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Owner’s Instructions
HL-S4265W
HL-S5065W
HL-S5665W
HL-S6165W
HL-S6765W
HL-S5055W
This device is a Class B digital apparatus.
Register your product at www.samsung.com/global/register
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A Guide to Digital TV
• What is Digital Television?
Digital television (DTV) is a new way of transmitting high quality video and audio to your TV set.
Using DTV, broadcasters can transmit high definition TV (HDTV) images, Dolby digital surround
audio, and new services such as multicasting (transmitting more than one program on the same
TV channel) and datacasting. Several of these services can be combined into a single digital
broadcast.
Digital Television Services
• Digital Picture Quality
DTV programs are transmitted in two different formats. The first is Standard Definition Television
(SDTV) and the second is High Definition Television (HDTV).
• SDTV program formats include 480-line interlaced (480i) and 480-line progressive (480p) video.
480i programs are essentially a digital version of our current analog TV programs, while the 480p
format offers improved image detail over 480i. Some 480p programs are broadcast in widescreen
and are comparable to progressive-scan DVD movies in image quality.
• HDTV program formats include 1080-line interlaced (1080i) and 720-line progressive (720p).
Both HDTV formats are always broadcast in widescreen, and offer much higher picture quality than
SDTV.
• Dolby Surround Sound
With DTV, you can listen to a variety of Dolby digital audio formats from Dolby Surround 2.0 to
Dolby Digital 5.1 surround, using your home audio system. Many HDTV programs are now
broadcast with DD 5.1 soundtracks.
U.S.A Only
The product unit accompanying this user manual is licensed under certain intellectual property rights of certain third
parties. In particular, this product is licensed under the following US patents:
5,991,715, 5,740,317, 4,972,484, 5,214,678, 5,323,396, 5,539,829, 5,606,618, 5,530,655, 5,777,992,
6,289,308, 5,610,985, 5,481,643, 5,544,247, 5,960,037, 6,023,490, 5,878,080, and under US Published
Patent Application No. 2001-44713-A1.
This license is limited to private non-commercial use by end-user consumers for licensed contents. No rights are
granted for commercial use. The license does not cover any product unit other than this product unit and the license
does not extend to any unlicensed product unit or process conforming to ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3 used
or sold in combination with this product unit. The license only covers the use of this product unit to encode and/or
decode audio files conforming to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3. No rights are granted under this license
for product features or functions that do not conform to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3.
Other countries
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third parties. This license is limited to private non-commercial use by end-user consumers for licensed contents.
No rights are granted for commercial use. The license does not cover any product unit other than this product unit
and the license does not extend to any unlicensed product unit or process conforming to ISO/IEC 11172-3 or
ISO/IEC 13818-3 used or sold in combination with this product unit. The license only covers the use of this
product unit to encode and/or decode audio files conforming to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3.
No rights are granted under this license for product features or functions that do not conform to the ISO/IEC
11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3.
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Q&A
1. Is the antenna I use for existing TV reception good enough for DTV?
Over-the-air (OTA) digital TV broadcasting uses the same channels as analog TV and works well
with many existing TV antennas. However, DTV broadcast channel assignments are different than
analog channels. You should find out whether your local DTV broadcasts are on VHF (channels
2-13) or UHF (channels 14-69) to see if you need a different antenna.
If your DTV channels are on UHF and you already get good UHF reception, your present antenna
may work fine. The same holds true for VHF DTV reception. Note that in some markets, both VHF
and UHF channels are used for DTV broadcasts.
You can find out the latest DTV channel assignments for your area by browsing selected Internet
web sites such as www.titantv.com, www.10000watts.com, and www.fcc.gov.
2. How difficult is it to receive DTV signals indoors?
This depends on whether your local DTV stations are running full power or not and how close your
location is to the transmission tower. DTV receivers do not require as much signal as analog TV
receivers to produce high-quality images and sound.
Once the DTV signal level exceeds a certain threshold at the receiver, the digital video and audio
data is decoded at the same quality it was originally encoded for broadcast.
This is a big advantage for DTV over analog TV - there is no noise, ghosting, static, or scratchy
audio.
3. How can I connect an antenna in my townhouse, co-operative apartment,
condominium, or apartment?
The Federal Communications Commission’s OTARD Rule (part of the Telecommunications Act of
1996) allows residents of condominiums, townhouse, or members of neighborhood associations to
put up outside antennas for reception of broadcast TV signals as long as those antennas are not
located in common areas and are no more than 12’ in height.
Residents of rental units (apartments, etc.) are not covered by the OTARD rules and will have to use
indoor antennas to receive DTV broadcasts. It is possible that the landlord of an apartment complex
can provide broadcast DTV signals via a master TV antenna system to each apartment.
4. Can I connect my DTV set-top receiver to my cable TV service?
Cable TV systems use a different method for transmitting digital TV programs that is currently
incompatible with broadcast DTV set-top receivers. So you will still need to use an outdoor or
indoor antenna to receive OTA broadcast DTV programs.
The good news is that you won’t have to pay a monthly or per-program charge to watch OTA DTV
and HDTV programs. They’re free, unlike subscription satellite TV or premium cable TV. All you
need is an antenna and a DTV set-top receiver to enjoy clear, sharp widescreen images and
high-quality audio.
