Samsung HL-T5655W User's manual

Samsung HL-T5655W User's manual
DLP TV
Owner’s Instructions
HL-T5055W
HL-T5655W
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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.
© 2007 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
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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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Contents
CHANNEL CONTROL
GENERAL INFORMATION
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Viewing Position.........................................................5
List of Features ..........................................................5
Checking Parts ...........................................................6
Viewing the Control Panel .......................................... 6
Viewing the Connection Panel ......................................8
Remote Control .............................................................9
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control ..................10
CONNECTIONS
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Connecting VHF and UHF Antennas ..........................10
Connecting Cable TV ..................................................11
Connecting a VCR ......................................................12
Connecting a Camcorder ............................................13
Connecting a DVD Player/Set-Top Box ......................13
Connecting a DVD Player/Set-Top Box via HDMI ......13
Connecting a DVD Player/Set-Top Box via DVI..........14
Connecting a Digital Audio System.............................14
Connecting an Amplifier/DVD Home Theater .............15
Connecting a PC .........................................................15
OPERATION
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Turning the TV On and Off ..........................................16
Plug & Play Feature ....................................................16
Changing Channels ....................................................17
Adjusting the Volume ..................................................18
Viewing the Display ....................................................18
Viewing the Menus .....................................................19
Memorizing the Channels ...........................................19
Setting Up Your Remote Control .................................21
To Select the Source ...................................................26
To Edit the Input Source Name ...................................26
PICTURE CONTROL
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Using Automatic Picture Settings................................27
Making Detailed Picture Settings ..........................28
Changing the Screen Size ..........................................29
Digital Noise Reduction ..............................................30
DNIe (Digital Natural Image engine) ...........................30
Setting the Color Gamut .........................................31
Selecting the Film Mode .............................................31
Setting the Blue Screen Mode ....................................32
Setting the HDMI Black Level ................................32
Freezing the Picture ....................................................32
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Clearing Scrambled Channels - Digital .......................37
Adding and Erasing Channels ....................................37
Setting Your Favorite Channels ..................................38
Viewing the Channel Lists ..........................................39
Setting the Default Channel List Mode .......................40
Labeling Channels - Analog ........................................40
Fine Tuning Analog Channels - Analog.......................41
Checking the Digital-Signal Strength - Digital .............41
LNA (Low Noise Amplifier) ..........................................42
PC DISPLAY
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Using Your TV as a Computer (PC) Display ...............42
Display Modes ............................................................42
Setting up the TV with your PC ...................................43
Changing the Picture Size (PC Mode) .................45
Setting the Home Theater PC ...............................45
FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
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Selecting a Menu Language .......................................46
Setting the Time ..........................................................46
Using the Game Mode ................................................48
Using the V-Chip .........................................................49
Viewing Closed Captions
(On-Screen Text Messages) - Analog .........................52
Viewing Closed Captions
(On-Screen Text Messages) - Digital ..........................53
Menu Transparency Level ..........................................54
Adjusting the Melody Sound ..................................54
Setting the Function Help ...........................................54
Upgrading the Software ..........................................55
APPENDIX
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Troubleshooting ..........................................................56
Replacing the Lamp ....................................................57
Cleaning and Maintaining Your TV .............................58
Using Your TV in Another Country ..............................58
Specifications ..............................................................59
SOUND CONTROL
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Using Automatic Sound Settings ................................33
Customizing the Sound ...............................................33
Setting up DNSe (Digital Natural Sound engine) ........34
Choosing a Multi-Channel Sound (MTS) Track - Digital .......34
Choosing a Multi-Channel Sound (MTS) Track - Analog ......35
Automatic Volume Control ..........................................35
Selecting the Internal Mute .........................................36
Symbols
Press
☛
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Important
Note
One-Touch
Button
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General Information
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 10cm / 4inches) 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.
