Hannstar-25US Cover
25”
Liquid Crystal Display Television
Téléviseur à Écran à Cristaux Liquides
TV de Pantalla de Cristal Líquido
1506-04ZW000
Regulatory Information ................................................................ 3
Description of Warning Symbols .................................................. 4
Safety Notices ............................................................................. 5
Important Safety Instructions ............................................................. 6
Preface ....................................................................................... 9
Warranty and Service .................................................................. 9
1. Getting Started ...................................................................... 11
1.1 Package Contents ........................................................... 11
1.2 Introducing the TV ........................................................... 12
1.2.1 Features ................................................................ 12
1.3 Control Panel .................................................................. 13
1.4 Input and Output Jacks .................................................... 14
1.5 Remote Control ............................................................... 15
1.6 Inserting the Remote Control Batteries ............................. 18
2. Setting up your TV ................................................................. 19
2.1 Basic Connections ........................................................... 19
2.1.1 Power Connection .................................................. 19
2.1.2 Connecting an Antenna or Cable TV ........................ 19
2.2 Connecting External Devices ........................................... 20
2.2.1 Connecting External Earphones .............................. 20
2.2.2 Connecting to AV Devices ....................................... 21
2.2.3 Connecting a VCR/ STB/ DVD Player
Using Component Video ......................................... 22
2.2.4 Connecting a VCR/ STB/ DVD Player
Using Composite Video ........................................... 22
2.2.5 Connecting a PC using VGA ................................... 23
2.2.6 Connecting a PC using DVI ..................................... 23
2.2.7 Connecting HDMI ................................................... 24
2.3 Using the TV ................................................................... 25
2.3.1 Turning the TV On and Off ...................................... 25
2.3.2 Switching Source Signals ........................................ 25
2.3.3 Performing an Automatic Channel Search ................ 25
2.3.4 Selecting Channels ................................................. 25
2.3.5 Adjusting the Volume .............................................. 25
2.3.6 Editing Channel Table or Favorite Channel .............. 26
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
3. Adjusting On-Screen Display (OSD) Settings .......................... 27
3.1 OSD Setting Menus ......................................................... 28
3.2 Adjusting Picture Settings ................................................ 28
3.3 Adjusting Audio Settings .................................................. 29
3.4 Adjusting Channel Settings .............................................. 30
3.5 Adjusting V-CHIP Settings ............................................... 31
3.6 Adjusting Setup Settings ................................................. 32
4. Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 33
5. Specifications ........................................................................ 34
6. Appendix: Remote Control Guide ............................................ 36
6.1 Introduction ..................................................................... 36
6.1.2 Setting Program Codes ........................................... 36
6.1.3 Searching Codes .................................................... 37
6.1.4 Setting Volume Lock ............................................... 37
6.1.5 Setting Channel Lock .............................................. 38
6.1.6 Factory Setting Mode .............................................. 39
6.1.7 Description ............................................................. 41
6.2 Other Descriptions .......................................................... 41
6.2.1 Double Clicking ...................................................... 41
6.2.2 Buttons Information ................................................ 41
6.2.3 Power-out Protection Capability .............................. 41
6.3 Component Program Codes ............................................. 42
7. Setting the TV on the Wall ...................................................... 49
8. Using the Cable Organizer ..................................................... 50
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Regulatory Information
FCC Compliance Statement1
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Additional Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected
• Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help
Warning: The Federal Communications Commission warns that changes or
modifications of the equipment not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
DOC Compliance Notice2
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the Radio Interference
Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.This device
complies with Canada ICES-003 Class B.
1. applies only to products purchased in the United States of America
2. applies only to products purchased in Canada
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Description of Warning Symbols
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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WARNING
CAUTION
This symbol is used to alert users
to pay attention to important
descriptions regarding usage,
maintenance (repair), and
additional important information
related to this TV.
This symbol is used to alert users
to the risk of electric shocks due
to dangerous and uninsulated
components.
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Safety Notices
Installation Safety Notes
Location
Avoid allowing the TV to get prolonged exposure to sunlight or other strong
sources of heat. Leave sufficient distance between the TV and the wall to
provide enough space for the emission of heat.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to
rain or moisture.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
CAUTION
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To
reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.
Notes:
•
•
The LCD TV is for entertainment use only and visual display
tasks are excluded.
This device uses a VGA connector to connect to a PC. To reduce
the influence of main frequency on the source signal, use a VGA
monitor cable with ferrite shield.
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Important Safety Instructions
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Read these instructions.
5.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
6.
Clean only with dry cloth.
7.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
8.
Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The
wide blade or the third prong are provided for your
safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your
outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
NOTE: Applies to US only.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
10.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
11.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
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13.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
15.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or
moisture.
16.
The apparatus shall be connected to a MAINS socket
outlet with a protective earthing connection.
17.
Where the MAINS plug or an appliance coupler is
used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device
shall remain readily operable.
18.
The apparatus should be used in moderate climate.
19.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
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Personal safety
1. To avoid overloading the power supply, never plug too many electrical
devices into an outlet, power strip, or extension cable.
2. Dangerous high-voltage electric power components are located inside the
TV. To avoid electric shock, do not disassemble the casing.
3. Do not place or drop metals, small objects, or flammable materials into
the vent of the TV.
4. If the TV is dropped, falls down, or is otherwise damaged, unplug the
power cord immediately and contact an authorized service technician.
5. If any fluid is sprayed or dropped into the TV, contact an authorized
service technician.
6. The screen of the TV is made of glass. Avoid hitting or scraping it. If the
screen is broken, do not touch the broken glass.
7. Do not allow children to use the TV unattended.
8. Be careful when disconnecting the power plug. Hold the plug. Do not
attempt to disconnect the plug by pulling on the power cord.
Installation
1. Do not place the TV in locations where there is excessive steam or dust.
2. Avoid blocking the TV's vents, do not place the TV on a bed, sofa, carpet,
or in a sealed cabinet.
3. Install the outdoor antenna away from power transmission lines to avoid
possible danger.
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Thank you for purchasing a Hannspree Liquid Crystal Display Television (LCD
TV). Your new TV will allow you to enjoy superior audio and video while
enriching your lifestyle with advanced technology.
Please carefully read this manual in its entirety before setting up, using or
operating your TV. To ensure the safe and correct installation and operations of
the TV, it is important that the safety and operation instructions in this manual
are followed.
This instruction manual is designed to assist you in setting up and using the TV.
The information in this manual has been carefully checked for accuracy;
however, no guarantee is given to the correctness of the contents. The
information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
To the extent allowed by applicable law, Hannspree, Inc. (“Hannspree”) shall not
be liable for direct, indirect, special, exemplary, incidental or consequential
damages arising from any defect or omission in this manual, even if advised of
the possibility of such damages in advance.
Warranty and Service
For complete warranty service information, please refer to the “Warranty card”
enclosed with your TV.
