HP | md5880n | User's Manual | HP MD5880N User's Manual

HP Pavilion
md5020n/md5820n/md5880n/md6580n
High-Definition Microdisplay TV
User’s Guide
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© Copyright 2005 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
Reproduction, adaptation or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under the copyright laws.
The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services.
Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions
contained herein.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
This TV incorporates High-definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) technology. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
SRS TruSurround XT, SRS, and
SRS Labs, Inc.
symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. SRS TruSurround XT technology is incorporated under license from
CableCARD™ is a trademark of Cable Television Laboratories, Inc.
Hewlett-Packard Company
Digital Projection and Imaging
1000 NE Circle Blvd.
Corvalis, OR 97330 USA
Edition 1, June 2005
CAUTION: This TV to be used only with the correct size HP audio/video stand designed for this HP microdisplay
TV. Use with other carts or stands is capable of resulting in instability causing possible injury.
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Safety Markings
The following safety markings may be present on the back of the TV or behind the front access door.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Symbol
Purpose
This symbol on the TV is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the TV's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to people.
This symbol on the TV is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the TV.
Important Safety Instructions
WARNING! Read and observe these precautions and all others in this manual to reduce the risk of injury and
equipment damage.
Read these instructions.Keep these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
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.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from the apparatus.
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11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination
to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
15. To avoid personal injury or damage to the TV, use at least two people to lift or move it.
16. If the TV is moved from a cold place, do not turn it on for a few hours so any internal condensation can
evaporate.
17. Install the TV upright on a horizontal, solid, flat surface away from excessive heat, dust, and vibration.
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18. Keep a clearance of at least 10 cm (4 inches) between the vents on the back of the TV and nearby walls or
enclosures. Allow free air circulation to prevent excessive heat buildup that could shut down or damage the
TV. Keep flammable objects or objects susceptible to heat damage at least 0.5 m (2 ft) away from the vents.
19. Do not allow liquid, food, or small objects to get inside the TV. If material gets inside, contact HP for
assistance.
20. Use only an approved power cord rated for the voltage and current marked on the product label. Do not
overload any outlet or extension cord above 80% of its rated power or current rating.
21. Do not remove any parts of the TV except as instructed by this manual, and only after allowing the TV to cool
down.
22. Do not operate the TV with any covers removed. Hazardous voltages exist inside the TV. There are no userserviceable parts inside except as described elsewhere in this manual.
In addition to these general precautions, be sure to observe the following precautions when using external television
antennas and cable systems with your TV. Failure to observe these precautions could result in fire, bodily injury,
and damage to your equipment.
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Call the CATV (cable television) system installer's attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC (U.S. National
Electrical Code), which provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable
ground must be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as
practical.
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the TV, be sure the antenna or cable system is
electrically grounded to protect against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of the US
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information about proper electrical grounding of the
mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the
grounding electrode.
Do not place an outside antenna system in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or
power circuits or where it can fall into power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system,
take extreme care to avoid touching power lines or circuits because contact with them could be fatal.
Item
Description
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Electric service equipment
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Power service grounding electrode system (NEC Art 250, Part H)
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Ground clamps
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Grounding conductors (NEC Section 810-21)
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Antenna discharge unit (NEC Section 810-20)
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Ground clamp
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Antenna lead-in wir
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall
be placed on the apparatus.
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Contents
Safety Markings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1 Setting Up the TV
What’s in the Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Carrying the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Features and Connectors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TV at a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connector Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Acccessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up the TV—The Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Planning Your Layout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Planning for Other Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Planning Your System Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting and Routing Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Choosing Your Video Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cables for HDMI, DVI-D, Component, S-Video, and Composite Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making Your Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable with Set-Top Cable Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Satellite Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable and VCR/DVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Box and VCR/DVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Satellite Receiver and VCR/DVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DVD Player or Video Gaming Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio: Stereo Sound System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio: Surround Sound or AV Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using a CableCARD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding a CableCARD Slot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing a CableCARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning the TV On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Plugging In the Power Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning On the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning Off the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Completing the Basic Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Finding Your Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 Using the Remote Control
Overview of the Buttons . . . . . .
Controlling the TV . . . . . . . . . .
Programming for Other Devices .
Controlling Other Devices . . . . .
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Watching a Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Channel . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing Closed Captions . . . . . . . . . .
Watching Another Video Source . . . . .
Watching Two Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning Off after a Delay . . . . . . . . . . .
Applying Parental Controls . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Permission Levels . . . . . . . . . . .
Blocking Certain Channels . . . . . . . . . .
Temporarily Suspending Controls . . . . .
Changing Your Password . . . . . . . . . .
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4 Adjusting the TV
Adjusting the Picture and Sound . . . . . . . . . .
Choosing the Best Picture Mode . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Size of the Picture . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Picture for Best Color . . . . .
Adjusting Other Picture Settings . . . . . . .
Adjusting Sound Settings . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customizing Your Channels and Sources. . . .
Adding or Deleting a Channel . . . . . . . .
Setting Up Favorite Channels . . . . . . . . .
Labeling the Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the On-Screen Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing Settings Using the Menu . . . . .
Picture Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sound Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Source Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lock Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Maintaining the TV . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the TV . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Lamp Module .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warning Light Problems . . . .
Startup Problems . . . . . . . . .
Picture Problems . . . . . . . . .
Channel Problems . . . . . . . .
Sound Problems . . . . . . . . .
General Problems . . . . . . . .
Remote Control Problems . . .
Testing the Operation . . . . . . . .
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6 Support and Warranty
Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contacting HP Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . .
Obtaining Repair Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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HP Limited Warranty Statement. . . . . . . . . . . . .
HP Microdisplay TV Limited Warranty Statement .
7 Reference Information
Specifications. . . . . . .
Safety Information. . . .
LED Safety . . . . . .
Mercury Safety . . .
Regulatory Information
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1
Setting Up the TV
What’s in the Box
Before setting up your TV, be sure your shipping box includes the following items. If the shipping box does
not contain all of the following items, contact HP.
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TV
Power cord
Remote control with two AAA batteries
Quick setup guide
User’s guide
NOTE: The TV does not include audio/video cables because most external equipment comes with the
required cables. Cables are also available from HP and at most electronics stores.
Carrying the TV
WARNING! To avoid personal injury or damage to the TV, use at least two people to lift or move the TV.
Lift with your legs.
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To lift the 58- or 65-inch model, place one hand in the recessed hand grip 2 above the vent on the
side panel, and hold the top front corner 1 with the other hand.
To lift the 50-inch model, place one hand under the bottom edge of the side panel 3, and hold the
top front corner 1 with the other hand.
What’s in the Box
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7
Features and Connectors
TV at a Glance
8
Item
Function
1
Speakers
Stereo sound, plus subwoofer for low-frequency effects.
2
Access door
Convenient access to connection panel and lamp module. To open, press in above HP
logo and release.
3
Lamp cover
Cover for replaceable lamp module.
4
Status lights
Shows power status, plus lamp and temperature problems, even when the access door is
closed.
5
Front cable tunnel
Path for cables coming out the front of the TV.
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Back cable tunnel
Path for cables going out the back of the TV.
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Connection panel
Connections for video and audio equipment. Located behind the access door.
8
Power button
Turns the TV on and off. (Also on remote control.)
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Settings and ok
buttons
Combined with the Ch and Vol buttons, moves and makes selections in the on-screen
menu. ok also shows the list of sources. (Also on remote control.)
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Vol + and Vol –
Changes the loudness of the sound. (Also on remote control.)
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Ch + and Ch –
Shows the next higher or lower channel. (Also on remote control.)
Setting Up the TV
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Connector Panel
Item
Function
1
CableCARD option
Provides space for adding support for premium cable functions.
2
Cable input connector
Connects RF coax cable from a cable service.
3
Antenna input connector
Connects RF coax cable from an antenna.
4
Service connectors
For HP service use only.
5
HDMI input connectors
Connects up to two HDMI or DVI-D sources. HDMI 2 has an optional
audio input.
6
Computer VGA input connectors
Connects a computer to show its screen and play its audio.
7
Component-video input connectors
Connects up to two component-video sources with audio.
8
S-video and composite-video input
connectors
Connects up to three S-video or composite-video sources with audio.
9
Surround-sound audio output
connector
Sends 5.1 surround sound output from antenna and cable sources to an
external sound system.
:
Stereo audio output connectors
Sends stereo audio output to an external sound system.
Acccessories
Enjoy more from your TV with HP accessories. You can purchase accessories at www.hpshopping.com or
through your TV dealer.
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HP TV stand—Sets the TV at an ideal viewing height, manages cables, and houses other home
entertainment equipment.
HP replacement lamp—Installs easily and brings your TV up to factory-fresh brightness.
HP CableCARD module—Lets you add a CableCARD to your TV, which eliminates a separate cable
box and simplifies TV operation.
Features and Connectors
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9
Setting Up the TV—The Basics
Planning Your Layout
Consider the following suggestions when planning your room layout:
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For the most comfortable viewing, place your seating around the center of the TV.
The best viewing distance is roughly 3 to 8 m (9 to 25 ft), but personal preferences vary widely. For
prolonged viewing of standard-definition TV channels, the upper end of this range might be more
comfortable.
Design the room so you can control the ambient light. Many people prefer viewing with minimal
lighting, but you can have good results if you avoid shining bright light directly onto the screen.
Two common input sources are a TV antenna and cable service, but other common sources are DVD
player, audio/video receiver, VCR, personal digital video recorder, video gaming device, and
satellite receiver.
Depending on your personal setup, try to locate devices to minimize the lengths of cables connecting
them to the TV. Use an HP TV stand or other quality stand to keep equipment close to the TV. If any
cable is longer than 3 m (10 ft), consider using high-quality, low-loss cables for best video and audio
quality.
For the ultimate home-theater experience, consider including a 5.1 surround sound system, such as a
Dolby Digital system. This system has five speakers and a subwoofer.
For an external sound system, see the following diagram for a possible speaker layout. Place all front
speakers at the same distance from the listener. Place the subwoofer near a wall or corner. Place
surround speakers at least as high as the listener's head. Experiment with the speaker placement.
CAUTION: Keep a clearance of at least 10 cm (4 inches) between the vents on the back of the TV and
nearby walls or enclosures. Allow free air circulation to prevent excessive heat buildup that could shut
down or damage the TV. Keep flammable objects or objects susceptible to heat damage at least 0.5 m
(2 ft) away from the vents.
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Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
1.
2.
3.
On the back of the remote control, press the latch on the battery cover and lift off the cover 1.
Insert two AAA batteries 2. Observe the + marks on the batteries.
Insert the tab on the battery cover into the case, and then snap the cover into place.
Planning for Other Equipment
Planning Your System Setup
The way you connect the individual components of your entertainment system depends on the devices you
have. The following diagram shows how several common types of devices could be connected. In particular,
it shows individual video and audio paths between devices.
TV source (cable, antenna)
TV decoder (cable box, satellite receiver)
TV recorder (VCR, digital video recorder)
Player (DVD, video gaming device)
Audio system (stereo, surround)
TV Signal
Video*
Audio
*Use best-quality video output available on your devices
See “Making Your Connections” on page 17 for examples of systems and connections.
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Connecting and Routing Cables
This TV provides convenient access to video and audio cable connections at the front of the TV. And it
provides simple paths for running the cables out the front or back.
CAUTION: Do not pull the door open by its corners. This can damage the latch. Push in above the HP logo
instead.
•
To plug in a cable, open the access door by pushing and releasing the door. Push above the HP logo.
•
•
For permanent connections, run the cables through the tunnel toward the back of the TV 1.
