about the program being
viewed and what's on next in DTV mode.
12:FAV: To access your favourite channels list in TV or DTV
mode.
13:VOL+/- : To adjust sound level.
14:NUMERIC KEY: For direct access to channels.
15:AUDIO: To select the available audio language of TV
programs .
16:MUTE: To disable or enable the speaker sound output.
17:
: In USB mode, used as next key, in teletext mode
used as list key.
18:
: In USB mode, used as previous key, in teletext mode
used as hold key.
19:
: In teletext mode used as index. In DTV mode, displays
the Recorded List.
20: SLEEP : Press to set the sleep timer.
21:INFO: To display the program information of the DTV show
you are watching, press the Info button.
22:FREEZE: Press to freeze the picture you are watching.
23:
: Press to display and select the available video input
sources.
24:EXIT: To return to the previous menu or exit menu.
25:CH+/CH-: To access the next or previous channels.
26:REC: Press to record the TV program you are watching in
DTV mode.
27:RECALL: DTV Mode: RECALL: Jumps to last channel
viewed.
NOTE:
This Remote Control is used across a range of TV models with differing capabilities.Some
functions listed above may not be applicable to your TV model.
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MUTE.
MUTE
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First time powering on the TV :
When you first power up your TV, (or you reset the TV to its factory settings), it will
automatically enter the TV Auto Tuning mode. This is where the TV searches for
available TV stations and stores the station details it finds. Make sure your TV antenna
is connected before proceeding with this operation.
By default, an On Screen Display will offer a language selection (pre-set to English), so
just press the OK button on the Remote Control to confirm this option. The OK button is
located in the middle of the cursor arrow button area of the Remote Control.
Please select an OSD Language
Country
Deutsch
France
Netherlands
Portugal
Serbia
Sweden
United Arab Emirates
English
Italiano
Norway
Rumania
Slovenia
Switzerland
New Zealand
Poland
Russian
Spain
UK
China
~
Espanol
OK
OK
The TV will then offer a selection of countries, with New Zealand as the pre-set option.
Again press the OK button to confirm this selection. Your TV will now scan through all
the digital TV (DTV) stations that it can receive using the connected antenna. This
process may take several minutes, but once completed, the TV will skip to the first
DTV program.
Channel Tuning
TV
: 9 Programme(s)
DTV
: 0 Programme(s)
Radio : 0 Programme(s)
Data : 0 Programme(s)
65%
UHF CH 33 DTV
The “radio” channels found during the TV Auto Tuning function are the sound-only
services provided by some TV stations.
Using the Main Menus :
Once the TV has run through the Auto Tune mode and found the available programs,
you will then need to know how to select the relevant input you want (eg. DTV, AV,
HDMI etc), and also how to select and adjust the various Menus that allow you to tailor
the operation of the TV to suit your application.
The following pages marked “Menu Settings” will cover the usage and settings of the
various menus in more detail. Please read them carefully to gain the most benefit from
your TV.
Firstly, on the upper-middle section of the Remote Control are the main cursor selector
arrows with the OK button in the middle of them. Directly above and to the left of the cursor
arrows is the Main Menu selector button, which displays the Main Menus on the TV's screen.
In the following section of the User Manual, when the operation of the options in the Main
Menus are being described, you first need to press the Main Menu button to activate the
Menu function, then press the Left or Right cursor arrow buttons to select the relevant Menu,
and the Up or Down cursor arrow buttons to move within the options inside each Menu. If at
any time you mis-select a Menu or setting, press the Exit button (located on the bottom righthand side of the cursor arrow buttons) to exit the Menu setting.
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Input Source select
Main Menu select
Exit select
To access the Input Source menu, where you can select ATV or DTV reception, plus access
signals from your connected Audio/Video devices (eg, via AV Composite video, HDMI),
press the Input Source button located at the top right-hand side of the cursor selector arrow
section of the Remote Control, and once the Input Source menu appears, use the Up or
Down cursor arrow keys to select the desired input, then press the OK button.
Input Source
DTV
ATV
YPbPr
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI3
AV
USB
1.Channel menu
The first item of the menu is the Channel menu (for ATV or DTV source only). ATV +
Analogue TV, DTV + Digital TV.