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Table of Contents
Your New Wide TV...................................................................................8
Viewing Position ......................................................................................................8
List of Features.........................................................................................................9
Checking Accessories...............................................................................................9
Right side buttons...................................................................................................10
Side Panel Jacks ................................................................................................... 10
Front Panel LED Indicators.......................................................................................11
Rear Panel Jacks ....................................................................................................12
Remote Control......................................................................................................13
Connections ...........................................................................................16
Connecting VHF and UHF Antennas ........................................................................16
Antennas with 75-ohm Round Leads ..............................................................16
Connecting Cable TV .............................................................................................17
Cable without a Cable Box...........................................................................17
Cable with a Cable Box that Descrambles All Channels...................................17
Cable with a Cable Box that Descrambles Some (But Not All) Channels ............18
Connecting a VCR .................................................................................................19
Connecting a VCR to the Video or S-Video/Audio jack....................................19
Connecting a Second VCR to Record from the TV ...........................................19
Connecting a Camcorder .......................................................................................20
Connecting a DVD Player .......................................................................................21
Connecting to Y, PB, PR .................................................................................21
Connecting to Audio and Video Jacks............................................................21
Connecting a DTV Set-Top Box ................................................................................22
Connecting to Y, PB, PR .................................................................................22
Connecting to HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) ..............................22
Connecting to DVI (Digital Visual Interface) ....................................................23
Connecting a Digital Audio System..........................................................................23
Connecting to an Analog Amplifier..........................................................................24
Operation ..............................................................................................26
Turning the TV On and Off .....................................................................................26
Plug & Play Feature................................................................................................26
Viewing the Menus and On-Screen Displays .............................................................29
Selecting a Menu Language....................................................................................30
Memorizing the Channels .......................................................................................31
Changing Channels ...............................................................................................33
Customizing Your Remote Control ............................................................................34
Remote Control Codes............................................................................................38
Setting the Clock....................................................................................................41
Setting the On/Off Timer ........................................................................................43
Setting the Sleep Timer ...........................................................................................44
Viewing an External Signal Source ..........................................................................45
Assigning Names to External Input Mode .................................................................46
Channel Control .....................................................................................48
Selecting Your Favorite Channels .............................................................................48
Viewing the Channel Lists .......................................................................................50
Editing the Channel Lists .........................................................................................51
Default List mode ...................................................................................................53
Labeling the Channels ............................................................................................54
Fine Tuning Analog Channels Analog .......................................................................55
Checking the Digital-Signal Strength Digital ..............................................................56
LNA (Low Noise Amplifier) .....................................................................................57
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Picture Control ........................................................................................60
Picture Control.......................................................................................................60
Changing the Picture Size.......................................................................................63
Digital Noise Reduction ..........................................................................................64
Viewing the DNIe Demonstration .............................................................................65
Setting the My Color Control Mode .........................................................................66
Using the Color Weakness Enhancement Feature.......................................................68
Setting the Film Mode ............................................................................................69
Freezing the Picture................................................................................................70
Setting the Blue Screen Mode..................................................................................71
Sound Control ........................................................................................74
Sound Control .......................................................................................................74
Auto Volume..........................................................................................................76
Choosing a Multi-Channel Sound (MTS) track Digital .................................................77
Choosing a Multi-Channel Sound (MTS) track Analog .................................................78
Selecting the Internal Mute......................................................................................79
Setting the On/Off Melody.....................................................................................80
Setting up DNSe (Digital Natural Sound engine) .......................................................81
Sound Reset ..........................................................................................................82
Special Features .....................................................................................84
Setting the Function Help ........................................................................................84
Menu Transparency Level........................................................................................85
Using Game Mode ................................................................................................86
Using the V-Chip....................................................................................................87
Using the V-Chip for Digital channels .......................................................................97
Viewing Closed Captions (On-Screen Text Messages) Analog ......................................99
Viewing Closed Captions (On-Screen Text Messages) Digital ....................................101
PC Display ...........................................................................................104
Using Your TV as a Computer (PC) Display .............................................................104
Adjusting the Picture Quality .................................................................................107
Changing the Picture Position ................................................................................108
Adjusting the Picture Quality and Position Automatically...........................................109
Changing the Picture Size (PC Mode) ....................................................................110
Viewing the Current Resolution ..............................................................................111
Initializing the Picture Settings ...............................................................................112
Appendix.............................................................................................114
Replacing the Lamp..............................................................................................114
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................116
Cleaning and Maintaining Your TV ........................................................................117
Using Your TV in Another Country .........................................................................117
Specifications ......................................................................................................117
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Your New Wide TV
Viewing Position
To optimize your viewing comfort, please follow the guidelines below for viewing distance.
If viewing for an extended period of time, sit as far back from the screen as possible.
When installing the product, make sure to keep
it away from the wall (more than 10 cm/4 inches)
for ventilation purposes.
• Poor ventilation may cause an increase in the
internal temperature of the product, resulting
in a shortened component life and degraded
performance.
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List of Features
Your TV was designed and engineered using the latest technology. It is a full-featured, high-performance
unit that exceeds industry standards. In addition, it has these special features:
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Easy-to-operate remote control
Easy-to-use on-screen menu system you can access from right side buttons or remote control
Automatic timer to turn the TV on and off at any time you choose
Adjustable picture and sound settings and the ability to memorize your favorite settings
Automatic channel tuning for up to 181 channels
A special filter to reduce or eliminate reception problems
Fine tuning control for the sharpest picture possible
A built-in multi-channel sound decoder for stereo and bilingual listening
Built-in, dual channel speakers
A special sleep timer
Widescreen TV with adjustable image size
Life-like clear images provided by DNle technology
My Color Control Mode for corresponding with your color style
Color weakness Mode
Digital Input jack
Digital Audio Output (OPTICAL) jack
Game Mode
Checking Accessories
Once you have unpacked your TV, check to make sure that you have all the parts shown here.
If any piece is missing or broken, call your dealer.
Owner’s Instructions
Warranty Card/
Registration Card/
Safety Guide Manual/
Quick Guide Manual/
Remote Control (BP59-00116A)/
AAA Batteries
Power Cord
3903-000144
The following parts are sold separately and are available at most electronics stores.
S-VIDEO Cable
HDMI Cable
Optical Cable
Antenna Cable
HDMI/DVI cable
Component Cables (RCA)
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Your New Wide TV
Right side buttons
The buttons on the right side panel control your TV’s basic features, including the on-screen menu system.
To use the more advanced features, you must use the remote control.
The product color and shape may vary depending on the model.
Press to switch between viewing TV programs and signals from connected components.
Press to see the on-screen menu.
Press to raise or lower the volume and to select items when using the on-screen menu.
Press to change channels and move between items on the on-screen menu.
Press to activate (or change) a particular item.
Side Panel Jacks
Use the right side panel jacks to connect a component that is used only occasionally (a camcorder or
video game, for example).
The product color and shape may vary depending on the model.
Connect the video signal from a camcorder or video game.
Connect the audio signal from a camcorder or video game.
Connect an S-Video signal from a camcorder or video game.
(S-Video 3 jack and Audio L/R input 3 are used in conjunction.)
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Front Panel LED Indicators
The three lights on the front panel indicate the status of your TV.
The product color and shape may vary depending on the model.
HL-S4265W/HL-S5065W/HL-S5665W/HL-S6165W/HL-S6765W
POWER
Press to turn the TV on and off.
Remote Control Sensor
Aim the remote control towards this spot on the TV.
HL-S5055W
POWER
Press to turn the TV on and off.
Remote Control Sensor
Aim the remote control towards this
spot on the TV.
Indicator Light Key
: Light is On
: Light is Blinking
: Light is Off
TIMER LAMP STAND BY/TEMP
Indication
Standby state.
The picture will automatically appear in about 15 seconds.
Auto Timer ON/OFF has been set and the set will automatically be
turned on in about 25 seconds.
A cooling fan inside the set is not operating normally.
Lamp cover on the rear of the set is not properly shut.
Check if the ventilation hole on the rear of the set is blocked, because
if the inner temperature is too high, the power will shut off.
Lamp may be defective. Please contact a certified technician.
• It takes about 30 seconds for the TV to warm up, so normal brightness may not appear immediately.
• The TV has a fan to keep the inside lamp from overheating. You’ll occasionally hear it working.
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Your New Wide TV
Rear Panel Jacks
Use the rear panel jacks to connect components such as a VCR. You can connect different components
such as VCRs, Set-Top Box and a DVD player etc., because there are two sets of video input jacks and
two sets of component video input jacks on the rear panel of your TV. For more information, see
“Connections”.
ΠANTENNA terminals
Two independent cables or antennas can be connected to
these terminals. Use “ANT 1 IN (CABLE)” and “ANT 2 IN (AIR)”
terminals to receive a signal from VHF/UHF antennas or your
cable system. (Refer to pages 16~18)
´ SERVICE
This jack is for service only.
