tv/scart ch. vol. back exit info input fast text menu 1

tv/scart ch. vol. back exit info input fast text menu 1
TV/SCART
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BACK
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S.MODE
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Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this
equipment to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO AVOID THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to avoid the risk of
electric shock, do not disassemble this equipment by anyone
except a qualified service personnel.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence
of important operating and maintenance instructions
in the literature accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
LCD TV User Guide
Safety Instructions
MAINS PLUG WIRING
Electrical Information
This appliance is fitted with a BS1363/A 13 amp plug. If it is not suitable for your
supply sockets it must be removed and replaced with an appropriate plug. If the
plug becomes damaged and/or needs to be replaced please follow the wiring
instructions below. The plug removed must be disposed of immediately. It must not
be plugged into a supply socket as this will be an electrical hazard. If the fuse needs
to be replaced it must be of the same rating and ASTA approved to BS1362. If the
plug is changed, a fuse of the appropriate rating must be fitted in the plug, adapter or
at the distribution board. If the fuse in a moulded plug is replaced, the fuse cover
must be refitted before the appliance can be used.
Wiring Instructions
The supply cable will be either 2-core or 3-core. Follow the appropriate wiring
instructions given below. In both cases ensure that the outer sheath of the cable is
firmly held by the cable clamp.
2- CORE
Fuse
BLUE
(Neutral)
Cable
clamp
BROWN
(Live)
3- CORE
Fuse
BLUE
(Neutral)
Cable
clamp
LCD TV User Guide
The wire coloured blue must be connected to
the terminal marked with the letter N or
coloured black.
The wire coloured brown must be connected to
the terminal marked with the letter L or
coloured red.
WARNING! This appliance must be
earthed.
GREEN and
YELLOW
(Earth)
WARNING! Do not connect either wire to
the earth terminal.
This symbol indicates that this 2-core
appliance is Class II and does not require an
earth connection.
BROWN
(Live)
The wire coloured green and yellow must be
connected to the terminal marked with the letter
E, or by the earth symbol, , or coloured green
or green and yellow.
The wire coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal marked with the letter N or coloured
black.
The wire coloured brown must be connected to
the terminal marked with the letter L or coloured
red.
Safety Instructions
WARNINGS
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Unqualified attempts to repair this TV are not allowed. Refer repairs to this unit
to a qualified technician only.
Do not disassemble this unit. There are dangerous-voltage parts inside that may
cause electric shock even after power is disconnected.
Store your unit in a clean, dry environment, Unplug the unit immediately it gets
wet, and consult your servicing technician.
Always unplug the unit before cleaning it. Wipe dust off the cabinet of the unit
with clean & dry & soft cloth. Apply non-ammonia cleansing lotion onto the cloth,
not directly onto the screen.
Do not place heavy objects on top of the unit.
Avoid exposing your unit directly to sunlight or other heat sources.
Put your unit in a well-ventilated area away from high humidity.
Do not expose this TV to rain or moisture, dripping or splashing.
Safety Tips
● If smoke, abnormal noise or odour comes out of your unit, unplug from the
mains supply immediately and call your dealer.
● Never try to repair the your unit on your own. Always call your dealer
for repairs.
Note
This user’s manual contains for-reference-only graphics and information that are
subject to change without notice.
WEEE:
This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EG
concerning used electrical and electronic appliances(waste electrical and electronic
equipment - WEEE). The guideline determines the framework for the return and
recycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.
LCD TV User Guide
CONTENT
CONTENT
PREPARATION
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Features ...............................................................................................................................................................
Package Contents ...............................................................................................................................................
LCD TV ..................................................................................................................................................................
Front View .............................................................................................................................................................
Rear View ..............................................................................................................................................................
