Panasonic TXP55VT30E, TXP65VT30E Quick start guide

Panasonic TXP55VT30E, TXP65VT30E Quick start guide

Model No.

TX-P55VT30E

TX-P65VT30E

Operating Instructions

Plasma Television

For more detailed instructions, refer to the Operating

Instructions on the CD-ROM.

To view the Operating Instructions on the CD-ROM, you need a computer equipped with a CD-ROM drive, and

Adobe® Reader® (Version 8.0 or later is recommended) installed on your computer.

Depending on the operating system or settings on your computer, the Operating Instructions may not start automatically.

In this case, open the PDF file under the “MANUAL” folder manually to view the instructions.

Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.

Please read these instructions carefully before operating this product and retain them for future reference.

The images shown in this manual are for illustrative purposes only.

Please refer to Pan European Guarantee Card if you need to contact your local

Panasonic dealer for assistance.

English

Contents

Be Sure to Read

Safety Precautions······················································2

Maintenance ································································3

Quick Start Guide

Accessories ···································································3

Identifying Controls ···················································6

Basic Connection ························································8

Auto Setup ··································································10

Using “VIERA Connect” ···········································14

How to Use VIERA TOOLS ······································14

Viewing 3D images ··················································15

How to Use Menu Functions ································21

Specifications ·····························································28

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2

Safety Precautions

Warning

Handling the mains plug and lead

Insert the mains plug fully into the socket outlet. (If the mains plug is loose, it could generate heat and cause fire.)

Ensure that the mains plug is easily accessible.

Ensure the earth pin on the mains plug is securely connected to prevent electrical shock.

• An apparatus with CLASS I construction shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earthing

• connection.

Do not touch the mains plug with a wet hand. (This may cause electrical shock.)

Do not damage the mains lead. (A damaged lead may cause fire or electrical shock.)

• Do not move the TV with the lead plugged in the socket outlet.

• Do not place a heavy object on the lead or place the lead near a high-temperature object.

• Do not twist the lead, bend it excessively, or stretch it.

• Do not pull on the lead. Hold onto the mains plug body when disconnecting lead.

• Do not use a damaged mains plug or socket outlet.

If you find any abnormality, remove the mains plug immediately!

AC 220-240 V

50 / 60 Hz

Power source

This TV is designed to operate on AC 220-240 V, 50 / 60 Hz.

Do not remove covers and NEVER modify the TV yourself

Do not remove the rear cover as live parts are accessible when it is removed. There are no user serviceable parts inside. (High-voltage components may cause serious electrical shock.)

Have the TV checked, adjusted, or repaired at your local

Panasonic dealer.

Do not expose to direct sunlight and other sources of heat

Avoid exposing the TV to direct sunlight and other sources of heat.

To prevent the spread of fire, keep candles or other open flames away from this product at all times

Do not expose to rain or excessive moisture

To prevent damage which might result in electric shock or fire, do not expose this TV to rain or excessive moisture.

This TV must not be exposed to dripping or splashing water and objects filled with liquid, such as vases, must not be placed on top of or above the TV.

Do not insert foreign objects into the TV

Do not allow any objects to drop into the TV through the air vents. (Fire or electrical shock may result.)

Do not place the TV on sloped or unstable surfaces, and ensure that the TV does not hang over the edge of the base

The TV may fall off or tip over.

Use only the dedicated pedestals / mounting equipment

Using an unapproved pedestal or other fixtures may make the TV unstable, risking injury. Be sure to ask your local

Panasonic dealer to perform setup.

Use approved pedestals (p. 4) / wall-hanging brackets.

Do not allow children to handle SD Card

As with any small object, SD Cards can be swallowed by young children. Please remove SD Card immediately after use and store out of reach of children.

Caution

When cleaning the TV, remove the mains plug

Cleaning an energized TV may cause electrical shock.

Do not block the rear air vents

Blocked ventilation by newspapers, table cloths, curtains, etc. may cause overheating, fire or electrical shock.

When the TV is not going to be used for a long period of time, remove the mains plug

This TV will still consume some power even in the Off mode, as long as the mains plug is still connected to a live socket outlet.

Transport only in upright position

Transporting the TV with its display panel facing upward or downward may cause damage to the internal circuitry.

Allow sufficient space around the TV for radiated heat

Minimum distance

10

When using the pedestal, keep the space between the bottom of

10 10 7

(cm) the TV and the surface where the TV is set.

In case of using

Wall-hanging bracket, follow the manual of it.

Do not expose your ears to excessive volume from the headphones

Irreversible damage can be caused.

Do not apply strong force or impact to the display panel

This may cause damage resulting in injury.

The TV is heavy. Handle the TV by 2 or more people. Support as shown to avoid injury by the TV tipping or falling.

Maintenance

First, remove the mains plug from the socket outlet.

Display panel, Cabinet, Pedestal

Regular care :

Gently wipe the surface of the display panel, cabinet, or pedestal by using a soft cloth to clean the dirt or fingerprints.

For stubborn dirt :

Dampen a soft cloth with clean water or diluted neutral detergent

(1 part detergent to 100 parts water). Then wring the cloth and wipe the surface. Finally, wipe away all the moisture.

Caution

Do not use a hard cloth or rub the surface too hard. This may cause scratches on the surface.

Take care not to subject the TV’s surfaces to water or detergent. A liquid inside the TV could lead to product failure.

Take care not to subject the surfaces to insect repellent, solvent, thinner or other volatile substances. This may degrade surface quality or cause peeling of the paint.

The surface of the display panel is specially treated and may be easily damaged. Take care not to tap or scratch the surface with your fingernail or other hard objects.

Do not allow the cabinet and pedestal to make contact with a rubber or PVC substance for a long time. This may degrade surface quality.

Mains plug

Wipe the mains plug with a dry cloth at regular intervals. Moisture and dust may lead to fire or electrical shock.

Accessories

Remote Control

N2QAYB000593

Batteries for the

Remote Control (2)

R6

(p. 6)

Pedestal

(p. 4)

(TX-P55VT30E) (TX-P65VT30E)

Operating Instructions

Pan European Guarantee Card

Ferrite core (2)

(Large size)

(p. 9)

Ferrite core

(Small size)

Use the Ferrite cores to comply with the EMC standard.

3

4

Wireless LAN Adaptor and exclusive stand

(p. 9)

3D Eyewear set (2)

(p. 16)

Clamper

(p. 8)

Terminal adaptors

Satellite adaptor

(p. 8)

RF adaptor

(p. 8, 9)

SCART adaptor

(p. 8, 9)

COMPONENT adaptor

Composite adaptor

Audio adaptor

Optical digital audio adaptor

Accessories may not be placed all together. Take care not to throw them away unintentionally.

This product contains possibly dangerous parts (such as plastic bags), that can be breathed in or swallowed by young children accidentally. Keep these parts out of reach of young children.

Wireless LAN Adaptor

Caution

Be aware of the following limits before using the supplied Wireless LAN Adaptor.

To use the Wireless LAN Adaptor, an access point needs to be obtained.

Do not use the Wireless LAN Adaptor to connect to any wireless network (SSID∗) for which you do not have usage rights.

Such networks may be listed as a result of searches. However, using them may be regarded as illegal access.

∗SSID is a name for identifying a particular wireless network for transmission.

Do not subject the Wireless LAN Adaptor to high temperatures, direct sunlight or moisture.

Do not bend, or subject the Wireless LAN Adaptor to strong impacts.

Do not disassemble or alter the Wireless LAN Adaptor in any way.

Do not attempt to install the Wireless LAN Adaptor in any incompatible device.

Do not remove the Wireless LAN Adaptor from the TV’s USB port during operations.

Data transmitted and received over radio waves may be intercepted and monitored.

