BeoVision 7 - BnOservice

BeoVision 7 - BnOservice
BeoVision 7
Reference book
Tables of contents in the Reference book
The content of this Reference book is divided into sections. Each particular section
starts with its own detailed table of contents provided with page references. Texts
in black refers to the current section, whereas the remaining sections are described
in general terms and written in grey.
The main sections are:
– Advanced operation, 7
– Placement, sockets and connections, 15
– Tuning and preference settings, 25
– BeoLink system, 49
– Index, 58
Menu overview
The illustration on this page shows
the content of the menu system, and
also indicates where in the Reference
book you can find further
information about the menus.
The menu available when you select
DVD is shown on the next page.
MENU
SOUND
TUNING
EDIT CHANNELS (p. 38)
ADD CHANNEL (p. 41)
AUTO TUNING (p. 41)
MANUAL TUNING (p. 40)
LINK FREQUENCY (p. 53)
PLAY TIMER
TIMER ON/OFF (p. 8)
TIMER INDEX (p. 9)
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING
(p. 8)
WAKEUP TIMER (p. 10)
SOUND ADJUSTMENT (p. 43)
SPEAKER TYPE (p. 32)
SPEAKER ROLES (p. 33)
SPEAKER DISTANCE (p. 34)
SPEAKER LEVEL (p. 35)
SOUND SYSTEM (p. 36)
PICTURE (p. 42)
CLOCK (p. 34)
MENU LANGUAGE (p. 45)
OPTIONS
CONNECTIONS
ENGLISH
AV1 (p. 31)
DEUTSCH
AV2 (p. 31)
FRANÇAIS
AV3 (p. 31)
ITALIANO
AV5 (p. 31)
ESPAÑOL
AV6 (p. 31)
NEDERLANDS
DISPLAY 1
DANSK
DISPLAY 2 (p. 31)
SVENSKA
STAND POSITIONS (p. 44)
VIDEO
AUDIO
STANDBY
STAND ADJUSTMENT (p. 28)
Initial Settings
Play Mode
A-B Repeat
Digital Output
A (Start Point)
Dolby Digital Out
B (End Point)
DTS Out
Off
Repeat
Video Output
TV Screen
Title Repeat
Component Out
Chapter Repeat
AV Connector Out
Repeat Off
Random
Language
Audio Language
Random Title
Subtitle Language
Random Chapter
DVD Menu Language
Random Off
Subtitle Display
Search Mode
The extended on-screen menu system for the
DVD player.
Display
Title Search
OSD Language
Chapter Search
On-Screen Display
Time Search
Angle Indicator
Options
Parental Lock
DivX VOD
Disc Navigator
Press DVD, then Disc Menu on Beo5 to access
the menu system. (Beo4: Press DVD, then the
yellow button, then 3).
For information about the built-in DVD player,
refer to ‘Use the DVD player’ on page 16 in the
Guide.
Advanced operation
This chapter tells you how to operate
your television beyond daily use.
It also tells you how to operate a
connected set-top box and other
connected video equipment.
• Set the television to switch itself on and off, 8
• Wake-up Timer, 10
• Operate other equipment with Beo5 or Beo4, 12
Placement, sockets and connections, 15
Find out how to handle and place your television, where the sockets are placed,
and how to connect and register extra equipment.
Tuning and preference settings, 25
Find out how to set up your television for the first time and tune in channels. This
chapter also contains information about settings for time, date, picture and sound.
BeoLink system, 49
Find out how to connect an audio system to your television and operate an
integrated audio/video system. Find out how to make link connections, operate a
link system and set up your television in a link room.
Index, 58
Find the subject you want to know more about.
Set the television to switch itself on and off
You can make your television switch
itself on and off automatically via the
timed play and timed standby
functions, for example, if there is a
programme you do not want to miss.
Enter as many as six Timer settings,
and bring up an on-screen list of the
Timer settings you have entered.
From this list, you can edit or delete
your Timer settings.
If your television is integrated with a
Bang & Olufsen audio or video
system with a Master Link cable,
these systems can perform the timed
play or timed standby functions as
well.
For your timed settings to be
executed correctly, ensure that the
built-in clock is set to the correct
time. For further information, refer to
the chapter ‘Set the time and date’
on page 45 in the Reference book.
Before you start …
Timed play and timed standby
If you connect a Bang & Olufsen audio or
video product to your television with a
Master Link cable, you can exclude or include
it in timed functions via the Play Timer menu.
For example, set the television Play Timer to
ON and an audio system’s Play Timer to OFF if
you wish timed functions to apply only to the
television.
You can preset your television to start and
stop automatically at the same time and day
every week.
To switch on the Play Timer …
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight PLAY TIMER. (Beo4:
Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the PLAY
TIMER menu, and press or to highlight
TIMER ON/OFF. (Beo4: Press GO and or ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the TIMER
ON/OFF menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to reveal ON. (Beo4: Use or ).
>Press the centre button to store the setting.
(Beo4: Press GO).
For further information about how to switch the
Play Timer on or off for a connected Bang &
Olufsen audio or video product, refer to the Guide
enclosed with the product.
To enter settings for timed play or timed
standby …
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight PLAY TIMER. (Beo4:
Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the PLAY
TIMER menu and press to highlight PLAY
TIMER PROGRAMMING. (Beo4: Press GO and
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the PLAY
TIMER PROGRAMMING menu. (Beo4: Press
GO).
>Press or to move through the menu items.
(Beo4: Use or ).
and use the number buttons to enter
>Press
information or press or to view your choices
for each item. (Beo4: Use the number buttons
or or ). When DAYS is highlighted,
press once to be able to move through the
days, and press or to remove a day you do
not want. (Beo4: Use and or ). Press to
move to the next day, and press to move back
to a previous day. (Beo4: Use or ). When
the weekday(s) you want are displayed, press
the centre button to accept the day(s). (Beo4:
Press GO).
>When you have filled in the required
information, press the centre button to store
your Timer settings. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press BACK to exit all menus. (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
View, edit or delete a Timer
TIMER PROGRAMMING
SOURCE
TV
CHANNEL GROUP
CHANNEL
18 BBC
START TIME
15:40
STOP TIME
16:40
DAYS
M . . TF . S
...
store
GO
PLAY TIMER INDEX
15:40-16:40
BBC
TV 18
M . . TF . .
6:00 - 7:00
ZDF
TV 3
MTWTF . .
20:00-22:00
CNN
TV 15
MT . . . S .
delete
edit
GO
You can only use a source, such as A.MEM, if it is
present in your setup.
If the television is set up in a link room, Timer
programming must be carried out on your main
room television.
What’s on the TIMER PROGRAMMING
menu …
SOURCE
Depending upon what you choose, SOURCE
indicates either that a specific source is to be
switched on, or that the television is to be switched off. Options are:
TV… To switch on the TV.
DTV … To switch on equipment registered as
DTV, such as the optional DVB-T/S module.
V.AUX … To switch on equipment registered as
V.AUX, such as a set-top box.
V.AUX2 … To switch on equipment registered
as V.AUX2.
V.MEM … To switch on a connected video tape
recorder.
DVD … To switch on the built-in DVD player.
DVD2 … To switch on a connected DVD player.
CD … To switch on a connected CD player.
N. MUSIC, N. RADIO… For access to music files
stored on a PC or to Internet radio sites. For
further information about these sources, consult
your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
A.MEM … To switch on a connected audio
recorder.
RADIO … To switch on a connected radio.
DTV RADIO … To switch on digital radio. Only
available if your television is equipped with the
optional DVB-T/S module.
STANDBY … To switch the television off. If you
have other compatible systems connected to
your television, they are switched off as well.
(CHANNEL GROUP) … Only available if your
television is equipped with the optional DVB-T/S
module and you select DTV as your source.
Choose the digital satellite channel group.
CHANNEL (Channel number) … Once your source
is chosen, choose the channel number you
want. If you have selected a channel group,
only the channels in the selected group are
accessible.
START TIME and STOP TIME … Key in the times
when you want the television to start and/or
stop playing. If you have set the Timer source to
STANDBY, it is only possible to enter a stop time.
DAYS … Select the specific weekday(s) on which
you want your Timer executed. All the
weekdays will be displayed – starting with M for
Monday.
Abbreviations for days of the week:
M … Monday
T …
Tuesday
W … Wednesday
T …
Thursday
F …
Friday
S …
Saturday
S …
Sunday
Bring up an on-screen list of the settings you
have entered. From this list, you can edit or
delete your Timer settings.
To view, edit or delete your Timer settings …
>Select TIMER INDEX from the TIMER SETUP
menu to bring up your list of Timer settings.
The first Timer setting in the list is already high­
lighted.
>Press or to move the cursor to a Timer
setting you wish to edit. (Beo4: Use or ).
>To edit a setting, press the centre button and
follow the procedure described to the left.
(Beo4: Press GO).
>To be able to delete a selected setting, press the
yellow button.
>If you change your mind, press to move the
setting back into the list. You can also press
BACK to exit all menus. (Beo4: Press or press
EXIT).
>Press the yellow button a second time to delete
the setting.
Wake-up Timer
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You can make the television wake
you up in the morning.
The Wake-up Timer is a once-only
Timer, it lasts for one hour. Like an
alarm clock it is disabled once it has
been executed. It applies only to the
television it has been programmed
on.
Once you have made one Wake-up
Timer, the television automatically
suggests the time you entered for the
latest Wake-up Timer when you enter
a new one.
Wake-up Timers can of course also
be disabled again.
When you have programmed a Wakeup Timer, the television cannot be
part of an ordinary Play Timer or
Standby Timer until the Wake-up
Timer has been carried out or
disabled.
Enter a Wake-up Timer
You must choose the source and channel
number of your Wake-up Timer as well as the
start time.
To enter settings for a Wake-up Timer …
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight PLAY TIMER. (Beo4:
Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the PLAY
TIMER menu and press to highlight WAKE UP
TIMER. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the WAKE
UP TIMER menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to move through the menu items.
(Beo4: Use or ).
and use the number buttons to enter
>Press
information or press or to view your choices
for each item. (Beo4: Use the number buttons
or or ).
>When you have filled in the required
information, press the centre button to store
your Wake-up Timer. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press BACK to exit all menus. (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
What’s on the WAKE UP TIMER menu …
SOURCE
Depending upon the option you choose,
SOURCE indicates that a specific source is to be
switched on. Options are:
TV… To switch on the TV.
DTV … To switch on equipment registered as
DTV, such as the optional DVB-T/S.
V.AUX … To switch on equipment registered as
V.AUX, such as a set-top box.
V.AUX2 … To switch on equipment registered
as V.AUX2.
V.MEM … To switch on a connected video tape
recorder.
DVD … To switch on the built-in DVD player.
DVD2 … To switch on a connected DVD player.
CD … To switch on a connected CD player.
WAKE UP TIMER
SOURCE
TV
CHANNEL GROUP
CHANNEL
21 BBC
START TIME
07:00
ON / OFF
ON
store
GO
N. MUSIC, N. RADIO… For access to music files
stored on a PC or to Internet radio sites. For
further information about these sources, consult
your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
A.MEM … To switch on a connected audio
recorder.
RADIO … To switch on a connected radio.