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Remote Control ....................................................................................................................................................... 9
Setting up your LCD TV........................................................................................................................................... 12
Using your LCD TV............................................................................................................................................... 13
INSTALLATION
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Connecting a TV Cable or Aerial......................................................................................................................... 14
Connecting a DVD Player .................................................................................................................................. 15
Connecting a VCR & a Video Camera .............................................................................................................. 16
Connecting a TV Box and Satellite Receiver ..................................................................................................... 17
HDMI...............................................................................................................................18
USING THE FEATURES................................................................................................. 19
Basic Operation................................................................................................................................................. 19
OSD Menu Operation .......................................................................................................................................... 20
Video .................................................................................................................................................................. 20
Audio.................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Setup ................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Preferences.......................................................................................................................................................... 23
Screen.................................................................................................................................................................. 23
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
LCD TV User Guide
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PREPARATION
Features
Features
High Brightness / Contrast Image
Brightness: 450 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 800:1
VGA Support:
640x480/60Hz~1024x768/75Hz
PREPARATION
Multimedia socket
VIDEO in socket
S-VIDEO in socket
SCART socket (RGB, CVBS ,CVBS+RGB,Y/C input/ CVBS output)
Y Pb Pr in socket
VGA in socket
HDMI in socket
WSS (Wide Screen Scale ) Function
This function can automatically convert and display any aspect ration (4:3 / Wide) TV
broadcast signal.
Teletext Function
NICAM/ FM-Stereo Function
Auto Programme Sort (APS)
Manual search
Sleep-Timer
User selectable colour temperature settings
Built-In CATV tuner
PREPARATION
Package Contents
PREPARATION
Once you open the box, make sure all of the following contents are
included.If you’re missing any items, please contact your dealer.
LCD TV
TV/SCART
CH.
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Remote control/
AAA batteries
Video Cable
Audio Cable
QUICK START GUIDE
Power Cord
User Guide
(you are reading it)
Quick Start Guide
These items are all you need to set up and operate the LCD TV
in its basic configuration.
*Most devices (VCRs, DVD player, etc.) come with the necessary
cable for connection. If you want to set up a complex system, you may need to buy
extra cable, connector, etc.
PREPARATION
LCD TV
Front View/Rear View
LED
The LED indicator shows amber colour when
TV is in standby mode.
AC 230V~
50Hz
AC POWER
SWITCH
PC/VGA IN
VHF/UHF IN
PC AUDIO IN
PREPARATION
IR
Infrared
Receiver
VOLUME + / Adjusts the volume up and down.
Selects the main-menu item and change
values for items when in the OSD mode.
CHANNEL.▲ / ▼
Changes TV channels. Selects menu
item when in the OSD mode.
MENU
Presses once to display the OSD (on screen
display), presses again to turn the OSD off.
INPUT
INPUT
Chooses from different input signal sources.
POWER
Turns the LCD TV on and into standby mode.
Connects to the external earphone for
private listening.
Note:
INPUT button on the TV, has the same function of OK button on the remote control,can be
used as confirm button.
PREPARATION
LCD TV
Rear View
AC 230V~
50Hz
AC POWER
SWITCH
PC/VGA IN
VHF/UHF IN
PC AUDIO IN
PREPARATION
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AC 230V~
50Hz
AC POWER
SWITCH
7
VHF/UHF IN
PC/VGA IN
PC AUDIO IN
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ITEM
DESCRIPTION
1 AC IN / Power Switch
Connects the AC power cord to this socket./ Make sure that this switch is
in the ON position.
2 AV1
SCART
3 AV2
S -VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
Connect to external equipment with scart socket. This scart input allows
audio and CVBS / YC/ RGB +CVBS.RGB,S-VIDEO from an external devise
to be shown on your TV.
Connects to the S- VIDEO output sockets and Audio output
sockets on your video equipment.
4 AV3
VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
Connects to the composite A/V output sockets on your video
equipment.
5 AV4
Connects to the component (Y, Pb, Pr) video sockets and
audio (L/R) sockets of your DVD player, HDTV, or video equipment.
Y, Pb, Pr /AUDIO(L/R)
6 AV5
PC/VGA IN / PC AUDIO IN
7 AV6
HDMI IN
8 VHF/UHF IN
Connects to a PC or other devices with a VGA interface.
Connects to devices with a HDMI interface.
Connect TV aerial here.
Note:
S-VIDEO and Video have a common audio input, If both devices are being used at the same
time audio from both will be heard at same time. Only switch on the required device to stop
the mixing of audio.
PREPARATION
Remote Control
1
POWER
Turns the LCD TV on and into standby mode .