For temporary connections or for devices in front of the TV, run the cables through the tunnel that
comes out the front of the TV 2.
To close the door, push it closed until it latches.
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Choosing Your Video Connections
Many video devices have more than one type of output port. When you connect a device to the TV, choose
the connection that provides the best picture quality. The following table shows different types of connectors
with the highest picture quality listed at the top of the table.
Highest quality
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HDMI connection. Highest-quality, high-definition digital picture and digital
surround sound in one connection.
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DVI-D connection. Highest-quality, high-definition digital picture. Requires a
separate sound connection. (Requires a DVI-to-HDMI cable or adapter.)
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Component-video connection (YPbPr). High-quality, high-definition picture.
Requires a separate sound connection.
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Computer VGA connection (see “Computer” on page 28). High-quality
picture in single connector. Requires a separate sound connection.
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S-video connection. Good-quality, standard-definition picture. Requires a
separate sound connection.
Composite-video connection (yellow). Standard-quality, standard-definition
picture. Requires a separate sound connection.
Coaxial antenna or cable connection. Standard for picture and sound from
antenna or cable service. Digital signals can carry high-definition
programs and surround sound.
Standard quality
TIP: If you can set the video output from a source device to have 16:9 aspect (wide-screen picture), you
should select that setting. Refer to the instructions for the video device. This provides maximum
compatibility between the device and the TV.
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Cables for HDMI, DVI-D, Component, S-Video, and Composite Connections
The following diagrams show how to connect video devices with different types of video outputs. Use the
highest quality connection available on the device.
HDMI connection
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HDMI cable
NOTE: You can connect to the HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 inputs on the TV. The HDMI cable carries both the
video and audio signals.
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DVI-D connection
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DVI-toHDMI cable (or HDMI cable with DVI-to-HDMI adapter)
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Stereo RCA cable (two RCA)
NOTE: If you are using the TV speakers, connect a DVI device only to the HDMI 2 input on the TV. If you
are connecting audio directly to a sound system, you can connect DVI devices to the HDMI 1 and HDMI 2
inputs.
Component-video (YPbPr) connection
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Component-video cable (three RCA)
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Stereo RCA cable (two RCA)
NOTE: You can connect to the Component 1 and Component 2 inputs on the TV.
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S-video connection
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S-video cable
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Stereo RCA cable (two RCA)
NOTE: You can connect to the Video 1, Video 2, and Video 3 inputs on the TV. Only one S-video or
composite-video connection is supported for each of these three inputs.
Composite-video connection
•
Composite-video/audio cable (three RCA) or separate video and audio cables.
NOTE: You can connect to the Video 1, Video 2, and Video 3 inputs on the TV. Only one S-video or
composite-video connection is supported for each of these three inputs.
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Making Your Connections
If you have a TV antenna or cable service, use one of the basic connections listed in the following tables. If
you have other equipment, find the following examples that match your equipment.
Basic antenna and cable connections
To connect this equipment...
See...
Antenna
page 18
Standard cable (no set-top cable box)
page 19
Cable with set-top cable box
page 20
Other connections
To connect this equipment...
See...
Satellite receiver (with no VCR or DVR) page 21
Cable and VCR/DVR
page 22
Cable box and VCR/DVR
page 23
Satellite receiver and VCR/DVR
page 24
DVD player or video gaming device
page 25
Audio: Stereo sound system
page 26
Audio: Surround sound or AV receiver page 27
Computer
page 28
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Antenna
If your antenna cable has a standard coaxial connector, connect the cable to the TV as shown in the
following illustration.
TIP: If your antenna has flat, twin-lead cable or other type of cable, connect the antenna cable to a
coaxial adapter; then connect the adapter to the TV antenna input.
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To do this...
Do this...
Watch channels received by the antenna
Press Source and select Antenna.
Scan for available channels
See “Finding Your Channels” on page 32.
Connect additional equipment
See “Making Your Connections” on page 17.
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Standard Cable
If your cable service does not require a set-top cable box (STB), connect the cable to the TV as shown in the
following illustration. This setup enables you to watch unscrambled channels.
NOTE: Use this same connection if you install a CableCARD in your TV. See “Installing a CableCARD” on
page 30.
To do this...
Do this...
Watch cable channels
Press Source and select Cable.
Scan for available channels
See “Finding Your Channels” on page 32.
Connect additional equipment
See “Making Your Connections” on page 17.
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Cable with Set-Top Cable Box
If your cable service requires a set-top cable box (STB) to view scrambled channels, connect the components
to the TV as shown in the following illustration. This setup enables you to watch scrambled and unscrambled
channels.
NOTE:
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If your cable box has different connectors from those shown, use the highest quality video
connection available. Observe the color-coding on connectors.
For digital cable, your set-top cable box might require a special two-direction splitter. Contact
your cable provider for information. Or you can omit the splitter and omit the connection to the
TV cable input.
If all cable channels are scrambled, connect the incoming cable directly to the cable box (omit
the splitter and omit the connection to the TV cable input).
You can eliminate the cable box if your cable provider can install a CableCARD in the TV. See
“Installing a CableCARD” on page 30.
To do this...
Do this...
Watch cable-box channels
Press Source and select Component 1.
Watch cable channels directly
Press Source and select Cable.
Program the remote control to operate the cable box
See “Programming for Other Devices” on page 36.
Use the remote control to operate the cable box
Press Device to select STB.
Connect additional equipment
See “Planning for Other Equipment” on page 11.
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Satellite Receiver
If you have a satellite receiver (SAT) without a VCR or personal digital video recorder (DVR), you can connect
it as shown in the following illustration.
NOTE: If your device has different connectors from those shown, use the highest quality video connection
available. Observe the color-coding on connectors.
To do this...
Do this...
Watch satellite channels
Press Source and select Component 1.
Program the remote control to operate the satellite
receiver
See “Programming for Other Devices” on page 36.
Use the remote control to operate the satellite receiver
Press Device to select STB.
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Cable and VCR/DVR
If you have standard cable service or have a CableCARD installed and you have a VCR or personal DVR,
you can connect them as shown in the following illustration. You can also use this connection if you have a
DVR with built-in cable box capabilities.
NOTE:
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If your device has different connectors from those shown, use the highest quality video
connection available. Observe the color coding on connectors.
If all cable channels are scrambled and you have no CableCARD installed, connect the
incoming cable directly to the DVR cable box (omit the splitter and omit the connection to the
TV cable input).
To do this...
Do this...
Watch cable channels
Press Source and select Cable.
Watch VCR or DVR program
Press Source and select Video 1.
Scan for available channels
See “Finding Your Channels” on page 32.
Program the remote control to operate the VCR or DVR
See “Programming for Other Devices” on page 36.
Use the remote control to operate the VCR or DVR
Press Device to select AUX or DVR.
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Cable Box and VCR/DVR
If you have a set-top cable box (STB), and you have a VCR or personal DVR, you can connect them as shown
in the following illustration.
NOTE:
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•
If your devices have different connectors from those shown, use the highest quality video
connections available. Observe the color coding on connectors.
For digital cable, your set-top cable box might require a special two-direction splitter. Contact
your cable provider for information. Or you can omit the splitter and omit the connection to the
TV cable input.
If all channels are scrambled, connect the incoming cable directly to the cable box (omit the
splitter and omit the connection to the TV cable input).
You can eliminate the cable box if your cable provider can install a CableCARD in the TV. See
“Installing a CableCARD” on page 30.
To do this...
Do this...
Watch cable-box channels
Press Source and select Component 1.
Watch VCR or DVR programs
Press Source and select Video 1.
Watch cable channels directly
Press Source and select Cable.
Program the remote control to operate these devices
See “Programming for Other Devices” on page 36.
Use the remote control to operate the cable box
Press Device to select STB.
Use the remote control to operate the VCR or DVR
Press Device to select AUX or DVR.
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Satellite Receiver and VCR/DVR
If you have a satellite receiver and you have a VCR or personal DVR, you can connect them as shown in the
following illustration.
NOTE: If your devices have different connectors from those shown, use the highest quality video
connections available. Observe the color coding on connectors.
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To do this...
Do this...
Watch satellite channels
Press Source and select Component 1.
Watch VCR or DVR channels
Press Source and select Video 1.
Program the remote control to operate these devices
See “Programming for Other Devices” on page 36.
Use the remote control to operate the satellite receiver
Press Device to select STB.
Use the remote control to operate the VCR or DVR
Press Device and select AUX or DVR.
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DVD Player or Video Gaming Device
If you have a DVD player, video gaming device, or other device that has a standard video output, you can
connect it as shown in the following illustration.
NOTE:
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•
If your devices have different connectors from those shown, use the highest quality video
connections available.
Observe the color coding on connectors.
For a device connected temporarily, such as a camcorder or gaming device, run the cable
through the tunnel under the front of the TV.
To do this...
Do this...
Watch video from the DVD player
Press Source and select Component 2.
Watch video from the gaming device
Press Source and select Video 2.
Program the remote control to operate the DVD player
See “Programming for Other Devices” on page 36.
Use the remote control to operate the DVD player
Press Device to select DVD.
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Audio: Stereo Sound System
If you have a stereo sound system, you can play the TV sound through the sound system. You can connect
the stereo system as shown in the following illustration.
NOTE:
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Observe the color coding on connectors.
You can disable the TV speakers and listen to only the stereo speakers.
The volume buttons on the TV remote control normally adjust the volume of the TV stereo output.
This means you do not have to adjust the volume on the stereo system.
If you program the remote control to operate the audio device, the remote control adjusts the
volume of only the audio device and stops adjusting the volume of the TV output. However, the
volume buttons on the TV always adjust the TV output.
To do this...
Do this...
Program the remote control to operate the sound system
See “Programming for Other Devices” on page 36.
Use the remote control to operate the sound system
Press Device to select AUDIO.
Change the volume
Press the volume buttons on the TV remote control or on
the stereo system.
Disable the TV speakers
Press Settings and go to Sound > Advanced sound >
Internal speakers.
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Audio: Surround Sound or AV Receiver
If you have a 5.1 surround sound system or audio-video receiver, you can make the audio connection to
your TV as shown in the following illustration. You also can connect other equipment to the sound system.
NOTE:
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•
Observe the color-coding on connectors.
The digital audio output on the TV sends Dolby Digital surround sound only when you are
viewing a source connected to an antenna, cable, or HDMI input and only if the program
contains surround sound. Otherwise, the digital audio output sends digital stereo sound.
For other sources that have digital audio outputs, connect those outputs directly to the surround
sound system so you can hear surround sound. You can omit the audio connections to the TV
for those devices.
For other devices with only stereo outputs, you can connect those outputs to the surround sound
system or to the TV.
If the AV receiver also supports multiple video connections, you can connect video outputs from
other equipment to that device and then connect the video output from the receiver to the TV.
Use the highest quality video connections available.
To do this...
Do this...
Program the remote control to operate the sound system
See “Programming for Other Devices” on page 36.
Use the remote control to operate the sound system
Press Device to select AUDIO.
Change the volume
Press the volume buttons on the remote control.
Disable the TV speakers
Press Settings and go to Sound > Advanced sound >
Internal speakers.
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Computer
If your computer has a standard VGA video port, you can connect it to your TV as shown in the following
illustration. If the computer has DVI-D or S-video output, you can connect it to the TV as shown in “Cables
for HDMI, DVI-D, Component, S-Video, and Composite Connections” on page 14.
NOTE:
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If the computer display does not appear on the TV, you might have to press a combination of
keys on the computer to turn on the computer’s VGA output. For example, on some computers
you must press Fn+F4 or Fn+F5. For instructions, refer to the user documentation provided with
your computer.