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:
• Easy-to-operate remote control
• Easy-to-use on-screen menu system you can access from front panel 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
• Color Weakness Enhancement Feature
• Digital Input jack
• Digital Audio Output (OPTICAL) jack
• Theater Game Mode
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Checking Parts
Owner’s Instructions
Remote Control
(BP59-00123A)/
AAA Batteries
Warranty Card/
Registration Card/
Safety Guide Manual/
Quick Guide Manual
Power Cord
(3903-000144)
Sold Separately
S-Video Cable
Antenna Cable
Component Cables
Audio Cables
Video Cables
D-Sub Cable
PC Audio Cable
HDMI Cable
HDMI/DVI Cable
Optical Cable
Replacement Lamp
(BP96-01472A)
For purchasing a replacement lamp,
ask at a nearby service center.
• Use authorized lamps only.
The company cannot guarantee
the quality of the product if an
unauthorized lamp is used.
3.5 mm Stereo
mini-plug/2RCA
Cable
Viewing the Control Panel
Buttons on the Lower Part of the Panel
The buttons on the lower panel control your TV’s basic features, including the on-screen menu.
To use the more advanced features, you must use the remote control.
➢ The product color and shape may vary depending on the model.
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1 POWER
Press to turn the TV on and off.
2 Remote Control Sensor
Aim the remote control towards this spot on the TV.
3 Indicator Lights
Blinks and turns off when the power is on and lights up in
stand-by mode.
4 SOURCE
Toggles between all the available input sources
(TV, AV1, AV2, AV3, S-Video1, S-Video2, S-Video3
Component1, Component2, PC, HDMI1/DVI, or HDMI2).
6 + VOL –
Press to increase or decrease the volume.
In the on-screen menu, use the + VOL – buttons as you
would use the ◄ and ► buttons on the remote control.
7
CH
Press to change channels.
In the on-screen menu, use the
CH
buttons as you
would use the ▲ and ▼ buttons on the remote control.
8
(ENTER)
Press to confirm a selection.
5 MENU
Press to see an on-screen menu of your TV’s features.
Indicator Light Key
(
: On,
: Blinking,
STAND BY/TEMP
: Off)
TIMER
LAMP
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 15 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.
You can use the channel selection buttons to switch on the TV when it is in standby mode depending on the model.
When using the on-screen menu the volume adjustment and channel selection buttons have the same function as the ▲/▼/◄/►
buttons on the remote control.
◆ If the remote control no longer works or you have lost it, you can use controls on the panel of the TV.
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Viewing the Connection Panel
Rear Panel Jacks
Use the rear panel jacks to connect A/V components that will be connected continuously, such as VCR or DVD players.
For more information on connecting equipment, see pages 12-15.
➢ The product color and shape may vary depending on the model.
1 ANT 1 IN(CABLE)/ANT 2 IN(AIR)
75Ω Coaxial connector for Air/Cable Network.
2 SERVICE
This jack is for service only.
3 DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL)
Connect to a Digital Audio component.
4 DVI IN (AUDIO-L/R)
Connect to the DVI audio output jack of an external device.
5 S-VIDEO (AV IN 1, 2)
Video input for external devices with an
S-Video output, such as a Camcorder or VCR.
6 VIDEO/AUDIO-L/R (AV IN 1, 2)
Video input for external devices, such as a Camcorder or
VCR.
7 VIDEO/AUDIO OUT (L/R)
Video/Audio outputs for external devices.
Video output is not avaiable RF(Digital)/Component/PC/HDMI.
8 COMPONENT IN 1, 2
Video (Y/PB/PR) and audio (L-AUDIO-R) Component inputs.
9 PC IN
Connect to the video output jack on your PC.
0 PC AUDIO IN
Connect to the audio output jack on your PC.
! HDMI IN 2
Connect to the HDMI jack of a device with HDMI output.
(Not compatible with PC)
@ HDMI 1/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 an optional HDMI/DVI adapter, the DVI analog
audio inputs on your TV allow you to receive left and right
audio from your DVI device.
# SERVICE 2
This jack is for software upgrade.
