User's guide - Video Game Console Library

User's guide - Video Game Console Library
I N T R O D U C I N G
B E O C E N T E R
A V 5
BeoCenter AV5 is an audio/video
system with a built-in CD player and a
FM Radio.
The BeoCenter AV5 delivers excellent
sound and picture quality. As the
speakers unfold, you will be surprised
and amazed over their construction
and not least their sound.
With BeoCenter AV5, you have the
ability to distribute sound and
pictures throughout your home.
BeoCenter AV5’s simple operation will
further amaze you. From a distance,
you can operate all the sources
available with ease with the Beo4
remote control.
This guide explains how!
User’s guide
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U S I N G
T H I S
A U T O
G U I D E
T U N I N G
Let AV5 tune in your TV stations
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SETUP
TV
TIMER
PICTURE
SOUND
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CLOCK
AV SOCKET
TV SETUP
AUTO TUNING
UPDATE TUNING
PICTURE
SOUND
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AUTO TUNING
PROGRAM LIST
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TV AUTO TUNING
FREQUENCY
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ACTIVATE
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This illustration exemplifies the
different types of information,
presented in this guide…
We recommend that you (or your Bang & Olufsen
dealer) follow the instructions in the Setting-up
guide when you set up your BeoCenter AV5. If
you connect auxiliary equipment to your system,
you must also refer to the Setting-up guide for
instruction.
The section, marked a, gives you a
step-by-step instruction of the
operation in question.
The User’s guide then explains how to tune and
preset your BeoCenter AV5 as well as operate the
various sources and functions offered by
BeoCenter AV5, using the Beo4 remote control.
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TIMER
MANUAL TUNING
Before you start…
Two guides are enclosed with the BeoCenter AV5;
a User’s guide and a Setting-up guide.
Apart from explaining how to set up and make
the system ready for use, the Setting-up guide
also includes maintenance instructions and
information which you may need from time to
time.
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SETUP
SAT
STAND
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STAND
PROGRAM LIST
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Let AV5 tune in your Satellite stations
Section a includes:
• The buttons you must press to
complete the operation. The buttons
displayed correspond to the buttons
on the Beo4 remote control.
• The captions which give you
important information. The captions
must be read in order to complete
the operation successfully.
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a
The section, marked b, supports the
button sequence.
Section b includes:
• The relevant on-screen menus which
you call up when you follow the
step-by-step button instruction.
• A text which gives you an additional
introduction to the operation in
question, and provides you with
examples of how you could benefit
from using the function in question.
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C O N T E N T S
4 Principles of remote operation
Operating BeoCenter AV5 with Beo4, 4
Beo4 operating principles, 5
Using on-screen menus, 6
52 BeoCenter AV5 close-up operation
Buttons on the close-up operation panel,
52
Displayed information, 53
Direct access sockets, 54
7 Quick guide to daily operations
55 Quick guide to on-screen menus
9 Tuning and presetting
Auto tuning, 9
Using the program lists, 14
Manual tuning, 16
Update the tuning of your stations, 22
Presetting stand positions, 23
Setting the clock, 24
27 TV, Satellite and Teletext
Daily operations, 28
Teletext, 29
Making video recordings via Teletext, 35
37 CD
CD Audio, 38
Other CD formats, 40
42 Radio
Daily operations, 42
43 Sound and Picture
46 Timer function
Using the Timer function for play or
standby, 46
48 Videotape recording
50 BeoCenter AV5 and BeoLink
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P R I N C I P L E S
O F
R E M O T E
O P E R A T I O N
Operating BeoCenter AV5 with Beo4
Before you start operating BeoCenter
AV5, it may be a good idea to familiarise yourself with the Beo4 operating
principles.
Your BeoCenter AV5 is designed for
remote operation using the Beo4
remote control.
Most operations are carried out via the
Beo4 remote control. The somewhat
more advanced functions in the
BeoCenter AV5 are guided by menus
which you call up on the screen (see
pages 6-7).
Beo4, furthermore, integrates remote
operation of your BeoCenter AV5 and
the daily functions in other recent
Bang & Olufsen systems.
Your Beo4 remote control commands are
registered by a small receiver in the display bar,
placed on top of BeoCenter AV5 to the right
Note: A few functions are operated directly on
the small operation panel on the back of the
BeoCenter display bar. Please refer to BeoCenter
AV5 close-up operation, pages 52-54 for further
information.
Nice to know about Beo4 buttons...
In the step-by-step operating sequences shown
in this guide, the buttons on the Beo4 and cues
in the Beo4 display will be illustrated like this:
Rectangular buttons for source
control, numbers and dedicated
functions, such as Teletext and
menu operation
TV
Buttons within the star-shaped
button for stepping, selecting or
winding
The circular GO button is for
accepting and storing instructions
GO
:
The coloured buttons within the
star-shaped button are used for
special functions, it will be
explained when and how to use
them
LIST
The double-button LIST means
‘press repeatedly’ to reveal more
cues or functions in the Beo4 LIST
of functions
STAND
The cues or functions in the Beo4
display indicate either the current
source or operation you are
addressing or an extra function
which you call up by pressing LIST
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Beo4 operating principles
The Beo4 remote control is divided into
5 areas. Each area has its own
dedicated functions.
The Beo4 display tells you which
source or function you are using
– It also displays extra functions.
The buttons are arranged so that your
operation of the various functions in
BeoCenter AV5 is made as simple and
clear as possible.
The Beo4 display reads out which
source or function you are controlling,
but if you press the LIST button, the
cue on the display changes and reveal
more functions or buttons available for
the operation of BeoCenter AV5*.
*Note: If some operations require a function or
button which is not already available when you
press the LIST button, you can add the function to
your Beo4 and rearrange the order in which all
the extra functions on Beo4 appear, please refer
to Beo4’s own User’s guide and the chapter
Customising your Beo4 for further instruction.
Source buttons for switching on;
buttons for Audio/Video
operation and recording.
Number buttons; Teletext and
menu control buttons.
TV
LIGHT
RADIO
SAT
DVD
CD
V TAPE
RECORD
A TAPE
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8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
TEXT
0
MENU
The control buttons within the
star-shaped button are for winding
or selecting, for stepping and for
accepting and storing information.
The coloured buttons have special
functions, it will be specified in this
guide when they are needed
Volume button; LIST button for
displaying extra functions;
and “stop” buttons.
Note: Please refer to the special Beo4 User’s guide
for further information about the remote control.
GO
LIST
STOP
EXIT
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O N - S C R E E N
M E N U S
Using on-screen menus
Press to switch on to TV
TV
then
Press to call up the main setup menu
The main SETUP menu for TV
appears…
MENU
SETUP
TV
TIMER
PICTURE
SOUND
Press to select the item or menu you
want
or
STAND
CLOCK
AV SOCKET
then
Press to call up the menu you have
chosen
GO
The menu appears…
You may have to select another
item on a second menu to get to
the menu where you fill in
information…
In a fill-in menu…
Press to reveal options for an item
tt
or activate a function, such as
or
tuning
ss
Main setup menu for TV
TV… gives access to tuning of stations and the
program list which lists the tuned stations.
TIMER… for programming your BeoCenter AV5 to
switch on or switch to standby automatically.
PICTURE… for adjusting the picture
SOUND… for adjusting the sound
STAND… for turning your BeoCenter AV5 and
presetting stand positions.
CLOCK… for setting the BeoCenter AV5 inbuilt
clock.
AV SOCKET… for registering any extra equipment
connected to your BeoCenter AV5.
Press to move from item to item in
the menu
or
0
through
If it is required…
use the number keys to fill in
information for an item
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In some menus, e.g. the menu listing your tuned
stations, you must…
Press the Green or Yellow button to
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carry out a function
or
CLOCK
TIME
20:00
DATE
FRI 10
MONTH
SEPTEMBER
YEAR
1996
TEXT TIME
DR
DISPLAY
YES
:
GO
Once you have entered the required
information…
Press GO to store the information
you entered
Your BeoCenter AV5 on-screen menu
system will assist you when you have to
carry out the more advanced functions
for BeoCenter AV5 such as tuning or
presetting values for the system.
Example of a fill-in menu – the menu for setting
the clock
To get access to the on-screen menus,
you must call up the main setup menu.
Each source, TV, Satellite, CD and
Radio, has its own main setup menu.
Each item in a main menu then gives
access to a menu for a particular
function.
In some menus, you must fill in information, e.g. key in numbers or browse
through available options for a
particular item. The content of some of
these menus change when you select
specific items. This is intended to
further assist you in your operation of
these particular functions.
Q U I C K
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G U I D E
Daily operations
Your BeoCenter AV5 supplies you with
both audio and video sources. You can
watch TV or Satellite* stations, choose
to play CDs or listen to the Radio.
Switching on…
Press to switch on TV
TV
Press to switch on Satellite
SAT
Press to switch on Radio
You switch on the different sources by
pressing the appropriate source
buttons on Beo4.
TV
LIGHT
RADIO
SAT
DVD
CD
V TAPE
RECORD
A TAPE
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8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
TEXT
0
MENU
While you are watching or listening to
a source, you can select the different
program numbers or tracks directly, or
step through all the program numbers
or tracks.
Likewise, you can raise or lower the
volume, and mute the speakers at any
time.
*Note: In order to receive Satellite, your
BeoCenter AV5 must be specially equipped for
Satellite reception. Please contact your Bang &
Olufsen dealer for further information about an
built-in Satellite receiver.
RADIO
CD operation…
Open the CD compartment by pressing
the LOAD button on the BeoCenter
AV5 close-up operation panel and load your CD…
Press to switch on your CD
CD
Press to search forward or
backward on a CD
tt
or
ss
Press to pause CD playback or
searching
Press to stop searching and resume
playback
STOP
GO
Selecting program numbers or tracks…
Use the number keys to select
0
specific program number or select
through
specific tracks on a CD
9
or
Press to step through stored
program numbers or tracks
GO
LIST
STOP
or
Adjusting volume…
Press to raise the volume
Press to lower the volume
EXIT
Pressing the Volume button right
on the middle silences the speakers,
press again to recall the sound
Press to switch to the system to
standby
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T U N I N G
A N D
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P R E S E T T I N G
10 Auto tuning
Let AV5 tune in your TV stations
Let AV5 tune in your Satellite
stations
Let AV5 tune in your Radio
stations
14 Program lists
Using the program lists
Naming a station
Moving or clearing a station
16 Manual tuning
Tuning in TV stations
Tuning in Satellite stations
Tuning in Radio stations
22 Update tuning
Update the tuning of your stations
23 Stand
Setting your favourite stand
positions
24 Clock
Setting the clock
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A U T O
T U N I N G
Let AV5 tune in your TV stations
TV
Press to tune in TV stations
The BeoCenter AV5 auto tuning
function tunes in all your TV stations
automatically. Before you call up the
menu for auto tuning, you must choose
TV as your source.