The mini-phone cable is needed only if you want to hear computer sound on the TV.
To do this...
Do this...
View the computer display
Press Source and select VGA (see previous note).
Adjust the picture of the computer display
See “If a scrolling or cut-off image is displayed for a
computer connection” on page 62.
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Using a CableCARD
By installing a CableCARD in your TV, you can enjoy features normally provided by a set-top cable box
without connecting a cable box or operating another piece of equipment. For example, a CableCARD can
decode scrambled cable channels in your TV.
NOTE: The availability, setup, and pricing of CableCARD service is determined by your local cable
provider, not by HP. Contact your cable provider for information about this service in your area.
NOTE: Current CableCARD technology does not support interactive features requiring two-direction
communication, such as video-on-demand. Such features, if they are available in your area, require a settop cable box. Contect your cable provider for information about advanced features in your area.
Adding a CableCARD Slot
Certain TV models do not have a CableCARD slot. However, you can add this capability by purchasing a
CableCARD module from HP and installing it in your TV. This enables you to install a CableCARD provided
by your local cable provider.
CAUTION: The CableCARD module is extremely sensitive to static electricity and can be permanently
damaged by it. Handle the module only by the front plate. Before inserting the module into the TV,
discharge your body‘s static electricity by touching one of the video or audio connectors on the TV panel.
1.
2.
3.
Turn off the TV.
Open the front access door and find the CableCARD cover plate near the left end of the connection
panel.
Loosen the two screws 1 holding the cover plate and remove the plate 2.
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4.
5.
Insert the CableCARD module 1 into the opening and firmly press it into place until the front plate is
flush with the panel.
Tighten the two screws 2.
Installing a CableCARD
You must obtain the CableCARD from your local cable provider. After installing the card, follow any setup
instructions provided with the card.
1.
Hold the CableCARD with the front label facing up, and then insert it into the CableCARD slot.
2.
3.
Gently push the card into the slot until it stops. When fully inserted, the card sticks out of the slot.
Press Settings, go to Setup > Channel setup > Cable card, and press OK. Your cable provider uses the
information in the CableCARD screens to activate and configure the CableCARD.
To remove the CableCARD, pull the card out of the slot. The CableCARD functions are automatically
removed.
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Turning the TV On and Off
Plugging In the Power Cord
1.
2.
Connect one end of the power cord to the back of the TV.
Connect the other end to a grounded electrical circuit.
Turning On the TV
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•
Press the
power button on the side of the TV.
or
On the remote control, press Device until TV is selected, and then press the
power button.
The TV might take a minute or so to warm up and display a bright picture. The blue power light blinks during
warm up.
NOTE: It is normal for parts of the TV and the air coming out of the vents to be very warm. If the TV starts
to overheat, the red temperature warning light will turn on and the TV will shut down.
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Turning Off the TV
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•
Press the
power button on the TV.
or
On the remote control, press Device until TV is selected, and then press the
power button.
The internal fans continue to run for a short time during the cool-down period. Even though the TV is off, it
uses a small amount of power internally.
CAUTION: Do not disconnect power until the TV has cooled and the fan stops running—up to three
minutes after turning it off. Otherwise, you might shorten the life of the lamp.
If you turn on the TV again during the cool-down period, the TV might not turn on as quickly as normal.
Completing the Basic Setup
Finding Your Channels
After you connect your cable and antenna sources, you are ready to find the available channels on those
sources. These are the channels you can receive on the TV tuner using the Ch+ and Ch– buttons.
TIP: If you have a cable box or satellite receiver, you must set up that device to view channels from that
source. The TV tuner receives channels from only the antenna and cable inputs.
NOTE: The following steps can take from one minute up to 30 minutes or more.
If you have an antenna connected to the antenna input:
1.
2.
On the remote control, press Settings and go to Setup > Channel setup > Auto search antenna, and
then press OK.
Wait for the TV to scan all channels available from the antenna.
If you have cable service connected to the cable input:
1.
2.
3.
Press Settings and go to Setup > Channel setup > Cable service. Ask your cable provider if either HRC
or IRC is used and, if so, change this setting accordingly. For most cable providers, use the standard
setting.
On the remote control, press Settings and go to Setup > Channel setup > Auto search cable, and then
press OK.
Wait for the TV to scan all channels.
After all channels are found, you can manually add or remove channels from the list. See “Adding or
Deleting a Channel” on page 51.
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Setting the Time and Date
TIP: In many areas, the TV can automatically set the time and date using information on certain channels.
This keeps the clock accurate, even following a power outage. However, the TV can take an hour or more
to discover the required information.
1.
2.
3.
Press Info to display detailed source information. If the time and date are displayed and are correct,
stop here.
Press Settings and go to Setup > Time > Clock.
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If the setting is Auto and the time and date are correct, stop here.
•
If the setting is Auto but the time or date is not correct, change the setting to Manual and
continue to the next step.
In the menu under Setup > Time, set each of the following settings:
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Time zone
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Daylight savings (for most areas, Auto is the preferred setting)
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Date
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Time
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Using the Remote Control
Overview of the Buttons
Use the remote control to control all aspects of the TV operation. In addition, you can program the remote
control to operate other equipment in your entertainment system.
Remote control
Item
power button
Function
Turns the TV or other device on and off.
STB DVD TV AUDIO Shows which device is being controlled by the remote
DVR AUX
control (set-top cable box, DVD player, TV, audio
system, digital video recorder, auxiliary).
Options
Shows the functions of the four colored buttons.
Device
Lights the device indicator and changes the device
being controlled by the remote control.
Settings
Opens the main menu for the current device to view or
change settings.
Red/CC
Turns closed captions on and off.
Green/PIP
Changes the option for showing a second picture.
Yellow/SAP
Changes the secondary audio program option or
language.
Blue/SLEEP
Changes the delayed shutoff option.
Favorites
Shows the next of your favorite cable channels.
Sound
Changes to a different combination of sound settings.
Source
Selects an input source. Press again to show all
sources.
Picture
Changes to a different combination of picture and
color settings.
Guide
Shows the list of available channels for the current
source.
Aspect
Changes the size and stretching of the picture.
Info
Shows channel information or source information.
Direction, OK, and Moves through the on-screen menu and makes
back buttons
selections. See Settings above.
Volume buttons
Changes the loudness of the sound.
Last
Shows the previous channel or source viewed.
mute button
Temporarily turns the sound off and on.
Ch+ and Ch–
Shows the next higher or lower channel.
Player buttons
Controls a DVD player, VCR, or other device that plays
recorded video.
Number and Enter Enters channel numbers or other numeric input.
buttons
TIP: To control the TV, be sure the TV indicator is selected.
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Controlling the TV
NOTE: Before using the remote control, install two AAA batteries. See “Installing Batteries in the Remote
Control” on page 11.
Use the TV remote control to direct the complete operation of the TV. See the illustration on page 35.
To do this...
Do this...
Control the TV
Press Device until TV is selected.
Turn the TV on and off
Press
Change the channel
Press Ch+ or Ch– or see “Changing the Channel” on page 43.
Change the volume
Press volume buttons or see “Adjusting the Volume” on page 43.
View a different source
Press Source or see “Watching Another Video Source” on page 44.
Adjust the picture
Press Picture or see “Adjusting the Picture and Sound” on page 49.
View the on-screen menu
Press Settings or see “Using the On-Screen Menu” on page 52.
Use other TV functions on the remote control
See “Overview of the Buttons” on page 35.
power.
Programming for Other Devices
You can use the TV remote control to operate other equipment in your entertainment system. The following
tables list all the types of equipment you can control after you program the remote control.
NOTE: The remote control might not be compatible with all devices from a manufacturer listed in the tables
below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
In the following tables, find the listing for your device. Devices are listed according to the type of
device and manufacturer. Find the device code for your device. If several codes are listed, try them
one at a time in the order listed.
On the remote control, hold down the Options and
back buttons until the device indicator blinks
three times; then release the buttons.
Press Device until the required device indicator is lit. You must choose the correct indicator for the type
of device you are programming. See the following lists of device codes. For example, select STB when
programming the remote control for your set-top cable box.
On the number pad, enter the four-digit code for the device; then press Enter.
•
If the code is valid, the device indicator lights for three seconds.
•
If the code is invalid or you pressed a wrong button, the device indicator blinks rapidly for three
seconds. Go back to step 2 and hold down the Options and
back buttons.
Aim the remote control at your device and press the
power button on the remote contol.
•
If the device turns on or off, the programming is successful. If other functions do not work and
several device codes are listed, try a different code.
•
If the device does not respond, try these steps again, or, if several device codes are listed for this
device, repeat the steps using the next device code.
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You must program each piece of equipment using the correct device indicator listed in the
following tables. If you have two devices that use the same indicator, you can program the
second device as AUX.
You can delete a programmed device from the remote control. Program the device using device
code 0000. This is useful mainly for deleting an audio device so the volume and mute buttons
control the TV speakers instead of controlling the audio system.
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DVD Player
Includes DVD/VCRs.
Indicator = DVD (or AUX)
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
Code
Aiwa
Apex
1045
1000, 1001,
1002, 1018,
1019, 1020
1046
1050
1038
1015
1026
1027
1051
1047, 1064
1028, 1029
1048
1029, 1040
1003, 1068
1043
1030
1067
Harman Kardon
Hitachi
Irradio
JVC
Kenwood
Koss
Magnavox
Marantz
Memorex
Mintek
Mitsubishi
NAD
Nakamichi
Norcent
Onkyo
Oritron
Panasonic
1070
1041, 1042
1061
1005, 1008
1065
1062
1011
1056
1058
1031
1059, 1060
1028, 1052
1032
1033
1053, 1057
1034
1006, 1024
Philips
Pioneer
Proscan
Qwestar
RCA
Sampo
Samsung
Sanyo
Sharp
Sherwood
Sony
Sylvania
Techwood
Toshiba
Yamaha
Zenith
1007, 1012, 1013
1017, 1069
1003, 1066
1034
1003, 1014
1035
1004, 1022
1036, 1039
1021
1037
1009, 1010,
1023, 1025
1029, 1049
1054
1016
1055
1044, 1063
Code
Manufacturer
Code
Audiovox
Blaupunkt
Bose
Cherry
Claricon
Classic
Daewoo
Denon
Emerson
Fisher
Funai
GE
Go Video
GPX
Great Wall
Set-Top Cable Box
Includes cable boxes with digital video recorders.
Indicator = STB (or AUX)
Manufacturer
Code
ABC
GE
General
Instruments
Hitachi
2022, 2023
2022, 2023
Manufacturer
Jerrold
Motorola
Pioneer
2023, 2024, 2031 Proscan
2023
RCA
2023, 2024
Scientific Atlanta
2027, 2030, 2031 Signature
2033
Sony
2022, 2023
Time Warner
2024
2028, 2025, 2026
2023
2029
2032
Code
Manufacturer
Code
2005, 2010
2000, 2011
2017, 2018
2017, 2018
2006
Sony
Star Choice
SuperDish
Toshiba
2007, 2019, 2021
2016
2013
2004, 2008,
2014
2009, 2012
Satellite Receiver
Indicator = STB (or AUX)
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
BSB
DirecTV
Express Vu
GE
Hughes
Mitsubishi
Panasonic
2003
Philips
2001, 2020
Proscan
2015
2004, 2017, 2018 RCA
Samsung
2020
2002
Zenith
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Audio Device
Includes receivers, tuners, amplifiers, home theaters, cassette recorders, digital audio tape recorders, and phonographs.