Auto Tuning
<
CHANNEL
DTV Manual Tuning
ATV Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
Signal Information
Software Update(OAD)
OAD Tuning
Software Update(USB)
>
1). Auto tuning:
When Auto Tuning is manually selected via the Channel Menu (rather than when the TV is
first powered On or reset), you will first need to select the Tune Type. You can select
between ATV, DTV, or DTV +ATV searching.
Press
to select search type, then press
then press the OK button to start auto tuning.
to select country (eg. New Zealand),
All the channels including ATV, DTV and Radio can be tuned at once, if the Tune Type is
set to DTV+ATV.
Any previously stored channels will be deleted after auto tuning is carried out.After
auto tuning, the receiver will skip to the first DTV channel. The radio channels are the
ones provided by some TV stations.
2). DTV manual tuning:
You can select a DTV channel and find out how many programs are being transmitted
on this channel.
Press
to select the channel, then press OK to search the programs.
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NOTE:
The Bad Normal Good bar graph on this screen shows the relative signal intensity during
DTV reception only. To obtain more detail regarding the signal quality and strength of a
received DTV station, refer to the Signal Information option in this Menu.
DTV Manual Tuning
_
VHF CH
+
5
Press OK to search
Bad
Nomal
Good
3). ATV manual tuning :
You can change the sound system, search the analog TV channels and fine tune them, then
store the channels you selected. In Australia and New Zealand, select the "BG" sound
system. This menu is handy if you are using your TV to watch analogue signals from a VCR
or from older equipment using an RF modulator.
ATV Manual Tuning
_
Storage To 1
+
Sound_System BG
Video_Standard Auto
Current CH 1
Search
Fine-Tune
Frequency Unregistered
Save
MENU
NOTE:
Press the teletext red button on the remote control to store the channel details after
manual tuning.
4). Program edit:
You can Delete, Move, Skip, or FAV most TV programs from the list of TV stations
previously located during the initial Auto Tuning process.
Favorite
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Delete
Press t h e teletext red button on the Remote Control and the program in the cursor will be
deleted from the list of stations.To restore a deleted channel, perform a complete Auto Tune.
Skip
Press
to choose the program, press the teletext blue button on the Remote Control to skip
this program from future up/down manual channel selections, and the
symbol will show on
the right side of the program name.Choose the skipped program, press the blue button again,
you can cancel the skip and the
symbol will disappear.
Favourite
Press
to choose the program, press the FAV button on the remote control and it will show a
symbol on the right side of the program name and it will be added to a Favourite List in your TV.
Choose the FAV program, press FAV button again, you can cancel the FAV setting and the
symbol will disappear.
Once your Favourite List is created, you can press the FAV key on the remote control during TV
reception to quickly access your favourite channels.
5). Signal Information: Displays the signal information in DTV (digital TV) mode only.
6). Software Update (OAD): This setting should be set to Off in Australia.
7). Software Update (USB):
WARNING: Do not attempt to use this option unless you have a valid software program for the TV
stored on a compatible USB drive, and the drive is connected to the TV. Remove the antenna cable
from the TV RF port, go to the channel Menu, select "Software Update (USB)" and press OK to run
the update.
2. Picture menu
The second item of the menu is Picture menu. You can adjust picture effects here, such as
contrast, brightness, etc.Press
to move, press OK to adjust.
Picture Mode Standard
Color Temperature
Aspect Ratio
<
PICTURE
Picture Mode
Standard
Noise Reduction
>
Color Temperature
Contrast 50
Red 50
Brightness 50
Green 50
Color 50
Blue 50
Sharpness 50
Tint 50
MENU
MENU
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Medium
1. Picture mode:
Press OK Key enter Pcitrue mode Select Menu.Press
adjust Picture mode.Under User
mode,press
can adjust constrast,brightness,color,sharpness.etc.
The Tint option is available in NTSC system countries only.
2. Color temperature:
Press OK Key enter color temperature Select Menu. press
adjust olor temperature.
Under User mode press
can adjust Red ,Green,Blue.
3. Aspect ratio:
Press OK Key enter Aspect Ratio Select Menu. And press
adjust Aspect Ratio.
The Aspect Ratio option allows you to select either Auto, or manually select 4:3, 16:9,
Zoom1, Zoom2 or Just Scan screen ratios. For general use leave this setting in the Auto
position.
4. Noise reduction:
Press OK Key enter Noise Reduction Select Menu. And press
adjust Noise Reduction.
