Hannspree F651-12A1 User manual

Hannspree F651-12A1 User manual
Table of Contents
1. Warranty and Service .................................................... 3
2. Preface ......................................................................... 4
3. Description of Warning Symbols ..................................... 5
4. Safety Notices ............................................................... 6
5. Regulatory Information ................................................ 14
6. Introducing the TV ....................................................... 16
Features .................................................................. 16
7. Checking Package Contents ........................................ 17
8. Getting to Know Your TV ............................................. 18
Front View ............................................................... 18
Input and Output Ports ............................................. 19
9. Getting Started ............................................................
Placing the Clock and Thermometer/Hygrometer .......
Removing the Clock and Thermometer /Hygrometer ..
Connecting to an Antenna or Cable TV .....................
Connecting to AV Devices ........................................
Connecting to a VCR/VCD/DVD Player .................
Connecting to a Video Camera .............................
Connecting to a Game Device ..............................
Connecting External Speakers or Headphones ..........
Connecting the Power Adapter .................................
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10. Using the TV ..............................................................
Using the Remote Control ........................................
Turning the TV On and Off .......................................
Selecting Channels .................................................
Switching Source Sigals ...........................................
Adjusting the Volume ...............................................
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11. Adjusting On-Screen Display (OSD) Settings ...............
Brightness ...............................................................
Contrast ..................................................................
Video Setting ...........................................................
Hue .....................................................................
Saturation ............................................................
Sharpness ...........................................................
Color Temperature ...............................................
Audio Setting ...........................................................
Treble .................................................................
Bass ....................................................................
Balance ...............................................................
TV Setting ...............................................................
TV/CATV .............................................................
MTS ....................................................................
Auto Program ......................................................
Manual Program ..................................................
Channel Add/Erase ..............................................
Miscellaneous Setting ..............................................
OSD Position .......................................................
Language ............................................................
Sleep Timer .........................................................
OSD Display ........................................................
Reset ..................................................................
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12. Taking Care of Your TV .............................................. 55
13. Troubleshooting .......................................................... 57
14. Specifications ............................................................. 59
15. Glossary .................................................................... 60
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Warranty and Service
The instructions on this manual are for the model(s) listed on the front
cover. Before you start reading, check your product number by looking
at the rear of your TV.
Thank you for purchasing our Liquid Crystal Display Television (LCD
TV). With this product, you will be able to enjoy superior audio and
video while enriching your lifestyle with advanced technology.
The Hannspree TV is warranted for one year limited service from the
date the product is received (as shown on the Warranty and Service
Manual); please refer to the “Warranty and Service Manual” for the
detailed warranty information.
Hannspree provides complete service information in the included “Warranty and Service Manual”, or directly from Hannspree global customer
service center. Our service representatives will be very happy to serve
you to your satisfaction.
Hannspree global customer service center telephone number:
From Taiwan please call 0800-008-800
The Hannspree e-mail address:
[email protected]
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Preface
This manual is designed to assist users in setting up and using the
LCD TV. Information in this document has been carefully checked
for accuracy; however, no guarantee is given to the correctness of
the contents. The information in this document is subject to change
without notice.
Copyright
© Copyright 2003 Hannspree, Inc.
All rights reserved. This product and related documentation are protected by copyright and are distributed under licenses restricting their
use, copying, and distribution. No part of this documentation may be
reproduced in any form by any means without prior written authorization
of Hannspree, Inc., and its licensors, if any.
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Description of Warning Symbols
Warning
Caution
This symbol is used to remind
users to pay attention to
important descriptions regarding usage and maintenance
(repair) or additional important information related to this
product.
This symbol is used to remind
users to pay attention to the
danger of electric shocks due
to dangerous internal noninsulated components.
Electric Power Notice
Electric power may cause personal injury and mechanical damage if it is
misused. Although safety has been taken into consideration during the
design and production of this product, electric shock or fire can result
when the product is misused. To prevent potential danger, follow the
instructions below when installing, operating and cleaning the product.
In addition, read the following “Safety Notices” carefully before using the
product to ensure that your TV is safe and long-lasting.
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Safety Notices
Power Supply Safety Notes
1. To avoid electric shocks, do not use an extended power cord or
an outlet that does not match this product's plug or leaves the
plug exposed.
2. This product has a 3-pin grounded plug. The third pin connects
to ground; do not remove it.
3. If the power cord or plug is damaged or worn, unplug it immediately and contact a qualified service technician for maintenance.
