Samsung 211MP, 241MP User manual

Samsung 211MP, 241MP User manual
LCD TV/MONITOR
SyncMaster 211MP
SyncMaster 241MP
Owner’s Instructions
Before operating the unit,
please read this manual thoroughly,
and retain it for future reference.
ON-SCREEN MENUS
PC DISPLAY
PICTURE IN PICTURE (PIP)
PICTURE BY PICTURE (PBP)
TELETEXT
Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Plug and Play
The adoption of the new VESA® Plug and Play solution eliminates complicated and time
consuming setup. It allows you to install your set in a Plug and Play compatible system
without the usual hassles and confusion. Your computer system can easily identify and
configure itself for use with your set.
Your set automatically tells the computer system its Extended Display Identification Data
(EDID) using Display Data Channel (DDC) protocols so the computer system can
automatically configure itself to use your set. If your PC system needs a monitor driver,
install monitor driver contained on the accompanied CD according to the operating
system your computer uses. For more information, refer to the driver installation
instructions included with your CD package.
PowerSaver
This set is EPA ENERGY STAR® compliant and NUTEK compliant when used with a
computer equipped with VESA DPMS functionality. For energy conservation, turn your set
Off when you are not using it or when leaving it unattended for long periods.
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Safety Instructions
These illustrations represent precautions concerning your set.
10%
75%
40°
H
H
5°
Do NOT expose your set to
extreme temperature or
humidity conditions.
Do NOT expose your set to
direct sunlight.
Do NOT expose your set to
any liquids.
If your set is broken, do not try
to repair it yourself. Contact
qualified service personnel.
During storm conditions
(especially when there is
lightning) unplug your set from
the mains socket and aerial.
If the remote control is not
used for a long period of time,
remove the batteries and store
it in a cool, dry place.
THIS DEVICE IS NOT FOR USE IN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS
Caution
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE REAR COVER, NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
WARNING:
The lightning flash and arrow head
within the triangle is a warning
sign alerting you of “dangerous
voltage” inside the product.
The exclamation point within the
triangle is a warning sign alerting
you of important instructions
accompanying the product.
TO PREVENT DAMAGE WHICH MAY RESULT IN FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
☛ The main voltage is indicated on the rear of your set and the frequency is 50 or 60 Hz.
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Contents
◆ FOREWORD
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Safety Instructions ..........................................................................................
Caution ..........................................................................................................
◆ CONNECTING
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THE
THE
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CHANNELS
Storing Channels Automatically......................................................................
Storing Channels Manually.............................................................................
Giving Channels Names.................................................................................
Skipping Unwanted Channels ........................................................................
Fine Tuning Channel Reception......................................................................
Sorting the Stored Channels ...........................................................................
◆ USING
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PREPARING YOUR TV/Monitor
Viewing the Control Panel..............................................................................
Installing on the Wall .....................................................................................
Viewing the Connection Panel .......................................................................
- Connecting an Aerial or Cable Television Network.....................................
- Connecting Computer.................................................................................
- Connecting DTV Set-Top Box, VCR, or DVD ..............................................
- Connecting External A/V Devices ...............................................................
- Connecting External Speakers .....................................................................
- Connecting Speakers...................................................................................
Viewing Pictures From External Sources .........................................................
Viewing the Remote Control (All Functions Except Teletext)...........................
Viewing the Remote Control (Teletext Functions) ...........................................
Inserting the Batteries in the Remote Control..................................................
Switching On and Off ....................................................................................
Becoming Familiar with the Remote Control..................................................
Choosing Your Language ................................................................................
◆ SETTING
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VARIOUS FUNCTIONS
Changing the Picture Standard .......................................................................
Adjusting the Picture Settings .........................................................................
Selecting the Picture Format...........................................................................
Freezing the Current Picture...........................................................................
Changing the Sound Standard ........................................................................
Adjusting the Sound Settings ..........................................................................
Enjoying the Dolby Sound..............................................................................
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◆ USING
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◆ USING
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VARIOUS FUNCTIONS
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PC FUNCTIONS
Adjusting the Brightness and Contrast ............................................................
Selecting the Image Size.................................................................................
Adjusting the Image Quality...........................................................................
Changing the Image Position..........................................................................
Adjusting the Color ........................................................................................
Initializing the Image Settings.........................................................................
Display Modes ...............................................................................................
PowerSaver ....................................................................................................
◆ USING
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Switching the Internal Speakers On/Off..........................................................
Choosing the MTS (Multichannel Television Stereo) .......................................
Viewing the Picture In Picture (PIP) ................................................................
Viewing the Picture By Picture (PBP; Double Screen).....................................
Switching Off Automatically...........................................................................
Displaying Information...................................................................................
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TELETEXT FEATURE
Teletext Feature ..............................................................................................
Displaying the Teletext Information ................................................................
Selecting a Page by Number ..........................................................................
Using FLOF to Select a Page ..........................................................................
Storing Teletext Pages .....................................................................................
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◆ RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
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Troubleshooting: Before Contacting Service Personnel ...................................
Technical and Environmental Specifications...................................................
Wiring the Mains Power Supply Plug (UK Only) ............................................
Symbols
Press
☛
Important
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➢
Note
English-5
Viewing the Control Panel
Power Indicator
Remote Control Sensor
ΠSource
Displays a menu of all of the available input
sources (TV/Video/S-Video/DVD/DTV/PC).
œ CH ❷+
Ø -œ
Moves the selector up or down on the OSD.
Increases or decreases the channel number.
´ PIP
Activates PIP (Picture-In-Picture)
❿ VOL ➛+
∏ -❿
Moves the selector left or right on the OSD.
Increases or decreases the level of audio volume
and the values of the selected function.
ˇ PBP
Activates PBP (Picture-By-Picture).
¨ Menu
Opens the OSD and selects the function.
ˆ Exit
Exit from the on-screen menu.
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” Auto
Allows you experience the quality of displayed
picture. The values of fine, coarse and position are
adjusted automatically. (It works PC mode only.)
’
(Power)
Turns ON/OFF your set.
Installing on the Wall
1
Removing the Stand
Using a hexagonal wrench, remove the stand.
2
Removing Rubbers
Remove the four rubbers from the edges.
3
Mounting on the Wall
Mount the stand on the wall using screws or nails.
4
Fixing the Set
Using a hexagonal wrench, fix your set into the stand.
☛
Installation Notes
◆ Do not install your set on any place other than vertical
walls.
◆ To protect the performance of your set and prevent
troubles, avoid the followings:
- Do not install next to smoke and fire detectors.