$ POWER IN
Connect the supplied power cord.
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.
1 S-VIDEO
Connect an S-Video signal from an S-VHS VCR or DVD player.
2 VIDEO
Connect the video signal from a camcorder or video game.
3 AUDIO (L/R)
Connect the audio signal from a camcorder or video game.
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Remote Control
You can use the remote control up to a distance of about 23 feet from the TV. When using the remote, always point it directly at
the TV. You can also use your remote control to operate your VCR, Cable box, DVD Player, or Set-Top Box.
1 POWER
Turns the TV on and off.
2 Numeric Buttons
Press to directly select a channel.
3 –
Press to select additional channels
being broadcast by the same station.
For example, to select channel “54-3”,
press “54”, then press “–” and “3”.
4 CH LIST
Used to display Channel Lists on the
screen.
5 ANTENNA
Press to select “Air” or “Cable”.
6 VOL +, VOL –
Press to increase or decrease the
volume.
7 MUTE
Press to temporarily cut off the sound.
8 MENU
Displays the main on-screen menu.
9 RETURN
Returns to the previous menu.
0 S.MODE
Press to select the sound mode.
! P.MODE
Press to select the picture mode.
@ SLEEP
Press to select a preset time interval
for automatic shut off.
# GAME
Press to select various Game settings.
$ MTS
Press to choose Stereo, Mono or
Separate Audio Program (SAP
broadcast).
% SET
Sets the remote to control your TV,
VCR, Cable, DVD, or Set-Top Box.
^ TV, DVD, STB, CABLE, VCR
Press to operate your TV, DVD, STB,
CABLE (box), or VCR.
& SOURCE
Press to display all of the available
video sources.
*
Press to backlight the VOL, CH, and
the active source button (TV, DVD,
CABLE, STB, VCR) on the remote
control.
( PRE-CH
Tunes to the previous channel.
) FAV.CH
Press to switch to your favorite
channels.
a HDMI
Selects the HDMI mode directly.
b VCR/DVD Functions
- Rewind
- Stop
- Play/Pause
- Fast Forward
c CH , CH
Press to change channels.
d EXIT
Press to exit from the menu.
e UP▲/DOWN▼/LEFT◄/RIGHT►/
ENTER
Use to select on-screen menu items
and change menu values.
f INFO
Press to display information on the TV
screen.
g CAPTION
Controls the caption decoder.
h STILL
Press to stop the action during a
particular scene.
Press again to resume normal video.
i Color buttons
Press to add or delete channels and to
store channels to the favorite channel
list in the “Channel List” menu.
(Refer to pages 37~39)
j P.SIZE
Press to change the screen size.
k ADD/DEL
Use to store and delete channels to/
from memory.
l 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 34)
m RESET
When your remote control does not
work, change the batteries and press
the RESET button for 2-3 seconds
before use.
➢ This is a special remote control for the visually impaired person, and has Braille
points on the POWER, Channel, Volume, STOP, and PLAY/PAUSE buttons.
➢ The performance of the remote control may be affected by bright light.
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Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
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.
➢ Do not mix battery types, i.e. alkaline and manganese.
3
Close the cover as shown in the figure.
➢ Remove the batteries and store them in a cool and dry place if you won’t be using the remote
control for a long time. The remote control can be used up to about 23 feet from the TV.
(Assuming typical TV usage, the batteries last for about one year.)
➢
If the remote control doesn’t work, check the following
1. Is the TV power on?
2. Are the plus and minus ends of the batteries reversed?
3. Are the batteries drained?
4. Is there a power cut, or is the power cord unplugged?
5. Is there a special fluorescent light or a neon sign nearby?
Connecting VHF and UHF Antennas
If your antenna has a set of leads that look like this, see “Antennas with 300 Ω Flat Twin
Leads” below.
If your antenna has one lead that looks like this, see “Antennas with 75 Ω Round Leads”.
If you have two antennas, see “Separate VHF and UHF Antennas”.