ˇ DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) jack
Connect to a Digital Audio Component. (Refer to page 23)
¨ DVI (Digital Video Interface) AUDIO input jacks
Connect to the digital audio output jacks of a device with DVI
output. (Refer to page 23)
ˆ S-VIDEO input jacks
Connects an S-Video signal from an S-VHS VCR or DVD player.
(Refer to page 20)
’ PC VIDEO Input jack
Connect these to the video output jack on your PC.
˝ PC AUDIO Input jack
Connect these to the audio output jack on your PC.
(Refer to page 104)
Ô SERVICE 2
This jack is for service only.
 HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)/
DVI Input jack (HDMI 2/DVI IN)
Connect to the HDMI jack of a device with HDMI output.
This input can also be used as a DVI connection with separate
analog audio inputs. An optional HDMI/DVI cable will be
necessary to make this connection. When using the optional
HDMI/DVI adapter, the DVI analog audio inputs on your TV allow
you to receive left and right audio from your DVI device. (Not
compatible with PC) (Refer to pages 22~23)
Ø VIDEO/AUDIO input jacks
Connect video/audio signals from external sources, such as VCR
or DVD players. (Refer to pages 19 and 21)
Ò HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
Input jack (HDMI IN 1)
Connect to the HDMI jack of a device with HDMI output.
∏ VIDEO/AUDIO output jacks
Sends video/audio signals from the TV to an external source,
such as a VCR. These jacks are available only in TV, Video and
S-Video modes. (Refer to pages 19 and 24)
Ú POWER IN
Connect the supplied power cord.
” COMPONENT IN 1, 2 jacks (Y, PB, PR, AUDIO L/R)
Use these jacks to connect the component video/audio signals
from a DVD player or a Set-Top Box. (Refer to pages 21~22)
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Remote Control
You can use your remote control within a distance of 23 feet and an angle of 30 degrees from the left
and right sides of the TV’s remote control receiver. You can also use your remote control to operate your
VCR, Cable box, DVD player and Set-top box. See pages 38~40 for details.
1. POWER
Turns the TV on and off.
2. Channel Number
Press to directly tune to a particular channel.
3. Press to select additional channels (digital
and analog) being broadcast by the same
station. For example, to select channel
“54-3”, press “54”, then press “-” and “3”.
4. ANTENNA
Press to select “AIR” or “CABLE”.
5. CH MGR
Used to displays Channel Lists on the screen.
6. VCR/DVD Controls
Controls VCR or DVD functions: Rewind, Stop,
Play/Pause, Fast Forward.
7. VOL +, VOL Press to increase or decrease the volume.
8. MUTE
Press to mute the TV sound.
9. MENU
Displays the main on-screen menu.
10. ▲, ▼, œ, √, ENTER
Press to select highlight up, down, left, or
right. While using the on-screen menus,
press ENTER to activate (or change) a
particular item.
11. INFO
Press to display information on the TV
screen.
12. CAPTION
Controls the caption decoder.
13. P.MODE
Adjust the TV picture by selecting one of
the preset factory settings (or select your
personal, customized picture settings.)
(Refer to page 60)
14. S.MODE
Select Sound effect. (Refer to page 75)
15. MTS (Multichannel Television
Stereo)
Press to choose Stereo, Mono or SAP
(Secondary Audio Program).
16. Mode
(TV/DVD/STB/CABLE/VCR)
Selects a target device to be controlled by
the Samsung remote control (i.e., TV, DVD,
STB, CABLE, or VCR).
17. SOURCE
Press to display all of the available video
sources (TV, AV1, AV2, AV3, S-Video1,
S-Video2, S-Video3, Component1,
Component2, PC, HDMI1, and HDMI2).
18. PRE-CH
Tunes to the previous channel.
19. DNSe
DNSe enhances the sound quality,
automatically controls output,
and prevents sound distortion.
Press this button to set it On or Off.
(Refer to page 81)
20. FAV.CH (Favorite Channel)
Press to switch between your favorite
channels.
21. CH
/
Press to change channels.
22. EXIT
Press to exit the menu.
23. SLEEP
Press to select a preset time interval for
automatic shut off.
(Refer to page 44)
24. P.SIZE
Press to change the screen size.
(Refer to page 63)
25. STILL
Press to pause the current screen.
(Refer to page 70)
26. RESET
If your remote control is not functioning
properly, take out the batteries and press
the reset button for about 2~3 seconds.
Re-insert the batteries and try using the
remote control again.
27. SET
Used during set up of this remote control,
so that it will work compatibly with other
devices (Set-top box, VCR, Cable box,
DVD, etc.)
NOTES
• The Color buttons are used
during the channel list
function. (Refer to pages
48~53)
• This is a special remote
control for the visually
impaired, and has Braille
points on the POWER, VOL
+, VOL -, CH
/ , STOP,
and PLAY/PAUSE buttons.
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Your New Wide TV
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
With normal use, the batteries in the remote control should last about a year. If you notice a performance
degradation while using the remote, the batteries may need to be replaced. Make sure you replace both
batteries and do not mix old and new batteries in the remote control. If you won’t be using the remote
control for a long time, remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place.
1
Lift the cover at the back of the remote control
upward as shown in the figure.
2
Install two AAA size batteries. Make sure to
match the “+” and “–” ends of the batteries
with the diagram inside the compartment.
3
Close the cover as shown in the figure.
NOTE
• Do not mix battery types, i.e, alkaline and manganese.
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Connections
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Connections
Connecting VHF and UHF Antennas
If you do not have a cable system, you will need to connect an antenna to your TV.
Antennas with 75-ohm Round Leads
If your antenna looks like this:
1
Plug the antenna lead into
the ANT 2 IN (AIR) on the
rear panel of your TV.
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it has 75-ohm round leads.
Connecting Cable TV
You can connect different cable systems to your TV, including cable without a Cable box,
and cable with a Cable box that descrambles some or all channels.
Cable without a Cable Box
1
Plug the incoming cable into
the ANT 1 IN (CABLE) on the
rear panel of your TV.
Cable with a Cable Box that Descrambles All Channels
1
Find the cable connected to
the ANTENNA OUT
terminal on your Cable box.
This terminal might be
labeled “ANT OUT”, “VHF
OUT” or simply “OUT”.
2
Connect the other end of
the cable to the “ANT 1 IN
(CABLE)” terminal on the
rear panel of your TV.
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Connections
Cable with a Cable Box that Descrambles Some (But Not All) Channels
To complete this connection you will need a two-way splitter, an RF (A/B) switch, and four coaxial
cables (which you can buy from your Samsung dealer or any electronics store).
1
Find and disconnect the
cable that is connected to
the ANTENNA IN terminal
of your Splitter.
This terminal might be
labeled “ANT IN”, “VHF IN”
or simply, “IN”. Connect this
cable to a two-way splitter.
2
Connect a coaxial cable
between an OUT terminal
of the splitter and the IN
terminal of the Cable box.
3
Connect a coaxial cable
between the ANTENNA OUT
terminal of the Cable box
and the B-IN terminal of the
RF (A/B) switch.
4
Connect another cable
between the other OUT
terminal on the splitter and
the A–IN terminal on the
RF (A/B) switch.