- Do not install in an area subjected to vibration or high
voltage.
- Do not install in the wall.
- Do not install near or around any heating apparatus.
◆ Use only recommended parts and components.
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Viewing the Connection Panel
SPK (R)
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
AUDIO (L) AUDIO (R)
AV JACK
5
6
4
DC POWER
PC
AUDIO (ST)
VIDEO
RF
SCART
SPK (L)
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7
1
3
2
Power Input
you connect an audio or video system to your set,
☛ Whenever
ensure that all elements are switched off. Refer to the
documentation supplied with your equipment for detailed
connection instructions and associated safety precautions.
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Viewing the Connection Panel (continued)
ΠConnecting an Aerial or Cable Television Network (depending on the model)
To view television channels correctly, a signal must be received by the set from one of the following sources:
- An outdoor aerial
- A cable television network
- A satellite network
´ Connecting Computer
- Connect the 15 Pin D-SUB connector to the PC video connector.
- Connect the stereo audio cable to ”Audio (ST)” on the rear of your set and the other end to “Audio Out” of
the sound card on your computer.
- If necessary, please install monitor driver contained on the accompanied CD. For more information, refer to
the driver installation instructions included with your CD package.
➣
Pin
15 Pin D-SUB connector
Separate H/V
Composite H/V
Sync-on-green
1
Red (R)
Red (R)
Red (R)
2
Green (G)
Green (G)
Green (G) + Horizontal/Vertical sync.
3
Blue (B)
Blue (B)
Blue (B)
4
Grounding
Grounding
Grounding
5
Grounding (DDC)
Grounding (DDC)
Grounding (DDC)
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Red (R) Grounding
Red (R) Grounding
Red (R) Grounding
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Green (G) Grounding
Green (G) Grounding
Green (G) Grounding
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Blue (B) Grounding
Blue (B) Grounding
Blue (B) Grounding
9
No connection
No connection
Not used
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Sync Grounding
Sync Grounding
Sync Grounding
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Grounding
Grounding
Grounding
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Data (DDC)
Data (DDC)
Data (DDC)
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Horizontal sync.
Horizontal/Vertical sync.
Not used
14
Vertical sync.
Not used
Not used
15
Clock (DDC)
Clock (DDC)
Clock (DDC)
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Viewing the Connection Panel
ˇ Connecting DTV Set-Top Box, VCR, or DVD
- Connect the DTV, VCR, or DVD SCART cable to the SCART connector of the DTV, VCR, or DVD.
- If you wish to connect both the DTV Set-Top Box and VCR (or DVD), you should connect the DTV Set-Top
Box to the VCR (or DVD) and connect the VCR (or DVD) to your set.
¨ Connecting External A/V Devices
- Connect RCA or S-VIDEO cable to an appropriate external A/V device such as VCR, DVD, or Camcorder.
- Connect RCA audio cables to “AUDIO (L)” and “AUDIO (R)” on the rear of your set and the other ends to
corresponding audio out connectors on the A/V device.
- Headphone may be connected to the headphone output (∏) on the rear of your set. While the headphone is
connected, the sound from the built-in speakers will be disabled.
ˆ Connecting External Speakers
Connect RCA audio cables to amplifier built-in speakers (to take full advantage of the Surround sound effect).
Ø Connecting Speakers (depending on the model)
or
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Viewing Pictures From External Sources
Once you have connected up your various audio and video systems,
you can view the different sources by selecting the appropriate input.
1
2
Check that all the necessary connections have been made (refer to
pages 8 and 9 for further details).
Switch your set on and if necessary, press the SOURCE button
repeatedly. The input sources are displayed in the following order:
Ant (TV) - Scart - Video - S-Video - PC.
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
STILL
P.STD
S.STD
MUTE
EXIT
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
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LOCATE
Viewing the Remote Control (All Functions Except Teletext)
Self-adjust to the incoming
video signal
Power
Television On/Off
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
STILL
Available sources selection
Display the setting information
Picture freeze
P.STD
S.STD
Picture effect selection
Sound effect selection
Next channel
Menu display and
change confirmation
P
MENU
Volume decrease
Volume increase
P
Previous channel
MUTE
EXIT
Temporary sound switch-off
Numeric buttons for
direct channel access
Exit from the OSD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PRE-CH
-/--
One/Two-digit channel selection
0
Previous channel
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
Virtual Dolby menu display
Sound mode selection
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
Automatic switch-off
Picture size selection
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
PIP size selection
Picture-In-Picture On/Off
LOCATE
PIP location selection
Picture-By-Picture
(Double screen)
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The performance of the remote control may be affected by bright light.
Viewing the Remote Control (Teletext Functions)
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
STILL
S.STD
Teletext next page
Programme selection by name
P
MENU
P
Teletext previous page
MUTE
EXIT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PRE-CH
-/-0
Teletext display/
mix both teletext information
and the norma l broadcast
Teletext hold
Teletext reveal
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
Teletext store
Teletext sub-page
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
Teletext mode selection
(List or Flof)
Teletext cancel
ON
LOCATE
Teletext size selection
Fastext topic selection
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Inserting the Batteries in the Remote Control
You must insert or replace the batteries in the remote control when
you:
◆ Purchase your set
◆ Find that the remote control is no longer operating
correctly
1
Remove the cover on the rear of the remote control by pressing the
symbol downwards and then pulling firmly to remove it.
2
Insert two R03, UM4, “AAA” 1.5V or equivalent batteries taking care to
respect the polarities:
◆ + on the battery against + on the remote control
◆ - on the battery against - on the remote control
3
Replace the cover by aligning it with the base of the remote control
and pressing it back into place.
➣
Do not mix battery types, i.e. alkaline and monganese.
Switching On and Off
The mains lead is attached to the rear of your set.
☛
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
If you have purchased this set in the United Kingdom, refer to
page 39 for further instructions on plug wiring.
STILL
S.STD
Plug the mains lead into an appropriate socket.
The screen is turned on and a green Standby indicator appears
Result:
on the front of your set.
Your set can be placed in Standby mode, in order to reduce the power
consumption.
The Standby mode can be useful when you wish to interrupt viewing
temporarily (during a meal, for example).
MUTE
EXIT
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
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LOCATE
1
Press the Power ( ) button on the remote control or the front of your
set.
The screen is turned off and a green Standby indicator
Result:
disappears on the front of your set.
2
To switch your set back on, simply press the Power ( ) button again.
➣
Do not leave your set in Standby mode for long periods of time
(when you are away on holiday, for example). Turn your set off by
unpluging from the mains and aerial.