DTV RADIO … To switch on digital radio. Only
available if your television is equipped with the
optional DVB-T/S module.
(CHANNEL GROUP) … Only available if your
television is equipped with the optional DVB-T/S
module and you select DTV as your source.
Choose the digital satellite channel group.
CHANNEL (Channel number) … Once your source
is chosen, choose the channel number you
want. If you have selected a channel group, only
the channels in the selected group are
accessible.
START TIME … Key in the time when you want
the television to start.
ON/OFF … Change the ON/OFF setting to OFF if
you wish to delete the Wake-up Timer. You can only use a source, such as A.MEM, if it is
present in your setup.
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Check or delete a Wake-up Timer
You can call up the settings for the Wake-up
Timer to check the time or to disable the
Wake-up Timer by setting it to OFF.
To change settings for a Wake-up Timer or
delete it …
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight PLAY TIMER. (Beo4:
Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the PLAY
TIMER menu and press to highlight WAKE UP
TIMER. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the WAKE
UP TIMER menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to move through the menu items.
(Beo4: Use or ).
and
>Use or to change settings or press
enter a new time with the number buttons.
Change the ON/OFF setting to OFF if you wish
to delete the Wake-up Timer. (Beo4: Use or or use the number buttons).
>When you have made your changes, press the
centre button to store them. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press BACK to exit all menus. (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
PLAY TIMER
TIMER ON / OFF
OFF
TIMER LIST
TIMER PROGRAMMING
WAKE UP TIMER
07:00
select
GO
Operate other equipment with Beo5 or Beo4
12
The built-in Peripheral Unit Controller
acts as an interpreter between
connected video equipment, such as
a set-top box, video recorder or DVD
player, and your Bang & Olufsen
remote control.
Use the Bang & Olufsen remote
control to gain access to the
functions offered by your non-Bang &
Olufsen equipment.
When you switch on the equipment,
the functions are available via the
Beo5 display, or via a menu-overlay
on the television screen, if you use a
Beo4 remote control.
For instruction in the various
functions offered by your equipment,
please refer to the product’s own
user’s guide.
Not all connected video equipment are
supported by Bang & Olufsen. For further
information about supported equipment,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
Use the Beo5 remote control
The main functions of your equipment can be
operated with the Beo5 remote control. Not
all functions may be supported by Beo5. The
available services and functions are shown in
the Beo5 display when you activate the
equipment.
>Press a source button, for example DTV, to
switch on connected equipment.
>Press the button on the Beo5 display that
activates the function you want.
DTV
Sky
i
Interactive
Help
Slow
Box office
Services
R
TV Guide
Example of a Beo5 display used to operate a settop box.
PROGRAM GUIDE
RADIO/TV MODE
PROGRAM GUIDE
RADIO/TV MODE
MENU
INFORMATION
1
PROGRAM GROUPS
MENU
2
SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
3
AUDIO LANGUAGE
4
SETUP
INFORMATION
5
PROGRAM LIST
1 PROGRAM GROUPS
2 SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
3 AUDIO LANGUAGE
4 SETUP
5 PROGRAM LIST
Example of a Peripheral Unit Controller menu. The
Beo4 buttons are shown to the left on the menu,
and the functions they control are shown to the
right. The menu may also list buttons on the
remote control included with your connected
equipment.
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Use equipment menus
Use the Beo4 remote control
Once you have activated connected
equipment, you can operate its own menus
with your remote control.
If you have a Beo4 remote control, some
functions are available directly via Beo4
when you switch on the equipment.
Additional functions are available through a
Peripheral Unit Controller menu that you
bring up on the screen. In this menu you can
see which Beo4 buttons activate specific
services or functions.
While equipment menus are shown …
>Press or to move the cursor up or down.
(Beo4: Use or ).
>Press or to move the cursor left or right.
(Beo4: Use or ).
>Press the centre button twice to select and
activate a function. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press the centre button and then or to step
between menu pages or step in channel lists.
(Beo4: Press GO and or ).
>Press STOP to exit menus, or return to a
previous menu*.
and use the number buttons to enter
>Press
information in menus or services when relevant.
(Beo4: Use the number buttons).
>Press BACK to exit menus, enter or exit
different modes, such as radio. (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
>Use the coloured buttons as indicated in the
menus of your connected equipment.
*Depending on the source you have selected, you
may have to press BACK twice instead of STOP to
return to a previous menu. (Beo4: Press EXIT
twice instead of STOP).
>Press a source button, for example V MEM, to
switch on connected equipment.
>Press MENU to bring up the Peripheral Unit
Controller menu.
>Press the number button that activates the
function you want, or press one of the coloured
buttons to activate a function.
The Peripheral Unit Controller menu cannot be
displayed on the television screen in the link room.
Press GO and then the number button that
activates the function you want or press a
coloured button to activate a function.
When you have selected connected equipment as
a source, press MENU twice to bring up the
television main menu.
Direct Beo4 operation
If you know which Beo4 button activates the
function you want, you can activate the
function without bringing up the Peripheral
Unit Controller menu first.
While your equipment is on …
>Press one of the coloured buttons to activate a
function.
>Press GO and then or to step up or down
through, for example, set-top box channels.
>Press and hold GO to bring up the Program
guide or the ‘Now/Next’ banner on the screen if
you are using a set-top box that supports these
functions.
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Placement, sockets and connections
We expect your Bang & Olufsen
retailer to deliver, install and set up
your products.
However, in this chapter, you can find
out how to place and connect your
television. It also gives you an
overview of the connection panels.
We recommend that you follow the
procedure described below when you set
up your television:
– Unpack and place your television as
described on the following pages
– Consider the appropriate surroundings
for your television.
– Connect the cables, additional
equipment, and speakers as described
on the following pages
– Connect the television to the mains.
This procedure is described in detail on
the following pages.
Advanced operation, 7
All you need to know about using your television beyond daily use, such as how to
operate timed play and timed standby functions, a connected set-top box, and a
connected recorder
Placement, sockets and connections, 15
• Set up the television, 16
• Connection panels, 20
• Sockets for temporary connection, 22
Tuning and preference settings, 25
Find out how to set up your television for the first time and tune in channels. This
chapter also contains information about settings for time, date, picture and sound.
BeoLink system, 49
Find out how to connect an audio system to your television and operate an
integrated audio/video system. Find out how to make link connections, operate a
link system and set up your television in a link room.
Index, 58
Find the subject you want to know more about.
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Set up the television
16
For information about the connection
panels, refer to pages 20–22.
Handling your television
Never lift the television holding only the
front glass. The television is NOT designed to
stand on its own, it must be supported until
mounted on the chosen stand or bracket.
– Avoid placing your television in direct sunlight
or direct artificial light, such as a spotlight, as
this may reduce the sensitivity of the remote
control receiver. Also if the screen is overheated,
black spots may appear in the picture. These
spots disappear again, once the television cools
down to normal temperature.
– Make sure that the television is set up, placed
and connected in accordance with this Guide.
To prevent injury, use Bang & Olufsen stands or
wall brackets only.
– The television is developed for indoor use in dry,
domestic environments only. Use within a
temperature range of 10–40°C (50–105°F).
– Do not place any items on top of the television.
– Always place your television on a firm and
stable surface.
– Do not attempt to open the television. Leave
such operations to qualified service personnel.
Allow enough space below the screen for adequate
ventilation. Make sure not to cover the fans. If the
television is overheated a warning will appear on
the screen; switch the television to standby, not
off, in order for the television to cool down to
normal temperature.
If you have a motorised stand or a wall bracket,
leave enough space around the television to allow
it to turn and tilt freely.
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Placement options
The television can be placed in several ways,
some are illustrated to the right. Please contact
your Bang & Olufsen retailer for further
information.
When you mount the television on one of the
floor stands or wall brackets, you can tilt the
television up and down, as well as turn it left
or right on some of the stands. Note,
however, that only some stands can be
turned and tilted with the remote control,
other stands can only be tilted manually.
While mounting the television on the stand or
bracket, you can use the packaging to support
the products. This eases the mounting.
Once the loudspeaker and television are both
mounted on a stand or bracket, do not carry
them by holding the loudspeaker.
Placement of connection panels
1
2
3
1 Cover for card reader (DVB-T/S) and for sockets
for temporary connection, such as camera and
headphones sockets. Push in to open, push
again to close.
2 Mounting bracket for stand or wall bracket.
3 Covers for the connection panel. Here you also
find the mains supply connection. Pull out at
the bottom to remove.
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>> Set up the television
Connections
The diagrams on this page outline how to set
up the television with video sources and loud­
speakers.
The diagrams on the opposite page outline
how to expand your setup, for example in a
home cinema system with a projector and a
home automation system.
POWER LINK 1
DVB-S
DVB-T
Video signals
Connect your video signal sources, such as cable,
antenna, or satellite to the sockets mentioned on
the diagram.
Loudspeakers
Use Bang & Olufsen Power Link speakers. Use the
cables enclosed with the speakers. Longer cables
are available from your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
ANT 3
SUB
ANT 2
ANT 1
POWER
LINK
2–6
HDR
[VMEM]
AV 1
If you loop the signals from speaker to speaker,
remember to set the L – R switch on each looped
speaker in a pair to different settings.
Digital Satellite
[DTV]
AV 2
Additional video equipment
The sockets on the main connection panel allow you
to have many different types of video equipment
connected at the same time. We expect your
Bang & Olufsen retailer to deliver, install and set
up your products.
Camera
[CAMERA]
BeoMedia
[PC]
AV 5
MASTER LINK
VGA
This diagram shows types of additional video
equipment that can be connected to the television
at one time, as well as the source name you can
choose for the equipment in the CONNECTIONS
menu, which is described on page 30.
AV 6
IR-transmitters
In order to operate non-Bang & Olufsen products
with your Bang & Olufsen remote control, attach
a low-power IR-transmitter to each of the
products. Plug each IR-transmitter into the
corresponding socket marked PUC on the main
connection panel.
Equipment with HDMI™ input
Equipment with HDMI input can be connected to
any of the four HDMI sockets, regardless of the
particular AV socket group to which you have
connected the equipment. For further information
about how to set up connected equipment for
use, refer to the chapter ‘Register additional video
equipment’ on page 30.
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Home
Automation
system
IR-IN
PUC 1+2
PROJECTOR OUT
Home cinema setup with projector and a
home automation system
The television also supports the use of a projector.
You can also connect a home auto­mation system
to the television, and thereby control room lights
and curtains.
CINEMA CONTROL
ML
Audio system
If you have a Bang & Olufsen audio system with a
Master Link socket, you can connect it to your tele­
vision. Use a Master Link cable, and connect it to
the Master Link socket on the main connection
panel. Refer to ‘Connect your audio system to the
television’ on page 50 in the Reference book.
*Note! It takes the television 20 seconds to start
up and become ready for use.
If the built-in receiver for the remote control signals
(IR-receiver) is hidden behind the lowered projection
screen, you must set up an external IR receiver, as
well. The IR-receiver is available as an optional
accessory from your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
Mains supply connection
Connect the television to the wall outlet. Use the
~ socket on the main connection panel. A tiny, red
light appears in the IR-receiver. The television is in
standby mode and ready to be used*.
The television can only be switched off completely
by disconnecting it from the wall socket.