® Partner, Hannspree has determined that this
®
product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
As an ENERGY STAR
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Preface
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Copyright
© Copyright 2009 Hannspree, Inc.
All rights reserved. This manual is protected by copyright and distributed under
licenses restricting its use, copying and distribution. No part of this manual may
be reproduced in any form by any means without the prior written authorization
of Hannspree. The TV described in this manual may include copyrighted
software of Hannspree (or other third parties). Hannspree (or other third parties)
preserves the exclusive rights for copyrighted software, such as the right to
distribute or reproduce the copyrighted software. Accordingly, and to the extent
allowed by applicable law, any copyrighted software contained in the product
described herein shall not be distributed, modified, reverse engineered, or
reproduced in any manner without the prior written authorization of Hannspree
(or of other third parties).
The Hannspree logos presented herein are trademarks of Hannspree. All other
product names, trademarks or logos mentioned herein are used for identification
purpose only, and may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective owners.
The purchase of the product described herein shall not be deemed to grant,
either directly or by implication, estoppel or otherwise, any license under the
copyrights, patents, patent applications or trademarks of Hannspree, except for
the normal, non-exclusive use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a
product.
Trademark Notice
Hannspree products incorporate High-Definition Multimedia
Interface (HDMI™) technology.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
License Notice and Trademark Acknowledgment
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
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1.1
Getting Started
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1
Package Contents
Make sure the following components are included in the box. Please contact
Hannspree Customer Service immediately if anything is missing or damaged.
•
TV
•
Power cord
•
Remote control and batteries
•
User’s manual
•
Quick start guide
•
Warranty card
•
Product registration card
•
Attention notice card
•
Cleaning cloth
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1.2
Introducing the TV
You can watch NTSC/ATSC broadcast, cable, or digital television channels, and
easily connect a VCR, STB or DVD player to the standard CVBS, S-Video,
component, and HDMI input ports (location of these ports depends on model). You
can also use the TV as a monitor for your PC by connecting it through the VGA port.
Convenient control buttons located on the TV and a handy remote control let you
change channels, adjust the volume, and change display settings through an easyto-use on-screen display menu system. The built-in stereo speakers provide full rich
sound and a convenient audio output port lets you connect to an external audio
system or earphones.
1.2.1
Features
•
Built-in TV tuner
•
Audio/ Video support:
–
PC audio input
–
YPbPr input
–
CVBS input
–
S-Video input
–
3.5 mm stereo earphone output
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VGA input
–
HDMI input
–
One set for R/L audio inputs for CVBS/S-Video and the other one for YPbPr.
•
On-Screen Display (OSD) menu system
•
Built-in stereo speakers
•
Digital Noise reduction
•
3D comb filter
•
De-interlace Image
•
DTV/ Scalar solution
•
3:2/ 2:2 Pull down
Note:
The supporting devices mentioned in this manual may vary on different
models.
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1.3
Control Panel
Description
Button
Function
Power button. Press to turn the TV on
or off.
Power
Input source
INPUT
Press to open the input source list or
mark an item on the OSD menu.
Menu
MENU
Press to open the OSD menu.
Channel select
CH
Press to increase the channel number
or move upward to the previous item on
the OSD menu.
Channel select
CH
Press to decrease the channel number
or move downward to the next item on
the OSD menu.
Volume adjust
VOL
Press to increase the volume or move
to the right on the OSD menu.
Volume adjust
VOL
Press to decrease the volume or move
to the left on the OSD menu.
Remote IR
sensor
Receive incoming remote control
commands.
Power/ Standby
indicator
Indicate power or standby status.
Speakers
Deliver high-quality sounds.
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1.4
Input and Output Jacks
Description
Connector
Power connector
AC IN
HDMI 1 input
Connect to an external device, such
as a DVD player, a Set-Top Box, or a
PC’s DVI/ HDMI port.
HDMI 2
Connect to a PC’s VGA port.
VGA (PC) input
Audio input (PC)
AUDIO
R
Y
VHF / UHF
CABLE / ANTENNA
S-Video input
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AUDIO
R
L
Connect to an external device, such
as a VCR, Set-Top-Box, or a DVD
player.
Connect to an antenna or cable TV.
Connect to an external device, such
as a VCR, Set-Top-Box, or a DVD
player.
S-Video
AV
Connect to an external device, such
as a VCR, Set-Top-Box, or a DVD
player.
Connect to earphones or external
speakers with built-in amplifiers.
EAR
PHONE
Cable/ Antenna
SERVICE
L
Pr
Pb
Earphone output
Composite inputs
Connect to a PC’s audio port.
PC LINE IN
Component inputs
(audio)
Component inputs
(video)
Connect to the included power cord.
Connect to an external device, such
as a DVD player, set-top box, or a
PC’s DVI/ HDMI port.
HDMI 1
HDMI 2 input
Function
VIDEO
Connect to an external device, such
as a VCR, Set-Top-Box, or a DVD
player.
For service only.
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1.5
Remote Control
Description
Icon
Press to turn the TV on or off.
Power
Input source
Function
INPUT
Press to open the input source list.
Use to select a channel directly. Press 0-9
to enter the program numbers (press 1
and 0 for channel 10).
Keypad
Press this button for entering DTV minor
channel.
Program entry
LAST
Last
Press to return to the last channel
selected.
Information
INFO
Press to display program information.
Menu
MENU
Press to turn the on-screen display (OSD)
menu on/ off; confirm the setting.
Press up, down, left or right to scroll
through the on-screen display menus.
Arrows
Select
Guide channel
list
Return
OK
GUIDE
RETURN
Press to confirm your selection.
Press to view the Electronic Prgramming
Guide screen.
Press to return to the previous menu.
Press
Select channel
Volume adjust
CH
/ CH
VOL
/ VOL
CH
to increase the channel number.
Press CH to decrease the channel
number.
Press VOL + to increase audio volume.
Press VOL - to decrease audio volume.
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Description
Icon
SLEEP
Sleep timer
Mute
Multichannel
television
sound
DVD
MUTE
MTS
DVD
Function
Press repeatedly to set the sleep time
(Sleep off, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, or 120
minutes).
A Sleep Info appears on the middle of the
screen to show the remaining time.
Cancel the timer by pressing the button to
sleep off mode.
Press to eliminate audio. Press it again or
press the volume adjust buttons to restore
sound.
Press to toggle the audio mode (Mono/
Stereo/ SAP) in ATV or the audio services
in DTV.
Press to select a programmed DVD
player.
AUDIO
AUDIO
Press to select a programmed Audio
Receiver/ Amp/ Home Theatre System.
CABLE
CABLE
Press to select a programmed Cable TV
set-top box or a satellite TV set-top box.
TV
Favorite
channels
Aspect ratio
Close caption
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FAV.
ASPECT
C.C.
Press to enter TV mode.
Press to switch to favorite channels. (if no
favorite channel was set, "Not Available!"
will display on the screen)
Press to adjust the width-to-height ratio of
the image with aspect ratio Auto, Full,
Normal, Zoom, Zoom-1 and Subtitle.