5
Connect the last coaxial
cable between the OUT
terminal of the RF (A/B)
switch and the ANT 1 IN
(CABLE) on the TV.
After you’ve made this connection, set the A/B switch to the “A” position for normal viewing.
Set the A/B switch to the “B” position to view scrambled channels. (When you set the A/B switch
to “B”, you will need to tune your Set-Top Box to the Cable box's output channel, which is usually
channel 3 or 4.)
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Connecting a VCR
Connecting a VCR to the Video or S-Video/Audio jack
1
Connect a video cable
between the VIDEO IN (1
or 2) (or S-VIDEO IN) jack
on the TV and the VIDEO (or
S-VIDEO) output jack on the
VCR.
2
Connect a set of audio
cables between the AUDIO
IN (1 or 2) jacks on the TV
and the AUDIO output jacks
on the VCR.
TV Rear Panel
or
2
1
NOTES
• For better video, use an
S-Video cable.
• Please be sure to match the
color coded input terminals
and cable jacks.
Incoming
Cable or
Antenna
Stereo VCR
Connecting a Second VCR to Record from the TV
1
Connect a video cable
between the VIDEO OUT
jack on the TV and the
VIDEO input jack on the
VCR.
2
Connect a set of audio
cables between the AUDIO
OUT jacks on the TV and
the AUDIO input jacks on
the VCR.
TV Rear Panel
1
2
NOTES
• Refer to your VCR’s instructions
for more information about
how to record using this kind
of connection.
• Please be sure to match the
color coded input terminals
and cable jacks.
Incoming
Cable or
Antenna
Stereo VCR
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Connections
Connecting a Camcorder
The side panel jacks on your TV make it easy to connect a Camcorder to your TV.
You can use your camcorder to view tapes without using a VCR.
1
2
3
Locate the A/V output jacks
on the camcorder. They are
usually found on the side or
back of the camcorder.
Connect a set of audio
cables between the AUDIO
IN jacks on the TV and the
AUDIO output jacks on the
camcorder. If you have a
mono Camcorder, connect
L(mono) to the Camcorder
audio out using only one
audio cable.
Connect a video cable
between the VIDEO IN (or
S-VIDEO IN) jack on the TV
and the VIDEO (or S-VIDEO)
output jack on the Camcorder.
The audio-video cables shown
here are usually included with
a Camcorder. (If not, check
your local electronics store.)
If your Camcorder is stereo,
you need to connect a set of
two cables.
NOTE
• Please be sure to match the
color coded input terminals
and cable jacks.
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Camcorder
Output Jacks
TV Rear and right side
Camcorder
2
3
or
Connecting a DVD Player
The rear panel jacks on your TV make it easy to connect a DVD player to your TV.
Connecting to Y, PB, PR
1
Connect a set of audio
cables between the
COMPONENT (1 or 2)
AUDIO (L, R) IN jacks on
the TV and the AUDIO OUT
jacks on the DVD player.
2
To enable Component video
viewing, connect a set of
video cables between the
COMPONENT (1 or 2)
VIDEO (Y, PB, PR) IN jacks
on the TV and VIDEO
(Y/PB/PR or Y/CB/CR) OUT
jacks on the DVD player.
TV Rear Panel
Incoming
Cable or
Antenna
2
1
DVD Player
Connecting to Audio and Video Jacks
1
2
TV Rear Panel
Connect a set of audio
cables between the AUDIO
IN (1 or 2) jacks on the TV
and the AUDIO OUT jacks
on the DVD player.
Connect a video cable
between the VIDEO IN (1
or 2) jack on the TV and the
VIDEO OUT jack on the
DVD player.
Incoming
Cable or
Antenna
2
NOTES
• Component Video separates
the video into Y(Luminance
(Brightness)), PB (Blue) and PR
(Red) for enhanced video
quality.
• Please be sure to match the
color coded input terminals
and cable jacks.
1
DVD Player
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Connections
Connecting a DTV Set-Top Box
TV Rear Panel
Connecting to Y, PB, PR
1
Connect a set of audio
cables between the
COMPONENT (1 or 2)
AUDIO (L, R) IN jacks on
the TV and the AUDIO OUT
jacks on the Set-Top Box.
2
Connect a set of video
cables between the
COMPONENT (1 or 2)
VIDEO (Y, PB, PR) IN jacks
on the TV and VIDEO
(Y/PB/PR or Y/CB/CR) OUT
jacks on the Set-Top Box.
1
Incoming
Cable or
Antenna
NOTE
• Please be sure to match the
color coded input terminals
and cable jacks.
DTV Set-Top Box
Connecting to HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
1
Connect an HDMI cable
between the HDMI IN 1
jack on the TV and the HDMI
OUT jack on the Set-Top Box.
TV Rear Panel
NOTE
• Make sure the HDMI/DVI
source’s power is on, or you
will be unable to select it in the
TV menu’s source list.
1
Incoming
Cable or
Antenna
DTV Set-Top Box
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2
Connecting to DVI (Digital Visual Interface)
1
Connect a set of audio
cables between the DVI
AUDIO (L, R) IN jacks on the
TV and the AUDIO OUT
jacks on the Set-Top Box.
2
Connect an HDMI/DVI cable
between the HDMI 2/DVI IN
jack on the TV and the DVI
OUT jack on the Set-Top Box.
TV Rear Panel
2
1
NOTES
• Make sure the DVI source’s
power is on, or you will be
unable to select it in the
TV menu's source list.
• The HDMI/DVI IN jack is not
compatible with PC.
Incoming
Cable or
Antenna
DTV Set-Top Box
Connecting a Digital Audio System
There are many types of digital audio systems on the market today.
A simplified illustration of an audio system is shown below.
For more information, see your audio system owner’s manual.
1
If your audio system has an
optical digital audio input,
connect to the DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) jack
on the TV.
TV Rear Panel
NOTES
• OPTICAL: converts the electric
signal into an optical light
signal, and transmits it through
glass fibers.
• When a Digital audio system is
connected to the Digital Audio
Out (Optical) terminal:
Decrease the gain (volume) of
the TV, and adjust the volume
level with the audio system's
volume control.
1
Audio System
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Connections
Connecting to an Analog Amplifier
1
The AV OUT (AUDIO L/R)
terminals cannot be used for
external speakers.
You must hook them up to an
amplifier.
TV Rear Panel
When an audio amplifier is
connected to the AV OUT
(AUDIO L/R) terminals:
Decrease the gain (volume)
of the TV, and adjust the
volume level with the volume
control audio amplifier.
1
NOTE
• If using the HDMI/DVI, PC, or
Component input on the TV, the
audio output signal is available
only when the TV’s Internal Mute
is set to on.
(Refer to page 79)
Internal Speakers
Amplifier
Audio Out (Optical, L/R Out)
Internal
Mute Off
Internal
Mute On
Internal
Mute Off
Internal
Mute On
Video Output
RF
AV
S-Video
Active
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
Component
PC
HDMI
Active
Inactive
Active
Active
Inactive
When “Internal mute” is set to “On”, Sound menus except “Multi-Track Options” and “Digital Output”
cannot be adjusted.
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Operation
Turning the TV On and Off
Press the POWER button on the remote control.
