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LED Backlight TV
Read the manual carefully and ensure you have fully understood
its contents before operating this device for the first time.
ES-F170122
English
Contents
Declaration ................................................................ 2
Declaration and
Disposal of Used Electrical & Electronic Equipment 3
Important Safety
Warning ..................................................................... 3
Precautions
1-Shortcuts
Instructions
2-Menu
3-Advanced
Features
4-Other
Information
Safeguards................................................................. 4
1.1
Turning your TV on or off ........................................... 6
1.2
Selecting the Input Source ........................................ 6
1.3
Using the Live TV ...................................................... 6
1.4
EPG ........................................................................... 8
1.5
PVR/T.Shift ................................................................ 9
2.1
Using the Menu Function........................................... 10
2.2
Using the Settings Menu ........................................... 11
2.3
Using the Picture Menu ............................................. 11
2.4
Using the Sound Menu .............................................. 13
2.5
Using the Network Menu ........................................... 14
2.6
Using the Channels Menu ......................................... 15
2.7
Using the System Menu ............................................ 16
2.8
Using the About TV Menu ......................................... 18
3.1
Getting familiar with the Home screen ...................... 19
3.2
All Apps ..................................................................... 20
3.3
Media ......................................................................... 21
3.4
Using Anyview Cast to mirror content from your
device to the TV screen ............................................. 22
3.5
Software updates for your TV .................................... 22
4.1
Troubleshooting ......................................................... 23
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Declaration
Declaration
Any content and service accessed through this device, while only intended for individual non-commercial
use, shall be the property of the applicable third party and subject to protection by regulations and laws on
copyright, patent, trademark and other intellectual property rights. No part of such content and service may be
modified, duplicated, published, uploaded, distributed, translated, marketed, or used to make and distribute
products derived from it without the prior permission of the content owner or service provider.
You acknowledge and agree explicitly that you will solely bear the risk associated with the use of this device,
and further you will solely bear any risk related to satisfactory quality, performance and accuracy for any
content and service accessed through this device. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, this
device and any third party’s content and service is provided as it is without any guarantee, express or implied.
Manufacturer hereby declare explicitly that Manufacturer shall not be held liable for any guarantee and
conditions, express or implied, related to this device and any content and service, including but not limited to
warranty on marketability, satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, accuracy, quiet use and nonviolation of any third party’s rights; to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, Manufacturer gives
no guarantee on the accuracy, validity, timeliness, legitimacy and completeness of any content or service
provided through this device, or the fitness of such device, content or service for your particular requirement,
or the protection from interruption and error during operation of such device, content or service; to the
maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in any case, including fault or neglect, Manufacturer shall not be
held liable for legal actions or indemnity obligation arising from any consequence as a result of or related to
any information loaded in this device or use of such device, content or service by you or any third party .
Any content and service provided as it is together with this device shall be the property of the applicable third
party, therefore Manufacturer gives no declaration or warranty on modification, suspension, cancellation,
termination or abortion thereof, and shall not be held liable for legal actions or indemnity obligation arising
thereof.
Manufacturer reserves the rights to restrict the use or access of certain content or service. As the content and
service are transmitted through third party’s network and transmission facilities, Manufacturer undertakes no
customer service thereof or the obligation for such customer service.
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Important Safety Precautions
This symbol alerts user about the presence of a
dangerous voltage not isolated inside the product
which can be sufficiently powerful to constitute a
risk of electrocution.
ATTENTION
RISK OF SHOCK
ELECTRIC
Do not open the back cover.
This symbol alerts user about the presence of
In no case the user is allowed to operate inside the TV set.
important operating instructions and maintenance
Only a qualified technician is entitled to operate.
in the document enclosed in the package.
Disposal of Used Electrical & Electronic Equipment
Packaging and electrical goods should be recycled appropriately, and not treated as household
waste. Please dispose of this equipment at your applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical & electronic equipment waste. By ensuring the correct disposal of this product, you
will help prevent potentially hazardous to the environment and to human health, which could
otherwise be caused by unsuitable waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials
will help conserve natural resources. Please do not therefore dispose of your old electrical and
electronic equipment with your household waste. For more detailed information about recycling
of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the product.
Warning
Never place a television set in an unstable location. A television set may fall, causing serious personal injury
or death. Many injuries, particularly to children, can be avoided by taking simple precautions such as:
Using cabinets or stands recommended by the manufacturer of the television set.