2
3
2
TV/SCART
1
Mutes and restores your LCD TV sound.
3
TV/SCART
Pressing enter TV or SCART Mode.
CH.
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2
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VOL.
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0-9
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BACK
Returns to previously selected
channel.
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CH. +/-
BACK
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SLEEP
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CH. LIST COLOUR
PREPARATION
Select and switch to a channel by
using 0-9 buttons.
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10
11
S.MODE
12
P.MODE
13
P.SIZE
EXIT
MENU
INFO
INPUT
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Changes the channels up and down .
7
VOL. +/Increases and decreases volume.
8
SLEEP
Sets the LCD TV sleep time.
- Press the SLEEP button to select the number of
minutes. followed by 15, 30, 60minutes and off.
The timer begins to count down from the number
of minutes selected.
a.To check the remaining sleep time, press the
SLEEP button once.
b.To cancel the sleep time, repeatedly press the
SLEEP button until the display off appears.
c. If you turn the set off after setting the sleep
timer, the setting will be erased.
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CH. LIST
FAST TEXT
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Display all channel list & name.
In TV/SCART/S-VIDEO/VIDEO mode:
Wide, 4:3, Zoom, Original.
In Y,Pb,Pr/VGA mode: Wide, 4:3.
In HDMI mode, “P.SIZE” function is not available.
COLOUR
Allows to select Color temperature to be warm/
standard/cool .
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12
S.MODE
Press it to enter the Audio Menu.
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P.MODE
Selects picture mode: Custom, Vivid,
Standard, Mild.
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EXIT
Turns on and off the Teletext function.
I-II(NICAM)
Cycles through the TV Sound options:
MONO/DUAL/STEREO.
P.SIZE
Cycles through wide mode settings:
Exits the OSD menu (on-screen display).
PREPARATION
Remote Control
15
Displays the OSD menu(on screen display).
CH.
16
Allows you to move, select and set up the OSD
options.
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TV/SCART
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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VOL.
BACK
INFO
PREPARATION
Pressing once displays a variety of information such
as the current channel and the input source.
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INPUT
Cycles among the different input signal sources:
TV AV1(SCART) AV2(S-VIDEO) AV3(CVBS) AV4(Y Pb Pr)
SLEEP
0
AV5(VGA) AV6(HDMI)
I-II
CH. LIST COLOUR
S.MODE
P.MODE
P.SIZE
EXIT
MENU
INFO
INPUT
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Displays the main index in Teletext mode.
Reveals hidden information such as
the answer to a quiz in Teletext mode.
Displays the top, bottom or all of
page, to easily read in Teletext mode.
Freezes a multi-page passage on
screen in Teletext mode.
20
Accesses the TELETEXT items or
corresponding pages.
10
PREPARATION
FAST TEXT
Remote Control
Installing the batteries in your remote control
1
3
Insert two AAA size batteries.
Make sure to match the (+) and (-) ends of
the batteries with the (+) and (-) ends indicated
in the battery compartment.
PREPARATION
2
Pull the tab of the back cover and pull up on
the cover to open the battery compartment
of the remote control.
Align the lower tabs of the back cover to the
remote control and squeeze the cover into
place.
Note :
Do not use caustic cleaners( porcelain, stainless steel, toilet, or oven cleaner, etc...).
You may cause damage to your remote control.
Effective range
Your remote control can be activated from up to the LCD TV 5m away,
if points directly in front of the device.
30 O
30 O
5M
PREPARATION
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Setting Up Your LCD TV
How to install the TV Stand
Follow the instructions below to install the TV stand:
PREPARATION
1
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Open the box, and make sure all necessary parts are in the box.
LCD TV
Stand
2
Cover an even stable surface with a soft cloth. Place the LCD TV unit face-down on the cloth. Fit
the stand onto the bottom of the LCD TV unit as shown:
3
Then push until stand clicks into the LCD TV’s stand socket.
PREPARATION
Using your LCD TV
1
The Power button on the side view and also on the remote control is only used
for powering up and switching the TV to standby mode,it does not disconnect
the device from the mains supply.
To completely disconnect the main voltage, please switch off the power switch
on the rear of the TV, or remove the power plug from the socket.