You can also use the POWER button on the front panel.
Plug & Play Feature
When the TV is initially powered On, basic customer settings proceed automatically and subsequently:
Setting the language, checking the antenna input, memorizing the channels, and setting the time.
NOTE
• The Plug & Play function operates after plugging in the TV for the first time.
1
Press the POWER button on the remote
control. The message “Menu language,
Channels and Time will be set.” is
displayed.
Press the ENTER button, then the
Language menu is displayed.
Menu language, Channels and
Time will be set.
i
Start
• The Language menu will automatically
appear after several seconds, even if
the ENTER button is not pressed.
2
Press the ENTER button to enter the
language. Press the … or † button to
select language, then press the ENTER
button. “Selects the antenna to execute
the Auto Program Function.” menu is
automatically displayed.
Plug & Play
Select the language of the OSD.
Move
• The message to check the connected
status of the antenna is displayed.
3
Press the … or † button to memorize
the channels of the selected connection.
Press the ENTER button to select “Start”.
• If the antenna is connected to ANT 1
IN (CABLE), select “Cable” and if it
is connected to ANT 2 IN (AIR),
select “Air”.
• If both ANT 1 IN and ANT 2 IN are
connected, select the “Air + Cable”.
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English
Español
Français
Language
Enter
Skip
Plug & Play
Selects the antenna to execute the
Auto Program function.
Start
Air
Cable
Start
Air+Cable
Start
Move
Enter
Skip
4
Press the ENTER button to start the auto
program. By default, the cable TV system
is set to “STD”.
If you want to select another type of
cable system, press the œ button and
use the … or † button to select
“STD”, “HRC” or “IRC”.
Press the ENTER button.
Plug & Play
Selects a cable signal type for your
location.
STD
HRC
IRC
Start
Move
Enter
Skip
Auto Program
• STD, HRC, and IRC identify various
types of cable TV systems. Contact
your local cable company to identify
the type of cable system that exists in
your particular area. At this point the
signal source has been selected.
5
6
The TV will begin memorizing all of the
available channels.
After all the available channels are
stored, the Auto program menu
reappears. Press the ENTER button at
any time to interrupt the memorization
process.
Press the ENTER button, then the menu
to set the clock mode is automatically
displayed.
Press the ENTER button to select “Clock
Mode”.
Press the … or † button to select “Auto”
or “Manual”, then press the ENTER
button.
Auto program in progress.
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Enter
Skip
Auto Program
Auto Program is incomplete.
14 channels are memorized.
Air : 9 Cable : 5
Skip
Plug & Play
Sets the current time manually or automatically.
Auto
Manual
Clock Mode
Move
Enter
Skip
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Operation
Option 1: Setting the Clock Automatically
If you set “Clock Mode” to “Auto” in step 6, follow the instructions below.
7
Press the ENTER button to select
“DST”(Daylight Saving Time).
Press the … or † button to select “Off” or
“On”, then press the ENTER button.
Plug & Play
Set to daylight saving time.
Off
On
DST
Move
8
Press the … or † button to select time
zone, then press the ENTER button.
Press the … or † button to highlight the
time zone for your local area (and to
move the highlight to the appropriate time
zone on the map of the United States),
then press the ENTER button.
Enter
Skip
Plug & Play
Select the time zone where you are located.
Newfoundland
Atlantic
Eastern
Central
Mountain
Pacific
Alaska
Hawaii
Move
Enter
Skip
• When you set up Auto Time, the set time may
not be correct depending on the broadcasting
station and signal. If there is a difference
between the real time and set time, please set
the time manually.
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The message “Enjoy your watching.” is
displayed. When you have finished,
press the ENTER button.
i
Enjoy your watching.
OK
Option 2: Setting the Clock Manually
If you set “Clock Mode” to “Manual” in step 6, follow the instructions below.
7
• You can set the month, day,
year, hour and minute directly
by pressing the number buttons
on the remote control.
8
Plug & Play
Press the œ or √ button to move to
“Month”, “Day”, “Year”, “Hour”,
“Minute”, or “am/pm”.
Set the clock you want by pressing
the … or † button, then press the
ENTER button.
The message “Enjoy your watching.” is
displayed. When you have finished,
press the ENTER button.
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Enter the current date and time.
Month
Day
Year
--
----
Hour
Minute
am/pm
--
--
--
▲
-▼
Adjust
i
Move
Enter
Enjoy your watching.
OK
Skip
Viewing the Menus and On-Screen Displays
The on-screen menu system allows you to control the settings of your TV. Access the on-screen menu
system by pressing the MENU button on the remote control. Once the on-screen menu appears, use
the …/†/œ/√/ENTER buttons on your remote control to select menu items and make adjustments.
You can also view the on-screen menu system and make some adjustments using the TV’s side panel
buttons.
Viewing the Menus
1
Input
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
There are five menu groups:
“Input”, “Picture”, “Sound”,
“Channel”, and “Setup”.
Source List
Edit Name
Move
2
3
√
√
: TV
Enter
Exit
Picture
Press the … or † button to
select an item you want
in the menu.
Press the œ, √ or ENTER
button to display, change,
or use the selected items.
Use the ENTER button to
enter items in the menu.
Mode
Size
Digital NR
DNIe
My Color Control
Film Mode
Move
:
:
:
:
Dynamic
16:9
On
On
: Off
Enter
√
√
√
√
√
√
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit.
Viewing the Display
Press the INFO button on the
remote control.
The TV displays the current
channel, the status of certain
picture, sound settings and
the current time.
The information displayed varies
according to the selected source.
Air 3
Mono
Picture Mode
Sound Mode
MTS
Caption
V-Chip
12:00 am
:
:
:
:
:
Dynamic
Custom
Mono
Off
Off
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Operation
Selecting a Menu Language
1
Press the MENU button.
Press the … or † button to
select “Setup”, then press the
ENTER button.
Setup
Language
Time
Game Mode
V-Chip
Caption
Menu Transparency
Blue Screen
† More
Move
2
Press the ENTER button to
select “Language”.
Press the … or † button to
select “English”, “Español”
or “Français”, then press the
ENTER button.
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: Off
: Medium
: Off
Enter
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Return
Setup
Language
Time
Game Mode
V-Chip
Caption
Menu Transparency
Blue Screen
† More
Move
Press the EXIT button to exit.
: English
: English
English
Español
: Français
Off
: Medium
: Off
Enter
Return
Memorizing the Channels
Your TV can memorize and store all of the available channels for both “off-air” (antenna) and cable
channels. After the available channels are memorized, use the CH
and CH
buttons to scan
through the channels. This eliminates the need to change channels by entering the channel digits.
There are three steps for memorizing channels: selecting a broadcast source, memorizing the channels
(automatic) and adding and deleting channels (manual).
Selecting the Video Signal Source
Before your television can begin memorizing the available channels,
you must specify the type of signal source that is connected to the TV
(i.e., an antenna or cable system).
1
Press the MENU button.
Press the … or † button to
select “Channel”, then press
the ENTER button.
Channel
Move
2
Press the ENTER button to
select “Antenna”.
Press the … or † button to
select “Air” or “Cable”, then
press the ENTER button.