4. To avoid fire or electric shocks, do not overload electric power
outlets.
Installation Safety Notes
Antenna
We suggest that you use an outdoor antenna to get the best signal
possible unless you have cable TV or a centralized indoor antenna
system. You may, however, use an antenna indoors if it is placed in
a location free from interference.
Location
Avoid allowing the TV to get prolonged exposure to sunlight or
other strong sources of heat. Leave sufficient distance between the
TV and the wall to provide enough space for the emission of heat.
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Before You Proceed
1. Read the Safety Notices and the User’s Manual carefully
before turning the product on.
2. Keep your User’s Manual in a safe place for future reference.
Keep the box and packaging in case the product needs to be
shipped in the future.
3. Follow the product and warning label instructions.
4. Any changes or modifications that do not follow the instructions
in this manual will void this product's warranty.
Warning
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this
product to rain or moisture.
Power
To avoid danger of fires or electric shock, make sure that you use a
proper adapter. The TV is compatible with the following adapters:
• EDAC POWER ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.: EA 1050E-120
• LI SHIN INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISE CORP.: 0217B1240
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Optimal Viewing Distance
128 cm
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Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install
in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized or grounding-type plug: A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the
other. A grounding type plug has two blades
and a third grounding prong. The wide blade
or the third prong are provided for your
safety. If the provided plug does not fit into
your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
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10. Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched particularly at the plug, convenience receptacles, and the point where they
exit from the apparatus.
11. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
12. Only use attachments/accessories specified
by the manufacturer.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as
if the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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Personal Safety
To avoid overloading the power supply, do not
plug too many electrical devices into an outlet or
extension cable.
Dangerous high-voltage electric power components are located inside the TV. To avoid electric
shock, do not disassemble the casing.
Do not place or drop metals, small objects, or
flammable materials in the vent to avoid an electric shock or a fire.
If the TV is dropped, falls down, or is otherwise
damaged, unplug the power cord immediately
and notify a qualified service technician.
If any fluid is sprayed or dropped into the TV,
remove the power plug immediately and notify a
qualified service technician.
The screen of the TV is made of glass, be careful to avoid hitting or scraping it. If the screen is
broken, avoid cutting yourself on the broken
glass.
Do not allow children to use the TV unattended
to avoid accidents caused by improper operation.
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Installation
To avoid damage to power circuits, do not place
the TV in locations where there is excessive
steam or dust.
Do not place the TV on a bed, sofa, carpet, or in
a sealed cabinet to avoid blocking the product's
vents.
Install the outdoor antenna far from power transmission lines to avoid possible danger.
Remove the power cord and antenna connector
when there is a storm or when the TV is not in
use for a long period to avoid electric shock from
lightning.
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Operation
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This product is designed for power sources as
labeled on the casing. Avoid using any other
power accessories to avoid electric shock or
other damage.
The plug can be inserted into an outlet in only
one direction. Notify a qualified service technician if you cannot plug it in correctly.
If there is any problem that cannot be resolved
according to the instructions given in this manual, notify a qualified service technician immediately. Do not attempt any methods not covered in
this manual.
Maintenance
Do not attempt to repair the TV by yourself.
Notify a qualified service technician. Ask the service technician to complete a safety inspection
before switching the power on after completing
any maintenance.
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Regulatory Information
FCC Compliance Statement1
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
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Warning: A shielded-type power cord is required in order to meet FCC
emission limits and also to prevent interference to nearby radio and television reception. It is essential that only the supplied power cord be
used. Use only shielded cables to connect I/O devices to this equipment. You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your
authority to operate the equipment.
1. applies only to products purchased in the United States of America
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DOC Compliance Notice1
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the Radio Interference
Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.This
device complies with Canada ICES-003 Class B.
CE Conformity Statement2
This device complies with the requirements set out in the Council Directive on the approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating to
Electromagnetic Compatibility (89/336/EEC) and the Amendment Directive (92/31/EEC), Low-Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) and the Amendment Directive (93/68/EEC).
1. applies only to products purchased in Canada
2. applies only to products purchased in the European Union
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Introducing the TV
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You can watch broadcast or cable
television channels, and easily
connect a VCR, VCD, or DVD player
or a game device to the standard RCA
and S-Video input ports that are
included in the 4-IN-1 cable.