The Noise Reduction option is for use in areas using ATV (analogue) transmissions.
3.Sound menu
The third item of the menu is the Sound menu.
You can adjust sound effects here such as treble, bass, balance etc. Press
press OK to adjust.
<
SOUND
to move,
Sound Mode Standard
Balance
Auto Volume
Surround Sound
AD Switch
>
SPDIF Mode
SPDIF Audio Display
1.Sound mode:
Press OK Key enter Sound mode Select Menu.press
adjust Sound mode. There are five
Sound modes that can be selected: Standard, Music, Movie, Sports, and User. The User
option allows you to adjust Bass and Treble sound effects from the TV speakers to suit your
listening preferences. NB. These sound modes are not active on the audio outputs.under
User mode press
can adjust Treble,Bass.
2.Balance:
Press OK Key enter Balance adjust menu. press
adjust Balance.adjust range is 0-100.
3.Auto volume:
Press OK key to switch on or off. The Auto Volume option helps reduce excessive input
signal variations that may lead to distorted sound. For most standard installations, this
sub-menu should be set to the Off position.
4.Surround sound:
Press OK key to switch On or Off. The Surround Sound option generates an artificial
widening of the sound stage from the TV. If this sound effect is not suitable in your
installation, leave this sub-menu in the Off position.
5.AD Switch:
Press OK key to enter AD Switch Menu, the AD Switch mean,Audio description.
6.SPDIF Mode:
Press OK key to switch Auto or PCM. The SPDIF Mode option affects the format of the
Coaxial digital audio output from the socket on the rear of the TV. Unless you need to
force the output format to PCM, leave this setting in the Auto position.
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7.SPDIF Audio Display:
Press OK key to enter SPDIF Audio Display Menu. Press
to adjust the delay time.
4.Time menu
The fourth item of the menu is the time menu. You can adjust the clock, power on/off time,
sleep timer etc.Press
to move, press OK to adjust.
<
TIME
Clock -- -- -Off Time
On Time
Sleep Timer
Time Zone
--
>
1.Clock:
The clock time is automatically set by reading the time data that is transmitted by local Digital
TV stations.
2.On/Off time:
The Off and On timers allow you to program the TV to switch On and Off at specific times
that you set. In order for this function to operate, the TV must be powered up (ie. mains
power switch on the TV is On) and in Standby mode. The Off and On timers have 6 different
setting options: Once, Every Day, Mon ¨C Fri, Mon ¨C Sat, Sat ¨C Sun, and Sunday. You can
set the TV channel and volume settings for most options (except for the Once setting, where
the TV's last channel and volume settings will be used)
3 . Sleep timer:
Press OK Key enter Sleep Timer Select Menu. And press
adjust Sleep Timer.
The Sleep Timer allows you to select from a range of pre-set times (between 10 minutes and
240 minutes long) that the TV will operate for before returning to the Standby state.
4. Time zone:
Press OK Key enter Time Zone Select Menu. And press
adjust Time Zone. The Time
Zone setting of the TV is initially set using data from local Digital TV stations. You can
manually adjust the time zone in the TV if required (eg. for locations where DTV signals are
not available).
5.Option menu
To enter the Option menu, press MENU button and then press or buttons to select the
Option Menu. Once in Option Menu, press or buttons to select the settings you wish to
adjust. Press MENU button to return to the Main Menu.
< OPTION
OSD Language English
Audio Languages
Subtitle Languages
PVR File System
Restore Factory Default
HDMI CEC
EDID Switch
HDMI CEC
>
HDMI CEC
On
HDMI ARC
Off
Auto Standby
On
On
Auto TV
Device control
Device List
MENU
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On
Note:
1) The OSD Language option allows you to select the language used in the various TV
menus from a wide selection.
At the initial setup stage of the TV, the default language is English, and it is recommended
that this setting is not changed unless you are fluent in any new language chosen.
2) The Audio Languages and Subtitle Languages options relate to DTV reception only.
Some TV channels transmit their audio and subtitles in more than one language, and if this
is known in advance, you can select this alternative language. At the initial setup stage,
the default language is English, and it is recommended that this setting is not changed
unless you are fluent in any new language chosen.
3) HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) allows your TV to share control of some
functions with various compatible equipment via an HDMI cable connection. The HDMI
cable connecting your
equipment to this TV must support both ARC and CEC functionality.