Indicator = AUDIO (or AUX)
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
Code
Aiwa
Bose
Cambridge
Denon
3011
3007
3008
3003, 3014,
3015
3022
3031
3005, 3021
3020
3021
3004
Kenwood
Luxman
Marantz
Nakamichi
Onkyo
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Proscan
3024, 3016
3027
3034
3026
3033, 3035
3006, 3017, 3025
3009, 3010, 3012
3002
3031
Quasar
RCA Dimensia
RCA other
Sanyo
Scientific Atlanta
Sony
Technics
Toshiba
Yamaha
Zenith
3025
3018, 3019
3030, 3031
3022
3029
3013, 3023, 3032
3001, 3025
3036
3000, 3024
3028
Fisher
GE
Harman Kardon
Ibiza
JBL
JVC
Digital Video Recorder
Indicator = DVR (or AUX)
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
Code
Philips
RePlay
4001
4002
Sony
4004
Tivo
4000, 4003
HP Digital Entertainment Equipment
Indicator = DVR (or AUX)
Manufacturer
Code
HP Digital Entertainment
7000, 7111, 8000
HP Projector
Indicator = AUX
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Manufacturer
Code
HP
6000, 6111
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VCR
Includes TV/VCRs and DVD/VCRs.
Indicator = AUX
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
Admiral
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
5046, 5047, 5058
5030
5029
5019, 5020,
5041, 5042, 5056
5026
5023
5024, 5061
5026
5028
5040
5063
5030, 5033
5001
5025, 5026, 5027,
5030
5021
5025, 5026,
5033, 5053, 5060
5018, 5021,
5025, 5028, 5064
5027, 5029, 5030,
5040
5040
5018, 5064
5008, 5059
5026, 5053
5019, 5024,
5026, 5027, 5029,
5034, 5042,
5051, 5053, 5061
5023, 5052, 5060
5020
5029
5029
5018, 5025,
5028, 5043,
5051, 5064
5009, 5011,
5013, 5015,
5050, 5065
5021, 5026,
5053, 5055
5029, 5053
5021, 5063
5033
5012, 5031,
5032, 5038,
5041, 5043
5021, 5022,
5023, 5024,
5025, 5026,
5028, 5031,
5032, 5033,
5038, 5053
5031, 5032, 5041
JVC
Audiovox
Bell & Howell
Broksonic
Calix
Canon
Capehart
Carver
CCE
Challenger
Citizen
Colortyme
Craig
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
Daytron
Dimensia
Dixon
Electrohome
Emerson
Fisher
Fuji
Funai
Garrand
GE
Go Video
Goldstar
Gradiente
Harman Kardon
Harwood
Hitachi
JC Penney
Jensen
Code
5000, 5021,
5022, 5023,
5041, 5044, 5051
5021, 5022,
Kenwood
5023, 5041, 5044
5133
KLH
5026
Kodak
5026
LG
5060
Lloyds
5033
Logik
5026
LXI
5053
Magnasonic
5006, 5028, 5037,
Magnavox
5063
5021, 5022,
Marantz
5023, 5055, 5063
5017, 5023, 5025,
Memorex
5026, 5029, 5037,
5046, 5047, 5053,
5054, 5060
5034, 5042
MGA
5031, 5032, 5038
Minolta
5002, 5004,
Mitsubishi
5005, 5031,
5032, 5034, 5042,
5044, 5053
Montgomery Ward 5046, 5047
5046, 5047
Motorola
5025
MTC
5025, 5029, 5033
Multitech
5021, 5022,
NEC
5023, 5041,
5044, 5055
5026
Nikko
5025
Noblex
5026, 5046, 5047,
Optimus
5053
5035
Optonica
5051, 5053, 5061
Orion
5003, 5007, 5028,
Panasonic
5039, 5053, 5060
5031, 5032,
Pentax
5038, 5043
5028, 5061
Philco
5035, 5063
Philips
5022, 5031,
Pioneer
5044, 5048
5040
Portland
5018, 5064
Proscan
5028, 5053
Quasar
5026, 5035, 5047,
Radio Shack
5053
5023, 5025, 5026,
Radio Shack/
5028, 5029, 5035,
Realistic
5046
5026
Radix
Manufacturer
Code
RCA
5018, 5019,
5025, 5031,
5032, 5038,
5043, 5064
5023, 5025,
5026, 5027, 5028,
5029, 5035,
5046, 5047, 5053,
5060
5045, 5049
5037
5016, 5025, 5027
5022, 5041, 5044
5010, 5023,
5025, 5052, 5060
5024, 5027, 5034,
5053
5023, 5026,
5031, 5032,
5038, 5052,
5053, 5060
5035, 5046, 5047,
5054, 5058
5020, 5032, 5033
5046, 5047
5058
5033, 5045, 5049
5020, 5036
5038
5028, 5029,
5034, 5063
5029, 5060
5023
5026
5041
5029, 5041
5039
5026, 5029, 5053
5027, 5031,
5034, 5042, 5057,
5060, 5062
5025, 5026, 5053
5025
5021, 5022, 5027
5021, 5022, 5027,
5042
5025, 5026, 5027,
5029, 5031,
5032, 5033,
5035, 5038,
5046, 5047, 5053,
5054, 5060, 5063
5029, 5033
5021, 5022,
5023, 5041
5014, 5020,
5037, 5045, 5049,
5053, 5056
Realistic
Ricoh
Runco
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Shintom
Signature
Signature 2000
Singer
Sony
STS
Sylvania
Symphonic
Tandy
Tashiko
Tatung
Teac
Technics
Teknika
Toshiba
Totevision
Unitech
Vector Research
Video Concepts
Wards
XR-1000
Yamaha
Zenith
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Controlling Other Devices
After you program the remote control for another device, you can control that device using these basic
functions.
1.
2.
Press Device to select the indicator for the device you want to operate. You cannot select an indicator
that is not programmed.
Press buttons on the remote control to operate the device. See the following tables.
NOTE: The following lists show basic functions. Some devices might support other functions not listed
below. Other devices might not support all functions.
All devices
To do this...
Press...
Control the device
Device one or more times
Turn device on and off
Change device settings (using device menu)
Settings, then
Display information
Info
,
,
,
, and OK
DVD player
To do this...
Play
Press...
*
Pause
*
Stop
*
Jump to next scene (chapter)
*
Jump to previous scene (chapter)
*
Fast forward
*
Fast backward
*
Select from DVD menu
Menu, then
*While
,
,
To do this...
Press...
Change channel
Ch+ or Ch–
Go to channel
0 through 9, then Enter
Previous channel
Last
Display channel guide
Guide
Satellite receiver
To do this...
Press...
Change channel
Ch+ or Ch–
Go to channel
0 through 9, then Enter
Previous channel
Last
Display satellite guide
Guide
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DVD or TV is selected
Set-top cable box
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,
Audio system, audio/video receiver
To do this...
Press...
Adjust volume
Vol+ and Vol–*
*
Temporarily turn sound off and on
Change source
Source
*
While any indicator is selected.
Personal digital video recorder
To do this...
Press...
Play
Pause
Stop
Record
Rec
Fast forward
Fast backward
Jump forward
Jump backward
Display channel list
one or more times
Guide
Display list of recordings
Menu
HP projector
To do this...
Press...
Change picture mode
Picture
Change picture source
Source
VCR
To do this...
Press...
Play
Pause
Stop
Record
Rec
Fast forward
Rewind, fast backward
Change channel
Ch+ or Ch–
Go to channel
0 through 9 then Enter
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Watching the TV
Watching a Show
The following topics show several ways to control your TV or video show. If you want to adjust the picture
or the TV, see “Adjusting the Picture and Sound” on page 49.
Changing the Channel
There are several ways to change channels on the TV.
To do this...
Press...
Browse to a channel
Ch+ and Ch–
Go to a channel
For standard channels, 0 through 9 and then Enter. You can
enter channels as 1,2, or 3 digits. Examples: 12, 012.
For digital channels, 0 through 9, –, 0 through 9, and then Enter.
The sub-channel digits come after the –. Example: 23-1.
Go to previous channel
Last
Go to the next of your favorite cable channels
Favorites
Choose from full list of channels
Guide, then Ch+, Ch–,
Display information about the current channel
Info
,
, and OK
In the channel and information listings, these indicators give information about the channel.
Indicator
Meaning
Included in list of favorite cable channels
Requires password to view
Surround sound program
Received on antenna input
Strength of digital signal on antenna input
Adjusting the Volume
•
•
•
Press the
volume+ and
volume– buttons.
To temporarily stop the sound, press the
mute button.
To quickly choose a sound mode that has the characteristics you want, press Sound one or more
times. For example, the subwoofer turns off in Quiet mode.
TIP: The volume buttons on the remote control always change the volume of the TV speakers or an external
sound system, even if TV or AUDIO is not selected on the remote control.
NOTE: The volume and mute buttons also affect the stereo output port, but not the digital audio output.
NOTE: The volume and mute buttons on the side of the TV control only the TV. They do not control an
external sound system.
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Viewing Closed Captions
The TV enables you to view captions for certain shows and movies received on the TV antenna input and
cable input.
NOTE: If you have a set-top cable box or satellite receiver not connected to the TV’s antenna input or cable
input, you cannot use the TV to control captions for this source. You must use whatever options are
provided by the cable or satellite equipment.
S
Press the red/CC button on the remote control one or more times to cycle through these options:
•
•
•
No captions, normal sound
Captions, normal sound
Captions only while sound is muted
Depending on the program, you might be able to customize the content and appearance of the captions.
Press Settings and go to Setup > Closed caption.
Watching Another Video Source
There are several ways to change to a different picture source
.
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To do this...
Press...
Go to previous picture source
Last
Choose from a list of sources
Source, then
,
,
Choose from a display of pictures from all
sources (see the following illustration)
Source, Source, then
,
Display information about the current source
Info
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, and OK
,
,
, and OK
Watching Two Pictures
S
Press the green/PIP button on the remote control one or more times to cycle through these options:
•
Overlapping pictures (PIP)
•
Side-by-side pictures (POP)
•
No second picture
When two pictures are shown, you can control their configuration. The “active picture” is the one with sound
and that sometimes has a border.
To do this...
Find the active picture
Press...
or
Change the size of the active picture
Move the border to the other picture and play its sound
when no border is visible
or
or
Swap picture positions
OK
Move an overlapping picture (PIP)
Settings, then go to Source > Dual picture > Layout
Show a different source
Source
Show only the active picture (end two pictures)
Green/PIP
NOTE: One of the pictures must be the antenna or cable source. However, you cannot view the antenna
and cable sources at the same time.
Turning Off after a Delay
You can set the TV to play for up to two hours and then automatically turn off.
•
•
To set the sleep timer, press the blue/SLEEP button one or more times to select the delay, and then
press OK.
To view the timer, press the blue/SLEEP button once.
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Applying Parental Controls
The TV enables you to control certain types of shows, movies, and channels displayed on the TV, such as
programs received on the antenna input and cable input.
NOTE: If you have a set-top cable box or satellite receiver not connected to the TV’s antenna input or cable
input, you cannot use the TV controls to block programs for this source. You must use whatever controls are
provided by the cable or satellite equipment.
TIP: Access to parental controls is protected by a password. If you forget the password, see “General
Problems” on page 64.
Setting Permission Levels
By using the standard ratings associated with many TV shows and movies, the TV can block the types of
content you do not want to view. By setting a lock at a certain TV or movie rating, you block shows or movies
that exceed that rating.