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Thank you for purchasing this Liquid
Crystal Display TV. Your LCD TV is
designed to be safe, versatile, and
easy to use. The design of the product
is based on sport watch, which makes
it a fun addition to any room.
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Convenient control buttons located on the top of the panel let you
change channels, adjust the volume, and change display settings
through an easy-to-use on-screen menu system. The built-in stereo
speakers provide full, rich sound and a convenient audio output port
lets you connect to an external audio system or headphones.
Features
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12.1inch color TFT LCD TV
Safe and sturdy construction
Built-in TV tuner
4-IN-1 cable
On-Screen Display (OSD) menu system
Built-in 3W+3W speakers
Clock and Thermometer/Hygrometer
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Checking Package Contents
Make sure the following components are included in the box. Contact
your vendor immediately if anything is missing or damaged.
TV
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Quick Start Guide
User's Man
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Quick Sta
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Warranty and
Service Manual
Warranty
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Wire Material Package
4-IN-1 Cable
RCA Jack x 3
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Getting to Know Your TV
Front View
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Signal sensor
Description
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Menu
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Select channel
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Power
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Adjust volume
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Stereo speakers
Power LED
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Function
Turns the On-Screen Display (OSD)
menus on and off.
Changes channels. Press CH + to
increase the channel number. Press CH –
to decrease the channel number.
Turns the TV on and off.
Press VOL + to increase volume.
Press VOL – to decrease the volume.
Selects the input source to be displayed
(TV/CATV, AV, or S-Video).
Play audio content.
Green LED indicates power on.
Input and Output Ports
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Open the cover
before connecting the cable.
Description
ANT
DC-IN
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HEADPHONE AV IN
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Function
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ANT
Connects to an antenna or CATV
cable television line.
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DC-IN
Connects to the included power
adapter.
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HEADPHONE
Connects to headphones or other
audio device.
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AV IN
Connects to VCR/VCD/DVD player
CVBS RCA cables or a game
device.
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Getting Started
Placing the Clock and Thermometer/Hygrometer
Clock
1.Turn the clock so that the screw points
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to the 11 o'clock position as shown (A).
2.Turn the clock face clockwise as shown
(B). The clock is locked into place.
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Removing the Clock and Thermometer /Hygrometer
Clock
1.Hold the clock and twist it counterclockwise as shown to unlock it.
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Note: place your fingers as shown
to avoid damage to the LCD panel.
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THERMOMETER
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Connecting to an Antenna or Cable TV
1 Connect one end of the UHF or CATV cable to the ANT Jack
(VHF/UHF IN Jack) on the back of the TV.
2 Connect the other end of the VHF/UHF (Antenna) or CATV cable to
the antenna socket or CATV cable.
Antenna
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ANT jack
(VHF/UHF IN jack)
Antenna/CATV
coaxial cable
Note
If you cannot receive channels after connecting to an antenna or cable TV
line, try scanning for channels. See “Auto Program” on page 46.
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Connecting to AV Devices
Connect external devices such as a VCR, VCD or DVD player, or
video game to the TV using the 4-IN-1 cable.
Connecting to a VCR/VCD/DVD Player
The illustration presented here shows how to connect the TV to a
VCR and VCD or DVD player. Actual connections may vary according to the make and model of the device. Refer to the user’s manual
included with the device for more detailed instructions.
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S-Video
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4-IN-1 cable
4-IN-1 cable
AV connectors
Note
The cables are color-coded (black, red, white, yellow). Connect each colorcoded cable to the appropriate connector on your device.
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Connecting to a Video Camera
The instructions presented here are a general guide to connecting
the TV to a camcorder or other type of digital camera. Actual connections may vary according to the make and model of the device. Refer
to the user’s manual included with the camcorder or camera for more
detailed instructions.
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The cables are color-coded (black, red, white, yellow). Connect each colorcoded cable to the appropriate connector on your device.
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Connecting to a Game Device
The instructions presented here are a general guide to connecting
the TV to a game device using the RCA Jacks provided (some game
devices may require a unique adapter that is not provided). Actual
connections may vary according to the make and model of the game
device. Refer to the user’s manual included with the game device for
more detailed instructions.
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AV connectors
Notes
• Connect the 4-IN-1 cable connectors to the corresponding connectors on
your game device adapter.
• If the 4-IN-1 cable does not fit the game device, then insert the included
RCA jack between the 4-IN-1 cable and the game device.