Only using furniture that can safely support the television set.
Ensuring the television set is not overhanging the edge of the supporting furniture.
Not placing the television set on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring
both the furniture and the television set to a suitable support.
Not placing the television set on cloth or other materials that may be located between the television set and
supporting furniture.
Educating children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to reach the television set or its controls.
If your existing television set is being retained and relocated, the same considerations as above should be
applied.
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Important Safety Precautions
Safeguards
Please read the following safeguards for your TV and retain for future reference.
Always follow all warnings and instructions marked on the television.
1. A note about safety and operating instructions
Read and follow all safety and operating instructions, and retain them safely for future reference.
2. Heed Warnings
Adhere to all warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions.
3. Cleaning
Unplug the TV from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid, abrasive, or aerosol cleaners. Cleaners
can permanently damage the cabinet and screen. Use a lightly dampened cloth for cleaning.
4. Wall Bracket
Wall brackets are not supplied with this product. After market brackets may be available to purchase locally.
Please refer to the specification page for dimensions.
5. Water and Moisture
Avoid dripping or splashing of liquids onto the product. Objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should not be
placed on the product.
6. Setting
Do not place this TV on an unstable cart, stand or table. Placing the TV on an unstable base can cause the
TV to fall, resulting in serious personal injuries as well as damage to the TV. Use only a cart, stand, bracket or
table recommended by the manufacturer or salesperson.
7. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the TV and to
protect it from overheating. Do not cover the ventilation openings in the cabinet and never place the set in a
confined space such as built-in cabinet unless proper ventilation is provided. Leave a minimum 10cm gap all
around the unit.
8. Power Source
This TV should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company.
9. Power-Cord Protection
Power- supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed
upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plug, wall outlets, and the point where they exit
from the TV. MAIN plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
10. Lightning
For added protection for this TV during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent
damage to the TV due to lightning or power-line surge.
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Important Safety Precautions
11. Power Lines
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light
or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. Where installing an outside antenna
system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them
might be fatal.
12. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
13. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this TV through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or
short-out parts that could result in fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on or into the TV.
14. Outdoor Antenna Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the TV, be sure the antenna or cable system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges.
15. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this TV yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
16. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug the TV from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
(a) When the power - supply cord or plug is damaged.
(b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the TV.
(c) If the TV has been exposed to rain or water.
(d) If the TV does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that
are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage
and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the TV to its normal operation.
(e) If the TV has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
(f) When the TV exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for service.
17. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by
the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result
in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
18. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repair to the TV, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to
determine that the TV is in safe operating condition.
19. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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Shortcuts Instructions
You can use shortcuts on the remote control for fast operation. Refer to the “ Quick Setup Guide ” for more
information.
1.1 Turning your TV on or off
To turn your TV on or off :
1. Plug the AC power cord into a socket outlet of AC power supply.
2. When the TV is powered on, press the [ ] button on the remote control, to turn TV on or off.
NOTES
When your TV is in standby mode, it is still consuming power. To completely disconnect power, please
remove the mains plug from the mains socket.
If your TV does not receive an input signal for several minutes, it automatically goes into standby mode.
1.2 Selecting the Input Source
Select the Input Source depending on the video device you have connected to your TV.
To select the input source:
1. Turn on your TV, then press the [INPUT] button on the remote, the list of Source appears.
2. Press the [ /
/ < / >] buttons to select the input source.
3. Press the [OK] button to confirm your selection.
1.3 Using the Live TV
To view broadcast programs, press the [Live TV] button on your remote.
Channel search guide
When switching to Live TV, the TV detects the presence of the channel list information (Channel scan must
have been completed). If the scan has not yet been completed, a prompt will appear to begin scanning for
channels. Press the Begin scanning button to enter the channel search interface.
Launch Live TV
After channel tuning is done for the first time, the screen will display Live TV operating tips.
[OK] load channel list.
[Up] load info bar.
[Down] load PVR/T.Shift.
[Back] jump to previous channel.
Viewing channel information
As you use the [CH+ / CH-] button on your remote to scroll through channels, an information banner appears
on the top of the screen.
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Shortcuts Instructions
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2
3
Cable
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California’s Golden Parks
7:00PM
7:00 PM Mon. 31 Dec.
