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OWNER’S MANUAL
L26F6/L32F6/L42F6
TFT-LCD TELEVISION
Please READ this manual carefully before
operating your TV, and retain it for future
reference.
Contents
Contents
Warning
3
Important Safety Instructions
4
Panel Control and Rear Terminals
Control
6
Panel Control........................................................ 6
Rear Terminals Control......................................... 6
Remote Control
7
Battery loading..................................................... 7
Precautions........................................................... 7
Remote Control Function
8
Function introduction.......................................... 8
External Equipment Connections
9
Antenna Connection............................................ 9
Choose Your Connection....................................10
VCR Connection................................................................... 10
DVD Setup............................................................................. 10
HDMI or DVI Setup.............................................................. 10
PC Setup................................................................................. 11
Monitor Out Setup.............................................................. 11
Power source.......................................................12
Basic Receiving and Playing
Operations 12
Switching ON/OFF the TV set ............................12
Switching ON/OFF the TV set......................................... 12
Choose the Menu Language........................................... 12
Choose the Input source.................................................. 12
Searching Channel . ...........................................13
Channel Edit.......................................................................... 13
Automatic search................................................................ 14
Exchange................................................................................ 14
Watching TV Program........................................14
How to select the desired program.............................. 14
How to select the desired sound................................... 14
Mute Setting......................................................................... 15
Quick program view........................................................... 15
Picture Control Functions..................................15
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How to select the picture mode.................................... 15
How to customize your own picture status............... 15
Sound Control Functions...................................16
How to choose Digital tone mode................................ 16
How to customize your own sound status................ 17
Timer Functions..................................................18
Setting of Current Time..................................................... 18
Setting of ON/OFF Time.................................................... 18
Setting of On Channel....................................................... 18
Setting of Remind Time and Remind Channel......... 18
Function Menu....................................................19
Function Menu Set............................................................. 19
Adjust Menu........................................................20
Lock Setup...........................................................20
How to use the password function............................... 21
USB Mode............................................................22
Maintenance
24
Troubleshooting
24
Specification
25
Format
26
Warning
Warning
WARNING:
!
WARNING
RISK ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
* To avoid electric hazards, it is strongly suggested that the back cover not be opened, as there is no any
accessory inside the casing.
* lf necessary, please contact authorized after-sales services.
* A lighting flash mark in a triangle: A potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in
serious injury by high voltage.
* An exclamation mark in a triangle: Major part or accessory of which technical specifications must be followed if
it is to be replaced.
WARNING: To avoid fire or electric hazards, never place your television receiver in an area with heavy
moisture. Attention should be paid to avoid accidental scratches or impacts onto the screen.
CAUTION: ▲ Please read this manual carefully before using your television and keep this manual in a
good place for future reference.
▲ To achieve the best performance of your television, read this User’s Manual carefully and
properly store it for future reference.
▲ Information of screen displays and figures in the User’s Manual may vary due to technical
innovations.
CAUTION:
▲ Unauthorized disassembly of this product is prohibited.
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Important Safety Instructions
Important Safety Instructions
4
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Important Safety Instructions
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Panel Control and Rear Terminals Control
Panel Control and Rear Terminals Control
- This is a simplified representation of front panel.
- Here shown may be somewhat different from your TV.
Panel Control
Rear Terminals Control
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VIDEO
ANT
ANT
GOMPONENY
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
PC AUDIO
PC
AV 2IN
AV OUT
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
3
2
VGA IN
IN
1
Y
Pb/Cb
Pr/Cr
L-AUDIO-R
VGA/DVI AUDIO
VGA
2
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
VIDEO
5
4
4 AV IN
Connect a component Video/Audio device to
these jacks
Connect a VGA Audio device to these jacks
Connect the monitor output connector from a PC
to the jack
Connect Video/Audio out from an Video/Audio
device to these jacks.
5 AV OUT
Video/Audio output terminal
1 COMPONENT In
2 VGA/DVI AUDIO
3 VGA IN
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L-AUDIO-R
6 ANT IN
Connect RF antenna to this jack.
7 USB jack
Connect USB storage device to this jack.
8 S-VIDEO
Connect the S-VIDEO cable from an external
signal source to this jack.
Connect a HDMI device to receive digital audio
and uncompressed digital video.
9 HDMI
Remote Control
Remote Control
Battery loading
1. Slide open the cover of the battery compartment on
the back of the remote controller.
2. Load two 7# (AAA) alkaline batteries in the
compartment, (plus and minus poles to respective mark)
3. Replace the cover of the battery compartment.
Precautions
As strong light may interfere the signals, change your
position to operate the remote controller if the television
cannot be turned on or off as you expect.
Keep the remote controller away from heat source or
humid area to ensure effective performance of the
remote controller.
Make sure that two AAA alkaline batteries are loaded.
The batteries must be of the same type. The batteries
must be located properly. The batteries are not
rechargeable.
Make sure that there is no obstacle between the remote
controller and television set.
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Remote Control Function
Remote Control Function
- The remote control cannot be operated unless the batteries are properly loaded.
- When using the remote control, aim it at the remote control sensor on the TV.
Function introduction
5 HDMI
6 Sound Mode
7 ARC
Press this key to start TV from standby mode, press it again to return to standby
mode.
It is only available in TV mode.
Press this key continuously to select the picture mode.
Press once to display a frozen image of the current program, but audio
continues. Press again to return to the program.
Press to select a device connrcted to the HDMI input.
Press this key continuously to select the sound mode.