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Connecting External Speakers or Headphones
External speakers or headphones may be used to listen to the TV
rather than using the built-in speakers. Connect external speakers or
headphones to the headphone line out port as illustrated.
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10
70
Headphones
05
55
30
60
50
40
25
10
HEADPHONE AV IN
Speakers
Speaker/Headphone
line out port
Notes
• External speakers or headphones are not included with the product.
• The internal TV speakers will not output sound when headphones are
plugged in.
• Use external speakers with amplifiers only.
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Connecting the Power Adapter
1 Connect the power cord to the power adapter as illustrated.
2 Plug the power adapter connector into the DC-IN input jack on the
rear panel of the TV.
3 Insert the three-pronged plug at the other end of the power cord into
a power outlet.
Power outlet
20
50
0
30
X
45
35
20
0
-10
10
13
0
V III
VII
20 30
IX
VI
30
40
V
10
QUARTZ
20
CF
THERMOMETER
IIII
50
80 90 100
0
III
70
12
0
-1
0
0
-2
I
Three-pronged
plug
15
110
40
100
%
XII
II
90
50 60
HYGROMTER
XI
10
70
80
40
05
55
30
60
50
40
25
10
Power cord
ANT
DC-IN
HEADPHONE AV IN
DC-IN
Power adapter
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Using the TV
Using the Remote Control
For best results, use the remote control within a distance of 5 meters
from the front of the TV’s signal sensor. Do not exceed an angle of 30
degrees when pointing at the signal sensor. Refer to the following
illustration.
3m
30
30
3m
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5m
Turning the TV On and Off
1 Press the POWER button on
the remote control (or control
panel). The power LED on the
TV:10
front of the TV changes from
dark to green, indicating that
the power has been turned on.
2 Press the POWER button
again; the power LED changes
Power/Power LED
from green to dark, indicating
that the TV is in off mode.
Selecting Channels
Press the CH UP button and the Channel down Channel up
CH DOWN button on the control
panel to select the channel or
enter the specific channel
number by pressing the number
buttons on the remote control.
MENU
CH -
CH +
VOL -
VOL +
SOURCE
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Switching Source Sigals
Press SOURCE on the remote
control or control panel to select
the incoming source signal.
Current source setting
MENU
CH -
The current source setting
(TV/CATV, S-Video, or AV)
appears on the top left corner of
the screen.
CH +
VOL -
VOL +
SOURCE
S-VIDEO
Note
The TV supports S-Video input in addition to normal video and audio
signals.
Adjusting the Volume
Press the VOL UP button to
increase the volume. Press
the VOL DOWN button to
decrease the volume. The
volume level is displayed on
the TV.
Press MUTE on the remote
control to turn the sound off.
Press MUTE on the remote
control or press VOL UP /
VOL DOWN to turn the sound
on.
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Volume up
Volume down
MENU
CH -
CH +
VOL -
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Volume level
VOL +
SOURCE
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Adjusting On-Screen Display (OSD)
Settings
The On-Screen Display (OSD) menu system provides a quick and
simple method to adjust your TV’s settings. This chapter describes
how to change each of the available settings.
The OSD can be used with either the remote control or the front control panel.
Button Descriptions
Control Panel
MENU
CH UP
MENU
CH +
CH DOWN
MENU
CH –
MENU
The following sections explain how to adjust settings in the OSD
menus using the control panel
OSD Setting Menu
Main Menu
MENU
ETO
Video Setting
CH CH +
ENTER
Press the MENU button to enter
the OSD menus.
The Main Menu appears
Note
To exit the OSD menus at any time, press the CH UP button or CH DOWN to
select Exit
. Then press MENU to exit the OSD menus. Also, after you
finish setting OSD parameters, follow these instructions to exit the OSD
menus; alternatively, wait 15 seconds for the OSD to close automatically.
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Brightness
1 Press MENU to enter the OSD
Main Menu
ETO
menus.
2 Press the CH UP button or CH
Brightness
50
DOWN button to select Brightness.
3 Press MENU. The brightness slide
ENTER
bar appears.
4 Press the CH UP button to increase
the brightness.
5 Press the CH DOWN button to
decrease the brightness.
6 Press MENU to confirm the setting
and return to the Main menu.
Notes
The new setting is confirmed automatically
when the OSD times out.
BRIGHTNESS
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MAX
MID
MIN
100
50
0
Contrast
1 Press MENU to enter the OSD
Main Menu
ETO
menus.
2 Press the CH UP button or CH
Contrast
50
DOWN button to select Contrast.