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Subtitle DTV 16:9 1080i
2/4 Original Audio Stereo
mpeg
7:30PM
7:30PM-8:00PM California’s Gold
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More Info
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The information banner displays the following information:
1 Channel number
2 Lock status
3 Input
4 Program name
5 Show identification
6 Channel name
7 Current date and time
8 Prompt
9 Beginning and end time of the next program
10 Start/Stop time progress bar of the current program
11 More info
If you are watching a particular channel, you can also press the up arrow button of your remote to view
channel information.
Viewing a channel list
After you have done an automatic channel scan (if you’re using an antenna) or receiving your channels
through a cable provider, you can view your list of channels by pressing [OK] on your remote. You will see the
channel list display on the right side of the screen.
Creating a Favorites List
To quickly access your most-watched channels, you can create a Favorites List.
To create your Favorites List:
1. Press the [ ] button on your remote.
2. Press the [v] button to select Settings, and then press [OK] button to enter the Settings menu.
3. Select Channels > Channel Edit > FAV > Edit > Add channels.
4. Using the [ / v] buttons of your remote, select a channel and press [OK] button.
A heart-shaped indicator will appear beside the channel as confirmation that it has been successfully added.
v
Viewing your Favorite list
To view channels that you’ve added to your Favorites List, press [OK] on your remote to call out the channel
list.
The channel list appears on the right side of the screen and heart-shaped icons are shown next to the
channels that make up your Favorites List.
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Shortcuts Instructions
1.4 EPG
It provides convenience to check TV programs that will be available in the next 7 days. The information displayed by
the EPG is made available by the commercial television networks for digital channels only. The EPG also provides
a simple way to program the recording of your favorite programs and a reminder function which can switch channel
automatically at scheduled time so that you do not miss programs of interest. (The availability and amount of
programme information will vary, depending on the particular broadcaster).
Press the [EPG] button on the remote control to display channel information on program guide list.
Watch
When a current program is selected, press the [OK] button to watch it in full screen
mode.
Press the [ / ] buttons to select the channels, press the [<
/ >] buttons to select program based on the time schedule.
Press the [OK] button to select PVR or Reminder.
Press the [ /
options.
PVR/Reminder
101 Rbb Berlin
Social Service
13:00-14:00 26 Oct.
Type:
/ < / >] buttons to change and set different
PVR
Reminder
· Select and set Start time/Stop time:
Press the [< / >] buttons to move to the position you want to set, press the [OK]
button, and then press the [0~9] buttons to input the desired numbers. (Selecting and
setting Stop time is only available for PVR)
· Repeat: You can select from Once, Daily and Weekly.
NOTES
Reminder is only available for programmes that haven’t been aired yet.
A storage device must be attached to the television for recording purposes.
The TV will record the program even in standby mode.
Page Up/Down
Press the [CH+/CH-] buttons to move programme listing page up/down.
Program
details
Press the [INFO] button to display detailed information of the selected program.
Schedule
Press the [RED] button to view a list of scheduled reminders and recordings.
24-
Press the [YELLOW] button to select the yesterday programmes.
24+
Press the [BLUE] button to select the next day programmes.
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Shortcuts Instructions
1.5 PVR/T.Shift
PVR
The PVR enables the user to easily record the digital television content for later viewing. The function is to be
used in DTV source only. The format of storage disk is recommended to be FAT32 or NTFS. This option does
not commerce if the data storage device has not been connected.
There are two options for recording, the first option is to use Electronic Program Guide (EPG), the second
option is to press the [ ] button to select PVR or T.Shift.
Press the [ ] / [■] button to display the recording progress bar when there is no progress bar appeared, press
the [■] / [RED] button to stop record, a *.PVR file will be saved. The files can be played back in Media.
T.Shift
This option allows the user to watch a live broadcast (DTV only) with a delay. Since the function record the
program temporarily onto a hard disk only. Please connect a hard disk and the storage capacity should be no
less than 1G. Otherwise the recording will not commence.
Press the [ ] button on the remote to display the menu, press the [II] button to pause the live broadcast and
press the [►] button to play. Press the [ ] button to watch reverse and press the [ ] button to watch fast
forward. Press the [■] / [RED] button to exit the function and watch the current broadcast.