Becoming Familiar with the Remote Control
The remote control is used mainly to:
◆ Change channels and adjust the volume
◆ Set up your set using the on-screen menu system
Power
Power
Power AUTO
SOURCE
DISPLAY
AUTO
DISPLAY
Button
S.STD
▲
P
Viewing Function
Menu Function
Used to display the next
stored channel.
Used to select the previous
menu option.
P
▼
MUTE
EXIT
EXIT
SOURCE
Used to display the
previous stored channel.
Used to select the next menu
option.
AUTO
PRE-CH
P.STD
MENU
DISPLAY
STILL
P
MUTE
EXIT
Used to switch repeatedly between the last two channels
displayed. (PRE-CH; Previous Channel)
1
2
3
Used to display the corresponding channels.
4
5
6
7
8
S.STD
PRE-CH
-/--
to
0
9
PRE-CH
V.DOLBY
-/-TTX/MIX
-/--
TTX/MIX DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
HOLD
AUTO
S.STD
P
Power
MUTE
V.DOLBY
CANCEL
HOLD SUBPAGE
DUAL I/II SIZE
LIST/FLOF PIP
CANCEL
SLEEP
DISPLAY
SLEEP
P.SIZE
STILL
ON
SUBPAGE
PBP
Used to select a channel numbered ten or over.
Press this button, and the “--” symbol is displayed.
Enter the two-digit channel number.
SIZE LOCATE
PIP
PBP
LOCATE
S.STD
Used to decrease the
volume.
MUTE
EXIT
Used to increase the
volume.
UTE
EXIT
MUTE
➣
TTX/MIX
MENU
EXIT
0
Used to...
◆ Display a submenu containing
selections for the current
menu option.
◆ Search forwards manually
for channels
◆ Reduce a menu option value.
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
Used to...
◆ Display a submenu containing
selections for the current
menu option.
◆ Search backwards manually
for channels
◆ Increase a menu option value.
To turnPRE-CH
the sound back on, press this button again, or
press the
- or
+ button.
V.DOLBY
Used to display
the
on-screen menu system.
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
Used to return to the previous
menu or normal viewing.
CANCEL
Used to exit from the menu system and return to normal
viewing directly.
-/--
PRE-CH
SLEEP SUBPAGE
X/MIX
V.DOLBY
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
PIP
ON
OLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
EEP
SUBPAGE
SIZE
LOCATE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
LOCATE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
Used to switch the sound off temporarily.
-/--
HOLD
9
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
ON
P.SIZE
PBP
STILL
DISPLAY S.STD
STILL
AUTO
P.STD
STD
SIZE
SOURCE
STILL
P.STD
P.STD
SOURCE
ower
URCE
The following table presents the most frequently used buttons and
their functions.
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LOCATE
Choosing Your Language
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
STILL
When you start using your set for the first time, you must select the
language which will be used for displaying menus and indications.
S.STD
P
1
MENU
Press the MENU button.
Result:
The main menu is displayed.
P
2
MUTE
EXIT
Function
Sleep Timer
PIP
PBP
-/-Language
¨
¨
Ã
Ã
Off
PRE-CH
English
TTX/MIX
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Function.
Result:
¨
¨
The options available in the Function group are
displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Language.
5
Select a particular language by pressing the
repeatedly.
6
When you are satisfied with your choice, press the EXIT button to
return to normal viewing.
- or
+ button.
- or
+ button
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
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LOCATE
Storing Channels Automatically
You can scan for the frequency ranges available to you (and
availability depends on your country). Automatically allocated
programme numbers may not correspond to actual or desired
programme numbers. However you can sort numbers manually and
clear any channels you do not wish to watch.
1
Press the
Result:
4
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Channel.
Result:
3
Press the
Result:
The options available in the Channel group are displayed.
- or
- or
¨
+ button again.
The options available in the Auto store group are
displayed with the Country is selected.
6
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Search, and then press the
- or
+ button.
➣
Ã
¨
Channel
Country
Search
UK
+ button.
Select your country by pressing the
- or
+ button repeatedly.
The following countries are available:
Belgie - Deutschland - Espania - France - Italia - Nederland
- Schweiz - Sverige - UK - East Europe.
Result:
Ã
¨
Channel
Country
Search
The Auto store is selected.
5
7
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
Channel
Auto store
Manual store
Name
Add/Erase
Fine tune
Channel sort
The search will end automatically. Channels are sorted
and stored in an order which reflects their position in the
frequency range, (with lowest first and highest last). The
programme originally selected is then displayed.
Search
Program
Frequency
Band
UK
1
205MHz
VHF-H
To stop the search before it has finished, press the EXIT button.
When the channels have been stored, you can:
◆ Change channels
◆ Assign a name to the stored channels (refer to page 19)
◆ Clear a channel (refer to page 20)
◆ Fine tune channel reception if necessary (refer to page 20)
◆ Sort them in the order required (refer to page 21)
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¨
Storing Channels Manually
You can store up to 100 channels, including those received via cable
networks. When storing channels manually, you can choose:
Channel
Auto store
Manual store
Name
Add/Erase
Fine tune
Channel sort
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
◆ Whether or not to store each of the channels found
◆ The programme number of each stored channel which you
wish to identify
1
Channel
Ã
Ã
¨
¨
¨
Color system
AUTO
Sound system
BG
Search
0MHz
Channel
C 1
Program
P 1
Store
?
Channel
Ã
Ã
¨
Result:
2
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Manual store. Press the
- or
+ button.
Result:
Ã
Ã
¨
¨
¨
6
Ã
Ã
¨
¨
¨
Color system
AUTO
Sound system
BG
Search
0MHz
Channel
C 1
Program
P 1
Store
?
Channel
Ã
Ã
¨
¨
¨
Channel
Ã
Ã
¨
English-18
The color standards are displayed in the following order:
AUTO - PAL - SECAM - NT4.43.
The sound standards are displayed in the following order:
BG - DK - I - L.
If you do not know the channel numbers, press the P▼ or P▲ button
to select the Search. Start the search by pressing the
- or
+
button.
The tuner scans the frequency range until the first
channel or the channel that you selected is received on
your screen.
8
To assign a programme number to a channel, select the Program by
pressing the P▼ or P▲ button. Press the
- or
+ button to
find the correct number.
9
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Store. Select the OK by
pressing the
- or
+ button.
Result:
¨
¨
Color system
AUTO
Sound system
BG
Search
0MHz
Channel
C 1
Program
P 1
Store
OK
The options available in the Manual store group are
displayed with the Color system is selected.