SETUP
then
MENU
Press to call up the main setup
menu
TV
TIMER
PICTURE
The main SETUP menu for TV
appears, TV is lit up…
SOUND
Main setup menu for TV
then
GO
Press to call up the menu for TV
setup
The TV SETUP menu appears, AUTO
TUNING is lit up…
GO
Press to call up the menu for auto
tuning
You can tune in up to 79 TV stations.
As the tuning progresses, the registered stations appear on the menu. For
most stations, a name is registered
automatically.
TV SETUP
AUTO TUNING
PROGRAM LIST
UPDATE TUNING
MANUAL TUNING
Special setup menu for TV
The TV AUTO TUNING menu
appears…
TV AUTO TUNING
tt
Press to start auto tuning TV
stations
(Pressing STOP stops auto tuning)
When auto tuning is completed,
the program list with the tuned
stations appears automatically…
EXIT
FREQUENCY
210
ACTIVATE
Menu for auto tuning TV stations
If a station appears without a name,
you can name the station in the
program list which appears when the
auto tuning of stations is completed.
See page 14 for instructions of how to
use the program list.
Note: If a station requires a decoder, it will be
selected automatically during tuning, provided
the decoder has been connected to the dedicated
decoder socket on the back of BeoCenter AV5.
Press to remove the menus from
the screen
Note: If the auto tuning function fails to tune in a
particular TV station, you may have to use the
manual tuning function, see pages 16 -17 for
further instruction.
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Let AV5 tune in your Satellite stations
Please note…
If your Satellite arrangement includes a motorised
dish, please refer to the following page for
further information before you start your auto
tuning…
SETUP
Press to start tuning in Satellite
stations
SAT
Press to call up the main setup
menu
MENU
SAT
then
TIMER
PICTURE
SOUND
The BeoCenter AV5 auto tuning
function tunes in all your Satellite
stations* automatically. Before you call
up the menu for auto tuning, choose
Satellite as your source.
Main setup menu for Satellite
The main SETUP menu for Satellite
appears, SAT is lit up…
then
Press to call up the menu for
Satellite setup
SAT SETUP
AUTO TUNING
PROGRAM LIST
The SAT SETUP menu appears, AUTO
TUNING is lit up…
UPDATE TUNING
You can tune in up to 119 Satellite
stations. As the tuning progresses, the
registered stations appear on the
menu. For most stations, a name is
registered automatically.
See page 14 for instructions of how to
use the program list and name a
station if necessary.
MANUAL TUNING
Special setup menu for Satellite
Due to special circumstances, the auto tuning
function may fail to tune in particular Satellite
stations. If this is the case, use the manual tuning
function to tune in stations, see pages 18 -19 for
further instructions.
Press to call up the menu for auto
tuning
GO
The SAT AUTO TUNING menu appears…
SAT AUTO TUNING
FREQUENCY
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Menu for auto tuning Satellite stations
*Note: In order to receive Satellite, your
BeoCenter AV5 must be especially equipped for
Satellite reception. If a Satellite station requires a
decoder, it will be selected automatically during
tuning, provided the decoder is connected to the
dedicated decoder socket on the back of
BeoCenter AV5.
GO
Press to start auto tuning Satellite
stations
tt
(Pressing STOP stops auto tuning)
When tuning is completed,
the program list with the tuned
stations appears automatically…
Press to remove the menus from the
screen
EXIT
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> Auto tuning – Satellite
Auto tuning of Satellite equipped with
motorised dish…
If your Outdoor Unit arrangement for Satellite
reception includes a motorised dish and an
external positioner, you must direct the
position of the dish to the Satellites you want
to auto tune stations from.
Once the external positioner is connected to
your BeoCenter AV5, start the tuning process
using the Beo4:
• Press SAT, then MENU, and now press GO to
call up the SAT SETUP menu
• Press ▼ until MANUAL TUNING is lit up,
then press GO to call up the menu
• Then tune in to a frequency of an
appropriate station transmitted by the
Satellite you are trying to tune in from
• Press ▼ until POSITION is lit up and adjust
with ss or tt as required.
• Now press STOP to leave the SAT MANUAL
TUNING menu
• Then press ▲ until AUTO TUNING is lit up
and press GO to call up the SAT AUTO
TUNING menu and press tt to start auto
tuning stations
Repeat the procedure for the stations which
are tuned in from other Satellites and adjust
the position of the dish as appropriate.
However, in order to keep the stations you
have tuned in already, and just auto tune the
new Satellite stations, you must call up the
item UPDATE TUNING instead of AUTO
TUNING, see page 22 for further information
about the update tuning function.
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Let AV5 tune in your Radio stations
The BeoCenter AV5 auto tuning
function tunes in all your Radio
stations automatically. Before you call
up the menu for auto tuning, you must
choose Radio as your source.
You can tune in up to 59 Radio
stations. As the tuning progresses, the
registered stations appear on the menu
with a program number and a name, if
any such is registered*.
SETUP
See page 14 for instructions of how to
use the program list.
Note: If the auto tuning function fails to tune in a
particular Radio station, you may have to use the
manual tuning function, see pages 20 -21 for
further instructions.
Press to call up the main setup menu
MENU
then
TIMER
PICTURE
SOUND
The main SETUP menu for Radio
appears, RADIO is lit up already…
Main setup menu for Radio
then
Press to call up the menu for Radio
setup
RADIO SETUP
AUTO TUNING
GO
The RADIO SETUP menu appears,
AUTO TUNING is lit up…
PROGRAM LIST
UPDATE TUNING
Press to call up the menu for auto
tuning
Special setup menu for Radio
GO
The RADIO AUTO TUNING menu
appears…
RADIO AUTO TUNING
FREQUENCY
92.8
Press to start auto tuning Radio
stations
tt
ACTIVATE
(Pressing STOP stops auto tuning)
Menu for auto tuning Radio stations
*Note: Names for Radio stations are only
registered automatically if RDS is broadcast with
the station. RDS is a facility which enables Radio
broadcasters to transmit information such as a
station name along with the station itself. If RDS
is not broadcast, the station’s frequency will
appear on the menu.
RADIO
RADIO
MANUAL TUNING
If a station’s frequency appears on the
menu, you can name the station in the
program list which appears on the
screen as soon as the auto tuning is
completed.
Press to start tuning in Radio
stations
When tuning is completed,
the program list with the tuned
stations appears automatically…
Press to remove the menus from
the screen
EXIT
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P R O G R A M
L I S T S
Using the program lists
TV
Press to select a source, e.g. TV,
then
MENU
Press to call up the main setup
menu
The main SETUP menu for TV
appears…
then
GO
SETUP
TV
TIMER
PICTURE
SOUND
Main setup menu for TV
Press to call up the menu for TV
setup
TV SETUP
The TV SETUP menu appears…
then
Press until PROGRAM LIST is lit up
then
GO
Press to call up the program list for
TV
The TV PROGRAM LIST appears…
AUTO TUNING
PROGRAM LIST
UPDATE TUNING
MANUAL TUNING
Special setup menu for TV
Press to move down the list
TV PROGRAM LIST
or
Press to move up the list
or
0
through
Use the number keys to select a
station
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To name or rename a station in the list…
Press to select the station you want
to name
or
then
Press the Green button to name a
station
·
then
Press to display the first character
in a name
or
then
tt
Press to move to the next space and
accept the first character
See the button sequence on the
following page for further
instruction…
If you have just auto tuned your TV,
Satellite or Radio stations, a program
list for the appropriate source will
appear on the screen.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
DR
TV2
ZDF
EURO
........
ARD
TCC
CMT
TV3
CNN
........
INFO
SAT1
FILMNET
TV5
........
MTV
RTL
SUPER
•NAME
MOVE/CLEAR
Menu listing the TV stations you have tuned in –
the TV program list
You can use the program lists to call
up, name, move or clear a tuned
station.
Naming a station…
For most stations, names will be
available in the program list already.
Names for TV and Satellite stations
appear automatically during auto
tuning. For Radio stations, a name may
appear both during auto and manual
tuning.
If you wish, you name a station which
has not been named already.*
Moving or clearing a station…
Via the program list, you can clear or
move a station to a different program
number. If the new program number,
you choose, is already occupied, the
‘new’ station and the ‘old’ station will
change places. Now move the ‘old’
station to another program number.
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*Naming a station…
If you choose to name a station yourself, the
station or program number you select will be
emphasised to make the actual naming easier, as
illustrated on the program list for TV stations to
the right.
To write a name character by character, you press
▲ or ▼ until you find the first character you want
in your name. For TV or Satellite, this character
may appear as a part of a preset name which has
been entered to make the naming process easier
and faster. In order to match up the station with
an appropriate preset name, move to the next
space and press ▲ or ▼ to find the second
character in a name.
If a preset name is available for the station in
question, it may appear automatically, and all you
have to do is accept this preset name. If an
appropriate name does not appear, you simply
move to the next space and repeat the procedure
– 8 character spaces are available for a name.
With respect to Radio stations, the station’s own
name may be broadcast via the RDS facility and
appear during auto tuning or manual tuning. If
no name is broadcast, the Radio frequency will
appear on the list. If you choose to name a Radio
station which has already been given a name via
the RDS facility, the information received via RDS
will be cancelled for this particular station. If you
store the station again, however, the RDS facility
will of course apply again.
TV PROGRAM LIST
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DR
TV2
If no preset name is available – continue
to move to different character spaces
and ‘write’ the name…
EURO
ARD
TCC
CMT
The program list for TV stations – with the
naming function activated
TV PROGRAM LIST
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
DR
TV2
ZDF
then
Press GO to store the name
GO
To move or clear a station in the list…
Select the station you want to move
or clear
or
then
EURO
........
ARD
TCC
CMT
TV3
CNN
........
INFO
SAT1
FILMNET
TV5
........
MTV
RTL
SUPER
MOVE/SWAP
Press ▲ or ▼ repeatedly to reveal the
second character for this space or find
the appropriate preset name…
Press to move the station out next
to the list
tt
then
To move the station…
Press to move it down or up the
list to its new program number
or
then
Press to move the station back into
the list
•CLEAR
The program list for TV stations – the station you
wish to move to another program number or clear
has been moved outside the list
ss
If two stations change places, now move
the ‘old’ station to another program number…
Or, clear the station…
Press the Yellow button twice to
clear the station
Press to remove the menus from
the screen
:
:
EXIT
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M A N U A L
T U N I N G
Tuning in TV stations
TV
Press to select TV
then
MENU
Press to call up the main setup
menu
Before you start…
On a multi-standard BeoCenter AV5, several
broadcast systems may be available for stations, so
check that the correct broadcast system is
displayed before you start tuning, otherwise some
stations may not appear during tuning. To do so,
call up the second menu for manual tuning of TV
stations, then select the correct system.