To avoid malfunctions caused by radio wave interference, keep the TV away from the devices such as other wireless LAN devices, microwaves and the devices that use 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz signals when using the Wireless LAN Adaptor.

When noises occur due to the static electricity, etc., the TV might stop operating for the protection of the devices. In this case, turn the TV Off with Mains power On / Off switch, then turn it On again.

Depending on the area, this Wireless LAN Adaptor may not be available.

Additional information for Wireless LAN Adaptor and access point may be on the following web site. (English only)

http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/tv/

Attaching / removing the pedestal

Warning

Do not disassemble or modify the pedestal.

Otherwise the TV may fall over and become damaged, and personal injury may result.

Caution

Do not use any pedestal other than the one provided with this TV.

Otherwise the TV may fall over and become damaged, and personal injury may result.

Do not use the pedestal if it becomes warped or physically damaged.

If you use the pedestal while it is physically damaged, personal injury may result. Contact your nearest Panasonic dealer immediately.

During set-up, make sure that all screws are securely tightened.

If insufficient care is taken to ensure screws are properly tightened during assembly, the pedestal will not be strong enough to support the TV, and it might fall over and become damaged, and personal injury may result.

Ensure that the TV does not fall over.

If the TV is knocked or children climb onto the pedestal with the TV installed, the TV may fall over and personal injury may result.

Two or more people are required to install and remove the TV.

If two or more people are not present, the TV may be dropped, and personal injury may result.

When removing the pedestal from the TV, do not remove the pedestal by the methods other than the specified procedure. (p. 5)

Otherwise the TV and / or pedestal may fall over and become damaged, and personal injury may result.

TX-P55VT30E

A

Assembly screw (8)

M5 × 25

B

Pole (2)

L : TBL5ZA3107

R : TBL5ZA3108

C

Base

TBL5ZX0059

L R

TX-P65VT30E

D Assembly screw (6)

M5 × 30

F

Pole (2)

TBL5ZA3125

G Base

TBL5ZX0171

H Allen wrench

E

Assembly screw (4)

M6 × 25

1 Assembling the pedestal

Use the assembly screws

A

/

D

to fasten the poles

B

/

F

to the base

C

/

G

securely.

Make sure that the screws are securely tightened.

Forcing the assembly screws the wrong way will strip the threads.

(TX-P55VT30E)

“L” or “R” mark is stamped on the front of the pole.

A

2 Securing the TV

Use the assembly screws

A

/

E

to fasten securely.

Tighten the four assembly screws loosely at first, then tighten them firmly to fix securely.

Carry out the work on a horizontal and level surface.

A

/

E

Arrow mark

B -

L

C

Hole for pedestal installation

B

-

R

Front

(TX-P65VT30E)

Use the allen wrench

H

to tighten the screws.

D

H

F

C

/

G

(View from the bottom)

Front

F

G

Removing the pedestal from the TV

Be sure to remove the pedestal in the following way when using the wall-hanging bracket or repacking the TV.

1 Remove the assembly screws

A

/

E

from the TV.

2 Pull out the pedestal from the TV.

3 Remove the assembly screws

A

/

D

from the pole.

5

6

Identifying Controls

Remote Control

5

6

7

1

2

3

4

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

1 Standby On / Off switch

Switches TV On or Off standby

2 3D button

Switches to the viewing mode between 2D and 3D

3 [Main Menu]

Press to access Picture, Sound,

Timer and Setup Menus

4 Aspect

Changes aspect ratio

5

Light

Lights the buttons (numeric, sound mute, last view, volume, channel) for about 5 seconds

6 [VIERA Link Menu]

7 Information

Displays channel and programme information

8 OK

Confirms selections and choices

Press after selecting channel positions to quickly change channel

Displays the Channel List

9 [Option Menu]

Easy optional setting for viewing, sound, etc.

10 Teletext

Switches to teletext mode

11 Subtitles

Displays subtitles

12 Numeric buttons

Changes channel and teletext pages

Sets characters

When in Standby mode, switches

TV On (Press for about 1 second)

13 Sound Mute

Switches sound mute On or Off

14 Volume Up / Down

15 Input mode selection

TV - switches DVB-S / DVB-C /

DVB-T / Analogue mode

AV - switches to AV input mode from Input Selection list

16 Direct TV Recording

Records programme immediately in DVD Recorder / VCR with Q-Link or VIERA Link connection

17 TV Guide

18 [VIERA Connect]

Displays VIERA Connect home screen

19 VIERA TOOLS

Displays some special feature icons and accesses easily

20 Exit

Returns to the normal viewing screen

21 Cursor buttons

Makes selections and adjustments

22 Return

Returns to the previous menu

/ page

23 Coloured buttons

(red-green-yellow-blue)

Used for the selection, navigation and operation of various functions

24 Hold

Freeze / unfreeze picture

Holds the current teletext page

(teletext mode)

25 Index

Returns to the teletext index page

(teletext mode)

26 Last view

Switches to previously viewed channel or input mode

27 Channel Up / Down

28 Connected equipment operations

Installing / removing remote’s batteries

1

2

Hook

Note the correct polarity (+ or -)

Pull open

Close

Caution

Incorrect installation may cause battery leakage and corrosion, resulting in damage to the remote control.

Do not mix old and new batteries.

Do not mix different battery types (such as alkaline and manganese batteries).

Do not use rechargeable (Ni-Cd) batteries.

Do not burn or breakup batteries.

Batteries must not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.

Do not disassemble or modify the remote control.

TV

2

3

1

4

8

1 CI slot

2 SD Card slot

3 USB 3 port

4 HDMI1 - 4 terminal

12

5 Function select

[Volume] / [Contrast] / [Brightness] / [Colour] /

[Sharpness] / [Tint] (NTSC signal) / [Bass]∗ / [Treble]∗ /

[Balance] / [Auto Setup]

∗ [Music] or [Speech] mode in the Sound Menu

6

Channel Up / Down, Value change (when using the F button), Switching the TV On (press either button for about 1 second when in Standby mode)

5

6

7

9 10 11

7 Changes the input mode

8 Mains power On / Off switch

Use to switch the mains power.

If you turned the TV Off during Standby mode by the remote control last time, the TV will be in Standby mode when you turn the TV On with Mains power On

/ Off switch.

9 Remote control signal receiver

Do not place any objects between the TV remote control signal receiver and remote control.

10 C.A.T.S. (Contrast Automatic Tracking System) sensor

Senses brightness to adjust picture quality when [Eco

Mode] in the Picture Menu is set to [On]

 (p. 22)

11 Power and Timer LED

Red : Standby

Green : On

Orange : Timer Programming On

Orange (flash) :

Recording of Timer Programming, Direct TV

Recording or One Touch Recording in progress

Red with orange flash :

Standby with Timer Programming On, Direct TV

Recording or One Touch Recording

The LED blinks when the TV receives a command from the remote control.

12 Infrared transmitter for 3D Eyewear

Do not place any objects between the transmitter and 3D Eyewear.

Using the On Screen Displays

- Operation guide

Many features available on this TV can be accessed via the On Screen Display menu.

Operation guide

Operation guide will help you to operate by using the remote control.

Example : [Sound Menu]

1/2

Main Menu

Picture

Sound

Timer

Setup

Mode

Bass

Treble

Balance

Headphone Volume

Surround

Auto Gain Control

Volume Correction

Speaker Distance to Wall

Music

Off

Off

Over 30cm

0

0

11

0

0

How to use remote control

Open the main menu

Move the cursor / select the menu item / select from a range of options

Move the cursor / adjust levels / select from a range of options

Access the menu / store settings after adjustments have been made or options have been set

Change

Select

EXIT

RETURN

Selects the basic sound mode.