If you know the channel number to be stored, press the P▼ or P▲
button to select the Channel. Indicate the required number by
pressing the
- or
+ button.
Result:
Color system
AUTO
Sound system
BG
Search
0MHz
Channel
C 1
Program
P 1
Store
?
+ button.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Sound system. Indicate the
sound standard required by pressing the
- or
+ button
repeatedly.
Result:
7
Channel
- or
If necessary, indicate the broadcasting standard required by pressing
the
- or
+ button repeatedly.
Result:
Channel
The options available in the Channel group are displayed.
3
5
Color system
AUTO
Sound system
BG
Search
0MHz
Channel
C 1
Program
P 1
Store
?
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Channel.
Result:
¨
¨
Color system
AUTO
Sound system
BG
Search
0MHz
Channel
C 1
Program
P 1
Store
?
Press the MENU button.
10
The channel and associated programme number are
stored.
Repeat Steps 7 to 9 for each channel to be stored.
Giving Channels Names
If channel name information is broadcast when you store the channels
either manually or automatically, the names are assigned to the
channels directly. You can however change these names or assign new
names as required.
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
Channel
The options available in the Channel group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Name. Press the
+ button.
Result:
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Channel.
Result:
5
Channel
Auto store
Manual store
Name
Add/Erase
Fine tune
Channel sort
- or
+ button.
P
P
P
P
1
2
3
4
P
P
P
P
1
2
3
4
- or
The current channels are displayed.
If necessary, select the channel to be assigned to a new name by
pressing the P▼ or P▲ button.
6
Press the
7
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select a letter (A~Z), a number(0~9)
or a symbol (-, space). Move on the previous or next letter by
pressing the
- or
+ button.
8
Repeat Steps 5 to 7 for each channel to be assigned to a new
name.
- or
+ button.
Channel
A
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Skipping Unwanted Channels
You can exclude the channels you chosen from the channels you
scanned. When you scan through the stored channels, those you have
chosen to skip are not displayed.
Channel
Auto store
Manual store
Name
Add/Erase
Fine tune
Channel sort
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
All channels that you do not specifically choose to skip are displayed
during scanning.
1
Result:
Channel
P
P
P
P
1
2
3
4
Added
Added
Added
Added
2
1
2
3
4
The options available in the Channel group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Add/Erase. Press the
or
+ button.
Result:
Erased
Added
Added
Added
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Channel.
Result:
Channel
P
P
P
P
Press the MENU button.
- or
+ button.
-
The stored channels are displayed.
5
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the channel to add or erase.
If necessary, select the Added or Erased by pressing the
- or
+ button.
6
Repeat Step 5 for each channel to be added or erased.
Fine Tuning Channel Reception
If the reception is clear, you do not have to fine-tune the channel,
as this is done automatically during the search and store operation.
If however the signal is weak or distorted, you may have to fine-tune
the channel manually.
Channel
Auto store
Manual store
Name
Add/Erase
Fine tune
Channel sort
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Channel.
Fine tune
Result:
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The options available in the Channel group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Fine tune.
5
Obtain a sharp and clear picture and good sound quality by pressing
the
- or
+ button.
- or
+ button.
Sorting the Stored Channels
You can exchange the numbers of two channels, in order to:
◆ Modify the numeric order in which the channels have been
automatically stored.
◆ Give easily remembered numbers to the channels that you
watch most often.
1
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Channel.
Result:
The options available in the Channel group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Channel sorting.
Press the
- or
+ button.
Result:
- or
The options available in the Channel sorting group are
displayed with the From is selected.
Select the channel number that you wish to change by pressing the
- or
+ button repeatedly.
6
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the To. Select the new number
by which you wish to identify the channel by pressing the
- or
+ button repeatedly.
7
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Store. Select the OK to
confirm the exchange of channel numbers by pressing the
- or
+ button.
Result:
Channel
From
To
Store
P 1
P-?
From
To
Store
P 1
P 3
?
From
To
Store
P 3
P 1
OK
+ button.
5
6
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
Channel
Auto store
Manual store
Name
Add/Erase
Fine tune
Channel sort
The selected channel is exchanged with the one
previously stored to the chosen number.
Channel
Channel
For all the channels to move to the required channel numbers,
repeat steps 5 to 7 after select the From by pressing the P▼ or P▲
button.
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Changing the Picture Standard
Picture
Ã
Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color
Tint
Size
Custom
¨
You can select the type of picture which best corresponds to your
viewing requirements.
1
Ã
Result:
¨
Wide
2
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
3
STILL
Press the
Result:
S.STD
4
P
➣
EXIT
The options available in the Picture group are displayed.
- or
+ button.
The Mode is selected.
Select the required picture effect by pressing the
- or
+
button repeatedly. The following picture effects are available:
Custom - Standard - Natural - Mild.
➣
MUTE
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Picture.
Result:
Power
SOURCE
Press the MENU button.
You can also set these options simply by pressing the P.STD
(Picture Standard) button.
On the Picture menu, if you change the Brightness, Contrast,
Sharpness, Color or Tint (NTSC only) settings, the Custom is
selected automatically.
PRE-CH
-/--
Adjusting the Picture Settings
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
Ã
Picture
LOCATE
Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color
Tint
Size
Ã
Custom
¨
Your set has several settings which allow you to control picture
quality.
1
Result:
¨
Wide
Press the MENU button.
2
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Picture.
Result:
Brightness
70
The options available in the Picture group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Select the option (Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness, Color or
Tint-NTSC only) to be adjusted by pressing the P▼ or P▲ button.
Press the
- or
+ button.
Result:
5
Press the
➣
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The main menu is displayed.
- or
+ button.
The horizontal bar is displayed.
- or
+ button to reach the required setting.
If you make any changes to these settings, the picture standard is
automatically switched to Custom.
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
STILL
S.STD
Selecting the Picture Format
MUTE
You can select the picture format which best corresponds to your
viewing requirements.
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Picture.
Result:
The options available in the Picture group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Size.
5
Select the required picture format by pressing the
- or
+
button repeatedly. The following picture formats are available:
Wide - Normal 1 - Normal 2 - Zoom 1 - Zoom 2.
- or
+ button.
EXIT
Ã
Picture
Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color
-/--Tint
Size
Custom
Ã
TTX/MIX
PRE-CH
Wide
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
➣
LOCATE
You can also select these options simply by pressing the
P.SIZE (Picture Size) button.
Freezing the Current Picture
Press the STILL button on the remote control to freeze the picture on
a given frame.
To return to normal viewing, press the STILL button again.