NOTES
When connecting a hard disk, always connect the mains adapter of the connected device to the power
supply.
If a USB 1.1 or USB2.0 device requires more than 500mA or 5V, the USB device may not be supported.
Max supported current for USB 3.0 device is 1A. Exceeding the max supported current may result in
damage or data loss.
The maximum supported storage space of the hard disk is 2T.
If you want to store the video streaming of a DTV program, the transfer rate of the USB storage device
should be no less than 5MB/s.
The PVR and T.Shift functions doesn’t support analogue channels.
The PVR function is disabled for scrambled channels (CI module or password needed).
The T.Shift function is disabled for channels locked with Channel Lock or scrambled channels (CI module
or password needed).
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Menu
2.1 Using the Menu Function
To quickly access menu function, press the [
] button on your remote.
Audio Language
Select a desired language from the list. (Only available for DTV channels)
Subtitle
Select desired subtitles from the list if the selected channel supports multi-language subtitles. (Only available
for DTV channels)
Picture Mode
Select the optimal picture mode for your TV viewing conditions. There are six types of picture modes available:
Standard, Natural, Cinema, PC/Game, Dynamic, Football.
Sound Mode
Select a preset sound mode to suit the type of content you are listening to: Standard, Theatre, Music, Speech
and Late Night.
Audio Only
When you select this option, the screen will not display the picture. You can only listen the audio. Press any
button except the [ ] button to restore operation.
Teletext
Display the teletext mode. (Only available for ATV channels)
NOTE
This function is only visible when the selected channel has the corresponding information.
Settings
The Settings Menu consists of the following settings: Picture, Sound, Network, Channels, System and About
TV.
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Menu
2.2 Using the Settings Menu
1. Press the [ ] button on your remote, press the [v] button on the remote to select Settings, and then press
the [OK] button to enter the Settings menu.
The Settings Menu consists of the following settings:
• Picture
• Sound
• Network
• Channels
• System
• About TV
2. In each menu, you can:
Press the [ / ] buttons to select an item,
Press the [OK] buttons to enter the sub-menu or to set on or off,
Press the [< / >] buttons to adjust the value,
Press the [BACK] button to return to the previous menu.
3. Press the [EXIT] button to exit the menu.
NOTE
The menus in the user manual may vary slightly from the actual screen.
2.3 Using the Picture Menu
The picture setting allows the user to optimize the
output picture quality of the TV.
Picture Mode: Standard
Apply Picture Settings
Picture
Select a preset picture mode to
best suit the content you’re
viewing.
• Contrast
• Brightness
• Colour Saturation
• Backlight
Advanced Picture Settings
Aspect Ratio
Restore Default Picture Settings
Picture Mode
Select a preset picture mode to best suit the content you’re viewing.
Apply Picture
Settings
Adjust current picture mode to apply to all source or just current source.
Contrast
Adjust the Contrast level to increase or decrease the brightness of images.
Brightness
Adjust the Brightness level to generate lighter or darker images.
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< Current Source >
Menu
Colour
Saturation
Adjust the colour intensity of the picture for a more vibrant image.
Backlight
The Backlight option can set the overall brightness of the screen.
Adjust advanced picture settings based on your viewing preference.
• Overscan: Change the video size settings to slightly crop the edges of the
displayed image.
• Sharpness: Adjust how sharp or soft edges of images appear.
• Adaptive Contrast: Automatically darken dark areas and lighten light areas of
images to see more details.
• Colour Temperature: Adjust how warm(red) or cool(blue) the white areas of an
image appears.
• Ultra Smooth Motion: Reduce seeing afterimages that are left on the screen
when viewing fast-moving objects.
· Judder Reduction: To enhance picture smooth, please try to reduce picture
judder, but it may cause picture blur.
· Blur Reduction: To avoid loosing picture details, try reducing the screen blur. This
may however, cause screen judder.
NOTE
Advanced
Picture Settings
Some models don’t support this function. For Motion Smooth, the input video’s
frame rate played by player need to be in accordance with the frame rate of the
video itself.
• Dynamic Backlight Control: Adjust how bright images appear automatically.
NOTE: Some models don’t support this function.
• Local Dimming: Adjust the backlight by sections according to the changes in
image and increase the contrast.
NOTE: Some models don’t support this function.
• Noise Reduction: Improve how clear the picture appears by reducing noise.