Page up

Page down

Return to the previous menu

Exit the menu system and return to the normal viewing screen

Operation guide

Auto power standby function

The TV will automatically go to Standby mode in the following conditions :

• no signal is received and no operation is performed for 30 minutes in Analogue TV mode

• [Off Timer] is active in the Timer Menu (p. 24)

• no operation is performed for the period selected in [Auto Standby] (p. 24)

This function does not affect the recording of Timer Programming, Direct TV Recording and One Touch Recording.

7

8

Basic Connection

External equipment and cables shown are not supplied with this TV.

Please ensure that the unit is disconnected from the mains socket before attaching or disconnecting any leads.

There are some restrictions on placement for viewing 3D images. For details  (p. 15, 20)

Example 1 Connecting dish or aerial

TV only

To ensure your satellite dish is correctly installed, please consult your local dealer.

Also please consult the received satellite broadcasting companies for details.

Rear of the TV

For digital satellite broadcasts

Satellite dish

Satellite cable

Satellite adaptor

(supplied)

For digital cable, digital terrestrial and analogue broadcasts

Terrestrial aerial

Cable

AC 220-240 V

50 / 60 Hz RF adaptor

(supplied)

RF cable

Mains lead

Clamper

(Standard accessory / Attached with the mains lead)

Attach the clamper Bundle the cables To remove from the TV : To loosen :

hole

snaps

Insert the clamper in a hole

Set the

Keep pushing tip in the both side

hooks hooks snaps

Do not bundle the Satellite cable, RF cable and mains lead together (could cause distorted image).

Fix cables with clampers as necessary.

When using the optional accessory, follow the option’s assembly manual to fix cables.

knob

Example 2 Connecting DVD Recorder / VCR and Player

TV, DVD Recorder / VCR and Player

Rear of the TV

Fully wired HDMI compliant cable

Keep pushing the knob

Player /

3D-compatible player

SCART adaptor

(supplied)

Fully wired SCART cable

AC 220-240 V

50 / 60 Hz

Terrestrial aerial

Cable

RF adaptor

(supplied)

RF cable

RF OUT

Mains lead

RF cable

RF IN

DVD Recorder or VCR

Example 3 Connecting DVD Recorder / VCR and Set top box

TV, DVD Recorder / VCR and Set top box

Rear of the TV

Fully wired HDMI compliant cable

Cable

Set top box

AC 220-240 V

50 / 60 Hz

Terrestrial aerial

RF adaptor

(supplied)

SCART adaptor

(supplied)

Fully wired

SCART cable

Fully wired

SCART cable

Mains lead

RF cable

RF OUT

RF cable

RF IN

Connecting to the network environment (Network connections)

DVD Recorder or VCR

To enable the network service functions (VIERA Connect, etc.), you need to connect the TV to a broadband network environment.

If you do not have any broadband network services, please consult your retailer for assistance.

Connect with LAN cable (Wired connection) or Wireless LAN Adaptor (Wireless connection).

Setup of the network connection will start after the tuning (when first using the TV)

 (p. 11 - 13)

Wireless connection

Rear of the TV

Internet environment

Less than

10 cm

Wireless LAN Adaptor and exclusive stand

(supplied)

Insert the Wireless LAN Adaptor to the stand straightly and completely.

Connect to the USB 1 or 2 port.

Wired connection

Ferrite core - Large size (supplied)

Installing the Ferrite core

LAN cable

Less than

10 cm

Internet environment

Pull back the tabs

(in two places)

Wind the cable twice

Access point

Press the cable through and close

Note

To watch 3D contents  (p. 15)

Connect to the TV’s AV1 for a DVD Recorder / VCR supporting Q-Link.

For HDMI-compatible equipment, possible to connect to HDMI terminals (HDMI1 / HDMI2 / HDMI3 / HDMI4) by using HDMI cable.

Please also read the manual of the equipment being connected.

Keep the TV away from electronic equipment (video equipment, etc.) or equipment with an infrared sensor. Otherwise, distortion of image / sound may occur or operation of other equipment may be interfered.

9

10

Auto Setup

Search and store TV channels automatically.

These steps are not necessary if the setup has been completed by your local dealer.

Please complete connections (p. 8, 9) and settings (if necessary) of the connected equipment before starting Auto Setup. For details of settings for the connected equipment, read the manual of the equipment.

1

Plug the TV into mains socket and switch On

Takes a few seconds to be displayed

If the red LED shows on the TV, press the Standby On / Off switch on the remote control for about 1 second.

2

Select the language

Menüsprache

Deutsch

English

Français

Italiano

Español

Português

Nederlands

Dansk

Svenska

Norsk

Suomi

Türkçe

Еλληνικά

Polski

čeština

Magyar

Slovenčina

Български

Română

Srpyski

Hrvatski

Slovenščina

Latviešu eesti keel

Lietuvių

select

set

3

Select your country

Country

Germany

Austria

France

Italy

Spain

Portugal

Switzerland

Malta

Andorra

Denmark

Sweden

Norway

Finland

Luxembourg

Belgium

Netherlands

Turkey

Greece

Poland

Czech

Hungary

Slovakia

Slovenia

Croatia

Estonia

Lithuania

Others

select

set

Depending on the country you select, select your Region or store the Child Lock-

PIN number (“0000” cannot be stored) by following the on screen instructions.

4

Select the mode you want to tune

select

TV Signal Selection

DVB-S

DVB-C

DVB-T

Analogue

Start Auto Setup

tune / skip tuning

: tune (search for the available channels)

: skip tuning

5

Select [Start Auto Setup]

select

TV Signal Selection

DVB-S

DVB-C

DVB-T

Analogue

Start Auto Setup

access

Auto Setup will start to search for TV channels and store them.

The stored channels and sorted channel order vary depending on the country, area, broadcasting system and conditions of signal reception.

Auto Setup screen varies depending on the country you select.

1

DVB-S Search Mode

Search Mode

Free Channels

All Channels

select mode

2

DVB-S Satellite Search

DVB-S Auto Setup

Satellite

Progress

This will take up to 40 minutes.

Satellite

Astra 19.2°E

Hot Bird 13°E

0%

Checking LNB2

100%

set Press EXIT to skip Satellite installation

Searching Satellite

5

3

[DVB-S Auto Setup]

DVB-S Auto Setup

Satellite

Progress

This will take about 30 minutes.

No.

Channel Name

1

2

3

CBBC Channel

BBC Radio Wales

E4

0%

Astra 19.2° E

Type

Free TV

Free TV

Free TV

Free TV: 3 Pay TV: 0

Searching

Radio: 0

100%

100

100

100

Quality

4

[DVB-C Network Settings]

Depending on the country you select, select your cable provider beforehand by following the on screen instructions.

DVB-C Network Settings

Frequency

Network ID

Auto

Auto

Start Auto Setup

select [Start Auto Setup]

5

[DVB-C Auto Setup]

DVB-C Auto Setup

Progress 0% 100%

access

Normally set [Frequency] and [Network ID] to [Auto].

If [Auto] is not displayed or if necessary, enter [Frequency] and [Network

ID] specified by your cable provider with numeric buttons.

6

[DVB-T Auto Setup]

DVB-T Auto Setup

Progress CH 5 69

This will take about 3 minutes.

No.

1

2

3

Channel Name

CBBC Channel

BBC Radio Wales

E4

Type

Free TV

Free TV

Free TV

100

Quality

100

100

This will take about 3 minutes.

CH

62

Channel Name

CBBC Channel

62

62

62

BBC Radio Wales

E4

Cartoon Nwk

Type

Free TV

Free TV

Free TV

Free TV

100

Quality

100

100

100

Free TV: 3 Pay TV: 0

Searching

7

[Analogue Auto Setup]

Analogue Auto Setup

Scan

This will take about 3 minutes.