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
STILL
P.STD
S.STD
MUTE
EXIT
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
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HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
LOCATE
¨
¨
Changing the Sound Standard
Mode
Bass
Treble
Dolby
Speaker
MTS
Sound
Ã
Custom
:
:
Ã
Off
Off
Mono
¨
You can select the type of special sound effect to be used when
watching a given broadcast.
1
¨
Result:
2
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
3
STILL
Press the
Result:
S.STD
4
P
- or
+ button.
The Mode is selected.
You can also set these options simply by pressing the S.STD
(Sound Standard) button.
EXIT
Adjusting the Sound Settings
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
HOLD
The options available in the Sound group are displayed.
Select the required sound effect by pressing the
- or
+
button repeatedly. The following sound effects are available:
Custom - Standard - Music - Movie - Speech.
➣
MUTE
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Sound.
Result:
Power
SOURCE
Press the MENU button.
V.DOLBY
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
Mode SUBPAGE
Ã
CANCEL
Sound
SIZE
PIP
Custom
Bass
ON
P.SIZETreble
PBP
LOCATE
Dolby
Speaker
MTS
Ã
:
:
Off
Off
Mono
¨
The sound settings can be adjusted to suit your personal preferences.
1
¨
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Sound.
Result:
Bass
The main menu is displayed.
The options available in the Sound group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Select the option (Bass or Treble) to be adjusted by pressing the
P▼ or P▲ button. Press the
- or
+ button.
- or
+ button.
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Result:
5
Press the
➣
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The horizontal bar is displayed.
- or
+ button to reach the required setting.
If you make any changes to these settings, the sound standard is
automatically switched to Custom.
Enjoying the Dolby Sound
This feature provides a home theater-like Dolby effect by mixing the
left and right speakers.
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
The main menu is displayed.
Mode
Bass
Treble
Dolby
Speaker
MTS
Ã
Ã
Sound
Custom
:
:
On
Off
Mono
¨
¨
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Sound.
Result:
The options available in the Sound group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Dolby.
5
For enjoying the Dolby sound effect, select the On by pressing the
- or
+ button.
➣
- or
+ button.
You can also select simply by pressing the V.DOLBY (Virtual
Dolby) button.
Switching the Internal Speakers On/Off
When the internal speakers are switched off, all the sound is routed to
the external speakers.
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
The main menu is displayed.
Mode
Bass
Treble
Dolby
Speaker
MTS
Ã
Ã
Sound
Custom
:
:
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Sound.
Result:
The options available in the Sound group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Speaker.
5
Select the On to be routed the sound to the internal speakers by
pressing the
- or
+ button.
- or
+ button.
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On
On
Mono
¨
¨
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
STILL
S.STD
Choosing the MTS (Multichannel Television Stereo)
MUTE
Mode
Bass
Treble
Dolby
Speaker
MTS
Ã
Ã
Sound
EXIT
Custom
:
:
On
On
Mono
¨
¨
Depending on the particular program being broadcast, you can listen
to Stereo, Mono, or Dual I/II (Dual I/II is usually a foreign-language
translation).
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
The main menu is displayed.
PRE-CH
-/--
2
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Sound.
Result:
The options available in the Sound group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the MTS.
5
Select the required sound mode by pressing the
- or
+
button repeatedly. The sound modes are displayed in the following
order: Mono - Stereo - Dual I - Dual II..
- or
+ button.
PIP
ON
LOCATE
You can also set these options simply by pressing the DUAL I/II
button. The “DUAL I/II” button displays/controls the processing and
output of the audio signal.
➣
◆ If the receiving conditions deteriorate, listening will be easier
if the mode is set to the Mono.
◆ If the stereo signal is weak and an automatic switching occurs,
then switch to the Mono.
◆ When receiving a mono sound in the AV mode, connect to the
“AUDIO (L)” connector on the rear panel.
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Viewing the Picture In Picture (PIP)
You can display a sub picture within the main picture of TV program or
external A/V devices such as VCR or DVD. In this way you can watch
TV program or monitor the video input from any connected devices
while watching TV or other video input.
1
Ã
¨
¨
Ã
Off
English
¨
¨
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
Function
Sleep Timer
PIP
PBP
Language
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Function.
Result:
The options available in the Function group are
displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the PIP. Press the
button.
Result:
Function
PIP
TV/Video
Size
Position
- or
+ button.
- or
:
Ã
Ã
¨
On
TV
Small
¨
¨
+
The options available in the PIP group are displayed.
Function
5
6
Select the On by pressing the
➣
- or
+ button.
You can also activate the PIP simply by pressing the PIP ON
button. To deactivate the PIP, press it again.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the TV/Video. Select a source
of the sub picture by pressing the
- or
+ button.
Result:
The sources are displayed in the following order:
TV - Scart - Video - S-Video.
PIP
TV/Video
Size
Position
:
Ã
Ã
¨
On
TV
Small
¨
¨
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
STILL
S.STD
Function
7
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Size. Select a size of the
sub picture by pressing the
- or
+ button.
Result:
➣
The sizes are displayed in the following order:
Small - Medium - Large.
PIP
TV/Video
Size
Position
:
Ã
Ã
¨
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Position. Move the sub
picture counterclockwise by pressing the
- or
+ button.
➣
¨
¨
You can also select these options simply by pressing the SIZE
button.
MUTE
8
On
TV
Small
You can also move the sub picture simply by pressing the
LOCATE button.
EXIT
Function
PIP
TV/Video
Size
Position
:
Ã
Ã
¨
On
TV
Small
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
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LOCATE
¨
¨
Viewing the Picture By Picture (PBP; Double Screen)
Function
Sleep Timer
PIP
PBP
Language
Ã
¨
¨
Ã
Off
English
¨
When external A/V devices (PC, VCR, or DVD) are connected to your
set or watching TV, you can display two video sources simultaneously
in the screen.
¨
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
Function
PBP
TV/Video
Swap
:
Ã
¨
On
TV
SOURCE
AUTO
P.STD
DISPLAY
¨
:
Ã
¨
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the PBP. Press the
button.
Result:
S.STD
On
TV
5
¨
6
➣
Function
:
Ã
¨
On
TV
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
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LOCATE
- or
+
The options available in the PBP group are displayed.
- or
+ button.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the TV/Video. Select a source
of the sub picture by pressing the
- or
+ button.
The sources are displayed in the following order:
TV - Scart - Video - S-Video.
7
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Swap.
8
Press the
Result:
PRE-CH
-/--
¨
+ button.
You can also activate the PBP simply by pressing the PBP
button. To deactivate the PBP, press it again.