Press this key to select the screen display proportion.
8 SLEEP
Displaying the sleep time.
H. LOCK
I/II
FAVORITE
0-9
SOURCE
D DISPLAY
Refer to the Functional Description on Page 20
No available
Press to open the favorite channel list in TV.
These keys are used to select a channel.
Press this key to open/close signal source options menu.
1 POWER
SCAN
FREEZE
H.LOCK
P.MODE
S.MODE
SLEEP
Ⅰ/Ⅱ
HDMI
2 SCAN
3 Picture Mode
ARC
4 FREEZE
FAVORITE
12
DISPLAY
SOURCE
14
RECALL
MUTE
16
9
0
A
B
C
E MUTE
VOL
18
CH
MENU
G VOL+ /-
EXIT
19
20
21
OK
23
25
26
29
30
33
34
37
38
8
22
USB
BACK
REC
TIMESHIFT
PLAY/PAUSE
REV
FWD
PREV
TEXT
MIX
SUBCODE
HOLD
PIP
SWAP
MOVE
ZOOM
HELP
INDEX
NEXT
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F RECALL
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27
28
31
32
35
36
39
40
H CH∧/∨
I MENU
J EXIT
THUMBSTICK (Up/
K
Down/Left/Right)
L OK
M USB
N BACK
O REC
P TIMESHIFT
Q HELP
R PLAY/PAUSE
S REV
T FWD
U NEXT
V PREV
W TEXT
X MIX
Y HOLD
Z SUBCODE
[ PIP
\ SWAP
] ZOOM
` MOVE
Press to display the TV status information on the top of the TV screen.
Press this key to mute the sound, press it again to activate the sound. The sound
may be activated by turning the TV on again or increasing the volume .
Press this key to display the Special Function Menu (it functions when special
modules are inserted).
Used to adjust the volume when the screen menu is closed.
Used to select a TV channel when the screen options menu is closed, specifically,
press CH∨ to decrease the channel and press CH∧ to increase the channel.
Press this key to display or exit the main menu.
Clears all on-screen displays and returns to TV viewing from any menu.
Allows you to navigate the on-screen menus and adjust the system setting to
your preference.
Press this key to confirm the selection.
Press this key for quick switching of streaming media.
Back button(only for USB).
No available.
No available.
Press this key to select music mode when using a USB device to play music.
Play/Pause(only for USB).
Fast Reverse(only for USB).
Fast Forward(only for USB).
Next(only for USB).
Previous(only for USB).
No available.
No available.
No available.
No available.
PIP/Teletext Reveal.
PIP SWAP.
Picture zoom function(only for USB).
PIP MOVE.
External Equipment Connections
External Equipment Connections
Antenna Connection
- Antenna or Cable Service without a Cable Box Connections.
- For optimum picture quality, adjust antenna direction if needed.
Note:
* It is recommended that you'd better use 75Ω coaxial cable to remove
the disturbance caused by airwave.
* Don't bind antenna cable and electric wire together.
„„ To improve picture quality in a poor signal area,
purchase and install a signal amplifier.
ANT.
„„ If the antenna needs to be split for two Tv’s, install a
"2-WaySignal Splitter" in the connections.
„„ If the antenna is not installed properly, contact your
dealer for assistance.
Note
RR All cables shown are not included with the TV.
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External Equipment Connections
Choose Your Connection
 button to confirm.
select the source, press the
There are several ways to connect your television,
depending on the components you want to connect and
the quality of the signal you want to achieve. The following are examples of someways to connect
your TV. Choose the connection which is best for you.
VCR Connection
DVD Setup
How to connect
AConnect the DVD video outputs (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr)
to the COMPONENT (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr) input jacks on
the TV and connect the DVD audio outputs to the
AUDIO jacks on the TV’ as shown in the figure.
VGA IN
IN
To avoid picture noise (interference), leave an adequate
distance between the VCR and TV.
ANT
Y
Pb/Cb
Pr/Cr
L-AUDIO-R
VGA/DVI AUDIO
VGA
2
L-AUDIO-R
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
VGA IN
IN
VIDEO
Y
Pb/Cb
Pr/Cr
L-AUDIO-R
VGA/DVI AUDIO
VGA
2
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
How to use
ATurn on the DVD player, insert a DVD.
BUse the SOURCE button on the remote control,and
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then press
/ button to to select COMPONENT
mode, press the
button to confirm.

Connection Option 1
Set VCR output switch to channel 3 or 4 and then tune
the TV to the same channel number.
instructions.
AConnect the audio and video cables from the VCR’s
output jacks to the TV input jacks, as shown in the
figure. When connecting the TV to VCR, match the
jack colors (Video = yellow, Audio Left = white, and
Audio Right = red).
BInsert a video tape into the VCR and press PLAY on
the VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner’s manual.)
CSelect the input source with using the SOURCE button
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program play.
DRefer to the DVD player’s manual for operating
Connection Option 2
on the remote control, and then press
CPress Play button on external equipment for
5/6button to
HDMI or DVI Setup
To watch digitally broadcast programs, purchase and
connect a digital set-top box.
How to connect
•• Use the TV’s COMPONENT (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr) INPUT
jacks, VGA or HDMI port for video connections,
depending on your set-top box connections
VGA IN
available. Then, make the corresponding audio
connections.
IN
External Equipment Connections
Y
How to use
Pb/Cb
Pr/Cr
L-AUDIO-R
VGA/DVI AUDIO
VGA
2
ATurn on the digital set-top box. VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
(Refer to the owner’s manual for the digital set-top box.)