CH

CH 29

CH 33 BBC1

Analogue: 2

CH 2

Channel Name

Searching

Radio: 0

78 CC 1 41

Free TV: 4 Pay TV: 0

Searching

Radio: 0

Depending on the country you select, the channel selection screen will be displayed after DVB-T Auto Setup if multiple channels have the same logical channel number. Select your preferred channel or exit the screen for automatic selections.

8

Preset Download

If Q-Link, VIERA Link or similar technology compatible recorder is connected, channel, language, country / region settings are automatically downloaded to the recorder.

Sending Preset Data

Please wait!

0% 100%

Remote control unavailable

If downloading has failed, you can download later through the Setup

Menu.

 [Download] (p. 25)

6

Setup the network connection

Setup the network connection to enable the network service functions such as VIERA Connect, etc. (p. 14).

To setup the wireless connection, use the Wireless LAN Adaptor (supplied).

 (p. 4)

Please note that this TV does not support wireless public access points.

Ensure the network connections (p. 9) and network environment are completed before starting setup.

Select the network type

Network Setup

Select Wired or Wireless

Wired Wireless Set later

[Wired]

 “Wired connection” (p. 9)

[Wireless]

 “Wireless connection” (p. 9)

select

To setup later on or skip this step

access

Select [Set later] or

[Wired]

1. Select [Auto]

Acquire IP Address

Auto

select

access

2. Go to the next step

7

Manual

Connection Test

Check network cable connection.

Check acquired IP address.

Check for devices using same IP address.

Check gateway connection.

Check server connection.

Automatically setup is done and the test of the network connection starts.

To set manually, select [Manual] and set each item.

: succeeded

The test is successful and the TV is connected to the network.

: failed

Check the settings and connections. And then select [Retry].

(Press twice)

11

12

6

[Wireless]

Select the connection type

Connection Type

Please select network connection type.

Search for access point

WPS(Push button)

select

access

[Search for access point]

Access points found automatically are listed.

1. Select your desired access point

1

2

Available Access Points

No.

SSID Wireless type

Access Point A

Access Point B

11n(2.4GHz)

11n(5GHz)

3 Access Point C 11n(5GHz)

Encrypt Reception

select

access

: Encrypted access point

To search access points again

(yellow)

For the information of the highlighted access point

To set manually

(red)

2. Access the encryption key input mode

Encryption Key Setting

Connection will be made with the following settings:-

SSID : Access Point A

Authentication type : WPA-PSK

Encryption type : TKIP

Please input the encryption key.

If the selected access point is not encrypted, the confirmation screen will be displayed. It is recommended to select the encrypted access point.

Encryption key

3. Enter the encryption key of the access point

Access Point Settings

Encryption key

Set characters

select

A B C D E F G H I

U V W X Y Z 0 1

J

2

K

3

L

4

M N

5 6

O

7

P

8

Q

9

R

!

S

:

T

# a b c d e f g h i u v w x y z ( ) j

+ k

.

* l m

_ n o p q r s t

set

You can set characters by using numeric buttons.

4. Select [Yes]

Access Point Settings

Encryption key is set to:-

XXXXXXXX

Select 'Yes' to confirm.

Select 'No' to change.

Yes No

select

Store

set

To re-enter the encryption key, select [No].

If the connection has failed, check the encryption key, settings and positions of your access point. And then, follow the on screen instructions.

5. After the access point setting is finished, perform the connection test

Connection Test

Check access point connection.

Check acquired IP address.

Check for devices using same IP address.

Check gateway connection.

Check server connection.

: succeeded

The test is successful and the TV is connected to the network.

: failed

Check the settings and connections. And then select

[Retry].

To set manually, select [Manual] and set each item.

6. Go to the next step

7

(Press twice)

6

[WPS(Push button)]

1. Press the WPS button on the access point until the light flashes

2. Connect the Wireless LAN Adaptor and the access point

WPS(Push button)

1) Please press the ‘WPS’ button on the access point until its light flashes.

2) When the light is flashing select ‘Connect’ on

TV.

If you are unsure, please check the instruction manual of the access point.

Connect

Ensure that your access point supports WPS for this setup.

WPS : Wi-Fi Protected Setup™

If the connection has failed, check the settings and positions of your access point. And then, follow the on screen instructions.

3. After the access point setting is finished, perform the connection test

Connection Test

Check access point connection.

Check acquired IP address.

Check for devices using same IP address.

Check gateway connection.

Check server connection.

4. Go to the next step

7

(Press twice)

: succeeded

The test is successful and the TV is connected to the network.

: failed

Check the settings and connections. And then select

[Retry].

To set manually, select [Manual] and set each item.

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Select [Home]

Select [Home] viewing environment to use in your home environment.

Please select your viewing environment.

Home Shop

select

set

[Shop] viewing environment (for shop display only)

[Shop] viewing environment is the demonstration mode to explain main features of this TV.

Select [Home] viewing environment to use in your home environment.

You can return to viewing environment selection screen at the stage of Shop confirmation screen and Automatic

Demo Off / On selection screen.

1

Return to viewing environment selection screen

2

Select [Home]

Shop

Please select your viewing environment.

Home Shop

select

set

You have selected shop mode

On

Automatic Demo

Off

To change viewing environment later on, you will need to initialise all settings by accessing Shipping Condition.

 [Shipping Condition] (p. 27)

Auto Setup is now complete and your TV is ready for viewing.

If tuning has failed, check the connection of the satellite cable, RF cable, and then, follow the on screen instructions.

To retune all channels

 [Auto Setup] (p. 25, 26)

To add the available TV mode later

 [Add TV Signal] (p. 25, 26)

To initialise all settings

 [Shipping Condition] (p. 27)

Do not display a still picture for a long time

This causes the image to remain on the plasma screen (“image retention”). This is not considered a malfunction and is not covered by the warranty.

Typical still images :

Channel number and other logos

Image displayed in 4:3 mode

Video game

Computer image

To prevent image retention, contrast is lowered automatically after a few minutes if no signals are sent or no operations are performed.

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Using “VIERA Connect”

VIERA Connect is a gateway to the internet services unique to Panasonic and has expanded VIERA CAST features greatly.

VIERA Connect allows you to access some specific websites supported by Panasonic, and enjoy internet contents such as photos, videos, games, etc. from VIERA Connect home screen.

This TV has no full browser function and all features of websites may not be available.

1

Turn power on

Press for about 1 second

Mains power On / Off switch should be On (p. 7).

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To exit from

VIERA Connect

Enjoy selected internet content with VIERA Connect.

Simply press the OK / INTERNET button

Every time you turn on the TV, VIERA Connect introduction banner appears. The banner is subject to change.

2

Access VIERA Connect

While the banner is displayed

or

The button design varies depending on the remote control.

Example :

Welcome to VIERA Connect™

VIERA Connect™ home screen is subject to change without notice.

The services through VIERA Connect™ are operated by their respective service providers, and service may be discontinued either temporarily or permanently without notice. Therefore, Panasonic will make no warranty for the content or the continuity of the services.

All features of websites or content of the service may not be available.

Don’t show this message again

ENTER

Some content may be inappropriate for some viewers.

Some content may only be available for specific countries and may be presented in specific languages.

Depending on the usage conditions, it may take a while to read all the data.

Messages might be displayed before VIERA Connect home screen.

Please read these instructions carefully and follow the on screen instructions.

Example : VIERA Connect home screen

To go to the next level

 [MORE]

To back to the previous level

 [BACK]

To set the VIERA

Connect instruction banner display off

  [VIERA Connect

Banner] (p. 27)

MORE

BACK

How to Use VIERA TOOLS

You can access some special features easily by using the VIERA TOOLS function.

1

Display icons of the feature

2

Select a feature

select

access

To return to TV

or

VIERA Link Control

3

Follow the operations of each feature

Viewing 3D images

You can enjoy viewing 3D images with contents or programmes corresponding to the 3D effect by wearing the 3D Eyewear

(supplied).