SETUP
TV
TIMER
PICTURE
The main SETUP menu for TV
appears…
SOUND
Main setup menu for TV
then
GO
Press to select TV and call up the
menu
The TV SETUP menu appears…
then
then
GO
Press until MANUAL TUNING is lit
up
Press to call up the menu
TV SETUP
AUTO TUNING
PROGRAM LIST
UPDATE TUNING
MANUAL TUNING
Special setup menu for TV
The TV MANUAL TUNING menu
appears…
TV MANUAL TUNING
tt
Press to start tuning
or
ss
Alternatively, key in the exact
frequency, using the number keys
(Pressing STOP stops tuning)
FREQUENCY
210
PROGRAM
10
ID
EURO
Menu for manual tuning of TV stations
Once a station is found, then press ▼ to move to
the other items in the menu…
TV MANUAL TUNING
1
Key in a program number e.g. 12
2
Now, press GO to store your station…
Or, continue to follow the instructions on the
following page…
FINE
0
DECODER
OFF
SOUND
STEREO
The second menu for the manual tuning of TV
stations
You can tune in your stations yourself.
Assign them with a program number,
as well as a name, and, if it proves
necessary, determine whether a
decoder should be cut in.
You can furthermore choose a type of
sound or language you wish to store
for your station.
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What’s on the TV MANUAL TUNING menu…
FREQUENCY
Indicates the TV frequency.
PROGRAM
Program number – 79 program numbers are
available.
ID (Name)
Naming stations – ‘write’ a name by revealing the
individual characters for each character space – 8
characters spaces are available. When you reveal
the first characters, an appropriate preset name
may appear. If no preset name is available – then
continue to ‘write’ the name character by
character.
What’s on the second TV MANUAL TUNING
menu…
FINE
Fine tuning – usually the TV tunes to the best
possible picture, however, neighbouring channels
may blur the picture slightly. Fine tune within a
range of +8 – -8.
DECODER
A decoder can be connected to the reception of
coded TV stations. If DECODER is set to one of the
ON options, the decoder will be cut in
automatically when the relevant program number
is selected.
The following options are available for DECODER:
ON/AV… (decoder on) where both audio and
video signals are coded
ON/V… (decoder on) where only video signals are
coded
OFF… (decoder off) for no decoder
Select ON/AV for most coded stations, in order to
get both sound and pictures. If only the video
signal is coded, select ON/V. If you select ON/AV
where only the video signal is coded, the sound
may be lost when the signal is decoded.
To name a station…
Press to move to ID
Note: If an extra decoder is connected to the AV
socket and DECODER-2 is registered in the AV
socket menu (see the Setting-up guide for further
information), select 1/V or 1/AV for Decoder
number 1; 2/V, 2/AV for Decoder number 2; or OFF
for no decoder.
Press to reveal the first character
in a name
SOUND (mono/stereo/language)
The following types of sound may be available:
MONO…
FM/NICAM mono sound
STEREO…
NICAM/ A2 stereo sound
MONO1…
Mono language 1
MONO2…
Mono language 2
Press ▲ or ▼ to reveal the second character or a
preset name – if no name is available, move to the
next character space, and reveal the appropriate
characters…
MONO3…
STEREO2…
Mono language 3
Stereo language 2
Note: MONO3 and STEREO2 are only available, if
a NICAM stereo system decoder is built into your
BeoCenter AV5.
Even though you store your preferred type of
sound/language in this way, you may still switch
between the various types of sound while you are
watching this TV station. See page 44, Switching
sound, for further instruction.
or
Press the Green button to start
naming
Press to move to the next character
spaces
Press to store your station and,
if you wish, continue tuning
·
or
tt
GO
To fine tune, make decoder or sound
selections for your station…
Press repeatedly to call up to
the second manual tuning menu
The second TV MANUAL TUNING
menu appears…
Use ▼ or ▲ to move to the other items, and
press ss or tt to reveal options for an item…
Press to store and return to the first
tuning menu
GO
Press to store your station
GO
then
Continue to tune in stations…
Or
Press to remove the menus from
screen
EXIT
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> Manual tuning – Satellite tuning
Tuning in Satellite stations
SAT
Press to select Satellite
SETUP
then
MENU
Press to call up the setup menu
SAT
TIMER
The main SETUP menu for SAT
appears…
then
GO
SOUND
Main setup menu for Satellite
Press to select SAT and call up the
menu
The SAT SETUP menu appears…
then
GO
Press until MANUAL TUNING is lit
up
Press to call up the menu
tt
The SAT MANUAL TUNING menu
appears…
Press to start tuning
then
PICTURE
SAT SETUP
AUTO TUNING
PROGRAM LIST
UPDATE TUNING
Please note…
Before you start tuning in Satellite stations, make
sure that the correct broadcast system is
displayed. Call up the second manual tuning
menu for Satellite. If the correct system is not
displayed, enter the correct system.
You can tune in your Satellite stations
yourself*. Assign them with a program
number, as well as a name, and, if
necessary, determine whether a
decoder should be cut in.
MANUAL TUNING
Special setup menu for Satellite
You can furthermore choose a type of
sound or language you wish to store
for your station.
or
ss
SAT MANUAL TUNING
Or key in the exact frequency…
(Pressing STOP stops tuning)
Once a station is found…
Press ▼ or ▲ to move from item to item, use tt
or ss or the number keys – fill in the required
information…
FREQUENCY
11.374
POLARITY
HOR
LNB
ASTRA
PROGRAM
10
ID
FILMNET
Note: If your ODU (Outdoor Unit) setup includes
an external Positioner, the item POSITION will be
available on the menu for manual tuning of
Satellite instead of LNB. To adjust the position of
your ODU setup, select POSITION and use tt or
ss to adjust.
Menu for manual tuning of Satellite stations
To name a station, move to ID…
·
Press the Green button to name
then
Use ▲ or ▼ to reveal characters or
preset names, and use tt or ss to
move to the next character space
Once you have entered the required
information …
GO
Press to store your station
Press GO repeatedly until the SAT
SETUP menu appears
SAT MANUAL TUNING
FINE
0
DECODER
OFF
SYSTEM
PAL
SOUND
7.02/7.20
The second menu for the manual tuning of
Satellite stations
*Note: In order to be able to receive Satellite,
your BeoCenter AV5 must be especially equipped
for Satellite reception.
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What’s on the SAT MANUAL TUNING menu…
FREQUENCY
Indicates the Satellite (SAT) frequency.
POLARITY
Select best picture quality. POLARITY can be set
to:
HOR… for Horizontal polarization
VERT… for Vertical polarization
00 - 63… for numerical indication of polarization
(relevant only if polarity is set to Skew in the
special ODU setup menu*)
*Note: For further information about the ODU
(Out Door Unit) setup menu, please refer to the
ODU Setting up guide.
LNB (Low Noise Block Converter)
The following options are available: ASTRA,
1oWEST, HOT BIRD, UNI-LNB, TELECOM, SMATV,
CUSTOM# and NONE. The LNB options, you
choose, will appear in the manual tuning menu
for Satellite.
PROGRAM
Program number – 119 program numbers are
available.
ID (Name)
Naming stations – Reveal a preset name for your
station or ‘write’ a name – 8 characters spaces are
available. When you reveal the first characters, an
appropriate preset name may appear. If no preset
name is available – then continue to ‘write’ the
name character by character.
Please note…
The BeoCenter AV5 Satellite module is
preprogrammed with stations from some of
the Satellites currently broadcasting.
What’s on the second SAT MANUAL TUNING
menu…
FINE
Fine tuning – may be necessary to obtain a better
reception. Fine tune within a range of +7 – -7.
DECODER
Indicates the decoder setup. Connect a decoder to
receive coded Satellite stations. If a station is
stored with DECODER set to one of the ON
options, the decoder will be cut in automatically,
when the relevant station is selected.
The following options are available:
ON/AV… (decoder on) where both audio and
video signals are coded
ON/V… (decoder on) where only video signals are
coded
Off… (decoder off) for no decoder
Select ON/AV for most coded stations to get both
sound and pictures. If only the video signal is
coded, select ON/V. If you select ON/AV where
only the video signal is coded, the sound may be
lost when the signal is decoded.
Note: If an extra decoder is connected to the AV
socket and DECODER-2 is registered in the AV
socket menu (see the Setting-up guide for further
instruction), select 1/V or 1/AV for Decoder 1, 2/V,
2/AV for Decoder 2, or OFF for no decoder.
Decoder number 2 is only available when the PAL
broadcast system is in use.
SYSTEM
Indicates Satellite broadcast system. You can
switch between the following systems, PAL, MAC,
BB (BaseBand), PAL OBW (Optional bandwidth),
MAC OBW, or BB OBW. Note, if you set SYSTEM
up to any of the MAC or BB options, it will not be
possible to select or set options for SOUND, unless
you have set DECODER to ON/V in this second
Satellite tuning menu.
SOUND (Mono, Stereo, Language)
Several types of sound may be available for a
particular Satellite station, mono, stereo or several
different languages. Alternatively, you may have
to call up a manual sound tuning menu to tune in
the appropriate sound frequency.*
Switch between the sound options currently
transmitted for your Satellite station, until you
hear the sound you wish to store.
Note: Even though a preferred type of
sound/language is stored, you can still switch
between the different types of sound available
for a programme. See Switching Sound on page
44 for further information.
*Note: Call up the SAT SOUND TUNING menu by
pressing the Green button on Beo4 when SOUND
is highlighted. See next page for further
information about the manual sound tuning
menu!
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> Manual tuning – Satellite tuning
What’s on the SAT SOUND TUNING menu…
SOUND
Stereo and Mono sound are available. Use ▲ or ▼
to reveal either option.
(FREQUENCY)
Only applies for when Mono sound is selected.
Tune in the mono sound frequency.
(LEFT FREQ – RIGHT FREQ)
Indicates the left and right frequencies. The items
are only available, if you have chosen STEREO as
your sound option. Once a frequency is selected
for LEFT, the RIGTH frequency is changed and set
automatically. Use ▲ or ▼ to reveal options, or
use the number keys to key in values.
EXPAND
To achieve the best possible sound, you may have
to expand the sound signal. Typically applies,
when the transmitted sound is a stereo signal. The
function compensates for the deviations which
the sound elements, bass and treble, undergo
during transmission. To activate the function, set
EXPAND to ON, to deactivate the function, set it
to OFF.