TIP: If you want to watch a blocked program, you can temporarily suspend the parental controls if you
know the password. See “Temporarily Suspending Controls” on page 48.
Setting a simple lock
The simplest way to block unwanted shows and movies is to choose one of the predefined rating levels.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press Settings, go to Lock, and press OK.
If no password is set, when prompted, press a sequence of four 0 through 9 buttons to create a new
password. When prompted, press the same buttons again.
If a password is set, when prompted, press the buttons for your password.
Go to Lock > Lock mode; then select On and press OK.
Go to Lock > Rating; then select one of the predefined modes and press OK.
Rating...
Blocks these ratings...
Child (age 5)
US: TV-Y7 and above, PG and above
Canada: C8+ and above, 8+ and above
Youth (age 10)
US: TV-PG and above, PG-13 and above
Canada: 14+ and above, 13+ and above
Y. Adult (age 16)
US: TV-MA and above, R and above
Canada: 18+ and above
Custom
See “Setting individual controls” below.
5.
Go to Lock > Unrated content, lock or unlock this option, and then press OK. Note that many news,
sports, and general interest programs are not rated.
Setting individual controls
If you change individual lock settings, these settings become the Custom lock mode.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Press Settings, go to Lock, and press OK.
If no password is set, when prompted, press a sequence of four 0 through 9 buttons for the new
password. When prompted, press the same buttons again.
If a password is set, when prompted, press the buttons for your password.
Go to Lock > Lock mode, and then select On and press OK.
Go to Lock > Customize rating.
For each type of content, set the individual locks according to the ratings you want to block. Press OK
to lock or unlock a rating level. Press
back to return to the menu. Each blocked rating is marked
with . Some locks change automatically when you lock or unlock another rating.
Go to Lock > Unrated content, lock or unlock this option, and then press OK. Note that many news,
sports, and general interest programs are not rated.
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Rating
Description
USA TV age ratings
TV-Y
All children
TV-Y7
Directed to children age 7 and above
TV-G
General audience
TV-PG
Parental guidance suggested
TV-14
Parents strongly cautioned
TV-MA
Mature audiences only
USA TV content ratings
FV
Fantasy or cartoon violence
V
Violence
L
Coarse or crude indecent language
S
Sexual situations
D
Suggestive or sexual dialog
USA movie ratings
G
General audience (all ages)
PG
Parental guidance suggested (some material may not be suitable for children)
PG-13
Parents strongly cautioned (some material may be inappropriate for children under age 13)
R
Restricted (parental guidance suggested for children under age 17)
NC-17
No one age 17 or under allowed
X
No one age 17 or under allowed
Canada English ratings
E
Exempt
C
Children (all ages)
C8
Children age 8 and above
G
General (all audiences)
PG
Parental guidance (some material may not be suitable for children)
14+
Viewers age 14 and above
18+
Adult (viewers age 18 and above)
Canada French ratings
E
Exempt
G
General
8+
Not for children under age 8
13+
Not for children under age 13
16+
Not for viewers under age 16
18+
Adult (viewers age 18 and above)
TIP: To cancel parental controls, go to Lock > Lock mode and set the mode to Off.
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Blocking Certain Channels
You can also block any channels you do not want to show, regardless of their content ratings.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press Settings, go to Lock, and press OK.
If no password is set, when prompted, press a sequence of four 0 through 9 buttons for the new
password. When prompted, press the same buttons again.
If a password is set, when prompted, press the buttons for your password.
Go to Lock > Channel. In the list of channels, hidden channels are highlighted in gray.
In the list of channels, move to a channel and press red/CC to lock that channel or press green/PIP to
unlock it. Each blocked channel is marked with .
Press
back to return to the menu.
Temporarily Suspending Controls
If you want to watch a show that would be blocked by your normal control settings, you can temporarily
turn off the controls.
1.
2.
3.
Tune the TV to the desired program or channel. If it is blocked, a password prompt appears.
Press the buttons for your password.
To suspend all locks until the TV is turned off, press the red/CC button, or to view this channel but
keep all locks active, press the green/PIP button.
Changing Your Password
The password prevents other viewers from viewing programs or changing the parental controls without
permission.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press Settings, go to Lock, and press OK.
When prompted, press the buttons for your password.
Go to Lock > Change password.
Press a sequence of four 0 through 9 buttons for the new password.
When prompted, press the buttons again.
TIP:
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•
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To cancel parental control, let Lock mode off. To temporarily cancel control, see “Temporarily
Suspending Controls” on page 48.
If you forget the password, see “General Problems” on page 64.
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Adjusting the TV
Adjusting the Picture and Sound
Choosing the Best Picture Mode
You can quickly choose a different picture mode to make adjustments to the picture. Picture modes can
control properties, such as color and brightness. They let you easily choose the best settings for ambient
lighting and the type of video content.
S
Press Picture one or more times to select the picture mode that gives the best picture.
•
•
•
•
Normal mode—for watching most programs in average lighting conditions.
Movie mode—for watching movies in a darkened room.
Vivid mode—for watching TV shows and for bright lighting.
Studio mode—for professional studios and calibration labs.
You can also customize the picture modes so they are best for your video sources:
1.
2.
3.
Press Picture to select the picture mode you want to adjust.
Press Settings and go to Picture.
Adjust the settings until you are satisfied with the picture.
TIP: To exit from any on-screen menu or adjustment, press the Settings button.
Adjusting the Size of the Picture
Video images come in several different sizes, depending on the video content and the source device. If a
picture does not fit the shape of your TV screen, you have a few choices: shrink the picture to fit the screen
with black bars filling the unused space, zoom the picture to fill the screen, or stretch the picture to fill the
screen.
S
Press Aspect one or more times to find the size and shape you like best. For some options, some parts
of the picture might be off the screen or stretched.
Type of picture
Standard picture
• Best fit (side bars fill screen)
• Stretched (to remove bars)
Recommended views
4:3
4:3
Wide-screen picture
• Best fit (fills screen)
Super wide-screen picture
• Best fit (top and bottom bars fill
screen)
• Enlarged and stretched (to
remove bars)
2.35:1
2.35:1
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TIP: If you can set the video output from a source device to have 16:9 aspect (wide-screen picture), you
should select that setting. Refer to the instructions for the video device. This provides maximum compatibility
between the device and the TV.
Adjusting the Picture for Best Color
You can fine tune the picture settings on your TV to get the best color and image quality. You can perform
these steps for each input port that you use. Do them in the order shown. For some input ports, some of these
settings might not be available, and you should skip these adjustments.
Press the Picture button and select the picture mode you want to use for the current source.
If you are satisfied with the color, stop here.
2. Press Settings and go to the Picture menu.
3. Go to Advanced color > DVI color. For best color, set this to Standard unless you are viewing DVI
output from a computer or “extended DVI” output.
4. Go to Advanced color > Brightness boost. For best color, turn this option off.
5. Go to Brightness. Adjust to the highest setting that still gives the darkest black for black areas. You
can view black objects or shadowed areas.
6. Go to Contrast. Adjust to the highest setting that does not wash out fine detail in bright areas. You can
view bright clouds or textured white areas.
7. Go to Advanced color > Gamma. Adjust to the setting that gives the best overall midrange brightness.
This should have minimal effect on blacks and whites.
8. Go to Advanced color > Color temperature. Adjust to the setting where whites and colors look best.
9. Go to Color saturation. Adjust to the setting where colors look most natural.
10. Go to Tint. Adjust to the settings where colors look most natural.
11. Repeat all steps if necessary.
1.
TIP: To reset the picture mode to its factory settings, press Settings, go to Picture > Reset, press OK, and
select Yes.
Adjusting Other Picture Settings
The on-screen menu provides many settings that enable you to fine tune the picture.
1.
2.
Press Settings and go to the Picture menu.
Change the picture settings as needed.
To get descriptions for all available picture adjustments, see “Picture Menu” on page 53.
Adjusting Sound Settings
To do this...
Do this...
Change the volume
Press volume buttons or see “Adjusting the Volume” on page 43.
Adjust the sound quality
Press Sound, or press Settings and go to the Sound menu.
Play a secondary audio channel
Press yellow/SAP, or press Settings and go to Sound > Advanced sound.
Turn off TV speakers
Press Settings and go to Sound > Advanced sound > Internal speakers.
To get descriptions for all available sound adjustments, see “Sound Menu” on page 54.
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Adding or Deleting a Channel
You can manually add or delete channels in the list of channels for the antenna or cable input, which
enables you to add a new channel that becomes available or hide a channel you want to omit when
browsing channels.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Optional: tune to the channel you want to add or delete.
Press Settings and go to Setup > Channel setup > Add/Remove cable or Add/Remove antenna,
depending on the source (cable or antenna).
Press
up and
down to highlight the channel, then press red/CC to delete that channel or press
green/PIP to add it. Each deleted channel is marked with "X" and highlighted in gray.
Press
back to close the list.
TIP:
•
•
If you want only to delete channels, press Guide to display the list of channels, then press
red/CC to delete channels.
If you want to update the complete list of channels, press Settings and go to Setup > Channel
setup > Auto search cable or Auto search antenna, depending on the source (cable or
antenna). For example, you could do this if you add new cable services or install a new
antenna. However, if you have a CableCARD installed, Auto search cable is not available
because the card provides complete channel information.
Setting Up Favorite Channels
You can quickly tune to your most-watched cable channels by creating a list of favorite channels. Only
channels received on the cable input can be included in the list of favorite channels—antenna channels
cannot be added to the list.
To tune to a favorite channel
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Press Favorites one or more times to tune to one of your favorite cable channels.
To add a channel to your favorites
1. Tune to the cable channel you want to add (or delete).
2. Press Guide to show the list of channels. Each favorite channel is marked with
3. Press green/PIP to add or remove the
for the selected channel.
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Labeling the Sources
You can assign names to the input ports so you can select sources based on names you can easily recognize.
These names replace the standard input names in most situations.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Press Settings and go to Setup > Source names.
Select the input you want to rename and press OK.
Press
down and
up to select the first letter of the name; then press
or character in the name. The name can be as short as you want.
When the name is complete, press OK.
Repeat for other inputs as needed.
right. Repeat for each letter
TIP: To delete the name for an input and restore the default name, open the name for editing, and then
press the red/CC button.
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Using the On-Screen Menu
Changing Settings Using the Menu
You can change TV settings using the on-screen menu. These steps show the general operation, but you can
always look for the prompts near the bottom of the menu screen.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
On the remote control, press Device to select TV.
Press Settings to display the on-screen menu.
Press
up and
down to highlight the desired menu and then press OK to go into that menu.
Press
up and
down to highlight the desired setting and then press OK to start changing the
setting.
Press left and right or
up and
down to adjust the setting, as prompted.
To return to a previous menu, press
back one or more times.
To close the on-screen menu, press Settings.
NOTE: You can use the buttons on the side of the TV to work the on-screen menu:
• The Settings button opens the menu and also corresponds to
back.
• The volume buttons correspond to up/down.
• The channel buttons correspond to left/right.
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Some picture adjustments are used only for certain input sources. Unavailable adjustments are shown in gray
in the on-screen menu.
Setting
Description
Picture mode
Adjusts color and picture settings to one of several combinations designed for different types
of viewing situations. You can change the picture mode at any time to get the best picture
from different sources in different environments. You can also customize each picture mode for
each source.
Brightness
Brightens or darkens the picture.
Contrast
Sets the difference between light and dark areas.
Sharpness
Sharpens or softens the picture.
Tint
Shifts colors toward red or green.
Color saturation
Adjusts the intensity of colors.
Advanced color
Adjusts advanced color settings.