3 Press MENU. The contrast slide
ENTER
bar appears.
4 Press the CH UP button to increase
the contrast.
5 Press the CH DOWN button to
decrease the contrast.
6 Press MENU to confirm the setting
and return to the Main menu.
Note
The new setting is confirmed automatically
when the OSD times out.
CONTRAST
MAX
MID
MIN
100
50
0
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Video Setting
Main Menu
MENU
ETO
Video Setting
CH CH +
ENTER
Press the MENU button to enter
the OSD menus.
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select Video
Setting.
2 Press MENU to enter the
Video Setting menu.
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Hue
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
Video Setting
DOWN button to select Hue.
G
R B
2 Press MENU to enter the Hue
Hue
G
R
50
menu.
3 Press the CH UP button to increase
ENTER
the hue towards the red spectrum.
The image becomes more red.
4 Press the CH DOWN button to
decrease the hue towards the
green spectrum. The image
becomes more green.
5 Press MENU to confirm the setting
and return to the Video Setting
menu.
Note
The new setting is confirmed automatically
when the OSD times out.
HUE
MAX
MID
MIN
100
50
0
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Saturation
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
Video Setting
DOWN button to select Saturation.
RGB
2 Press MENU to enter the
Saturatuon
50
Saturation menu.
3 Press the CH UP button to increase
ENTER
the saturation. The screen image
becomes more vibrant.
4 Press the CH DOWN button to
decrease the saturation. The
screen image becomes less
vibrant.
5 Press MENU to confirm the setting
and return to the Video Setting
menu.
Note
The new setting is confirmed automatically when the OSD times out.
SATURATION
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MAX
MID
MIN
100
50
0
Sharpness
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
Video Setting
DOWN button to select Sharpness.
RGB
2 Press MENU to enter the
Sharpness
50
Sharpness menu.
3 Press the CH UP button to increase
ENTER
the sharpness.
4 Press the CH DOWN button to
decrease the sharpness.
5 Press MENU again to confirm the
setting and return to the Video Setting menu.
Note
The new setting is confirmed automatically
when the OSD times out.
SHARPNESS
MAX
MID
MIN
100
50
0
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Color Temperature
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
Video Setting
DOWN button to select Color.
RGB
Color
2 Press MENU to enter the Color
menu. The following three color
temperatures are available.
ENTER
Standard Color
Press the CH UP button or CH DOWN
button to select Standard, then press
MENU.
Warm Color
Press the CH UP button or CH DOWN
button to select Warm, then press
MENU.
Cold Color
Press the CH UP button or CH DOWN
button to select Cold, then press MENU.
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Audio Setting
Main menu
MENU
ETO
Audio Setting
CH CH +
ENTER
Press the MENU button to enter
the OSD menus.
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select Audio
Setting.
2 Press MENU to enter the
Audio Setting menu.
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Treble
Audio Setting
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select Treble.
2 Press MENU to enter the Treble
Tr e b l e
48
menu.
3 Press the CH UP button to increase
ENTER
the treble.
4 Press the CH DOWN button to
decrease the treble.
5 Press MENU to confirm the setting
and return to the Audio Setting
menu.
Note
The new setting is confirmed automatically when the OSD times out.
Treble
40
MAX
MID
MIN
100
50
0
Bass
Audio Setting
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select Bass.
2 Press MENU to enter the Bass
Bass
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menu.
3 Press the CH UP button to increase
ENTER
the bass.
4 Press the CH DOWN button to
decrease the bass.
5 Press MENU to confirm the setting
and return to the Audio Setting
menu.
Note
The new setting is confirmed automatically when the OSD times out.
Bass
MAX
MID
MIN
100
50
0
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Balance
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
Audio Setting
DOWN button to select Balance.
2 Press MENU to enter the Balance
Balance
L
R
50
menu.
3 Press the CH DOWN button to shift
ENTER
the balance to the left speaker.
4 Press the CH UP button to shift the
balance to the right speaker.
5 Press MENU to confirm the setting
and return to the Audio Setting
menu.
Note
The new setting is confirmed automatically
when the OSD times out.
Balance
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MAX
MID
MIN
R (100)
50
L (0)
TV Setting
Main Menu
MENU
ETO
TV Setting
CH CH +
ENTER
Press the MENU button to enter
the OSD menus.
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select TV
Setting.
2 Press MENU to enter the TV
Setting menu.