This TV supports [Frame Sequential]∗ 1 , [Side by Side]∗ 2 and [Top and Bottom]∗ 3 3D formats.

∗1 : The 3D format that the images for the left and right eyes are recorded with the high definition quality and alternately played back

∗2, ∗3 : Other available 3D formats

How to use the 3D Eyewear

(p. 16)

How to view the 3D images

(p. 19)

Danger

Prohibition of Heating

Do not put 3D Eyewear in fire, heat it or leave it in places that can get hot.

3D Eyewear contains a lithium-ion polymer rechargeable battery, so heating may result in combustion or rupture that may cause burns or fire.

Warning

Small Parts

3D Eyewear contains small parts (ferrite core, etc.) and must be kept out of reach of small children to avoid accidental ingestion.

Disassembly

Do not disassemble or modify the 3D Eyewear.

When disposing this 3D Eyewear, refer “Disposal” (p. 18) and disassemble properly for removing the rechargeable battery.

Charging

Charge by connecting the included charging cable to the USB port of this TV. Charging with other devices may result in battery leakage, heating or rupture.

Do not use the included charging cable for uses other than charging

Caution

To enjoy 3D images safely and comfortably, please read these instructions fully.

3D Eyewear

Do not drop, exert pressure on, or step on the 3D Eyewear.

Be careful of the tips of the frame when putting on the 3D Eyewear.

Always keep the 3D Eyewear in a cool, dry place.

Be careful not to trap a finger in the hinge section of the 3D Eyewear.

Viewing 3D Content

Do not use the 3D Eyewear if you have a history of over-sensitivity to light, heart problems, or have any other existing medical conditions.

Please stop using the 3D Eyewear immediately, if you feel tired, are not feeling well or experience any other uncomfortable sensation.

When you set the effect by using [3D Adjustment], take into account that the vision of 3D images varies among different individuals.

Take an appropriate break after viewing a 3D movie.

Take a break of between 30 - 60 minutes after viewing 3D content on interactive devices such as 3D games or computers.

Be careful not to strike the TV screen or other people unintentionally. When using the 3D Eyewear the distance between the user and screen can be misjudged.

The 3D Eyewear must only be worn when viewing 3D content.

If you do not look toward the TV screen for a while when viewing 3D images, the 3D Eyewear may be turned off automatically.

If you suffer from any eyesight problems (short / far-sighted, astigmatism, eyesight differences in left and right), please ensure to correct your vision before using the 3D Eyewear.

Stop using the 3D Eyewear if you can clearly see double images when viewing 3D content.

Do not use the 3D Eyewear at a distance less than the recommended distance.

The recommended viewing distance is at least 3 times of image height.

TX-P55VT30E : 2.1 m or more TX-P65VT30E : 2.4 m or more

When the top and bottom area of the screen is blackened, such as movies, view the screen at a distance at least 3 times further than the height of the actual image. (That makes the distance closer than above recommended figure.)

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3D Eyewear Use

Pay special attention when children are using the 3D Eyewear.

3D Eyewear should not be used by children younger than about 5 - 6 years old, as a guideline. All children must be fully supervised by parents or guardians who must ensure their safety and health throughout the using 3D Eyewear.

Before using the 3D Eyewear, ensure no breakable objects surrounding the user to avoid any accidental damage or injury.

Remove the 3D Eyewear before moving around to avoid falling or accidental injury.

Always store the 3D Eyewear in the case supplied with the 3D Eyewear when not in use.

Use the 3D Eyewear only for the intended purpose and nothing else.

Do not use 3D Eyewear in the condition of high temperature.

Do not use if the 3D Eyewear is physically damaged.

Do not use any devices that emit the infrared signals near the 3D Eyewear, as this may cause the 3D Eyewear false operations.

Do not use devices (such as mobile phones or personal transceivers) that emit strong electromagnetic waves near the 3D

Eyewear as this may cause the 3D Eyewear to malfunction.

Do not expose the infrared receiver section to bright light such as direct sunshine and fluorescent light. The 3D image may not be displayed correctly.

Stop using the 3D Eyewear immediately if a malfunction or fault occurs.

Stop using the 3D Eyewear immediately if you experience any redness, pain, or skin irritation around the nose or temples.

In rare cases, the materials used in the 3D Eyewear may cause an allergic reaction.

3D Eyewear

3D Eyewear set (2)

TY-EW3D2MA

3D Eyewear

N5ZZ00000223

3D Eyewear can be worn over vision correction glasses.

3D Eyewear case Charging cable Ferrite core

Part names and functions

Infrared receiver

Receives infrared signals from the TV.

3D Eyewear is controlled by receiving infrared signals from the TV, which allows you to view 3D images.

If the eyewear stops receiving infra-red signal from the TV, the power automatically switches off after 5 minutes.

Note

Do not soil the infrared receiver section or attach stickers etc. to it.

Lenses - Liquid Crystal Shutter

Controls the images for 3D viewing.

The left and right liquid crystal shutters are alternately opened and closed in time with the images on the TV screen to achieve the 3D effect.

Note

Do not apply pressure to or scratch the surface of the liquid crystal shutter.

Indicator lamp

Lights or flashes during use or charging to show the status of the rechargeable battery.

Power switch

Switches on the 3D Eyewear power.

The 3D Eyewear is turned on by setting the power switch to “ON”. Set the power switch to “OFF” to turn off the 3D Eyewear.

Charging port

Connect the charging cable.

Battery status shown by indicator lamp

Indicator lamp status

Lights for 2 seconds when turned on

Flashes 5 times when turned on

Flashes once every 2 seconds when in use

Lights continuously when off

Lamp off

Sufficient battery level

Battery status

Low battery level

Operating normally

Charging

Power off

Attaching Ferrite Core

Be sure to attach the provided ferrite core to the charging cable to reduce interference or electrical noise.

1

Attach the ferrite core as close to USB connector of the charging cable as shown.

2

Close the ferrite core until it clicks.

Mini USB connector

USB connector

USB connector

Charging the 3D Eyewear

Preparations

Set [USB Charge in Standby] in the Setup menu to [On].

Switch off the 3D Eyewear.

1

Turn the TV to Standby mode with the remote control.

2

Connect as shown in the diagram.

The indicator lamp lights red, and charging starts.

When the indicator lamp turns off, charging is completed. (Approximately 2 hours required)

3

After charging is completed, remove the charging cable.

USB connector

Mini USB connector

Note

Do not turn the TV Off with Mains power On / Off switch during charging.

Storing and cleaning the 3D Eyewear

Use the supplied 3D Eyewear case to store the 3D Eyewear.

Avoid storing the 3D Eyewear in hot or highly humid locations.

Use a clean, soft and dry cloth to wipe the 3D Eyewear. Otherwise, dirt or dust may scratch the eyewear.

Do not use benzene, thinner, or wax on the 3D Eyewear, as doing so may cause the paint to peel off.

Do not submerge the 3D Eyewear in liquid such as water when cleaning.

During the long period of disuse, full charge the 3D Eyewear once every 6 months to keep the battery performance.

As the liquid crystal shutters (lens) are fragile and easily broken, be very careful when cleaning them.

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Disposal

A lithium-ion polymer rechargeable battery is built in to the 3D Eyewear. Please discard according to local regulations.

When disposing this 3D Eyewear, disassemble properly by following the procedure below, and remove the internal rechargeable battery.

Do not disassemble this 3D Eyewear except when disposing of it.

Danger

As the rechargeable battery is specifically for this 3D Eyewear, do not use it for any other device.

Do not charge the removed battery.

Do not throw the battery in a fire, or apply heat to it.

Do not pierce the battery with a nail, subject it to an impact, or dismantle or modify it.

Do not let the wires touch any other metal or each other.

Do not carry or store the battery with a necklace, hair pin, or the like.