SOUND LEVEL
Select a sound level for a station. As some stations
broadcast programmes with different sound
levels, you can choose to e.g. turn the
preprogrammed sound level down. The options
NORMAL and LOW are available.
SAT MANUAL TUNING
FINE
0
DECODER
OFF
SYSTEM
PAL
SOUND
7.02/7.20
•
MANUAL
The second menu for manual tuning of Satellite
stations – with the option to call up the SAT
SOUND TUNING menu.
SAT SOUND TUNING
BANDWIDTH
The following options are available: 130 kHz,
280 kHz, and 450 kHz. Use ▲ or ▼ to reveal
options. If SOUND is set to STEREO, the
bandwidth is set to 130 kHz automatically, and it
will not be possible to select the item.
DEEMPHASIS
In order to achieve the best possible sound, you
may have to deemphasise the sound signal, so
that it corresponds to the degree, to which, it was
preemphasised, when it was transmitted. Select
the appropriate option; 50, 75, or J17.
PICTURE
Indicates whether your station is a Satellite Radio
or TV station.
ON… Indicates that the picture screen will be
switched on – for Satellite TV stations.
OFF… Indicates that the picture screen will not
be switched on, only sound is available – for
Satellite Radio stations.
SOUND
STEREO
FREQUENCY
...
LEFT FREQ
7.02
RIGHT FREQ
7.20
BANDWIDTH
130 KHz
DEEMPHASIS
J17
EXPAND
OFF
SOUND LEVEL
NORMAL
PICTURE
ON
The menu for tuning in the sound frequency for
Satellite stations
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Tuning in Radio stations
You can tune in your Radio stations
yourself. Assign them with a program
number, and a name, and determine
the type of sound, you want for your
station.
What’s on the RADIO MANUAL TUNING
menu…
FREQUENCY
Frequency for Radio stations.
SETUP
ID (Name)
Naming stations – 8 characters spaces are available.
If a station name is broadcast via RDS, it appears
automatically. This name will be updated
automatically if a different name is broadcast. If
no name is broadcast via RDS, the Radio
frequency appears on the menu.
If you name a Radio station which has been
named already via RDS, you will not receive RDS
generated information for this particular station.
Store the station again, if you want to make use
of the RDS facility. To name a station, follow the
button sequence to the far right of this page.
FINE
Fine tuning – may be necessary to obtain a better
reception. Fine tune within a range of +4 – -4.
RADIO
Press to call up the setup menu
MENU
then
RADIO
TIMER
PICTURE
SOUND
The main setup menu for Radio
The main SETUP menu for Radio
appears…
then
Press to select RADIO and call up the
menu
GO
RADIO SETUP
The RADIO SETUP menu appears…
AUTO TUNING
then
PROGRAM LIST
PROGRAM
Program number – 59 Radio program numbers are
available.
Press to select Radio
Press until MANUAL TUNING is lit up
UPDATE TUNING
MANUAL TUNING
Special setup menu for Radio
then
Press to call up the menu
The RADIO MANUAL TUNING menu appears…
Press to start tuning
92.8
PROGRAM
4
ID
VIBORG
SOUND
STEREO
Menu for manual tuning of Radio stations
tt
or
RADIO MANUAL TUNING
FREQUENCY
GO
ss
Or, key in the exact frequency
(Pressing STOP stops tuning))
Once a station is found, press ▼ or ▲ to move to
the other items in the menu…
then
Key in a program number e.g. 12
1
2
SOUND
Stereo and Mono sound may be available for a
particular Radio station. Choose your preferred
sound mode and store it for your station.
Press GO to store your station, or continue to, for
example, fine tune or select a type of sound for
your station…
To name a station…
Move to ID and press the Green button, then use
▲ or ▼ to reveal a character, and tt or ss to
move from space to space. Press GO to store the
name, you have entered
Press to remove the menus from
screen
EXIT
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U P D A T E
T U N I N G
Update the tuning of your stations
TV
Select the source where you
want to update your tuning,
e.g. TV
TV
TIMER
then
MENU
Since new TV, Satellite or Radio
stations appear from time to time, you
may need to update the tuning of your
stations.
SETUP
Press to call up the main setup
menu for TV
PICTURE
SOUND
Main setup menu for TV
The update tuning function tunes in
these new stations, while the other
stations remain the same*.
The main SETUP menu for TV
appears…
TV SETUP
then
GO
Press to select TV and call up the
menu
The TV SETUP menu appears…
then
Press until UPDATE TUNING is lit
up
AUTO TUNING
Once update tuning is completed, the
program list with the tuned stations
appears automatically, you can now
choose to name, edit or move your
stations.
PROGRAM LIST
UPDATE TUNING
MANUAL TUNING
Special setup menu for TV
then
GO
Press to call up the menu
The UPDATE TUNING menu
appears…
tt
Press to activate tuning
(Pressing STOP stops update tuning)
Once update tuning has been
completed, the program list appears
on the screen automatically
EXIT
Press to remove the menus from
the screen
TV UPDATE TUNING
FREQUENCY
See page 14 for information of how to
use the program lists…
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ACTIVATE
Menu for updating the tuning of your TV
stations
*Note: As long as the number of stations does not
exceed the number of program numbers
available, the new stations will be stored on
program numbers higher than the program
numbers which have already been taken up by
other stations.
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S T A N D
Setting your favourite stand positions
You can preset two positions for
BeoCenter AV5 to turn to via the menu
for stand positions.
Press to select TV
SETUP
TV
then
TV
Press to call up the main setup
menu
TIMER
MENU
PICTURE
You can preset the BeoCenter AV5 to
automatically turn to your favourite
viewing position when you switch it
on, and automatically turn to a
particular standby position when you
switch it off.
SOUND
STAND
The main SETUP menu for TV
appears…
CLOCK
Press repeatedly to select STAND
then
Main setup menu for TV
then
Press to call up the menu for stand
positions
GO
STAND
Turning BeoCenter AV5 directly…
You can also turn your BeoCenter AV5 directly via
your Beo4 remote control without calling up the
STAND menu. Press LIST until STAND is displayed
on the Beo4 display, then use the tt or ss
buttons to turn BeoCenter AV5 or key in a
number from 1 to 9 to turn to a pre-defined
position, 1 represents the utmost left position and
9 the utmost right position.
The STAND menu appears, ON is
lit up already…
ON
STBY
To preset a viewing angle for BeoCenter
AV5 to turn to when you switch it on…
Press to turn BeoCenter AV5 to your
desired viewing position
1
2
3
4 5
8
6 7
9
Menu for presetting stand positions – two
positions are available, a position for when it is
switched on (ON) and a position for when it is
switched to Standby (STBY). The positions you
store are indicated on the menu
ss
or
tt
Alternatively,
Use the number keys 1-9 to
choose a pre-defined position
1
through
9
If you wish to preset a position for
Standby, too…
Press to select STBY in the menu
Press tt or ss to turn to your
desired standby position, or, use
the number keys 1-9 to choose a
pre-defined position
then
then
Press to store your stand positions
GO
Press to remove the menus from the
screen
EXIT
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C L O C K
Setting the clock
TV
Press to select TV
SETUP
then
TV
To synchronise with Teletext time…
Select a national TV station by
keying in its program number, e.g.
1
12
2
then
Press to call up the main setup menu
MENU
for TV
The main SETUP menu for TV
appears…
TIMER
PICTURE
SOUND
STAND
You can synchronise the clock with the
Teletext time broadcast by the station
you are currently on or choose to set
the clock yourself.
CLOCK
AV SOCKET
Main setup menu for TV
then
Press repeatedly to select CLOCK
then
GO
tt
or
ss
20:00
DATE
FRI 10
The CLOCK menu appears, TIME is
already lit up…
MONTH
SEPTEMBER
YEAR
1996
Press repeatedly to select
TEXT TIME
TEXT TIME
DR
DISPLAY
YES
Press to reveal the name or
program number of the current
TV station
Make sure that the correct date is
displayed – if not, use ▲ or ▼ to
move to the relevant items in the
menu and use tt or ss to set the
date
then
GO
CLOCK
TIME
Press to call up the menu
Press to synchronise the time
and store the clock
In order for BeoCenter AV5 to display
the correct time and execute a timed
operation correctly, the built-in clock
must be set to the correct time and
date.
Menu for setting the clock – the item TEXT TIME
indicates synchronisation with Teletext. The item
DISPLAY indicates whether or not the clock will be
displayed on the BeoCenter AV5 display
If you synchronise with Teletext, make
sure that you are on a national station,
so that the clock will be set to the right
time*.
In the menu for setting the clock, you
can also preset the BeoCenter AV5 to
display the time in the display
whenever it is switched on, only interrupted by the operations you
undertake.
*Note: If you have synchronised with Teletext, the
clock in BeoCenter AV5 will be updated
automatically and change to Summer and Winter
time automatically.
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Showing the clock on the display…
In order to display the clock on the BeoCenter
AV5, you press LIST on Beo4 until CLOCK is
revealed in the Beo4 display. Then, press GO to
display the clock.
To set the clock yourself…
The clock remains on the display, until you
perform another operation, for example, press TV.
If you wish to remove the clock from the display,
press LIST to display CLOCK again, and press GO.
Check that the data in the menu
is correct, if not, then…
Use the number keys to key in
the correct time
0
through
9
Press to move from item to item
in the menu
or
then
Press to reveal the correct data
tt
or
ss
then
Press to store the clock
GO
Press to remove the menus
EXIT
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T V ,
S A T E L L I T E
A N D
T E L E T E X T
28 Daily operations
Watching a programme
29 Teletext
How to call up Teletext pages
Presetting your own favourite
Teletext pages
Using the basic Teletext functions
Teletext subtitles
Making the subtitles appear
automatically
Page update function
Using the Fastext or ‘FLOF’ system
Making video tape recordings via
Teletext
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28
D A I L Y
O P E R A T I O N S
Watching a programme
TV
SAT
Press to switch on to the TV
program number you were last
watching
Press to switch on to the Satellite
program number you were last
watching
Press to step through your program
numbers
or
0
through
9
Press to select a specific program
number, pressing 0 will switch to the
program number you were last
watching
To switch displays for a station…
Press to display the name of the
TV
current station
or
SAT
Press TV or SAT again to display the
program number
LIST
Press LIST until STAND is displayed
You will be using the following operations daily:
• Switching on to TV program numbers
• Switching on to Satellite program
numbers*
• Switching displays for TV or Satellite
on the BeoCenter AV5 display
• Turning your BeoCenter AV5 to
adjust the viewing angle
• Adjusting volume
• Switching the system off
To carry out these operations, use the
Beo4 remote control.