BUse SOURCE on the remote contralto select PC or
HDMI (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr) mode.
CPress Play button on external equipment for
VGA IN
IN
program play.­
Y
Pb/Cb
Pr/Cr
VGA/DVI AUDIO
L-AUDIO-R
VGA
2
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
L-AUDIO-R
VIDEO
Note
RR Avoid keeping a fixed image on the TV’s screen for
along period of Time. The fixed image may become
permanently imprinted on the screen.
RR The synchronization input form for Horizontal and
Vertical frequencies is separate.
/
RR To obtain the best picture, do not play the USB,
YPbPr, HDMI or PC source at the same time.
PC Setup
How to connect
AUse the TV’s PC IN port for video connections.
BThen, make the corresponding audio connection. If
using a sound card, adjust the PC sound as required.
Monitor Out Setup
The TV has a special signal output capability which
allows you to hook up a second TV or monitor.
Connect the second TV or monitor to the TV’s AV OUT.
See the Operating Manual of the second TV or monitor
for further details regarding that device’s input settings.
How to use
ATurn on the PC and the TV.
BTurn on the display by pressing the POWER button
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on the TV’s remote control.
CUse SOURCE on the remote control to select PC source.
DCheck the image on your TV. There may be noise
associated with the resolution, vertical pattern,
contrast or brightness in PC mode. If noise is
present, change the PC mode to another resolution,
change the refresh rate to another rate or adjust the
brightness and contrast on the menu until the picture
is clear. If the refresh rate of the PC graphic card
can not be changed, change the PC graphic card or
consult the manufacturer of the PC graphic card.
Note
RR Component, PC, HDMI input sources cannot be
used for Monitor out.
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External Equipment Connections / Basic Receiving and Playing Operations
RR When connecting with external audio equipments,
such as amplifiers or speakers, please turn the TV
speakers off.
In the manual, the OSD (on screen display) may be
different from your TV’s because it is just an example to
help you with the TV operation.
Power source
Switching ON/OFF the TV set
TO USE AC POWER SOURCE
AFirst, connect power cord correctly and the power
Use the AC polarized line cord provided for operation on
AC. Insert the AC cord plug into a standard polarized AC
outlet.
indicator will light.
BPress POWER on the remote control again.
CIf you want to exchange to standing by status,
please press down POWER on the remote control
DDisconnect the power supply or unplug the
television if it is intended to completely cease the
television performance.
Choose the Menu Language
When you satisfied with your set for the first time,
you must select the language which will be used for
displaying menus and indications.
Note
RR Never connect the AC line cord plug to other than
the specified voltage. Use the attached power cord
only.
RR If the polarized AC cord does not fit into a non
polarized AC outlet, do not attempt to file or cut
the blade. It is the user’s responsibility to have an
electrician replace the obsolete outlet.
APress MENU and 5/6to select Function menu.
BPress OK/to enter, Press 5/6 button to select
language.
CSelect a particular language by pressing5/6
repeatedly, and then press OK to confirm.
DWhen you satisfied with your choice, press MENU to
return to normal viewing.
RR If you cause a static discharge when touching the
unit and the unit fails to function, simply unplug
the unit from the AC outlet and plug it back in. The
unit should return to normal operation. Polarized
AC Cord Plug.
Basic Receiving and
Playing Operations
Switching ON/OFF the TV set
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Choose the Input source
If the TV is not in TV mode, press SOURCE on the remote
control unit, and signal source menu will be displayed
on the TV screen (as shown in the below figure). Press
/
to select the TV option, and press
or OK
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
Basic Receiving and Playing Operations
to confirm the switching to TV input terminal. After
switching, the signal source menu disappears, and at the
upper right corner of screen displays the information of
current signal source.
Pressing this key repeatedly can exit from the signal
source menu.
In case of no other operation, the signal source menu
will automatically disappear upon reaching the OSD
disappearance time preset in the main menu.
option, and then press OK to enter submenu.
Channel Edit
Search
Fine Tune
112.25MHz
112.25MHz
Color system
PAL
Sound system
DK
Skip
OFF
Menu
Source
OK
Move
OK
OK
❖❖ Search
TV
AV1
AV2
S-Video
Component
PC
HDMI1
HDMI2
USB
:Move
Return
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Press
/
to select the Search option, and
finally press 3/4to start manual search. Upon
finding a program, the search will automatically
stop, and the program will be stored onto the
current channel. You may stop the search by
pressing OK or MENU.
❖❖ Fine Tune
:OK
Searching Channel
In this section, how to use the remote control to set
channel is explained. You can also use buttons on the TV
set to set channel.
Channel Edit
Note: Only available in the source of TV and Tuning lock
in the H.Lock menu is off.
APress MENU on the remote control unit or MENU
on the TV’s front panel to display main menu,
and then press 3/4 to select Tuning menu.
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Press
/
to select the Fine Tune option, and
then press 3/4 to start UP or DOWN fine tuning
until obtaining a relatively good picture effect. The
fine tuning function is for the purpose of improving
picture effect through fine tuning when that of a
certain program is not good enough. Normally,
the optimal picture effect can be obtained without
fine tuning when watching TV programs, and fine
tuning is to meet the need of adjusting a certain
program.
❖❖ Color system
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Press
/
to select the Color Systems option,
and then press 3/4 to select correct color
system.
The TV is designed with four systems for your
choice, i.e. Auto, PAL , SECAM, NTSC and NTSC443.