Antennas with 300 Ω Flat Twin Leads
If you are using an off-air antenna (such as a roof antenna or “rabbit ears”) that has 300 Ω
twin flat leads, follow the directions below.
1 Place the wires from the twin leads under the screws on a 300-75 Ω adapter (not supplied).
Use a screwdriver to tighten the screws.
2
Plug the adaptor into the ANT 1 IN(CABLE) or ANT 2 IN(AIR) terminal on the rear of the TV.
Antennas with 75 Ω Round Leads
1
Plug the antenna lead into the ANT 1 IN(CABLE) or ANT 2 IN(AIR) terminal on the rear of the TV.
Separate VHF and UHF Antennas
If you have two separate antennas for your TV (one VHF and one UHF), you must combine the
two antenna signals before connecting the antennas to the TV. This procedure requires an
optional combiner-adaptor (available at most electronics shops).
1 Connect both antenna leads to the combiner.
2
Plug the combiner into the ANT 1 IN(CABLE) or ANT 2 IN(AIR) terminal on the bottom of the rear
panel.
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Connecting Cable TV
To connect to a cable TV system, follow the instructions below.
Cable without a Cable Box
1
➢
Plug the incoming cable into the ANT 1 IN(CABLE) terminal on the rear of the TV.
Because this TV is cable-ready, you do not need a cable box to view unscrambled cable
channels.
Connecting to a Cable Box that Descrambles All Channels
1
➢
Find the cable that is connected to the ANT OUT terminal on your cable box.
This terminal might be labeled “ANT OUT”, “VHF OUT” or simply, “OUT”.
2
Connect the other end of this cable to the ANT 1 IN(CABLE) terminal on the rear of the TV.
ANT IN
ANT OUT
Connecting to a Cable Box that Descrambles Some Channels
If your cable box descrambles only some channels(such as premium channels), follow the instructions below. You will need a
two-way splitter, an RF (A/B) switch, and four lengths of Antenna cable. (These items are available at most electronics stores.)
1
➢
2
Find and disconnect the cable that is connected
to the ANT IN terminal on your cable box.
This terminal might be labeled “ANT IN”, “VHF IN”
or simply, “IN”.
ANT IN
Connect this cable to a two-way splitter.
Incoming
cable
3
Connect an Antenna cable between an OUTPUT
terminal on the splitter and the IN terminal on the
cable box.
Incoming
cable
Splitter
Splitter
Cable Box
4
Connect an Antenna cable between the ANT OUT
terminal on the cable box and the B-IN terminal
on the RF (A/B) switch.
Incoming
cable
Splitter
RF (A/B)
Switch
Cable Box
5
Connect another cable between the other OUT
terminal on the splitter and the A-IN terminal on
the RF (A/B) switch.
Incoming
cable
Splitter
Cable Box
6
RF (A/B)
Switch
Connect the last Antenna cable between the OUT
terminal on the RF (A/B) switch and the ANT IN 1
(CABLE) terminal on the rear of the TV.
Incoming
cable
After you have 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 TV to
the cable box’s output channel, which is usually
channel 3 or 4.)
Splitter
Cable Box
RF (A/B)
Switch
TV Rear Panel
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Connecting a VCR
Video Connection
These instructions assume that you have already connected your TV to an antenna or a cable TV system (according to the
instructions on pages 10~11). Skip step 1 if you have not yet connected to an antenna or a cable system.
1
2
3
4
5
➢
Unplug the cable or antenna from the
rear of the TV
Connect the cable or antenna to the
ANT IN terminal on the back of the
VCR.
Connect an Antenna Cable between
the ANT OUT terminal on the VCR
and the ANT 1 IN(CABLE) or ANT 2
IN(AIR) terminal on the TV.
Connect a Video Cable between the
VIDEO OUT jack on the VCR and
the AV IN 1 [VIDEO] (or AV
IN 2 [VIDEO]) jack on the TV.