Instead of displaying the program
number on the BeoCenter AV5 display,
you can choose to display the name of
a station, only interrupted by the
operations you undertake.
then
tt
Press to turn the BeoCenter AV5
or
ss
Alternatively,
Use the number keys to key in a
1
pre-defined stand position
through
9
Press to adjust the volume
or
Press right on the middle of the
volume button to mute the sound,
press again to bring the sound back
•
Press to switch to standby
*Note: Satellite is only available, if your
BeoCenter AV5 is especially equipped for Satellite
reception.
You can turn your BeoCenter AV5 with
the Beo4 by keying in a pre-defined
stand position – 9 positions are
available, press 1 for its utmost left
position and 9 for its utmost right
position.
Finally, you can adjust the volume level
and switch the BeoCenter AV5 to
standby.
Note: If you wish to just listen to a video source,
TV, Satellite or V.Tape, without pictures on the
screen, press AV before you press TV, SAT or
V TAPE.
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T E L E T E X T
How to call up Teletext pages
If the station you are currently
watching transmits Teletext, you press
TEXT on Beo4 to call up Teletext.*
BeoCenter AV5 offers improved
Teletext which means that the time it
takes to call up Teletext pages is
reduced.
The first page which appears is a preset
favourite Teletext page, the cue MEM1
in the upper left-hand corner of the
screen indicates this status. This page
has been preset in your BeoCenter AV5
and always appears when you first
switch to Teletext.
*Note: If you get a blank page when you press
TEXT, the station does not currently transmit
Teletext. Press EXIT or a source button e.g. TV to
leave Teletext.
Please note: The facilities offered by Teletext
differ from country to country, and even from
one Teletext broadcaster to another. For
details of special facilities, we recommend that
you consult the information distributed onscreen or on paper by your Teletext
broadcaster.
Four favourite Teletext pages, MEM1,
2, 3 and 4, are available for each
station which transmits Teletext.
Teletext pages 100, 200, 300 and 400
are preset as favourite Teletext pages.
You can, however, preset the pages
you use most often instead, see the
next page for further instruction.
Press to switch to Teletext
The Index page, page 100 – preset as
MEM1, introduces you to the available
Teletext pages, and it may help you
find the Teletext page you want. If this
is not the case, an alphabetical list of
contents is usually available.
Or, alternatively…
Press to step to the next available
page
Press to step to the previous page
Press to step through the four
preset favourite Teletext pages
tt
or
ss
Use the number keys to select a
specific page, for example 302
3
0
2
Press to leave Teletext
or, press TV to return to watching TV
See the following pages for further
information about the facilities
Teletext offers…
TEXT
or
EXIT
30
> Teletext
Presetting your own favourite Teletext pages…
TEXT
Press to call up Teletext
Find the page you want to store as a
favourite Teletext page…
LIST
1
then
Press to preset the current page as,
for example, your favourite Teletext
page 1
GO
EXIT
By presetting your own favourite
Teletext pages, you will obtain greater
benefits when using the Teletext information system.
Press LIST until STORE is displayed
then
GO
Four special favourite Teletext pages
are available for each station which
transmits Teletext. These pages can be
accessed directly and quickly.
Press to leave Teletext
The Teletext pages 100, 200, 300 and
400 are preset as the four favourite
pages, indicated on the screen as
MEM1 – MEM4. You can change this
setup and preset your own favourite
Teletext pages which you want direct
and quicker access to.
Preset favourite Teletext pages and
BeoLink*…
If you have TV sets connected to your
BeoCenter AV5 via the BeoLink system and
switch to Teletext, the favourite Teletext
pages you have preset yourself will only
appear automatically on the TV set where they
have been preset.
The favourite Teletext pages you have preset
on e.g. your main room TV set, are not
transferred to your BeoLink connected sets.
You have to preset your favourite Teletext
pages on all your TV sets.
*Note: For further information about the
BeoLink system which allows you to distribute
sound and/or pictures throughout your home,
please contact your Bang & Olufsen dealer
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Using the basic Teletext functions
Once you have found the Teletext
page you want, there are various facilities at your disposal which make it
easier for you to read the page.
STOP/SUBPAGE
You can use this function when you call up a
Teletext page with subpages. A Teletext page can
have a large number of subpages. The subpages
are identified by a 4-digit subcode.
To use each of these functions, listed
on this page, follow the instructions
shown to the right…
To retain a subpage which would otherwise ‘turn’
automatically, press STOP. Step through the
subpages by pressing ▲ or ▼ or key in the number
of the subpage. The pages you have retained will
not be released until you press STOP again, press
tt to choose a favourite Teletext page or press
TEXT to leave subpage mode.
LARGE
You can enlarge the text so that it is easier to
read from a distance. By pressing GO repeatedly,
you can enlarge the Teletext page on the screen,
the upper half of the page appears first, then the
lower half of the page. You return to normal
page size by pressing GO while LARGE is still
displayed in the Beo4 display.
MIX
You can superimpose the Teletext page on the TV
picture and see both simultaneously. When you
want to see just the Teletext again, press GO
while MIX is still displayed on the Beo4 display.
REVEAL*
If a Teletext page contains concealed text, for
example, the answer to a riddle, you can use the
reveal function to reveal the concealed text.
When you want to conceal the text again, press
GO while REVEAL* is still displayed on the Beo4
display.
*Note: In order to display REVEAL on Beo4, you
must add the function to the Beo4 list of
functions, see Beo4’s own User’s guide and the
chapter, Customising your Beo4, for further
instructions.
Retaining a subpage…
Call up the Teletext page with the subpages you
want…
then
Press to retain the subpages
STOP
then
Press to see the subpages
or
Alternatively,
Key in the four digits of the
subpage you want to see,
for example subpage 0005
0
0
0
5
Press to release the subpages
STOP
Press LIST until LARGE is displayed
LIST
Press to enlarge the text
GO
then
Press GO again to enlarge the
remaining part of the text; and
press GO again to return to normal
Teletext size
Press LIST until MIX is displayed
LIST
Press to superimpose the Teletext
page on the TV picture
GO
then
Press GO again to see only the Teletext
page
Press LIST until REVEAL* is displayed
LIST
Press to reveal concealed text
GO
then
Press GO again to conceal the text
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> Teletext
Teletext subtitles
6
then
Select the program number for
which you want subtitles, for
example 6, and switch to Teletext
TEXT
Some Teletext broadcasters provide
subtitles for their TV or SAT
programmes. Such subtitles are transmitted on a specific Teletext page*.
Find the subtitles page…
3
Use the number keys to call up the
subtitles page, for example 333
3
3
If you want subtitles for a programme,
find the Teletext page with subtitles,
the subtitles are then inserted on the
TV picture.
You can enlarge the subtitles on the
screen to make them easier to read.
*Note: To find the subtitles page, use the index
page100. Here, you usually find a reference to the
alphabetical list of contents which lists all
available Teletext pages and their appropriate
numbers.
The subtitles appear on the screen
LIST
Press LIST until LARGE is displayed
then
GO
Press to enlarge the subtitles
Making the subtitles appear automatically…
To make the subtitles appear whenever you select
a specific program number…
6
If it is not switched on already,
switch to the relevant program
number, for example 6
then
TEXT
Press to call up Teletext
then
3
Use the number keys to call up the
subtitles page, for example 333
3
3
LIST
Press LIST until STORE is displayed
then
GO
then
4
Select favourite Teletext page 4
then
GO
Press to preset the subtitles page on
the favourite Teletext page 4
You can make the TV insert subtitles
automatically whenever you select a
specific program number.
The procedure involves calling up the
program number you want subtitles for
and then Teletext. Now, find the
subtitles page and store it on favourite
Teletext page number 4 (MEM4)*.
*Note: If you no longer want the Teletext
subtitles to appear automatically on the program
number concerned, simply store another Teletext
page on favourite Teletext page number 4, see
page 30 for further information about favourite
Teletext pages.
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Page update Teletext function
You can ask to be reminded as soon as
a specific Teletext page is available or
any changes occur on a page.
To do so, call up Teletext and key in
the number of the Teletext page you
want, then select the update function
on Beo4 and return to watching TV
undisturbed.
The cue FOUND appears on the screen
when the page you want to see is
found. When the page is updated, the
cue UPDATE appears on the screen*.
If you want to see the Teletext page
straight away, press GO.
*Note: While you are watching TV, waiting for
the cues to appear on the screen, do not forget
that BeoCenter AV5 is still in Teletext mode. This
means that if you, for example, key in a number,
the TV will interpret this as if you are asking for a
Teletext page – it starts searching for the page,
and the update function is cancelled.
Call up the Teletext
TEXT
then
Use the number keys to key in the
number of the relevant page…
0
through
9
then
Press LIST until UPDATE is displayed
LIST
Press to activate the update function
GO
then
You will now see the TV picture again
When the page has been found, the
cue FOUND appears on the screen
When the page has been updated,
the cue UPDATE appears on the screen…
then
Press to see the updated page
GO
Press to leave Teletext mode
EXIT
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> Teletext
Using the Fastext or ‘FLOF’ system
The Fastext facility (also known as FLOF
= Full Level One Feature) is provided by
some Teletext broadcasters. It enables
the user to step directly to any one of
four different pages linked to the
page, currently on the screen.
Press to call up Teletext
TEXT
Find a Fastext page
A small bar made up of the colours,
red, green, yellow, and blue
indicates that the page is a Fastext
page
then
The Fastext system helps you find a
logical path through the many
available Teletext pages.
Press one of the four coloured
buttons to access the Fastext system
or
·
or
:
or
An extra line appears, indicating the
titles of the pages, each written in a
different colour
A Teletext page with the indication that it is a
Fastext page – a small colour bar appears in the
upper right-hand corner of the screen.
then
Use the buttons on Beo4 to call up the
page of your choice: red, green, yellow
or blue.
Press the coloured button that
matches the page you want to see
or
·
or
:
or
TEXT
Press to leave Fastext mode
EXIT
Press to leave Teletext
If you access the Fastext system, you
will see a colour bar in the upper righthand corner of the screen. The colour
bar only appears if the Teletext broadcaster is providing the Fastext facility.
The titles of the four linked pages appear on top
of the page – each written in a different colour.
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Making video tape recordings via Teletext
If you connect a BeoCord V 8000 videotape recorder to your BeoCenter AV5,
you can make Timer recordings directly
via the Teletext page listing TV (or
Satellite) programmes.
You can programme several Timer
recordings at the same time. Yet the
actual programming procedure varies,
depending on whether the PDC/VPS*
facility in the videotape recorder is
activated or not, and whether the
programme you wish to record is
broadcast with PDC/VPS* signals.