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TV/CATV
TV
AUTO
SET
Setting
MENU
SET
Channel
+-
DOWN button to select TV/CATV.
2 Press MENU to enter the TV/CATV
TV/CATV
TV
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
menu. The following choices are
CATV
available.
ENTER
TV
AUTO
SET
Setting
MENU
SET
Channel
+-
TV/CATV
TV
Receiving Broadcast TV
Press theCH UP button or CH DOWN
button to select TV, then press MENU.
CATV
ENTER
TV
AUTO
SET
Setting
MENU
SET
TV/CATV
TV
ENTER
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Receiving Cable TV
Channel
CATV
+-
Press theCH UP button or CH DOWN
button to select CATV (default), then
press MENU.
MTS
TV
Setting
AUTO
SET
MENU
SET
Channel
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select MTS.
+-
2 Press MENU to enter the MTS
MTS
menu.
SAP
MAIN
DUAL
ENTER
TV
Setting
AUTO
SET
MENU
SET
Channel
+-
MTS
SAP
MAIN
DUAL
MAIN
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select MAIN
(default). MAIN is highlighted in
red.
2 Press MENU again to confirm the
ENTER
selection.
TV
Setting
AUTO
SET
MENU
SET
Channel
+-
SAP
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select SAP. SAP is
highlighted in red.
MTS
SAP
MAIN
DUAL
2 Press MENU again to confirm the
selection.
ENTER
TV
Setting
AUTO
SET
MENU
SET
Channel
+-
DOWN button to select DUAL.
DUAL is highlighted in red.
MTS
MAIN
DUAL
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
SAP
DUAL
2 Press MENU to confirm the selection.
ENTER
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Auto Program
TV
AUTO
SET
Setting
MENU
SET
Channel
+-
DOWN button to select
Auto Program.
AUTO Program
NO
YES
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
2 Press MENU to enter the Auto Program menu.
ENTER
3 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select Yes or No.
4 Press MENU.
Channel
Indicator
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The screen goes blank and the channel indicator values range from 2 to
69 (antenna connection) or from 1 to
125 (CATV cable connection).
The screen displays the first channel
that is successfully found after scanning is complete.
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Manual Program
This function allows you to locate channels for adding to or erasing
from preset channels.
TV
AUTO
SET
Setting
MENU
SET
Channel
+-
Manual Program
DOWN
Up
3
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select
Manual Program.
2 Press MENU to enter the Manual
Program menu.
ENTER
3 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to find the channel
you want to add.
4 When you have found the channel,
press MENU.
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Channel Add/Erase
Channel to be added or erased must be selected from manual program.
TV
AUTO
SET
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
Setting
MENU
SET
Channel
+-
CH.Add/Erase
2
Add
Erase
3
DOWN button to select
CH. Add/Erase.
Press MENU to enter the CH.
Add/Erase menu. Select one of the
following options.
ENTER
Add Channel
1 Press the CH UP button to select
2
Add.
Press the MENU to add the
selected channel.
Erase Channel
1 Press the CH DOWN button to
select Erase.
2 Press MENU to delete the selected
channel.
When you return to the normal TV
screen and use the CH UP / CH
DOWN button to browse channels,
the deleted channel (for example,
Channel 3) is skipped automatically.
Note
You can still access the deleted channel
by entering the channel number using
the number buttons on the remote control.
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Miscellaneous Setting
Main Menu
MENU
ETO
Miscellanous
CH CH +
ENTER
Press the MENU button to enter
the OSD menus.
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select
Miscellaneous.
2 Press MENU to enter the Miscellaneous menu.
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OSD Position
OSD Position
OSD
OSD
H-Position
50
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select OSD
Position.
2 Press MENU to enter the OSD
Position menu.
The following options are available.
ENTER
Horizontal Position
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
OSD Position
DOWN button to select H. Position.
OSD
OSD
H-Position
48
ENTER
2 Press MENU.
3 Press the CH DOWN button to
move the OSD screen to the left.
Press the CH UP button to move
the OSD screen to the right.
4 Press MENU to confirm the setting.
Vertical Position
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
OSD Position
OSD
DOWN button to select V. Position.
OSD
V- P o s i t i o n
48
ENTER
2 Press MENU.
3 Press the CH DOWN button to
move the OSD screen downward.
Press the CH UP button to move
the OSD screen upward.
4 Press MENU to confirm the setting.
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Language
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select Language.