Generally, the system is set as Auto and it is not
necessary to make an adjustment. The system is
normally set as Auto during auto search.
❖❖ Sound system
The TV is designed with four systems for your
choice, i.e. D/K, M, B/G and I. Generally, it is not
necessary to adjust the system. The system is
normally set as DK during auto search.
❖❖ Skip
BPress 5/6 to select the Channel Edit
When the skip is set ON, the channel will be
skipped when pressing CH ∧ or CH ∨ and only can
be selected by pressing 0-9 numerical keys.
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Basic Receiving and Playing Operations
If you want to recover the skipped channel
1. Use Direct-digit Choosing button to select the
number of the channel to be recovered.
2. Do the above steps again.
3. Press3/4to set Skip as Off.
Automatic search
APress MENU on the remote control to display main
menu, and then press
menu.
5/6 to select Tuning
Exchange
APress MENU on the remote control unit or MENU on
the TV’s front panel to display main menu, and then
press / to select Tuning menu.
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BPress 5/6 to select the Prog. Exchange option,
and then press OK to enter its submenu.
CPress 5/6 to select the To Channel option, and
/
to set the found to be exchanged to.
then press 34
Channel Edit
Tuning
Auto Search
Prog.Prog.Exchange
Exchange
Current Channel
To Channel
0
0
Menu
Return
Move
OK
OK
DAfter adjusting the current channel and the found to
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be exchanged to, press
/
to move the cursor
to the Exchange option, and then press OK to start
exchange and exchange the program on current
channel to the channel you set for exchange.
Bpress 5/6 to select the Auto Search option, press
OK or4 to enter the auto search menu, afterwards
press 3/4 to select the Confirm option, and finally
press OK to confirm the starting of auto search.
Watching TV Program
Channel Edit
Auto Search
Tuning
Prog. Exchange
Auto Search
Do you want to start
auto search?
You can watch TV program in a presetting channel.
How to select the desired program
Menu
Return
Move
OK
OK
AUsing Program number buttons
Directly enter the channel number with the numeric
keypad on the remote control. If to select channel
numbers of double-digital or three-figure, press
continuously the numeric buttons in three second.
CDuring auto search, the scale value on the progress
bar is continually increasing, indicating the auto
search is in progress. After finishing the auto search,
the TV will play the channel starting the auto search.
To stop the search in halfway, just press MENU/OK,
and the TV will play the first searched channel.
BUsing CH ∧ /CH ∨ buttons
Press CH∧ to select a channel number in number
increasing direction. Press CH ∨ to select a channel
number in number decreasing direction.
Channel Edit
Auto Search
Auto Seaching...
Prog. Exchange
Found Channel(s):2
Frequency: 152.25MHz
40%
How to select the desired sound
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Press VOL-/+ buttons on the remote or the front of
Basic Receiving and Playing Operations
the TV set to adjust the volume level. The range is
0~100. When the volume buttons are pressed the
volume level is displayed automatically on the TV
screen.
Mute Setting
APress MUTE button on the remote control and a icon
will display on the screen. At this time, the sound of
the TV set is turned off.
BIf you want to recover the sound, press MUTE
button again or directly press VOL+ button.
Quick program view
Due to different TV signal inputs, some items may need
to be adjusted. The following makes a description by
only taking TV signal as an example.
How to select the picture mode
APress MENU to display main menu on the screen, and
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then press /
to select the Picture menu, afterwards
press OK/4 to enter the option to be adjusted.
BPress 5/6 to move the Picture mode option
to be adjusted, and then press
Standard/Soft/User/Vivid.
5/6 to select
You can also press P.MODE on the remote control to
select Standard/Vivid/Soft/ User mode.
ASuppose that you previously watched a TV program
on Channel 8, but now you are watching a TV
program on Channel 18 (as shown in the below
figure).
❖❖ Standard
The picture brightness and hue are moderate.
❖❖ Soft
The picture is soft and in light color.
❖❖ User
The picture effect is set by yourself to your preference.
❖❖ Vivid
BIf you want to return to Channel 8, just press The picture is vivid, bright and dynamic.
"RECALL (Flashback)" once.
CIf you want to return to Channel 18 again, just press
"RECALL (Flashback)" once again.
Note
How to customize your own picture status
RR This function is only available in TV mode.
APress MENU button to display main menu on the screen,
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and then press
/
to select the Picture menu,
press OK/4 to enter .
Picture Control Functions
BPress 5/6 button to select the item
requires adjusting, press 3/4button.
This means the adjustment of specific contents in the
picture, if already in normal condition, it is not necessary
to make any adjustment.
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Basic Receiving and Playing Operations
❖❖ Reset
❖❖ Contrast
This will adjust the intensity of bright parts in the
Return to factory default settings. Press 3/4to
select OK or Cancel, Press OK to affirmance.
picture but keep the dark parts unchanged.
❖❖ Brightness
This will adjust the light output of the complete
picture, which will mainly affect the darker areas of
the picture.
Palette
Reset
Standard
Reset
Do you want to reset
picture values?
Picture
OK
❖❖ Color
Cancel
This will adjust the saturation level of the colors to suit
your personal preference.
Menu
❖❖ Sharpness
This will adjust the sharpness of fine details in the picture.
❖❖ Tint
Allows you to select the color mix (Tine) of the picture.
❖❖ Picture Mode
Select the mode of picture(Standard/Vivid/Soft/User).