The supplied mains cord and plug are specially
designed for the television. If you change the plug
or in any way damage the mains cord, it will affect
the TV picture quality!
Connection panels
20
The connection panels on your
television allow you to connect signal
input cables as well as a variety of
extra equipment, such as a video
recorder or a linked Bang & Olufsen
music system.
Any equipment you connect to these
sockets must be registered in the
CONNECTIONS menu. For further
information, refer to the chapter
‘Register additional video equipment’
on page 30.
For further information about
connecting speakers in a surround
sound setup, refer to the chapter ‘Set
up the television’ on page 16.
Analogue
DTV DATA
1
DVB-T
CINEMA
CONTROL
2
DVB-S
PROJECTOR OUT
A
B
DVI-D OUT
C
D
VGA IN
LINK TV
OUT
3
ANT
CENTRE
1
HDMI IN
1 (SUB)
VIDEO
IN
L IN
R IN
SPDIF
PUC
TTL
PUC 1+2
IR-IN
2
POWER
LINK
MASTER LINK
STAND
AV 1
RS232
CONTROL
AV 5
3
AV 2
4
SPDIF
PUC
Y
Pb
Pr
SPDIF
PUC
SPDIF
PUC
AV 3
5
Y
Pb
Pr
6
PROJECTOR OUT (DVI-D OUT)
Sockets for connection of a projector.
HDMI-IN (A – D)
HDMI™ (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
sockets for connection of an HDMI video source
or a PC. Sources connected to these sockets can
be registered to any of the AV sockets. Supported
formats are: TDMS HDMI, 50 and 60 Hz, 480p,
576p, 600p, 768p, 576i, 480i, 720p, 1080p,
1080i.
AV 3
21-pin socket for the AV connection of additional
video equip­ment.
The television keeps a signal path open between a
recorder connected to the AV1 socket and a
recordable source connected to the AV3 socket.
This allows you to set the source on AV3 to switch
on automatically, as well as set a recorder on AV1
for timed recording of the source on AV3, provided
your connected equipment supports these functions.
AV 1
21-pin socket for the AV connection of a primary
recorder or set-top box. You can also connect other
types of extra video equipment.
AV 5
Socket group for the AV connection of additional
video equip­ment.
AV 2
21-pin socket for the AV connection of a secondary
recorder or additional video equip­ment.
PUC (AV 1 – AV 3, AV 5)
For IR control signals to external equipment
connected to one of the AV sockets.
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L-IN, R-IN (AV 5)
Right and left line input.
VIDEO IN (AV 5)
For connection of a video signal.
Y – Pb – Pr (AV 2 – AV 3)
For connection of a video signal from an external
source such as an HDTV source. Can be used in
conjunction with an AV socket – or a digital audio
socket.
MASTER LINK
Socket for connection of a compatible Bang &
Olufsen audio or video system. The socket is also
used for BeoLink distribution of sound and picture
throughout the house.
DTV DATA
For future use.
CINEMA CONTROL
For connection of a Home Automation system.
POWER LINK 1–6
These sockets are used for connecting the external
speakers in a surround sound setup.
1(SUB)
Socket used for connecting up to two Bang &
Olufsen subwoofers. A cable splitter for such
connections is available from your Bang & Olufsen
retailer.
~
Connection to the mains.
SPDIF (AV 1 – AV 3, AV 5)
Digital audio input socket for connection of
external equipment.
TTL
Only for use in Hotel setups.
RS232
Only for use in Hotel setups.
PUC 1+2
For connection of external IR transmitter used in
connection with Home cinema setups.
IR IN
For connection of an extra IR-receiver when the
television is set up with a projector – enabling
remote control operation of the television if the
television’s own receiver is concealed.
STAND
For connection of a motorised stand.
VGA IN
Socket for connection of a High Definition video
source or a PC. Supported formats are VGA,
60 Hz, 640 × 480, 848 × 480, 1024 × 576,
800 × 600, 1024 × 768, 1366 × 768 and
1280 × 720.
ANT 1
Aerial input socket from your external analogue
aerial or cable TV network.
ANT 2
Aerial input socket for your digital terrestrial
television tuner. For connection of a DVB-T
module (13V= 50 mA).
ANT 3
Aerial input socket from your satellite dish. For
connection of a DVB-S module (14/18V= 300 mA).
LINK TV OUT
Aerial output socket for distribution of video
signals to other rooms.
CENTRE 1
For connection of a centre speaker such as
BeoLab 7. For further information about
connecting speakers, refer to the speaker’s own
Guide.
There are some restrictions as to the types of
equipment that can be connected to the sockets.
These restrictions are described below.
– Video recorders can only be connected to the
AV1 or AV2 sockets, as these are the only
sockets for video output. Connect your primary
recorder to the AV1 socket, and the secondary
recorder to the AV2 socket.
– Equipment with VGA output can only be
connected and registered to the AV5 or AV6 sockets.
Sockets for temporary connection
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Connect headphones and listen to a
TV programme, connect a camera or
PC and see the pictures on the
screen, or connect a Camcorder and
watch or record your home movies.
SPDIF
Digital audio input socket.
L-IN – R-IN
These sockets are for audio connection (left and
right sound channel respectively) of, for example,
a camera or camcorder.
SPDIF
PHONES
R IN
PUC
L IN
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO IN
This socket is for connection of the video signal of
a camera or camcorder.
PHONES
You can connect stereo headphones to this socket.
– To mute the speakers connected to the
S-VIDEO
quickly counterclockwise.
television, turn
button).
For the connection of, for example, a game consol.
(Beo4: Press the middle of the
clockwise or counterclockwise to adjust
– Turn
PUC
sound in the headphones. (Beo4: Press or ).
For IR control signals to external equipment.
– To restore sound in the speakers, turn
quickly counterclockwise (Beo4: Press the
To always activate these sockets by selecting, for
button).
middle of the
example, CAMERA on your remote control, you
PCMCIA
can register the connected equipment in the
For insertion of a card and module for access to
CONNECTIONS menu. The CAMERA source is
digital satellite channels. For further information
registered to the AV6 socket from the factory. For
about compatible card and module combinations,
further information, refer to the chapter ‘Register
additional video equipment’ on page 30.
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
SMARTCARD
For insertion of a card and module for access to
digital satellite channels. For further information
about compatible card and module combinations,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
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The CA module has one protruding edge on one
side and two protruding edges on the other side.
The side with two edges should face upwards.
When inserting a card the gold chip should face
away from the screen.
Connect and use a PC
IMPORTANT! Before connecting a PC to the
television, disconnect the television, the
computer, and all equipment connected to
the computer from the mains.
Watch digital pictures on your screen
To watch your camera pictures, connect the
camera and switch the television on. The
television automatically registers the signal and
you can see the still pictures on the screen.
To connect a computer to the television …
>Using the appropriate type of cable, connect
one end to the DVI or VGA output socket on
your computer, and the other end to the VGA or
HDMI socket on the television.
>To hear sound from the computer in the
speakers connected to the television, use the
appropriate cable and connect the sound
output on the computer to the R–L sockets on
the television.
>Reconnect the television, the computer, and all
equipment connected to the computer to the
mains. Remember, the computer must be
connected to a grounded wall outlet as
specified in its setting-up instructions.
If the signal from the camera is switched off …
>Press CAMERA on Beo5. (Beo4: Press LIST
repeatedly to display CAMERA and press GO).
If you have connected your PC to the VGA socket
on the television, you must register the PC to the
AV5 or AV6 socket in the CONNECTIONS menu. A
PC connected to the HDMI socket can be
registered to any of the AV sockets or socket
groups. For further information, refer to the
chapter ‘Register additional video equipment’ on
page 30.
Bring up the computer image on the screen
To see the computer picture on the screen, you
must bring it up with your remote control.
To bring up the computer picture …
>Press PC to bring up the picture. You can then
operate the computer as you normally would.
(Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display PC and
press GO).
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Tuning and preference settings
Find out how to perform the firsttime setup procedure and tune in all
available channels automatically. In
addition, you can find information
about how to edit tuned channels
and adjust other available settings,
such as time, date, picture and sound.
For information about how to place
your television and connect
additional video equipment, refer to
the chapter ‘Placement, sockets and
connections’ on page 15.
Advanced operation, 7
All you need to know about using your television beyond daily use, such as how to
operate timed play and timed standby functions, a connected set-top box, and a
connected recorder.
Placement, sockets and connections, 15
Find out how to handle and place your television, where the sockets are placed,
and how to connect and register extra equipment.
Tuning and preference settings, 25
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•
•
•
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First-time setup of your television, 26
Register additional video equipment, 30
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound, 32
Edit tuned TV channels, 38
Re-tune or add channels, 41
Adjust picture and sound settings, 42
Set positions for the television to turn to, 44
Set the time and date, 45
Choose menu language, 46
Settings and preferences for the DVD player, 47
BeoLink system, 49
Find out how to connect an audio system to your television and operate an
integrated audio/video system. Find out how to make link connections, operate a
link system and set up your television in a link room.
Index, 58
Find the subject you want to know more about.
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First-time setup of your television
26
The setup procedure described here is
activated when the television is
connected to the mains and switched
on for the first time. You are led
through an automatic series of onscreen menus in which you must
register the extra equipment you
have connected, such as a projector
and loudspeakers.
If you change your setup at a later
date, you can access the same menus
and update your settings.
Overview of first-time setup
First-time setup of your television has four
main steps: registration of all connected
equipment, tuning of channels, loudspeaker
setup and sound adjustment.
MENU LANGUAGE
CONNECTIONS
AUTO TUNING
The first-time loudspeaker setup applies only
to the speakers you use while watching TV.
SPEAKER TYPES
TV SPEAKER ROLES
When first-time setup is complete, you can
then set up your loudspeakers for Home
cinema use. Switch on Home cinema and
bring up the appropriate menus as described
in the chapter ‘Loudspeaker setup – surround
sound’ on page 32.
For further information about Home cinema,
refer to the chapter ‘Surround sound and
Home cinema’ on page 12 in the Guide.
TV SPEAKER DISTANCE
TV SPEAKER LEVEL
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
STAND ADJUSTMENT
STAND POSITIONS
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The sequence of menus in first-time setup:
MENU LANGUAGE … You can select the
language for on-screen menus. The text on the
screen changes as you move from language to
language. For further information, refer to the
chapter ‘Choose menu language’ on page 46.
CONNECTIONS … Select the type of equipment
you have connected to each socket, the sockets
used, the product name, and the source name.
For further information about the
CONNECTIONS menu, refer to the chapter
‘Register additional video equipment’ on page
30.
AUTO TUNING … When you have registered your
connected equipment, a menu for channel
tuning automatically appears on the screen.
Press the centre button to start auto tuning.
(Beo4: Press GO). The television tunes in all
available channels. For further information
about tuning TV channels, refer to the chapter
‘Re-tune or add channels’ on page 41.
SPEAKER TYPES … In this menu, you are led
through a procedure in which each of your
connected Bang & Olufsen speakers make a
sound while that speaker is highlighted in the
menu. You then register the speaker type in the
menu. For further information about the
SPEAKER TYPES menu, refer to page 32 in the
chapter ‘Loudspeaker setup – surround sound’.
TV SPEAKER ROLES … In this menu, you can
select the function for each connected speaker
in your setup, such as front, back or surround.