Press to call up Teletext
TEXT
Call up the Teletext page listing
TV (or SAT) programmes…
then
Press to access the Timer recording
function
RECORD
The start of the first programme is
highlighted
then
Press to move the cursor and select
the start time of the programme you
want to record
A Teletext page listing TV programmes with the
Timer recording facility activated
or
Alternatively, press tt or ss to move the cursor
then
For further information about Timer
recording, please refer to the
Videotape recorder’s own User’s
guide…
Press to accept the start time
*Note: For further information about the PDC/VPS
facility in connection with Timer recording via
Teletext, see the following page.
The Timer recording menu appears
over the page:
GO
Check the stop time…
then
Press to accept the stop time
22:00 - 23:00 30.JAN P10 BBC
GO
OK ?
If the data is not correct, use tt or ss to move
and the number keys or ▲ or ▼ to enter the
correct data…
You have now selected a programme for
recording and the Timer recording menu is
available for you to check and confirm your
recording.
(Press STOP to cancel the function without storing
any information)
then
Press to store the Timer recording
GO
The relevant start and stop times of your
recording/s and the indication RECORD
are displayed above the page
Continue to select programmes for
Timer recording…
Or
Press to leave Teletext
EXIT
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> Making Videotape recordings via Teletext
PDC/VPS facility and Timer recording…
The PDC/VPS facility in your videotape
recorder enables you to make use of the PDC
(Program Delivery Control) and the VPS (Video
Programming System) broadcasting signals
accompanying programmes in some countries.
The facility can be set to On or Off via the
videotape recorder’s setup menu.
The PDC/VPS facility ensures that a programme
accompanied by the PDC/VPS signals will be
recorded in its full length – even if the
programme is delayed or prolonged.
If the PDC/VPS facility is set to On and the
PDC/VPS signals or times are provided by the
broadcaster, you must programme the exact
start and stop times of each programme you
wish to record in order for your Timer
recording to be successful. If you wish to
record two programmes in a row, you must
make two separate Timer recordings.
If the PDC/VPS facility is set to Off, recording
will start and stop as you programme, even if
the programme is delayed or prolonged. So,
just programme the start time of the first
programme and the stop time of the next one
to record two programmes in a row.
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C D
BeoCenter AV5’s built-in CD player is
able to play audio CDs. In addition,
however, the CD player accommodates
other CD formats such as PHOTO CD or
CD-i.
38 CD audio
The BeoCenter AV5 will know what
type of CD you load. Just load it and
start playback. If you load a CD which is
not an audio CD, the CD itself will
instruct you how to use it.
40 Other CD formats
Daily operations
39 Playing tracks in a random order
39 Repeated CD playback
Operating other CD formats with
Beo4
41 CD Configuration
38
C D
A U D I O
Daily operations
Press the LOAD button on the BeoCenter AV5
close-up operation panel to open the CD
compartment and load your CD…
CD
Press to start playing a CD
Press to select the next track
or
Press to play the current track again
or press twice to play the previous
track
or
0
through
Use the number keys and key in an
exact track number
9
tt
Press to search forwards on a CD
ss
Press to search backwards on a CD
LIST
While a track is being played…
Press LIST until COUNTER appears
or
then
GO
LIST
Press to display the elapsed track
time in the display
Press LIST until STAND is displayed
then
tt
Press to turn the BeoCenter AV5
or
ss
1
through
Alternatively,
Use the number keys to key in a
pre-defined stand position
9
STOP
CD
Press to pause playback
Press CD or GO to resume playback
or
GO
•
Press to switch to standby
To play your CDs, load it and start
playback. On the BeoCenter AV5
display, the number of tracks available
on your audio CD will be displayed.
You can now choose to step through
the tracks, play a specific track or
search backwards or forwards on the
CD. It is also possible to have the
elapsed track time displayed for a
current track.
To ensure an optimum sound reproduction, turn the BeoCenter AV5 with
Beo4 so that it faces you.
You can pause CD playback or press the
standby button on Beo4 to stop the CD
player completely.
Note: If you leave the CD compartment open, it
will close automatically after 5 minutes.
Pressing the LOAD button on the BeoCenter AV5
close-up operation panel opens the CD
compartment, press again to close the
compartment. If you press CD to start playback
and the compartment is empty, it will open
automatically and the BeoCenter AV5 display will
prompt you to load a disc. Remember to load the
CD with the text side showing.
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Playing tracks in a random order
You can choose to play all the tracks on
a CD in random order. The random
order playback function can be set to
on or off. When the function is
switched on, RANDOM appears in the
BeoCenter AV5 display.
If you want to overrule the random
order playback sequence in order to
hear a specific track, simply key in or
step to the relevant track number.
Once this track is finished, the random
order playback sequence will continue.
When all the tracks have been played
once, the CD player stops, waiting for
another instruction to play.
If you wish, you can combine the
random order playback function with
the repeat playback function which
would mean that your random order
playback sequence will be repeated for
up to 4 hours.
See Repeated CD playback for further
information…
To start random order playback of CD tracks…
Press LIST until RANDOM is
displayed
Press to start random order
playback
LIST
then
GO
or
To cancel random order playback…
Press LIST until RANDOM is
displayed
Press to cancel random order
playback
LIST
then
Repeated CD playback
You can make the CD player play a CD
over and over again for up to 4 hours.
You can set the repeated playback
function to on or off. When the
function is switched on, REPEAT
appears in the BeoCenter AV5 display.
If you switch the repeated playback
function on before you have started
playback of a CD, the function will start
playback.
If you wish you can combine the
repeated playback function with the
random order playback function. To do
so, switch both functions on. Now the
random order playback sequence will
be repeated for up to 4 hours.
To start repeated playback of a CD…
Press LIST until REPEAT* is
displayed
Press to start repeated playback
LIST
then
GO
or
To cancel repeated playback…
Press LIST until REPEAT* is
displayed
Press to cancel the repeated
playback function
LIST
then
*Note: In order to display REPEAT on Beo4, you
must add the function to the Beo4 list of
functions, please refer to Beo4’s own User’s guide
and the chapter, Customising your Beo4, for
further instruction.
40
O T H E R
C D
F O R M A T S
Operating other CD formats with Beo4
Press the LOAD button on the close-up
operation panel to open the CD compartment and
load your CD, press LOAD again to close the
compartment…
CD
Press to start a CD
Follow the instructions on the CD…
To move a cursor on the screen…
Press to move the cursor upwards
Press to move the cursor
downwards
tt
Press to move the cursor to the
right
ss
Press to move the cursor to the left
When it is appropriate or required…
Press to activate play or a function
GO
or
Press the Green action button 1 to
·
activate a function
or
Press the Yellow action button 2 to
:
activate a function
The BeoCenter AV5 supports a range
of CD formats such as PHOTO CD and
CD-i’s. The operation of these other
formats depends on the individual
applications.
If you choose to operate any of these
other formats with Beo4, you can use
Beo4 to guide the directions of a cursor
on the screen.
Beo4 also includes action buttons. GO
on Beo4 acts as action button 1 which
selects and activates hotspots or
functions in an application. The Green
and the Yellow button also act as
action buttons, action button 1 and 2
respectively*.
In some applications, the action
buttons are used interchangeably
whereas they may have different
functions in other applications.
Apply in some applications…
Press the Blue button to move to the
‘next’ step or function
or
Press the Red button to move back
to the previous step or function
STOP
•
Press to pause your application
Press to switch the system to
standby
*Note: It is also possible to connect pointing
devices to the BeoCenter AV5. Even though you
connect such a device, you can still operate an
application with Beo4. Please refer to Direct
access sockets on page 54 for further information
of where to connect such devices.
The Blue and the Red button on Beo4
represent the functions ‘Next’ and
‘Previous’ respectively, allowing you to
move forwards or backwards in your
application. Whereas, STOP acts as a
pause button.
In order to leave your application, press
another source button, e.g. TV, or press
the Standby button to switch off the
entire system.
Note: If the CD format you have loaded is not
supported by your BeoCenter AV5, the CD
compartment opens again and the display
prompts you to load another CD.
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CD configuration
Most of the CD formats supported by
BeoCenter AV5 can be loaded and
played directly. If, for some reason, you
need to apply a different configuration
to your CD application, you must use
the menu for CD configuration.
What’s on the CD CONFIGURATION menu…
CD-I
PAL and NTSC are available for this item – select
the appropriate PAL or NTSC system for your
application.
PHOTO CD
NTSC and PAL are available for this item – Applies
to Photo CD applications, they are loaded in NTSC
in order to produce a flicker free picture but you
can choose the PAL standard instead of NTSC in
order to get a picture which is less cropped.
VIDEO CD
PAL and NTSC are available for this item – select
the appropriate PAL or NTSC system for your
application.
MIX
MIX applies to CDs which include both sound and
some graphics. If you wish to simply listen to such
a CD without any pictures or graphics on the
screen, set MIX to AUDIO. If you wish to see the
graphics, set MIX to CD-I.
CLEAR
AUTO and MANUAL are available for this item – If
you wish to call up the CD STORAGE LIST* to
delete information stored from your CD
applications, set CLEAR to MANUAL, the item will
then be available the next time you select CD in
the main setup menu for CD. If CLEAR is set to
AUTO, the entries will be deleted automatically
and you will have no access to the CD STORAGE
LIST whatsoever.
SETUP
Press to select CD as your source
CD
then
CD
Press to call up the main setup menu
for CD
TIMER
MENU
PICTURE
SOUND
The main SETUP menu for CD
appears, CD is lit up already…
Main setup menu for CD
CD CONFIGURATION
CD-I
PAL
PHOTO CD
NTSC
VIDEO CD
PAL
MIX
CD-I
CLEAR
AUTO
Press to select CD and call up the
menu for CD configuration
GO
The CD CONFIGURATION menu
appears…
Press to step from item to item in
the menu
Menu for CD configuration
or
then
Press to reveal options for an
item
tt
or
ss
*Nice to know about CD STORAGE LIST…
If you access the STORAGE LIST, you can delete
the information stored from the CD applications
you have played. The information stored from
each application takes up very little space,
though, so the BeoCenter AV5 memory has
enough capacity to store an extensive number of
entries. To operate the CD STORAGE LIST, use the
Beo4 buttons to guide the cursor and activate the
functions with the Beo4 action buttons.
then
Press to store your options
GO
Press to remove the menus from the
screen
EXIT
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R A D I O
Daily operations
RADIO
or
0
through
9
Press to switch on to the Radio
program number you were last
listening to
You will be using the following operations daily:
Press to step through your program
numbers
• Switching on to Radio program
numbers
• Switching displays for a Radio
program number
• Turning your BeoCenter AV5 to
achieve an optimum sound reproduction
• Adjusting the volume
• Switching the system off
Press to select a specific program
number, pressing 0 will switch to
the program number you were last
listening to
To switch displays for the current station…
Press to display the name
RADIO
Press again to display the program
number
LIST
Press LIST until STAND is displayed
then
tt
Instead of displaying the program
number on the BeoCenter AV5 display,
you can choose to display the name
permanently only interrupted by the
operations you undertake.