Do not charge, use, or leave the battery in a hot location such as near a fire or under the hot sun.

Doing so may cause the battery to generate heat, ignite, or rupture.

Warning

Do not place the removed battery, screws, and other items within reach of infants.

Accidental swallowing of such an item may have an adverse effect on the body.

In the event that you think such an item has been swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.

In the event of fluid leaking from the battery, take the following measure, and do not touch the fluid with bare hands.

Fluid entering into an eye may cause loss of eyesight.

Wash the eye with water immediately without rubbing it, and then consult a doctor.

Fluid getting on your body or clothes may cause inflammation of the skin or injury.

Sufficiently rinse with clean water, and then consult a doctor.

How to remove the battery

Disassemble this 3D Eyewear after the battery has run out of power.

The following figures are intended to explain how to dispose of the 3D Eyewear, not for describing how to repair.

The 3D Eyewear cannot be repaired once it has been disassembled.

1

Fold the part of the frame without the power switch, and then remove the two screws on the inside of the hinge with a precision Phillips (plus + ) screwdriver.

Frame

Screws

2

Bend the frame inwards and pull it off from the side cover.

If it is difficult to remove, insert a flat-blade (minus - ) screwdriver and force it off.

Side cover

Battery

3

Remove the battery from inside the side cover, and cut the two wires one by one with scissors.

Insulate the wire parts of the removed battery with cellophane tape.

Note

Take sufficient care when performing this work so as not to injure yourself.

Do not damage or dismantle the battery.

To view the 3D images

You can enjoy the 3D images in a variety of ways.

(Frame Sequential, Side by Side and Top and Bottom are the supported 3D format.)

Playing back 3D-compatible Blu-ray disc (Frame Sequential format)

Connect the 3D-compatible player via a fully wired HDMI compliant cable.

If input mode is not switched automatically, select the input mode connected to the player.

If you use the non 3D-compatible player, the images will be displayed on 2D mode.

3D-supported broadcast

Please consult the suppliers of contents or programmes for availability of this service.

3D photos and 3D videos taken by 3D-compatible Panasonic products

Available in Media Player and Network services

2D images converted to 3D

Set to [2D 3D] mode in [3D Mode Selection]

1

Turn the 3D Eyewear on

2

Put on the 3D Eyewear

3

Watch the 3D images

Safety precautions will be displayed when you first watch the 3D image. Select [Yes] or [No] to continue to view 3D images.

If you select [Yes], this message will be displayed again in the same condition after Mains power On / Off switch is next turned On. Select [No] if you do not wish to display this message again.

4

Turn off the 3D Eyewear after using it

Changing 2D - 3D mode

You can easily change the viewing mode between 2D and 3D using the 3D button.

Select the mode

select

3D Mode Selection

2D 3D

3D

2D

set

Items of [3D Mode Selection] vary depending on the condition.

[3D] / [2D] / [2D 3D] :

Displays the appropriate image that you desire without selecting 3D format

This mode may not work properly depending on the source image format. In this case, select the appropriate 3D format manually.

To change 3D format manually

When the image is not changed properly using [3D], [2D] or [2D 3D] mode, use this manual setting.

During the above operation

(red)

Select the mode

3D Mode Selection (Manual)

Original

Frame Sequential - 3D

Frame Sequential - 2D

Side by Side - 3D

Side by Side - 2D

Top and Bottom - 3D

Top and Bottom - 2D

2D 3D

select

set

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Table of images that can be seen for each [3D Mode Selection (Manual)] and the source image format

If the picture appears to be abnormal, refer to the table below to choose the correct 3D mode.

[3D Mode Selection]

Source image format

[Original]

[Frame

Sequential

- 3D]

[Side by Side

- 3D]

[Top and

Bottom - 3D]

Frame Sequential

Normal 3D∗ 1

Side by Side (Full)

Normal 3D∗ 1

Side by Side

Normal 3D∗ 1

Top and Bottom

Normal 3D∗ 1

[2D 3D]

Normal format (2D)

Normal 3D

∗1 :  When selecting [Frame Sequential - 2D], [Side by Side - 2D] or [Top and Bottom - 2D], the images will be displayed without

3D effect.

Depending on the player or broadcasts, the image may be different from the above illustrations.

Available range for the 3D Eyewear

If the 3D Eyewear is placed outside the coverage area for about 5 minutes, the 3D Eyewear will be turned off automatically.

: Coverage area for using the 3D Eyewear

Approx.

3.2 m

35° 35°

Approx.

3.2 m

Approx.

3.2 m

Approx. 3.2 m

20°

20°

View from the top View from the side

Note

You cannot view the 3D images with the 3D Eyewear too far from the TV, because of the difficulty of receiving infrared signals from the TV.

The range may be shortened depending on the obstacles between the infrared sensors on the TV and the 3D Eyewear, the dirt on the infrared sensors or the surrounding environment.

If you do not look toward the TV screen for a while when viewing 3D images, the 3D Eyewear may be turned off automatically even if in the coverage area.

There are differences in the viewing range of the 3D Eyewear among individuals.

The 3D Eyewear may not operate correctly at the outside of the viewing range.

How to Use Menu Functions

Various menus allow you to make settings for the picture, sound, and other functions.

1

Display the menu

Displays the functions that can be set (varies according to the input signal)

2

Select the menu

Example : [Picture Menu]

Main Menu

select

access

Picture

Sound

Timer

To return to the previous screen

To change menu pages

up

down

Setup

To return to TV at any time

3

Select the item

Example : [Picture Menu]

1/2

select

Viewing Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Sharpness

Tint

Colour Balance

Vivid Colour

Eco Mode

Dynamic

Warm

Off

Off

60

0

30

5

0

access

Choose from among alternatives

Cool

Normal

Colour Balance

Warm

Adjust using the slide bar

Sharpness 5

Moved

Go to the next screen

Child Lock Access

select

store

change

store

Displays the next screen

Enter characters by free input menu

You can enter names or numbers freely for some items.

access

Set characters one by one

User input

Name

A B C D E F G H

select

I J K L M N O P Q R S T

U V W X Y Z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 !

: # a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z ( ) + .

* _

You can set characters by using numeric buttons.

To reset the settings

To reset the picture settings only

  [Reset to Defaults] in the Picture Menu (p. 23)

To reset the sound settings only

  [Reset to Defaults] in the Sound Menu (p. 24)

To initialise all settings

  [Shipping Condition] in the Setup Menu (p. 27)

set

Store

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22

Menu list

Menu Item

Viewing Mode

Contrast, Brightness,

Colour, Sharpness

Tint

Colour Balance

Vivid Colour

Colour Remaster

Reversal Film Effect

Eco Mode

P-NR

3D-COMB

Picture in Picture

2D 3D Depth

3D Adjustment

Picture Sequence

Edge Smoother

Adjustments / Configurations (alternatives)

Basic picture mode [Dynamic] / [Normal] / [Cinema] / [THX (True Cinema)] / [Game] /

[Photo] / [Professional1] / [Professional2]

In each Viewing Mode and input, [Contrast], [Brightness], [Colour], [Sharpness], [Tint],

[Colour Balance], [Vivid Colour], [Eco Mode], [P-NR] and [3D-COMB] can be adjusted and stored to suit your particular viewing requirement.

[Dynamic] :

Provides enhanced picture contrast and sharpness when viewing in a bright room.

[Normal] :

Recommended for viewing under normal ambient room lighting conditions.

[Cinema] :

For watching movies in a darkened room with the improved performance of contrast, black and colour reproduction

[THX (True Cinema)] :

Precisely reproduces the original quality of the image without any revision.

Recommended for playback of THX disc (disc with [THX] logo)

THX mode is used to mirror the picture settings used by professional filmmakers, faithfully reproducing the image quality of THX Certified movies.