❖❖ Aspect Ratio
Select the mode of Aspect Ratio(Full screen/4:3/
Zoom/Cinema/Panorama/Dot By Dot).
❖❖ Palette:
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Press
/
to select the Palette option, and then
press 4 to enter its submenu, and finally press
/
to select a toner pattern from six patterns
(Cool2/Cool1/Standard/Warm1/Warm2/User) to your
color preference. Normally, the Standard mode is
selected.
If the User mode is selected, press 3/4 to enter
the palette menu, (as shown in the below figure),
and then press 3/4to select a benchmark in the
range of 2500K~15000K from warm color to cold
color, afterwards press
/
to adjust; if a different
benchmark is selected for adjustment, the original
adjustment data will be automatically cleared
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Return
Move
OK
OK
Sound Control Functions
How to choose Digital tone mode
APress MENU to display main menu on the screen,
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and then press
/
to select the Sound menu,
afterwards press OK/4 to enter the option to be
adjusted.
BPress 5/6 to move the cursor to the Digital tone,
Press OK/4to enter and then press 5/6 to
select Standard/Music/Theater/User mode.
❖❖ Standard
Normal sound with moderate bass and treble setting.
❖❖ Music
Designed the sound to best suit music programs.
❖❖ Theater
Enables extra bass and treble to enhance the movie
experience.
❖❖ User
A spare setting that can be adjusted to personal tastes
You can also press S.MODE button on the remote control
to select Standard / Music / Theater/User mode.
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Basic Receiving and Playing Operations
How to customize your own Sound
status
APress MENU to display main menu on the screen,
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and then press
/
to select the Sound menu,
afterwards press OK/4 to enter the option to be
adjusted.
BPress 5/6 to select the option to be adjust. and
then press 3/4 to adjust it.
❖❖ Surround
The surround sound feature expands the audio
listening field wider and deeper to create exceptional
sound quality from the TV’s speakers. Press 3/4 to
select On or Off.
❖❖ AVL (Automatic Volume Limit)
This will reduces the differences in volume level
among broadcasters.
❖❖ Bass
❖❖ Volume
Press 3/4 to adjust the volume of a TV program.
❖❖ Balance
This will adjust the output of the right and left
speakers to obtain the best stereo reproduction for
your listening position.
The intermediate value is 0. When indication value
of Balance increases toward 50, sound of the right
and left speakers becomes stronger and weaker,
respectively. When indication value of Balance
decreases toward -50, sound of the right and left
speakers becomes weaker and stronger.
To adjust the super bass. Press 3/4 to select super
bass Off/Low/High.
❖❖ Spatial
Select the sound mode adapt to your space. press
OK/4to enter the menu bar. Press
/
to select
Stereo/1M/2M/4M.
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❖❖ Reset
Return to factory default settings. Press 3/4to
select OK or Cancel, Press OK to affirmance.
Reset
❖❖ Digital tone
Reset
This select the modes for sound reproduction dependent
on the broadcast signals or signals from external inputs
received.
Select the mode of sound (Standard/Music/Theater/User).
If the Music mode is selected, press OK to enter the
digital tone menu,(as shown in the below figure),
and then press 3/4 to select a benchmark in the
range of 50~15K from bass to treble, afterwards press
/
to adjust, if a different benchmark is selected
for adjustment, the original adjustment data will be
automatically cleared.
Do you want to reset
sound values?
OK
Menu
Return
Cancel
Move
OK
OK
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Basic Receiving and Playing Operations
Timer Functions
Setting of Current Time
The current time is calculated from the moment upon
turning the TV on. At first, check whether the time
indicated on the TV's clock is consistent with the standard
time of your time zone; if not, adjust the clock as follows:
APress MENU on the remote control unit or MENU
on the TV’s front panel to display the main menu,
and then press
/
to select the Timer menu,
afterwards press
/
to select the Current Time
option.
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BPress3/4to set hour and minute.
CPress 5/6 to adjust the time.
DAfter finishing time setting, press OK or MENU to confirm.
CAfter finishing time setting, press OK or MENU to confirm.
Note
RR After setting the On/Off Time function, if the TV
is AC off or forcible DC off, the function will be
automatically cleared.
Setting of On Channel
This function is used in combination with the On/Off Time
function. When the TV turns on upon reaching the On
time, it automatically enters the preset channel.
APress MENU on the remote control unit or MENU
on the TV's front panel to display the main menu,
and then press
/
to select the Timer menu,
afterwards press
/
to select the On Channel
option.
Timer
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BPress 3/4to set the On Channel or OFF.
Setting of ON/OFF Time
This function allows the TV to automatically turn on or
enter standby mode upon reaching the preset time.
APress MENU on the remote control unit or MENU
on the TV's front panel to display the main menu,
and then press
/
to select the Timer menu,
afterwards press
/
to select the On Time or Off
Time option.
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BPress OK to enter the setting screen, and then press
5/6to select ON or OFF, if you select ON, press
3/4 to set hour and minute. ON indicates the On/
Off Time function is enabled while OFF indicates the
function is disabled.
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Setting of Remind Time and Remind
Channel
The remind time and remind channel functions allow the
TV to automatically enter the preset channel at preset
time. If the TV is AC off or forcible DC off, the preset time
will be cleared.
Basic Receiving and Playing Operations
APress MENU on the remote control unit or MENU
on the TV's front panel to display the main menu,
and then press
/
to select the Timer menu,
afterwards press
/
to select the Remind Time
option.