As you highlight each speaker, a sound is
produced by the speaker. Check that the
speaker type highlighted in the menu matches
the speaker type making the sound. For further
information about the SPEAKER ROLES menu,
refer to page 33 in the chapter ‘Loudspeaker
setup – surround sound’.
TV SPEAKER DISTANCE … Enter the straight-line
distances from each speaker to your listening
position. For further information about the TV
SPEAKER DISTANCE menu, refer to page 34 in
the chapter ‘Loudspeaker setup – surround
sound’.
SPEAKER LEVEL … In this menu, you are to
calibrate the sound level for the connected
speakers. A calibration sound is produced
alternately in each speaker. Adjust the sound
level from all the connected speakers to match
the sound level from the centre speaker. You
can choose whether you want the sound
sequence to occur automatically or manually.
For further information about the SPEAKER
LEVEL menu, refer to page 35 in the chapter
‘Loudspeaker setup – surround sound’.
SOUND ADJUSTMENT … Adjust sound
characteristics, such as volume, bass, treble and
loudness. In addition, you can preset two
default speaker combinations; one to be used
each time you switch on a video source in your
television, and one to be used each time you
switch on an audio source connected to your
television. You can still select a different speaker
combination any time you wish. For further
information about the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu, refer to the chapter ‘Adjust picture and
sound settings’ on page 43.
STAND ADJUSTMENT … Set the maximum angle
the television will turn – left and right, and tilt –
up and down. For further information about the
STAND ADJUSTMENT menu, refer to ‘Calibrate
the motorised movement’ on page 28.
STAND POSITIONS … Set your preferred preset
positions for the television to turn to. For further
information about the STAND POSITIONS menu,
refer to the chapter ‘Set positions for the
television to turn to’ on page 44.
For information about where and how to connect
extra equipment, refer to ‘Register additional
video equipment’ on page 30 and the chapter
‘Connection panels’ on page 20.
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>> First-time setup of your television
Calibrate the motorised movement
If your setup includes a motorised stand or
wall bracket, you will during first-time setup
be prompted to calibrate the outer positions
of the motorised movement. The motorised
movement of the television will not work
until the calibration process described below
has been completed.
The calibration process allows you to set the
maximum angle the television will turn – left
and right and tilt - up and down.
When the STAND ADJUSTMENT menu
appears …
>If your stand or wall bracket is of a type with
motorised turn and tilt, move to SET LEFTMOST
POSITION and press to turn the television
towards the left, until it has reached the
position you wish to restrict the movement to.
(Beo4: Press ).
>Move to SET RIGHTMOST POSITION and press
to turn the television towards the right, until it
has reached the position you wish to restrict the
movement to. (Beo4: Press ).
>Move to SET TOP POSITION and press the
green button to tilt the television upwards,
until it has reached the position you wish to
restrict the movement to.
>Move to SET BOTTOM POSITION and press the
red button to tilt the television downwards,
until it has reached the position you wish to
restrict the movement to.
>Press the centre button to store. (Beo4: Press
GO).
The STAND POSITIONS menu appears, and you
can now make your preferred preset positions for
the television to turn to. Refer to page 44 ‘Set
positions for the television to turn to’.
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STAND ADJUSTMENT
STAND ADJUSTMENT
SET LEFTMOST POSITION
SET LEFTMOST POSITION
SET RIGHTMOST POSITION
SET RIGHTMOST POSITION
SET TOP POSITION
SET TOP POSITION
SET BOTTOM POSITION
SET BOTTOM POSITION
SETTINGS STORED
turn
turn
STAND ADJUSTMENT
STAND POSTIONS
SET LEFTMOST POSITION
VIDEO
SET RIGHTMOST POSITION
AUDIO
SET TOP POSITION
STANDBY
STAND ADJUSTMENT
SET BOTTOM POSITION
tilt up
tilt down
store
select
GO
Register additional video equipment
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If you connect additional video
equipment to your television, you
must register the equipment in the
CONNECTIONS menu.
What is connected?
When the television is first set up,
some of the equipment connected at
that particular moment is detected
by the television, and the
CONNECTIONS menu appears
automatically on the screen during
first-time setup for you to register
connected equipment which is not
detected automatically by the
television. If you connect equipment
at a later date, on a permanent basis,
then you must register this
equipment in the CONNECTIONS
menu.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4: Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu. CONNECTIONS is highlighted
already. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
CONNECTIONS menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to step between the different
socket groups: AV1, AV2, AV3, AV5, AV6 and
DISPLAY2. (Beo4: Use or ).
>Press the centre button to be able to register a
connected product type to the highlighted
socket group. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to move between the sockets in
the group. (Beo4: Use or ).
>Press or to register what you have connected
to the highlighted socket. (Beo4: Use or ).
>Press the centre button to be able to select the
product from an on-screen list. (Beo4: Press
GO).
>Press or to see lists for other types of
products. (Beo4: Use or ).
and a number button on
>Press , or press
Beo5 to highlight the name of the product and
press the centre button to register it. (Beo4:
Press or or a number button and press
GO).
For information about where and
how to connect extra equipment,
refer to the chapter ‘Connection
panels’ on page 20.
Registering the equipment connected to the
television enables you to operate it with the
remote control.
AV2
SOURCE
DVD
AUTO SELECTION
NONE
HDMI
B
YPbr
NO
DVD PLAYER / RECORDER
1 UNKNOWN
2 B&O DVD 1
store
3 B&O BEOCENTER 2
GO
stb
v.mem
select
GO
>Press the centre button to bring up the AUTO
STANDBY menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to see the list of standby options for
when the connected equipment should switch
to standby. (Beo4: Use or ).
>Press the centre button to select standby
options. (Beo4: Press GO).
>When you have completed your settings for a
single socket group, press the centre button to
return to the CONNECTIONS menu. (Beo4:
Press GO).
>Repeat the procedure for each socket group.
>At first-time setup only, when you have
registered all connected equipment, press the
green button to store the setup.
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What’s on the AV1 – AV6 menu …
While it is possible to register your equipment
SOURCE … Select the source you have connected. under any of the available source names, the
The option you select indicates which remote
names you select affect how you can use your
control button switches on the source. For
sources.
example, a source registered as V MEM is
switched on when you press the V MEM button. Automatic standby …
A source registered as V.AUX is switched on by
When you register a set-top box in the
pressing V.AUX. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to
CONNECTIONS menu, you can also select an
display V.AUX and press GO). Options are:
‘AUTO STANDBY’ time for your set-top box. This
NONE … if nothing is connected.
means that you can select if the connected set V.MEM … for a connected video recorder or
top box should switch to standby automatically.
hard disc recorder.
The options are:
DVD/DVD2 … for a connected DVD player or
recorder.
AFTER 0 MIN … The set-top box switches to
V.AUX… for other equipment, such as a set-top
standby immediately when you select another
box.
source.
DTV … for other equipment, such as a set-top
AFTER 30 MIN … The set-top box switches to
box.
standby 30 minutes after you have selected
V.AUX2 … for other equipment, such as a video
another source*.
game console.
AT STANDBY … The set-top box switches to
TV … occupied by the TV tuner.
standby when you switch the television to
PC … for a connected PC.
standby.
CENTRE … for connection of a source centre,
NEVER … The set-top box does not switch to
which is a device that may contain up to six
standby automatically.
built-in sources, such as a DVD player, a video
FOLLOW TV … The set-top box switches on,
tape recorder and a set-top box. This option is
when you switch your television on and it
only available in the AV1 and the AV2 menus.
switches to standby, when you switch your
AUTO SELECTION … Allows connected sources to
television to standby.
be selected automatically as soon as the
*If you switch the television to standby before the
television detects a signal, provided the
30 minutes have passed, the set-top box is also
television is on at the time. Options are ON and
switched to standby.
OFF.
HDMI … Indicates whether or not the equipment
is connected to the television via one of the
HDMI sockets. Select the appropriate socket: A,
B, C or D.
(VGA) … Indicates whether or not the equipment
is connected to the television via the VGA
socket. Options are YES and NO. Only available
in the AV5 and AV6 menus, and can only be
registered in one of these menus at any time.
(YPBPR) … Indicates whether or not the
equipment is connected to the television via the
YPbPr sockets. Options are YES and NO. Only
available in the AV2 and AV3 menus, and can
only be registered in one of these menus at any
time.
What’s on the DISPLAY2 menu …
Select the projector type.
Regarding High Definition (HD) sources …
If you have connected a HDTV source to the AV2
or AV3 sockets and set AUTO SELECTION to ON,
auto selection works only if the source provides a
SD signal as well as a HD signal. In addition, SD
signals can be recorded, as well as distributed to a
link room television, but HD signals can not.
Connect both the HD and the SD signals to the
television. When the SD signal is detected, the
television still switches to the configured HD
signal. If no HD signal is available, the SD signal is
shown.
If, for some reason, you disconnect the extra
equipment and then disconnect the television
from the mains, you may have to register the
equipment again upon reconnection, even if you
have not changed your setup of extra equipment.
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
32
Add Power Link speakers and up to
two BeoLab 2 subwoofers to your
television and you have a surround
sound system.
Select your speaker types
A surround sound setup fits easily
into your living room. Let the picture
determine your ideal listening and
viewing position. You get the best
sound experience in the area created
by the speakers.
To register the speaker types …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu and press to highlight
SOUND. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the SOUND
SETUP menu and press to highlight SPEAKER
TYPE. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
SPEAKER TYPE menu. The option CENTRE1 – for
a speaker connected to the CENTRE1 socket – is
highlighted. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Select your centre speaker or speakers by
pressing or . (Beo4: Press or ).
>Press to highlight CONFIG. This allows you to
select a CENTRE configuration as a single
speaker or a pair. Depending on which centre
speaker or speakers you select, CONFIG may be
greyed out and inaccessible. (Beo4: Use ).
>Press to move on to the next speaker and
press or to reveal your speaker type. As you
highlight each speaker, a sound is produced by
the speaker. Check that the speaker name
highlighted in the menu matches the name of
the speaker making the sound. (Beo4: Press
then or ).
>Press the centre button to store or press BACK
to leave the menu without storing. (Beo4: Press
GO or EXIT).
For further information about Home
cinema, refer to the chapter
‘Surround sound and Home cinema’
on page 12 in the Guide.
Switch on the television in TV or Home
cinema mode as described in the Guide
before you adjust speaker settings.
SPEAKER TYPE
CENTRE 1
BEOLAB 7-4
CONFIG
SPEAKERS:
BEOLAB 4000
BEOLAB 4000
BEOLAB 4000
BEOLAB 5
BEOLAB 5
BEOLAB 4000
NONE
BEOLAB 5
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
select
GO
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Assign roles to speakers
The speakers you connect to the television
can have more than one role. If, for example,
you only use one set of front speakers when
you watch TV on your television screen, you
can turn your chair ninety degrees towards a
projector screen and use those same speakers
as right front and rear speakers in a surround
sound system for Home cinema.
To assign roles to speakers …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu and press to highlight
SOUND. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the SOUND
SETUP menu and press to highlight SPEAKER
ROLES. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
SPEAKER ROLES menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>The SPEAKER ROLES menu appears.