Gamma
Enhances mid-tone areas of the picture.
Color temperature
Shifts colors toward red or blue.
R Gain
B Gain
G Gain
Adjusts the amount of red (R), blue (B), and green (G). If you change any of these settings,
the Color temperature setting automatically changes to Custom.
Brightness boost
Forces higher brightness.
DVI color
Adjusts the digital-video color range when not automatically defined. Set to Standard unless
you are viewing DVI output from a computer or “extended DVI” output.
Advanced picture
Adjusts how the picture is displayed.
Noise reduction
Automatically reduces static in the picture.
Auto-sync
Resynchronizes the TV to the input signal from a computer. This can compensate for any
change in the signal.
Frequency
Adjusts the timing of the TV relative to a computer signal.
Tracking
Adjusts the phase of the TV relative to a computer signal.
V Position
Adjusts the picture up or down within the projection area for a computer signal.
H Position
Adjusts the picture left or right within the projection area for a computer signal.
Reset
For the current source, restores all picture settings to their default settings.
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Sound Menu
Setting
Description
Sound mode
Adjusts sound settings to one of several combinations designed for different listening
situations. You can customize each sound mode. Quiet mode turns off the subwoofer.
Volume
Adjusts the loudness of the sound.
Treble
Adjusts the loudness of higher pitches.
Bass
Adjusts the loudness of lower pitches.
Balance
Adjusts the relative loudness of left and right channels.
SRS TruSurround XT
Simulates rich surround sound experience on two speakers.
Volume leveling
Continually adjusts the loudness of the sound to maintain an even level and avoid large
changes.
Advanced sound
Adjusts advanced sound settings. Not all channels provide all options.
Standard audio
For standard TV programs, sets the type of sound: stereo, monaural, or a secondary audio
program (SAP).
DTV audio
For digital TV, sets the language of the audio program.
Digital audio out
Sets the type of signal on the digital audio output: surround or stereo, depending on the
program (Auto), or always stereo (PCM) for certain older digital audio systems.
Internal speakers
Sets whether the TV speakers are turned on.
Reset
Restores all sound settings to their default settings.
Source Menu
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Setting
Description
Visual Select
Shows small pictures from all video sources so you can choose a source.
Channel Guide
Shows a list of channels for the current source: antenna or cable.
Source
Shows the list of sources so you can choose a source.
Aspect
Selects how the picture fits on the screen. You should find one setting that fits the complete
picture on the screen without distortion.
Dual picture
Adjusts the configuration for showing two pictures.
Dual mode
Sets whether two pictures are displayed and how they are arranged.
Source
Chooses a source for the secondary picture.
Size
Selects the relative sizes of two pictures.
Layout
Selects the position of secondary picture when it is superimposed on the main picture.
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Setting
Description
Lock mode
Sets whether programs are blocked according to settings in this menu. If you override the lock
setting to watch a program, the mode temporarily appears as Suspend.
Rating
Selects the level of audience and blocks programs with ratings above this level. Applies to
programs on the antenna and cable inputs.
Customize rating
Adjusts individual rating permissions. If you change any ratings, the Rating level
automatically changes to Custom.
USA TV
Allows or blocks programs with specific US TV ratings.
USA Movie
Allows or blocks movies with specific US movie ratings.
Canada English
Allows or blocks programs with specific Canada/English ratings.
Canada French
Allows or blocks programs with specific Canada/French ratings.
Unrated content
Allows or blocks unrated programs.
Channel
Allows or blocks specific TV channels.
Change password
Sets or changes the unlock sequence.
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Setup Menu
Setting
Description
Language
Selects the language used by the on-screen menu.
Channel setup
Configures channels for the antenna or cable input.
Cable system
Sets the frequency standard used by the TV’s cable input. If your cable provider uses the HRC
or IRC standard, select that option.
Auto search cable
Scans all cable channels for valid channels and updates the cable channel guide.
Add/Remove cable Selects cable channels to show or hide in the cable channel guide.
Auto search
antenna
Scans all antenna channels for valid channels and updates the antenna channel guide.
Add/Remove
antenna
Selects antenna channels to show or hide in the antenna channel guide.
Cable card
Displays information for CableCARD setup.
Time
Sets up the clock.
Clock
Sets whether the clock is automatically set using data from the antenna and cable inputs.
Time zone
Sets the time zone.
Daylight savings
Sets how daylight savings is configured.
Date
Sets the calendar date.
Time
Sets the clock time.
Sleep
Sets or shows how long the TV will stay on before automatically turning off. When activated,
this function operates only one time.
Source names
Sets labels for input sources.
Closed Caption
Configures TV closed captions for the antenna and cable inputs.
CC mode
Sets whether closed captions are shown. On mute displays captions only while sound is
muted.
Standard CC
Selects a caption option for standard channels.
DTV CC
Selects a caption option for digital channels.
DTV CC mode
Selects a configuration for digital captions.
Customize DTV CC Adjusts the configuration for captions on digital channels. If you change any settings, DTV CC
mode automatically changes to Custom.
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Menu timeout
Sets how many seconds the on-screen menu waits for input before it closes.
Factory reset
Restores all menu settings to factory default settings.
About
Displays information and status for the TV.
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Fixing Problems
Maintaining the TV
The TV is designed to require very little maintenance. For best performance, keep the TV clean and replace
the lamp module when you see a warning message.
Cleaning the TV
You can keep the TV clean using the following recommendations.
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•
•
Use the TV in an area that is free from excessive dust and dirt. You cannot clean any of the internal
surfaces.
Wipe the screen and case with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use water, polish, solvent, or other
substances.
Use a vacuum cleaner to clean dust from the air vents on the back and sides of the TV. Do this at least
yearly or more often if there is visible accumulation.
Replacing the Lamp Module
As the TV operates over time, the brightness of the TV lamp module gradually decreases and the lamp
module becomes more susceptible to breakage. You can install a new lamp module at any time to bring the
TV up to factory-fresh brightness. We recommend replacing the lamp module if a warning message displays.
HP replacement lamp: L2114A
WARNING! Replacing the lamp module requires special consideration:
• To reduce the risk of injury, be careful when removing the lamp module because broken
glass might be present.
• The lamp contains a small amount of mercury. If the lamp breaks, adequately ventilate the
area where the breakage occurred, discard any nearby food and drink, and thoroughly
clean the table surface around the TV. Wash your hands after cleaning the area or
handling a broken lamp. Disposal of this lamp might be regulated because of
environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, contact your local
authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance at www.eiae.org. You can find safety
information about the lamp at www.hp.com/hpinfo/globalcitizenship/environment/
productdata.
• Because the lamp assembly operates at a very high temperature, turn off the TV and wait
30 minutes before removing the lamp module.
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4.
Turn off the TV and allow it to cool for at least 30 minutes.
Unplug the power cord.
Open the front access door by pressing in above the HP logo, then releasing.
Loosen the two screws 1 on the lamp cover and remove the cover 2.
5.
Loosen the three screws 1 on the lamp module; then pull out the module using its handle 2.
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7.
8.
Insert the new lamp module into the opening, firmly press it into place, and tighten the three
screws 1.
Insert the tabs on the lamp cover 2 into the openings in the case. Position the cover and tighten the
two screws 3.
Plug in the power cord and turn on the TV. If the lamp does not turn on after the warm-up period,
reinstall the lamp module.
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Troubleshooting
If you have a problem with your TV, find the following category that most closely matches the nature of the
problem; then look in that section of this chapter:
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“Warning Light Problems” on page 60
“Startup Problems” on page 60
“Picture Problems” on page 61
“Channel Problems” on page 62
“Sound Problems” on page 63
“General Problems” on page 64
“Remote Control Problems” on page 64
TIP: If these suggestions do not solve your problem, go to www.hp.com/support for additional
information. To contact HP, see “Contacting HP Technical Support” on page 67.
Warning Light Problems
If both red warning lights are
blinking
• Allow the TV to cool down for about three minutes after it turns off. If this
condition occurs again after you restart the TV, an internal component has
failed. Contact HP for assistance (see “Contacting HP Technical Support” on
page 67).
If the red temperature light is on
(right of the blue light)
• Allow the TV to cool down for about three minutes after it turns off. Be sure
that nothing is near or blocking the vents on the TV and that the vents are
free of lint and other objects. Remove any sources of excess heat in the room.
Observe temperature and altitude limits (see “Specifications” on page 71). If
the warning light turns on after you restart the TV, contact HP for assistance
(see “Contacting HP Technical Support” on page 67).
If the red lamp light is on (left of the • Allow the TV to cool down for about three minutes after it turns off. If the
blue light)
warning light turns on after you restart the TV, remove and reinstall the lamp
module.
• Install a new lamp module. If this occurs after you install a new lamp module,
remove and reinstall the lamp module. If a new lamp module does not fix the
problem, contact HP for assistance (see “Contacting HP Technical Support”
on page 67).
If the red lamp light is on and the
red temperature light is blinking
• If the temperature light is blinking two times repeatedly, allow the TV to cool
down for about three minutes after it turns off. Be sure that nothing is near or
blocking the vents on the TV and that the vents are free of lint and other
objects. Contact HP for assistance (see “Contacting HP Technical Support”
on page 67).
• If the temperature light is blinking three or more times repeatedly, contact HP
for assistance (see “Contacting HP Technical Support” on page 67).
Startup Problems
If no lights or sounds turn on
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• Be sure that the power cable is securely connected to the TV and the other
end is plugged into an outlet with power.
• Press the power button again. Try the power button on the side of the TV. (If
the button on the TV works, but not the button on the remote control, see
“Remote Control Problems” on page 64.)
• Unplug the power cord for 15 seconds, then plug it in and press the power
button again.
• If you recently installed a new lamp module, check that the lamp cover is
correctly installed.
Picture Problems
If you see a picture but it is not the
one you expect to see
• Press Source two times and select the source you want to view.
• Label your sources so you can more easily identify them. See “Labeling the
Sources” on page 51.
• If you cannot find a source connected to a composite-video input on Video
1, 2, or 3, make sure the adjacent S-video input has no cable attached.
If a blank picture displays
• Press Source two times and select the source you want to watch.
• Be sure the external source is turned on and connected.
• For a computer connection, ensure your notebook computer’s external video
port is turned on. Refer to the computer manual. On some notebooks, for
example, press the Fn+F4 or Fn+F5 function keys to turn on the external video
port.
If the image is too dim
• Try reducing the amount of ambient light shining onto the screen.
• Press the Picture button one or more times to try different color and
brightness combinations.
• Press Settings, go to Picture > Brightness, and increase the brightness.
However, if you increase brightness too much, you could reduce color
quality.
• If a warning message is displayed about the lamp module, replace the lamp
module to restore full brightness.
If the image is too small, too large,
or stretched
• Press the Aspect button one or more times to try different stretch and zoom
combinations.
If the colors seem slightly wrong
• See “Adjusting the Picture for Best Color” on page 50.
If the colors seem completely wrong • Verify that all cables are connected properly. Observe the color coding on
connectors.
• Be sure the pins on the cable connectors are not bent or broken.
• Press Settings, go to Picture > Reset, press OK, and select Yes.
• Press Settings, go to Setup > Factory reset, press OK, and select Yes.
If the picture is not clear (ghost
images, smearing, poor quality)
• Check the cable connections.
• Try a different channel or different source. The source could have poor
picture quality.
• If the source device has more than one video output, see “Choosing Your
Video Connections” on page 13.
• If the problem occurs for the cable input on one or more cable channels,
press Settings and go to Setup > Channel setup > Cable system. Try the
different settings, or ask your local cable provider if either HRC or IRC is
used.