• Expert Settings:
· Colour Tuner: Adjust the Hue, Saturation and Brightness of colour settings.
· White Balance: Select 2 Point or 10 Point and adjust the appropriate options to
view the true colours of all images in the picture.
· Black Level: Adjust the HDMI signal range to be more suitable for the content.
· Gamma Adjustment: Adjust the Gamma to choose how the TV will respond to the
content grayscale. In a dark room choose a Higher number like 2.4. In a brighter
area select a Lower number like 2.0. In general, 2.2 is normally recommended.
NOTE: Some models don’t support this function.
· RGB Only Mode: View images based on default settings or choose the colour
red, blue or green.
Aspect Ratio
Restore Default
Picture Settings
Adjust the Aspect Ratio to stretch or zoom in on your picture. You can choose from
the following settings: Automatic, 16:9, 4:3, Panoramic, Movie Zoom, Direct.
Restore all the picture settings in the current picture mode to the factory default
values.
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Menu
2.4 Using the Sound Menu
The sound setting allows the user to optimize the
output audio sounds of the TV.
Sound Mode: Standard
Apply Sound Mode
< Normal Mode >
Sound
Select a preset sound mode to suit
the type of content you are
listening to.
< Current Source >
Speakers
Advanced Audio Settings
Restore Default Audio Settings
Sound Mode
Select a preset sound mode to suit the type of content you are listening to.
Apply Sound
Mode
Adjust current sound mode to apply to all source or just current source.
Total Sonics
Optimizes overall sound quality by increasing bass, making dialog clear and natural,
and widening the sound field.
Total Volume
Maintains consistent loudness levels from wide dynamic range programs, too-loud
commercials, and channel or input changes.
Total Surround
Provides surround sound experience with psycho-acoustic processing to place
sounds beside, behind, and above the viewer. For best results use with Total Sonics.
• Speakers: Select the speakers which you want to use.
• Headphone Mode: Change the way audio is sent through the type of device that’s
connected to your TV Audio Out port.
Speakers
• Digital Audio Out: Select the digital audio output format that best suits the audio
device type. For example, choose RAW (which is uncompressed audio in RAW
form) if you have 5.1 Channel Surround Sound Speaker set up. Choose PCM if
you have an amplifier that does not support Dolby Digital technology.
• Digital Audio Delay: Adjust the digital audio output delay time to sync sound from
an external speaker with the images on the TV.
• Lip Sync: Synchronize the displayed image with the audio output.
Tune the audio settings and quality of the TV.
Advanced Audio
Settings
• Balance: Adjust the left and right speaker strength to optimize audio for a specific
location.
• Equalizer: Boost the volume at different frequencies.
• Audio Type: Select the audio type of programs.
Restore Default
Audio Settings
Restore all of the audio settings in current audio mode to the factory default values.
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Menu
2.5 Using the Network Menu
Network Configuration: Connected
Connection Test
Network Information
Network
Wake on Wireless Network
Set up the network to gain full
access of Smart TV features.
Wake on LAN
Set up the network to gain full access of Smart TV features.
• Connection Type: Ethernet
Choose a wired network connection to access the Internet.
IP Setting: Configure the IP setting for your network connection.
Network
Configuration
• Connection Type: Wireless
Choose a wireless network connection to access the Internet.
Advanced Settings: Configure the advanced wireless network settings for the TV.
Refresh: Refresh wireless network.
Add: You can add wireless network.
• Connection Type: Off
Turn off the Internet connection.
Connection
Test
Start a network connection test.
Network
Information
View information about your network connection.
Wake on
Wireless
Network
Using a wireless connection, turn on your TV with a screen-cast feature inside an app.
Wake on LAN
Using an Ethernet connection, turn on your TV with a screen-cast feature inside an app.
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Menu
2.6 Using the Channels Menu
Tuner Mode
<
Cable
>
Auto Scan
Channels
DTV Manual Scan
ATV Manual Scan
Select if you receive TV channels
over the air (antenna) or through a
cable set top box as the input will
be used during a channel scan.
ATV Fine Tuning
Channel Edit
Channel list auto - update
Tuner Mode
Select if you receive TV channels over the air (antenna) or through a cable set top box
as the input will be used during a channel scan.
Auto Scan
Automatically scan for channels to view programmes from your TV source.