>Press to highlight a speaker role. When you
highlight a speaker role, a sound is produced by
a speaker. (Beo4: Press ).
>If the role highlighted in the menu is correct for
the speaker producing the sound, press to go
on to the next role. (Beo4: Press ).
Otherwise …
>… press or to select a new role for the
speaker producing the sound. (Beo4: Press or ).
>Press the centre button to store or press BACK
to leave the menu without storing. (Beo4: Press
GO or EXIT).
TV SPEAKER ROLES
SPEAKERS:
G
2
F
A
NONE
NONE
NONE
RIGHT SURROUND
RIGHT FRONT
NONE
NONE
LEFT SURROUND
LEFT FRONT
NONE
NONE
NONE
1
select
E
B
D
C
Assigning roles to the connected loudspeakers
allows you to specify the speakers’ function in a
surround sound system and the number of
speakers to be used. Assign different roles for
watching TV (1) and Home cinema (2), as shown
in the illustration:
TV viewing (1) …
Speaker A:
Speaker B:
Speaker C:
Speaker D:
Speaker E:
Speaker F:
Speaker G:
Left front
Right front
Off
Off
Right surround
Left surround
Off
Home cinema viewing (2) …
Speaker A:
Right front
Speaker B:
Right surround
Speaker C:
Right back
Speaker D:
Left back
Speaker E:
Left surround
Speaker F:
Left front
Speaker G:
Centre
GO
What’s on the TV SPEAKER ROLES menu …
Options are NONE, LEFT FRONT, RIGHT FRONT,
LEFT SURROUND, RIGHT SURROUND, LEFT BACK,
RIGHT BACK, CENTRE BACK.
What’s on the CINEMA SPEAKER ROLES
menu …
Options are NONE, LEFT FRONT, RIGHT FRONT,
LEFT SURROUND, RIGHT SURROUND, LEFT BACK,
RIGHT BACK, CENTRE BACK, CENTRE, LEFT
CENTRE, RIGHT CENTRE.
You must select the surround speakers before you
can select the back speakers.
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Set speaker distance
Switch on the television from your favourite
viewing position. Enter the straight-line
distances in metres between your position
and the individual speakers.
To set the speaker distances …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu and press to highlight
SOUND. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the SOUND
SETUP menu and press to highlight SPEAKER
DISTANCE. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
SPEAKER DISTANCE menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to move the cursor from speaker to
speaker and press or to select the
approximate straight-line distance in metres
between your viewing position and each of the
speakers. (Beo4: Press or and or ).
>When you have entered the appropriate speaker
distances, press the centre button to store or
press BACK to leave the menu without storing.
(Beo4: Press GO or EXIT).
SPEAKER DISTANCE
CENTRE
1.0 M
LEFT FRONT
1.0 M
RIGHT FRONT
1.0 M
LEFT SURROUND
1.0 M
RIGHT SURROUND
1.0 M
LEFT BACK
1.0 M
RIGHT BACK
1.0 M
store
LEFT
FRONT
CENTRE
GO
RIGHT
FRONT
LEFT
SURROUND
RIGHT
SURROUND
LEFT
BACK
RIGHT
BACK
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Calibrate the sound level
When you have connected speakers in a
surround sound setup to the television, you
must perform a speaker calibration.
2
1
If your setup includes two different viewing
positions, a Home cinema setup and a regular TV
viewing setup, you must make two different
settings. The two positions require different
settings, as the speaker setup varies.
A calibration sound is produced alternately in
each of the speakers you have connected in
your surround sound setup. Your task is to
adjust the sound level from all the connected
speakers to match the sound level from the
centre speaker. You can choose whether you
want the sound sequence to occur
automatically or manually.
Once you have performed your speaker
calibration, you will only need to re-calibrate
the speaker sound if you make changes to the
setup, for example, if you move one or more
of the speakers.
SPEAKER LEVEL
SEQUENCE
AUTOMATIC
LEFT FRONT
...............
RIGHT FRONT
...............
LEFT SURROUND
...............
RIGHT SURROUND
...............
LEFT BACK
...............
RIGHT BACK
...............
store
GO
To calibrate the sound level …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4:
Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu and press to highlight
SOUND. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the SOUND
SETUP menu and press to highlight SPEAKER
LEVEL. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
SPEAKER LEVEL menu. SEQUENCE is
highlighted. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to choose between AUTOMATIC
and MANUAL. (Beo4: Press or ).
>Press or to adjust the speaker sound and
or to move to another speaker. (Beo4: Press
or and or ).
>When you have adjusted the sound for all the
speakers in your surround sound setup, press
the centre button to store or press BACK to
leave the menu without storing. (Beo4: Press
GO or EXIT).
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
See the name of the active sound system
You can see the name of the active sound
system for a source or programme on the
screen. However, it is not possible to adjust or
preset a sound system.
SOUND SYSTEM
INPUT FORMAT:
MONO /STEREO
OUTPUT FORMAT:
To see the active sound system …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4: Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu and press to highlight
SOUND. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the SOUND
SETUP menu and press to highlight SOUND
SYSTEM. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the SOUND
SYSTEM menu. The active sound system is
shown. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press BACK to leave all menus. (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
STEREO
SPEAKER 1
accept
GO
An example of a sound system that can appear in
the menu is DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1. In this example,
the digits indicate the number of sound channels
that are available while the sound system is in
effect. For example, DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1 refers to
Dolby Digital sound in five channels – left, centre,
right, left surround, right surround – plus one
channel for low-frequency sound.
Your speaker combination does not need to match
the number of available channels for the sound
system to be in effect.
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Edit tuned TV channels
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If automatic tuning of all channels
has not stored the channels on your
preferred channel numbers or has
not named all the stored channels
automatically, you can rearrange the
order in which the channels appear
and provide them with a name of
your own choice.
If the tuned channels require
additional editing, such as fine tuning,
use the MANUAL TUNING menu.
Move, name or delete tuned TV channels
Once automatic tuning of channels has been
completed, the EDIT CHANNELS menu
appears automatically and you can move or
name the TV channels that have been tuned
in. You can also delete any tuned TV channels
you do not want.
Enter the EDIT CHANNELS menu …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu,
and press to highlight TUNING. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the TUNING
menu. EDIT CHANNELS is already highlighted.
(Beo4: Press GO).
>Press the centre button to bring up the EDIT
CHANNELS menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
Move tuned TV channels …
>In the EDIT CHANNELS menu press or to
select the channel you wish to move. (Beo4:
Press or ).
>Press once to be able to move the channel.
The channel is now moved out of the list. (Beo4:
Press ).
>Press or to move the channel to the desired
channel number. (Beo4: Press or ).
>Press to make the channel move back into the
list or change places with the channel which
occupies the desired channel number. (Beo4:
Press ).
>Now, move the channel which you changed
places with to an empty channel number or to a
number already occupied and repeat the
procedure.
>When you have moved the relevant channels,
press STOP to back up through all menus, or
press BACK to exit all menus. (Beo4: Press
STOP or EXIT).
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Name tuned channels …
>In the EDIT CHANNELS menu press or to
select the channel you wish to name. (Beo4:
Press or ).
>Press the green button to be able to name the
channel. The naming menu is now activated.
>Press or to find the individual characters in
the name. (Beo4: Press or ).
>Press to move to the next character. As you
move, the television suggests possible names,
but you can still use and , or and to
enter or edit all the characters in the name you
choose. (Beo4: Press , use and , or and ).
>Press the centre button to store the name.
(Beo4: Press GO).
>If necessary, repeat the procedure and name
other channel numbers.
>When you have named the relevant channels,
press the centre button to accept your edited
list, or press BACK to exit all menus. (Beo4:
Press GO or EXIT).
Delete tuned channels …
>In the EDIT CHANNELS menu press or to
move to the channel you wish to delete. (Beo4:
Press or ).
>Press to move the channel out of the list.
(Beo4: Press ).
>Press the yellow button to be able to delete the
channel – the channel is then shown in red.
>Press the yellow button again to finally delete
the channel, or press twice to move the
channel back into the list. (Beo4: Use ).
>When you have deleted the relevant channels,
press BACK to exit all menus. (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
EDIT TV CHANNELS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
DR1
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
move
move
delete
Move a channel.
EDIT TV CHANNELS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
A
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV 4
character
next
accept
GO
Name a channel.
EDIT TV CHANNELS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
move
Delete a channel.
delete
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>> Edit tuned TV channels
Adjust tuned channels
You can store TV channels on channel
numbers of their own. Fine tune the channel
reception, indicate the presence of coded
channels and choose appropriate sound types
for the individual channels.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the TUNING
menu and press to highlight MANUAL
TUNING. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the TV
MANUAL TUNING menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to move between items on the
menu. (Beo4: Press or ).
>Press or to view your choices for each item.
(Beo4: Press or ).
>If you choose NAME, then press the green
button to start the naming procedure. Use or and to enter the characters in the name you
choose. (Beo4: Use or and ).
>To bring up the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu, move to EXTRA and press the centre
button. (Beo4: Press GO). Now fine tune if
relevant, or select type of sound.
>When you have finished editing, press the
centre button to accept the settings. (Beo4:
Press GO).
>Press the centre button to store the adjusted
channel. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press BACK to exit all menus. (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
If the item SYSTEM appears on the menu, then
make sure that the correct broadcast system is
displayed before you begin tuning:
B/G … for PAL/SECAM BG
I …
for PAL I
L …
for SECAM L
M … for NTSC M
D/K … for PAL/SECAM D/K
If channels are broadcasted with two languages
and you want both languages, you can store the
channel twice, once with each language.
What’s on the TV MANUAL TUNING menu …
SEARCH … Start search tuning.
FREQUENCY … Select a frequency to tune in.
CHANNEL NUMBER … Store or change channel
number. You can store 99 channels.
NAME … Access the naming menu and name the
channel you have selected.
EXTRA … Access the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu.
TV MANUAL TUNING
SEARCH
...
FREQUENCY
210
CHANNEL NUMBER
1
NAME
DR1
EXTRA
store
GO
Even though you store a type of sound/language,
you can switch between the various types while
watching a TV programme. For further
information, refer to the chapter ‘Surround sound
and Home cinema’ on page 12 in the Guide.
What’s on the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu …
FINE TUNE … Fine tune the frequency of a
channel or tuned channel. You can fine tune
within the range of -8 – +8.
(DECODER) … A decoder is necessary for the
reception of coded channels. Usually the
decoder is detected automatically during tuning,
but it can be selected via this menu option. Set
DECODER to one of following options: ON (for
decoder on) or OFF (for no decoder).
(TV SYSTEM) … TV broadcast system – this option
is only available on certain types of TV sets, as
the TV broadcast system is usually selected
automatically.
SOUND (mono, stereo or language) … Several
types of sound may be available for different
channels, mono, stereo or different languages.
On the relevant channel or frequency select the
options MONO (FM / NICAM mono sound),
STEREO (NICAM / A2 stereo sound), MONO1
(mono language 1), MONO2 (mono language
2), MONO3 (mono language 3), or STEREO2
(stereo language 2).
Re-tune or add channels
You can make your television find
your TV channels for you.
Preset up to 99 different TV channels
on channel numbers of their own
and give each channel a distinct
name.
You can tune in new channels, for
example, if you move – or re-tune
previously deleted channels.