Press to turn the BeoCenter AV5
or
ss
Alternatively,
Use the number keys to key in a
1
pre-defined stand position
through
9
You can turn your BeoCenter AV5 with
the Beo4. When STAND is displayed on
Beo4, you can, for example, key in a
pre-defined stand position – 9 positions
are available, press 1 for the utmost
left position and 9 for the utmost right
position.
TV
LIGHT
RADIO
SAT
DVD
CD
V TAPE
RECORD
A TAPE
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
TEXT
0
MENU
Press to adjust the volume
or
Press right on the middle of the
volume button to mute the sound,
press again to recall the sound
•
Press to switch the system to
standby
Finally, you can adjust the volume level
and switch the BeoCenter AV5 to
standby.
GO
LIST
STOP
EXIT
S O U N D
A N D
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P I C T U R E
How to adjust sound
The sound levels in your BeoCenter
AV5 are set to neutral values which suit
most situations. However, if you wish,
you can adjust the levels to your liking.
SETUP
Select the source where you want
to adjust the sound, e.g. TV
TV
TV
TIMER
Press to call up the main setup
menu for TV
PICTURE
MENU
SOUND
Via the menu for sound adjustment,
you can adjust volume, balance, bass
and treble levels and switch the
Loudness function on or off.
STAND
The main SETUP menu for TV appears…
then
Main setup menu for TV
Press until SOUND is lit up
then
SOUND
What’s on the SOUND menu…
VOLUME
Adjusts the volume level. You can of course also
adjust volume directly by pressing ∧ or ∨ on Beo4.
BALANCE
Adjusts loudspeaker balance.
BASS
Adjusts the bass tones.
TREBLE
Adjusts the treble tones.
LOUDNESS
The loudness function can be set to ON or OFF –
the function is used to compensate for the human
ear’s lack of sensitivity to high and low
frequencies when listening to low volume levels.
It boosts the low and the high frequencies so that
the music becomes more dynamic.
VOLUME
................ . . . . . . . .
BALANCE
................ . . . . . . . .
BASS
................ . . . . . . . .
TREBLE
................ . . . . . . . .
Press to call up the menu for sound
adjustment
GO
The SOUND menu appears…
then
Press to select an item to adjust
or
LOUDNESS OFF
Menu for sound adjustment
then
Press to adjust the values for an
item or set LOUDNESS to ON or OFF
tt
or
ss
then
Press to store your adjustments
GO
Press to remove the menus from
the screen
EXIT
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> Picture and Sound
Switching sound
LIST
Press LIST until SOUND* is displayed
then
GO
Press to display the current sound
The current sound is indicated in the
BeoCenter AV5 display
then
GO
Press repeatedly to switch between
the different types of sound and
stop when you hear the desired
sound
*Note: In order to display SOUND on Beo4, you
must add the function to the Beo4 list of
functions, please refer to Beo4’s own User’s guide
and the chapter, Customizing your Beo4, for
further instruction.
MONO
STEREO
MONO1
MONO2
Mono sound (FM/NICAM)
Stereo sound (NICAM/A2)
Mono language 1
Mono language 2
MONO3
STEREO2
Mono language 3
Stereo language 2
Several types of sound may be
available for the TV (or Satellite*)
programme you are watching, for
example both Stereo and Mono sound,
or two or three different languages.
While you are watching a programme
you can switch between the types of
sound currently available. If you are
watching a multi-language TV
programme, you can switch from one
language to another.
The various types of sound, which are
available, will be displayed on the
BeoCenter AV5 display as you select
them.
These types of sound may not all be available on
any one TV station, you can choose to hear the
various types of sound currently transmitted.
Mono Language 3 and Stereo Language 2 are
only available if you are tuned in to a station
using the NICAM stereo system and your TV is
equipped with a NICAM stereo decoder.
*Note: For a Satellite station, you will be able to
switch between MONO, STEREO, MONO1,
STEREO1, MONO2, MONO3, STEREO2 and
STEREO3 sound types.
Note: You can store a specific type of sound for a
particular station, so, when you switch on to this
station, you will hear the sound or language, you
stored for it. Please refer to the manual tuning
procedure for both TV and Satellite for further
instruction, see pages 16-19.
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How to adjust picture
The picture levels in your BeoCenter
AV5 are set to neutral values which suit
most situations. However, if you wish,
you can adjust the levels to your liking.
SETUP
Press to call up the source you want
to adjust picture levels for, e.g. TV
TV
TV
TIMER
Press to call up the main setup
menu for TV
PICTURE
MENU
SOUND
Via the menu for picture adjustment,
you can adjust levels of brilliance,
colour and contrast for your picture
screen. The adjustments apply to all
your video sources.
STAND
The main SETUP menu for TV appears…
Main setup menu for TV
then
Press until PICTURE is lit up
then
PICTURE
BRILLIANCE ................ . . . . . . . .
What’s on the PICTURE menu…
BRILLIANCE
Adjusts the picture brilliance level.
COLOUR
Adjusts the colour intensity level.
CONTRAST
Adjusts the contrast level in the picture.
(TINT)
Tint regulation will only be available if NTSC
signals are employed.
Note: Changing picture formats – If your system
has a videotape recorder connected and you are
playing a videotape which has been recorded in a
wide-screen format, you can change the picture
format on BeoCenter AV5. To do so, press LIST
until FORMAT* is displayed, then press ▲ or ▼ or
key in 1 or 2 to select FORMAT 1 (Regular picture)
or FORMAT 2 (Soft wide-screen picture) directly.
Note: In order to display FORMAT on Beo4, you
must add the function to the Beo4 list of
functions, please refer to Beo4’s own User’s guide
and the chapter, Customising your Beo4, for
further instruction.
COLOUR
................ . . . . . . . .
CONTRAST
................ . . . . . . . .
Press to call up the menu for picture
adjustment
GO
The PICTURE menu appears,
BRILLIANCE is lit up already…
then
Press to adjust BRILLIANCE
tt
Menu for picture adjustment
or
ss
Press to select the other items
then
Press to adjust the values
tt
or
ss
then
Press to store your adjustments
GO
Press to remove the menus from the
screen
EXIT
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T I M E R
F U N C T I O N
Using the Timer function for play or standby
Select the source you wish to make a Timer for,
e.g. TV, then…
Press to call up the main setup menu
MENU
for TV
The main SETUP menu for TV
appears…
then
Press until TIMER is lit up
then
Press to call up the menu for Timer
GO
play or standby
The TIMER menu appears…
Press to select the items on the
menu
or
SETUP
TV
TIMER
PICTURE
SOUND
STAND
Main setup menu
for TV
TV TIMER
PROGRAM
5 FILMNET
START
10:00
STOP
11:00
DAYS
MTWTFSS
TIMER LIST
...
then
tt
or
Press to reveal values for the
items, e.g. select program number
ss
and
0
through
Use the number keys to key in start
and stop times
9
Now, select days for your Timer…
Press until DAYS is lit up
then
Press the Yellow button to start
:
selecting days
then
Press to exclude the first day from
your Timer
or
or
tt
Press to include the first day in your
Timer and move to the next day
Continue to exclude or include the
days of the week…
then
GO
GO
Press GO twice to store your
selection of days and your Timer
Before you start…
In order for your Timers to be executed, you must
switch on the Timer function on the BeoCenter
AV5 close-up operation panel. Timer standby,
however, will be executed whether or not the
Timer function has been switched on or not. See
the following page for further instruction about
the Timer function.
GO STORE
Menu for making a Timer play for TV – enter the
information for your Timer and when you store it,
it appears in the TIMER LIST.
The Timer function enables you to
make Timers for your BeoCenter AV5.
You can make a Timer which:
• Automatically switches the
BeoCenter AV5 off in the morning
when you leave for work.
• Wakes you up in the morning to your
favourite TV, Satellite or Radio
programme or your favourite CD.
• Makes sure you do not forget to
watch a particular TV programme on
a particular day.
When you make your Timer, choose
the source you wish to make a Timer
for*. Choosing where, when, and how
often you want your Timer to take
place will be your next choices. Once
your Timer is stored, it is listed in the
TIMER LIST shown on the same menu.
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Via the TIMER LIST, you can edit or
clear your Timer. If you wish to clear a
Timer at a later date, return to the
menu for Timer play or standby and
clear the Timer in question, as
described in the button sequence to
the far right of this page.
*Note: If you wish to make a Timer which switches
the entire system off, no matter which source is
playing, switch BeoCenter AV5 to standby and
then press MENU to call up the main setup menu.
On the TIMER
M or MON…
T or TUE…
W or WED…
T or THU…
F or FRI…
S or SAT…
S or SUN…
menu, BeoCenter AV5 writes…
for Monday
for Tuesday
for Wednesday
for Thursday
for Friday
for Saturday
for Sunday
Or, select a single date for your Timer…
Move to DAYS, then…
Press the Green button to be able
·
to choose a single date
then
Press to choose the date for your
Timer
tt
or
ss
then
and…
JAN…
FEB…
MAR…
APR…
MAY…
JUN…
JUL…
AUG…
SEP…
OCT…
NOV…
DEC…
Press to store your selection
for January
for February
for March
for April
for May
for June
for July
for August
for September
for October
for November
for December
GO
Edit a Timer in the TIMER LIST…
Press to select the Timer you want
to edit
or
then
Press the Green button to start
editing
·
Edit your Timer in the same way as when
you first made it and press GO to store it…
Delete a Timer in the TIMER LIST…
Press to select the Timer you
want to clear from the list
or
then
Press the Yellow button twice
to clear your Timer from the list
Switching the Timer function on or off
Press the PLAY TIMER button on the
BeoCenter AV5 close-up operation
panel to switch the Timer function on
or off.
When the function is switched on, the
indication PT appears on the display.
Your BeoCenter AV5 will now be able
to execute your Timer play programming entries.
The BeoCenter AV5 display with the Timer
function switched on.
:
:
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V I D E O T A P E
R E C O R D I N G
Instant recording onto videotape
To make an instant recording…
TV
Press to record from a source
or
SAT
or
If you have a BeoCord V 8000 videotape recorder connected to your
BeoCenter AV5*, you can make an
instant recording of a programme you
are currently watching or listening to.