Press to open or close the close caption.
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CAUTION
•
If the remote control is not used for a long period, remove the
batteries and store them properly.
•
Handle damaged or leaking batteries carefully, and wash hands with
soap if they come in contact with leaked chemical fluids.
•
If your remote control has two batteries, do not mix new and old
batteries, or the life of the new batteries will be shortened. Chemical
fluids may leak from the old batteries.
•
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only
with the same or equivalent type recommended by the equipment
manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to manufacturer’s
instructions.
•
Refer to your local recycling or waste disposal rules and contact a
local waste disposal vendor to dispose of used batteries.
•
The remote control cover may have a magnet in it, so do not place
magnetic sensitive items such as watches, credit cards, or flash
media close to the cover.
•
Do not use force when pulling the remote control cover open; you
may damage the hinge.
Note:
• For best results, use the remote control within a proper distance from the
front of the TV. Do not exceed an angle of 30 degrees when pointing at TV.
• The operational distance may be shortened when the signal sensor is
directly exposed to strong light.
• Aim the transmitter on the remote control at the signal sensor and ensure
that there are no obstacles between them.
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1.6
1
Inserting the Remote Control Batteries
Open the battery compartment cover at the back of the remote control (A).
A
2
Insert the batteries paying attention to the polarity markings inside the
battery compartment (B).
B
3
Close the battery compartment cover (C).
C
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2.1
2.1.1
Setting up your TV
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Basic Connections
Power Connection
1
Connect the power cord to the AC IN input jack on the rear of the TV.
2
Insert the plug at the other end of the power cord into a power outlet.
2.1.2
Connecting an Antenna or Cable TV
Connect one end of the VHF/UHF (Antenna) or CATV cable to VHF/UHF jack on
the rear of the TV.
Antenna
VHF / UHF
CABLE/ANTENNA
Ground Clamp
Coaxial Cable
Ground
Note:
If you cannot receive channels after connecting to an antenna or cable TV line, try
scanning for channels.
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2.2
Connecting External Devices
Connect external devices such as VCRs, Set-Top-Box, DVD players, video game
consoles, earphones, or a PC to the TV using the appropriate ports on the rear of the
TV.
2.2.1
Connecting External Earphones
Headphones
EAR
PHONE
Speakers
(Built-in Amplifiers)
Note:
• External speakers or headphones are not included with the TV.
• The internal TV speakers will not output sound when headphones are
plugged in.
• Use external speakers with built-in amplifiers only.
• Only one external device for sound can be connected at a time.
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2.2.2
Connecting to AV Devices
A
HDMI 1
B
HDMI 2
or
R
AUDIO
L
Y
Audio Cable
(Optional)
C
Pb
Pr
R
L
VIDEO
S-Video
Video Cable
(Optional)
HDMI Cable
(Optional)
HDMI
or
AUDIO
Audio/ Video Cable
(Optional)
R L Y Pb Pr
R
L VIDEO S-VIDEO
VCR
Game Console
or
STB
DVD
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2.2.3
Connecting a VCR/ STB/ DVD Player Using
Component Video
Connect the TV to a VCR/ STB/ DVD player using the component video inputs.
R
VCR
STB
AUDIO
L
Y
Pb
Audio Cable
(Optional)
Pr
Video Cable
(Optional)
DVD
2.2.4
Connecting a VCR/ STB/ DVD Player Using
Composite Video
Connect the TV to a VCR/ STB/ DVD player using the composite video input.
AV
AUDIO
R
L
VIDEO
Audio Cable
(Optional)
VCR
STB
DVD
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Video Cable
(Optional)
Connecting a PC using VGA
Connect the TV to your PC to use it as the monitor using the VGA port as shown.
1
2
Connect the VGA port of the TV to the VGA output of the PC.
Connect the PC LINE IN port of your TV to the line out port of the PC to
listen to audio from the PC.
VGA
PC LINE IN
Audio Cable
(Optional)
PC
VGA Cable
(Optional)
2.2.6
Connecting a PC using DVI
Connect the TV to your PC to use it as the monitor using the DVI port as shown.
Connect the HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 port of the TV to the DVI output of the PC.
Connect the PC LINE IN port of your TV to the line out port of the PC of your
TV to listen to audio from the PC.
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
PC LINE IN
Audio Cable
(Optional)
PC
HDMI
1
2
HDMI to DVI Cable
(Optional)
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2.2.5
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2.2.7
Connecting HDMI
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) assures that the best video signal is
always sent from source to the TV.
Refer to the following illustration to connect an HDMI device to the TV.
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
DVD Player
HDMI Cable
(Optional)
Note:
When the HDMI cable is connected, connecting the audio cable is not necessary.
However, it is necessary to do so if a HDMI to DVI cable is connected.
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2.3
Using the TV
2.3.1
Turning the TV On and Off
1
Press
on the control panel or remote control. The power LED indicator on
the TV changes from red to green, indicating that the TV is on.
2
Press
again. The power LED changes from green to red, indicating that
the TV is off.
2.3.2
Switching Source Signals
Press INPUT on the control panel or remote control to select the incoming source
signal to set TV source for channel search. Press OK to confirm.
2.3.3
Performing an Automatic Channel Search
Before using the TV to view programs, you need to activate the channel search first.
1 Press MENU on the control panel or remote control, then select to enter the
Channel menu.
2
Select Antenna to set the signal source. (Air or Cable, default is Air)
3
Select Auto scan, then Start option.
4
Press OK on the remote control to run the channel search.
2.3.4
Selecting Channels
•
Press CHS on the control panel or
channel number.
•
Press CHT on the control panel or CH on the remote control to decrease the
channel number.
Enter the specific channel number by pressing the number buttons on the
remote control.
•
2.3.5
CH
on the remote control to increase the
Adjusting the Volume
1
Press VOL+ on the control panel or
volume.
2
Press VOL- on the control panel or
the volume.
VOL
VOL
on the remote control to increase the
on the remote control to decrease
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3
Press
MUTE
to eliminate sounds, and press
MUTE
again or press the volume
buttons to restore the original volume.
2.3.6
Editing Channel Table or Favorite Channel
1
Press MENU on the control panel or remote control, then select to enter the
Channel menu.
2
Select Channel List.
3
If you want to add or remove channel from channel table, please select the
channel and press OK to mark "S" column. If you want to add or remove
favorite channel, please select the channel and press OK to mark "F"
column.
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Adjusting On-Screen Display (OSD)
Settings
The On-Screen Display (OSD) menu system provides a quick and simple method to
adjust the TV settings. The OSD menu can be accessed through the buttons either
on the control panel or the remote control.
Before going to details of each OSD item, you may get acquainted with the
placement of the OSD system:
CURRENT MENU:
ADJUSTABLE ITEMS:
Displays the title of the
currently chosen menu.
Displays the settings/ values of the
adjustable items.