When tuning in channels via the ADD
CHANNEL menu, your previously
tuned channels are left unchanged.
This allows you to keep channel
names, their order in the TV list, and
any special settings you may have
stored for those channels.
You can re-tune all your TV channels by
letting the television tune in all the channels
automatically. You can also add a new
channel or update a tuned channel which, for
example, has been moved by the broadcaster.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING. (Beo4: Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the TUNING
menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
Re-tune via automatic tuning …
>In the TUNING menu press to highlight AUTO
TUNING. (Beo4: Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the AUTO
TUNING menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press to start auto tuning. (Beo4: Use ).
>Once auto tuning is completed, the EDIT
CHANNELS menu appears. You can then
remove or name channels.
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TV AUTO TUNING
1 ........
start
NOTE! If you re-tune all your TV channels, all the
channel settings you have made disappear!
ADD TV CHANNEL
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
........
........
CNN
N3
........
SAT 1
SVT 2
NRK
TV4
........
start
Add new TV channels …
>In the TUNING menu press to highlight ADD
CHANNEL. (Beo4: Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the ADD TV
CHANNEL menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press to start. New channels are added
automatically as they are found. (Beo4: Use ).
>When tuning is completed and new channels
have been added, the EDIT CHANNELS menu
appears. You can then remove or name
channels. The cursor highlights the first new
channel of those just added to the list.
Adjust picture and sound settings
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Picture and sound settings are preset
from the factory to neutral values
which suit most viewing and listening
situations. However, if you wish, you
can adjust these settings to your
liking.
Adjust picture brightness, colour or
contrast. Sound settings include
volume, bass and treble.
Store your picture and sound settings
temporarily – until your television is
switched off – or store them
permanently.
For information about how to change
the picture format, refer to the
chapter ‘Surround sound and Home
cinema’ on page 12 in the Guide.
Adjust brightness, colour or contrast
Adjust the picture settings via the PICTURE
menu. Temporary settings are cancelled
when you switch off the television.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4:
Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu and press to highlight
PICTURE. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
PICTURE menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to move through menu items.
(Beo4: Press or ).
>Press or to adjust the values. (Beo4: Press
or ).
>Press BACK to store your settings until you
switch off the television, or … (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
>… press the centre button to store your
settings permanently. (Beo4: Press GO).
What’s on the PICTURE menu …
BRIGHTNESS … Adjusts the picture brightness.
CONTRAST … Adjusts the contrast level in the
picture.
COLOUR … Adjusts the colour intensity in the
picture.
TINT … Adjusts the colour shade or nuance on the
current channel. Only available for video sources
using the NTSC signal.
SIZE … If you experience any irregularities along
the edges of the picture select SIZE and adjust.
You can not adjust brightness or contrast when
using a projector connected to the television, or
when using the television in Home cinema mode.
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
...............
CONTRAST
...............
COLOUR
...............
TINT
...............
SIZE
...............
select
GO
When signals are sent in format 1080p or 1080i,
the menu item SIZE is available in the picture
menu.
For video sources using the VGA signal, the
following options appear as well:
HOR. SIZE … Adjusts the picture size along the
horizontal axis.
VERT. SIZE … Adjusts the picture size along the
vertical axis.
HOR. POSITION … Adjusts the picture position
along the horizontal axis.
VERT. POSITION … Adjusts the picture position
along the vertical axis.
Note that these four settings only apply for the
screen resolution in effect at the time you adjust
the settings.
To temporarily remove the picture from the screen,
press
to bring up the Scene display on Beo5,
press Picture, then press P.Mute. To restore the
picture, press P.Mute again. (Beo4: Press LIST
repeatedly to display P.MUTE and press GO. To
restore the picture press a source button).
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Adjust volume, bass or treble
Sound settings are preset at the factory to
neutral values which suit most listening
situations. However, if you wish, you can
adjust these settings to your liking.
You can preset levels for sound volume, bass,
treble and up to two connected BeoLab 2
subwoofers.
You can switch the loudness feature on or off.
The loudness feature compensates for the
human ear’s lack of sensitivity to high and
low frequencies. These frequencies are
boosted at low volume levels so that low
music becomes more dynamic.
In addition, you can preset two default
speaker combinations; one to be used each
time you switch on a video source in your
television, and one to be used each time you
switch on an audio source connected to your
television. You can still select a different
speaker combination any time you wish.
For further information about speaker
combinations, refer to the chapter ‘Surround
sound and Home cinema’ on page 12 in the
Guide.
To adjust sound …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu and press to highlight
SOUND. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the SOUND
SETUP menu. ADJUSTMENT is already
highlighted. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press the centre button to bring up the SOUND
ADJUSTMENT menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to select an item to adjust. (Beo4:
Press or ).
>Press or to adjust the values or choose a
setting. (Beo4: Press or ).
>Press BACK to store your settings until you
switch off your television. (Beo4: Press EXIT).
>Press the centre button to store your settings
permanently. (Beo4: Press GO).
What’s on the SOUND ADJUSTMENT menu …
VOLUME … Adjusts the volume level the TV uses
when you switch it on.
BASS … Adjusts the bass level.
TREBLE … Adjusts the treble level.
SUBWOOFER … (only available if you have
connected one or two BeoLab 2 subwoofers)
Adjusts the sound level from the subwoofer. If
you have connected two subwoofers, the
adjustment applies to both of them.
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
VOLUME
...............
BASS
...............
TREBLE
...............
SUBWOOFER
...............
LOUDNESS
ON
DEFAULT VIDEO
SPEAKER3
DEFAULT AUDIO
SPEAKER2
store
GO
LOUDNESS … The loudness feature compensates
for the human ear’s lack of sensitivity to high
and low frequencies. These frequencies are
boosted at low volume levels so that low music
becomes more dynamic. Loudness can be set to
ON or OFF.
DEFAULT VIDEO … Set the speaker combination
you want to use when switching on a video
source in your television.
DEFAULT AUDIO … Set the speaker combination
you want to use when switching on an audio
source in your television.
The content of the SOUND menu varies according
to what you have connected to the television.
Set positions for the television to turn to
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If your television is equipped with the
optional motorised stand or wall
bracket, you can turn it using the
remote control. If the stand has a tilt
function, you can also tilt it.
Furthermore, you can programme
the television to turn automatically to
face your favourite viewing position
when you switch on the television,
turn to a different position when you
listen to, for example, a connected
radio, and turn away to a standby
position when you switch it off.
You can also turn your television by
hand.
Choose one position for when you switch the
television on, one for audio mode, and one
for when you switch it off.
STAND POSTIONS
VIDEO
AUDIO
STANDBY
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight STAND POSITIONS.
(Beo4: Use ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the STAND
POSITIONS menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press the centre button to determine the
VIDEO position. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to turn the television and or to
tilt it, and place it according to your viewing
position. (Beo4: Press or and or ).
>Press the centre button to store the position.
(Beo4: Press GO).
To store a stand position for when an audio
source is switched on via the television …
>Press to move to AUDIO. (Beo4: Press ).
>Press the centre button to determine the
AUDIO position. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to turn the television and or to
tilt it, and place it as you wish. (Beo4: Press or and or ).
>Press the centre button to store the position.
(Beo4: Press GO).
NOTE! For information about first-time installation
of the motorised stand, refer to the chapter ‘Firsttime setup of your television’ on page 26.
STAND ADJUSTMENT
select
GO
To store a stand position for when the
television is switched off and in standby …
>Press to move to STANDBY. (Beo4: Press ).
>Press the centre button to determine the
STANDBY position. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to turn the television and or to
tilt it, and place it as you wish. (Beo4: Press or and or ).
>Press the centre button to store the position.
(Beo4: Press GO).
>During first-time setup, press the green button
to continue first time-setup, otherwise …
>…press BACK to leave the menus. (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
Set the time and date
When you preset your television to
switch itself on or off at a particular
time, or when you preset a timed
recording of a programme on a
connected BeoCord V 8000 video
tape recorder, the clock ensures that
these features are switched on and
off at the right times.
The simplest way to set the clock is to
synchronise it with a tuned TV
channel’s teletext service via the
CLOCK menu. If you choose to
synchronise the clock, this is done
with the teletext service offered by
the TV channel you are currently
watching. If a teletext service is not
available, you can set the clock
manually.
Before synchronising the clock with a tuned
channel, make sure that the channel you are
watching offers a teletext service within your
time zone.
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu and press to highlight CLOCK.
(Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the CLOCK
menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to see your choices for each item.
(Beo4: Press or ).
>Press or to move through menu items. It is
only necessary to enter the time manually if
SYNCHRONISE is set to NO. (Beo4: Press or ).
>Press the centre button to store your clock and
calendar options (Beo4: Press GO), or …
>… press BACK to exit all menus without storing.
(Beo4: Press EXIT).
If the clock is not updated in the transition
between summer and winter time, simply select
the channel with which you originally
synchronised the clock, and the clock is updated.
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CLOCK
TIME
20:00
DATE
23
MONTH
APR
YEAR
2001
SYNCHRONISE
NO
store
GO
To bring up the clock on the display, press Clock
on Beo5. The clock display disappears again after
ten seconds. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to
display CLOCK and press GO).
Abbreviations for months
Jan … January
Jul …
Feb … February
Aug …
Mar … March
Sep …
Apr … April
Oct …
May … May
Nov …
Jun … June
Dec …
July
August
September
October
November
December
Choose menu language
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The menu language you choose
during the first-time setup of your
television can be changed at any
time.
Once a menu language is chosen, all
menus and display messages are
shown in this language.
You can select the language for on-screen
menus via the TV SETUP menu. The text on
the screen changes as you move from
language to language.
MENU LANGUAGE
DANSK
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight OPTIONS. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
OPTIONS menu and press to highlight MENU
LANGUAGE. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the MENU
LANGUAGE menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Use and to move to your language choice.
(Beo4: Press or ).
>Press the centre button to make your choice.
(Beo4: Press GO).
>Press STOP to back up through previous menus
or press BACK to exit all menus directly. (Beo4:
Press STOP or EXIT).
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
select
accept
GO
Settings and preferences for the DVD player
The DVD menus offer numerous
options for settings and adjustments.
On the following pages you find
detailed information about the
individual menus.
For an overview of the DVD menu
structure, refer to the DVD menu
overview on page 5.
Play Mode menu
Initial Settings menu
What’s on the A–B Repeat menu …
The A–B repeat function allows you to specify two
points on a disc that form a loop to be played over
and over.
What’s on the Digital Audio Out menu …
Dolby Digital Out … Options are Dolby Digital
and Dolby Digital >PCM, which is two channel
stereo sound.
DTS Out … Options are DTS and DTS > PCM,
which is two channel stereo sound.
When you select the start or end point in the menu,
the current playback point is stored.
Select Off when you no longer wish to repeat
playback of the selected section of the disc.
What’s on the Repeat menu …
The Repeat function allows you to repeat a title,
chapter or track on a disc over and over.
When you select a title, chapter or track in the
menu, the current one is stored.
Select Repeat Off when you no longer wish to
repeat playback of the selected section of the disc.
What’s on the Random menu …
The Random function allows you to play titles,
chapters or tracks on a disc in random order.
Select Random Off when you no longer wish to
repeat playback of the selected section of the disc.