AC POWER
SWITCH
PREPARATION
AC 230V~
50Hz
VHF/UHF IN
PC/VGA IN
PC AUDIO IN
POWER
Make sure the power
switch is switched off.
Unplug from
a wall outlet
AC 230V~
50 Hz
AC POWER
SWITCH
AC 230V~
50Hz
AC POWER
SWITCH
PC/VGA IN
VHF/UHF IN
PC AUDIO IN
PREPARATION
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INSTALLATION
Refer to the owner’s manual of the external equipment to be connected.When connecting
external equipment, do not connect any AC power cords to wall outlets until you have completed
all the connections.
Connecting a TV aerial
Basic Connection: Connecting cable or aerial .
Make sure the power
switch is switched off.
Unplug from
a wall outlet
AC 230V~
50 Hz
AC POWER
SWITCH
AC 230V~
50Hz
AC POWER
SWITCH
PC/VGA IN
VHF/UHF IN
PC AUDIO IN
TV Aerial
INSTALLATION
Connect the supplied mains
cable to this socket.
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Aerial/75-ohm
coaxial input
1
Connect your existing TV aerial to the Aerial input socket on the TV.
2
Insert the supplied mains cable to the mains socket located on the rear of
the TV. Connect the other end of this cable to a 3 pin mains socket.
3
Connect all AC power sources before turning on the
power switch at the back of the TV.
4
Press the POWER button on your remote to turn on your LCD TV.
5
Press the TV/SCART button to enter TV mode when it is not in TV mode or to enter
SCART source while it is in TV mode.
INSTALLATION
Connecting a DVD Player
For best picture quality, if your DVD player has (Y Pb Pr) video output, Please use component
cable instead of a standard video or S-video cable (cables not supplied). Otherwise connect
using a standard Scart cable (not supplied).
PC/VGA IN
PC AUDIO IN
Video
Audio Audio
(R)
( L)
Pb
Pr
A
Video/Audio Cable
DVD PLAYER
METHOD A (AV3 )
Use an A/V cable to connect the DVD’s composite output sockets to your LCD TV.
METHOD B (AV2 )
Use an Audio cable to connect the DVD’s audio output sockets to your LCD TV.
Use a S-Video cable to connect your LCD TV and DVD player.
INSTALLATION
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METHOD C (AV1 )
Use a SCART cable to connect the DVD’s SCART socket to the LCD TV’s SCART socket.
METHOD D (AV4 )
Use a Component cable to connect the (Y Pb Pr ) sockets on the DVD player to your LCD
TV. Use an audio cable to connect the DVD’s audio sockets to your LCD TV.
2
Connect all power sources before turning on the power switch
of the LCD TV or other connected equipments.
3
Press the POWER button to turn on your LCD TV.
4
To watch DVD, press the INPUT button to select AV1,AV2, AV3,AV4.
INSTALLATION
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Connecting a VCR & a Video Camera
PC/VGA IN
PC AUDIO IN
Video
Audio Audio
(R)
(L )
INSTALLATION
Video/Audio Cable
1
METHOD A (AV3)
Use an A/V cable to connect the VCR’s/ video camera’s composite output sockets
to your LCD TV.
METHOD B (AV2)
Use an Audio cable to connect the VCR’s/ the Video Camera’s audio output
sockets to your LCD TV.
Use a S-Video cable to connect your LCD TV and VCR player/ video camera.
METHOD C (AV1)
Use a SCART cable to connect the VCR’s SCART socket to the LCD TV ‘s SCART socket.
2
Connect all power sources before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV
or other connected equipments.
3
4
5
Press the POWER button to turn on your LCD TV.
To watch video camera, press the INPUT button to select AV2 or AV3.
To watch VCR, press the INPUT button to select AV1, AV2 or AV3 .
Note: Not all cameras have the ability to connect to a TV. Please check your video camera
user guide for compatibility.
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INSTALLATION
Connecting a TV Box and Satellite Receiver
Freeview / Sky boxes will usually have scart cables supplied with them. Connect
the scart cable to the scart socket on the rear of the TV.
PC/VGA IN
PC AUDIO IN
A
Pb
Pr
E
Video/Audio Cable
VGA CABLE
HDMI CABLE
D
Method A(AV3) :
Use an AV cable to connect the TV Cable Box’s composite output sockets to your LCD TV.