2 Press MENU to enter the Language
menu.
The screen displays the available
OSD languages: English and
T-Chinese (Traditional Chinese).
3 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select a language.
4 Press MENU to confirm your
choice.
Note
The default language setting is Tranditional Chinese.
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Sleep Timer
The sleep timer turns the TV off automatically after a set period of
time.
Miscellaneous
Z
OSD
Z
CH
Z
DOWN button to select Sleep.
2 Press MENU to enter the Sleep
Sleep
OFF
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
30 60 90 120
menu.
3 The screen displays the available
ENTER
sleep timer setting:
–
–
–
–
–
Miscellaneous
OSD
Z
Z
CH
Z
Sleep
OFF
ENTER
52
30 60 90 120
Off
30 minutes
60 minutes
90 minutes
120 minutes
4 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select a setting.
5 Press MENU to confirm your
choice.
OSD Display
This setting allows you to set whether information such as the
selected channel is shown on the TV screen when the DISPLAY
button is pressed.
Miscellaneous
Z
OSD
Z
DOWN button to select
CH
Z
OSD Display
On
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
Off
OSD Display.
2 Press MENU to enter the OSD
Display menu.
ENTER
3 Press the CH UP button or CH
DOWN button to select On or Off.
4 Press MENU to confirm your
choice.
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Reset
The Reset function returns all of your TV’s user settings to their factory defaults.
Warning:
The reset function will erase all of your custom and favorite channel
settings, and will reset all display settings (such as contrast, brightness, etc.) to the factory default values. The reset function cannot be
reversed once it begins.
Miscellaneous
Z
OSD
Z
DOWN button to select Reset.
CH
Z
Reset
Yes
1 Press the CH UP button or CH
No
2 Press MENU to enter the Reset
menu.
3 Press the CH UP button or CH
ENTER
DOWN button to select Yes or No.
By default, No is already selected
(highlighted in red).
4 Press MENU to confirm your
choice.
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Taking Care of Your TV
Turn the power off before you begin cleaning the
TV.
For best results, use a clean lens cloth to
remove dust and fingerprints from the screen.
GAS
OIL
Do not wipe the shell of the TV with alcohol,
methanol, gasoline or oil products to avoid damaging the finish. Wipe the shell with a dry soft
cloth and use neutral cleaning fluids.
If your model has leather components, wipe the
leather parts with a dry cloth and keep the area
dry. Place the TV far from sources of steam to
avoid making the leather wet.
Be careful to remove the power plug correctly.
Hold the plug instead of pulling the power cord.
Arrange the power cord with other cords to avoid
knotting or bending which may cause fire due to
damage or electric leakage.
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05
55
50
I
IX
V II
QUARTZ
20
V
VI
25
30
40
IIII
I
III
VII
35
56
15
45
II
X
XII
10
XI
Notices for using the clock
• Don't try to open or remove the case.
• If there's any condensation on the surface, contact the dealer or return the clock to the factory
for service.
• Don't use the clock in an environment of
extreme temperatures.
• The clock is designed for normal use. Use it
carefully and do not drop the clock.
• Dampen a soft, dry cloth with water or a neutral
detergent to wipe the clock. Be sure not to use
volatile chemicals such as benzene, thinners, or
spray detergents.
• Prevent the clock from coming into coutact with
cosmetics such as hair spray, cologne, or sun
protection oil. Cosmetics may damage the plastic parts of the clock. If the clock comes into
contact with cosmetics, clean the clock with a
soft, dry cloth.
• Avoid using the clock where gasoline, detergents, sprays, binders, or paints are present.
The chemical reaction caused by these chemicals will damage the sealing O-ring, case, and
surface of the clock.
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Troubleshooting
Situation
Solution
•
•
•
No picture and sound.
•
•
•
No picture, or poor picture, sound is
OK.
Picture is not in color.
Picture is OK, no sound.
One of the speakers has no sound.
Can’t receive some TV channels using
cable TV.
Want to reset TV settings.
•
•
Check the antenna and cable connections.
Adjust the brightness in the OSD menus. See
“Brightness” on page 32.
•
Adjust the saturation in the OSD menus. See
“Saturation” on page 36.
•
Press the VOL UP button on the control panel
or remote control.
Make sure the MTS option is set to Main or
Dual. See “MTS” on page 45.
•
•
Adjust the balance in the OSD menus. See
“Balance” on page 42.