3
Enter
Return
Channel
Air
Antenna
: Cable
Cable
Auto Program
Channel Manager
Name
Fine Tune
Signal Strength
LNA
: On
Move
Press the … or † button to
select “Auto Program”, then
press the ENTER button.
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Antenna
: Air
Auto Program
Channel Manager
Name
Fine Tune
Signal Strength
LNA
: On
Enter
Return
Channel
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Antenna
: Air
Auto Program
Channel Manager
Name
Fine Tune
Signal Strength
LNA
: On
Move
Enter
Return
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NOTE
• All available DTV and analog channels are automatically stored
in memory.
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Operation
4
Press the … or † button to select the
Antenna connection, then press the
ENTER button.
• Air : “Air” antenna signal
Cable : “Cable” antenna signal
Air+Cable : “Air” and “Cable”
antenna signals
When selecting Cable TV system:
Press the ENTER button to start the auto
program. By default, the cable TV system
is set to “STD”.
If you want to select another type of
cable system, press the œ button and
use the … or † button to select
“STD”, “HRC” or “IRC”.
Press the ENTER button.
Auto Program
Selects the antenna to execute the Auto
Program function.
Air
Start
Cable
Start
Air+Cable
Start
Move
Enter
Return
Auto Program
Selects a cable signal type for your location.
STD
HRC
IRC
Start
Move
Enter
Return
• STD, HRC and IRC identify various types of cable TV systems.
Contact your local cable company to identify the type of cable system
that exists in your particular area.
At this point the signal source has been selected.
5
Press the √ button to select “Start”, then
press the ENTER button to start the auto
program. The TV begins memorizing all
available stations. Press the ENTER button
at any time to interrupt the memorization
process.
Auto Program
Selects a cable signal type for your location.
STD
HRC
IRC
Start
Move
Enter
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit.
Auto Program
• The TV must be connected to an
antenna in order to receive digital TV
signals. Even if a particular channel
is deleted from the memory, you can
always tune to that channel directly
by using the number buttons on the
remote control.
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Auto program in progress.
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Stop
Enter
Return
Changing Channels
Using the Channel Buttons
Press the CH
or CH
button to change channels.
When you press the CH
or CH
button, the TV changes channels in sequence.
You will see all the channels that the TV has memorized.
(The TV must have memorized at least three channels.)
You will not see channels that were either erased or not memorized.
Using the Number Buttons
Use the number buttons to quickly switch to any channel.
Press the number buttons to go directly to a channel. For example, to select channel 27, press
“2,” then “7.” The TV will change channels when you press the second number.
Using the “-” Button
The “-” button is used to select stations that broadcast both a digital and analog signal.
For example, for channel 7-1
(digital), press “7”, then “-”,
then “1”.
DTV Air
7-1
1080i 16:9
English
Picture Mode
Sound Mode
MTS
Caption
V-Chip
12:00 am
For channel 7-2 (analog), press
“7”, then “-”, then “2”.
: Dynamic
: Custom
: English
: Off
: Off
Air 7-2
Mono
Picture Mode
Sound Mode
MTS
Caption
V-Chip
12:00 am
NOTE
• HD indicates the TV is
receiving a Digital High
Definition signal.
SD indicates the TV is
receiving a Analog
standard definition
signal.
: Dynamic
: Custom
: Mono
: Off
: Off
Using the Previous Channel
Press the PRE-CH button.
The TV changes to the last channel you were watching.
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Operation
Customizing Your Remote Control
After it has been set up properly, your remote control can operate in five different modes: TV, VCR,
Cable, DVD, or Set-Top Box. Pressing the corresponding button on the remote control allows you to
switch between these modes, and control whichever piece of equipment you choose.
NOTE
• The remote control might not be compatible with all DVD Players, VCRs, Cable boxes,
and Set-Top Boxes.
Setting Up the Remote to Operate Your VCR
1
2
3
4
Turn off your VCR.
5
Press the POWER button on the remote control. Your VCR should
turn on if your remote is set up correctly.
Press the VCR button on your TV’s remote control.
Press the SET button on your TV's remote control.
Using the number buttons on your remote control, enter three
digits of the VCR code listed on page 38 of this manual for your
brand of VCR. Make sure you enter three digits of the code, even
if the first digit is a “0”. (If more than one code is listed, try the
first one.)
If your VCR does not turn on after set-up, repeat steps 2, 3 and 4,
but try one of the other codes listed for your brand of VCR.
If no other codes are listed, try each VCR code, 000 through 080.
Note on Using Remote Control Modes: VCR
When your remote control is in “VCR” mode, the volume buttons still
control your TV’s volume.
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Setting Up the Remote to Operate Your Cable Box
1
2
3
4
Turn off your cable box.
5
Press the POWER button on the remote control.
Your cable box should turn on if your remote is set up correctly.
Press the CABLE button on your TV’s remote control.
Press the SET button on your TV's remote control.
Using the number buttons on your remote control, enter three
digits of the cable box code listed on page 39 of this manual for
your brand of cable box. Make sure you enter three digits of the
code, even if the first digit is a “0”.
(If more than one code is listed, try the first one.)
If your cable box does not turn on after set-up, repeat steps 2, 3
and 4, but try one of the other codes listed for your brand of cable
box. If no other codes are listed, try each code, 000 through 046.
Note on Using Remote Control Modes: Cable Box
When your remote control is in “CATV” mode, the volume buttons
still control your TV’s volume.
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Operation
Setting Up the Remote to Operate Your DVD
1
2
3
4
Turn off your DVD.
5
Press the POWER button on the remote control.
Your DVD should turn on if your remote is set up correctly.
Press the DVD button on your TV’s remote control.
Press the SET button on your TV's remote control.
Using the number buttons on your remote control, enter three
digits of the DVD code listed on page 40 of this manual for your
brand of DVD. Make sure you enter three digits of the code, even
if the first digit is a “0”. (If more than one code is listed, try the
first one.)
If your DVD does not turn on after set-up, repeat steps 2, 3 and 4,
but try one of the other codes listed for your brand of DVD. If no
other codes are listed, try each code, 000 through 141.
Note on Using Remote Control Modes: DVD
When your remote control is in “DVD” mode, the volume buttons still
control your TV’s volume.
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Setting Up the Remote to Operate Your Set Top Box
1
2
3
4
Turn off your STB.
5
Press the POWER button on the remote control.
Your STB should turn on if your remote is set up correctly.
Press the STB button on your TV’s remote control.
Press the SET button on your TV's remote control.
Using the number buttons on your remote control, enter three
digits of the STB code listed on page 39 of this manual for your
brand of STB. Make sure you enter three digits of the code, even
if the first digit is a “0”. (If more than one code is listed, try the
first one.)
If your STB does not turn on after set-up, repeat steps 2, 3 and 4,
but try one of the other codes listed for your brand of STB.
If no other codes are listed, try each code, 000 through 074.