EXIT
PBP
TV/Video
Swap
- or
Select the On by pressing the
Result:
MUTE
The options available in the Function group are
displayed.
3
STILL
Function
PBP
TV/Video
Swap
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Function.
Result:
Power
The main menu is displayed.
➣
- or
+ button.
The main picture and the sub picture are interchanged.
You can also do simply by pressing the PBP button.
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
STILL
S.STD
Switching Off Automatically
You can select a time period of between 10 and 240 minutes after
your set automatically switches off.
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
3
Press the
Result:
4
Sleep Timer
PIP
PBP
Language
¨
¨
Ã
Ã
EXIT
Off
English
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Function.
Result:
Function
MUTE
The options available in the Function group are
displayed.
- or
+ button.
The Sleep Timer is selected.
Select the number of minutes after which your set switches off by
pressing the
- or
+ button repeatedly.
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
LOCATE
◆ The preset time intervals: 10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180, 210,
and 240 minutes.
➣
You can also select simply by pressing the “SLEEP” button.
If the sleep timer is already set, the screen displays the remaining
time and then your set will be switched off. If the sleep timer is not
yet set, displays Off.
Displaying Information
You can view the setting status of selected source by pressing the
“DISPLAY” button on the remote control. The displayed information
are different depending on the selected source.
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
STILL
P.STD
S.STD
MUTE
EXIT
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
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V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
CANCEL
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
PIP
ON
LOCATE
¨
¨
Adjusting the Brightness and Contrast
➣
Preset to the PC mode by pressing the SOURCE button.
PC
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
1
Image
Image Lock
Position
Color Adjust
Recall
1024x768
48kHz
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
59Hz
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the PC.
Result:
3
Image
Brightness
Contrast
Expanded 1
Size
Ã
4
¨
SOURCE
6
75
Power
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
+ button.
The Image is selected.
- or
+ button again.
The options available in the Image group are displayed.
Select the option (Brightness or Contrast) to be adjusted for the
color of your computer image by pressing the P▼ or P▲ button.
Press the
- or
+ button.
Result:
Brightness
- or
Press the
Result:
5
The options available in the PC group are displayed.
Press the
Result:
PC
The main menu is displayed.
The horizontal bar is displayed.
Press the
- or
+ button to reach the required setting.
STILL
S.STD
Selecting the Image Size
➣
MUTE
Preset to the PC mode by pressing the SOURCE button.
EXIT
PC
Image
Brightness
Contrast
Expanded 1
Size
Ã
¨
1
Result:
2
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
SIZE
3
PIP
Press the
Result:
CANCEL
4
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the PC.
Result:
PRE-CH
-/--
Press the MENU button.
Press the
The options available in the PC group are displayed.
- or
+ button.
The Image is selected.
- or
+ button again.
ON
P.SIZE
PBP
Result:
LOCATE
5
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Size. Select a size of the
your computer image by pressing the
- or
+ button.
Result:
➣
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The options available in the Image group are displayed.
The sizes are displayed in the following order:
Expanded 1 - Expanded 2 - Normal.
You can also select these options simply by pressing the
P.SIZE (Picture Size) button.
Adjusting the Image Quality
➣
Preset to the PC mode by pressing the SOURCE button.
This feature is used to fine tune and get the best image by removing
noises that create unstable images with jitters and shimmers.
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
The main menu is displayed.
The options available in the PC group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Image Lock. Press the
or
+ button.
Result:
- or
PC
+ button.
-
Press the
➣
Image Lock
Coarse
Fine
The options available in the Image Lock group are
displayed.
Select the option (Coarse or Fine) to be adjusted for the quality of
your computer image by pressing the P▼ or P▲ button. Press the
- or
+ button.
Result:
6
59Hz
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the PC.
Result:
5
PC
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Image
Image Lock
Position
Color Adjust
Recall
1024x768
48kHz
Coarse
1344
The horizontal bar is displayed.
- or
+ button to reach the required setting.
This feature may change the width of the image. If necessary, adjust
the position to center.
Changing the Image Position
➣
Preset to the PC mode by pressing the SOURCE button.
PC
1
Press the MENU button.
Result:
2
The main menu is displayed.
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the PC.
Result:
3
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Image
Image Lock
Position
Color Adjust
Recall
1024x768
48kHz
Press the
The options available in the PC group are displayed.
- or
+ button.
PC
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Position. Press the
+ button.
5
Select the position (H-Position or V-Position) to be adjusted by
pressing the P▼ or P▲ button. Press the
- or
+ button.
Result:
6
Press the
59Hz
- or
Position
H-Position
V-Position
The horizontal bar is displayed.
- or
+ button to reach the required setting.
H-Position
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Adjusting the Color
➣
Preset to the PC mode by pressing the SOURCE button.
PC
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Image
Image Lock
Position
Color Adjust
Recall
1024x768
48kHz
Color Mode
Red
Green
Blue
Color Mode
Red
Green
Blue
1
Result:
2
59Hz
PC
Ã
Press the MENU button.
Custom
¨
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the PC.
Result:
Ã
Custom
¨
The options available in the PC group are displayed.
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Color Adjust. Press the
- or
+ button.
Result:
PC
The main menu is displayed.
- or
+ button.
The options available in the Color Adjust group are
displayed with the Color Mode is selected.
5
Select the required color mode by pressing the
- or
+ button
repeatedly. The following color modes are available: Custom Color 1 - Color 2 - Color 3.
6
If you wish adjust the color which best corresponds to your viewing
requirements, select the option (Red, Green, or Blue) to be adjusted
by pressing the P▼ or P▲ button.
Press the
- or
+ button.
Result:
7
Press the
➣
Red
The horizontal bar is displayed.
- or
+ button to reach the required setting.
If you change the Red, Green, or Blue settings, the Color mode is
selected to Custom automatically.
100
Initializing the Image Settings
➣
You can replace all image settings with the factory default values.
PC
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Image
Image Lock
Position
Color Adjust
Recall
1024x768
48kHz
PC
Recall
Image Recall
Color Recall
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¨
¨
Preset to the PC mode by pressing the SOURCE button.
59Hz
1
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Result:
2
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the PC.
The options available in the PC group are displayed.
Result:
3
Press the
4
Press the P▼ or P▲ button to select the Recall. Press the
- or
+ button.
The options available in the Recall group are displayed.
Result:
5
Select the option (Image Recall or Color Recall) to be replaced
by pressing the P▼ or P▲ button. Press the
- or
+ button.
The screen becomes black and return to original view
Result:
about a few seconds later.