MAIN MENU:
Displays a list of
menu items. The
chosen item is
marked by a
different color
than other menu
items.
Picture Mode
Picture
Brightness
Audio
Contrast
Sharpness
Channel
Color
Tint
V-CHIP
Digital NR
X-Contrast
Setup
Aspect Ratio
Next Page
INSTRUCTIONS:
Move
OK
Enter
Return
Return
Menu
Exit
Quick instructions
for adjusting the
settings.
Function
TV Control Panel
Remote Control
OSD Menu
MENU
MENU
Up
CH S
Arrow
Down
CH T
Arrow
Increase
VOL +
Arrow
Decrease
VOL -
Arrow
Select
INPUT/ VOL+
OK/ Arrow
Return
MENU/ VOL-
RETURN/ Arrow
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3.1
OSD Setting Menus
Follow the instructions indicated on the bottom of the OSD Function Menu. Press
/ CH on the control panel or
/
arrow keys on the remote control to scroll
CH
through the menus. press INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel or OK key on the
remote control to select an item and then press MENU/ VOL- key to exit the OSD
menu. The following menus can be set by different adjustment methods.
3.2
1
2
3
Adjusting Picture Settings
Press MENU to enter the OSD Main Menu
screen.
Press
/
on the remote control or
CHS / CHT on the control panel to select
Picture menu.
Press / OK on the remote control or
INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to
enter the Picture menu.
Picture Mode
Picture
Brightness
Audio
Contrast
Sharpness
Channel
Color
Tint
V-CHIP
Digital NR
X-Contrast
Setup
Aspect Ratio
Next Page
Move
OK
Enter
Return
Return
Menu
Exit
4
Press
an item.
5
Press / OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to enter
the item.
Press
/
on the remote control or VOL+/ VOL- on the control panel, to change
the scales or press OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel
to mark an item.
6
7
8
9
/
on the remote control or CHS / CHT on the control panel to select
Press RETURN to return to the Picture menu.
Press MENU/ VOL- to exit the Picture menu.
The Picture menu can be used to adjust the Picture mode, Brightness, Contrast,
Sharpness, Color, Tint, Digital NR, X-Contrast, Aspect Ratio, Color Temp and
Recall settings. Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness, Color, and Tint are only
available for adjustments if you select User in Picture Mode. Press
/
on the
remote control or VOL+/ VOL- on the control panel to adjust these settings.
• The Picture Mode can be set to Vivid, Standard , Movie, or User.
• The Digital NR can be set to Off, Weak, Medium, or Strong.
• The X-Contrast can be set to Off or On.
• The Aspect Ratio can be set to Full, Normal, Zoom, Subtitle, Auto, Zoom-1.
• The Color Temp can be set to Warm, Standard, or Cool.
• The Recall can be used to reset the original factory settings.
Note:
The items available on the OSD may vary depending on the input signal source.
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2
3
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3.3
Adjusting Audio Settings
Press MENU to enter the OSD Main
Menu screen.
Press
/
on the remote control or
CHS / CHT on the control panel to select
Audio menu.
Audio Mode
Picture
Equalizer
Audio
Balance
MTS
Channel
Auto Volume
Recall
V-CHIP
Setup
Press
/ OK on the remote control or
INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to
enter the Audio menu.
Move
OK
Enter
Return
Return
Menu
Exit
4
Press
an item.
5
Press
/ OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to enter
the item.
6
Press
/
on the remote control or VOL+ / VOL- on the control panel to change
the scales or press OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel
to mark an item.
7
8
9
Press RETURN to return to the Audio menu.
/
on the remote control or CHS / CHT on the control panel to select
Press MENU/ VOL- to exit the Audio menu.
The Audio menu can be used to adjust the Audio Mode, Equalizer, Balance, MTS
(ATV only), Auto Volume (ATV only), and Recall settings. Equalizer is available
for adjustment only if you select User in Audio Mode.
•The Audio Mode can be set to Dynamic, Standard, Soft, or User.
•Press
/
on the remote control or VOL+/ VOL- on the control panel to adjust
the scales in Equalizer and Balance.
•The MTS can be set to Stereo, Mono, or SAP.
•The Auto Volume can be set to Off or On.
•The Recall can be used to reset the original factory settings.
Note:
The items available on the OSD may vary depending on the input signal source.
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3.4
1
2
3
Adjusting Channel Settings
Press MENU to enter the OSD Main Menu
screen.
Press
/
on the remote control or
CHS / CHT on the control panel to select
Channel menu.
Antenna
Picture
Scan Mode
Audio
Auto Scan
Channel List
Channel
V-CHIP
Setup
Press
/ OK on the remote control or
INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to enter
the Channel menu.
Move
OK
Enter
Return
Return
Menu
Exit
4
Press
item.
5
Press
/ OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to enter
the item.
6
Press
/
on the remote control or VOL+ / VOL- on the control panel to change
the scales or press OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to
mark an item.
7
8
9
Press RETURN to return to the Channel menu.
/
on the remote control or CHS / CHT on the control panel to select an
Press MENU/ VOL- to exit the Channel menu.
The Channel menu can be used to perform a channel search and edit channel list
(see “Performing an Automatic Channel Search” on page 27 and “Editing Channel
Table or Favorite Channel” on page 28).
•The Antenna can be set to Air or Cable.
•The Scan Mode can be set to Auto, Analog, or Digital.
•The Auto Scan can be set to Auto, Standard, HRC, or IRC.
Note:
The Channel settings are available when the signal is set to TV source.
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3.5
Adjusting V-CHIP Settings
Press MENU to enter the OSD Main
Menu screen.
Press
/
on the remote control or
CHS / CHT on the control panel to
select V-CHIP menu.
Enter Password
Picture
Change Password
Audio
Lock
Unrated Block
Channel
MPAA
TV Rating
V-CHIP
Can. English
Can. French
Setup
Press
/ OK on the remote control or
INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to
enter the V-CHIP menu.
Move
OK
Enter
Return
Return
Menu
Exit
4
Enter the password to activate the menu of V-CHIP.
5
Press
an item.
6
Press
/ OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to enter
the item.
7
Press OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to mark an
item.
/
on the remote control or CHS / CHT on the control panel to select
8 Press RETURN to return to the V-CHIP menu.
9 Press MENU/ VOL- to exit the V-CHIP menu.
10 The V-CHIP menu can set Change Password, Lock, Unrated Block, MPAA , TV
Rating, Can. English, and Can. French settings.
Note:
Super Password
Step 1: Input password "7071" (But OSD will display "Error !".)
Step 2: Input password "8512". Then OSD will display "Correct !" and V-CHIP is
unlocked.
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3.6
1
2
3
Adjusting Setup Settings
Press MENU to enter the OSD Main
Menu screen.
Press
/
on the remote control or
CHS / CHT on the control panel to select
Setup menu.
Press
/ OK on the remote control or
INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to
enter the Setup menu.