Note on Using Remote Control Modes: STB
When your remote control is in “STB” mode, the volume buttons still
control your TV’s volume
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Operation
Remote Control Codes
VCR
Brand
SAMSUNG
ADMIRAL
AIWA
AKAI
AUDIO DYNAMICS
BELL&HOWELL
BROKSONIC
CANDLE
CANON
CITIZEN
COLORTYME
CRAIG
CURTIS MATHES
DAEWOO
DB
DIMENSIA
DYNATECH
ELECTROHOME
EMERSON
FISHER
FUNAI
GENERAL ELECTRIC
GO VIDEO
LG(Goldstar)
HARMAN KARDON
HITACHI
INSTANT REPLAY
JC PENNEY
JCL
KENWOOD
KLH
LIOYD
LOGIK
LXI
JVC
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MARTA
KONIA
ORION
MEI
MEMOREX
MGA
MIDLAND
MINOLTA
Code
000 001 002 003 004 005 077 078 079
020
025
004 027 032
007 026
018
022
002 003 006 008 015 055
021 056
002 003 006 008 015 055
007
002 024
002 007 008 017 021 025 056 064 066
003 010 011 012 013 014 015 016
007 026
017
025
034
001 003 006 021 022 025 030 032 034 040 047 050
052 060 063 065 066 067 069 073
018 024 028 029 048 051 061
025
002 005 017 021 056
002
006 007 008 009 010
007
019 025 041 042 074
021
002 007 018 019 021 026 037 041 054 056
007 008 018 021 026 037
007 008 018 026 037
070
025
038
025
081 082 083
021 056 059
007 008 018 021 026 037 062
006
036
073 074 075 076
021
006 021 024 025
034
005
019 041 075
Brand
MITSUBISHI
MONTGOMERY WARD
MTC
MULTITECH
NEC
OPTIMUS
PANASONIC
PENTAX
PENTEX RESEARCH+
PHILCO
PHILIPS
PIONEER
PORTLAND
PROSCAN
QUARTZ
QUASAR
RADIO SHACK/REALISTIC
RCA
SANSUI
SANYO
SCOTT
SEARS
SHARP
SHIMTOM
SIGNATURE
SONY
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TANDY
TASHIKA
TATUNG
TEAC
TECHNICS
TEKNIKA
TMK
TOSHIBA
TOTEVISION
UNITECH
VECTOR RESEARCH
VICTOR
VIDEO CONCEPTS
VIDEOSONIC
WARDS
YAMAHA
ZENITH
Code
019 034 041 046
020
002 025
002 005 025 038
007 008 018 026 037 062 064
020
021 056 071 072
019 041 075
008
021 056 059
021 080
019 026 039 053
015 049 055
017
018
021 056
006 018 020 021 024 025 029 034 048 056
002 017 019 021 035 041 043 057 068 076
026
018 024
003 047 052 067
006 018 019 024 028 029 041 048 051
020 034 045 015
027 033 038 058
025
027 033 044
021 025 056 059
025
018 025
006
037
025 037 068
021
006 021 025 031
066
003 019 029 051 052
002 006
002
007 026
026
007 026
002
002 003 006 019 020 021 024 025 034 038 041
007 008 018 026 037
023 027 033
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Remote Control Codes
CABLE BOX
Brand
SAMSUNG
GI
HAMLIN
HITACHI
JERROLD
MACOM
MAGNAVOX
OAK
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
RCA
REGAL
Code
000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007
041
003 024 031
025 030
038 039
025 030
019 023 028
026
003 022 027 037 044
019 021 023 028
004 018 020 044
014 022 040
003
Brand
REGENCY
SA
SCIENTIFIC ATLAN
SPRUCER
STARGATE 2000
SYLVANIA
TEXSCAN
TOCOM
UNIVERSAL
VIEWSTAR
WAMER AMEX
ZENITH
Code
015 023
042 043
042 043
022
036
016
016
032
033 034
019 021 023 028
046
017 029 035 037 045
SAMSUNG SET-TOP BOX
Product
Ground wave STB
Satellite STB
CABLE STB
STB DVD COMBO
Satellite STB HDD COMBO Standard
Code
001 002
003
004
008
009
Product
Satellite STB HDD COMBO Premium
CABLE STB HDD COMBO Standard
CABLE STB HDD COMBO Premium
Ground wave STB HDD COMBO Standard
Ground wave STB HDD COMBO Premium
Code
010
011
012
013
014
SET-TOP BOX
Code
023
043
018 034
019
035
015 016 017 019 022 045 060 061 062 065 066 067
068
074
DAEWOO
DISH NETWORK SYSTEM 069 070
069
DISHPRO
018 024 032
DRAKE
027
DX ANTENNA
025 069 070 071
ECHOSTAR
069
EXPRESSVU
069
GOI
065
GE
GENERAL INSTRUMENT 046 047 048 063 064
069
HTS
056
HOME CABLE
022
HITACHI
HUGHES NETWORK 015 017
020
IQ
020
IQ PRISM
059
JANEIL
063
JERROID
069 070
JVC
Brand
ALPHASTAR
ANAM
CHANNEL MASTER
CROSSDIGITAL
CHAPARRAL
DIRECT TV
Brand
LG(Goldstar)
MAGNAVOX
MEMOREX
MOTOROLA
MACOM
MITSUBISHI
NEXT LEVEL
PHILIPS
PRIMESTAR
PANASONIC
PAYSAT
PROSCAN
RCA
RADIOSHACK
REALISTIC
STS
STAR TRAK
SKY
SKY LIFE
SHACK
STAR CHOICE
SONY
TOSHIBA
ULTIMATE TV
UNIDEN
ZENITH
Code
044 073
016 021 036 038 039 040 041 042
016
064
018
015
047 048 064
015 016 017 021 033 036 038 039 040 041 042 067
046 049 050 063
058 059 061 062
016
065 066
051 052 053 065 066
064
057
020 027
026
031
005 006 007
064
064
054 060
015 017 028 029 030 072
060 066
016 021 037 055 056 057
024 031 068
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Operation
Remote Control Codes
SAMSUNG DVD
Product
DVD
DVDR
BD Record
VCR COMBO
VCR Record
DHR COMBO
Code
000 001 002
003 004
005 006
007 008 009 010 011
012
013
Product
Home Theater VCR COMBO
HDD Record COMBO
TWIN TRAY COMBO
STB DVD COMBO
DVD Receiver
AV Receiver
Code
014 015 016
017
018
019
020
021
Code
030
075
085
072
070 071 074 086 083 084 088 111 112
114
062
074
122 123
027
065 077 078 079 082
080 125
081
095
066
146
067 068
090
060
061 089 133 135
069 074
074
064 113
071
073
091 110
089
092
091
022 033 115 116
073
051 108 109
073
059 100 106 107
074 075
025 031
057
058
054
055
056
076 093
074 094
073
Brand
NORCENT
NEXT BASE
NEC
NANTAUS
NESA
OPTOMEDIA ELECTRONICS
OPTIVIEW
ONKYO
PHILCO
PRINCETON
PROSCAN
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
ROTEL
RIO
RCA
RAITE
ROWA
SAMPO
SONY
SHERWOOD
SVA
SYLVANIA
SHARP
SANSUI
SANYO
SHINSONIC
SANYO
THOMSON
TOSHIBA
TECHNICS
TVIEW
TOKAI
TEAC
TECHWOOD
TREDEX
URBAN CONCEPTS
VENTURER
VOCOPRO
YAMAHA
YAMAKAWA
XWAVE
ZENITH
Code
048 049 050
052
053
144
074
105
072
076 092 119
044 045
046 047
023
024 034 124 134 136 137 138
036 076
117 118
120
023 035 074 075 131 132
073
038
104
026 029 126 127 128 129 130 141
039 041
042
043 093
140
062
062
094
090
145
028 062 076
139
072
073
096
097
098 099 101
076
075
102
032 063
040 073
103
076 121
DVD
Brand
ANAM
AUDIOVOX
AUDIOLOGIC
ANABA
APEX DIGITAL
AIWA
BROKSONIC
BLAUPUNKT
B&K
CURTIS MATHES
CYBER HOME
CLARION
CIRRUS
CINEVISION
DAEWOO
DENON
FARENHEIT
FISHER
GPX
GO VIDEO
GE
GREENHILL
HITACHI
HITEKER
HOYO
HARMAN / KARDON
IRT
INTEGRA
JBL
JVC
JATON
KENWOOD
KISS
KONKA
KLH
LG(Goldstar)
LOEWE
LASONIC
MOBILE AUTHORITY
MEMOREX
MALATA
MAGNAVOX
MINTEK
MONYKA
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Setting the Clock
Setting the clock is necessary in order to use the various timer features of the TV.