• For an antenna input, try adjusting the antenna.
• For a source that is connected with a component, composite, or S-video
cable, be sure you are using a coaxial cable rated at 75 ohms. Any other
cable or impedance rating can reduce picture quality.
• For a source connected with a video cable, the cable might need to be
higher quality, especially if the cable is longer than about 3 m (10 ft). HP
recommends low-loss cable for longer distances to avoid degrading or
losing the picture.
If the picture has a black area
• If the picture has black bars at the top and bottom of the screen or at the left
and right of the screen, the picture might have a different shape than the
screen. This is normal for certain types of pictures and sources. If you want
the picture to fill the entire screen, press Aspect one or more times to find the
view you like best. If the source device has shape options, try changing them
too. If you want the picture to fill the screen, the picture might have to be
stretched or cut off.
• If there is a black box inside the picture, you might have a caption option
turned on but not being used. Press Settings and go to Setup > Closed
caption. Turn off or chang the caption options.
If several picture settings seem
completely wrong and you cannot
fix them
• Press Settings, go to Picture > Reset, press OK, and select Yes.
• Press Settings, go to Setup > Factory reset, press OK, and select Yes.
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If a scrolling or cut-off image is
displayed for a computer
connection
• Press Settings, go to Picture > Advanced picture > Auto-sync, press OK, and
select Yes.
• Press Settings, go to Picture > Advanced picture, and adjust V Position and H
Position.
• Turn everything off. Then power on the TV first and power on the notebook or
desktop computer second.
• If the previous steps do not correct the display image, adjust the resolution of
the notebook or desktop computer to 1024×768, 1280×768, or 1366×768
pixels (60 Hz refresh rate). If the computer has multiple monitors, adjust the
resolution of the monitor assigned to the TV.
If the image is flickering or unstable • Press Settings, go to Picture > Advanced picture > Auto-sync, press OK, and
for a computer connection
select Yes.
• Press Settings, go to Picture > Advanced picture, and adjust Frequency or
Tracking.
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If you cannot find the channel you
want on the TV
• Press Device one or more times to select the device you want to tune.
Depending on your system setup, you might need to tune channels on the TV
or on an external device, such as a set-top cable box or satellite receiver.
• If you are tuning an external device, be sure the TV is showing this source.
• If you are tuning the TV, press Source and check whether you are viewing the
antenna input or cable input. Each of these inputs has a separate list of
channels. For example, if you want to watch a cable channel, you must select
the cable input.
• If the channel is not in the channel list, type the channel number and press
Enter. Then press Settings and go to Setup > Channel setup > Add/Remove
antenna or Add/Remove cable. Press green/PIP to add the channel.
If you cannot receive one or more
channels on the TV
• Press Source and check whether you are viewing the antenna input or cable
input. Each of these inputs has a separate list of channels.
• Press Settings and go to Setup > Channel setup > Auto search antenna or
Auto search cable; then press OK. This finds all currently available channels
for the antenna or cable input.
• Some cable channels are scrambled or specially formatted and require a
CableCARD or set-top cable box to receive them. Check with your cable
provider.
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Sound Problems
If no sound is coming out of the TV
• Be sure you have an audio cable securely connected between the TV and
the source device. Check that the audio and video cables connect to the
same group of connectors on the TV, such as Component 1.
• On the side of the TV, press the
volume+ button one or more times to be
sure sound is not muted and the volume is not too low.
• Press Settings, go to Sound > Advanced sound > Internal speakers, and be
sure the speakers are turned on.
• Be sure that the mute and volume settings are correct on the source device,
such as a VCR, camcorder, or computer.
If no sound is coming out of an
external sound system
• Be sure the sound source and sound system are turned on.
• If the source is the cable or antenna input to the TV, be sure you have an
audio cable connected from the TV output to the sound system. The
connection can be either a digital audio cable or a stereo cable.
• If the audio output from the source device is connected to the TV, verify that:
(1) an audio cable is connected from the TV output to the sound system
(digital or stereo) and (2) the audio and video cables from the source device
are connected to the same input on the TV (not needed for HDMI). If the
audio cable from the TV output is a stereo cable, press the
volume+
button on the side of the TV one or more times to be sure the sound output is
not muted and the volume is not too low.
• If the audio output from the source device is connected directly to the sound
system, check the cable connections and settings on those two devices.
If the volume of the TV speakers
cannot go high enough
• If the source device has a volume control, increase its volume. For example,
a set-top cable box might have a volume control. You can set the volume of
the TV speakers using the volume control on the TV or on the source device.
If the sound is inconsistent or weak
• Press Settings and go to Sound > Advanced sound > Standard audio. Try
different settings for the current channel or source.
If the remote control does not
change the volume of the sound
• See “Remote Control Problems” on page 64.
If the sound is out of sync with the
picture
• If the audio from the current source is connected to an external receiver or
sound system, the TV cannot synchronize the audio. Check whether the
receiver or sound system has an adjustment for sound delay. If it does, try
adjusting the delay. Otherwise, you can purchase an external sound-delay
device and insert it in the audio line between the source and the receiver or
sound system, then adjust the delay.
• If possible, try connecting the device using a different video input on the TV.
For example, try connecting to the HDMI or component-video input.
Depending on the source device, different video connections can have
different audio synchronizations.
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General Problems
If the TV stops responding to all
controls
• Try the buttons on the side of the TV. If the TV does not respond, turn off the
TV, then unplug the power cord, and wait at least 15 seconds before
reconnecting power.
• If the buttons on the TV work, but the remote control buttons do not work, see
“Remote Control Problems” on page 64.
If the lamp shuts off during a show
• A minor power surge might cause the lamp to shut off. This is normal. Wait
about three minutes; then power on the TV.
• If a red warning light is on or blinking, see “Warning Light Problems” on
page 60.
If the lamp burns out or makes a
popping sound
• If the lamp burns out and makes a popping sound, the TV will not turn back
on until you replace the lamp module. See “Replacing the Lamp Module” on
page 57.
If you forget your password for
parental control
• Turn off the TV. Then press the following sequence of six buttons on the
remote control: Settings, 000, OK,
power. This allows access to the Lock
menu without entering a password, but only until you turn off the TV. Press
Settings and go to Lock > Change password. You must create a new
password before you can change lock settings or view blocked programs.
If a setting in the on-screen menu is • This is normal. Some menu settings are not used for certain types of sources
gray and you cannot change it
or channels and do not affect the picture. You cannot change those settings
while viewing such sources or pictures.
Remote Control Problems
If the remote control does not
operate
Try removing and reinserting the batteries in the remote control.
To operate the TV, press Device one or more times to select TV.
Move to within 9 m (30 ft) of the TV.
Aim the remote control at the TV screen. Try moving more in front of the TV
rather than off to the side.
• With the TV turned on, watch the blue power light below the screen while
you press the Settings button on the remote control. If the blue light blinks,
the remote control is working. If the blue light does not blink, check the
position of the batteries in the remote control or replace the batteries.
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If the remote control does not control • Be sure the remote control is working. See the previous problem.
the TV volume
• Press Device and try to select AUDIO. If you can select AUDIO, you
programmed an audio device on the remote control and all volume and
mute functions are always sent to the audio device, not to the TV. To control
the TV volume, you must cancel the audio device programming. To do this,
program the AUDIO device using code 0000. See “Programming for Other
Devices” on page 36.
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If the remote control does not
change channels
• Press Device one or more times to select the device you want to tune.
Depending on your system setup, you might need to tune channels on the TV
or on an external device, such as a set-top cable box or satellite receiver.
• If you are tuning the TV but no channels are displayed, see “Channel
Problems” on page 62.
If you cannot move the indicator to
a certain device
• The indicator cannot move to a device that is not programmed in the remote
control. First you must program the remote control for that device. See
“Programming for Other Devices” on page 36.
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You can use an internal diagnostic test to verify the proper operation of the TV.
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2.
3.
Turn off the TV.
Press the following sequence of six buttons on the remote control: Settings, 999, OK,
power.
If the TV turns on, the TV is operating properly.
If the red warning lights on the front of the TV turn on or start blinking, see “Warning Light Problems”
on page 60.
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Support and Warranty
Support
Contacting HP Technical Support
HP provides expert advice on using your HP TV and solving problems with your TV. Support options and
availability vary by product, country/region, and language. The HP support process works most effectively
if you seek assistance in the following order:
Step 1: HP TV Documentation
Review the owner’s manual and setup guide included with the TV. From our experience, a large percentage
of customer issues are addressed in the owner’s manual.
Step 2: HP Technical Support
HP Technical Support offers online, instant access to support information, helpful tips, and the latest updates
24 hours a day, seven days a week, at no additional cost to you. This service requires access to the Internet.
Visit our website at www.hp.com/support.
HP Technical Support Websites
By connecting to the Internet, you can obtain a wide variety of information about your TV, including product
help and user forum information.
HP Technical Support Email
One-to-one email gives direct answers to your questions from an HP service technician. Email support is a
great way to ask a question about your specific situation. Include as many details as possible about your
issue. Many emails are answered within one hour.
Step 3: HP Telephone Support
HP provides telephone support at no additional cost for as long as you own your TV. (Standard phone
company charges do apply.) Telephone support is available in any country where the product is distributed
by HP.
Before Calling
Before calling for help, try completing steps 1 and 2.
If you cannot solve the problem using these resources, call an HP service technician while you are in front
of your TV. Please be prepared to provide the following information:
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The TV model and serial numbers
Messages displayed at the time the situation occurred
Answers to these questions:
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Has this situation happened before?
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Can you re-create it?
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When did this happen?
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Did you add any new hardware or software around the time this situation began?
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What steps have you taken to solve the problem?
Support Phone Number
If you need help solving a problem, contact HP telephone support at one of the following numbers. Visit
www.hp.com/support for the latest phone number for your country or region.
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Canada: 1-800-474-6836 or 1-800-HP INVENT
Mexico (Mexico City): (55) 5258-9922
Mexico (other): 01-800-472-6684
United States: 1-800-474-6836 or 1-(800)-HP INVENT
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Obtaining Repair Service
If your HP TV must be repaired, call HP telephone support. A trained HP service technician will diagnose
the problem and coordinate the repair process. HP support will direct you to the best solution, whether it is
an authorized service provider or an HP facility. Repair covered by the limited warranty is provided at no
additional cost during the limited warranty period. After the warranty period, you will be quoted a repair
cost.
Warranty
HP Limited Warranty Statement
HP is committed to providing the best service to ensure that you get the most out of your HP TV. The following
Limited Warranty Statement describes the standard HP microdisplay TV warranty.
Product
Warranty period
HP md5020n/md5820n/md5880n/md6580n
Microdisplay TV
(excluding items listed below)
one year
Limited parts & labor warranty
HP Microdisplay TV Lamp Module
(included with the TV or purchased separately)
90 days
Limited hardware warranty
HP Cables, Remote Control, Stand, and other parts
(included with the TV or purchased separately)
one year
Limited hardware warranty
HP Microdisplay TV Limited Warranty Statement
Extent of Limited Warranty
1. Hewlett-Packard (HP) warrants to the end-user customer that the HP products specified above will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for the duration specified above, which duration
begins on the date of purchase by the customer. Customer is responsible for maintaining proof date
of purchase.
2. For software products, HP’s limited warranty applies only to a failure to execute programming
instructions. HP does not warrant that the operation of any product will be uninterrupted or error free.