Setup Wizard
Picture
OSD Language
Audio
OSD Time
Clock Mode
Channel
Clock Set
Time Zone
V-CHIP
Sleep Time
Back Light
Setup
CC Mode
Next Page
Move
OK
Enter
Return
Return
Menu
Exit
4
Press
an item.
5
Press
/ OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel to enter
the item.
6
Press
/
on the remote control or VOL+ / VOL- on the control panel to change
the scales or press OK on the remote control or INPUT/ VOL+ on the control panel
to mark an item.
7
8
Press RETURN to return to the Setup menu.
9
The Setup menu can be used to adjust the Setup Wizard, OSD Language, OSD
TIme, Clock Mode, Clock Set, Time Zone, Sleep Time, Back Light, CC Mode,
Analog CC, and CC Style settings. Clock Set is only available for adjustments when
Clock Mode is set to Manual; Clock Mode can be set to Auto or Manual.
/
on the remote control or CHS / CHT on the control panel to select
Press MENU/ VOL- to exit the Setup menu.
• Setup Wizard can be used to set up OSD Language, Clock Mode, Time Zone, TV
RF Source, and channel scan.
• The five available OSD languages are: English, Spanish, French, Traditional
Chinese, and Simplified Chinese.
• OSD Time can be set to 10 secs, 20 secs, 30 secs, and 60 secs.
• The Time Zone can be set to Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific, Alaska, and
Hawaii.
• The Sleep Time can be set to Sleep Off, 15 mins, 30 mins, 45 mins, 60 mins, 90
mins, and 120 mins.
• Press
/
on the remote control to move the scale in the Back Light settings.
• To change settings in CC Mode, Analog CC, Digital CC, and CC Style, press
/
on the remote control to select the items and press
/ OK to activate the
item.
• Hannspree light can be set to Low, Medium, High and Off.
Note:
The items available on the OSD may vary depending on the input signal source.
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Troubleshooting
Situation
English
4
Solution
•
•
Connect the power cord properly.
Check if the power LED is on or not.
•
•
•
•
Press
on the control panel or remote control.
press INPUT to cycle through connected video sources.
Press channel up or channel down to switch to other TV
channels.
Make sure all cables are connected properly.
No picture, or poor picture,
sound is OK.
•
•
Check the antenna and cable connections.
Adjust the brightness in the OSD menus.
Picture is not in color.
•
Adjust the saturation in the OSD menus.
Picture is OK, no sound.
•
•
•
•
Make sure the source device is functioning properly.
Make sure the audio cable is connected securely.
Turn the mute off.
Press volume up on the control panel or remote control.
One of the speakers has no
sound.
•
Adjust the balance in the OSD Audio menu.
Cannot receive some TV
channels using cable TV.
•
Try the Auto Scan function in the OSD Channel menu.
Want to reset TV settings.
•
Use the Setup Wizard function in the OSD Setup menu.
•
If OSD items are colored in gray, the system is in a state
such that those settings are not available.
No picture and sound.
Cannot operate menus.
Screen image turns over.
•
Make sure the video signal cable is connected properly.
•
Adjust the location of the antenna, placing it far from
roads or sources of interference.
Check the antenna and the video signal line connections.
Snow appears on the screen.
•
Blurred or overlapped
images.
•
•
•
Adjust the sharpness setting.
Choose programs with high quality signals.
Adjust the direction of the antenna or change the video
signal cable.
Remote control doesn’t work.
•
•
•
•
Make sure the battery is inserted correctly.
Replace the battery with a new one.
Make sure the TV power cord is plugged in securely.
Make sure the path between the remote control and the
sensor is clear.
Try operating the remote control at a closer distance to
the TV.
•
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Specifications
LCD Panel Size
25 inch TFT
Screen Format
16:9
Panel Resolution
1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
TV System
ATV: NTSC
DTV: ATSC
HDMI Input x 2
YPbPr Input x 1
Video System
S-Video Input x1
Composite Input x 1
VGA (PC) Input x 1
Tuner Input x 1
AV/S-Video: (RCA x 1) R/L in
HDTV: (RCAx1) R/L in
HDMI: HDMI1/HDMI2
Audio System
PC Audio in: Phone jack (Green)
Audio out: Earphone jack (Pink)
Analog: MTS
Digital: AC3
EQ
Built-in Stereo
Amplifier Output
10W+10W
ACInput
100V~240V / 50Hz~60Hz
Power Consumption
50W (Typical)
Standby Power
Consumption (W)
< 1 (W)
AC Power Supply
(Vac)
100~240
Dimension W x H x D
605.2mm x 442.5mm x 156mm
Weight
G.W. 9.25 Kg
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PC Mode Support Timing
Mode
Resolution
(active dot)
Horizontal
Frequency
(KHz)
Vertical
Frequency
(Hz)
Nominal
Pixel
Clock
(MHz)
VGA
DVI
to
HDMI
VGA
[email protected]
31.469
59.941
25.175
V
V
SVGA
[email protected]
37.879
60.317
40.000
V
V
XGA
[email protected]
48.363
60.004
65.000
V
V
SXGA
[email protected]
63.981
60.020
108.000
V
V
WXGA+
[email protected]
55.935
59.887
106.500
V
V
WSXGA+
[email protected]
65.290
59.954
146.250
V
V
VESA
[email protected]
67.500
60.000
148.500
V
V
Video Mode Support Timing
Resolution
(active dot)
[email protected]
HDMI
YPbPr
V
[email protected]
V
[email protected]
V
V
[email protected]
V
V
[email protected]
V
V
[email protected]
V
V
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6.1
Appendix: Remote Control Guide
Introduction
The electronic equipment type switch buttons are used for switching the current
electronic equipment type on the remote control.
The remote control includes 4 electronic equipment types: DVD, AUDIO, CABLE and
TV.
The remote control keypad matrix includes 4 electronic equipment type switch
buttons (DVD, AUDIO, CABLE and TV). If switching the current electronic equipment
is desired, just press the button of the electronic equipment type you wish to switch
to, e.g., press the TV button for TV; the corresponding indicator light will come on for
2 seconds then it goes off, and now the current electronic equipment mode has been
switched to TV.
6.1.2
Setting Program Codes
Electronic equipment code setting mode is used for setting electronic equipment
codes for various types of electronic equipment. Electronic equipment codes are 4
digits. Electronic equipment codes can be looked up in the electronic equipment
code list of the appendix.
Electronic equipment code setting mode has the following operating procedures:
1. Select a 4-digit code from the list (start from the first code if more than one).
2. Select the desired corresponding mode of electronic equipment type; for example,
DVD players.
3. Press DVD button. The indicator light will come on for 2 seconds then it goes off;
after 3 seconds, the indicator light will come on again, showing that the setting mode
has been entered.
4. Hold the electronic equipment button, while pressing digit keys corresponding to
the electronic equipment code in sequence. The indicator light will flash once each
time when a digit was inputted, and if the indicator light does not come on again after
going off, the input code is valid; if the indicator light comes on again after going off
for 2 seconds, the code setting is failed, and users will be prompted to input other
electronic equipment codes.