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BPress OK
to enter the setting screen, and then press
5/6 to select ON or OFF, if you select ON, press
3/4 to set hour and minute, and then press
5/6 to adjust time.
CAfter finishing time setting, press OK or MENU to
confirm.
❖❖ OSD Menu
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•• Press / to select the OSD Menu option.
•• Press 4 to enter the submenu.
/
to select the option to be adjusted,
•• Press
and then press 3/4 toadjust it.
❖❖ PIP
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•• Press / to select the PIP Menu option.
•• Press 4 to enter the submenu.
/
to select PIP Mode/PIP Source/
•• Press
PIP Position/PIP Swap, and then press 3/4 to
adjust it.
DPress 5/6 to select the Remind Channel option,
and press 3/4 to set the found.
Function Menu
Function Menu Set
APress MENU on the remote control unit or MENU
on the TV’s front panel to display the main menu, and
then press 3/4 to select the Function menu and
press OK/4to enter.
BPress 5/6 to select the option to be adjusted,
and then press 3/4 to adjust it.
❖❖ Language
Two languages (i.e. Chinese and English) are available
for your choice.
Return
❖❖ Picture Optimize
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•• Press / to select the Picture Optimize option.
•• Press 4 to enter the submenu.
/
to select theDCDI/DNR to be
•• Press
adjusted, and then press 3/4 to select ON or
OFF.
/
to select the Color Management to
•• Press
be adjusted, and then press 3/4 to select Low/
Medium/High/ Off.
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❖❖ DSM
Press 3/4 to set Demo Off/Demo I/Demo II.
❖❖ Background
Press 3/4 to set ON or OFF, if you select ON, the
TV screen will be blue background if no signals are
available.
❖❖ Black Stretch
Press 3/4 to set ON or OFF, if you select ON, the TV
picture in black area will be enhanced.
❖❖ OPC
Adjust Menu
The TV can be used as a display, and you may adjust
relevant settings. Press SOURCE to switch the signal
input to PC mode.
APress MENU to display the screen main menu,
press
/
to select the Adjust menu as shown in the
below figure, and then press OK/4to enter.
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•• Press / to select the OPC Menu option.
•• Press 4 to enter the submenu.
/
to select OPC Mode/Adjust, and then
•• Press
press 3/4 to adjust it.
OPC
OPC Mode
Adjust
Menu
User
10
Return
Move
OK
OK
BPress 5/6 to select the option to be adjusted.
CPress 3/4 to adjust it.
❖❖ Auto Adjust
Return
❖❖ Effect
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•• Press / to select the Effect option.
•• Press 4 to enter the submenu.
/
to select Off/Effect1/Effect2/Effect3.
•• Press
Vertical and Horizontal position of picture can be
adjusted in this item.
❖❖ Horizontal Position
This is used to adjusting Horizontal-size.
❖❖ Vertical Position
This is used to adjusting Vertical-size.
❖❖ Calendar
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•• Press / to select the Calendar option.
•• Press OK/4 to enter the submenu.
•• Press 3/4 to select year/month/day, and
/
to adjust it. After finishing
then press
time setting, press OK or MENU to confirm.
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Calendar
❖❖ Phase
This is used for adjusting Vertical position and
Horizontal position as well as relative parameters in
PC modes.
❖❖ Clock
This is used for adjusting the phase of pixel clock in
PC mode.
Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat.
❖❖ Reset
Return to factory default settings.
Lock Setup
.
❖❖ Reset
Return to factory default settings. Press 3/4to
select OK or Cancel, Press OK to affirmance.
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The television has the function of security default lock.
Password needs to be entered when the program lock
mode is to be set.
Basic Receiving and Playing Operations
How to use the password function
Press H. LOCK, the TV screen will display Enter Password
to prompt the user to enter a correct password by
pressing corresponding numerical keys; if the password
is correct, the user enters the Lock Set menu; if incorrect,
the user is required to enter a password again.
If there is no operation for a few seconds, the display will
automatically disappear.
The Lock Set menu is as follows:
channel will be forcibly switched to the preset one
upon turning the TV on; when the Preset Source is set
as other signal sources, the TV will be forcibly switched
to the preset source upon turning on. For example,
when the Preset Source is set as YPbPr/YCbCr, the TV
will be switched to YPbPr/YCbCr upon turning on;
when set as OFF, the preset function will be closed.
❖❖ Preset Channel
Only when the Preset Source is set as TV can the
Preset Channel option be available. Press 3/4 to
select preset channels from 0-255.
❖❖ Source Lock
This function is used to prohibit watching a program
from various external inputs, e.g. AV and PC, etc.
Press
/
to select a certain option, and then
press 3/4 to set an external input lock ON or OFF.
If an external input lock is set ON, after entering this
mode, the screen will display blue background with
muting and a prompt Source Lock; during Source
Lock prompt, Source Lock will remain if there is no
other display on the screen. To watch a program
from a locked external input, just enter Source Lock
submenu to set corresponding status as OFF or
execute the Unlock option in the Lock Set menu.
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❖❖ Change password
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After entering the Lock Set menu, press
/
to
select the Change Password option, and then press
3/4 to display the Change Password menu,
afterwards enter a new 4-digit password by pressing
numerical keys and repeat entering this password
once, and finally select the option to be confirmed
and press MENU to confirm, indicating the successful
change of password.
If the user does not want to change the password in
halfway, he may press MENU to exit from this menu.