DTV Manual
Scan
Manually scan for DTV channels to view programmes from your TV source.
ATV Manual
Scan
Manually scan for ATV channels to view programmes from your TV source.
ATV Fine
Tuning
Fine tuning current channel to improve the programme picture.
Channel Edit
Manually edit the channel list order to your preference.
Channel list
auto-update
Allow your TV auto-update the channel list from the content provider.
Turn On Parental Controls to block children from being able to view certain programs.
You can do this by creating a 4-digit password.
• Locks: Turn the Lock system On or Off.
• Block Time: Block certain channels and programs during certain periods of time.
Parental
Controls
• Channel Block: Block programs by channels when you activate the parental
controls settings.
• Program Block: Block certain programs when you activate the parental controls
settings.
• Input Block : Block content from devices that are connected to certain TV ports.
• Restore Parental Control Defaults: Restore Parental Control back to the factory
default setting.
•Common Interface: View the CI card information.
NOTE:
CI Card is not supported in all regions so this option may not be available.
CAM Settings
• CI and PIN: Set the CI CAM pin.
NOTE
CI Card is not supported in all regions so this option may not be available.
• CAM Profile Search: Operator profile search.
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Menu
2.7 Using the System Menu
Location: Australia
System PIN
Time
System
Timer Settings
Choose the location from
where you will watch your TV.
Language
Application Settings
HDMI & CEC Function
Location
Choose the location from where you will watch your TV.
Change your PIN that you use to access Parental Controls.
System PIN
NOTE
If you forget your password, call the Consumer Electronics Care Center.
Set the current time based on your location.
• Time Mode: Select the time mode Manual or Auto.
Time
• Time Zone: Select your location time zone.
• Daylight Savings: Select whether to apply Daylight Savings Time to the TV.
• Date/Time: Set the Date and Time.
• Time Format: Set the time to display in a 12 or 24-hour format.
Adjust the timer settings to suit your preference.
Timer settings
• Sleep Timer: Set the sleep timer to automatically turn the TV Off within a specified
time.
• Power On Timer: Enable the Power On Timer to Off, Once or Weekly.
• Power Off Timer: Enable the Power Off Timer to Off, Once or Weekly.
• Menu Timeout: Set the amount of time that you’d like for the menu to display.
Language
Adjust the default language settings for the TV.
Application
Settings
Set settings for apps on your TV.
Configure how to control CEC-enabled devices with your TV remote.
HDMI & CEC
Function
• CEC Control: Allow HDMI devices to control each other.
• Device Auto Power Off: Automatically turn off HDMI CEC devices when the TV is
turned off.
• TV Auto Power On: Allow the TV to turn On with CEC-enabled devices.
• CEC Device Lists: View a list of all CEC-enabled devices.
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NOTES
HDMI cables must be used to connect HDMI CEC-compatible devices to your TV.
The HDMI CEC feature of the connected device must be turned on.
HDMI & CEC
Function
If you connect an HDMI device that is not HDMI CEC-compatible, all the HDMI-CEC
control features do not work.
Depending on the connected HDMI device, the HDMI-CEC Control feature may not work.
• HDMI 2.0 Format: Match the connected device output format. Select Enhanced for
devices of 4K, 60Hz, 4:4:4:4:2:2 or 4:2:0, 10 bit and above.
Access the Advanced Settings menu.
• PVR & T.Shift Setting: Initialize the external USB disk to support PVR and TimeShift. (Since the function record temporary the program onto a hard disk only.)
• Indicator Light Setting: Set the Power Indicator light to stay On or Off when
watching TV.
Advanced
Settings
NOTE: Some models don’t support this function.
• Input Labels: Edit the input labels.
• HbbTV: Disable or enable HbbTV feature for current channel.
• Notifications: Allow pop-up notifications to appear for useful information and
events that occur with your TV.
• Setup Wizard: Use the Setup Wizard for instructions to help you set up your TV.
• Store Mode: Set the TV to use in Home or Store Mode.
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Menu
2.8 Using the About TV Menu
System Info
TV Name
Disclaimer
About TV
System Upgrade
View System information.
System Info
TV Name
Disclaimer
Restore To Factory Default
View system information.
Choose a name for your TV.
The name will be shown to devices that are available for sharing data.
Click to read the Disclaimer details.