Method B(AV2) :
Use an Audio cable to connect the TV Cable Box’s audio output sockets to your LCD TV.
Use a S-Video cable to connect your LCD TV and TV Cable Box.
Method C(AV5) :
Use a VGA 15 pins cable to connect the TV Cable Box’s RGB output sockets to your LCD TV.
Use a 3.5mm socket to RCA adapter cable for connecting audio.
INSTALLATION
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F
Audio Audio
(R)
(L)
Video
Method D(AV1) :
Use a SCART cable to connect the TV Cable Box’s SCART socket to the LCD TV’s SCART socket.
Method E(AV4)
Use a Component cable to connect the Y/Pb/Pr sockets on the TV Cable Box to
your LCD TV. Use an Audio cable to connect TV cable box’s audio output sockets to LCD TV.
2
Method F(AV6) :
3
Connect all power sources before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipments.
4
5
6
Use a HDMI cable to connect the Satellite Receiver HDMI connector to your LCD TV.
Press the POWER button to turn on your LCD TV.
To watch TV cable box, press the INPUT button to select AV1, AV2, AV3, AV4 ,AV5.
To watch programs satellite receiver, press the INPUT button repeatedly to select AV6 .
INSTALLATION
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HDMI
HDMI
-This TV can accept High-Definition Multimedia Interface(HDMI).
-This TV SET supports HDCP(High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) Protocol for TV SET
(480p, 720p, 1080i) modes.
-When you connect to the output of an HD ready player (DVD Player, Set Top Box or PC) switch to the
AV6(HDMI) function and the TV will automatically detect the resolution used by the HDMI source.
- To get the best picture quality, adjust the DVD Player or Set Top Box output resolution to 1280 x 720p.
- To get the best picture quality, adjust the PC graphics card to 1024 x 768, 60Hz.
How to connect
INSTALLATION
1. If Source Devices have HDMI Output , connect to the HDMI socket located at the rear of the TV
using the HDMI Cable supplied with your external devise. (HDMI sends Digital Video and Audio with
one cable.)
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INSTALLATION
USING THE FEATURES
Basic Operation
Tuning in the TV channels
1 After connecting an aerial to your LCD TV and connecting the mains cable to the TV and
2
3
230VAC mains socket, turn the POWER SWITCH of rear TV on, an amber light will show on
the front centre panel of the TV.
Press the POWER button, the amber light will be turned into a light which does not have the
colour and the First Time Installation screen will show:
1. Make sure an aerial is fitted then press OK button on the remote to start
the Auto Programme Scan (APS).
2. In a short while you will see the TV programmes briefly as each channel is received and
stored in the memory. When APS is completed BBC1 will show, press CH+/- buttons to
view the other channels stored.
To power off press the POWER button, the led light will change to amber.
Selecting a Source
Press the INPUT button to display the function required (TV/AV).
Using the arrow buttons on the remote highlight the function required and press the OK button
to select the function.
Select TV Channel
1 Press the CH.+/- button on the remote control and the CH. ▲/▼ button on the LCD
TV to change the TV channels.
2 You can directly select the TV channel required by pressing 1,2 or 3 etc on the remote key
pad.
3 Press the BACK button on the remote control to swap the channel between the current
channel No. and the previous channel No.
Adjusting the Volume
To Mute the Sound
1 Press MUTE and the sound cuts off.
2 To turn mute off, press the MUTE button again, or simply press the VOL +/- button.
Sleep Timer
USING THE FEATURES
Press the VOL. +/– button on the remote control or the VOL. +/- button on the LCD TV to adjust
the volume.
Press the SLEEP button continuously to select the sleep timer or turn the sleep timer from the
OFF,15,30,60minutes; when the LCD TV has reached the set time, it will automatically turn off. If
the TV has no input signal, it will automatically power down to standby after 15 minutes.
USING THE FEATURES 19
OSD Menu Operation
1 The main menu provides access to the following menus:
Video
Adjust picture setting such as picture
mode, contrast, brightness,sharpness
colour and advanced.
Audio
Adjust sound option and effects.