Note
❖❖ Child Lock
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Press
/
to select the Child Lock option, and then
press 3/4 to set ON or OFF. If set ON, this control
key will not respond, and the screen will display Child
Lock when the key is pressed; if no other operation is
made, the display will automatically disappear later.
To resume Child Lock function, just enter the Lock Set
menu to set Child Lock OFF or execute the Unlock
option.
❖❖ Max Volume
The initial password is 0000, and the password setting
will not be changed after executing the Unlock
option.
❖❖ Tuning Lock
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Press
/
to select the Tuning Lock option, and
then press 3/4 to set ON or OFF.
(If set ON, the Tuning Menu is not available in TV
mode. To make any operation related to the Tuning
Menu, it is necessary to enter the Lock Set menu to set
Tuning Lock OFF or execute the Unlock option.)
❖❖ Preset Source
Preset Source may be set as Off, TV, AV, Component,
HDMI, S-video,PC and USB. When the Preset Source
is set as TV, after entering the Preset Channel menu,
press 3/4 to select the preset channel, and the
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Press
/
to select the Max Volume option, and
then press 3/4 to freely adjust the max volume
within the range of 0~100. After finishing the setting,
the max volume in the Volume menu will not exceed
the preset max volume; for example, if the preset
max volume is 30, the volume in the Volume menu
can not be increased any longer upon reaching 30;
if the preset max volume is less than the value in the
Volume menu, the latter will decrease along with the
decrease of preset max volume.
❖❖ On Volume
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Press
/
to select the Power on Volume option,
and then press 3/4 to freely adjust the volume
within the range of 0~100.
❖❖ Unlock
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Press
/
to select the Unlock option, and then
press 4 to clear all the lock settings, namely set all
the lock setting options as OFF; the Preset Channel
is set as OFF and max volume returns to 100 (except
password).
❖❖ I2C Bus
It is no need for user to select the after-sale service
option.
USB Mode
Note
RR The diagrams in the following section are
schematic and only for your reference. Please see
the actual product if necessary.
APress SOURCE on the remote control unit to select
USB option.
BInsert USB equipment into corresponding USB
interface 2s after starting the system.
CAfter entering the system menu, press 3/4on the
remote control unit to select the require USB files,
press OK button to confirm the selection and enter
the file list relative to the selection.
DPress 5/6on the remote control unit to select the
required file, press OK button to enter the selected file.
ETo exit the streaming media playing system and
watch a TV program, you must press EXIT button to
return to the streaming media main menu at first
(to protect equipment), and then press SOURCE to
select TV to return to the TV mode.
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
Note
ASupported file formats:
❑❑ Under source of USB, when press button MENU,
screen goes black, except when images or movies
are being played.
• Photo: *.jpg;
• Music: *.mp3;
• TEXT Reader: *.txt
Note
RR Due to the particularity of file coding, some files
may be unable to read.
BSupported equipment:
Support the USB flash disks that supports Mass
Storage Protocol and whose file system is FAT32,
If USB equipment could not be identified due
to unsupported file system, please format the
equipment to the above-mentioned file system.
CTo achieve smooth playing, ensure the following:
• The file code rate should be lower than 300KB/S;
• Due to the limitation of USB signal transmission
distance, it is recommended not to use USB patch
cord, in case of using the cord, make sure that its
length is not over 1m;
• Use high-speed USB equipment in conformity
with USB2.0 full speed Interface Standard; If USB
equipment in conformity with USB1.1 full speed
Interface Standard is used, the playing may be
unsmooth.
❑❑ While playing the USB, press EXIT button repeatly,
the screen picture will return to USB main
interface, and only at this time you can switch
corresponding signal sources by pressing SOURCE
again.
❑❑ Please do not unplug the USB device when the
connected USB storage device is working. When such
device is suddenly separated or unplugged, the stored
files or the USB storage device may be damaged.
Operating the USB device
APress3/4to scroll through main menu or submenu
and select your desired option.
BPress OK to confirm your selection.
CPress / to achieve the FWD (fast forward) and
REV (fast back) of the option being played.
DPress to play, and press it again to pause playing.
EPress ZOOM to magnify pictures; when the picture is
enlarged, press 3/4 and 5/6 to move the picture.
FPress EXIT repeatedly to return to the main menu.
When connecting/removing the USB
device
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Note
Specification/Formatl
RR You can choose the photos or music in different
files to play together.
Playing a Picture
AAfter entering USB main interface, press 3/4 to
select MUSIC item.
BPress OK to confirm the selection and enter the
music file list.
AAfter entering USB main interface, press 3/4 to
select PHOTO item.
BPress OK to confirm the selection and enter the
picture file list.
CPress 5/6 and OK button to select the music you
want to play, then press OK button to play the
music.
Press / to achieve the REV (fast back) and FWD
(fast forward) of the music being played.
Press
/
to select the last or next music.
DTo return to the main menu, just press EXIT
CPress3/4 to select the picture you want to play,
press OK to confirm, and then press OK button to
play the pictures.
DIf you want to pause the picture which is being
palyed, press the button again.
Press ZOOM to magnify the picture. When the
picture is enlarged, press 3/4 and / to move
the picture.
ETo exit playing, just press EXIT repeatedly.
repeatedly.
Note
RR You can enjoy the music and the picture at the
same time.
Text Reader
Note
AAfter entering USB main interface, press 3/4 to
RR The menu display varies with the photo name and
pixel in your equipment.
BPress OK
select Text item.
to confirm the selection and enter the text
file list.