What’s on the Search Mode menu …
The Search Mode function allows you to search
through a disc, either by searching for a specific
title or chapter, or by searching for a moment in
elapsed time on a disc.
and use the number buttons to move to
Press
this point in time. (Beo4: Use the number
buttons).
What’s on the Video Output menu …
TV Screen … Do not change.
Component Out … Do not change.
AV Connector Out … Do not change.
What’s on the Language menu …
Audio Language … Select the language for
audio playback from the languages shown, and
if your preferred language is available on your
DVDs, then audio playback will be in that
language.
Subtitle language … Select your preferred
subtitle language from the languages shown,
and if your preferred language is available on
your DVDs, then subtitles will be shown in that
language*.
DVD Menu Language … Select your preferred
language for the disc menus from the available
languages shown, and if your preferred language
is available on your DVDs, then the disc menus
will be in that language.
Subtitle display … Select whether or not
subtitles are to be displayed during playback.
*Some DVDs will require you to choose a subtitle
language from a disc menu, even if you have
previously selected a default subtitle language
from the ‘Language’ menu.
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>> Settings and preferences for the DVD player
What’s on the Display menu …
OSD Language … Select the language for the
menus from the languages shown.
On Screen Display … Select whether or not
status displays are to be shown on the screen.
Options are On and Off.
Angle Indicator … Select whether or not you
wish the camera icon to appear on the screen
during scenes with multiple camera angles.
Options are On and Off.
What’s on the Options menu …
Parental Lock … Some DVDs feature a Parental
Lock level. If you specify a level lower than the
one contained on the disc, the disc will not play
unless your pincode is entered.
Some discs also support the Country Code feature.
This means that the player does not play certain
scenes on the disc, depending on the Country
Code you set.
Before you can set the Parental Lock level or the
Country Code, you must enter a pincode. You can
change the pincode at any time in the Parental
Lock menu.
Menus for the pincode, Parental Lock level and
Country Code appear when you set Parental Lock
and use the number buttons on
to On. Press
Beo5 to enter your pincode, Parental Lock level
and Country Code and press the centre button to
store your settings. (Beo4: Use the number
buttons and press GO).
DivX VOD® … Select to see your registration
code.
Disc Navigator menu
The Disc Navigator menu allows you to quickly step
to specific titles or chapters on a disc. Use , , and to select a title or chapter and press the
centre button to start playback. (Beo4: Use , , and ).
DVD SETUP
DVD
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
DVD SETUP
To disable the Parental Lock …
IMPORTANT! You must remove the disc from the
DVD player and make sure the loader is closed
before you disable the Parental Lock.
DVD
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
PARENTAL LOCK
select
>Press DVD to activate the DVD player.
>Press DVD Setup to bring up the DVD SETUP
menu. (Beo4: Press MENU twice).
>Press to move the cursor down to the
OPTIONS menu. (Beo4: Press ).
>Press Menu to reveal the item PARENTAL LOCK.
(Beo4: Press MENU).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
PARENTAL LOCK menu. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press the centre button to disable the Parental
Lock (Beo4: Press GO), or …
>… press STOP to leave the menu without
disabling the Parental Lock.
>Press BACK to leave all menus. (Beo4: Press
EXIT).
Note: When you disable the Parental Lock, the DVD
player restarts automatically. All settings you have
made for the DVD player, such as language
selection, are reset and you must make your
settings again.
GO
select
GO
PARENTAL LOCK
To disable Parental lock
press GO
accept
GO
BeoLink system
All your Bang & Olufsen products can
be connected in a BeoLink system.
This enables you to distribute sound
and picture from one central source
throughout the house.
Advanced operation, 7
All you need to know about using your television beyond daily use, such as how to
operate timed play and timed standby functions, a connected set-top box, and a
connected recorder
Placement, sockets and connections, 15
Find out how to handle and place your television, where the sockets are placed,
and how to connect and register extra equipment.
Tuning and preference settings, 25
Find out how to set up your television for the first time and tune in channels. This
chapter also contains information about settings for time, date, picture and sound. BeoLink system, 49
•
•
•
•
Connect and operate an audio system, 50
Distribute sound and picture with BeoLink, 52
Your television in a link room, 54
Two televisions in the same room, 56
Index, 58
Find the subject you want to know more about.
49
Connect and operate an audio system
50
If you connect a compatible Bang &
Olufsen audio system to the
television using a Master Link cable,
you obtain the benefits of an
integrated audio/video system.
Play a CD on your audio system using
speakers connected to the television,
or switch on a TV programme and
send the sound to your audio system
speakers.
Your AV system can be placed
together in one room or in two
rooms with the television placed in
one room and the audio system with
a set of speakers placed in another.
Not all Bang & Olufsen audio systems
support integration with the television.
Connect your audio system to the television
Using a BeoLink cable, connect the sockets
marked MASTER LINK on the television and
the audio system.
Programme the AV setup with Beo5
If your television has been set up in an AV
system, you may need to set it to the correct
Option with Beo5. Switch the entire system to
standby first.
Option setting for the television
>Place yourself in front of the television.
>While holding the • button, press the centre
button to bring up the SETUP menu on Beo5.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press Option Pgm to bring up the Option Pgm
display on Beo5.
>Press the button that matches the zone in which
the television is placed, for example, Tv Area.
Option setting for the audio system
>Place yourself in front of the audio system.
>While holding the • button, press the centre
button to bring up the SETUP menu on Beo5.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press Option Pgm to bring up the Option Pgm
display on Beo5.
>Press the button that matches the zone in which
the audio system is placed, for example, Audio
Area.
Program the AV setup with Beo4
You can set your television, placed in an AVsystem, to the correct Option using Beo4.
Switch the entire system to standby first.
Option setting for the television
>While holding the • button on Beo4, press LIST.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? and
press GO on Beo4.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display V.OPT and then
key in the appropriate number (1, 2 or 4).
Option setting for the audio system
>While holding the • button on Beo4, press LIST.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display A.OPT on Beo4 and then key in the appropriate number (0, 1, 2,
5 or 6).
If the television and an audio system is set up in
one room with all speakers connected to the
television, set the television to Option 2 and the
audio system to Option 0.
If the television (with or without additional
speakers) and the audio system (with a
connected set of speakers) is set up in the same
room, set the television to Option 1 and the
audio system to Option 1.
If the audio system is set up in one room, and the
television (with or without additional speakers)
in another, set the television to Option 2 and
the audio system to Option 2.
For information about Option 4, 5 and 6, refer to
page 54 and 56.
51
Use an integrated audio/video system
If you integrate your audio system and your
television, you can choose a speaker
combination appropriate to the current video
or audio programme, and also record video
sound on the audio system.
Video sound recording
If you listen to sound from your television on your
Bang & Olufsen audio system’s speakers, and your
audio system has a tape recorder, you can record
television sound on the audio tape recorder. Refer
to the Guide enclosed with your audio system for
further information.
Zone ‘A’
LIST
TV
TV
TV
AV
Zone ‘A’
LIST
TV
TV
AV
TV
To listen to sound from a television source on your
audio system speakers without switching on the
screen, select the zone for your audio system
speakers on Beo5, and then press a source button,
such as TV. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display
AV, then press TV). Beo5 instruction is shown to
the left and Beo4 instruction to the right.
Zone ‘B’
LIST
CD
AV
CD
To listen to audio sound on the speakers connected
to the television, select the zone for speakers
connected to the television on Beo5, and then
press an audio source button, such as CD. (Beo4:
Press LIST repeatedly to display AV, then press CD).
Beo5 instruction is shown to the left and Beo4
instruction to the right.
To listen to sound from a television source on your
audio system speakers with the screen switched
on, press TV, then select the zone for your audio
system speakers and press TV again. (Beo4: Press
TV, then LIST repeatedly to display AV, then TV
again). Beo5 instruction is shown to the left and
Beo4 instruction to the right.
Distribute sound and picture with BeoLink
52
The BeoLink system makes it possible
to distribute picture and/or sound to
other rooms throughout the house.
For example, you can connect your
television in the living room to
another video system or set of
speakers in another room, thereby
making it possible to ‘move’ the
picture or sound to other rooms.
If you have a BeoLink distribution
system installed, you can either use
your television in the main room,
such as a living room, or in a link
room, such as a study or bedroom.
Under certain circumstances, it may
be necessary to enter modulator
settings.
Link connections
MASTER
LINK
ANT 1
To the MASTER LINK socket on the
link room system
LINK TV
OUT
Video signal distribution to link
rooms
RF Link
Amplifier
The main room television must be connected
to the link room system with a Master Link
cable:
>Connect the Master Link cable to the socket
marked MASTER LINK on the television.
>If you want to distribute video signals as well,
connect an ordinary aerial cable to the socket
marked LINK TV on the television. Then run the
aerial cable to the RF Link Amplifier and the
Master Link cable to the link room. Follow the
instructions enclosed with the link room
equipment.
If an audio system is already connected to the
Master Link socket and you wish to connect more
equipment, the Master Link cable must be split in
two and joined with the cable from the link room
using a special junction box. Contact your Bang &
Olufsen retailer for assistance.
Digital signals (HDMI) cannot be distributed from
a main room television to the link room system.
53
System modulator
Link frequency
If you have an audio setup, such as a BeoLink
Active/Passive, and you choose to set up a
non-linkable television in the same room, you
must set the sys­tem modulator to ON. The
factory setting is OFF, which must be used if
you are using a linkable Bang & Olufsen
television.
If, for example, a TV channel in your area is
broadcasted on the same frequency as the
factory setting for the BeoLink system; 599
MHz, you must tune the system modulator to
an unoccupied frequency. When you change
the link frequency in the main room
television, make sure that the link frequency
in the link room television corresponds to it.
To switch on the system modulator …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the TV
TUNING menu, and press to highlight LINK
FREQUENCY. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press twice, followed by the centre button.
The MODULATOR SETUP menu appears. (Beo4:
Press twice then GO).
>Press or to reveal ON. (Beo4: Press or ).
>Press the centre button to store the setting
(Beo4: Press GO), or …
>… press BACK to leave all menus without
storing. (Beo4: Press EXIT).
MODULATOR SETUP
MODULATOR
ON
store
GO
The MODULATOR SETUP menu.
To change the link frequency …
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press to highlight TUNING. (Beo4: Use
).
>Press the centre button to bring up the TV
TUNING menu and press to highlight LINK
FREQUENCY. (Beo4: Press GO and ).
>Press the centre button to bring up the LINK
FREQUENCY menu. FREQUENCY is already
highlighted. (Beo4: Press GO).
>Press or to find an unused frequency. (Beo4:
Press or ).
>Press the centre button to store the setting
(Beo4: Press GO), or …
>… press BACK to leave all menus without
storing. (Beo4: Press EXIT).
LINK FREQUENCY
FREQUENCY
599
search
store
The LINK FREQUENCY menu.
GO
BeoLink – Your television in a link room
54
If you have BeoLink installed in your
home and you choose to place your
television in a link room, you can
operate all connected systems
through the television.
Option setting
You must follow the procedure described
below when you connect your television
for use in a link room:
1 Connect the link room television to the
mains
2 Using your remote control, programme
the link room television to the correct
Option
3 Disconnect the link room television
from the mains
4 Make the necessary connections
5 Reconnect the link room television to
the mains.