- or
+ button.
Display Modes
If the signal from the system equals to the standard signal mode, the screen is adjusted automatically.
If the signal from the system doesn’t equal to the standard signal mode, adjust the mode with referring
to the Video card user guide because the screen might not display or only the power LED might be on.
For the display modes listed below, the screen image has been optimized during manufacture.
Mode
Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency (kHz)
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
Pixel Clock
Frequency (MHz)
Sync Polarity
(H/V)
VGA
720 x 400
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
31.469
31.469
37.500
43.269
70.087
59.940
75.000
85.008
28.322
25.175
31.500
36.000
-/+
-/-/-/-
SVGA
800 x 600
800 x 600
46.875
53.674
75.000
85.061
49.500
56.250
+/+
+/+
XGA
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
48.363
60.023
68.677
60.004
75.029
84.997
65.000
78.750
94.500
-/+/+
+/+
SXGA
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
63.981
79.976
60.020
75.025
108.000
135.000
+ / -, + / +/+
UXGA
1600 x 1200
75.000
60.000
162.000
+ / -, + / -
WUXGA
1920 x 1200
(SyncMaster240MP)
75.000
60.000
193.156
+ / -, + / -
PowerSaver
This set has a built-in power management system called PowerSaver. This system saves energy by
switching your set into a low-power mode when it has not been used for a certain period of time.
The available modes are “On”, “Standby”, “Sleep”, and “Deep Sleep”. PowerSaver operates with a
VESA DPMS compliant video card installed in your computer. You use a software utility installed on
your computer to set up this feature.
State
Normal Operation
Power-Saving Function mode (EPA/NUTEK)
Horizontal Sync
Active
Inactive
Vertical Sync
Active
Inactive
Power Indicator
Green
Green, Blinking (1 sec interval)
Power Consumption
➣
SyncMaster211MP : 110W (Max.)
SyncMaster241MP: 120W (Max.)
Less than 8W
This set automatically returns to normal operation when horizontal and vertical sync return.
This occurs when you move the computer’s mouse or press a key on the keyboard.
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Teletext Feature
Most television channels provide written information services via
teletext. Information provided includes:
◆ Television programme times
◆ News bulletins and weather forecasts
◆ Sports results
◆ Travel information
This information is divided into numbered pages (see diagram).
Part
Contents
A
Selected page number.
B
Broadcasting channel identity.
C
Current page number or search indications.
D
Date and time.
E
Text.
F
Status information.
FASTEXT information.
➣
Teletext information is often divided between several pages
displayed in sequence, which can be accessed by:
◆ Entering the page number
◆ Selecting a title in a list
◆ Selecting a coloured heading (FASTEXT system)
Power
SOURCE
Displaying the Teletext Information
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
STILL
S.STD
You can display Teletext information at any time on your set.
☛
P
MENU
P
MUTE
For Teletext information to be displayed correctly, channel
reception must be stable; otherwise:
◆ Information may be missing
◆ Some pages may not be displayed
EXIT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
Select the channel providing the Teletext service using the P▼ or P▲
button.
2
Press the TTX/MIX button to activate the teletext mode.
Result:
The contents page is displayed. It can be redisplayed at
any time by pressing the
(index) button.
PRE-CH
-/-0
TTX/MIX
3
If you wish to display the actual broadcast at the same time as the
teletext page, press the TTX/MIX button again.
4
To return to normal viewing, press the CANCEL (
5
Press the TTX/MIX button again to exit from the teletext display.
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
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LOCATE
) button.
Selecting a Page by Number
Power
SOURCE
You can enter the page number directly by pressing the numeric
buttons on the remote control.
1
Enter the three-digit page number given in the content by pressing
the corresponding numeric buttons.
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
STILL
S.STD
P
Power
MENU
Result:
2
The current page counter is incremented and the page is
then displayed.
If the selected page is linked with several secondary pages, the
secondary pages are displayed in sequence. To freeze the display on
a given page, press the HOLD ( ) button. Press the HOLD ( )
button again to resume.
Using the various display options:
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
P
P.STD
MUTE
S.STD
EXIT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PRE-CH
-/-0
MUTE
To display...
Press the...
◆ Both teletext information and
the normal broadcast
TTX/MIX
EXIT
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
(reveal)
◆ The normal screen
(reveal) again
PIP
LOCATE
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
SUBPAGE (
CANCEL
ON
◆ Hidden text
(answers to quiz games, for example)
◆ A secondary page,
by entering its 4-digit number
STILL
V.DOLBY
)
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
◆ The next page
(page up)
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
◆ The previous page
(page down)
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
◆ Double-size letters in the:
• Upper half of the screen
• Lower half of the screen
SIZE ( )
• Once
• Twice
◆ Normal screen
• Three times
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LOCATE
MUTE
EXIT
Using FLOF to Select a Page
PRE-CH
-/--
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
The various topics included in the teletext pages are color-coded, and
can be selected by pressing the colored buttons on the remote control.
1
Display the teletext contents page by pressing the TTX/MIX button.
2
Press the coloured button corresponding to the topic that you wish to
select;the available topics are given on the status line.
ON
P.SIZE
LOCATE
PBP
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
P.STD
Result:
STILL
The page is displayed with other coloured information that
can be selected in the same way.
S.STD
P
3
To display the previous or next page, press the corresponding
coloured button.
4
To display the subpage, see the following steps.
◆ Press the SUBPAGE ( ) button.
Result:
The available subpages appear.
MENU
P
MUTE
◆ Select the required sub-page. Sub-pages can be scrolled by using
the
(P▼) or
(P▲) button.
EXIT
Power
SOURCE
AUTO
DISPLAY
STILL
P.STD
S.STD
-/--
PRE-CH
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
Storing Teletext Pages
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
MUTE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
PIP
ON
EXIT
LOCATE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
You can store up to four teletext pages to display them later at leisure.
1
Result:
➣
PRE-CH
-/-0
TTX/MIX
V.DOLBY
HOLD
DUAL I/II LIST/FLOF
SLEEP
SUBPAGE
P.SIZE
PBP
SIZE
CANCEL
) button.
Four 3-digit numbers are displayed in different colors.
The LIST/FLOF ( ) button is used to switch between the
LIST and FLOF modes.
2
Press the colored button corresponding to the page that will be
replaced.
3
Enter the new page number using the numeric buttons.
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each page to be stored, using a different
colored button each time.
5
Press the
PIP
ON
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Select the LIST mode using the LIST/FLOF (
LOCATE
(store) button until the corresponding blocks blink.