[Game] :

Fast response signal specifically to provide suitable images for playing games

[Photo] :

Set [Reversal Film Effect] to [On] to provide the suitable image quality for photos

[Professional1 / 2] :

Allows you to set the professional picture settings in [Advanced Settings], [Lock

Settings] and [Copy Adjustment]

Increases or decreases the levels of these options according to your personal preference

With an NTSC signal source connected to the TV, the picture hue can be adjusted to suit your taste

Allows you to set the overall colour tone of the picture

[Cool] / [Normal] / [Warm]

Automatically adjusts colours to vivid ones [Off] / [On]

Displays the vivid images with the expanded colour gamut [Off] / [On] / [Auto]

Provides the picture effect such as the reversal film

[Off] / [On]

Automatic Brightness Control function

Adjusts picture settings automatically dependent on ambient lighting conditions

[Off] / [On]

Picture Noise Reduction

Automatically reduces unwanted picture noise and flicker noise in the contoured parts of a picture [Off] / [Min] / [Mid] / [Max]

Makes still or slow moving pictures look more vivid [Off] / [On]

Displays two windows at once

Selects a level of 3D-image depth for viewing converted 2D images

[Min] / [Mid] / [Max]

Adjustment of the 3D effect (except in [2D 3D] mode) [Off] / [On]

[Effect] : Adjust the 3D depth according to the contents or to your preference.

Select [Reverse] if you feel that the sense of depth is unusual. (except in [2D 3D] mode) [Normal] / [Reverse]

Select [On] if you feel the contoured parts of an image are not smooth enough. (except in [2D 3D] mode) [Off] / [On]

Menu Item

3D Detection

Adjustments / Configurations (alternatives)

Automatically detects the 3D format signals [Off] / [On] / [On (Advance)]

[On (Advance)] : Detects all the 3D format signals and displays the 3D image automatically.

[On] : Detects the particular 3D format signals (Frame Sequential, etc.) and displays the

3D image automatically.

Screen Display

Reset to Defaults

Mode

Bass

3D Signal Message

Safety Precautions

DVI Input Setting

Pixel Orbiter

Scrolling Bar

Treble

Equaliser

Selects whether to give a notification message when a signal of 3D format is found

[Off] / [On]

Displays the precautions for viewing 3D images.

Turns the screen off when you select [Off ]

[Off] / [On]

Intelligent Frame

Creation

24p Smooth Film

16:9 Overscan

AV Colour System

Automatically compensates the picture frame rate and removes juddering movements to make the images smooth [Off] / [Mid] / [Max]

Automatically compensates the picture frame rate to make the 24p source movie images smooth [Off] / [Mid] / [Max]

Film Cadence

Detection

3D Refresh Rate

Automatically makes the film source movie images clear [Off] / [On]

Reduces juddering and flicker noises of the 3D images [Auto] / [100Hz]

Resolution Enhancer

Enhances the picture resolution to make the image sharper

[Off] / [Mid] / [Max]

Side Panel

Increases the brightness of the side panel [Off] / [Low] / [Mid] / [High]

Selects the screen area displaying the image [Off] / [On]

[On] : Enlarged the image to hide the edge of the image.

[Off] : Displayed the image in the original size.

Selects optional colour system based on video signals in AV mode

[Auto] / [PAL] / [SECAM] / [M.NTSC] / [NTSC]

Changes the black level in the image for HDMI input mode with DVI input signal manually [Normal] / [Full]

Selects the mode for wobbling of the image to prevent panel “image retention”

[Auto] / [On]

[Auto] : Automatically works only for the appropriate images and you rarely recognise the wobbling.

Scrolls the vertical bar to prevent panel “image retention”

Press the OK button to reset the present Picture Viewing Mode of the selected input to the default settings

Selects the basic sound mode [Music] / [Speech] / [User]

[Music] : Improves sound quality for watching music videos, etc.

[Speech] : Improves sound quality for watching news, drama, etc.

[User] : Adjusts the sounds manually by using the equaliser to suit your favourite sound quality.

Increases or decreases level to enhance or minimise lower, deeper sound output

Increases or decreases level to enhance or minimise sharper, higher sound output

Adjusts the frequency level to suit your favourite sound quality

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24

Menu Item

Balance

Headphone Volume

Adjustments / Configurations (alternatives)

Adjusts volume level of right and left speakers

Surround

Auto Gain Control

Volume Correction

Adjusts the volume of the headphones

Surround sound settings

[Off] / [V-Audio] / [V-Audio Surround] / [V-Audio ProSurround]

[V-Audio] :

Provides a dynamic enhancer of width to simulate improved spatial effects

[V-Audio Surround] :

Provides a dynamic enhancer of width and depth to simulate improved spatial effects

[V-Audio ProSurround] :

Provides a more progressive enhancer and reverberation to simulate improved spatial effects

Adjusts the current volume level if it is extremely different from the previous viewed channel or input mode [Off] / [On]

Adjusts the volume of individual channel or input mode

Speaker Distance to Wall

Adjusts the low frequency sound [Over 30cm] / [Up to 30cm]

MPX

Selects multiplex sound mode (if available)

[Stereo] : Use this normally

[Mono] : When stereo signal cannot be received

[M1] / [M2] : Available while mono signal is transmitted

Audio Preference

SPDIF Selection

HDMI1 / 2 / 3 / 4 Input

Selects the initial setting for audio tracks [Auto] / [Multichannel] / [Stereo] / [MPEG]

[Auto] : Automatically selects the audio tracks if programme has more than two tracks.

The priority is given in the following order - Dolby Digital Plus, HE-AAC, Dolby

Digital, MPEG.

[Multichannel] : The priority is given to multi-channel audio track.

[Stereo] : The priority is given to stereo (2ch) audio track.

[MPEG] : The priority is given to MPEG.

SPDIF : A standard audio transfer file format

Selects the initial setting for digital audio output signal from DIGITAL AUDIO OUT and

HDMI2 (ARC function) terminals [Auto] / [PCM]

[Auto] : Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital and HE-AAC (48 kHz) multi-channel are output as Dolby Digital Bitstream.

MPEG is output as PCM.

[PCM] : Digital output signal is fixed to PCM.

Select to fit the input signal [Digital] / [Analogue]

[Digital] : HDMI cable connection

[Analogue] : HDMI-DVI adaptor cable connection

SPDIF Delay

Reset to Defaults

Timer Programming

Off Timer

Auto Standby

Adjusts the delay time of the sound output from DIGITAL AUDIO OUT and HDMI2 (ARC function) terminals if the sound does not synchronize the image

Press the OK button to reset the present Sound Mode, [Balance], [Headphone Volume] and [Surround] to the default settings

Sets a timer to remind watching or record forthcoming programmes

Sets the time until the TV automatically goes to Standby mode

[Off] / [15] / [30] / [45] / [60] / [75] / [90] (minutes)

Sets the time the TV automatically goes to Standby mode when no operation is performed for the selected times [Off] / [2] / [4] (hours)

Menu Item

Eco Navigation

Recording Setup

VIERA Link

HDMI Content Type

AV1 out

Power on Link

Power off Link

Standby Power Save

Intelligent Auto

Standby

Download

Child Lock

Favourites Edit

Channel List

Auto Setup

Manual Tuning

Update Channel List

New Channel

Message

Signal Condition

Antenna System

LNB Configuration

Add TV Signal

Favourites Edit

Channel List

Auto Setup

Manual Tuning

Update Channel List

Favourite Network

New Channel

Message

Adjustments / Configurations (alternatives)

Automatically sets the TV to the most suitable energy-saving mode

Settings for the recording feature of the USB HDD / SD Card

Sets to use VIERA Link functions [Off] / [On]

Adjusts the picture settings according to the content type signal from the connected equipment via HDMI cable [Off] / [Auto]

Chooses the signal to be transmitted from the TV to Q-Link [TV] / [AV2] / [Monitor]