System Upgrade
Set your TV to receive the latest firmware.
Restore To
Factory Default
Restore your TV back to the factory default.
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Advanced Features
3.1
Getting familiar with the Home screen
The simple design of the Home screen menu makes it easy to navigate. It serves as the central location to
access Notifications, All Apps, LiveTV, All Inputs, Media, Settings and Edit on the back of the TV that
you’ve connected external devices to.
To access the Home screen, press the [
make your selection.
] button on your remote control and use the arrows on the D-pad to
Indicators and Icons on the top of the Home screen
You can always view the current time at the top left corner of the Home screen.
If your TV is connected to the Internet through a wireless connection, then an icon
will display at the top
right corner of the screen. This location makes it very convenient for you to determine if you still have Internet
connectivity when you use the TV.
Names of sections that appear on the Home screen
The Home screen displays the following section names:
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Notifications
All Apps
LiveTV
All Inputs
Media
Settings
Edit
Notifications
If your TV is connected to an external device, the screen will be prompted.
Edit
By operating this option, you can edit the home page, add a title, add an input, add an app and add a channel.
Using the [ / v] buttons of your remote to change or remove it, also you can select reset to return your
operation.
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Advanced Features
3.2
All Apps
Numerous factory-installed apps are available for you to choose from for your entertainment preferences.
Installing an App
Even though your TV has numerous factory-installed apps, there may be others that you’d like to download.
To install an app:
1. From the Apps screen, click on the Opera TV Store icon.
2. Navigate to the SEARCH tab at the top of the screen.
3. Begin typing the name of the app. As you begin typing the first two to three letters the Opera Store
suggests words to quicken your search time.
4. Use the navigation buttons of your remote to select the app.
A page displays that shows a written description of the app.
5. Click on OPEN or ADD TO FAVORITES.
Removing an App
You can only delete apps that you’ve downloaded to the TV. Factory-installed apps can not be deleted.
To delete an app:
1. From the Apps screen, click on the Delete icon.
2. Use the navigation buttons on your remote to select the app that you want to remove.
3. Press the [OK] button on your remote. A dialog message displays that asks if you’re sure you want to
remove the app.
4. Click on Delete. A confirmation message displays and the icon is removed from the Apps list screen.
NOTE: If an app is deleted, the information related to that app is also removed.
Moving App Icons around
Apps can not be moved around on the screen.
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Advanced Features
3.3
Media
Media is a central location for you to upload and view or listen to different types of content (for example, your
photos, music and movies) through the following methods:
• A USB thumb drive or hard drive
• Compatible mobile phone, tablet or other personal devices: You can stream movies, pictures and photos
that are stored on Compatible personal device and play or view the content on your TV.
Panels that appear on the Media screen
The Media screen displays five panels: Seach, All, Picture, Video, Music.
File formats that may be supported
NOTE: Due to differences in programming tools and other factors, some of the file formats that are listed
may or may not be supported.
Medium
File Format
Video
AVI, MP4, MKV
Picture
JPG, BMP, PNG, GIF
Music
MP3
Browsing Content
To browse through content based on the type that you wish to access:
1. Navigate to the appropriate menu tab on far-right top the screen and select All, Picture, Video or Music.
The library of items displays on the screen.
2. Press the [ / v / < / >] buttons to select the name of the folder that contains your content.
3. Press the [OK] button to enter/play the folder/content.
If you want to close out of the Media center, then press the [EXIT] button on your remote.
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Viewing Pictures
When viewing the picture.
• Play/pause: Press the [OK] button on the remote to start the automatic slideshow; re-press [OK] to stop the
slideshow.
• Browse the previous/next picture: Press the [<] / [>] button on the remote directly.
• For more functions you can press the [ ] button on the remote to access the setting menu.
Playing Videos
When playing the video.
• Play/pause: Press the [OK] button to play/pause video.
• Fast forward/Fast rewind: Press the [<] / [>] button to select different video forward/rewind speeds. Long
press the [<] / [>] button to faster forward/rewind speeds.
• For more functions you can press the [ ] button to access the setting menu.
Playing Music
When playing the music.
• Play/pause: Press the [OK] button to play/pause music.
• Play the previous/next music: Press the [<] / [>] button to play.
• For more functions you can press the [ ] button on the remote to access the setting menu.