3. HP’s limited warranty covers only those defects which arise as a result of appropriate use of the
product, and do not apply to any:
•
Improper or inadequate maintenance, or unauthorized modification;
•
Software, interfacing, media, parts, or supplies not provided or supported by HP; or
•
Operation outside the product’s specifications.
4. If HP receives notice of a defect in any hardware product covered by HP’s warranty during the
applicable warranty period, HP shall either repair or replace the defective product at HP’s option.
5. If HP is unable to repair or replace, as applicable, a defective product which is covered by HP’s
warranty, HP shall, within a reasonable time after being notified of the defect, refund the purchase
price for the product.
6. HP shall have no obligation to repair, replace, or refund until the customer returns the defective
product to HP.
7. Any replacement product may be either new or like new, provided that it has functionality at least
equal to that of the product being replaced.
8. HP products may contain remanufactured parts or components equivalent to new in performance or
may have been subject to incidental use.
9. HP's limited warranty is valid in any country where the covered HP product is distributed by HP.
Limitations of Warranty
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, NEITHER HP NOR ITS THIRD-PARTY SUPPLIERS MAKE ANY
OTHER WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT
TO THE HP PRODUCTS, AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF
MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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Limitations of Liability
1. To the extent allowed by local law, the remedies provided in this Warranty Statement are the
customer’s sole and exclusive remedies.
2. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, EXCEPT FOR THE OBLIGATIONS SPECIFICALLY SET
FORTH IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT, IN NO EVENT WILL HP OR ITS THIRD-PARTY SUPPLIERS
BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY AND WHETHER
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Local Law
1. This Warranty Statement gives the customer specific legal rights. The customer may also have other
rights which vary from state to state in the United States, from province to province in Canada, and
from country to country elsewhere in the world.
2. To the extent that this Warranty Statement is inconsistent with local law, this Warranty Statement shall
be deemed modified to be consistent with such local law. Under such local law, certain disclaimers
and limitations of this Warranty Statement may not apply to the customer. For example, some states in
the United States, as well as some governments outside the United States (including provinces in
Canada), may:
•
Preclude the disclaimers and limitations in this Warranty Statement from limiting the statutory
rights of a consumer (e.g., the United Kingdom);
•
Otherwise restrict the ability of a manufacturer to enforce such disclaimers or limitations; or
•
Grant the customer additional warranty rights, specify the duration of implied warranties which
the manufacturer cannot disclaim, or not allow limitations on the duration of implied warranties.
3. FOR CONSUMER TRANSACTIONS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND, THE TERMS IN THIS
WARRANTY STATEMENT, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT LAWFULLY PERMITTED, DO NOT EXCLUDE,
RESTRICT, OR MODIFY, AND ARE IN ADDITION TO, THE MANDATORY STATUTORY RIGHTS
APPLICABLE TO THE SALE OF HP PRODUCTS TO SUCH CUSTOMERS.
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Reference Information
This chapter lists the specifications, safety information, and regulatory information for the HP TV.
Specifications
Because HP continually improves its products, the following specifications are subject to change. For the
latest specifications, visit the HP website at www.hpshopping.com.
Screen
50, 58, or 65 inches (127, 147, or 165 cm) diagonal size
16:9 widescreen
Size
50 inch: 53.0×34.0×17.2 in (134.6×86.4×43.8 cm)
58 inch: 60.0×38.0×19.2 in (152.4×96.5×48.9 cm)
65 inch: 66.5×41.0×20.2 in (168.9×104.1×51.4 cm)
Weight
50 inch: 102 lb (46 kg)
58 inch: 117 lb (53 kg)
65 inch: 133 lb (60 kg)
Resolution
md5020n/md5820n: 720p (1280×720)
md5880n/md6580n: 180p (1920×1080)
Technology
DLP featuring HP Visual Fidelity technology
Dual picture with single tuner (PIP, POP)
Dynamic Black for high contrast (md5880n, md6580n only)
Dark Video Enhancement (md5880n, md6580n only)
Connection panel
Accessible from front
Illuminated
RF inputs
1 antenna (F-type)
1 cable (F-type)
Video inputs
2
2
3
1
Audio inputs
6 stereo (left and right RCA)
1 stereo (mini-phone)
Audio outputs
1 digital audio (coaxial) fixed-level PCM (Dolby Digital 5.1 surround from tuner)
1 stereo (left and right RCA) adjustable level
CableCARD
CableCARD ready (certain models only)
Other models upgradable with optional CableCARD module
Service connectors
USB type A (service use only)
Serial (service use only)
Video compatibility
Antenna: NTSC, ATSC, 480i/p, 720p, 1080i
Cable: NTSC, ATSC, QAM, ClearQAM, 480i/p, 720p, 1080i
Composite/S-video: NTSC, 480i
Component: 480i/p, 720p, 1080i/p*
HDMI: 480i/p, 720p, 1080i/p*, VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA
VGA: VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA, 720p, 1080i/p* at 60 Hz refresh rate
* 1080p supported at 24 and 30 frames/second
Speakers
2.1 sound system
Left and right 2-way stereo speakers, 1 subwoofer
85 watts peak
HDMI (compatible with DVI-D input)
component-video (YPbPr)
S-video/composite-video
VGA (15-pin D-sub)
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Lamp
150 W
6000-hour average lamp life (to half of original brightness)
HP replacement lamp module: L2114A
Remote control
Universal remote control
6 programmable devices
Compatibility: HP TV, HP Digital Entertainment, DVD player, cable box, satellite
receiver, audio system, digital video recorder, VCR, HP projector
Security
V-chip for antenna and cable inputs
Parental lock prevents viewing of unapproved content and channels
Power
120 V nominal at 50 to 60 Hz
380 watts maximum
Environment
Operating:
Temperature: 5 to 35 °C (41 to 95 °F)
Humidity: 10 to 85% RH, non-condensing
Altitude: up to 3,000 m (10,000 ft), up to 25 °C (77 °F)
Storage:
Temperature: –20 to 60 °C (–4 to 140 °F)
Humidity: 10 to 85% RH, non-condensing
Altitude: up to 9,000 m (30,000 ft)
Safety Information
LED Safety
The infrared ports located on the TV and remote control are classified as Class 1 LED devices according to
International Standard IEC 825-1 (EN60825-1). This device is not considered harmful, but the following
precautions are recommended:
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•
•
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If the unit requires service, contact an authorized HP service center.
Do not attempt to make any adjustment to the unit.
Avoid direct eye exposure to the infrared LED beam. Be aware that the beam is invisible light and
cannot be seen.
Do not attempt to view the infrared LED beam with any type of optical device.
Mercury Safety
WARNING! This TV lamp contains a small amount of mercury. If the lamp breaks, adequately ventilate the
area where the breakage occurred, discard any nearby food and drink, and thoroughly clean the table
surface around the TV. Wash your hands after cleaning the area or handling a broken lamp. Disposal of
this lamp may be regulated due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information,
contact your local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance at www.eiae.org. You can find safety
information about the lamp at www.hp.com/hpinfo/globalcitizenship/environment/productdata.
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Regulatory Information
This section presents information that shows how your TV complies with regulations in certain regions. Any
modifications to your TV not expressly approved by HP could void the authority to operate the TV in these
regions.
U.S.A.
This TV 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 TV generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, it can cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this TV does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception (which can be determined by unplugging the unit), try the
following:
•
•
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Reorienting or relocating the receiving antenna
Relocating the TV with respect to the receiver
Connecting the TV’s power cord to another power outlet
Connections to peripheral devices
To maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations, use properly shielded cables with this device.
For more information, consult your dealer, an experienced radio/television technician, or the following
booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission: How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV
Interference Problems. This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC
20402, Stock Number 004-000-00345-4. At the first printing of this manual, the telephone number was
202-512-1800.
Declaration of Conformity
Trade name: HP Pavilion HD MDTV
Model: md5020n, md5820n, md6580n, md5880n
Product number: L1735A, L1736A, L1737A, L1798A
Regulatory Model Number(1): CRVSB-05ZA
These devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules
Operation is subject to the following conditions:
1. The devices may not cause harmful interference, and
2. The devices must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation
Responsible Party
Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Responsible Party: Hewlett-Packard
Address: Corporate Product Regulations Manager, 3000 Hanover Street, Palo Alto, CA 94304
Telephone: (650) 857-1501
Supplementary Information
For regulatory purposes, these products are assigned a Regulatory Model Number. This number should not be
confused with the trade name (HP Pavilion HD MDTV) or the product numbers (L1735A, L1736A, L1737A, L1798A).
(1)
Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numeriqué de la classe [B] est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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Index
A
accessories 9
adjusting
color 50
picture 49
picture mode 41
settings 50
size 49
slanted picture 41
volume 43
antenna
connecting 18
connector 9
audio. See sound
B
blocking
channels 48
programs 46
buttons
opening menu 52
remote control 35
TV 8
C
cable box
connecting 20
controlling 40
cable service
connecting 19
connector 9
CableCARD
accessory 9
adding slot 29
installing 30
cables
connecting 14
routing 12
carrying TV 7
changing TV settings 52
channels
adding and deleting 51
changing 43
favorite 51
finding 32
troubleshooting 62
choosing connections 13
cleaning TV 57
closed captions 44
color, adjusting 50
component-video
connecting 15
connector 9
composite-video, connecting 16
computer
VGA connector 9
computer, connecting 28
connecting
antenna 18
audio 26
component-video 15
composite-video 16
computer 28
DVD player 25
DVI 15
external devices 17
HDMI 14
satellite receiver 21
set-top cable box 20
standard cable 19
S-video 16
VCR/DVD 22
video gaming device 25
contacting technical support 67
controlling other devices 40
controlling TV 36
D
digital video recorder
connecting 22
controlling 41
DVD player
connecting 25
controlling 40
DVI, connecting 15
DVR. See digital video recorder.
F
favorite channels 51
features
remote control 35
TV 8
G
gaming device, connecting 25
H
HDMI
connecting 14
connector 9
HP support 67
L
lamp
accessory 9
replacing 57
lights, warning 60
lock menu 55
locking
channels 48
programs 46
M
maintenance 57
menu
lock 55
picture 53
setup 56
sound 54
source 54
using 52
mercury safety 72
O
on-screen menu 52
P
parental controls
applying 46
suspending 48
password 48
picture
adjusting 49, 50
menu 53
troubleshooting 61
picture mode 49
picture-in-picture (PIP) 45
power
connecting 31
turning off 32
turning on 31
programming remote control 36
projector, controlling 41
R
ratings 46
regulatory information 73
remote control
buttons 35
codes 38
installing batteries 11
programming 36
troubleshooting 64
repair service 67, 68
replacing lamp 57
room layout 10
routing cables 12
S
safety
lamp 57
LED 72
mercury 72
satellite
controlling 40
satellite receiver
connecting 21
service connector 9
setting up 10
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settings, adjusting 50
set-top cable box
connecting 20
controlling 40
setup menu 56
side-by-side picture (POP) 45
sound
connecting 26
connector 9
controlling 43
menu 54
troubleshooting 63
source menu 54
specifications 71
stand 9
support 67
suspending parental controls 48
S-video
connecting 16
connector 9
system setup 11
T
technical support 67
temperature warning light 60
testing 65
time and date 33
troubleshooting
channels 62
general 64
picture 61
remote control 64
sound 63
startup 60
warning lights 60
turning on and off 31
TV program ratings 46
V
VCR
connecting 22
controlling 41
VGA connector 9
video compatibility 71
video gaming device, connecting 25
video source
changing 44
choosing connection 13
labeling 51
volume, adjusting 43
W
warning lights 60
warranty 68
Y
YPbPr 15
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