Also, you can check the time while watching the TV. (Just press the INFO button.)
Option 1: Setting the Clock Manually
1
Press the MENU button.
Press the … or † button to
select “Setup”, then press
the ENTER button.
Setup
Language
Time
Game Mode
V-Chip
Caption
Menu Transparency
Blue Screen
† More
: English
: Off
: Medium
: Off
Move
2
Press the … or † button to
select “Time”, then press the
ENTER button.
Press the ENTER button to
select “Clock”.
Enter
3
--/ --/ ----/ -- : -- -Clock
Sleep Timer
On Timer
Off Timer
: Off
: Inactivated
: Inactivated
Enter
4
5
Auto
: Off
Enter
• The current time will
appear every time you
press the INFO button.
Return
Clock
Clock Mode
Clock Set
Time Zone
DST
: Manual
: Off
Enter
√
√
√
√
Return
Clock Set
Enter the current date and time.
Month
Day
Year
--
----
Hour
Minute
am/pm
--
--
--
▲
-▼
Move
NOTE
Return
:Manual
Auto
Move
Press the œ or √ button to
move to “Month”, “Day”,
“Year”, “Hour”, “Minute”,
or “am/pm”. Set the clock
you want by pressing the
… or † button, then press
the ENTER button.
√
√
√
√
Clock
Clock Mode
Clock Set
Time Zone
DST
Move
Press the … or † button to
select “Clock Set”, then
press the ENTER button.
Return
Time
Move
Press the ENTER button to
select “Clock Mode”.
Press the … or † button to
select “Manual”, then press
the ENTER button.
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Adjust
Return
• You can set the month,
day, year, hour and minute
directly by pressing the number
buttons on the remote control.
Press the EXIT button to exit.
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Operation
Option 2: Setting the Clock Automatically
The Clock can be set automatically if you are receiving a digital signal.
1
Press the MENU button.
Press the … or † button to select “Setup”,
then press the ENTER button.
Setup
Language
Time
Game Mode
V-Chip
Caption
Menu Transparency
Blue Screen
† More
: Off
: Medium
: Off
Move
2
Press the … or † button to select “Time”,
then press the ENTER button.
Press the ENTER button to select “Clock”.
3
4
Press the … or † button to highlight the
time zone for your local area (and to
move the highlight to the appropriate time
zone on the map of the United States),
then press the ENTER button.
Return
--/ --/ ----/ -- : -- -Clock
Sleep Timer
On Timer
Off Timer
√
√
√
√
: Off
: Inactivated
: Inactivated
Enter
Return
Clock
: Manual
Auto
Clock Mode
Clock Set
Time Zone
DST
Auto
: Off
Move
Press the … or † button to select “Time
Zone”, then press the ENTER button.
Enter
Time
Move
Press the ENTER button to select “Clock
Mode”.
Press the … or † button to select “Auto”,
then press the ENTER button.
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
: English
Enter
Return
Time Zone
Select the time zone where you are located.
Newfoundland
Atlantic
Eastern
Central
Mountain
Pacific
Alaska
Hawaii
Move
Enter
Return
• When you set up Auto Time, the set time may
not be correct depending on the broadcasting
station and signal. If there is a difference
between the real time and set time, please set
the time manually.
5
Press the … or † button to select
“DST”(Daylight Saving Time), then press
the ENTER button.
Press the … or † button to select “Off” or
“On”, then press the ENTER button.
Press the EXIT button to exit.
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Clock
Clock Mode
Clock Set
Time Zone
DST
: Auto
Off
: Off
On
Move
Enter
Return
Setting the On/Off Timer
1
Press the MENU button.
Press the … or † button to
select “Setup”, then press
the ENTER button.
Setup
Language
Time
Game Mode
V-Chip
Caption
Menu Transparency
Blue Screen
† More
: Off
: Medium
: Off
Move
2
Press the … or † button to
select “Time”, then press the
ENTER button.
Press the … or † button
to select “On Timer”, then
press the ENTER button.
Press the … or † button to
adjust “Hour”, then press
the √ button to move to the
next step.
Set other items using the
same method as above.
Enter
Return
Time
1/ 1/2005/ 12 : 00 am
Clock
Sleep Timer
On Timer
Off Timer
√
√
√
√
: Off
: Inactivated
: Inactivated
Move
Enter
Return
On Timer
Enter the On Timer options.
Hour Minute am/pm Antenna
▲
12
To activate On Timer with
the setting entered, set
Activation to “Yes” by
pressing … or † button.
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
: English
00
am
Air
▼
Channel
3
Volume Activation
10
Move
No
Adjust
Return
• You can set the hour, minute, and channel directly by
pressing the number buttons on the remote control.
When finished, press the MENU button to return.
3
NOTE
• Auto Power Off
When you set the timer
“On”, the television will
eventually turn off, if no
controls are operated for 3
hours after the TV was
turned on by the timer. This
function is only available in
timer “On” mode and
prevents overheating, which
may occur if a TV is on for
too long (when you are on
vacation, for example).
Press the … or † button to
select “Off Timer”, then
press the ENTER button.
Press the … or † button to
adjust “Hour”, then press
the √ button to move to the
next step. Set other items
using the same method as
above.
Off Timer
Enter the Off Timer options.
Hour Minute am/pm Activation
▲
12
00
am
No
▼
Move
Adjust
Return
To activate Off Timer with the setting entered, set Activation to
“Yes” by pressing … or † button.
When finished, press the EXIT button to exit.
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Operation
Setting the Sleep Timer
The sleep timer automatically shuts off the TV after a preset time (from 30 to 180 minutes).
1
Press the MENU button.
Press the … or † button to
select “Setup”, then press
the ENTER button.
Setup
Language
Time
Game Mode
V-Chip
Caption
Menu Transparency
Blue Screen
† More

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