Connect Audio Cables between the
AUDIO OUT jacks on the VCR and
the AV IN 1 [L-AUDIO-R] (or AV
IN 2 L-AUDIO-R) jacks on the TV.
If you have a “mono” (non-stereo)
VCR, use a Y-connector (not
supplied) to hook up to the right
and left audio input jacks of the TV.
If your VCR is stereo, you must
connect two cables.
TV Rear Panel
VCR
5 Audio Cable(Not supplied)
2
4 Video Cable(Not supplied)
3 Antenna cable(Not supplied)
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Each VCR has a different panel configuration.
When connecting a VCR, match the color of the connection terminal to the cable.
S-Video Connection
Your Samsung TV can be connected to the S-Video jack of a VCR.
(This connection delivers a better picture when compared to the regular Video connection above.)
1
2
3
To begin, follow steps 1–3 in the
previous section to connect the
antenna or cable to your VCR and
your TV.
Connect an S-Video Cable between
the S-VIDEO OUT jack on the VCR
and the AV IN 1 [S-VIDEO] (or AV
IN 2 [S-VIDEO]) jack on the TV.
Connect Audio Cables between the
AUDIO OUT jacks on the VCR and
the AV IN 1 [L-AUDIO-R] (or AV IN 2
[L-AUDIO-R]) jacks on the TV.
TV Rear Panel
VCR
5
Audio Cable
(Not supplied)
4 S-Video Cable(Not supplied)
3 Antenna cable(Not supplied)
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Each S-VHS VCR has a different panel configuration.
When connecting a VCR, match the color of the connection terminal to the cable.
Some games may be displayed with a cut off picture when the TV is connected to a game player.
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Connecting a Camcorder
The side panel jacks on your TV make it easy to connect a camcorder to your TV.
They allow you to view the camcorder tapes without using a VCR.
1
2
Connect a Video Cable or S-Video
Cable between the AV IN 3 [VIDEO]
or [S-Video] jack on the TV and the
VIDEO OUT jack on the camcorder.
Connect Audio Cables between the
AV IN 3 [L-AUDIO-R] jacks on the
TV and the AUDIO OUT jacks on the
camcorder.
TV Side Panel
1 S-Video Cable(Not supplied)
or
Camcorder
1 Video Cable(Not supplied)
2 Audio Cable(Not supplied)
➢
➢
Each Camcorder has a different panel configuration.
When connecting a Camcorder, match the color of the connection terminal to the cable.
Connecting a DVD Player/Set-Top Box
The rear panel jacks on your TV make it easy to connect a DVD Player/Set-Top Box.
1
2
Connect Component Cables
between the COMPONENT IN 1
[Y, PB, PR] (or COMPONENT IN 2
[Y, PB, PR]) jacks on the TV and the
COMPONENT OUT [Y, PB, PR] jacks
on the DVD Player/Set-Top Box.
Connect Audio Cables between the
COMPONENT IN 1 [L-AUDIO-R] (or
COMPONENT IN 2 [L-AUDIO-R])
jacks on the TV and the AUDIO OUT
jacks on the DVD Player/
Set-Top Box.
TV Rear Panel
DVD Player/Set-Top Box
2 Audio Cable(Not supplied)
1 Component Cable(Not supplied)
➢
➢
➢
Component video separates the video into Y (Luminance (brightness)), PB (Blue) and PR (Red) for enhanced video quality.
Be sure to match the component video and audio connections.
For example, if connecting the video cable to COMPONENT IN 1, connect the audio cable to COMPONENT IN 1 also.
Each DVD Player/Set-Top box has a different panel configuration.
When connecting a DVD Player/Set-Top box, match the color of the connection terminal to the cable.
Connecting a DVD Player/Set-Top Box via HDMI
This connection can only be made if there is an HDMI Output jack on the external device.
This connection will provide the highest quality picture.
1. Connect an HDMI Cable between the
HDMI IN 2 on the TV and the HDMI
OUT on the DVD Player/
Set-Top Box.