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Advanced Features
3.4
Using Anyview Cast to mirror content from your device to the TV screen
The Anyview Cast is an app that enables you to share (or cast) a video, audio or image from your Androidbased device to the TV.
From your tablet or phone
To mirror content from your tablet to the TV:
1. Press the [ ] button on your remote, press the [v] button on the remote to select Settings, press the [OK]
button to enter the Settings menu. Go to Network > Network Configuration and select Wireless.
2. Press the [INPUT] button on your remote and select the Anyview Cast.
3. Turn on the wireless display function on your Android-based device.
NOTE: Some Android-based devices may not support casting.
4. Find your TV in the list of devices that displays and select it.
5. Wait for the ‘Creating Connection’ progress bar to complete on the TV screen and the video or image will
display in a moment.
3.5 Software updates for your TV
The software (also referred to as firmware) is part of what powers your TV. We will provide software updates to
continuously enhance your TV and correct any issues that may impact your user experience; therefore, we
recommend that you keep your TV connected to the Internet to receive updates when they are available.
You can choose to receive updates manually or check for software updates and install them manually.
Checking for the latest firmware / OAD
To manually check for the latest firmware:
1. Press the [ ] button on the remote, press the [v] button to select Settings, and then press the [OK]
button to enter the Settings menu.
2. Go to About TV > System Upgrade > Check Firmware Upgrade / Check OAD Upgrade.
NOTE
This function is only applicable in certain countries.
What is FreeviewPlus?
FreeviewPlus is a new television service delivered via broadband providing a state of the art Electronic
Program Guide (EPG) and seamless access to catch-up TV across the free-to-air networks with the simple
press of a button.
How does it work?
First ensure the TV is connected to internet and an antenna system. Then when you’re watching TV, you’ll
briefly see a prompt at the top left of the screen. Press the ‘Green’ button on your remote to launch Freeview
Plus. More information about FreeviewPlus can be found on http://www.freeview.com.au/
NOTE
FreeviewPlus service only available in Australia territories.
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Other Information
4.1 Troubleshooting
If the TV does not operate as usual or appears to be faulty please read carefully this section. Many
operational issues can be resolved by users.
It is also advisable to unplug the TV form the AC socket on the wall for 60 seconds or more, then reconnect
and start again. This simple procedure helps in restoring stable conditions for electric circuits and firmware of
the unit.
Please contact Manufacturer Customer Care if the problem is unresolved or you have other concerns.
SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
No sound or picture.
Check if the power cord is plugged into a powered AC outlet.
Check to see if LED light is red. If illuminated, power to TV is OK.
I have connected an external
source to my TV and I get no
picture and/or sound.
Check for the correct output connection on the external source and
for the correct input connection on the TV.
Make sure you have made the correct selection for the input mode
for the incoming signal.
When I turn on my television,
there is a few second delay
before the picture appears. Is
this normal?
Yes, this is normal. That is the TV searching for previous setting
information and initializing the TV.
Picture is normal, but no sound.
Check the volume settings.
Check if Mute mode is set “on”.
Sound but no picture or black
and white picture.
If black and white picture first unplug TV from AC outlet and replug after 60 seconds.
Check that the Color is set to 50 or higher.
Try different TV channels.
Sound and picture distorted or
appear wavy.
An electrical appliance may be affecting TV set. Turn off any
appliances, if interference goes away, move appliance farther
away from TV.
Insert the power plug of the TV set into another power outlet.
Sound and picture is blurry or
cuts out momentarily.
If using an external antenna, check the direction, position and
connection of the antenna.
Adjust the direction of your antenna or reset or fine tune the
channel.
Horizontal/vertical stripe on
picture or picture is shaking.
Check if there is interfering source nearby, such as appliance or
electric tool.
The plastic cabinet makes a
“clicking” type of sound.
"Click" sound can be caused when the temperature of the television
changes. This change causes the television cabinet to expand or
contract, which makes the sound. This is normal and the TV is OK.
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Other Information
Remote control does not work.
Smart Television with wireless
network capability Wi-Fi fail to
join a local network.
Confirm that TV still has power and is operational.
Change the batteries in the remote control.
Check if the batteries are correctly installed.
Configure the local wireless router or access point for WPA-PSK
security before attempting to connect the TV to the Wi-Fi network.
Follow instruction in the User Manual of the television to setup a
wireless connection
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