5. During the setting process, releasing the electronic equipment button exits the
setting mode immediately without changing the status prior to setting.
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6.1.3
Searching Codes
If the desired electronic equipment code for setting can not be found on the list in the
appendix, try to use the code-searching function with operating procedures as
follows:
1. Press the corresponding electronic equipment button. The indicator light will come
on for 2 seconds then it goes off; after 3 seconds, the indicator light will come on
again, showing that the setting mode has been entered.
2. Hold the electronic equipment button while pressing POWER, then input mode
codes 9-9-9 in sequence. If the indicator light does not come on again after going off,
the code setting is valid; otherwise the indicator light comes on again after going off
for 2 seconds, prompting user to re-enter mode codes.
3. If setting is successful, the electronic equipment code-searching state is entered
upon releasing the electronic equipment button. The POWER signal of all
manufacturers’ codes under the current electronic equipment mode is then
transmitted automatically every 5 seconds.
4. During search, the indicator light will flash when the POWER signal of each
electronic equipment is transmitted. When one cycle of code-searching is complete,
the indicator light will come on for 2 seconds before going off, exiting search mode
automatically.
5. Pressing CH+/CH- during search transmits the next/previous electronic equipment
POWER signal without waiting for 5 seconds, and resets the timer to trigger another
5 seconds interval.
6. Pressing POWER during search exits search mode without saving the new
electronic equipment code; pressing OK during search saves the most recently
searched electronic equipment code and then exits search mode.
7. Buttons other than POWER, OK, and CH+/CH- are not functional during search.
6.1.4
Setting Volume Lock
Operating procedures are as follows:
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6. During the setting process, only digit keys ‘0’ through ‘9’ are valid inputs, while
other buttons are deemed invalid and do not affect the code setting. For example,
inputting “02” then pressing RETURN does affect the “02” already input.
English
1. Press the corresponding electronic equipment button. The indicator light will come
on for 2 seconds then it goes off; after 3 seconds, the indicator light will come on
again, showing that the setting mode has been entered.
2. While holding the electronic equipment button, press VOL+ twice consecutively to
assign volume lock to that electronic equipment (meaning the volume buttons will
only transmit code values to the assigned electronic equipment even under other
electronic equipment modes). The indicator light then goes off and setting mode is
exited.
3. While holding the electronic equipment button, press VOL- twice consecutively to
cancel volume lock under current mode (for example, if volume lock was set under
TV mode and you wish to transmit code values under current DVD mode, just
perform this unlock operation, while those electronic equipment modes not operated
still have volume locked up). The indicator light then goes off and setting mode is
exited.
4. During the setting process, releasing the electronic equipment button exits the
setting mode immediately without changing the status prior to setting.
5. Buttons other than VOL+/VOL- are not functional during search. Volume buttons
include VOL+, VOL- and MUTE.
6.1.5
Setting Channel Lock
Operating procedures are as follows:
1. Press the corresponding electronic equipment button. The indicator light will come
on for 2 seconds then it goes off; after 3 seconds, the indicator light will come on
again, showing that the setting mode has been entered.
2. While holding the electronic equipment button, press CH+ twice consecutively to
assign channel lock to that electronic equipment (meaning the channel buttons will
only transmit code values to the assigned electronic equipment even under other
electronic equipment modes). The indicator light then goes off and setting mode is
exited.
3. While holding the electronic equipment button, press CH- twice consecutively to
cancel channel lock under current mode (for example, if channel lock was set under
TV mode and you wish to transmit code values under current CABLE mode, just
perform this unlock operation, while those electronic equipment modes not so
operated still have channel locked up). The indicator light then goes off and setting
mode is exited.
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5. Buttons other than CH+/CH- are not functional during search. Channel buttons
include CH+ and CH-.
6.1.6
Factory Setting Mode
Factory setting operation procedures are as follows:
1. Press the corresponding electronic equipment button. The indicator light will come
on for 2 seconds then it goes off; after 3 seconds, the indicator light will come on
again, showing setting mode has been entered.
2. While holding the electronic equipment button, first press < (left arrow), then press
OK. The indicator then goes off and setting mode is exited, showing factory setting
has been restored.
3. During the setting process, releasing the electronic equipment button exits the
setting mode immediately without changing the status prior to setting.
4. Pressing any of the electronic equipment buttons to enter factory setting operation
mode.
5. The default current electronic equipment is TV upon first power-on.
Electronic
equipment
Code
Note
TV
1001
Provided by
manufacturer
CABLE
--
Transmit TV code
AUDIO
--
Transmit TV code
DVD
--
Transmit TV code
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4. During the setting process, releasing the electronic equipment button exits the
setting mode immediately without changing the status prior to setting.
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6. Default volume lock setting:
Electronic
equipment
VOL+, VOL- and Mute
Note
TV
Transmit TV code
Provided by
manufacturer
CABLE
Transmit CABLE code
Unlocked
AUDIO
Transmit AUDIO code
Unlocked
DVD
Transmit DVD code
Unlocked
7. Default channel lock setting:
Electronic
equipment
CH+ and CH-
Note
TV
Transmit TV code
Provided by
manufacturer
CABLE
Transmit CABLE code
Unlocked
AUDIO
Transmit AUDIO code
Unlocked
DVD
Transmit DVD code
Unlocked
Note:
Each re-powering restores factory setting, and all electronic equipment modes
transmit TV-mode infrared (IR) signal until being set up through code setting.
For example, setting the electronic equipment code of CABLE as ‘0001’ stops
transmitting TV code, whereas AUDIO and DVD continue to transmit TV code.
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Description
There is no multi-function code setting operation under TV mode but a fixed code for
the TV manufacturer. Therefore, code setting and code-searching functions are
disabled under this mode; other functions such as volume lock, channel lock and
code display are operable.
6.2
6.2.1
Other Descriptions
Double Clicking
At any time, only when a single button is pressed, the corresponding code is just
output. Two or more buttons simultaneously pressed do not output any code.
6.2.2
Buttons Information
Except TV equipment, all the buttons on remote controls corresponding to other
electronic equipments (AUDIO, CABLE, and DVD) are not necessarily functional, but
most of those remote controls only include power control, channel control, volume
control, etc.
6.2.3
Power-out Protection Capability
During battery replacement, all settings are only maintained by external capacitors.
Data therefore may be lost after power-out, and factory setting will be restored.