DVD Player / Set-Top Box
1
TV Rear Panel
HDMI Cable (Not supplied)
What is HDMI?
● HDMI, or high-definition multimedia interface, is an interface that enables the transmission of digital audio and video signals using a
single cable.
● “Multimedia interface” is a more accurate name for it especially because it allows multiple channels of digital audio (5.1 channels).
The difference between HDMI and DVI is that the HDMI device is smaller in size, has the HDCP (High Bandwidth Digital Copy
Protection) coding feature installed, and supports multi-channel digital audio.
➢ Each DVD Player/Set-Top box has a different panel configuration.
➢ When connecting a DVD Player/Set-Top box, match the color of the connection terminal to the cable.
➢ When connecting via HDMI, you do not need to connect Audio Cables. You only need to connect Audio cables when connecting via
HDMI/DVI.
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Connecting a DVD Player/Set-Top Box via DVI
This connection can only be made if there is a DVI Output jack on the external device.
1
2
Connect a HDMI/DVI Cable or
DVI-HDMI Adapter between the
HDMI 1/DVI IN jack on the TV and
the DVI jack on the DVD Player/
Set-Top Box.
Connect Audio Cables between the
DVI IN [L-AUDIO-R] jack on the TV
and the AUDIO OUT jacks on the
DVD Player/Set-Top Box.
TV Rear Panel
DVD Player/Set-Top Box
2 Audio Cable(Not supplied)
1 HDMI/DVI Cable(Not supplied)
➢
➢
➢
Each DVD Player/Set-Top box has a different panel configuration.
When connecting a DVD Player/Set-Top box, match the color of the connection terminal to the cable.
When using an HDMI/DVI cable connection, you must connect to the HDMI 1/DVI IN terminal on the TV.
Connecting a Digital Audio System
The rear panel jacks on your TV make it easy to connect a Digital Audio System to your TV.
➢ Each Digital Audio System has a different panel configuration.
1
➢
Connect an Optical Cable between
the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL)
jack on the TV and the Digital Audio
Input jack on the Digital Audio
System.
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
system’s volume control.
5.1CH audio is possible when the TV
is connected to an external device
supporting 5.1CH.
TV Rear Panel
Digital Audio System
1
Optical Cable (Not supplied)
What is OPTICAL?
 Converts the electric signal into an optical light signal, and transmits it through glass fibers. S/PDIF is a transmission system of digital
audio in the form of a light wave that uses a glass conductor.
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Connecting an Amplifier/DVD Home Theater
1
Connect Audio Cables between the
AUDIO OUT [L-AUDIO-R] on the TV
and AUDIO IN [L-AUDIO-R] on the
Amplifier/DVD Home Theater.
When an audio amplifier is
connected to the “AUDIO OUT
[L-AUDIO-R ]” terminals: Decrease
the gain (volume) of the TV, and
adjust the volume level with the
Amplifier’s volume control.
TV Rear Panel
Amplifier/
DVD Home Theater
1
➢
➢
Audio Cable (Not supplied)
Each Amplifier/DVD Home Theater has a different panel configuration.
When connecting an Amplifier/DVD Home Theater, match the color of the connection terminal to the cable.
AV OUT L-AUDIO-R
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL)
RF (Digital/Analog), AV, S-Video, Component, HDMI Sound is output
Sound is output
RF (Digital/Analog), AV, S-Video, Component
HDMI
Sound is not output
If you want to play movies by connecting DVD Player or Set-Top Box to the COMPONENT IN jacks on the TV,
➢ connect
the Optical OUT jack on the DVD Player or Set-Top Box to an Amplifier or DVD Home Theater.
Connecting a PC
Using the D-Sub Cable
1
2
Connect a D-Sub Cable between the
PC IN [PC] jack on the TV and the
PC output jack on your computer.
Connect a PC Audio Cable between
the PC IN [AUDIO] jack on the TV
and the Audio Out jack of the sound
card on your compute
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