Playing Music
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Specification/Format
Maintenance
Maintenance
Early malfunctions can be prevented. Careful and regular
cleaning can extend the amount of time you will have
your new TV. Be sure to turn the power off and unplug
the power cord before you begin any cleaning.
CPress 3/4 and OK button to select the text you
want to play, and then press OK button to play the
text.
Cleaning the Screen
AHere’s a great way to keep the dust off your screen
DTo exit the Text mode, just press EXIT repeatedly.
for a while. Wet a soft cloth in a mixture of lukewarm
water and a little fabric softener or dish washing
detergent. Wring the cloth until it’s almost dry, and
then use it to wipe the screen.
BMake sure the excess water is off the screen, and
Set up
AAfter entering USB main interface, press 3/4 to
select Set up item.
BPress OK to confirm the selection and enter the set
then let it air-dry before you turn on your TV.
Cleaning the Cabinet
To remove dirt or dust, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry,
lint-free cloth. Please be sure not to use a wet cloth.
up file list.
Extended Absence
If you expect to leave your TV dormant for a long time
(such as a vacation), it’s a good idea to unplug the power
cord to protect against possible damage from lightning
or power surges.
Troubleshooting
CPress5/6 to select the Slide show spead Menu option,
and then press 3/4 to set Fast/Slow/Normal.
Press5/6 to select the Slide Effect Menu option, and
then press 3/4 to set Diagonal/Waterfall/Randow/
No Effect/Bottom To Top/Top To Bottom/Right To
Left/Left To Right/Snake/Cross. Press5/6 to select
the Music Repeat Mode Menu option, and then press
3/4 to set On/Off/Random.
DTo exit the Sut up mode, just press EXIT repeatedly.
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For the sake of time and cost, it is strongly
recommended that you checkout the problem by
yourself according to the instructions listed hereunder
before contacting the after-sales service for technical
assistance.
Problem
Possible remedies
Specification/Formatl
No
picture,
no sound
Problem
Turn onthe power supply; Properly
plug theTV setto the powersocket;
Check to see if the power cable of other
appliance is plugged in the TV set. Make
sure that the power cable of the TV set
is properly connected.
Possible remedies
Good
picture,
no sound
Depress the volume button;
Check out theaudio frequency input signals.
Failure of
remote
controller
Check to see if the remote controller
display receiving window are blocked
by other objects and if batteries are
properly loaded.
No color,
weak color
or poor
picture
Designate the item of color from the
Picture menu and depress the volume
button; Keep the display and VCR
separate a reasonable space; Activate
some functions to store picture
brightness; Make sure that the display
and signal source are available and
turned on.
Excessive
brightness
or darkness
Adjust brightness or contrast.
Picture
too big or
small
Adjust the setup of sizes.
One
speaker
failure
Balance the sound in the menu.
Slight
sound
from
display
It is a normal phenomenon.
sound might be produced. These phenomena
might happen in the area 1,500 meters above the
sea level. This is resulted from difference between
air pressures inside and outside the display. This is
not a defect covered by the limited warranty.
Specification
Basic specification and parameter
Power
~ 150-240V
Color System
PAL, NTSC, SECAM, NTSC4.43
Stand-by
Consumption
D/K, B/G, I, M
Video Input
USB, AV, Component, HDMI,
S-Video , PC,
Environmental
condition
Note
RR Do not leave the television with static picture in an
extended period as it may result in residual image
on your television screen.
Note
RR Production of the screen requires high and precision
technologies. However, there might be some
dank or bright (red, blue or green) spots, or some
anomalistic stripes or spots. This is not defect. If the
TV set is used in an area 2,400 meters above the sea
level where the air pressure is below 750hpa, the
picture on the screen maybe affected and a muffled
Accessories
50/60Hz
Operating temperature range:
+5°C - +35°C Operating
humidity range: 20%-80%
Storage Temperature:
-15°C~+45°C
Storage Humidity: 5%-90%,
non-condensing
If the storage temperature is
lower than 0 °C, please first
lays the machine aside after
in the operating temperature
environment carries on restores
2 hours, then electrifies the use
again, protects your television
not to receive the damage.
Owner’s manual
Remote Control
Alkaline battery
x1
x1
x2
(This is only available for certain
models,please refer to actual products.)
Product main size (contain stand)
Power
Consumption
Net Size(LxWxH)
Net Weight
L26F6
90W
658x200x488mm
7.8Kg
L32F6
115W
798x230x575mm
10Kg
L42F6
170W
1020x300x697mm
17.5Kg
MODEL
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Maintenance / Troubleshooting/Specification
Note
RR Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice. The dimension in this manual is a
approximation.
Format
Recommendatory HDTV/
SDTV(YPbPr/YCbCr) format
Sequence
Number
Format
Refresh
Frequency (Hz)
1
480i/480p
60
2
576i/576p
50
3
720p
50/60
4
1080i/1080p
50/60
Recommendation PC connection
input format
sequence
number
Format
H-Frequency
(KHz)
V-Frequency
(Hz)
1
640*480@60Hz
31.5
60
2
800*600@60Hz
37.88
60
3
1024*768@60Hz
(Recommendatory)
48.36
60
Recommendation DVI connection
input format
Sequence
Number
Resolution
Refresh Frequency (Hz)
1
640*480
60
2
800*600
60
3
1024*768
60
Recommendation HDMI
connection input format
Sequence
Number
Format
Refresh Frequency (Hz)
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1
480i/480p
60
2
576i/576p
50
3
720p
50/60
4
1080i
50/60
Specification / Format
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