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6.1.7
6.3
Component Program Codes
English
Setup Code for VCR’s
ABC
2102
Setup Code for VCR’s
Setup Code for VCR’s
Craig
2005, 2011,
2024, 2015
GoldStar
2005,
2022,
2006, 2023
Curtis Mathes
2913, 2004,
2020
HaoJie
2024
Harman/
Kardon
2016, 2006
Harwood
2015
Hewiett
Packard
2102
HI-Q
2011
Hitachi
2005, 2008
Admiral
2012, 2022
Aiko
2025
Aiwa
2005, 2027
Cybernex
2024
2102
CyberPower
2102
Daewoo
2010, 2017,
2025
Dell
2102
Denon
2008
Direc TV
2059
Durabrand
2007, 2006
Howard
Computers
2102
Electrohome
2005
HP
2102
Electrophonic
2005
2008, 2059
Emerex
2002
Hughes
Network
Systems
iBUYPOWER
2102
Emerson
2004, 2005,
2021, 2024,
2010, 2018,
2009, 2022,
2001, 2025,
2027
JVC
2010, 2014
KEC
2005, 2025
Kenwood
2014, 2006
KLH
2015
Kodak
2004, 2005
Kolin
2009
LG
2005,
2010,
2008,
2022, 2006
Logik
2015
LXI
2005
Magnavox
2004,
2007, 2016
Alienware
America
Action
American
High
Amoisonic
2025
2004
2027
Anam
2020, 2005,
2024, 2025
Anam
National
2020
Asha
2024
Audiovox
2005, 2025
Beaumark
2024
Bell &
Howell
2017
Broksonic
2021, 2018,
2022, 2001,
2027
Calix
Cannon
Carver
Fisher
2011, 2017
Fuji
2004, 2003
Fujitsu
2010
Gateway
2102
GE
2013, 2004,
2024
2005
2004
2016
CCE
2015, 2025
Changhong
2012, 2016
General
2010
Citizen
2005, 2025
Go Video
2026
Colt
2015
42
Magnin
Marantz
2024
Setup Code for VCR’s
Olympus
2004, 2016
Optimus
Marta
2005
Matsushita
2004, 2020
Media Center
PC
2102
MEI
2004
Memorex
2004, 2020,
2005, 2012,
2007, 2011,
2024, 2017,
2022, 2027
Setup Code for VCR’s
2004
RCA
2013, 2004,
2024, 2008,
2077
Realistic
2004, 2005,
2012, 2011,
2017
Replay TV
2043
Runco
2007
2087, 2020,
2005, 2012,
2017, 2026
Orion
2021, 2022,
2001, 2027
Panasonic
2087, 2004,
2020, 2043,
2023
Sampo
2005, 2012
Penney
2004, 2005,
2024, 2008,
2006
Samsung
2024, 2010,
2026
Pentax
2008
Sanky
2012, 2007
Sansui
2014, 2022,
2027
Sanyo
2011, 2024,
2017
Scolt
2021, 2010,
2018, 2009
Sears
2004, 2005,
2011, 2008,
2017
MGA
2024, 2009
Philco
2004, 2027
MGN
Technology
2024
Philips
2004, 2016,
2059, 2044
Microsoft
2102
Pilot
2005
Mind
2102
Pioneer
2008, 2014
Minolta
2008
Polk Audio
2016
Mitsubishi
2014, 2009
Profitronic
2024
Motorola
2004, 2012
Proscan
2013
Sharp
2012, 2022
MTC
2024
Protec
2015
Shintom
2015
Multitech
2015
Puslar
2007
Shogun
2024
2004, 2005,
2012, 2017,
2014, 2006
Qisheng
2013
Singer
2015
NEC
Quasar
2004, 2020
Sonic Blue
2043
Newave
2005
Radix
2005
Sony
Nikko
2005
Randex
2005
2004, 2002,
2003, 2048,
2102
Noblex
2024
STS
2008
Northgate
2102
Sylvania
2004, 2016,
2009
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Setup Code for VCR’s
Setup Code for VCR’s
English
Tashiko
2005
Tatung
2010, 2014
Technics
2004, 2020
Teco
2004, 205,
2012, 2006
Teknika
2004, 2005
Tivo
2048,
2044,
2098, 2059
Setup Code for VCR’s
XR-1000
Yamaha
Setup Code for DVD’s
2004, 2015
2006
Setup Code for DVD’s
Go Video
2060, 2073,
2092, 2063,
2089, 2076,
2100
Greenhill
2058
Harman/
Kardon
2041,2057
Aiwa
2049
Hitachi
2040, 2052
Akai
2062
Hiteker
2053
Allegro
2076
Initial
2058
Integra
2046
JBL
2057
JVC
2038, 2045,
2075
Kenwood
2028, 2035
TMK
2024
Apex
Digital
2053, 2058,
2067, 2086,
2066, 2084
Toshiba
2010,
2008,
2014,
2009,
2098,
2079, 2102
Blaupunkt
2058
Blue Parade
2039
Totevision
2005, 2024
Broksonic
2055
Touch
2102
Changhong
2046, 2086
KLH
2085, 2080,
2095
Unitech
2024
CineVision
2076
Koss
2051
Vector
2010
Coby
2090
Lasonic
2068
Curtis Mathes
2091
LG
CyberHome
2082, 2081,
2094, 2070,
2093
2042, 2076,
2069
Lite-ON
2096, 2085
2073, 2097,
2076
Loewe
2030
Daewoo
Magnavox
Denon
2028
2029, 2036,
2054
DVD2000
2031
Marantz
2036
Emerson
2042, 2054
Memorex
2055
Enterprise
2042
Microsoft
2032
Funai
2054
Mintek
2058
Gateway
2096, 2088
Mitsubishi
2099, 2031
GE
2032. 2058
Nesa
2058
Vector
Research
2006
Victor
2014
Video
Concepts
2010
Videomagic
2005
Vidosonic
2024
Wards
2013,
2004,
2012,
2011,
2016,
2024,
2008, 2015
White
Westinghouse
44
2022, 2015
Norcent
2078
Onkyo
Setup Code for DVD’s
Sony
2034,
20864, 2083
2029, 2046,
2064
SVA
2085
Oritron
2051
Sylvania
2054
Panasonic
2028, 2101
Symphonic
2054
Philips
2029, 2036,
2050
Teac
2058
Technics
2028
Pioneer
2033, 2039
2039
Polarold
2090, 2086
Theta
Digital
Polk Audio
2036
Toshiba
2029, 2055
Portland
2062
V, Inc.