Setup
Adjust colour standard, sound
standard, APS, Manual search,
Channel setup.
Preferences
Adjust preferences such as OSD, blue
screen, childlock, sleep timer, OSD
timer, OSD reset.
Screen
Adjust screen such as horizontal size,
horizontal position, vertical position,
phase, clock, auto sync.
2 Press the MENU button on the remote control. The main menu will appear on the screen.
3 Use ◄/► to highlight your main menu option, then press OK to enter your selected
option.
Use ▲/▼ to highlight an option of the sub-menu. Use ◄/► to change the value of the
item.Press the EXIT button to exit MENU.
Video
Use this Video setting menu to adjust the picture quality which best corresponds to your viewing
requirements.The Video Menu includes the following options:
OPTION
Picture Mode
DESCRIPTION
Custom:Select for user’s settings.
The items of video can be adjusted when
the picture mode is for user’s settings
except advanced item.
USING THE FEATURES
Vivid:Select for enhanced picture contrast
and sharpness.
Standard:Select for standard picture
settings.Recommended for home
entertainment.
Mild:Select for mild picture settings.
Contrast
Adjust the difference between the
brightness and darkness regions of the
picture.
Brightness
Adjust to increase or decrease the
brightness.
Colour
Allows to adjust the colour from 0 to 100.
Tint(NTSC)
Allows you to adjust the color tint of the
picture.(Only for NTSC)
Sharpness
Adjust to sharpen or soften the picture.
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Video
OPTION
Advanced
DESCRIPTION
Display Mode Cycles through wide mode
settings:
In TV/SCART/S-VIDEO/VIDEO mode: Wide, 4:3,
Zoom, Original.
In Y,Pb,Pr/VGA mode: Wide, 4:3.
In HDMI mode, “P.SIZE” function is not available.
DCE
Allows you to adjust the
(Dynamic Contrast
Enhancemen) to be off, low,
mid, high.
Blue
Stretch
Enhance Blue scenes such as
sky and sea scenes.
Green
Stretch
Green scenes such as Grass/
fields/woodlands etc will be
more vivid.
Color
Temp.
Allows you to adjust the color
temp. to be cool, warm ,
standard.
Audio
Use this AUDIO setting menu to adjust the sound and balance and volume to your
listening requirements.
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
Volume
presets the volume to a given setting.
Balance
Adjust to emphasize left or right speaker
balance.
USING THE FEATURES
USING THE FEATURES 21
Setup
Use this Setup menu to select Colour Standard, Sound
Standard, APS, Manual Search, Channel Setup.
OPTION
Allows you to select the colour
standard : AUTO,PAL, SECAM.
UK = PAL
Sound
Standard
Allows you to select the sound standard :
DK, BG, I, L/L’.
Setup
APS
Manual Search
Channel Setup
DESCRIPTION
Colour
Standard
DK
PAL D/K, SECAM D/K (East
Europe / China )
BG
PAL B/G, SECAM B/G
(Europe / East Europe / Asia /
New Zealand / M.East / Africa
/Australia)
I
PAL I (U.K. / Ireland / Hong
Kong / South Africa)
L/L’
SECAM L/L’
APS
Start APS
Press OK to start Auto Search and auto
sort process.
Country
Allows you select the country :Austria,
Belgium, Switzerland, Czech Rep.,
Germany, Denmark, Spain, France,
Finland, UK, Greece, Hungary, Italy,
Norway, Netherlands, Portugal, Poland,
Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Turkey,
Others.
Manual
Search
Allows you to adjust the manual search
by hand if signal is too weak
or picture is blurry.
USING THE FEATURES
Channel Setup Press the ► button to select Sort,
Setup
Channel Setup
Finetune
Save
22 USING THE FEATURES
Delete, Skip, Finetune, Save.
Sort
Allows you to manually sort
the stored programme.
Delete
Allows you to delete the
stored programme.
Skip
Allows you to skip the
stored programme.
Finetune
Allows you to finetune the
stored programme.
Save
Allows you to save the
setup.
Preferences
Use this Preferences setting menu to set up some features: OSD, Blue Screen, Childlock,
Sleep Timer, OSD Timer, OSD Reset.