RADIO
or
CD
then
0
through
Press to choose a program number
(or track), if necessary
9
then
RECORD
Press to switch the videotape
recorder to record pause
then
RECORD
Press to start recording
To stop recording…
V TAPE
Press to pause recording
STOP
then
STOP
Press to stop recording entirely
To record a TV programme while watching
another TV programme…
Press to record a TV programme
TV
then
Use the number keys to select a TV
program number
then
Press to switch to recording pause
RECORD
then
Press to switch to the V.Tape tuner
V TAPE
then
Press to start recording
RECORD
Now switch to another source or TV
program number or standby
While the recording is in progress, your
recording is protected and you cannot
switch on to another program number.
You can, though, switch to one of the
other sources in your BeoCenter AV5 or
switch to Standby.
If you record directly from the
videotape recorder, you can, though,
record a TV programme and still be
able to watch a another TV programme. This is only possible for TV
programmes because they are tuned
into the tuner in your video tape
recorder as well.
For further information concerning the
V 8000 videotape recorder, please refer
to the videotape recorder’s own User’s
guide…
Instant recording of simulcast TV and Radio
transmissions onto videotape…
If you wish to make an instant recording of a
simulcast transmission onto video tape, press TV,
then LIST until AV* is displayed to activate the
audio/video function, and finally press RADIO. To
record the transmission, press RECORD, RECORD.
If you wish to stop your recording, press V TAPE
and then STOP twice.
*Note: In order to display AV on Beo4, you must
add the function to Beo4. Please refer to Beo4’s
own User’s guide for further instruction.
Instant recording from Camcorder…
If you wish to make an instant recording from
your Camcorder onto video tape…
• Connect your Camcorder,
• Switch on the BeoCenter AV5
• Now switch on your Camcorder
• Then press RECORD, RECORD to start recording
To stop your recording, press V TAPE and then
STOP twice.
See page 54 for information of how and where to
connect a Camcorder to BeoCenter AV5
Note: If you record an audio source, the videotape
recorder will automatically record at half the
usual speed (Long Play). So you can record
uninterruptedly for up to eight hours, if you use
an E240 tape. The sound recorded will be of very
high quality.
*Please Note: With a BeoCord V 8000 connected
to your BeoCenter AV5, you can also programme
a Timer video recording via Teletext, please refer
to page 35 for further information.
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Main setup menu for videotape recorder
In the BeoCenter AV5 menu system, a
main setup menu also exists for V.Tape.
SETUP
V. TAPE
TIMER
This main setup menu gives access to
the videotape recorder’s own menu
system as well as the menus which are
available for your BeoCenter AV5.
PICTURE
SOUND
STAND
CLOCK
AV SOCKET
The menus for sound and picture
adjustment, presetting of clock and
stand positions as well as the Timer
programming function and the menu
for registering auxiliary Audio/Video
equipment are available.
To call up the videotape recorder’s own
main menu…
Just select the item V TAPE on the main setup
menu for V.Tape and press GO to call up the
menu, then operate the videotape recorder’s
menus as instructed in the User’s guide for your
videotape recorder.
To access the other menus or functions on the
main setup menu for V.Tape, press ▲ or ▼ to
select the items and GO to call up the appropriate
menu.
Main setup menu for V.Tape
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B E O C E N T E R
A V 5
A N D
B E O L I N K
Using BeoCenter AV5 in a BeoLink system
TV
Press to switch to TV
CD
Press to play a CD
or
or
RADIO
Press to switch on to Radio
Then, operate your BeoCenter AV5
as usual…
Using main room audio or video sources…
Press to switch to Satellite
SAT
or
Press to switch on a videotape
V TAPE
recorder
Continue to operate the sources in
the usual manner…
Main room system
Link room system
If you want to transfer audio or video sources
from your main room system to your link room
system…
then
Press LIST until LINK* is displayed
LIST
then
Press to watch TV
TV
or
Press to listen to a CD
CD
•
Press to switch your BeoCenter AV5
to standby
•
Press and hold down for two
seconds to switch off your entire
system
or
If you have a BeoLink system installed
in your home, which enables you to
distribute sound and/or pictures
throughout your home, and choose to
place your BeoCenter AV5 in a link
room, you simply operate your
BeoCenter AV5 as usual.
You can watch and listen to the sources
available in your BeoCenter AV5 as
well as the sources available in your
main room system.
If you wish to watch or listen to a
source from the main room system,
which is also available in your link
room BeoCenter AV5, you must use the
Link function to transfer such sources.
This would apply if you want to watch
a decoded TV programme or want to
listen to a CD loaded on your main CD
player.
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Note: If Satellite and V.Tape are available in your
link room system, inbuilt or connected to
BeoCenter AV5 respectively, and you want to
watch Satellite or V.Tape from a main room
system, you must press LIST repeatedly to find
LINK* in the Beo4 display first, and then press SAT
or V TAPE to watch these sources on your link
room system.
*Note: In order to be able to display LINK on
Beo4, you must add the function to the Beo4 LIST
of functions, please refer to Beo4’s own User’s
guide and the chapter, Customising your Beo4, for
further instruction.
Timer play or standby and link room
system…
It is not possible to make a Timer play or
standby on your link room BeoCenter AV5.
However, if you have made a Timer play or
standby on your main room system, remember
to switch on the Timer function on your
BeoCenter AV5 close-up operation panel, to
be able to execute the Timer on your link
room BeoCenter AV5. A Timer standby will be
executed on your link room BeoCenter AV5
whether or not the Timer function is on or
not.
To do so, press the PLAY TIMER button on the
BeoCenter AV5 close-up operation panel, PT
appears in the display when the function is
switched on.
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B E O C E N T E R
•
PLAY TIMER
TV
SAT
RADIO
CD
A V 5 …
LOAD
BeoCenter AV5 close-up operation panel – The buttons are placed
behind the display bar – but you will find that they are easy to operate
when you stand in front of the system
Buttons on the close-up operation panel
LOAD
Press to unload and load a CD in the
CD compartment.
CD
The CD button enables you to start
playing a loaded CD, and step through
the tracks on your CD.
RADIO
The RADIO button enables you to
switch on to Radio, and step through
the Radio program numbers available.
SAT
The SAT button enables you to switch
on to Satellite, and step through the
Satellite program numbers available.
TV
The TV button enables you to switch
on to TV, and step through the TV
program numbers available.
PLAY TIMER
Switches the BeoCenter AV5 Timer
function on or off. It should be set to
on, if you want a Timer instruction you
have programmed into the system to
be executed.
•
Switches the BeoCenter AV5 to
standby.
… C L O S E - U P
O P E R A T I O N
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
PT
BeoCenter AV5 display bar – The display bar gives information about the
state of the system and conceals the BeoCenter AV5 close-up operation
panel.
Displayed information
CD track indicator – 1 2 3 4 5 6 etc.
Indicates all the tracks on the loaded
CD (only applies to audio CDs), up to 25
tracks can be displayed. The BeoCenter
AV5 display indicates the current
source and track.
Timer on/off – PT
PT indicates that the BeoCenter AV5
Timer function is switched on.
TV 12 (Status display)
The BeoCenter AV5 status display
keeps you informed about what the
system is doing or about an on-going
operation you are currently
preforming.
• (Standby indicator)
The red Standby indicator lights up
when you switch off the BeoCenter
AV5.
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> BeoCenter AV5 close-up operation
Direct access sockets
PHONES
R
L
VIDEO
S–VHS
1 INPUT 2
PHONES (Headphones)
You can connect stereo headphones to the socket
marked PHONES. Cut out the BeoCenter AV5
loudspeakers by pressing the Beo4 volume button
right on the middle. Once you remove the
headphones, press the volume button again to
demute the BeoCenter AV5 loudspeakers.
To watch your Camcorder recordings on the
BeoCenter AV5, connect the Camcorder and
switch the BeoCenter AV5 on by pressing, e.g. TV
on Beo4. Now switch on your Camcorder, the
signal is automatically registered in your
BeoCenter AV5 and the pictures appear on the
screen.
L, R, VIDEO, S-VHS for Camcorder
The sockets marked, L, R, VIDEO, and S-VHS are
for Camcorder connections:
If you switch to e.g. TV by accident while you are
watching your Camcorder recordings, the signal
from the Camcorder will be switched off. To bring
the signal back, just switch off the Camcorder and
then switch it back on again. The pictures from
your Camcorder recordings should now appear on
the screen again.
L, R sockets… For audio connection (Left and
Right respectively).
VIDEO socket… For the video signal.
S-VHS socket… For connection of a S-VHS
Camcorder or Hi-8 Camcorder only.
BeoCenter AV5 direct access socket panel –
Just below the close-up operation panel, you will
find a small socket panel conveniently placed for
connection of headphones, Camcorder, pointing
devices and keyboard.
INPUT 1 and 2
The sockets marked INPUT 1 and 2 are for
connection of various pointing devices.
When you connect a pointing device, you must
make sure that BeoCenter AV5 is switched to
standby before you connect or disconnect the
device.
If you wish to connect a CD-i keyboard to
BeoCenter AV5, you must connect it to the socket
marked INPUT 1.
Q U I C K
G U I D E
T O
O N - S C R E E N
SETUP
TV AUTO TUNING
TV SETUP
TV
AUTO TUNING
TIMER
PROGRAM LIST
PICTURE
UPDATE TUNING
SOUND
MANUAL TUNING
FREQUENCY
210
ACTIVATE
STAND
TV PROGRAM LIST
TV TIMER
CLOCK
AV SOCKET
55
M E N U S
PROGRAM
5 FILMNET
START
10:00
STOP
11:00
DAYS
MTWTFSS
1
2
3
4
5
6
DR
TV2
ZDF
EURO
........
ARD
TV UPDATE TUNING
PICTURE
FREQUENCY
45
BRILLIANCE ................ . . . . . . . .
COLOUR
................ . . . . . . . .
CONTRAST
................ . . . . . . . .
ACTIVATE
TV MANUAL TUNING
SOUND
VOLUME
................ . . . . . . . .
BALANCE
................ . . . . . . . .
BASS
................ . . . . . . . .
TREBLE
................ . . . . . . . .
FREQUENCY
210
PROGRAM
10
ID
EURO
LOUDNESS OFF
STAND
ON
STBY
This illustration displays the
principle of the BeoCenter AV5 onscreen menu system. The displayed
menus are available for the source
TV.
A similar range of menus are
available for all the BeoCenter AV5
sources. Depending on the way you
set up your BeoCenter AV5, more
menus may be available.
To get from one menu to another,
you select an item on the main
menu and press GO to call it up.
1 2
TV MANUAL TUNING
3
8
6 7
4 5
9
CLOCK
TIME
20:00
DATE
FRI 10
MONTH
SEPTEMBER
YEAR
1996
AV SOCKET
V. TAPE2
V. TAPE2 + DECODER2
S-VHS V. TAPE2
FINE
0
DECODER
OFF
SOUND
STEREO
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Date purchased
Contact person
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Telephone
Address
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