2019
Proscan
2032
Qwestar
2051
RCA
2032, 2039,
2058, 2072
Rio
2076
Rotel
2045
Sampo
2061, 2056
Samsung
2028, 2040,
2089, 2071
Sansui
2055
Sanyo
2055
Sharp
2047, 2061
Sharper
Image
2093
Sherwood
2062
Shinco
2058
Shinsonic
2034
Sonic Blue
2076, 2092
Setup Code for Cable
English
Setup Code for DVD’s
Digi
0024
Diector
0019
Dumont
0024
Gehua
0019
General
Instrument
0019, 0033,
0015, 0002,
0006
GoldStar
0010
Hamlin
0004, 0014
Hitachi
0006
Jerrold
0019, 0033,
0015, 0002,
0005, 0006
KNC
0003
Urban
Concepts
2029
Xbox
2032
LG
0010
Yamaha
2028, 2036,
2037
Memorex
0001
Zenith
2029, 2042,
2076
Motorola
0019, 0033,
0015, 0046,
0050
MultiVision
0005
Pace
0059, 0012
Panasonic
0001, 0003,
0008
Panther
0024
Paragon
0001
Philips
0017, 0049
Pioneer
0059, 0037,
0010, 0022
Pulsar
0001
Quasar
0001
RadioShack
0038
Setup Code for Cable
ABC
0002, 0003,
0006
Americast
0039
Bell &
Howell
0006
Bell South
0039
Clearmaster
0038
ClearMax
0038
Coolmax
0038
Daeryung
0059, 0037,
0020, 0003
45
Setup Code for Cable
English
Regal
0016, 0014
Runco
0001
Samsung
0001, 0010
Scientific
Atlanta
0059, 0037,
0020, 0003
Sony
0041
Starcom
0002, 0006
Supercable
0015
Supermax
Setup Code for Satellite
DirecTV
0018, 0023,
0025, 0044,
0013, 0029,
0057, 0028,
0034, 0058,
0060, 0043,
0007, 0051,
0056, 0053,
0052, 0042
Dish
Network
System
0040, 0031,
0054
Dishpro
0040, 0031,
0054
0038
Setup Code for Satellite
Panasonic
0013, 0026
Paysat
0028
Philips
0044, 0029,
0057, 0028,
0060, 0027,
0007, 0053
Proscan
0018, 0023
Proton
0055
RadioShack
0036
RCA
0018, 0023,
0035, 0009,
0051
Tocom
0005
Echostar
0040, 0031,
0054
Torx
0002
Expressvu
0031
Samsung
0047, 0043,
0042
Toshiba
0001
GE
0023
Sony
0025, 0056
Trans PX
0015
0036
Star Choice
0036
Tristar
0038
General
Instrument
0031
0044, 0053
0002
GOL
Tivo
TS
V2
0038
Hisense
0055
Toshiba
0029, 0057,
0032, 0048
Viewmaster
0038
Hitachi
0034
Ultimate TV
0056, 0051
HTS
0031
Uniden
0028, 0027
Hughes
Network
Systems
0044, 0029,
0057, 0053
US Digital
0055
USDTV
0055
I-Lo
0055
Voom
0036
JVC
0031
Zenith
0058
LG
0052, 0045
Magnavox
0028, 0027
Memorex
0028
Mitsubishi
0029
Aiwa
3019
Motorola
0036
Burmester
3027
Next Level
0036
California
Audio Labs
3004
Vision
0038
Vortex View
0038
Zenith
0001, 0021,
0039
Setup Code for Satellite
AlphaStar
0030
Chaparral
0011
Crossdigital
0043
46
Setup Code for CD
Setup Code for CD
Setup Code for CD
Carver
3019, 3022
Panasonic
3004
Yamaha
3006
Dkk
3001
Parasound
3027
Zonda
3019
DMX
Electronics
3019
Philips
3030, 3019
Pioneer
3038, 3005
Dynamic
Bass
3022
Polk Audio
3019
Fisher
3022
Proton
3019
Garrard
3027
QED
3019
Genexxa
3005
Quad
3004
Harman/
Kardon
3019, 3020
RCA
3038, 3005,
3027, 3022,
3008
Hitachi
3005
Realistic
3027, 3022
Rotel
3019, 3027
SAE
3019
Sansui
3019
Sanyo
3022
SAST
3049
Sharp
3007
Silsonic
3006
Sonic
Frontiers
3019
3028, 3001,
3012
Integra
JVC
Kenwood
Krell
Linn
Magnavox
3013
3009
3030, 3003,
3007, 3006,
3023
3019
3019
3019
Marantz
3030, 3004,
3019
MCS
3004
Miro
3001
Sony
Mission
3019
TAG
Mclaren
3019
MTC
3027
Tascam
NSM
3019
Onkyo
3013
Optimus
3001, 3005,
3007, 3027,
3022
English
Setup Code for CD
Setup Code for Audio
Amp’s
Bose
3033
GE
3011
JVC
3059
NEC
3024
Optimus
3026
Realistic
3026
Shure
3024
Sony
3034
Soundesign
3011
Victor
3059
Wards
3011
Yamaha
3025, 3016
Setup Code for Audio
Amp / Tuner’s
ADC
3029
Aiwa
3052, 3015
3027
Anam
3057, 3039
Teac
3027
Audiotronic
3042
Technics
3004
Bose
3043
Victor
3009
Capetronic
3027
Wards
3019, 3008
47
English
Setup Code for Audio
Amp / Tuner’s
Setup Code for Audio
Amp / Tuner’s
Carver
3042
Teac
3049
Denon
3051, 3040
Technics
3043, 3055
Fonmix
3051
Thorens
3042
Harman/
Kardon
3014
Victor
3010
Wards
3002
Hitachi
3047
Integra
3017
Yamaha
3021, 3048,
3041
JBL
3014
JVC
3010
Kenwood
3050, 3056
KLH
3053
Magnavox
3042, 3046,
3029
Marantz
3042, 3046
Onkyo
3035, 3017
Optimus
3036, 3018,
3002, 3031,
3029
Proscan
3044
Qisheng
3057
RCA
3036, 3057,
3044, 3029,
3039
Silsonic
3021
Sony
3037, 3054,
3045, 3058
Soundesign
3032
Stereophonics
2025
Sunfire
3050
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Setting the TV on the Wall
VHF / UHF
SERVICE
Dissembling the stand base:
1 Disconnect all the cables and cords from the TV to prevent breakage.
2 Carefully place the TV face down on a soft and flat surface (blanket, foam, cloth,
etc) to prevent any damage to the TV.
3 Squeeze the sides to release the retaining plastic tabs and pull the stand cover
off.
4 Remove the six (6) screws so that the stand base can be removed.
5 Gently remove the stand base.
( For reference only )
2
3
4
Purchase a VESA compatible wall bracket:
VESA 100 X 200, 6 holes, M4, 8mm, 20 kg.
Locate your ideal TV position on the wall.
Fix the wall bracket firmly on the wall.
Secure the TV to the bracket using the 6
mount holes on the back and center of the TV.
Note:
•
•
•
•
VHF / UHF
1
SERVICE
Wall mounting the TV:
Please read the instructions of your specific wall bracket to properly wall mount
the TV.
The pitch of the mounting holes is 100mm horizontally and 100mm vertically.
The screws type required is metric: M4, 8 mm length.
The 25" TV stand base can be screwed on a table or a hard surface using the
hole on the back of the stand base.
*Installing the LCD TV requires special skill that should only be performed by qualified service
personnel. Customers should not attempt to do the work themselves. Hannspree bears no
responsibility for improper mounting or mounting that results in accident or injury. You can ask
a qualified service personnel about using an optional bracket to mount the TV to the wall.
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English
7
8
English
Using the Cable Organizer
Organzie your cables by routing the cables through the cable clamp.
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