Troubleshooting: Before Contacting Service Personnel
Before contacting Samsung after-sales service, perform the following simple checks.
If you cannot solve the problem using the instructions below, note the model and serial number of your
set and contact your local dealer.
No sound or picture
◆
◆
◆
◆
Normal picture but no sound
◆ Check the volume.
◆ Check whether the MUTE button has been pressed on the remote
control.
No picture or black and white picture
◆ Adjust the color settings.
◆ Check that the broadcast system selected is correct.
Sound and picture interference
◆ Try to identify the electrical appliance that is affecting the set and
move it further away.
◆ Plug your set into a different mains socket.
Blurred or snowy picture,
distorted sound
◆ Check the direction, location and connections of your aerial.
This interference is often due to the use of an indoor aerial.
Remote control malfunctions
◆ Replace the remote control batteries.
◆ Clean the upper edge of the remote control (transmission window).
◆ Check the battery terminals.
“Check Signal Cable” message is
displayed.
◆ Check that the signal cable is firmly connected to the PC or video
sources.
◆ Check that the PC or video sources are turned on.
On PC mode, “Not Supported Mode”
message is displayed.
◆ Check the maximum resolution and the frequency of the video
Adapter.
◆ Compare these values with the data in the Display Modes Timing
Chart.
On PC mode, horizontal or vertical bars
appear to flicker, jitter or shimmer on the
image.
◆ Adjust the Coarse or Fine function.
On PC mode, screen is black and
power indicator light is steady amber
or blinks every 0.5 or 1 seconds
◆ The TV is using its power management system.
◆ Move the computer’s mouse or press a key on the keyboard.
On PC mode, image is not stable and
may appear to vibrate.
◆ Check that the display resolution and frequency from your
computer or video board is an available mode for your set. On your
computer check: Control Panel, Display, Settings.
◆ If the setting is not correct, use your computer utility programme to
change the display settings.
Check that the mains lead has been connected to a wall socket.
Check that you have pressed the Power ( ) button.
Check the picture contrast and brightness settings.
Check the volume.
➣
Your set supports multiscan display functions within the
following frequency domain:
Horizontal frequency: 30 ~ 85 kHz
Vertical frequency: 55 ~ 85 Hz
On PC mode, image is not centered
on the screen.
◆ Adjust the horizontal and vertical position.
You need the Monitor driver software.
◆ Download the driver from WWW pages:
http://www.samsungusa.com/monitor
http://www.samsung-monitor.com
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Technical and Environmental Specifications
Model
SyncMaster211MP
SycnMaster241MP
Panel
Size
Display Size
Type
Pixel Pitch
Viewing Angle
21.3” Diagonal
24.06” Diagonal
432(H) x 324(V) mm
518.4(H) x 324(V) mm
a-si TFT active matrix
0.27 (H) x 0.27 (V) mm
80/80/80/80 (L/R/T/B)
Frequency
Horizontal
Vertical
Display Color
30 ~ 85 kHz
55 ~ 85 Hz
16,777,216 colors
Display Resolution
Maximum Mode
1600 x 1200 @ 60 Hz
Input Signal
Sync.
1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz
H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N.
H/V Composite, TTL, P. or N.
Sync-on-green 0.3 Vp-p, N.
0.7 Vp-p @ 75 ohm
Video Signal
TV/Video
Color System
Sound System
Video Format
PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43
B/G, D/K, I, L, L’
CVBS, S-VHS
Scart
Video Input/Output
RGB Input
Audio Input/Output
1.0 Vp-p @ 75 ohm
0.7 Vp-p @ 75 ohm
500mVrms
Color system
PAL
Power Supply
Input
Output
100 - 240 V (50Hz / 60Hz)
DC 14V/8A
Power Consumption
Maximum
Power Saving
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
Storage Humidity
Audio Characteristics
Audio Input
Audio Input (PC)
Audio Output
Speaker Output
Headphone Output
Frequency
Response
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110 W
120 W
<8W
50 °F to 104 °F (10 °C to 40 °C)
10% to 80%
- 13 °F to 113 °F (-25 °C to 45 °C)
5% to 95%
RCA Jack (L, R), 0.5Vrms (-9dB)
3.5Ø Stereo Jack, 0.5Vrms (-9dB)
RCA Jack (L, R), 0.5Vrms (-9dB)
Max. 5W Output (3.5Ø Stereo Jack, 2)
Max. 10mW Output (3.5Ø Stereo Jack, 32Ω)
RF: 80Hz ~ 15kHz (at- 3dB)
A/V: 80Hz ~ 20kHz (at- 3dB)
Wiring the Mains Power Supply Plug (UK Only)
◆ IMPORTANT NOTICE
The mains lead on this equipment is supplied with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse. The value of the fuse
is indicated on the pin face of the plug and, if it requires replacing, a fuse approved to BSI1362 of the same
rating must be used. Never use the plug with the fuse cover omitted if the cover is detachable.
If a replacement fuse cover is required, it must be of the same color as the pin face of the plug. Replacement
covers are available from your dealer. If the fitted plug is not suitable for the power points in your house or the
cable is not long enough to reach a power point, you should obtain a suitable safety approved extension lead
or consult your dealer for assistance. However, if there is no alternative to cutting off the plug, remove the fuse
and then safely dispose of the plug. Do NOT connect the plug to a mains socket as there is a risk of shock
hazard from the bared flexible cord.
◆ IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are colored in accordance with the following code:
BLUE - NEUTRAL
BROWN - LIVE
As these colors may not correspond to the colored markings identifying the terminals in your plug,
proceed as follows:
The wire colored BLUE must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter N or colored BLUE or
BLACK. The wire colored BROWN must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter L or colored
BROWN or RED.
WARNING:
DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE EARTH TERMINAL, WHICH IS MARKED
WITH THE LETTER E OR BY THE EARTH SYMBOL , OR COLORED GREEN OR GREEN
AND YELLOW.
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EUROPEAN NOTICE
Products with the CE Marking comply with both the EMC Directive
(89/336/EEC), (92/31/EEC), (93/68/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive
(73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following
European Norms:
■
■
■
■
■
EN55022:1998 – Radio Frequency Interference
EN55024:1998 – Electromagnetic Immunity
EN61000-3-2:1995 + A1 + A2 – Power Line Harmonics
EN61000-3-3:1995 – Voltage Fluctuations
EN60950 – Product Safety.
- AFTER SALES SERVICE
- Do not hesitate to contact your retailer or service agent
if a change in the performance of your product
indicates that a faulty condition may be present.
ELECTRONICS
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