For example, with HDMI CEC set to "On" in the TV's menu and also on an HDMI connected
device that supports CEC (eg. a Blu-ray player), selecting the HDMI input on this TV sends
a signal to the Blu-ray player and may switch it On from its Standby state (depending on the
player's CEC capabilities). If the HDMI CEC and Auto Standby in the HDMI CEC menu are
both set to "On" in the TV's Option menu, and the connected equipment supports the
Standby function, then switching On the HDMI connected player may also switch On the TV
from its Standby state. This activity may even set the TV to the HDMI input that the external
device is connected to (again, these examples depend on the capabilities of your connected
equipment).The HDMI CEC system supports a wide variety of commands, many of which
may not be applicable to this TV or any connected HDMI equipment. Refer to the User
Manual of your other equipment to check what areas of the CEC commands they may be able
to work with.If after selecting CEC operation you find the TV or any connected equipment
performing unusually (eg. switching itself back on after you're switched it back to the
Standby mode), your connected equipment may not be compatible with this TV, and the
HDMI CEC sub-menu should be set to the off position.
PVR File System
In the PVR File System sub-menu you will be asked to format your USB 2.0 flash drive or
Hard Disc for PVR Operation. If you are not familiar with the various drive or partition options
for storage devices, start this process using a blank (ie. unused storage device), or one
which does not hold sensitive or required data.
Select Disk
C:
Check PVR File System Start
USB Disk
Format
Time Shift Size
Speed
Free Record Limit 6 Hr.
Select Disc
To view and select the USB drive or Hard Disc that you would like to record to, press the
OK button to enter the Select Disk sub-menu and then press or buttons on your remote
control to select the particular storage device type that is connected to the TV. Press the
OK button to return to the PVR File System sub-menu.
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Check PVR File System
Press the OK Button to start checking the file system of your USB storage or Hard Disk and
check the recording speed capability of the connected device. Once SUCCESS is shown
after checking, you will then be able to begin recording or use the Time Shift function. If
FAIL is shown after checking, you will need to format your USB drive or Hard Disc before
being able to record or use the Time Shift feature. Use of the High Speed format option is
recommended.
Format
When you format your USB flash drive or Hard Disc any saved data will be lost. This TV
primarily supports USB 2.0 flashdrives and hard-drives, with its USB socket supporting up
to 500mA current drain. USB 3.0 drives(operating in USB 2.0 compatibility mode) may also
be usable, but their compatibility will need to be checked on a case-by-case basis.
File System Size
PVR File System Type
FAT32
PVR File System Size
All
SD 13 Mins
HD 3 Mins
MENU
PVR File System Type
There are two types of supported formats: FAT32 and Hi Speed Format. You can press or
buttons to choose the type of formatting. If FAT32 is selected, you will have to format the
whole of your USB drive. If Hi Speed Format is selected, you will then be able to press or
buttons to select the size you wish to use (for example 1GB, 10GB, 20GB... or All). Once a
particular size is booked for recording, you will be able to use the remaining space of your
USB drive or Hard Disc for other data storage.
WARNING: Please note no matter which size is booked for recording, all the data in the
allocated partition of the Hard Disc will be lost after formatting. During Hi-Speed formatting
of some USB drives, you may need to select a smaller Time Shift size than the maximum
capacity of the drive, as some storage capacity is used in the PVR set-up process.
Speed
This will show the supported speed of recording, and whether your storage device can
support HD DTV recording. Speeds above 5,500kb/s are usually more successful when
recording HD TV material.
Record limit
This will show the approximate time you will be able to record on to your USB drive or
Hard Disc.
Factory reset note:
If you wish to reset your TV, please select the Restore Factory Default option, this will
clear all settings.
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6.Lock menu
Lock System
Set Password
Block Program
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LOCK
Parental Guidance
>
1. Lock system:
To enter the LOCK Menu, press MENU button and then press or buttons to select the
LOCK Menu.
The default password is 0000 ,the super password is 9527 .
2. Set password:
Please set a new password so it is easy to remember. Follow the on screen steps to set
your newpassword.
3. Block program:
Press OK enter Block Menu, You can specify the program to lock.
Use the
to select the program you want to lock, then press OK to lock and press OK
again to unlock.
4. Parental guidance:
Press OK enter Parental Guidance Menu, You can Use the
adjust lock. Once the Parental
Guidance mode is turned on, you can set viewing restrictions during DTV TV reception only.