[Monitor] : Image displayed on screen

Sets to use Power on Link function [Off] / [On]

Sets to use Power off Link function [Off] / [On]

Controls the power consumption in Standby mode of the connected equipment to reduce the consumption [Off] / [On]

Makes non-watched or non-used connected equipment go into Standby mode to reduce the power consumption

[Off] / [On (With reminder)] / [On (No reminder)]

Downloads channel, language, country / region settings to a Q-Link or VIERA Link compatible equipment connected to the TV

Locks a channel / AV input to prevent access to it

Creates list of favourite DVB-S channels

Skips the unwanted DVB-S channels or edits DVB-S channels

Automatically sets the DVB-S channels received in the area

Sets the DVB-S channels manually

Updates DVB-S Channel List while keeping your settings

Selects whether to give a notification message when a new DVB-S channel is found

[Off] / [On]

Checks the DVB-S signal condition

Sets the antenna system to use plural LNBs for receiving several satellites

[One LNB] / [MiniDiSEqC] / [DiSEqC 1.0] / [Single Cable]

Selects the satellite for each LNB

Adds the TV mode

Creates list of favourite DVB-C channels

Skips the unwanted DVB-C channels or edits DVB-C channels

Automatically sets the DVB-C channels supplied

Sets the DVB-C channels manually

Updates DVB-C Channel List while keeping your settings

Selects your favourite network for each broadcasters (only available in some countries)

Selects whether to give a notification message when a new DVB-C channel is found

[Off] / [On]

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Menu Item

Service Replacement

Adjustments / Configurations (alternatives)

Set to [On] to enable a message to switch to the available service (only available in some countries) [Off] / [On]

Signal Condition

Attenuator

Add TV Signal

Favourites Edit

Channel List

Auto Setup

Manual Tuning

Update Channel List

Favourite Network

New Channel

Message

Signal Condition

Add TV Signal

Checks the DVB-C signal condition

Automatically reduces the DVB-C signal to avoid the interference [Off] / [On]

Adds the TV mode

Creates list of favourite DVB-T channels

Skips the unwanted DVB-T channels or edits DVB-T channels

Automatically sets the DVB-T channels received in the area

Sets the DVB-T channels manually

Updates DVB-T Channel List while keeping your settings

Selects your favourite network for each broadcasters (only available in some countries)

Selects whether to give a notification message when a new DVB-T channel is found

[Off] / [On]

Checks the DVB-T signal condition

Adds the TV mode

Channel List

Skips the unwanted Analogue channels or edits Analogue channels

Auto Setup

Manual Tuning

Automatically sets the Analogue channels received in the area

Sets the Analogue channels manually

Add TV Signal

Adds the TV mode

OSD Language

Preferred Audio 1 / 2

Preferred Subtitles

1 / 2

Preferred Teletext

Preferred Subtitle

Type

Teletext

Changes language for on screen displays

Selects the first and second preferred language for DVB multi audio (depending on the broadcaster)

Selects the first and second preferred language for DVB subtitles (depending on the broadcaster)

Selects the preferred language for DVB teletext service (depending on the broadcaster)

Selects the preferred subtitle type [Standard] / [Hard of Hearing]

Teletext Character

Set

Default Guide

Teletext display mode [TOP (FLOF)] / [List]

Selects teletext language font [West] / [East1] / [East2]

[West] : English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, etc.

[East1] : Czech, English, Estonian, Lettish, Rumanian, Russian, Ukrainian, etc.

[East2] : Czech, Hungarian, Lettish, Polish, Rumanian, etc.

Selects the default TV Guide type when the GUIDE button is pressed (only available in some countries) [Channel List] / [TV Guide]

[TV Guide] : Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) is available.

[Channel List] : EPG is not available and the channel list will appear instead of it.

Menu Item

Input Labels

Banner Display

Timeout

VIERA Connect

Banner

Adjustments / Configurations (alternatives)

Labels or skips each input terminal

Sets how long the Information banner stays on screen

[0 (No display)] / [1] / [2] / [3] / [4] / [5] / [6] / [7] / [8] / [9] / [10] (seconds)

Sets the VIERA Connect introduction banner display [Off] / [On]

Playing Time Display

MHP Auto Start

Radio Mode

Common Interface

Network Setup

DivX® VOD

Advance(isfccc)

USB Keyboard

Layout

Shipping Condition

System Update

Software

Licence

Java Logo

System Information

Set to [On] to display a continuous record of time spent using Game mode every 30 minutes [Off] / [On]

Sets to [On] to start MHP application automatically (depending on the selected country and broadcaster) [Off] / [On]

Sets the timer for turning off the screen automatically when a radio channel is selected

[Off] / [5] / [10] / [15] / [20] (seconds)

Uses include to watch encrypted channels

Sets the network setting to use in your network environment

Displays DivX VOD registration code

Enables the advanced picture settings [Off] / [On]

Selects the language that your USB Keyboard supports

Resets all settings, for example, when moving house

Downloads new software to this TV

Displays the software licence information

Update

Displays the Java logo

Displays the system information of this TV

Performs the update of the GUIDE Plus+ schedule and advertising information for the

GUIDE Plus+ system

Sets your postcode to display advertisements in the GUIDE Plus+ system

Postcode

System

Information

Displays the system information of the GUIDE Plus+ system

Power on Preference

Automatically selects the input when the TV is turned on [TV] / [AV]

Set to [TV] to view picture from TV tuner.

Set to [AV] to view input from an external equipment connected to the AV1 or HDMI1 terminal, e.g. set top box.

USB Charge in

Standby

Power Save

Time Zone

Enables to supply the power from the USB port in Standby mode [Off] / [On]

Reduces brightness of picture to economise on power consumption [Off] / [On]

Adjusts the time data

Exchange Channel

List

Exports / Imports DVB-S Channel List settings using the SD Card to share the same settings with VIERA which has the same function

Menu items and selectable options vary depending on the current input signal, setting and mode.

A different menu will be displayed when [Advance(isfccc)] in the Setup Menu is set to [On] or in the mode of Media Player / network service operations.

Only available items can be selected.

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Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries

These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with general household waste. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.

By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.

For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact your local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.

Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.

For business users in the European Union

If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further information.

[Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union]

These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.

Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples) :

This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.

Specifications

Power Source

Rated Power Consumption

TX-P55VT30E

AC 220-240 V, 50 / 60 Hz

430 W

On mode Average Power

Consumption

(based on IEC 62087 Ed.2 measurement method)

222 W

Standby Power

0.30 W

Consumption

30.00 W (With monitor out recording)

This equipment complies with the EMC standards listed below.

EN55013, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, EN55020, EN55022, EN55024

500 W

311 W

TX-P65VT30E

Notice for DVB / Data broadcasting / IPTV functions

This TV is designed to meet the standards (as of August, 2010) of DVB-T (MPEG2 and MPEG4-AVC(H.264)) digital terrestrial services, DVB-C (MPEG2 and MPEG4-AVC(H.264)) digital cable services and DVB-S (MPEG2 and MPEG4-AVC(H.264)) digital satellite services.

Consult your local dealer for availability of DVB-T or DVB-S services in your area.

Consult your cable service provider for availability of DVB-C services with this TV.

This TV may not work correctly with the signal which does not meet the standards of DVB-T, DVB-C or DVB-S.

Not all the features are available depending on the country, area, broadcaster, service provider and satellite.

Not all CI modules work properly with this TV. Consult your service provider about the available CI module.

This TV may not work correctly with CI module that is not approved by the service provider.

Additional fees may be charged depending on the service provider.

The compatibility with future services is not guaranteed.

Check the latest information on the available services at the following website. (English only)

http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/tv/

Web Site : http://panasonic.net

© Panasonic Corporation 2011

M0311-1051

Printed in Czech Republic

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