With Beo5 …
>Place yourself in front of the link room
television.
>While holding the • button, press the centre
button to bring up the SETUP menu on Beo5.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press Option Pgm to bring up the Option Pgm
display on Beo5.
>Press the button that matches the zone in which
the television is placed.
For your entire system to function properly, it
is essential that the television in the link
room is set to the correct Option before you
connect it to the television in the main room!
With Beo4 …
>While holding the • button, press LIST on Beo4.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display V.OPT on Beo4 and press 6*.
Main room
Link room
‘Zone XX’
(Option 6)
*If you connect the television for use in a link
room where other link systems are already
connected, such as speakers, you must set the
television to Option 5 instead.
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Link room operation
When you are in the link room, you can
operate all connected systems with the
remote control.
Use sources present only in one of the
rooms …
>Press the button for the source you wish to use,
for example RADIO.
>Operate the selected source as usual.
Use a main room source – source type present
in both rooms …
>Press Link to bring up a source display on Beo5.
(Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display LINK).
>Press the button for the source you wish to use,
for example TV.
>Operate the source as usual.
Use a link room source – source type present
in both rooms …
>Press the button for the source you wish to use,
for example TV.
>Operate the source as usual.
Listen to stereo sound in your link room …
Usually sound distributed from a main room video
source, such as a set-top box, to the link room is
transmitted in mono. However, you can select
stereo sound:
>Press TV to switch on the television.
>Press AV to bring up a source display on Beo5.
(Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display AV).
>Press, for example DTV, to activate a source
connected to the main room television, such as
a set-top box.
While using this function, distribution of other
main room sources to other link room systems is
not possible.
Main room
Link room
Two televisions in the same room
56
If you have placed your television in a
room where you already have a
Bang & Olufsen television, and
commands from your remote control
can be received by both televisions,
you must change the option setting
of the television. This prevents
simultaneous activation of both
televisions.
One remote control for both televisions
For your television to function properly, it is
essential that the television is set to the
correct Option:
To set the correct Option with Beo4 …
>While holding the • button, press LIST on Beo4.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display OPTION? on
Beo4 and press GO.
>Press LIST repeatedly to display V.OPT on Beo4 and press 4.
*NOTE! For information about choice of zone,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
Zone ‘A’
TV
Zone ‘B’
TV
BeoVision 7
Zone ‘B’
To set the correct Option with Beo5 …
>Place yourself in front of the television.
>While holding the • button, press the centre
button to bring up the SETUP menu on Beo5.
>Let go of both buttons.
>Press Option Pgm to bring up the Option Pgm
display on Beo5.
>Press the button that matches the zone in which
the television is placed.*
BeoVision 7
Zone ‘A’
57
Beo4 – Operate your television in Option 4 …
Normally, you can activate a source, such as
TV, simply by pressing the relevant source
button on your remote control. However,
when you set your television to Option 4, you
must do the following, if you have a Beo4:
BeoVision 7
Option 4
>Press LIST repeatedly to display LINK on Beo4.
>Press a source button, such as TV.
LINK
LIST
TV
TV
In order to use teletext on a television you have
set to Option 4, you must set up your Beo4 to
‘VIDEO 3’, but this limits the Beo4 functions that
can be used with televisions set to other Options.
58
Index
BeoLink
Connections
Connect and operate an audio system, 50
Connect your audio system to the
television, 50
Link connections, 52
Link frequency, 53
Link room operation, 55
Option setting, 54
Programme the AV setup with Beo4, 50
Programme the AV setup with Beo5, 50
System modulator, 53
Using an integrated audio/video system, 51
Your television in a link room, 54
Set the time and date, 45
Additional video equipment, 18
Aerial connection, 18
Camera, 22
Connect and operate an audio system, 50
Connect your audio system to the
television, 50
Connection panels, 20–21
Headphones, 22
IR receivers, 19
IR transmitters, 18
Loudspeakers, 18
Mains connection, 19
Projector, 19, 20
Recorder, 20
Register additional video equipment, 30
Set-top box, 20
Sockets for temporary connection, 22
Video signals, 18
What’s on the AV1 – AV6 menu, 31
What’s on the DISPLAY2 menu, 31
Computer monitor
Contact
Bring up the computer image on the
screen, 23
Connect and use a PC, 23
Contact Bang & Olufsen, Guide p. 23
Camera
Watch digital pictures on your screen, 23
Clock
Connection panels
Connection panels, 20–21
Sockets for temporary connection, 22
Displays and menus
Displayed information and menus, Guide p. 7
Menu overview, 4
DVD
Menu overlay, Guide p. 18
Camera angle, Guide p. 19
Disc navigation, Guide p. 17, 19
DVD – audio language, Guide p. 18
DVD – menu overview, 5
DVD operation, Guide p. 17
DVD – Parental Lock, 48
DVD - subtitle language, Guide p. 18
Load and play a DVD, Guide p. 16
Settings and preferences for the DVD
player, 47–48
59
First-time setup
Loudspeakers
Pincode
Assign roles to speakers, 33
Calibrate the motorised movement, 28–29
Calibrate the sound level, 35
Overview of first-time setup, 26
Register extra equipment, 30
Select your speaker types, 32
Set speaker distance, 34
Sound adjustments, 43
What’s on the AV1 – AV6 menu, 31
What’s on the DISPLAY2 menu, 31
What’s on the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu, 43
What’s on the SPEAKER DISTANCE menu, 34
What’s on the SPEAKER LEVEL menu, 35
What’s on the SPEAKER ROLES menu, 33
What’s on the SPEAKER TYPES menu, 32
Assign roles to speakers, 33
Calibrate the sound level, 35
Connect loudspeakers, 21
Select your speaker types, 32
Set speaker distance, 34
Sound adjustments, 43
What’s on the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu, 43
What’s on the SPEAKER DISTANCE menu, 34
What’s on the SPEAKER LEVEL menu, 35
What’s on the SPEAKER ROLES menu, 33
What’s on the SPEAKER TYPES menu, 32
Activate the pincode system, Guide p. 20
Change or delete your pincode, Guide p. 20
Enter the pincode, Guide p. 21
If you have forgotten your pincode, Guide
p. 21
Format
Change the picture format, Guide p. 13
Hard disc recorder
Connect a recorder, 20
Headphones
Sockets for temporary connection, 22
Home Automation
Connect a Home Automation system, 19, 21
Home cinema
Connections, 19, 21
Select speakers for movie sound, Guide p. 12
Speaker combinations, Guide p. 12
Picture format, Guide p. 13
Switch to Home cinema, Guide p. 13
Language
Choose menu language, 46
Maintenance
Cleaning cabinet surfaces, Guide p. 22
Cleaning the contrast screen, Guide p. 22
Master Link
Connect and operate an audio system, 50
Connect your audio system to the
television, 50
Link connections, 52
Link room operation, 55
Option setting, 54
Programme the AV setup with Beo4, 50
Programme the AV setup with Beo5, 50
Using an integrated audio/video system, 51
Your television in a link room, 54
Picture
Adjust brightness, colour or contrast, 42
Picture format, Guide p. 13
Picture mute, 42
See two sources at the same time, Guide p. 11
What’s on the PICTURE menu, 42
Placement
Set up the television, 16
Projector
Connections, 19–20
Registration, 30–31
What’s on the DISPLAY2 menu, 31
Remote control
Introducing your BeoVision and your remote
control, Guide p. 4
Use a set-top box, 12
Use Beo4, Guide p. 5-6
Use Beo5, Guide p. 4, 6
Set-top box
Connections, 20
Set-top box operation, 12
Use the set-top box’s own menu, 13
Use the Beo4 remote control, 13
Use the Beo5 remote control, 12
Sound
Adjust or mute the sound, Guide p. 9
Adjust volume, bass or treble, 43
Change sound type or language, Guide p. 9
Change speaker combination, Guide p. 12
See the name of the active sound system, 36
What’s on the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu, 43
60
>> Index
Stand
Tune
Calibrate the motorised movement, 28–29
Set positions for the television to turn to, 44
Turn the television, Guide p. 10
Adjust tuned channels, 40
Edit tuned TV channels, 38
Fine-tune channels, 40
Move, name or delete tuned TV channels, 38
Re-tune or add channels, 41
Surround sound
Calibrate the sound level, 35
Choose speaker combination, Guide p. 12
Connect speakers, 21
Preset speaker combination, 43
See the name of the active sound system, 36
Set speaker distance, 34
Sound adjustments, 43
What’s on the SOUND ADJUSTMENT
menu, 43
What’s on the SPEAKER DISTANCE menu, 34
What’s on the SPEAKER LEVEL menu, 35
What’s on the SPEAKER ROLES menu, 33
What’s on the SPEAKER TYPES menu, 32
Teletext
Basic teletext functions, Guide p. 14
Day-to-day use of MEMO pages, Guide p. 15
First time use of teletext, Guide p. 15
Store favourite teletext pages, Guide p. 15
Timer
Set the television to switch itself on and off, 8
Set the time and date, 45
Timed play and timed standby, 8
View, edit or delete a Timer, 9
What’s on the TIMER PROGRAMMING
menu, 9
TV channels
Adjust tuned channels, 40
Edit tuned TV channels, 38
Fine-tune channels, 40
Move, name or delete tuned TV channels, 38
Re-tune or add channels, 41
Wake-up Timer
Check or delete a Wake-up Timer, 11
Enter a Wake-up Timer, 10
Wake-up Timer, 10
What’s on the WAKE UP TIMER menu, 10
Wall bracket
Calibrate the motorised movement, 28–29
Set positions for the television to turn to, 44
Turn the television, Guide p. 10
61
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) – Environmental protection
The European Parliament and the Council of the
European Union have issued the Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equip­ment Directive. The purpose of
the Directive is the prevention of waste of electrical
and electronic equipment, and to promote the reuse
and recycling and other forms of recovery of such
waste. As such the Directive concerns producers,
distributors and consumers.
The WEEE directive requires that both manufacturers
and end-consumers dispose of electrical and
electronic equipment and parts in an environmentally
safe manner, and that equipment and waste are
reused or recovered for their materials or energy.
Electrical and electronic equipment and parts must
not be disposed of with ordinary household refuse;
all electrical and electronic equipment and parts
must be collected and disposed of separately.
When disposing of electrical and electronic equip­
ment by use of the collection systems available in
your country, you protect the environment, human
health and contribute to the prudent and rational
use of natural resources. Collecting electrical and
electronic equipment and waste prevents the
potential contamination of nature with the
hazardous substances which may be present in
electrical and electronic products and equipment.
Your Bang & Olufsen retailer will assist with and
advise you of the correct way of disposal in your
country.
Small products may not always be marked with
the pictogram in which case this is present in the
instructions for use, on the guarantee certificate
and printed on the packaging.
Products and equipment which must be collected
for reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery are
marked with the pictogram shown.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential unpublished works.
Copyright 1992–1997. All rights reserved.
“DTS”, “DTS-ES” and “Neo:6” are trademarks of
Digital Theater Systems
This product is in conformity with
the provisions of the Directives
1999/5/EC and 2006/95/EC.
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Technical specifications, features and the use
thereof are subject to change without notice.
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