7. USB source
To enter the USB source menu, press the Input Source button on the Remote Control, and
then select USB.This is where you will be able to view and play various limited low data-rate
USB media files such as JPEG, MP3 and AVI formats.
Use the or
buttons on the remote control to select the file playback type (eg. Photo, Music,
Movie, Text), then press OK. You can preview a selected file by highlighting it using the
cursor arrows and pressing OK. Press the
Play button on the Remote Control to show it in
full-screen size.
Press the INFO button to bring up a controls tab at the bottom of the screen, allowing easier
control of play, pause, stop and repeat modes. Press the EXIT button repeatedly to
progressively return back to the USB menu.
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8. PVR function
1). Prepare to record the program
Before the PVR function can be used, a suitable USB storage device (USB flash-drive or
USB hard-drive) must be connected to the USB socket on the rear side panel of the TV. The
USB storage device should only be connected or disconnected when the TV is switched off.
The USB PVR function relies on the use of high quality USB drives, with higher speed
models likely to provide improved performance.
From the Option Menu enter into the PVR File System and choose "check PVR File
System". Click "OK", and wait until "checking" changes into "Success".
Note: please check the result marked "Speed". If it is "FULL HD support", that means the
speed of your USB device is suitable for time shift and record functions. If not, please
format the device, to make sure the USB device is capable of handling the recording
functions. The default "Free Record Limit" is 6 hours, if the space on the disk is big enough.
If the space is not big enough, the record time will be shorter, depending on the capacity of
the device.
During the "check PVR File System" checking, please do not choose any other operation
until it is finished.
The recordings have to be done from within the TV PVR system. The recordings can only be
played in the same TV, and generally not in any other kind of devices (computer, DVD, etc...)
which are not compatible with the .TS file format.
In order to carry out any kind of recording, the TV will oblige you to format the connected
USB device to store the recording. The High Speed format option is recommended for better
HDTV recording results.
WARNING. WHEN YOU FORMAT THE EXTERNAL USB DEVICE YOU WILL LOSE ALL
THE FILES
AND INFORMATION STORED ON THE DEVICE.
From the OPTION MENU, enter into the PVR File System as below:
Select Disk
< OPTION
OSD Language English
Audio Languages
Subtitle Languages
Hearing Impaired
PVR File System
Restore Factory Default
HDMI CEC
C:
Check PVR File System
Start
USB Disk
Format
>
Time Shift Size
Speed
Free Record Limit
6 Hr.
MENU
Select Disk: select which USB drive type to save the recorded file onto, then press
OK to return to the PVR menu.
Select Disk
USB
0
Disk
C:
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Check PVR File System: checks if the PVR File System set up will work with your USB
device or not.
Format: Refer to the details on formatting on page 19 before using this option for the first
time. Once you have selected the type of formatting of your USB storage device, your TV
will show various progress screens (see below).
Format disk
Format disk
Format disk
Do not unplug USB device.
Warning! All data will be lost.
Formatting,please wait
Start
Exit
When the Format process has finished, you can then use the “Check PVR File System”option
to show the speed ability of your USB storage device. Press EXIT to return to the TV mode.
Select Disk
C:
Check PVR File System
Select Disk
Checking
C:
Check PVR File System
SUCCESS
USB Disk
Pass
USB Disk
Pass
Format
Pass
Format
Pass
Time Shift Size
All
Speed
Time Shift Size
All
Speed
HD support 2048 KB/s
Free Record Limit
6 Hr.
Checking
Free Record Limit
6 Hr.
MENU
MENU
If you selected the "Hi Speed FS" format mode, you can then change the Time Shift memory
size. Remember to set the Time Shift size to be smaller than the capacity of your USB
storage device, or the Speed test may report an error.
Time Shift Size
Time Shift Disk Size
512 MB
SB 14 Mins
HD 4 Mins
2). Recording a DTV program
When viewing a DTV program, press the "●REC" button on the remote control and the
record control tab will pop up and the PVR will commence recording. Click the “●REC"
button again and the record control tab will disappear while the "REC" icon will remain on
the top left of the screen. It will disappear when you click the "stop" button on the remote
control, and the PVR will finish recording.
3). Playing back the recording
In the USB drive, the recorded program will be saved in the folder "_MSTPVR" on the device.