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
OSD
Language : Allows you to select the
OSD to be English, German,
French, Spanish, Italian,
Dutch, Portugese, Polish or
Russian.
Transparency: Allows you to adjust
transparency from 0 to
15.
Blue Screen
Allows you to select the blue screen to be
off or on.
Childlock
Allows you to select the childlock to be
yes or no. (Default password is 0000.
golden password is 3796.)
Change Pin: Allows you to change the
4 -digit password.
Sleep Timer
Allows you to select the sleep timer to
be off, 15min, 30min, 60min.
OSD Timer
Allows selection of the display time of the
on-screen menu:5 s,10 s,15 s,
20 s, 25 s.
OSD Reset
Allows you to restore the factory settings.
Screen(Only for VGA)
OPTION
Horizontal
Size
Allows you to adjust the Horizontal Size
from 0 to 100.
Horizontal
Position
Allows you to adjust the Horizontal
Position of the picture.
Vertical
Position
Allows you to adjust the Vertical Position
of the picture.
Phase
Allows you to improve focus clarity and
image stability.
Auto Sync.
Allows to auto synchronize VGA
signal.
USING THE FEATURES
Auto Sync.
DESCRIPTION
USING THE FEATURES 23
TROUBLESHOOTING
Before contacting Goodmans Helpline, check the following chart for a possible cause
of the trouble you are experiencing and for a solution.
PROBLEM
TV will not turn on
SOLUTION
□ Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
□ The batteries in the remote control may be exhausted. Replace the
batteries.
No picture, no
sound
□ Check the interface cable between TV and antenna/cable TV.
□ Press the POWER button on the remote.
□ Press the TV button on the remote, then press the INPUT
button repeatedly to select the connected video sources.
□ Make sure that the main power switch on the back panel is
switched on.
Poor picture, sound
OK
□ Check the interface cable between TV and antenna/cable TV.
□ Try another channel, the station may have broadcast
difficulties.
□ Adjust the Brightness/Contrast options in the VIDEO Menu.
Picture OK, Poor
sound
□ Sound may be muted. Press the MUTE button on the remote.
□ Press the TV button on the remote, then press
the VOL.+
button to increase the volume.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Audio noise
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□ Move any infrared equipment away from the TV.
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Panel System
GTVL19W17HD
19 inch LCD panel
Display Resolution
1440 pixels (horizontal) x 900 pixels (vertical)
Television System
PAL- I
Brightness
Contrast Ratio
450 cd/m2
800:1
Inputs/Output
1
HDMI
1
VGA
1
PC Audio In
1
Video In
1
S-video In
1
PHONES
1
Y Pb Pr
1
TV
1
Speaker Power
Power Source(MAX)
Dimension( W x D x H)
Weight(Net)
SPECIFICATION
SCART
3 W+3 W
AC230 V~, 50Hz, 50 W
470 x 170 x 414.3mm
5.2 Kg
SPECIFICATION
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Display Modes
The screen resolution has been optimized during production for the display modes listed below.
If the signal from the system equals the standard signal mode, the screen adjusts automatically.
If the signal from the system is not equal to the standard signal mode, adjust the screen
resolution by referring to your video card user guide, otherwise there may be no video.
Y Pb Pr Mode
Resolution
480P: 720 x 480
480I: 720 x 480
576P: 720 x 576
576I: 720 x 576
720P: 1280 x 720
1080I: 1920 x 1080
Vertical Frequency(Hz)
Aspect Ratio
60
50
50
16:10(Wide), 4:3
60
50
60
VGA Mode
Horizontal pixels x Vertical Scan Line
Vertical Frequency(Hz)
Aspect Ratio
60
640 x 480
72
75
60
800 x 600
72
16:10(Wide), 4:3
75
60
1024 x 768
70
75
SPECIFICATION
HDMI Mode
Horizontal pixels X Vertical Scan Line
Vertical Frequency(Hz)
480P: 720 x 480
60
576P: 720 x 576
50
720P: 1280 x 720
1080I: 1920 x 1080
50
60
Aspect Ratio
16:10 (Wide)
50
60
Note:
The picture may have something different from the actual things because of the
continuous products’ upgrading.
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SPECIFICATION
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