•
Try the Auto Program function in the OSD “TV
Setting” menu. See “Auto Program” on
page 46.
•
Use the Reset function in the OSD menu.
•
If OSD items are colored light blue, the system is in a state such that those settings are
not available. For example, video setting is
available in TV mode.
•
Make sure the video signal cable is connected properly.
Cannot operate menus.
No image but have sound.
Connect the power cord properly.
Press the POWER button on the control
panel or remote control.
Press the SOURCE button to cycle through
connected video sources.
Press the CH UP or CH DOWN to switch to
other TV stations.
Check the TV/CATV OSD settings. See
“TV/CATV” on page 44.
Make sure all cables are connected properly.
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Situation
Solution
•
No sound but have image.
•
•
•
Screen image turns over.
Snow appears on the screen.
Blurred or overlapped images.
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Make sure the source device is functioning
properly.
Set the volume to a higher level.
Make sure the audio cable is connected
securely.
Turn the mute off.
•
Make sure the video signal cable is connected properly.
•
Adjust the location of the antenna, placing it
far from roads or sources of interference.
Check the antenna and the video signal line
connections.
•
•
•
•
Readjust the sharpness setting.
Choose programs with high quality signals.
Adjust the direction of the antenna or change
the video signal cable.
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Specifications
F651-12A1
LCD Panel Size
12.1-inch TFT
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Best Resolution
800 (horizontal) x 600 (vertical)
Maximum Display Area
246 mm (H) x 184.5mm (W)
TV System
NTSC
Video System
S-Video Input and Composite Video Input (through the
4-IN-1 cable)
Audio System
Input: RCA Jack (L/R Audio Input through the 4-IN-1
cable)
Output: 3.5mm ø headphone jack x 1
Built-in Speakers
3W + 3W
Power Supply
100-240V, 50/60 Hz, 12V DC
Power Consumption
40W (Average)
Power Consumption (Standby)
0.9W Maximum
Optional Accessories
External Speakers
Weight (including base)
3.65 kg
Dimensions (including base)
366 mm (H) x 306 mm (W) x 180 mm (D)
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Glossary
Aspect Ratio The ratio of width to height of a film, image or display screen.
Broadcast TV Broadcasting video signals using high-frequency electromagnetic
waves to distribute television channels to viewers (standard TV broadcast).
CATV Community Antenna Television, the original name for cable TV. A television
distribution system that uses coaxial cable instead of the traditional radio broadcasting (over-the-air) method to deliver television, FM radio, and other services to
consumers.
Color Temperature Adjusting the color temperature enables you to set the intensity of white light. Color temperature is measured in Kelvin (K). Higher color temperatures result in a blue tint. Lower temperatures result in a red tint.
DUAL Used with SAP and NTSC, enables broadcast of the main broadcast signal
on one speaker, and the alternate audio speaker on the other speaker.
Hue Colors in a color system are measured by hue, saturation and luminance.
Hue indicates the predominant color.
LCD Liquid Crystal Display. A display technology that uses rod-shaped molecules
(liquid crystals) that flow like liquid and bend light.
Main is the default audio signal belonging to a particular channel.
MTS Multi-channel Television Sound. Enables reception of audio other than the
primary (MAIN) audio signal. DUAL enables reception of a stereo audio signal,
while SAP (Second Audio Program) enables reception of a separate channel that
may be a different language or completely different information such as the news.
RCA connector An RCA or phono connector is a plug and socket for a two-wire
(signal and ground) coaxial cable that is widely used to connect audio and video
components. RCA sockets are commonly found at the rear of audiovisual equipment.
RCA jack An RCA jack enables you to attach the 4-IN-1 cable to a device socket.
Refer to “Checking Package Contents” on page 17 and “Connecting to a Game
Device” on page 25.
SAP (Secondary Audio Program) is an audio channel used with the NTSC TV
standard for auxiliary transmission of such items as foreign language broadcasting
or teletext.
Saturation Chromatic purity indicating the amount of white contained in a color.
Fully saturated colors are pure colors; less saturated colors appear as pastel
shades.
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S-Video Super-video, a video cabling standard used to transmit video by keeping
brightness (Y) and color information (C) on separate channels. Most often used
with camcorders, VCRs, and quality receivers and amplifiers to provide sharper pictures.
VCD A compact disk format developed in 1993 by Sony and Philips to capture fullmotion video. A standard Video CD can hold 74 minutes of near VHS-quality video
and CD-quality sound.
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