To play back the.TS format files, use the DMP (Digital Media Player) function as shown on
page 24 , and select Movie as the type of file to play back. Alternatively, press the Index
button on the Remote Control to display the Recorded List, which shows the name of
recorded DTV material on the attached USB drive.
The order of the recordings can be selected by repeatedly pressing the Index button to view in
Program, Channel, or Time order.
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Index
SLEEP
Play/Pause
Stop
1. Video may become pixelated if the video bit rate is too high for your USB drive, especially
during recordings of high-definition material. If this occurs, try using a faster USB drive, or
re-format it using the High Speed Format option. Note:This may make the drive un-readable
in other USB devices.
2. The USB PVR function relies on the use of high quality USB 2.0 drives, and as such may
not be compatible with some specific USB devices, for example, low-cost USB flash-drives
with slower memory components, and some USB 3.0 flash-drives (operating in USB 2.0
mode) may not be compatible with this TV. Also, USB hard-drives need to be low power
versions (eg. portable types), or must be used with an external power source to prevent
overloading the USB socket on the TV.
9. Timeshift function
Prepare to record the program
This TV allows you to pause and record the currently watched digital TV program to a USB
storage device, and to resume viewing at the point where it was paused.
NOTE:
Formatting a USB 2.0 storage device will be needed. Save the original data on your USB
device before formatting. All the data stored in the USB device will be erased after
formatting.
USB Drive Storage Format
Follow the Format instructions on page 19 of this Manual to format the USB device and
allocate the amount of space for the Time Shift function.
NOTE:
The format process will take at least 2 minutes depending on the capacity of your USB device.
Please do not turn off the power or remove the USB device during formatting. The High Speed
format option is recommended for better HDTV recording results.During formatting, a speed
test will be done on the USB device. If it fails, it means the USB device may not support the
Time Shift function.
Record a paused DTV program to USB storage device
1. While in the DTV input source, check that your USB storage device is plugged into the USB
port on the side of your TV.
2. Select a DTV channel, then press PAUSE to start the Time Shift function. The TV program
will be paused on screen; the Time Shift OSD appears and recording commences.Press play
to playback the time-paused material.
3. Press STOP to stop the Time Shift function and stop recording program.
00:00:33/00:04:22
Play
SLEEP
Play/Pause
Stop
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FB
FF
Prev.
Next
Pause
Stop
NOTE:
Please do not unplug the USB storage device when the Time Shift function is activated, as
damage to the recorded file or the USB storage device may occur. Approximately 4GB of
memory buffers about 30-40 minutes of DTV material.
1.Video may become pixelated during recording when the Video bit rate capability of your
USB device is too low. If this occurs, try using a higher speed USB drive or reformat the drive
using the High Speed format option.
2.The USB Timeshift function relies on the use of high quality USB 2.0 drives, and as such
may not be compatible with some specific USB devices.
10. Digital Media Player (DMP)
To play and view limited types of low data-rate USB media files (such as JPEG, MP3, or AVI
formats), use the USB Source that is accessible from the Input button on the Remote Control.
For playback of high data-rate media files the use of an external Media Player (not supplied)
will be required.
USB 2.0
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
TEXT
Please make sure that the USB device is plugged in the slot. There are four media types that
can be selected, such as Photo, Music, Movie, and Text. Select the type of media item by
pressing
, press OK button to enter the disk selection menu.
1/1
Return
C
Press the
cursor buttons to select the correct disk and press OK to display the media
files and folder list or press EXIT to return to the media type selection menu. Once you have
selected the required media type and drive details, you can view the various files and
folders on screen.
1/1
Resolution: 688x412
AudioTrack: 1/2
Subtitle:
1/1
Program:
1/5
Size: 511457 KBytes
Return
Movies
Sample1.ts
Sample1.ts
Sample2.ts
Sample3.ts
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Sample4.ts
Select the media file by pressing
or
, then press OK and the preview frame will pop up
if the file is playable. Press the play button to play the media file in full screen mode.
When the media file (Photo, Music, Movie, or Text type) is playing, press the OK or Info
button to display the control bar at the bottom of the screen.
00:00:33/00:04:22
R
Pause
FB
FF
Prev.
Next
Stop
Repeat ALL
Random off
In the control bar, press
to select the function icon, then press the OK button to confirm
the function.
Press or EXIT button to exit the control bar.
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